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Did you know that in 1864, the British tried to ship the Elephanta’s elephant sculpture to the UK, but fate had other plans?
Surrounded by the high Aravallis, the city of Ajmer gets its name from Ajay Meru, roughly translated to ‘invincible hills. Join us on a journey through this city, which is also home to the most famous Sufi shrine in India.
Spotlight on Pichhwais brought to you by @PeepulTree Pichhwais are devotional paintings that narrate and celebrate tales from the life of Lord Krishna and this art originated in the temple town of Nathdwara in Rajasthan. Know more here-
What does the 11th-century bronze sculpture of the Lord of Dance signify?
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