Once owned by local chieftains, then seized by the Delhi Sultanate, tamed by the Mughals, and controlled by the Rohilla Pashtun tribes before its passage to the British, the story of Bareilly has many dramatic twists and turns. Let’s trace its history through the monuments that have survived
The 10th-century Kandhar Fort in Nanded, Maharashtra, was originally built by the Rashtrakutas, and occupied by a succession of kings and sultans down to the 19th century. Catch the intriguing story of this fort and its link to a pivotal chapter in the Mahabharata.
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