Gurdwara Majnu-ka-Tilla is situated on the right bank of river Yamuna , opposite Timarpur Colony beyond the Khyber Pass section of Delhi, India. This is the historical well where #babaramrai sat and he didn't fall. 72 Miracles By Baba Ram Rai is about miracles and tricks performed by Baba Ram Rai . He attained Sidhis in very early age with the grace of god and birth in house of so Powerful Gurus. He was also very knowledgable and intellectcual too. But he performed miracles and was getting proudy. In proud he even changed guru nanak's word due to which he was thrown out of community.
When Guru Har Rai Ji was called to Delhi by Aurangjeb, Guru Sahib send Baba Ram Rai to delhi. He lived with Aurangzeb in Delhi. Aurangzeb tried to kill Baba Ram Rai various times but Baba Ji perform miracle to get safe. But Baba Ram Rai ji in proud showed miracles to Aurangzeb like some Magician without any aim or without need. If we check history of sikh gurus gurus only performed some miracle when there was great need of that. If they have to save someone, if they have to bring someone to right path. But Baba Ram Rai ji showed miracles and moreover he Changed Gurbani. Baba Atal Rai, younger son of Har Gobind ji, once performed miracle(making dead alive) and when he saw his sad face of father on performing so he left his heavnly abode. Aurangzeb and Baba Ram Rai became good friends but was rejected by gurus due to his wrong actions. He then went to dehradoon. #sikhhistory#aurangzeb#72miracles#guruharraisahibji#majnukatilla#majnukatila
The Malik-i-Maidan (Master of the Battlefield), also called Burj-E-Sherz, was erected by Ibrahim Adil Shah II. It was named after the Battle of Talikota of 1565 in which the Vijayangar empire was routed. It is now located in the fort on its western ramparts between two bastions. It has a large cannon, 4.45 metres (14.6 ft) long and 1.5 metres (4.9 ft) in diameter with a 700 millimetres (28 in) bore. The cannon weighs 55 tonnes and is considered one of the largest medieval guns made.The unusual feature of the gun is that its muzzle is shaped in the form of a lion head with carved open jaws as if devouring an elephant (depicted between the jaws). The gun is cool when touched even during hot summer season and when tapped gives soft resonating sound. It is said that touching it brings good luck. From the inscriptions on the gun position, it is deduced that the gun was cast in 1549 at Ahmadnagar from bell metal by Muhammad Bin Husain Rumi. Another inscription records that Aurangzeb conquered Bijapur in 1685-86. It is also said that the large weight of the canon discouraged the British from carrying it as a trophy to England.
Here I come back with another Get up.. & this time it's Afzal Khan, who fought against Shivaji Maharaj. No doubt he was defeated but when it comes to Getting into his skin, for me it was way more difficult than Shivaji or any other characters that I've ever played.
As Afzal Khan was a powerful man of Afghan descent and was an experienced warrior. He was much taller and stronger than Shivaji.
Afzal Khan was known for his physical strength. During his campaign against Shivaji, one of his cannons fell into a narrow ditch near Wai. Eight of his soldiers could not get it out. It is said that Afzal Khan got the cannon out single-handed 😲. Another instance of Afzal Khan's strength is when he held Shivaji's head in his grip while trying to stab him. Shivaji almost lost consciousness because of the power of the grip.. Anyways it was my first attempt to any negative role.. but it was crazy fun...