Pictures: This Week In History (10 April – 16 April)

In this ‘History Series’, we are revisiting Indian and world history every week for key events that shaped the world. This educational series reaffirms our position as a responsible and purposeful media.

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This Week In History: Teekhi Mirchi brings to you a flashback of key historical events that shaped the history of India and beyond. A collage of rare photos that is reminder of India’s rich past full of struggle and dominance.

 1. Taal Se Taal Mila (1963)

Ustad Zakir Hussain is seen in this picture performing at UNESCO cultural even in Geneva (1963).

Rare picture of Ustad Zakir Husain performing at UNESCO cultural event in Geneva (1963).
Ustad Zakir Husain performing at UNESCO cultural event in Geneva (1963).

2. WAKA WAKA! (2010)

Indian actor Anupam Kher and pop singer Shakira at the launch ceremony of her hit number ‘Waka Waka…’ (2010). Anupam later became Deputy PM of India in 2016.

Indian actor Anupam Kher and pop singer Shakira at the launch ceremony of her hit number 'Waka Waka...' (2010)
Indian actor Anupam Kher and pop singer Shakira.

3. Doodh Ka Karzzzzzz! (1599 AD)

Rare photo of Jodha Bai trying to convince Salim to breakup with Anarkali and marry a fair, beautiful, Sanskari girl of the same community who’s expert in cooking, ‘Silayee-Kadhayee-Bunayee’ and household chores. (1599 AD).

Rare photo of Jodha Bai trying to convince Salim to breakup with Anarkali and marry a fair, beautiful, Sanskari girl of the same community
Rare photo of Jodha Bai trying to convince Salim to breakup with Anarkali.

4. Ghar Waapsi (2015)

Yogi Adityanath, officially appointed for Ghar Wapsi program of right wing groups is seen purifying a young (now) Hindu man during his Ghar-Wapsi Sanskaar.

Yogi Adityanaath purifying a young hindu man during his Gharwapsi sanskaar.
Yogi Adityanaath purifying a young hindu man during his Gharwapsi sanskaar.

5. Shanti Shanti (1901)

Rare photo of young Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore speaking to inmates of Shantiniketan upon his arrival. (1901).

Rare photo of young Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore speaking to inmates of Shantiniketan upon his arrival. (1901)
Rare photo of young Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore speaking to inmates of Shantiniketan upon his arrival. (1901)

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