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Charminar,1591 AD

Charminar
Religion
AffiliationIslam
Districtcharminar
Year consecrated1591
(1591; 430 years ago)
Location
LocationHyderabad, Telangana, India
17°21′42″N78°28′29″E / 17.36163°N 78.47467°ECoordinates: 17°21′42″N78°28′29″E / 17.36163°N 78.47467°E
StateTelangana
Architecture
Architect(s)Mir Momin Astarawadi[1][2]
Architectural styleIndo-Islamic architecture
FounderMuhammad Quli Qutb Shah
Specifications
Minaret(s)4
Minaret height48.7 metres (160 ft)
Materialsgranite, limestone, mortar and pulverized marble
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The Charminar is a monument and mosque in Hyderabad, India. The structure was built in 1591 AD. It is the most famous building of Hyderabad and also one of the most famous buildings in India.[3] It was built by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shahi to celebrate the end of a deadly plague.[4] The Charminar lies near the bank of the river Musi. It is close to Laad Bazaar and Makkah Masjid.[4] Charminar is taken from two words Char and Minar which translate as Four Towers in English.[4]

Some people write Charminar was the first structure to be constructed in the newly built city of Hyderabad.[5] It is said that Quli Qutab Shahi prayed for the end of the plague and vowed to build a mosque if it was eradicated.[6] Mir Momin Astarabadi, the prime minister of Qutb Shah played an important role in the design and layout of Charminar and the city of Hyderabad.[7] The structure is of Indo-Islamic architecture with some Persian elements. name='Lauren&Jaffrelot'>Gayer, Lauren; Lynton, Christophe Jaffrelot (2011). Muslims in Indian cities: trajectories of marginalisation. Columbia University Press. ISBN978-0-231-80085-3. Retrieved 27 March 2013.</ref>

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  1. Khan, Asif Yar (18 June 2013). 'Here sleeps the earliest urban planner'. The Hindu.
  2. http://www.thehansindia.com/posts/index/Hyderabad-Tab/2016-04-05/Remembering-the-man-behind-Charminars-architecture/218943
  3. 'Richard Goslan travels to India - Herald Scotland'. Retrieved 27 March 2013.
  4. 4.04.14.2Charminar: Hyderabad, Britannica Compton's Encyclopedia
  5. 'The Qutb Shahi monuments of Hyderabad-Golconda Fort, Qutb Shachi Tombs, Charminar'. UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Retrieved 27 March 2013.
  6. 'India: Charminar is in fact a madrasa and masjid'. IRIB World Service. Retrieved 27 March 2013.
  7. Sardar (2007). Golconda through time: A mirror of the evolving Deccan (Thesis). New York University. ISBNUMI Number:3269810.
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Baldr's death

Baldr (also Balder, Baldur or Baldor) is the god of light and radiance, peace and forgiveness in Norse mythology. A member of the Æsir, he is the son of Odin and Frigg, and twin brother to the blind god of darkness, Höðr. His wife is called Nanna, with whom he had a son named Forseti, god of justice. Prior to his death, Baldr possessed a ship called Hringhorni, said to be the largest ship ever built. His hall is called Breidablik. Based on the Merseburg charms, his Germanic name may have been Phol.

Baldr once had a nightmare that he would be killed. His mother, Frigg, made all the things across the Nine Realms vow not to hurt him. The mistletoe did not vow, however, as Frigg considered it to be so unimportant that she thought nothing of it. Loki found out that the mistletoe had not vowed, and thus made a spear out of the dreaded plant, and tricked Höðr into throwing it at Baldr. Beings from all across the Nine Realms will come to attend his funeral, and Baldr's wife Nanna soon dies of grief. Loki is soon caught and sentenced to punishment; he is bound by the entrails of one of his sons, to face torture as the venom of a massive serpent drips from its fangs onto Loki's eyes. This causes him unimaginable pain, writhing in agony. (The goddess Skaði is responsible for placing the serpent above him). His wife Sigyn is stationed nearby, collecting the drips of venom into a bowl. When the bowl is full, she leaves to empty it, and when she does, the venom drips onto the trickster and gradually eats away at his flesh. Loki's escape from this predicament is the catalyst of Ragnarök, as upon his being freed, he will lead the forces of Jötunheimr and Svartálfheimr in a final assault against the gods.

During Ragnarök, the veils/barriers between the realms will be broken, so Baldr will be able to escape from Helheimr. After the death of Odin at the fangs of the monstrous wolf Fenrir, Baldr and Höðr came back to life, meeting with the other survivors in thefields of Iðavöllr (Old Norse: Iðavǫllr - 'splendour-plain'), where Asgard once lay. There, they shall rule in place of their father.

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