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wiki tale to share..

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off late I have become too much hooked on to wiki, than tb.com.

lets share here the best relevant wiki articles here...

and here is mine, the story of a muslim from agra who got the grip of the queen, like how TB's got hold of the British men.


The Queen had a longstanding interest in her Indian territories and wished to employ some Indian servants for her Golden Jubilee. Karim was hastily coached in British manners and in the English language and sent to England.

Five days later the Queen noted that "The Indians always wait now and do so, so well and quietly

Karim's brother-in-law, Hourmet Ali, sold one of Victoria's brooches she accepted Karim's explanation that Ali had found the brooch and that it was customary in India to keep anything found as one's own.

Both women were shrouded from head to foot, and travelled in railway compartments with drawn curtains.Victoria wrote, "the two Indian ladies ... who are, I believe, the first Mohammedan purdah ladies who ever came over ...
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