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View Resource The Taj-Mahal Virtual Tour

One of the most instantly recognizable buildings in the entire world, the Taj Mahal is a place that millions of people visit each year from around the world. The building and its grounds were built as a monument to Mumtaz Mahal, the young bride of Shah Jehan, the fifth Mughal emperor. Located in Agra, the complex took 22 years to build and represents the labor of over twenty thousands laborers and...

http://www.taj-mahal.net/
View Resource The British Museum: Ancient India

The Ancient India Web site from the British Museum is designed especially for middle schoolers and teachers, but all ages will enjoy exploring. There are six chapters: Buddha, Geography, Hinduism, Indus Valley, Time, and Writing; each with divisions entitled Story, Explore, and Challenge. Story in the Buddha chapter is the life of the Buddha; Explore under Hinduism features trading card-sized...

http://www.ancientindia.co.uk/
View Resource Mughal India

As you enter a large room filled with various items, including a well-worn globe, a medium-sized file cabinet, and a wall of books, you wonder to yourself, Where am I?. It turns out that you have stumbled across the British Museum's fine interactive website on Mughal India. Designed for young people, the site is set up as an office where visitors may click on various items (such as a globe or a...

http://www.mughalindia.co.uk/room.html
View Resource Center for the Advanced Study of India

India remains a country that fascinates both scholars looking at its historical development and those who are intimately concerned with its role in the global economy. In order to provide a congenial place for people with such interests to interact and exchange ideas, the University of Pennsylvania created the Center for the Advanced Study of India (CASI) in 1992. Visitors to the CASI site can...

https://casi.sas.upenn.edu/
View Resource Matters of Art

A number of artists’ organizations and related groups have made vigorous forays into the online world. Some have chosen to create specific works for the web, and some have used the web to disseminate information about various artistic movements, or in some cases, just to offer information about upcoming events and shows. This particular site makes the claim that it is the first art e-zine based...

http://www.mattersofart.net/index.aspx