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Incredible India Part 6 The Moghuls of Hyderabad

The Moghuls, with their fusion of Hindu and Moslem traditions shaped much of India's history and architecture culminating with the Taj Mahal.

This 8 part series is narrated by Michael York.

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Cremation on the Ganges

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The Kalachakra

The Kalachakra

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Khajuraho Temples, a World Heritage Site

Khajuraho Temples, a World Heritage Site

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Once More Removed: Part 3

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Once More Removed: Part 4

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Samburu tribe

Samburu tribe

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Destination Unknown Goa, India Episode 9: Chapora Fort

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Edinborough, a Unesco city

Edinborough, a Unesco city

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Lungarotti: wine,olive oil and Chef Imperio

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Montecallini: at the end of Puglia

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