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Kulkarni captured national headlines for the phone banks he held in dozens of languages and for speaking to voters at both temples and mosques.
Across the country, in small communities and big cities, at libraries, swim clubs, and parks, outside of mosques and churches, a voter here and a voter there is registering, maybe for the first time.
The building, a mosque-like structure of considerable size, was situated in the midst of a grove of mango trees.
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He entered the Mosque alone; his wives remaining seated in their carriages outside.
It was a mosque that stood in a garden, bounded by a high and stout wall and protected by jungle and mud hovels.
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Among the other buildings, the Mosque Aurang Zeb is most worthy of the notice of travellers.
Fattipoor Sikri stands upon a hill; the fortress walls, the mosque, and other buildings can therefore be seen from a distance.
The principal mosque exceeds in size and artistic construction even the Jumna Mosque in Agra.
The mosque itself is built in the style of the Jumna Mosque, and has, like that, four enormous domes.
Round the outside of the mosque extracts from the Koran are inlaid in characters of black marble.

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