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Rocomamas is south african fast casual chain and their very first outlet is in Pune, India.They mainly serve smash burgers wings and ribs. Their menu has so many options to satisfty your taste buds and variety of drinks to confuse you as to which one you should go for.. This is my personal recommendation if you love burgers and want to have some really good options for your food and drinks along with an amazing decor n lovely ambiance. Outlet also has an open kitchen policy and you can customize your food. Their orange n black themed sitting with a perfectly designed indoor area makes it poppy and is full of modern asthetics and feels very warm and inviting. Their friendly n courtious staff deserves a one big thumbs up for their service.
Being puneri bhukkads, our order had few items and we loved em all😋😋 Be it their thunderbird, firebird or smishsmash chicken burger along with chille cheese fries with fried topped chilly and powdered cheese or the perfectly plated n superbly delicious roco peruvian chicken along with a company of kingfisher n white owl 🍺🥂🍻 just to make it more happening n to hv a lot of gupshup.😋 Do visit if you are in Pune 🙏 .
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👉🏻@puranidilliwaley👈🏻 The Anglo Arabic Senior Secondary School, as we know it today, originally begun as the Madrasa Ghaziuddin Khan. It was named after the general of Mughal Emperor Aurangeb, Ghaziuddin Khan Feroze Jung, who laid the foundation stone of this structure and initiated the construction of the madrasa and the mosque attached right next to it, in 1696. Ghaziuddin Khan was the courtier of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and also the Deccan commander of Aurangzeb’s army. His son, Asaf Jah I (Qamaruddin Khan) was the founder of Asaf Jahi dynasty and is also known as the first Nizam of Hyderabad. Ghaziuddin Khan died in Ahemdabad (Gujarat) in 1710 and his body was brought to Delhi and buried behind the mosque of the madrasa complex. The education was imparted in Arabic and Parsi in the madrasa and it also had a Sanskrit department.
It stood proudly outside the walled city of Delhi, near the Ajmeri Gate. It was originally surrounded by a wall and connected to the fortified Shahjahanabad, it was referred to as the College Bastion. It stands near the Dargah of Hazrat Hafiz Sadullah, whose teachings and reverence was greatly influential on the founder of the madrasa. #puranidilliwaley
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