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Dunya News - Mumtaz Mahal: A distinct creature encaged in zoo gallows for the past 40 years

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For the rest of the world, Mumtaz Mahal – the known epithet for a Mughal empress, Arjumand Banu – rests at a mausoleum signifying a lover’s fort in Agra. Karachi has, however, orchestrated its very own Mumtaz Mahal but the irony is that it is no love temple, yet it abodes in one of the city’s popular locations – the zoo.
In the most gaudy manner, the small temple-like structure at the zoo clearly imitates a Mughal fort with posters plastered over its walls of Mumtaz Mahal – a kitsune [half human, half fox]. Inside the special pavilion, a small creature over a cot-like table with a human face over a body of a fox aptly entertains zoo visitors.

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