He then said to the man: Go, take one who knows you.
Even in 1363 Ibne btatuta who was on the world tour has stayed here for one night. Famous people having visited Kunkurdi include the famous Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib in 1662, "Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati" in 1876, and the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, and Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru.
In 1575 Kundarki was the estate (Riyasat) of Kayasth Emperor named Raja Munshi Hardat Rai Sekribal.
The person who was ‘apparently religious’ was in reality far from religion; his actions were contrary to the teachings of Islam.
Whilst the person who was clean shaven was in actual fact closer to religion due to his behaviour and manners and for that person to become inclined towards religions is far easier and likely.
This principle is well taught to us by Hadhrat Umar رضي الله عنه when once a witness went to depose before him.
Hadhrat Umar رضي الله عنه said bring to me one who knows you.
The government declared it a "panchayat" in 1858, and as a "town area" in 1907, but, seeing the town's development, the Uttar Pradesh government declared it a nagar panchayat in 1994.
Historical records show Kunkarki's existence in the 10th century.
The eye catching thing about Kundarki is its beautiful mini Taj Mahal.
Mini Taj Mahal made via a social worker, Chidda khansari.
My question is that of the 4 things, beauty, wealth and family status are things that can be seen straight up (generally).