It has been a strange and sad week after the death of Great Britain’s beloved Queen Elizabeth II. This week we take a look back at the life and legacy of the longest reigning British monarch
King Charles III, 73, has been groomed for the job but, as they say, he is his “own man” rather than a clone of his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II.
The passing of longest reigning monarch of Great Britain Elizabeth II and world’s most popular Queen, evokes sorrows. People of Great Britain and around the globe feel that with her sad departure the beauty and brilliant light of Buckingham palace permanently diminished. We share our sincere prayers and deepest condolences with
The death of Queen Elizabeth leaves an unfulfillable gap in global leadership and diplomacy. Perpetually low-profiled, unobtrusive, withdrawn, she yet influenced British and global thinking and politics, without appearing to do so. And, she did a brilliant job in promoting global peace and cooperation. She could count the rich
It is, though! Just look at it: a conga line of people winding 4 miles long, with rumours it could stretch to 10; a plethora of plastic bags and golf umbrellas and sleeping bags stretched out on the pavement and camping chairs to sit on for at least five hours — possibly 30 — but nobody minds. .
The world leaders will be attending Queen Elizabeth’s funeral on Monday and pay tribute to the one of the most loved queens of the masses (“Around 500 guests representing nearly 200 countries,
No country can challenge Britain in arranging displays of pomp and circumstance when celebrating royal weddings, anniversaries, and funerals. The ceremonials staged following the death of Queen Elizabeth II have been spectacular. Her state funeral today will mark the end and culmination of 12 days of observances.
There have been, simultaneously, two things happening this week: the demise of a sovereign and the making of a king. This duality is what has made the week’s events and the public response to them so mesmerising, and also so loaded with historical weight. In these 10 days, we not only reckon with who we have been,
The death of Queen Elizabeth II, at such a great age, after such a long reign, was always going to call for a unique solemnity and grandeur. That much was expected. Less expected, perhaps, was how many would rise so magnificently to the occasion. There is the King, of course, who within hours of his mother’s