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Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who inaugurated the Orwell memorial through remote control from Patna at a ceremony organised by the art, culture and youth department on Friday evening, said that he had visited Orwell's By Giridhar Jha in Patna years, the state government had undertaken the renovation work in 2014 at the birthplace of the celebrated 20th- century author known for widely acclaimed novels such as 1984 and Animal Farm.
birthplace during his earlier trip to Motihari and directed the officials to ensure its proper development and upkeep.
People's sentiments are attached to his birthplace.
The birthplace of The Beatles and a host of other charttoppers trailed in behind the likes of Swindon, Brighton and Leicester in the survey by the Performing Rights Society.
25 for children, includes admission to both birthplaces and refreshments.
Shakespeare Country, The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and The Elgar Birthplace Museum have linked up for The Birth of Genius, which combines the Elgar Birthplace Museum and Shakespeare's Birthplace.
The day starts at Shakespeare's Birthplace in Stratford where a new visitor centre and exhibition is due to open in April.
The Beatles are the crown jewels of popular music, attracting money-spending visitors to the city, so Ringo's birthplace is a big attraction.
Rodgers (age 30, race "mulatto," birthplace Jamaica, no occupation listed, marked as divorced/widowed) and sister or sister-in-law Sarah A.
Webb, whose age, race, literacy, birthplace, and mother's birthplace match those of Frank and Mary Webb's son Thomas appears in the 1900 U.
This Thomas Webb's father's birthplace is listed as Virginia.