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YOGA-Indian heritage

Yoga’s roots began in India thousands of years ago. Yoga is one of the greatest achievements of Indian civilization, which has spread its influence far and wide.The ancient seers used yoga as a means to explore the exterior and interior world and ultimately achieve the knowledge and wisdom of Vedas, […]

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Tainted cities

Indian cities are faltering under multiple problems, including environmental issues that we must assert with. Most desperate of them all is the issue of air pollution. The quality of air that citizens are forced to breathe- especially in the heavily polluted cities- has a serious impact on our health and […]

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Son of the soil

I think the farmer plays the same role for our country as the backbone for the human body.The problem is our farmers are suffering from many problems.Sometimes, many of them cannot even eat two times food a day, despite all the difficulties that they face, they play an important role […]

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Floral festival – a cultural tradition

Bathukamma is Telangana’s floral festival celebrated by the Hindu women of Telangana and neighbouring states in India. Every year this festival is celebrated as per Telugu version of Hindu calendar in the Bhadrapada Amavasya, also known as Mahalaya Amavasya, usually in September–October of Gregorian calendar. Bathukamma is celebrated for nine […]

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Fitness freaks

Regular exercise is one of the finest things you can do for your health. It has many benefits including improving your overall health and fitness, and reducing your risk for many chronic diseases. There are many different types of exercise; it is important that you pick the right types for […]

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Culture and civilization

Advocates of cultural nationalism keep emphasising that India has an ancient civilisation, which straight away makes our indian souls distend with pride. India, we contend confidently, was a civilisation while the rest of the world was still barbaric. Paying no attention that the knowledge of most Indians about our civilisation […]

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