Culture and History

Cultural history brings to life a past time and place. In this search, cultural historians study beliefs and ideas, much as intellectual historians do. … These are reflected in the products of deliberately artistic culture, but also include the objects and experiences of everyday life, such as clothing or cuisine.

A Monk

Who are Monks ? Why people are becoming Monks? Is it some kind of religion ? How a monk lives ? What kind of God they persuit ? Want to know more about them , then start some reading . Introduction A monk is a person who practices religious asceticism […]

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The Indus Valley Civilization

The Indus River Valley Civilization, 3300-1300 BCE, otherwise called the Harappan Civilization, stretched out from advanced upper east Afghanistan to Pakistan and northwest India. Significant advancements of this civilization incorporate […]

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Colonialism

Expansionism or colonialism is an act of control, which includes the oppression of one individuals to another. One of the troubles in characterizing expansionism is that it is difficult to recognize it from colonialism. Every now and again the two ideas are treated as equivalent words. Like expansionism, colonialism additionally […]

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THE HISTORY OF TEA

During a long day spent roaming the forest in search of edible grains and herbs, the weary(tired) divine farmer Shennong accidentally poisoned himself 72 times. But before the poisons could […]

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Major World Religions

Religions exist in all parts of the world, in different forms. Religion is prominent worldwide because it gives answers to the age-old questions of where humans came from, what is […]

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Indian Independence Act of 1947

On February 20 1947, the British Prime Minister Clement Attlee declared that the British rule in India would end by June 30 1948 after which the power would be transferred to responsible Indian hands. This announcement was followed by the agitation by the Muslim League demanding partition of the country. […]

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ARE WE REALLY ENJOYING OUR WORK?

Work is worship for those who take work seriously and it should be so because your work reflects your personality to some extent and how we do it is also part and parcel of our identity. Here in, comes the real trouble because when you do the work you enjoy, […]

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