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.

Partition-A challenge to the Nation

It happened years ago when India faced partition be it with Pakistan or within Andhra Pradesh(making of Telangana). These involved change of boundaries and beliefs but moving ahead we all adapted to them and welcomed new beginnings. Our Independent Nation was believed to be achieving great heights in the coming […]

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FATHER OF OUR CONSTIUTION- DR. B.R AMBEDHKAR

Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was brought into the world on 14 April 1891,also known as Babasaheb , was an Indian legal scholar, market analyst, legislator and social reformer, who propelled the Dalit Buddhist development and crusaded against social segregation towards the untouchables. He was British India’s Minister of Labor in Viceroy’s […]

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WHY INDIA IS INCREDIBLE ?

You may have heard the expression “Incredible India” commonly however the genuine significance behind this expression can fascinate you. Martin Luther King, Jr said that “To different nations, I might go as a tourist, however to India, I come as a pilgrim.” What is the genuine article that made our […]

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Fashion Trends That Made Comeback

Fashion trends are forever changing. Bell BottomsBell bottoms are a trend from the ’70s and ’80s which have recently made a comeback. They exhibit a retro summer style for fashion divas. These trousers are ideal for those who want to make their legs look longer and slimmer. For a perfect […]

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Facts About The Indian National Flag

Pingali Venkayya, a freedom fighter from Andhra Pradesh designed the Indian National Flag. India adopted its national flag on July 22, 1947, just before its independence. It was first hoisted on August 7, 1906, at Parsi Bagan Square in Calcutta. The first Indian flag consisted of three horizontal stripes of […]

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VEDANGAS – THE LIMBS OF THE VEDAS

Vedangas are the six forms i.e., the six auxiliary disciples of Vedas. It is said to be the six limbs of the Purusha called Veda.  Shiksha (Education) – Nose  Kalpa (Ritual) – Arms Vyakarana (Grammar) – Mouth  Nirukta (Etymology) – Ears  Chhanda (Metrics) – Feet  Jyotisha (Astronomy) – Eyes  SHIKSHA […]

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CHHATTISGARH

Chhattisgarh is a state located in the region of Central India. Formerly part of Madhya Pradesh, it was granted statehood on November 1, 2000. It is the 9th-largest state in India, with an area of 135,192 km2 . As of 2020, it has a population of roughly 29.4 million, making […]

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VEDAS

The word Veda means Knowledge. Vedas are the earliest piece of literature that was written in the Sanskrit language. These were handed down from one generation to the other orally by the pandits who learned this from their ancestors. Even if there were no facilities to preserve the Vedas through […]

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5 Writs in Indian Constitution

Know about how to voice for your rights, legal bounds, and solve wrong conducts or mistakes by legal officials. Writs! What do you mean by writs? In common law, a writ is a formal written order issued by a body with administrative or judicial jurisdiction; in modern usage, this body […]

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Must Stop-By Places in Pune.

Sinhagad Sinhagad is a hill fortress located at around 35 km southwest of the city of Pune, India. Some of the information available at this fort suggests that the fort could have been built 2000 years ago. The caves and the carvings in the Kaundinyeshwar temple stand as proofs for […]

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