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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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Embroidery of India

Hello guys!!Today’s topic is about embroidery of India. Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread or yarn. In embroidery they use […]

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WHAT DOES ADOLESCENCE NEED?

Need for independence With the growing physical and mental development an adolescent wants to express his opinion independently, to take part in different social activities and to become self-dependent like any adult member of the society. On attaining adolescence, the child who earlier used to depend on his elders, finds […]

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What Is Ikigai?

Ikigai (ee-key-guy) is a Japanese notion that combines the words iki, which means “alive” or “life,” and gai, which means “benefit” or “value.” When these phrases are combined, they indicate something which provides your life value, significance, or goal. The notion of ikigai is claimed to have originated from traditional […]

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PATTACHITRA: AN INDEGENOUS FOLK AND TRIBAL ART OF ODISHA

Pattachitra or Patachitra is the ancient traditional and indigenous cloth based painting technique of Odisha and is highly known for its intricate details. The word Pattachitra is derived from Sanskrit words, “Patta” meaning canvas and “Chitra” meaning painting or picture. Thus, Pattachitra is painting which is done on canvas and […]

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Chakras

Have you ever attended a yoga session before? Have you ever heard about these chakras?  If yes, that’s great. If not, that’s fine we are going to cover it in […]

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Common Language Questions.

[Bhoomika Saini] 1. What’s The Most Commonly Spoken Language Today? First Language Mandarin Chinese tops the list of most commonly spoken native languages with 870 million native speakers. With less than 200 million second language speakers, the vast majority of Mandarin speakers are native and also located in mainland China. […]

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Languages you should try! [Part 1]

[Bhoomika Saini] French French, also called the language of love, was actually the international, diplomatic language for centuries. Only recently, historically speaking, with the rise of the United States as a global power, did English prevail as the language of diplomacy. France is still quite the economic powerhouse, and a […]

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Benefits of learning different languages. [part 2]

[Bhoomika Saini] Learning languages is an important part of being very soft and friendly welcomed in different countries. Even only one language cans totally change the way of the communication, the attitude towards you and the impression which you will make in people with which you conduct a conversation. Nowadays […]

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The Bishnois of Rajasthan

Formation of the Bishnoi sect— India’s original environmentalists Bishnoism originated in the 1485AD by Saint Guru Jambheshwar in theThar Desert of Rajasthan, India. Long before the world came to know about the […]

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