India

MUGHAL ARCHITECTURE PART II

The next ruler to be in power after Babur was his son Humayun ( 1530-1540). He does not lay much effect on architecture as he had to stay in conflicts with Rajputs, afghans, for a long time. He tries to build Dinpanah city in Delhi, started to build but remains […]

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Silk Industry

Silk is a natural protein fiber produced from the silk glands of silkworms and some form of which can be woven into textiles. Making in triangular prism pattern make silk fabric appearance shimmering which allows silk cloth to refract incoming light at different angles which resultant to produce different colors. […]

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Tea Industry

There are lots of reasons why people enjoy a hot cup of tea. Countless tea lovers take it as a source of refreshment. Most of us have a sip of tea in the morning while reading a newspaper just to make our day complete. Hot tea mug warms many hands […]

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MUGHAL ARCHITECTURE PART I

Features of Mughal architecture : Elaborate calligraphy designs on the walls of the monument. Charbagh design architecture: gardens at four sides of the monument. Jail work and arabesque design. Contributed by Pietra dura. Foresighting technique- Qufi has written on monuments that appear the same from every angle. Mughal architecture is […]

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NON-COOPERATION MOVEMENT

It was the first mass movement that took place in 1920 launched by Gandhi. Its historical background could be seen as the impact of the first world war where the Indian economy suffered badly as the british give them Rowlatt act. Congress became slow so Gandhiji became hostile to the […]

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Election Commission of India

The Election Commission of India is an autonomous constitutional authority responsible for administering election processes in India at national, state and district level. The body administers elections to the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, State Legislative Assemblies, State Legislative Councils, and the offices of the President and Vice President of the […]

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Rising prices of essential commodities in India

In India, inflation or price rise is not just an economic concept but they are also a political tool, often used by the opposition parties to launch attack on the ruling government. But in case of price rise of essential commodities, price rise is more political than economic factor. Very […]

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ART AND CULTURE

AJANTA AND ELLORA CAVE ARCHITECTURE Cave architecture had originated in prehistory or the stone age period leading to the development of paintings and sculptures. Ajanta caves had their origin since the Satvahana dynasty during the pre-Mauryan period. It is located in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra state. It comprises of […]

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Languages in India

Language can be defined as Communication of thoughts and feelings through a system of arbitrary signals, such as voice sounds, gestures, or written symbols India is known for its diversity; diversity of religion, culture, tradition, languages, dialect etc. Eighth schedule of the constitution of India recognizes as many as 22 […]

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India’s Healthcare Condition

Long before the virus invasion into India, the nation already suffered from a devastatingly poor healthcare system. With more corrupt systems in Public (government owned) hospitals where only miserable think of going while the middle or upper  middle and upper classes always seek for the genuine treatments at heavily priced […]

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World Bank and India

The World Bank is a lending institution that funds essential infrastructural requirement, globally. Headquartered in Washington D.C., this fiscal institution is banked upon heavily by the governments of the world for timely dispensing of funds to support the development of major facilities and services. World Bank comprises the International Bank […]

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