Culture and History

World music day🎶

The first World Music Day was observed and celebrated on the Summer Solstice in France in the year 1982 when the former French minister of art and culture, Jack Lange, along with Maurice Fleuret started the Fête de la Musique in Paris. Starting from 1982, the summer solstice day of […]

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Father’s Day

The bond between a father and child is like no other. A father is her daughter’s old flame and a son’s first hero. A father may be a model, a guide, the primary man in our lives that we learn to trust. Their sacrifices and contributions should be celebrated every […]

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Confucianism

Confucianism is not considered as a religion but it is an ideology, religious philosophy, a set of values, rules to live life by. It was developed in China in the […]

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What is Digital Painting?

Digital painting is that the process of painting on a tablet and creating artwork digitally on a computer. This is often done through painting software that uses brushes very similar to traditional painting. Many artists address digital painting since it’s cheaper within the long run(fewer materials) and it’s a necessity […]

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Mother teresa: Medal of Freedom

Mother teresa Nun and missionary, well known for her devoted life towards caring for the sick and poor. She established an open-air school and founded a home for the dying destitute in a dilapidated building she convinced the city government to donate to her cause. Her diligent toward humanity got […]

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JERUSALEM- The City Of Peace

Symbols are mighty that they can unite people as well as turn them into impulsive mob. Sometimes symbols get attached to places and cities that are considered ‘sacred’, some cities wash away sins, some are the birthplaces of Gods and some serve as the headquarters of a religion for Judaism, […]

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Desiderata by Max Ehrmann

Desiderata is the plural for Desideratum which is a Latin word, it means, “things that are needed or wanted”. This prose poem was published in 1972. Through this poem, Ehrmann […]

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A Patriarchal Society

We live in a society where men hold the power, be it in family matters, or social matters. Men have social privileges that women don’t have. Men in the families […]

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Ikigai

A lot of us are very busy individuals. We have work after work and don’t know when we can take a break. Well, it’s all very subjective if people really want to pressurize themselves it’s on them but they can always take an hour off daily just to maybe walk […]

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Noble truths

According to Britanica dictionary, Although the term Four Noble Truths is well known in English, it is a misleading translation of the Pali term Chattari-ariya-saccani (Sanskrit: Chatvari-arya-satyani), because noble (Pali: ariya; Sanskrit: arya) refers not to the truths themselves […]

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Pride month 🌈.

Pride Month is a month-long observance in celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people—and the history, culture, and contributions of these people and their communities.Pride Month takes place every year in June. It is not limited to people with these sexualities or gender identities. Pride Month also celebrates […]

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Benefits of Veganism

Have you ever wanted to become vegan? Why would you wish to follow a diet with numerous restrictions? Would you readily give up Burger King, Taco Bell, Subway, and Pizza […]

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THE LAW FOR LOVE IN INDIA

A few months ago, A woman was shot in public for saying no to someone she did not want to spend her life with. Love Jihad or Romeo Jihad is a theory which shows that Muslim men target Hindu women for conversion into Islam. This is done by harsh means […]

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The Bermuda Triangle- Mystery

The human race is inquisitive by nature, mysteries excite all of us. But there are very few mysteries that have the power to captivate and terrify us at the same time- the Bermuda Triangle is that kind of mystery. The Bermuda Triangle has been called a lot of things- The […]

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Radio comes to Rampur : worth watching nostalgia

‘Radio comes to Rampur’ is a Hindi realised in 1999 which is beautifully directed by Asha Dutta. Duration of the movie is 46 minutes; starring Mukesh Bhatt, Beena Roy, Bharat Bhushan, Vijay Pal Singh, Pravin, Pratibha Tripathi, Rooma Rajni, Rohit Raj, Neeraj Kabi, Shailendra Srivastava, Amrendra, Sanjay Sonu, Prakash Jais, […]

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