Culture and History

India @75

We’re going to enter in the 75th year of our Independence on 15 August, 21. As I’m not a political leader so I”ll not talk about what we’ve gained in […]

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Fatehpur Sikri – World Heritage Site

Fatehpur Sikri, , a city predominantly in red sand-stone, situated at a distance of 37 kms from Agra, was built by the Mughal Emperor Jalal-ud-din Mohammad Akbar, in honour of the great Sufi saint Sheikh Salim Chisti ; its magnificence and uniqueness offers a fine example of the emperor’s architectural […]

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The Four Yugas

Manier times,one might have heard  about the four main eras in many theologies. What do the ‘four eras’ mean? The below article describes the eras in the Hindu theology. Yugas Yugas can be roughly explained as time periods or eras. In the Hindu theology,there were 4 yugas(ages) Sat yuga/ Satya […]

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Village of Twins

Kodinhi, a village in the Malappuram district of Kerala is famously known for having the highest number of twins. The villages initially became famous when a local survey showed the unusual number of twins in this area. According to estimate there are 2,000 families and at least 400 pairs of […]

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Indian Art Style

• Rajasthani miniature art Rajasthan is one of the pioneer seats of miniature painting in India. Rajput painting, also known as Rajasthani painting, is a style of Indian painting evolved […]

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Indian Folk Art

• Warli paintings Warlis or Varlis are an indigenous tribes or adivasis living in the mountainous as well as coastal areas on the Maharastra-Gujarat border and surrounding areas. They have […]

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The Hippie Movement

The Hippie or Hippy movement was a youth movement which began in the 1960s and continued to 1970s, it was a movement that rejected mainstream American life. The movement originated […]

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Graphic design

Graphic design is the process of visual communication and problem solving through the use of type, space and image. The field is considered a subset of visual communication and communication […]

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Queen of Jhansi

Lakshmi Bai, also spelled Laxmi Bai, (born c. November 19, 1835, Kashi, India—died June 17, 1858, Kotah-ki-Serai, near Gwalior), rani (queen) of Jhansi and a leader of the Indian Mutiny of 1857–58. Brought up in the household of the peshwa (ruler) Baji Rao II, Lakshmi Bai had an unusual upbringing for a Brahman girl. Growing up with the boys in the peshwa’s court, she was […]

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Evolution of Poetry

The rose is a rose,And was always a rose.But the theory now goesThat the apple’s a rose,And the pear is, and soThe plum, I suppose.The dear only knowsWhat will next prove a rose.You, of course, are a rose –But were always a rose. The above-mentioned lines are from a beautiful […]

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A pandemic to forget, but learnings to remember forever

Future generations deserve to be in the best position possible to deal with the next inevitable pandemic. This preparation includes regular reminders about what happened in 2020. Government agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization seemingly have the power to capture the […]

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