Culture and History

Women in Indian Freedom struggle

The struggle of women in the freedom movement often gets lost in the telling of these narratives, the sacrifice and efforts of thousands of Indian women is overlooked. When many male freedom fighters were imprisoned women took charge and led the fight for freedom.

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Amitabh Bachchan begins shooting for KBC during this Pandemic

Weeks after recovering from COVID-19, bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan kickstarted the shoot of his quiz reality game show Kaun Banega Crorepati 12, as he shared pictures from the set  and wrote, “20 saal, 12wa parva, KBC: Kaun Banega Crorepati, aarambh! (sic)”.The pictures feature the production unit of the show clad in blue […]

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Should we fear the Moral Police

Freedom is being You without anyone’s permission Anonymous Moral police is an umbrella category of vigilante groups which act to enforce a code of morality in India. Some of India’s laws, and some actions of police forces in India are also considered to be instances of moral policing.The target of moral policing is any activity that vigilante […]

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Historic Events happened in September

28 September 1975: A Spaghetti House hostage crisis grips the nation The Spaghetti House siege took place between 28 September and 3 October 1975. An attempted robbery of the Spaghetti House restaurant in Knightsbridge, London, went wrong and the police were quickly on the scene. The three robbers took the staff down into […]

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Assassination of Rajiv Gandhi

Rajiv Gandhi was the former Prime Minister of India. He became the 6th and the youngest Prime Minister of India at the age of 40. He attended college in the United Kingdom and returned as a professional pilot to India in 1966. He stayed out of politics and led a domestic life with his wife and two children in Delhi.

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Theatre in India.

The history of Indian theatre dates back to over 5,000 year and had rich cultural and traditional essence but in recent times people have forgotten the true beauty of the art form which breathes life into so many stories and tales.

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Remembering the Greatest Teacher

The first vice-president and second president of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was above all a great teacher and a world renowned philosopher-author. Today on 5th September as we celebrate Teacher’s […]

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Assassination of John F Kennedy

John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963), often referred to by his initials JFK and Jack, was an American politician who served as the 35th president of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963.

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Ancient Ideas of Greek myth.

As entertaining as some of these mythical narratives can be, they are also gruesome and downright illicit. People now mostly believe these stories to be fictitious tales of imagination, but do you ever wonder what people living in ancient Greece thought of these tales?

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Linguistics

Linguistics is a discipline which involves the scientific study of language. This includes the analysis of form, meaning, and context of language. Traditionally it was done by observing an interplay […]

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The Apatani

Arunachal Pradesh is the land of lofty mountains, pristine landscape, and a large tribal population. Surrounded by blue rolling hills, tucked in foothills of Himalayas, and nestled in the lap […]

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Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

At all of our times of crisis we’ve needed leaders who were just a little better. We have all fantasied leaders who can rise up to the occasion and probably give us some big speech , make you feel invincible (i am not reffering to Optimus Prime). But to your surprises Abraham Lincoln was one such man

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Queen Suriratna of Korea

Heo Hwang-Ok, also known as Suriratna was the queen of a Korean dynasty known as Karak Dynasty during 48AD. A popular South Korean book of fables and historical stories, ‘Samguk […]

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Who was Sati Savitri?

In our history, great sacrifices and many unsung pioneers had existed. They were either forgotten or wiped out from our Humes. Many grave sacrifices  have  become a jest in today’s world. At least once, one  may have heard someone saying ‘I am no Sati Savitri.’ or ‘Who do you think […]

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Ancient Egyptian Gods

Ancient Egyptian Society had many different deities which were an important part of the people’s belief system. There were about 2000 deities in the Egyptian pantheon which were an integral […]

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