• rajaraja cholan
    his statue within the outside walls of Thanjai Big Temple that he built. Let me elaborate. 3. The Reason Why? Why do the Hindi politicians who control the Indian Government refuse permission to install Emperor Raja Raja Cholan’s statue within the outer walls of the Thanjai Big Temple? Many...
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  • Incredible India
    ▪ Bandhavgarh National Park ▪ Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary ▪ Ranthambore Tiger Reserve ▪ Kanha National Park Pilgrimage Sites in India ▪ Varanasi ▪ Golden Temple ▪ Haridwar ▪ Mathura ▪ Shirdi ▪ Bodhgaya Famous Temples of India ▪ Khajuraho...
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  • Gun Prohibition Yes
    founder of Sikhism. A Sikh believes in the holy book Guru Granth Sahib which contains the spiritual teaching of the ten gurus. The Sikhs revere Sri Guru Granth Sahib as their supreme teacher. (Pics) Golden Temple:- The holiest of Sikh shrines, the Shri Harminder Sahib Ji (Golden Temple), is in the city...
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  • Tourism
    believers (and others) that is most memorable to visitors. In a country that is exceptionally rich with vibrant devotion, Frommer's rates the Golden Temple "the most tangibly spiritual place in the country." Jallianwala bagh * Jallianwala Bagh (Punjabi: ਜਲ੍ਹਿਆਂਵਾਲਾ ਬਾਗ਼, Hindi: जलियांवाला...
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  • Sri Ganganagar
    * Sacred Heart Convent School * Blooming Dales International School * Tiny Tots Public School * Saraswati Public School * Seth G. L. bihani S. D. Sen. Sec. School * Arorvansh Public School * Golden Rays Public School * Nav Kiran Public School * The Sanskriti School...
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  • Preserverance Is the Key to Sucess
    Goa Fact File Goa - General & Essential Information Goa, on the west coast of India is a land of swaying palms, miles of golden sands, lush greenery, an incredible cultural heritage, magnificent churches, temples and monuments and a unique cultural synthesis of the east and west. Area...
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  • Finalz
    their uses Project work – Topic : Write a brief history of the following monuments 1. Ajanta Caves 2. Gol Gumbaz, Bijapur 3. Kamakhya Temple, Guwhati 4. Golden Temple, Amritsar 5. St Thomas Basillica, Chennai 6. Tower of Silence, Mumbai Prepare a Project file titled ‘A Study of Ecosystems’. Write in...
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  • Guru Teg Bahadur Ji
    rebuffed by the Sodhi family Sardars who then had control of the Gurwara. [pic] Guru Ji visits Amritsar: When Guru Har Gobind shifted his headquarters to Kiratpur, most of his disciples had also moved to that place with him and the Golden Temple at Amritsar fell ultimately into the hands of the...
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  • Indira Gandhi
    Gandhi led the Congress back to victory in 1980 elections and Gandhi resumed the office of the Prime Minister. In June 1984, under Gandhi's order, the Indian army forcefully entered the Golden Temple, the most sacred Sikh Gurdwara, to remove armed insurgents present inside the temple. She was assassinated on 31 October 1984 in retaliation for this operation by her bodyguards....
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  • Biodiversity
    ). The young, tanned, dark haired male sits on the floor freshly groomed in a poised Indian style position in the Gurdwara—the Temple for Sikhs. The Guru Granth Sahib—referred to as the Holy Scripture—sits majestically on a throne under the canopy where it’s the central prominent position in the prayer...
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  • History of India's Tourism
    the astral form of Her creators, the three Supreme Energies. The Golden Temple  The Golden Temple The best time to visit the Golden Temple is the early morning when it gleams, pale and ethereal, in the dawn. This is also the time when its reflection in the Amrit Sarovar - the Pool of Immortality...
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  • Mahathma Gandhi
    ". In order to suppress the rising movement for a separate state called "Khalistan" Gandhi ordered the army to launch a manhunt inside the Golden Temple in Amritsar. The event was termed as the "Operation Blue-Star". She was accused of unfair treatment to the Sikhs and the anger was so intensified...
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  • Sikh
    ( Golden Temple ). He always tries to explain the history what happen here in 1984, but I was fool and didn’t pay attention to him. He showed me where the bullets were in the wall. After I came to United States , I went to Byron Bergen High School . When I was in tenth Grade, we were learning about...
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  • Cultural Tourism in Rajasthan
    maximum 45 degree Celsius. In winter there is very pleasant weather. The maximum temperature in winter is 26 degree Celsius. Winter is the best time to visit this place. Rajasthani and Hindi are two main languages are spoken there. Some other regional languages are Jaipuri, Mewati, Malwi, Braj etc...
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  • About Fiji
    . They called their home Viti, but the Tongans called it Fisi, and it is by this foreign pronunciation, Fiji, first promulgated by Cook, that these islands are now known. After the explorers, other Europeans followed. For over half a century, Fijian culture enjoyed what has been called its ‘golden...
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  • History
    History Harmandir Sahib - Golden Temple Amritsar Amritsar is one of Punjab´s principal cities, dating back in history over 400 years. It is known more for the world famous Golden Temple, the seat of Sikh religion.Situated on the north-western border of India, the city is also gateway for the...
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  • Hinduism
    be written between 1300 and 1000 B.C., which consisted of approximately 1,000 or more chants to a temple that was built for their gods. The chants have been memorized and are still preserved to this day. Later on, the Rig-Veda added two more Vedas. The Yajur-Veda, which was a book based on sacrifice...
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  • General Knowledge
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_states_and_union_territories_of_India_by_population Jawaharlal Nehru-kamla Nehru-Indira Gandhi Indira Gandhi-feroz Gandhi-1)sanjay 2)rajiv Rajiv-sonia Gandhi-:rahul,priyanka,priyanka vadra Sanjay-maneka-only son Varun(feroz )Gandhi Uttar Pradesh (Hindi...
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  • Essay
    golden-spired temple of Khajjinag belonging to the 12th century and a picturesque golf course complete this pretty picture. A picturesque spot with an emerald, saucer shaped meadow set amidst a dense deodar forest, it has a lake as it's centre with a floating island, a forest rest house, a little...
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    Bhaeti), Kolkata | Largest Port | Mumbai | Highest Lake | Devatal (Garhwal) | Largest Lake (Saline water) | Chika lake, Orissa | Highest Award | Bharat Ratna | Highest Gallantry Award | Paramveer Chakra | Largest Gurudwara | Golden Temple, Amritsar | Deepest river valley | Bhagirathi...
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