• Qutub Minar
    Not just a piece of architecture Monuments have stories to tell Monuments have been created for thousands of years, and they are often the most durable and famous symbols of ancient civilizations. Monuments are frequently used to improve the appearance of a city or location. Planned cities suc
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  • History of India
    History of India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaHistory of India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Part of a series on the History of India Chronology of Indian history Ancient India Prehistoric India and Vedic India Re
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  • Indian History
    Indian History and Culture 1. Who wrote “Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna Ab Hamare Dil Mein Hai” ? (A) Mohammad Iqbal (B) Ramprasad Bismil (C) Kazi Nazrul Islam (D) Firaq Gorakhpuri Ans : (B) 2. Who wrote the play ‘Uttararamacharita’ ? (A) Harsha (B) Tulsidas (C) Bhawabhuti (D) Sudraka
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  • History of Delhi
    HISTORY OF DELHI History of Delhi has seen the rise and fall of many empires that have left behind a superfluity of glorious events. History of Delhi goes back to centuries back and narrates some of the most significant occurrences in the history of India. Indian capital city of Delhi has a long
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  • History of India's Tourism
    HISTORY OF INDIA’S TOURISM INTRODUCTION It’s 65 years since independence, and in its wake Indian tourism industry has traversed a rocky road – much like the subcontinent itself. High Life surveys six colourful decades… Flashing with heat and drowned by monsoons, with its rainbow of saris
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  • History
    ASSIGNMENTS B. A. – 1st Semester – Spring Drive 2012 B.A. (Sociology) Subject Name: History of India from Earliest Times up to 600 A.D. Subject code: BAS 104 4 credits (60 marks) (BKID: 1441) Set 1 ___________________________________________________________________
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  • Timeline: History of India
    Timeline: Indian History 7500 BC : Civilization at Gulf of Khambar 2500-1500 BC: Indus Valley Civilisation. 2000-1500: Aryans arrive from central Asia. 1500-1000: The Early Vedic Age – Rigveda. 1000-500: Later Vedic Period - Samaveda, Yajurveda and Atharvaveda, Brahmanas, Aranyakas, Samhitas, ear
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  • History of the Delhi Sultanate in India from Its Founding to the End of the Khalji Domination.
    1. Write a short history of the Delhi Sultanate in India from its founding to the end of the Khalji domination. The foundation of Arab power in India proper were laid by the ruler of Ghazni in Central Asia, Sultan Mahmud (997 CE), who invaded and conquered the Punjab between 1001 and 1014. The em
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  • The Makers of History: International Mother Language Day
    This is to sketch the footprints of Shahid Minar from Dhaka to everywhere of the world, from 1952 to endless future of mankind. The pioneer is Rafiqul Islam with remarkable politeness and a penetrating vision. A typical "Bangali Face", slim-built, and poetic eyes full of dreams, this man is too big
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  • History of Pakistan 1912 to Date
    An Un-Matched History of Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1206 –Todate Compiled by Imran Ahmed emranehmed@yahoo.com +923004159514 1206-1526 The Delhi Sultanate Some of the earliest relics of Stone Age man were found in the Soan valley near Rawalpindi, dating back to at least 50,000 years. Pred
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  • History of the Indian Rupee
    IntelligenceBureau-IB Placement-Paper : 37614 Views : 20402Rating : Poor Okay Good Great Awesome Exact Match with orginal paper129 students found similar paper in examShare Share this on Facebook Share on Google+ Share on Linked IN Share on Google+ Paper Type : Question-PaperTest Locatio
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  • History of Bangladesh
    The question as to what would be the state language of Pakistan was raised immediately after its creation. Muslim scholars and leaders logically believed that Urdu, only spoken by 7%, should be the lingua franca because it had gained a reputation as the cultural symbol of subcontinental Muslims. How
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  • History of Language
    Bengali Language Movement From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Bengali Language Movement, also known as the Language Movement (Bengali: ভাষা আন্দোলন; Bhasha Andolon), was a political movement in former East Bengal (today Bangladesh) advocating the recognition of the Bengali language...
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  • History of Bangladesh
     The name Bangladesh represents "Country of Bengal" in the official Bengali or Bangla language. Bangladesh or The People’s Republic Of Bangladesh is one of the major neighboring countries of India, sits in between 24°...
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