• Unity in Diversity
    greatly affects the balance of unity and diversity amongst the global community along racial, socioeconomic, gender, age, or political lines. Recent history provides many examples of unity and diversity shifting and changing in balance between Unity in diversity is a slogan celebrating co-operation between...
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  • Subhash Chandra Bose
    Subhas Chandra Bose (About this sound listen (help·info); 23 January 1897 – unknown[2]) also known as Netaji (Hindi/Bengali: “Respected Leader”), was one of the most prominent Indian nationalist leaders who attempted to liberate India from British rule during the waning years of World War II. Bose...
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  • HANDICRAFTS OF GUJARAT
    of the region and its design variations are a manifestation of clan and community characteristics. This Textile leagcy in the state has a chequered history dating back three thousand years to the Indus Valley Civilization. Years of migrations, conquests, and trade coupled with the ingenuity of the Gujarati...
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  • Subash Chandra Bose's Child Hood
    ……………….Subash Chandra bose………………. Subhas Chandra Bose ( listen (help·info); 23 January 1897 – unknown) also known asNetaji (Bengali/Oriya/Hindi): (“Respected Leader”), was one of the most prominent Indian nationalist leaders who attempted to gain India's independence from British rule by force during...
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  • East India
     (March 2013) | This article needs additional citations for verification. (December 2011) | | East India | Eastern Indian States shown in red.[1] | Population | 226,925,195 | Area | 418,323 km2 (161,515 sq mi) | Population density | 542 /km2 (1,400 /sq mi) | Time zone | IST (UTC+5:30)...
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  • Travel
    well as the Indian travelers. | Konkani, Marathi, English and Hindi are the languages of the state where memories of the past blend with the present to make everyone proud of his heritage. Temples and churches have mingled with forts and the ruins of ages have gone by to give way to an exotic location...
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  • The War of Independence.
    indication of association with a cause. • Lord Dalhousie had proposed that the successors of Bahadur Shah II (Zafar) would have to vacate the Red Fort of Delhi and move to suburban town of Mehrauli. • Besides Awadh, the Punjab, Satara, Nagpur, Jhansi, and other small states had been annexed...
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  • India
    Culture of India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The culture of India has been shaped by the long history of India, its unique geography and the absorption of customs, traditions and ideas from both immigrants and invaders, while preserving its ancient heritage...
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  • Role of sikhs in the revolt of 1857
    of Jallianwala Bagh, its foundation stone was laid down by the movement of Guru Ka Bagh, walls were prepared by Babbers, roofs were prepared by oath of ‘Azad Hindi Fauj’ in 1930, in the bank of Ravi river.Those who left to be mentioned did only brush work for painting. Old secret records are neuters to the fact...
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  • Should Grading System Should Be There in Cbse
    population. h s T li Rb Eu Cp N re ©e b to t Fig. 1 – Thousands gathered on the occasion of the flag hoisting ceremony at the Red Fort on 15 August 1947 o n 160 OUR PASTS – III India’s population in 1947 was large, almost 345 million. It was also divided. There...
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  • Arunachal Pradesh
    present strength of members of the State Legislative Assembly is 60. HISTORICAL EVALUATION There is no written record relating to the tribal history of Arunachal Pradesh except some oral literature & historical ruins lying on the foothills. However, some references are available from "Buranjis"...
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  • Red Eagle and the Fort Mims Massacre
    of the worse massacres on American soil. The Battle of Fort Mims was orchestrated by William “Red Eagle” Weatherford, and, as news of the massacre spread, Americans found themselves in a war against the angry Creek. Although the massacre at Fort Mims served to ignite war with the United States, was this...
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  • internet
    It features a reservoir (now dry) and channels, and at each end is a white marble pavilion (Savon and Bhadon). In the centre of the reservoir is the red-sandstone Zafar Mahal, added about 1842 under Bahadur Shah II.[46] Smaller gardens (such as the Mehtab Bagh or Moonlight Garden) existed west of it...
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  • Indian News Broadcasting
    original colour of the objects because of black and white transmission. First multi-colour programme was the Prime Minister’s address to the nation from Red Fort in Delhi on India’s 35th Independence Day. In the same day, DD National channel was launched. The aim of launching the National channel is nurturing...
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  • taj mahal and pollution
    Designated 1983 (7th session) Reference No. 252 State Party India Region Asia-Pacific The Taj Mahal (/ˈtɑːdʒ məˈhɑːl/ often /ˈtɑːʒ/;[2] Hindi: ताज महल, from Persian/Urdu: تاج محل‎, ultimately from Arabic,[3][4] "crown of palaces", pronounced [ˈt̪aːdʒ mɛˈɦɛl]; also "the Taj"[5]) is a white...
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  • White Mughals, the True Carriers of “White Men’s” Burden
    Sir David Ochterlony carried himself as a typical Mughal nobleman – every evening he would have all thirteen of his consorts paraded around the Red Fort with each on their own separate elephant behind their husband. Ochterloy, like Kirkpatrick, had a fondness for hookah, nautch girls, and Indian clothes...
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  • Model Test Paper
    History project India in the past - its rulersDifferent parts of India have different histories and legends. Indians in different parts of the country look at their past from a different point of view than Indians in other parts of India. Indian history has a past of over thousands of years. The Hindus...
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  • Oil and Gas
    mass transport, nine corridors have been identified and are being constructed as High Capacity Bus Systems (for example, one from Ambedkar Nagar to Red Fort). Six of these corridors are expected to be operational in 2010. Additionally, The Delhi Metro will be expanded to accommodate more people and boost...
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  • red fort
    The Red Fort (usually transcribed into English as Lal Qil'ah or Lal Qila) is a 17th-century fort complex constructed by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan[1] in the walled city of Old Delhi (in present day Delhi, India) that served as the residence of the Mughal Emperors. The design is commonly credited...
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  • Urdu Hindi Controversy
    the sub-continent and was spoken and used by both, Hindus and Muslims. All groups had contributed towards the development of the language. The Urdu-Hindi controversy started with the fall of the Mughal Empire. This is because the Hindus felt that Urdu was a language of the invaders as many Turkish, Arabic...
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