• Baby Names
    Popular Hindi Names Boys' Hindi Names Abhay .... Abhijat .... Abhijit .... Abhinav .... Abhishek .... Achintya .... Achyuta .... Aditya .... Ajatashatru .... Ajay .... Ajit .... Ajitabh .... Akash .... Akhilesh .... Akhilesh .... Akshat .... Alok .... Amal .... Amar .... Ambar .... Ameya...
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  • The Golden Age
    The Peacock Throne and the Kohinoor Diamond The Peacock Throne, called Takht-e Tâvus (Persian: تخت طاووس‎) in Persian, is the name originally given to a Mughal throne of India, which was later adopted and used to describe the thrones of the Persian emperors from Nader Shah Afshari and...
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  • Mughal Decline
    The mughal empire was the last empire which ruled the subcontinent. It was the last [seemingly] golden age of the subcontinent. During it many monuments were built like the taj mahal, the peacock throne, badshahi mosque e.t.c which seem itregal to the indian culture. The mughals influenced the...
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  • Major Works of Anita Desai, the Indian Novelist
    Major Works of Anita Desai, the Indian Novelist Most of Desai's works engage the complexities of modern Indian culture from a feminine perspective while highlighting the female Indian predicament of maintaining self-identity as an individual woman. Cry, the Peacock, Desai's first novel, chronicles...
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  • Exploration to the History of Bollywood Dance
    to outsiders, song-dance occupies the constitutive limit of Bollywood cinema. It determines – perhaps unfairly but invariably – the form itself even as it frequently escapes the filmic context to inhabit other milieus (Gopal, 1)”. Bollywood dance historical roots refer to Hindi culture short film...
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  • ansh
    leap year. Months of National Calendar: 1. Chaitra; 2. Vaishakh; 3. Jaishta; 4. dha' 5 Shravan; 6. Bhadra; 7. Ashvina; 8. Kartika; 9. Margashirsha; fn Paus'ha; 11. Magha; 12. Phalguna. National Bird of India: Peacock. National Flower of India: Lotus. NationafAnimal of India: On November 18...
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  • India Is My Country
    established Harappan culture in Sindhu Valley Some of the facts about india is National Language : Hindi National Bird : Peacock National Animal : Tiger National Flag : A Tri colour flag of Saffron / white / green with Ashoka Chakra in navy blue with 24 spokes My country was under the...
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  • My India
    Indian Ocean in the south. Tiger is the national animal of India and peacock the national bird. The lotus in all its uniqueness is India’s national flower. The mango is the national fruit, which is cultivated from time unmemorable. Tricolor saffron – purity, white- peace and green – fertility with...
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  • Mughal Influence on Modern India
    imposing pillar. On top of the pillar stands a throne, which Akbar, himself, would sit upon. Like the four cardinal directions, four delicate bridges sprout away from the throne. This particular throne that lay in this hall was legendarily known as the Peacock Throne. The best description of the throne...
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  • Desai Pres.
    and write, so it became my literary language. Languages tend to proliferate around one in India, and one tends to pick up and use whatever is at hand. It makes one realize each language has its own distinct genius." Her family spoke German at home and Hindi to their friends. The author's characters in...
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  • Sona
    Leon “Maganda na nga…improved na ang economy….parang gumanda na ang buhay sa Pilipinas. May mga businesses na nag-iinvest, so I think we are doing well.” – Mercy Williams “Pareho pa rin. Hindi naman nagbabago.” – Mel Sunga “Marami pa ring problema, gutom pa rin. Sa mga politico, dapat alisin na...
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  • Nokia
    Acchha, first Indian ringtone in a Nokia 5110 • 2000: First Hindi UI (menu) in a Nokia 3210 • 2002: First Hindi text input in a Nokia 3610 • 2003: First Made for India phone, Nokia 1100 • 2004: Saral Mobile Sandesh, Hindi SMS on a wide range of Nokia phones • 2005: First...
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  • India
    delay, I present to you…India. The official name of India is Bharat spoken in the Hindi language. Spoken in the secondary language of English, India’s official name is the Republic of India. It is believed that some of the greatest minds have come from India. Most of the modern mathematics or...
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  • Education
    Pratham Books Pratham Books Pratham Books Pratham Books Pratham Books Pratham Books Pratham Books Pratham Books Bilingual Picture Book Eng/Hindi Bilingual Picture Book Eng/Hindi Bilingual Picture Book Eng/Hindi Bilingual Picture Book Eng/Hindi Bilingual Picture Book Picture Book Picture Book Picture Book...
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  • An Introduction to Itc Ltd.
    place in Hindi) and an e-commerce hub. What began as an effort to re-engineer the procurement process for soy, tobacco, wheat, shrimp, and other cropping systems in rural India has also created a highly profitable distribution and product design channel for the company an e-commerce platform that...
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  • India
    the Lion Capital of Sarnath | |National Animal                |Tiger (Panthera tigris) | |National Bird |Peacock...
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  • Prs Shukla
    horizontal stick, in the air, this is called Mayurasana. Note:-'Mayur' means Peacock in Sanskrit. One has to hold his whole body like a stick on both his elbows, as shown in the picture. We assume the shape of a Peacock hence it is called Mayurasana. Technique :- 1. Sit on both your upper...
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  • Marketing
    major brands like Next, H & M, Mother Care, Boots, Debenhams, Starbucks, Oasis, Limited Too, BHS, Milano, Footlocker, Peacock, WOW while | |working with M H Al Shaya...
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  • Gk Bob
    . | Who has received the Sahitya Akademi Award 2010 in Hindi Literature category? |   | 1 | Laxman Dubey |   | 2 | Mangat Badal |   | 3 | Uday Prakash |   | 4 | Nanjil Nandan |   |   | Ans: 3 | | Q. | Indian Army's Operation Saiyam (Patience) was related to |   | 1 | North East...
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  • Incredible India
    India ❖ Festivals of India ❖ Holidays of India ❖ Religion demography ❖ Tourist place of India ❖ Famous people of India ❖ Hindi movies ❖ Music ❖ Food of India ❖ Conclusion Introduction The Republic of India is a large South Asian country rich in ethnic...
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