• General Knowledge
    Chikmagalur, Karnataka Reserves for Tiger, bear, chital, sambar, bison Tiger, panther, chital, nilgai, wild bear Elephant, tigers, panther, sambar, deer, birds Elephant, chital, deer, gray Partridges, green pigeon Elephant, chital, panther, sambar, wild bear Tiger, leopard, sambar, wild bear, chital...
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  • Kalpesh
    William Blake Three years she grew – William Wordsworth If - Rudyard Kipling The Tiger and the Deer – Sri Aurobindo An Introduction – Kamala Das Prose 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) The Great Journey to the west – Romain Rolland A Tiger comes to school – R.K. Narayan The Lost child – Mulk Raj Anand On cloning a human...
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  • Sunderban
    is really worth a visit. With a series of densely forested islands and saline water channels, Sundarbans is home to 270 Royal Bengal Tigers along with the spotted deers, wild pigs, monkeys, herons, kingfishers and white-bellied eagles. The Sundarbans is formed by an alluvial archipelago of 54 islands...
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  • Jim Corbett
    (110.2 in) •      32.5 °C (91 °F) •      14.5 °C (58 °F) | Visitation | 50,000 (1999)70,000 expected in 2010 [1] | Governing body | Project Tiger, Government of Uttarakhand, Wildlife Warden, Corbett National Park | Website | www.corbettnationalpark.in | Jim Corbett National Park—named after...
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  • Indian National Army and Its Role in Independence Struggle
    free and united India….6 In his essay „The Morality of Boycott‟, Aurobindo Ghosh had once remarked, “in pursuit of justice and righteousness the saint‟s holiness had to be complemented by the warrior‟s sword”7 This vision of Aurobindo almost came alive in February 1938, when a revolutionary 3 Rudolf...
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  • General Knowledge
    Lakshadweep: Kavaratti Headquarter of Dadra and Nagar Haveli: Silvassa The first woman president of the United Nations : Vijalakshmi Pandit The place Aurobindo Ghosh is associated with: Calcutta, West Bengal (freedom fighter) Latest best picture Oscar was awarded: Argo Who won Noble Prize for economics: Vice...
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  • General knowledge
    Cartoonist (d) None of these Answer : (c) 16. Which of the following animals was not native to India ? (a) Elephant (b) Horse (c) Rhinoceros (d) Tiger Answer : (b) 17. Which of the following states is highly flood prone as well as drought prone ? (a) West Bengal (b) Uttar Pradesh (c) Madhya...
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  • Englsih
    to the people. Later the freedom struggle resulted in a revolutionary brand of writing by Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Lala Lajpat Ray, Mahatma Gandhi , Aurobindo Ghose, Kasturi Rnaga Iyer, T. Prakasham, and Sarojini Naidu. Besides writing in their ‘vernacular native’ languages, they also adopted the English...
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  • Essay
    Aurobindo Ghosh was born in Calcutta, India. His father, Dr. Krishna Dhan Ghose, was District Surgeon of Rangapur, Bengal. His mother, Swarnalata Devi, was the daughter of Brahmo religious and social reformer, Rajnarayan Basu. Aravinda means "lotus" in Sanskrit. Aurobindo spelled his name Aravinda while...
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  • Trip to Tadoba Tiger Reserve
    CITY TIGERS MEETING THEIR COUNTRY COUSIN This meet began with me and my brother proceeding to Mumbai airport for our first flight to the orange city Nagpur. Soon after checking into the flight we caught with team bhpian and participant in the workshop (sachin.sri) Sachin Shrivastava. He was already...
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  • Shrestha
    Allaudin Khan, Amjad Ali Khan, Buddhadev Dasgupta, Bahadur Khan, Sharan Rani, Zarin S. Sharma | Tabla | Alla Rakha Khan, Kishan Maharaj, Nikhil Ghosh, Zakir Hussain | Violin | Baluswamy Dikshitar, Gajanan Rao Joshi, Lalgudi G. Jayaraman, M. S. Gopala krishnan, Mysore T. Chowdiah, T. N. Krishnan...
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  • Essay
    The Good Morrow Marvell : To His Coy Mistress *Pope : The Rape of the Lock *Gray : Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard *Blake : The Tiger, Ah! Sun-flower Course 3: Drama I (Marlowe to Wilde excluding Shakespeare) – ENG - 103 *Webster : The Duchess of Malfi *Marlowe : Dr. Faustus ...
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  • Some Eminent Women of Ancient India
    obedience to his orders. She shows her determination and independence throughout the years in the forest; her insistences that Rama get the gold-spotted deer and her command that Laksmana come to his rescue, eventually leads to her abduction by Ravana. She shows self-control and she doesn't give in to Ravanna's...
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  • My File
    known as Tiger State because of the tiger population. Famous national parks like Kanha, Bandhavgadh, Shivpuri, Sanjay, Pench are located in Madhya Pradesh. Kuno Palpur national park is getting African cheetas and is expected to become only reserve having four species of big cats (lion, tiger, leopord...
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  • Timeline: History of India
    Banks. First Dada Sahib Phalke Award was given to Davika Rani Indo-Pak War Birth of Bangladesh. Shimla Agreement between India and Pakistan. Project Tiger Underground nuclear explosion carried out at Pokhran (May 18). Emergency declared in the country. Aryabhatta goes to orbit. Janata Party comes to power...
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  • Ffffff
    in Ancient India, India in the Victorian Age, The Economic history of British India etc. Other notable figure was Man Mohan Ghoss, brother of Sri. Aurobindo, Love Songs and Elegies, Perseus and Adam, Nollo are his major works. Modern Indian literature begins with - Raja Ram Mohan Roy The first of the Indian...
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  • Aurbindo Gosh
    affirmations of creedal statement, but fruits of the soul’s inner experience.”- Sri Aurobindo Abstract Philosopher Aurobindo (1872-1950) can be viewed as a 20th century renaissance person. Born in Kolkata, India, Aurobindo was educated at Cambridge University. He was an intellectual who intensely analyzed...
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  • Swadeshi Movement
    Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon, 1905 and continued up to 1908. It was the most successful of the pre-Gandhian movements. Its chief architects were Aurobindo Ghosh, Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Bipin Chandra Pal and Lala Lajpat Rai. Swadeshi, as a strategy, was a key focus of Mahatma Gandhi, who described...
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    Eassay on Life | Samuel Butler | Essays for Poor to the Rich | John Kenneth Galbraith | Essays in Criticism | Matthew Arnold | Essays On Gita | Aurobindo Ghosh | Essays of Elia | Charles Lamb | Estate | Issac Bashevis Singer | Eternal Himalayas | Major H.P.S.Ahluwalia | Eternal India | Indira Gandhi...
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  • Role of Extremists
    success could be achieved through bold means. The important extremist leaders were Lala Lajpat Rai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Bipin Chandra Pal and Aurobindo Ghosh. Causes for the Rise of Extremism The failure of the Moderates to win any notable success other than the expansion of the legislative councils...
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