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November 21, 2018
Guru Nanak Dev Ji

Learn About the Important Teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji My mother’s maternal home was in Sultanpur Lodhi, where Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first guru of Sikhs had spent almost 15 years of his life. Hence, the place is bound to have many Gurudwaras dedicated to Guru Nanak Dev Ji and his sister Bebe Nanki who was married in Sultanpur. One of this Gurudwara is ‘Ber Sahib’, which is a famous and very historical [...]Read More

November 14, 2018
Prime Ministers of India

Overview of All Prime Ministers of India Since Independence, India has seen 14 full-time Prime Ministers (at the time of updating this post – as on October 25th, 2014) and 15 in all. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru of the Indian National Congress was the first Prime Minister of free India. At present, the office is headed by Mr. Narendra Modi of the BJP (the 14th full-time PM as in 2014) last vacated by Dr. Manmohan Singh of the Congress-led [...]Read More

October 31, 2018
Sardar Patel

Narendra Modi recently commented that if Sardar Patel had become the first Prime Minister of India, then the fate of India would have been different. He said this while addressing the opening ceremony of Shri Sardar Vallabhbhai Smruti Smarak. Modi said that Sardar Patel was a liberal and secular leader respected for his different but very effective ideology. Sardar Vallabhbhai Jhaverbhai Patel, popularly known as Sardar Patel, was born on October 31, 1875, and raised in [...]Read More

June 15, 2018
National Symbols of India

National symbols of India depict the country’s image and have been chosen very carefully. The national animal, tiger symbolises power; the national flower, lotus symbolises purity;the national tree, banyan symbolises immortality, the national bird, peacock symbolises elegance and the national fruit, mango symbolises the tropical climate of India. Similarly, our national song and national anthem were a source of inspiration during the freedom struggle. The national emblem of India depicts four lions standing back to [...]Read More

June 14, 2018
Eid Al Fitr

Eid al-Fitr that is also known as the Feast of Breaking the Fast, the Lesser Eid or the Sweet Festival marks the end of the Islamic holy month of fasting, Ramadan. On the day of Eid, the new moon is sighted. The sight of a new moon generally falls on two dates as some people go by the seeing the moon and others wait for an announcement from Mecca. This big day falls on the [...]Read More

June 13, 2018
How States and Union Territories in India got their name

India is a multilingual country and it is clearly visible in the name of its staes, since most of the names are in the states native language. Also, many of the states have their origin in Sanskrit words, which was once the main language of India. History, language, rulers etc of a particular region have also contributed to the names. Check out different state names and their etymology. Andhra Pradesh – The Sanskrit meaning of [...]Read More

June 8, 2018
Kaveri River Water Dispute

The states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu in India are fighting over the Kaveri (Cauvery) River water, while India needs a solution to many other social problems. Rivers, without knowing and unintentionally flow between these two states, because neither God nor water knows any kind of boundary or difference. He must be astonished to see his creation and thinking that on one side Indians worship water and on the other hand fight over it as [...]Read More

June 4, 2018
Splash Water Park Image

Splash – The Water Park, a one-of-its-kind amusement park in North Delhi, is a perfect place to retreat and enjoy a day with family and friends. This park offers fun and entertainment in the form of water slides, wave pools, rides and simulated rain dances. Splash is a well-maintained park where one can enjoy a day out in meticulously clean waters. Key Highlights of Splash-The Water Park • The Water Park has two sections of [...]Read More

May 4, 2015
Importance of summer classes

Summer vacations are no longer what they used to be. Gone are the days when kids used to stay at home and do their holiday homework. Parents nowadays are more interested in putting their children in hobby or summer classes during summer vacations. Things have definitely changed, but what has led to this change? Is it a change in lifestyle, modernisation or changing family structure? The concept of summer classes has transformed the holiday period [...]Read More

April 26, 2015
Vastu for workplace

Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, has been planned as per the guidelines of Vastu Shastra. While designing Chandigarh, Le Corbusier applied the principles of Vastu Shastra with modern architecture. Many modern projects like Vidhan Bhavan in Bhopal and Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya in Ahmedabad have been constructed as per Vastu. Most of the business houses consult Vastu experts to stay on the other side of loss. But, how does adhering to Vastu Shastra help your business? [...]Read More

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