Qutub Minar

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Qutub Minar - The Historical Monument Qutub Minar is a minaret, that is India's second largest, attractive and historical monument, is located at Aurobind Marg, Mehrauli Delhi. It is made in unique architectural style using…

Republic Day of India

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January 26, The Indian Republic Day The Republic Day of India is a National holiday of India, that is celebrated every year on January 26. This day celebrates the day of remembrance of the Constitution…

Diwali 2019

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Diwali 2019 27 October 2019 (Sunday)Diwali and its CelebrationDeepawali, Deepavali, or Diwali is the greatest and the most brilliant of every single Hindu celebration. It is the celebration of lights: profound signifies "light" and avail…

Vedic Period
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Vedic Period

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Introduction To Vedic Period The vedic period (c. 1500 – c. 600 BCE) is that the period within the history of the Indian subcontinent intervening between the top of the urban Indus valley Civilization, and…

Indus Valley Civilization
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Indus Valley Civilization

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Indus Valley civilization (Bronze Age)The Indus valley Civilisation (IVC) was a Bronze Age civilisation within the northwestern regions of South Asia, lasting from 3300 BCE to 1300 BCE, and in its mature kind from 2600…

Maurya Empire
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Maurya Empire

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Introduction of Maurya Empire The Maurya empire was established by Chandragupta Maurya in 320 before Christ (after defeating the incumbent Nanda dynasty). He established the primary territorial empire in ancient India, covering most of the…

Gupta Empire

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Rise Of The Gupta Empire The Gupta Empire, that dominated the Indian subcontinent from 320 to 550 AD, ushered during a golden age of Indian civilization. it'll forever be remembered because the period throughout that…

Top 10 Richest Men in India

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Top 10 Richest Men In India India is home to some of the rich individuals and wealthy families well known across the world. India has the third largest group of billionaire after the US and…

Stock Exchanges in India

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Top Stock Exchanges in India A stock exchange is a platform where stock brokers and investor can buy and sell securities of different companies, such as shares of stock and bonds etc. India one of…

Mahalaya

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Mahalaya 2019 Sat, 28 September, 2019Mahalaya is significant because it is said that on the day of Mahalaya Maa Durga starts her journey towards the earth to kill Mahishasur was a king with the head…

Best Reasons To Join Indian Army

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Some of the Best Reasons to Join Indian Army Serving in Indian armed force, aviation based armed forces or naval force is something other than what's expected, it involves pride and respect. Individuals who join…

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