Kamasutra temples History Mythology Trending 

Kamasutra: Indian conception on bodily Gratification

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         The word ‘Kamasutra’ is considered to be a study of sexual relationships or sexual intercourse. But Kamasutra is neither about sexual practices or sexual activities one must follow to fulfill their needs nor it is entirely and primarily about knowledge on sex. What is Kamasutra? Kamasutra glorifies and describes the concept of companionship, love, pleasures of life with or without sexual connectivity and nurturing one’s love life with a blend of vedic or classical sanskrit poesy verses. It can also be defined as social enjoyment, finding love, wooing, courtship and…

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Disappeared civilizations History 

10 Civilizations That Have Disappeared Mysteriously!

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   1     1ShareFor as long as civilizations have existed, have they disappeared. As contrary as it may sound, it is a truth beyond doubt as is seen by the many civilizations across the world which have vanished. Nothing probably fires our imagination as much as a disappearing civilization. The reason as to why a flourishing civilization, advanced in many ways compared to its surviving counterparts was abandoned by its people who themselves disappeared without a trace is a matter of speculation for many centuries. Some theorists have even suggested reasons as bizarre…

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History 

22 Unknown Facts about Mohenjo Daro civilization You Must Know!

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22  2     24SharesMohenjo-Daro is an archaeological site in the province of Sindh, Pakistan. The words ‘Mohenjo Daro’ literally translate to ‘the mound of the dead’. The city of Harappa and other important Indus Valley sites were found on a series of the rounded pile, hence known as Mohenjo-Daro. Built around 2500 BCE, it was one of the largest settlements of the ancient Indus Valley civilization, and one of the world’s earliest major cities, contemporary with the civilizations of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Minoan Crete, and Norte Chico. As of now, it is about…

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destructive weapons used in mahabharata History Mythology Trending 

10 Destructive Weapons Used in Mahabharata

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   100     100SharesHindu mythlogy consists of vedas, puranams, Upanishads and epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana. Ancient Hindu epics are filled with battles, wars, victory of good over evil, asuras etc. In fact Mahabharata is centered around conflicts and is famous for the military formations, warfare and weaponry used. It is said that more than 1000 different kinds of weapons were used in Mahabharata. Let’s know about some of the powerful weapons used in Mahabharata: 1. Brahmastra It was used only once in the entire battle, inspite of being possessed by many Gods…

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History Of Indian Art-Types and Styles!

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18        18SharesThe British colonial modernity is the early modern period in Indian history, an intermediary phase between medieval and the developed modern. With the British came the European style of Academic realism, oil paintings that initiated a vast array of artwork during this period. The British also established art schools in India. The new British-style art schools attracted many upper class students who were interested in Western techniques and styles. One of the best known of the early painters to work in oil on canvas was the portrait painter Raja Ravi…

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The History Of Indian Currency And Its Evolution!

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21        21SharesOver the ages that have come to light from the time when currency, first came into use, the manner, in which the Indians use money has endured numerous conversions. Demonetisation has shown, over a year that’s how there has been a push in the direction of a digital economy, however the love for cash declines to fade away. Going from ‘cowrie’ shells and gold coins to paper banknotes and the contemporary digital ways and means — the account of expenses in India is wide-ranging and interesting. As the RBI (Reserve bank of…

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art forms History Nation Trending 

Top 10 Art Forms which are Indigenous to India!

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         Every country is defined by its culture, its practices, languages, cuisine and most importantly its art forms. Art is the ultimate expression of creativity and is brought forth in various ways. India too is home to myriad variations of all of the above. Art originated in India about 5000 years ago sometime during the Indus Valley Civilization. Let us take a look at some of the art forms which have taken root in India and contribute to making India unique. Indian art over the years has been passed down from…

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most powerful women History 

15 most powerful women in the Indian history!

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117  1     118SharesIndian history has seen a number of powerful women who have created history with their intelligence, strength, passion, and leadership qualities. They have challenged the prejudiced status of society, made lasting reforms, and has served as the queen, leader, reformer or activist, ushering the society in prosperity and cultural revolutions. This list includes the most influential women in Indian history. These are some women who emerged as an icon in the most unexpected fields. 1. Abala Bose: Social Worker (1865 – 1951) Well known: for her work in the field of…

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21 Interesting Facts About Alexander The Great you must know! Around The World History 

21 Interesting Facts About Alexander The Great you must know!

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         History is defined by heroes, their acts which catapult them to fame make textbook material. Their lives are however marked by many normal events much like those any of us experience but somehow play a pivotal role in their future. Outlined here are some facts from the life of Alexander III/Sikandar, one of history’s successful commanders Alexander III, commonly known as Alexander the Great was the King of the ancient Greek Kingdom of Macedon who succeeded his father Philip II. Some facts  about Alexander 1) Alexander was born on July 20,356 BC…

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Republic Day 2019 History Nation Trending 

Republic Day 2019: Parade, Chief guest, Theme & Tickets

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   1     1Share “We are Indians, firstly and lastly”– B. R. Ambedkar Every Indian heart fills with pride when we see the National Flag spreading out on Republic Day. The day when the Indian Constitution came into force is year on year celebrated as our Republic Day. India is the largest democratic country of the world has lived up the spirit of being a Republic.  The country where people from different cultures, societies, religions, languages  celebrate this day together to recall the event of Indian constitution and inculcate the feeling of national…

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