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Rajputs and Mughals
Rajputs and Mughals Chittorgarh (Chittor fort), his ancestral home, was under Mughal occupation and his fellow Rajput chiefs, such as Raja Man Singh of Jaipur, were part of Akbar's council. Even his own brothers Shakti Singh and...
Rana Pratap Singh
Maharana Pratap (b.1540-d.1597) was the ruler of Mewar, a state in north-western India. He belonged to the Sisodia dynasty (shakha) of the Guhilote clan (cula) and thus claimed descent from the Hindu sun-God; his own descendents bear the...
Quit India Movement
The Quit India Movement (Bharat Chhodo Andolan) was the final call, the definitive organized movement of civil disobedience for immediate independence of India from British rule issued by Mahatma Gandhi on August 8, 1942, made famous by...
Subhash Chandra Bose & Indian National Army
Subhash Chandra Bose The arbitrary entry of India into the war was strongly opposed by Subhash Chandra Bose, who had been elected President of the Congress twice, in 1937 and 1939. After lobbying against participation in the war, he...
Revolutionary activities, Bhagat Singh
Bhagat Singh, a young marxist from Punjab, vowed to take revenge and with the help of Chandrashekhar Azad, Rajguru and Sukhadev, plotted to kill Scott. Instead of Scott, however, he killed a junior officer named Mr. Sanders. This is...
Dandi March and the civil disobedience movement
Following the rejection of the recommendations of the Simon Commission by Indians, an all-party conference was held at Bombay in May 1928. The conference appointed a drafting committee under Motilal Nehru to draw up a constitution for...
The Gandhian generation
India's option for an entirely original path to obtaining swaraj (self-rule, sometimes translated as Home Rule or Independence) was due largely to Mahatma Gandhi, (Mahatma meaning Great Soul). A native of Gujarat who had been educated in...
The Rowlatt Act and its aftermath
  The positive impact of reform was seriously undermined in 1919 by the Rowlatt Act, named after the recommendations made the previous year to the Imperial Legislative Council by the Rowlatt Commission, which had been appointed...
1857: The First War of Independence
The First War Of Indian Independence, or The Indian Mutiny as known to the British, was a period of uprising in northern and central India against British rule in 1857-1858. Although, the First War Of Indian Independence is...
Indian Independence Movement
The term 'Indian Independence Movement' is fairly diffuse, since it involves several different movements with similar objectives. The mainstream movement was led by the Indian National Congress, which followed nonviolent agitation and...
Present day religious adherence and trends
Christianity is the religion with the largest number of professed adherents, followed by Islam and Hinduism. These statistics show the number of professed adherents of the major world religions. In addition, approximately one billion...
Religion today
In the late 19th century and throughout most of the 20th century, the demographics of religion has changed a great deal. Some historically Christian countries, particularly those in Europe, have experienced a significant decline in...
Religion v/s science
According to the religious, knowledge can be gained from a religious leader, a sacred text, or personal revelation. It is not limited in scope and can try to answer any question. Some religious people maintain that knowledge obtained in...
Mahatama Gandhi's point of view on religion
Mahatma Gandhi who was born a Hindu wrote the following about religion in his autobiography The Story of My Experiments with Truth "Thus if I could not accept Christianity either as a perfect, or the greatest religion, neither was I...
Political power
Many questions surround the political notion of power with both positive and negative aspects attached to it. Generally, power is considered integral in politics and is the subject of a great deal of debate and definitions have evolved...
Politics
Politics is the process by which decisions are made within groups. Although the term is generally applied to behavior within governments, politics is also observed in all human group interactions, including corporate, academic, and...
classification of languages.
Genetic classification The world’s languages have been grouped into families of languages that are believed to have common ancestors. Typological classification An example of a typological classification is the...
Origins of human language
Origins of human language Scientists do not yet agree on when language was first used by humans (or their ancestors). Estimates range from about two million (2,000,000) years ago, during the time of Homo habilis, to as recently as...
Human languages
Human languages are usually referred to as natural languages, and the science studying them is linguistics. Making a principled distinction between one language and another is usually impossible. For example, the boundaries between...
Properties of language
Languages are not just sets of symbols. They also contain a grammar, or system of rules, used to manipulate the symbols. Language has grammar, which can manipulate the symbols to express clear and regular relationship. ...
Geographic distribution of English Language
English is the most widely learnt and used foreign language in the world, and as such, some linguists believe that it is no longer the exclusive cultural emblem of 'native English speakers', but rather a language that is absorbing...
History of the English language
For the 300 years following the Norman Conquest in 1066, the Norman kings and the high nobility spoke only a variety of French. A large number of Norman words were assimilated into Old English, with some words doubling for Old English...
English as a global language
Because English is so widely spoken, it has been referred to as a "global language". While English is not the official language in many countries, it is the language most often taught as a second language around the world. It is also, by...
English language
English is a West Germanic language that is spoken in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa and many other countries. English is now the third-most spoken...
Largest Language families
According to the numbers in Ethnologue[1], the largest language families in terms of number of languages are: Niger-Congo (1514 languages) Austronesian (1268 languages) Trans-New Guinea (564 languages) (validity disputed) ...
Language family
Language families can be divided into smaller phylogenetic units, conventionally referred to as branches of the family, because the history of a language family is often represented as a tree diagram. However, the term family is not...
The list of languages (World)
The list of languages (World) Abanyom Abaza Abkhaz or Abkhazian Abujmaria Achehnese Adamorobe Sign Language Adele Adyghe Afrikaans Agul Aimaq, or Barbari Aini Ainu Akan Akawaio (Carib) Akkadian (Semitic) (extinct)...
Government operations
Governments concern themselves with regulating and administering many areas of human activity, such as trade, education, medicine, entertainment, and war. Enforcement of power Governments use a variety of methods to maintain the...
External review
External review:- Some governments let external analysts review the operations and financials just like Wall Street analysts review public companies. An import element of that review is to hold regular, perhaps quarterly, public...
Social contract
Social contract One of the most influential theories of government in the past two hundred years has been the social contract, on which modern democracy and most forms of socialism are founded. The social contract theory holds that...
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