Know what history tells about Diwali- Festival of Lamps

There are so many festivals celebrated in India. India is a country of festivals where almost all festivals are celebrated with great love and peace. People greet each other on these days and share love and blessings. The festivals are made to free up the person from the busy life and for fun. Diwali is great festival of Hindus it is celebrate with great love in all over the country. it is the festival of light. People say that we celebrate Diwali because on that day god ram return from lanka and the people of ayodhya welcomed him by lightning small lamps so as honor to lord Ram and also to conquer darkness we celebrate this festival. Diwali is the symbol of the victory of the forces of good over evil.

The Spartans – Never deterred soldiers

In ancient Greece, the great rival of Athens was Sparta. Sparta was a town in southern Greece. It was already there in the Late Bronze Age, and appears in Homer’s Odyssey as the kingdom of Menelaus and Helen. During the Dark Ages, Sparta declined like other Greek towns. In the early Archaic period, around 900 BC, Sparta began to grow again. Although most Greek towns got rid of their kings at this time, the Spartans kept their kings.

Know what is the secret behind the Pyramids

Pyramids are structures that appear to be great triangles. That’s because they are formed with triangular surfaces. A pyramid may have 4 or 5 sides, since the base can be either square or triangular. The most familiar pyramids have a square base and 4 triangular sides that come together in a point at the top. Other pyramids have a flat top as roof.

A great Indian mathematician-astronomer – Aryabhatta

Aryabhatta is the first of the great astronomers of the classical age of India. He was born in Kerala, South India in 476 AD but later lived in Kusumapura, which his commentator Bhaskara I (629 AD) identifies with pataliputra (modern Patna) in Bihar. His first name “Arya” is hardly a south Indian name while “Bhatt” (or Bhatta) is a typical north Indian name even found today specially among the trader community. Aryabhata was an acclaimed mathematician-astronomer. He was born in Kusumapura (present day Patna) in Bihar, India. His contribution to mathematics, science and astronomy is immense, and yet he has not been accorded the recognition in the world history of science. At the age of 24, he wrote his famed “Aryabhatiya”.

A prime minister who changed the face of India- Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi, a leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), previously served as the Chief Minister of Gujarat state from 2001 to 2014. He is currently the Member of Parliament (MP) from Varanasi. Modi was previously Chief Minister of the western state of Gujarat from October 2001 through May 2014.

Tipu Sultan – The Tiger of Mysore

Tipu was born at Devanhalli, the son of Haidar Ali. Himself illiterate, Haidar was very particular in giving his eldest son a prince’s education and a very early exposure to military and political affairs. From the age of 17 Tipu was given independent charge of important diplomatic and military missions. He was his father’s right arm in the wars from which Haidar emerged as the most powerful ruler of southern India.In 1782, when Haidar died during the Second Anglo-Mysore War, Tipu was very effective in bringing the west coast under his control. After his accession, he continued the war until the English were forced to make peace with him. Tipu was instructed in military tactics by French officers in the employ of his father, Hyder Ali, who was the Muslim ruler of Mysore.