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Madan Mohan Malaviya Biography for Students

Madan Mohan Malaviya Biography for Students and Children

Born On: December 25, 1861 Born In: Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India Died On: November 12, 1946 Career: Politician, Freedom Fighter & Educationist Nationality: Indian Mahatma considered him as an elder brother and would refer to him as “Maker of India”. Jawahar Lal Nehru called him “a great soul, one of those who laid the foundation of modern Indian Nationalism”. He …

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जनम जनम का साथ है निभाने को: हसरत जयपुरी

Karwa Chauth Bollywood Love Song जनम जनम का साथ है निभाने को

जनम जनम का साथ है निभाने को सौ सौ बार मैने जनम लिये – 2 प्यार अमर है दुनिया में, प्यार कभी नहीं मरता है मौत बदन को आती है, रूह का जलवा रहता है जनम जनम का साथ है निभाने को सौ सौ बार मैने जनम लिये – 2 ओ शहज़ादी सपनों की इतनी तू हैरान न हो मैं …

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2017 Gogamedi Fair – Celebration, Relevance, Legends

Gogamedi Fair

India is a land of celebrations. Rarely will you come across lively people across the globe that worship animals and sing hymns in their praise. However, India is an exception and you will find such people in Gogamedi. Gogamedi is located in district of Hanumangarh and is located some 395 km from the capital city of Jaipur in Rajasthan. Gogamedi …

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Bundi Utsav: Festival Celebration, Events, Attractions

Bundi Utsav

Bundi, one of the most attractive, beautiful locations in the Hadoti district Rajasthan comes alive during the Bundi Utsav held in the month of November-December every year. Bundi Utsav is a spectacular culmination of traditional art, culture and craftsmanship which surprises every visitor with its grandeur. Music, dance, sports, sightseeing, competitions and many other events organized by the Rajasthan State …

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Bangla Sahib Gurudwara: New Delhi Sikh Shrine

Bangla Sahib Gurudwara: New Delhi Sikh Shrine

Bangla Sahib Gurudwara is one of the most famous holy shrines of the Sikhs. It is located near the bustling Connaught Place, New Delhi. This towering and spacious gurudwara was once a palace but was later transformed into a shrine in memory of Guru Har Kishan, for his selfless service to humanity and fearlessness. The gurudwara, with its golden dome …

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लाखों तारे आसमां में, एक मगर ढूँढे ना मिला – हसरत जयपुरी

लाखों तारे आसमां में, एक मगर ढूँढे ना मिला - हसरत जयपुरी

लाखों तारे आसमां में, एक मगर ढूँढे ना मिला देख के दुनिया की दिवाली, दिल मेरा चुपचाप जला –२ किस्मत का हैं नाम मगर, काम हैं ये दुनिया वालों का फूँक दिया हैं चमन हमारे ख़्वाबों और खयालों का जी करता हैं खुद ही घोंट दें, अपने अरमानों का गला देख के दुनिया की दिवाली, दिल मेरा चुपचाप जला –२ …

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Flute Player – Short Story By Ruskin Bond

Flute Player - Short Story By Ruskin Bond

Down the main road passed big yellow buses, cars, pony-drawn tongas, motorcycles and bullock-carts. This steady flow of traffic seemed, somehow, to form a barrier between the city on one side of trunk road, and the distant sleepy villages on the other. It seemed to cut India in half – the India Kamla knew slightly, and the India she had …

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Jashn-e-Rekhta – Festival celebrating Urdu

A fortnight ago, when Delhi was abuzz with much activity following the Jawaharlal Nehru University fiasco, a small number of people were quietly trying to bring different communities together through Jashn-e-Rekhta. The Urdu festival, in its second edition at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, was organised for those who knew Urdu, wanted to know Urdu, loved it or …

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