Tag Archives: Social Science Questions for Students

What is Ghazwa-e-Hind? Islam’s Prophetic War against India

Ghazwa-e-Hind

What every Indian should know about the Islamic doctrine that prophesizes Islamic rule over India and the conversion of all Hindus to Islam As per Tarek Fatah: The issue of ‘Ghazwa-e-Hind’ (Islam’s Prophetic War against India) came up for discussion on my new talk show in India on Zee News. Two facts emerged: First Islamic clerics didn’t wish to discuss …

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How many brother did Lord Rama have?

Rama Navami

Lord Rama had three brothers; Lakshman, Shatrughna and Bharata. Dasharatha was a descendant of Raghu and was the father of Rama, the heroic prince of the Ramayana and an avatara of the god Vishnu according to Hindu tradition. Dasharatha had three wives namely, Kaushalya, Sumitra and Kaikeyi. Rama was the son of Kaushalya, Lakshman and Shatrughna were the sons of …

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गणेश चतुर्थी उत्सव का आरंभ कब और कैसे हुआ

गणेश चतुर्थी उत्सव का आरंभ कब और कैसे हुआ

गणेश चतुर्थी उत्सव का आरंभ: अष्टसिद्धि दायक गणपति सुख-समृद्धि, यश-एेश्वर्य, वैभव, संकट नाशक, शत्रु नाशक, रिद्धि-सिद्धि दायक, ऋणहर्ता, विद्या-बुद्धि-ज्ञान तथा विवेक के प्रतीक माने जाते हैं। शिव पुराण के अनुसार गणेशावतार भाद्रपद के कृष्णपक्ष की चतुर्थी के दिवस पर हुआ था। शिव – पार्वती ने उन्हें अपनी परिक्रमा लगाने से प्रसन्न होकर सर्वप्रथम पूजे जाने का आशीष दिया था जो …

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What is significance of 3 golden balls in Europe?

What is significance of 3 golden balls in Europe?

The pawnbrokers’ symbol is three spheres suspended from a bar. The three sphere symbol is attributed to the Medici family of Florence, Italy, owing to its symbolic meaning of Lombard. This refers to the Italian province of Lombardy, where pawn shop banking originated under the name of Lombard banking. The three golden spheres were originally the symbol which medieval Lombard …

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Why February have 28 days and July & August 31 days?

Indian Festival Calendar

According to a popular legend, July was named after Julius Caesar and hence it had 31 days. Later, when Augustus Caesar took over the Roman Empire, he wanted August, the month named after him, to have 31 days as well. Hence, the two extra days were taken from February, which was then left with 28 days. However, some historians don’t …

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