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  • Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

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    Date of Birth : October 31, 1875 Birth Place : Nadiad town, Gujarat Early Life spent in : Karamsad, Petlad and Nadiad. Parents : Father Jhaverbhai, a farmer, and mother LaadBai, a simple lady Wife : Jhaberaba, who passed away at a very early age Children : Daughter Maniben (Born in 1904); Son Dahyabhai (Born in 1905) Death: December 15, 1950 Vallabhbhai

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  • Badminton

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    Badminton is a sport that has been around since the 16th century. The sport is played indoors and the pinnacle comes from its Olympic events. The sport is very popular in Asian countries such as China and India with these countries leading the way by producing some of the world’s best players. Object of the

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  • You Are What You Write

    You Are What You Write0

    We all are pretty aware that no two people can walk in similar way, eat in the same style and sit in the same way. Similarly, there are no two identical handwritings observed on this planet. One’s handwriting is an externalisation of vibrant activity going on inside your mind. So, you write the way you

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  • Take a Journey to Medieval India by Exploring Ajanta Ellora Caves

    Take a Journey to Medieval India by Exploring Ajanta Ellora Caves0

    In 1819, Jon Smith, who belonged to the 28th Cavalry accidentally chanced upon the horse-shoe shaped rock while hunting a tiger in and around the Deccan Plateau region unraveling the mystery of the Ajanta and Ellora caves near Aurangabad. The rock hewn architecture of the shrines sculpted between 2nd century BC and the 8th century AD attract

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  • Small Aim is a Crime, Work for a Great Vision

    Small Aim is a Crime, Work for a Great Vision0

    It was on July 27, 2015 a great visionary named Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, Bharat Ratna, People’s President and accomplished missile scientist entered glory. One year is over since his separation from India. What he left behind is his legacy his Vision 2020 for which he wanted co-operation from everyone and sweat to

  • Sky Is No Limit

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    Indian students have set their sights high. They are venturing into uncharted territory where no student has gone before – space exploration. The Indian Space Research Organization is collaborating with academic institutions as part of its Small Satellites project for a decade. Today the students design, fabricate, test and deliver small satellites to the premier

  • Nourishing Souls

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    Realizing the significance of a river as the life sustaining force, the Hindus worship it in the form of Pushkar or Pushkara once in every twelve years. It is believed that gods and sages take holy dip to purify the rivers so that pilgrims would be relieved from all sins, and perform rituals to departed

  • Nourish body, mind and soul

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    December 11, 2014, is a red letter day for Yoga practitioners and enthusiasts around the world. It was on this day, the United Nations proclaimed June 21 as the International Day of Yoga after it was endorsed by a record 175 member states.

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  • You Are What You Write

    You Are What You Write0

    We all are pretty aware that no two people can walk in similar way, eat in the same style and sit in the same way. Similarly, there are no two identical handwritings observed on this planet. One’s handwriting is an externalisation of vibrant activity going on inside your mind. So, you write the way you

  • Seven Wonders of Writing

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    Observe the Coincidence! Letter ‘w’ stands for writing and wonder too. It’s no wonder that writing is a wonder. As world has seven wonders, Writing too. If your handwriting is being appreciated by other, it means you are observing all the essential factors of standard writing. 1. You are holding your writing instrument with three

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  • Take a Journey to Medieval India by Exploring Ajanta Ellora Caves

    Take a Journey to Medieval India by Exploring Ajanta Ellora Caves0

    In 1819, Jon Smith, who belonged to the 28th Cavalry accidentally chanced upon the horse-shoe shaped rock while hunting a tiger in and around the Deccan Plateau region unraveling the mystery of the Ajanta and Ellora caves near Aurangabad. The rock hewn architecture of the shrines sculpted between 2nd century BC and the 8th century AD attract

  • Quit India Movement

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    The Quit India Movement was a major milestone after the Salt Satyagraha in the history of Indian independence struggle. It was a civil disobedience movement launched in August 1942 with Gandhiji’s call for immediate independence. It is also known as the Bharat Chodo Andolan or the August Kranti. This historical movement played out in the

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  • What is Communication
    What is Communication0

    The word communication comes from the Latin ‘communicare’ meaning “to share or transmit, “It is one of the easiest word but difficult to explain or even express, years of research found it’s an art of conveying message effectively by taking positive feedback. Broadly speaking there are three types of Communications, Verbal, Non-Verbal and Written, above

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  • Mantra for success and happiness
    Mantra for success and happiness0

    Life is like a sea of possibilities. Some takes out pearls and some find fishes, but a majority comes out of this sea with only wet legs.

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  • MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE !
    MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE !0

    Most people have a vague abstract concept of what they want. I want to be successful, I want to be thin or I just want my child to stop troubling me!

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  • IF YOU SPEAK,  YOU CAN SPEAK
    IF YOU SPEAK, YOU CAN SPEAK0

    It is important to know that English can’t be studied like science or social. English has to be studied for the purpose of acquiring communication skills.

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