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- October 14, 2015
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 attractREAD MORE
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 theREAD MORE
Go back in time and meet a few of the people who made important discoveries in
the history of electricity.
In 1526, Babur, a Turk from central Asia, occupied Agra in northern India. He expanded his influence throughout the region and founded the Mughal Empire.READ MORE
In this enquiry we will be looking at the tools people used, homes and farming techniques. Use the links and information below to try and find out about these aspects.READ MORE
World War 2 is the biggest mass war known to man. It is an event that will be remembered in human history forever. So many people were killed and so many countries were involved.
This page contains some of the key facts about WW2.