• General,  People

    LG Announces The Stylus 2 Before Their Event At MWC

    When LG unveiled their G4 Stylus device last year, the world was very intrigued by it and so, it led to the planning and development of another device that comes with a stylus for better and more accurate performance. Today, that planning and development has shone through in the announcement of the LG Stylus 2. The device has been announced before the much awaited event that is set to take place this month; the Mobile World Congress 2016, and further and in-depth details of the device will be released later but LG has already given us quite a bit to run on in the latest smartphone news and it looks…

  • Admission,  People

    Top 5 Must Have Study Apps For Today’s Students

    These days, students are using different mobile applications not only for entertainment but also for studying. Both Android and Apple provide plenty of apps for college students that can be very useful and informative if you want to boost your studying process as well keep up with the times. Below, we have mentioned top 5 must have study apps for college students. 1.      Exam Vocabulary Builder Do you know that more than 6 million users who have used their Exam Vocabulary Builder app to improve English vocabulary, whether for college freshman/ graduate entrance exams or for language proficiency? Yes, it is true. This app uses “spaced repetition” to help with…

  • Mahavir Jayanthi

    Mahavir Jayanthi

    Mahavir Jayanthi is one of the popular festivals which marks the birthday of Lord Mahavira, founder of the Jain religion. Lord Mahavir was born on 13th day of Chaitra which might be either 599BC or 615BC.  The term ‘Jain’ was derived from the word ‘Jina’, which means right faith & right knowledge. It works on the principle of karma theory. It teaches the mankind to live an austere life. The Jain devotees do not hurt or harm even a fly. They treat every living being in this world equally. Some of the followers used to cover their mouth through tiny cotton clothes to ensure that even a single germ doesn’t…

  • Parashuram Jayanti

    Parashuram Jayanti

    Parashuram Jayanti is celebrated on the Mark of his birthday.  Lord Parashuram was born on Vaishakh Shukla Tritiya which means the 3rd day of Shukla Paksha.  He is considered as 6th Avatar of Lord Vishnu. He was born to Sage Jamdagni and Renuka. He father was a great sage of Bhrigu dynasty and he was the 5th son of his parents.  Lord Parashuram had 4 elder brothers named Vishwa, Vishwavasu, Sushen, and Ramanvant.  Parashuram was a great devotee of Lord Shiva who created the Universe. He had the massive knowledge of anything in the world. He was not just a sage but also a great warrior. He worked for the…

  • rabindranath tagore jayanti

    Rabindranath Tagore

    Rabindranath Tagore was a popular Bengali writer who reshaped Bengali Music & architecture. He is better known for his work ‘Gitanjali’, sensitive and beautiful verse. He was the first European to hold the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913. Most of his poetic songs are fresh, sensitive, spiritual and Mercurial. He is also called ‘the Bard of Bengal’. When he was 8, he learned to write poems. He published his first poem at his 16th age. He filmed short stories with his own poems and published in 1877. Interestingly, it was quite popular during that period. He was against the British government and involved in the freedom struggle. As an…

  • Dr. B.R Ambedkar Jayanti
    Holidays,  People

    Dr. B.R Ambedkar Jayanti

    To remember the birth Anniversary of Dr. B.R Ambedkar, Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated on April 14 every year. Dr. Ambedkar was a political genius who tried to make this world a better place. He was born in Mhow on 14th April 1891. His family belonged to Dalit caste. His father worked in the British East India Company. He was not from a rich family background. He was not permitted to sit in the classroom due to this depressed caste. D.r Babasaheb Ambedkar completed his schooling at the Elphinstone High School. He went to Mumbai and completed his graduation in economics & political science from the Elphinstone College. He also holds…

  • mahatma gandhi jayanti
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    Mahatma Gandhi

    Mahatma Gandhi is known  as the “Father of the Nation.”  He has traveled a long way which led to attain the independence of the country. Starting from being a Civil Rights activist in 1893 in South Africa and spending 21 years in the country, he was the motivator behind ‘Satyagraha’ movement and many other revolutionary activities.  Mahatma Gandhi led the way to nonviolent protest and urged them to leave India thereby making the country independent.  Indian attained ‘Purna Swaraj’ after gaining independence. He joined Congress in 1915 and returned to India. Gandhi was conferred the title Mahatma by Rabindranath Tagore. Gandhi played an important part when India faced hard days…

  • Guru Ravidas

    Guru Ravidas

    Born in the year 1376 in a village named Kanshi. His family was a Harijan family and his father’s name was SantokhDass and Mother’s name was Kalsa Devi. His family was considered as untouchable. Saint Ravidas is the contemporary of Kabirdas. He was the founder of the Bhakti Movement. He was a great philosopher, saint, social reformer, poet and an ardent devotee of God. He was a devout and was also referred to as Bhagat. He played a very important role in the NirgunaSampradaya and also towards the unity of Hindus and Muslims. He spent his entire life fighting for the injustice being levied on people on the basis of…

  • Shaheedi Diwas

    Shaheedi Diwas of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru & Sukhdev

    It was on 23rd of March 1931 that Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were punished by the British for their apparent connection in the murder of John Saunders. This punishment was the capital punishment or the death punishment. This is the reason why we celebrate 23rd of March every year as Martyr’s day. These heroes of Indian freedom struggle laid down their lives for the independence of their motherland. Even today their actions and their enthusiasm provides an inspiration to many people across the country. These are not only the popular freedom fighters but also they made an impact on the minds of people which even Mahatma Gandhi and other…

  • Maharishi Valmiki

    Maharishi Valmiki

    Maharishi Valmiki is a famous poet who was a master of Sanskrit literature. He is popularly known as the writer of the famous poem Ramayana. Ramayana is taught in various religious school in India and it also forms the base of Hinduism. The original poem written by Maharishi Valmiki consists of 24 thousand shlokas along with 7 cantos. Story of Ramayana As per the statistics, the poem Ramayana was composed by Maharishi Valmiki is exactly 4.80 lakh words which are surely a huge number. Talking about Ramayana, it is a story of Lord Rama and his wife Sita. In the poem, Sita is abducted by Ravana and taken to present…