November 2020

Month

Indian civilisation has always considered trees to be a living being but Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose was the first scientist in the world to prove that they are living being by detecting the nervous response of plant tissues.
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On the occasion of National Law Day, we ponder over the question of the meaning of humanity, and liberty for different civilisations and communities. While assessing if our constitution recognises our thousands of years old civilsation.
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गुरु तेग़ बहादुर भारत के महान सिख संप्रदाय के नौवे गुरु थे | विश्व इतिहास में धर्म एवं मानवीय मूल्यों, आदर्शों एवं सिद्धांत की रक्षा के लिए प्राणों की आहुति देने वालों में गुरु तेग बहादुर साहब का नाम अद्वितीय है | गुरु तेग़ बहादुर सिखों के छठें गुरू हरगोबिन्द जी के पुत्र थे |
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Chhath Puja is Vedic festival of great cultural and spiritual significance celebrated in Bihar, UP, Jharkhand, Nepal and their diaspora across the globe. This festival is about worshipping Sun and Goddess Chhath for bestowing life on planet earth.
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The story of Rani Lakshmibai’s life is both unconventional and inspiring. The Rani born in a Brahmin family who was married to a king. She led a historic battle against the British with an army of both men and women.
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Bhai Dooj or Bhratri Dwitiya brings yet another joyful day of celebrations during this exuberant festive month. Celebrated all across India and Nepal with varying names and rituals, Bhai Dooj is an avowal of family values and affection between brothers and sisters.
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World Diabetes Day was coined together by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) in 2006, and since then, it has been celebrated every year on November 14th.
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Thrayodashi, known as Dhan Teras, Dhanvantari Day or Dhanya Thrayodashi. They all have different significance. Dhanteras is the day on which lord Dhanvatri appeared during Samudra Manthan with the knowledge of Ayurveda and nectar.
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