Saturday, March 6, 2021

Culture and History

The South American connection to Tagore’s armchair, lies about which were peddled by Congress to attack Amit Shah: Read details

Union Home Minister Amit Shah rubbished the allegations levelled by Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and stated that he did not sit on Rabindranath Tagore's chair

Fossils of world’s oldest animal Dickinsonia discovered inside Bhimbetka rock shelters in Madhya Pradesh

According to researchers, the Dickinsonia fossil found at the 'Auditorium Cave' at Bhimbetka dates back 570 million years.

What is a Hindu Temple Part 2: Their Symbolism and Vastu Shastra

Understanding Vastu Shashtra as a directional science and the various gods associated with it and discusses the foundation rites and rituals followed while constructing a temple.

Republic Day tableaus: Chants of Jai Shri Ram from UP and Allah hu Akbar from Delhi

Ram Mandir-themed tableau of Uttar Pradesh was one of the main attractions of R-Day parade.

Archaeologist BB Lal who led the excavation revealing existence of a temple at Ram Janmabhoomi site gets Padma Vibhushan

Professor BB Lal had discovered pillar bases immediately south to the Babri structure pointing at the existence of an ancient temple.

Here is why the Sikh regiment salutes twice during the Republic Day parade

In Delhi, Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib is built at the exact site where Guru Tegh Bahadur was executed.

In 2013, NCERT had admitted they have no documents to back claims on Qutab Minar made in textbooks

NCERT's reply to a 2013 RTI query says they have no documents or epigraphic evidence to back the claims made regarding the Qutab Minar in their history textbook.

Kerala state board Class 9 textbook distorts history, claims Abu al-Qasim Al-Zahwari was the ‘Father of Surgery’ instead of Sushrutha

Indian physician Sushrutha, who lived much earlier than Al-Zahwari, is considered to be the 'father of surgery'

ASI approves underwater research project to determine how and when the Ram Setu was formed

The research would be carried out to understand the nature and formation of the Ram Setu and its surrounding areas

World’s oldest known artwork is of a warty pig, found in Indonesia’s Sulawesi Islands

The warty pig cave painting located in Leang Tedongnge cave in Sulawesi Island is believed to be created by humans using red ochre pigment.

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