Economic history of India
The known Economic history of India begins with the Indus Valley civilization. The Indus civilization's economy appears to have depended significantly on trade, which was facilitated by advances in tr...
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History of education in India
The history of education in the South Asia began with teaching of traditional elements such as Indian religions, Indian mathematics, Indian logic at early Hindu and Buddhist centres of learning such a...
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Linguistic history of India
The languages of the Indian Subcontinent are divided into various language families, of which the Indo-Aryan languages and the Dravidian languages are the most widely spoken. There are also many lang...
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Military history of India
The earliest known reference to armies in what today is India are millennia ago in the Vedas and the epics Ramayana and Mahabaratha. From the ancient period to the 19th century, a succession of powerf...
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History of the Republic of India
The history of the Republic of India began on 26 January 1950. The country became an independent nation within the British Commonwealth on 15 August 1947. Concurrently the Muslim-majority northwest an...
History of science and technology in the Indian subcontinent
The history of science and technology in the Indian Subcontinent begins with prehistoric human activity at Mehrgarh, in present-day Pakistan, and continues through the Indus Valley Civilization to ea...
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History of the Indian Air Force
The history of the Indian Air Force began with its establishment in 1932 and continues up to the present day.
The Indian Air Force was established in British India as an auxiliary air force of the...
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Bombay Burmah Trading Corporation
The Bombay Burmah Trading Corporation Limited (often simply called the "Bombay Burmah Trading Company") was formed in 1863 by the Wallace Brothers. The Corporation was originally formed as a public co...
Kos Minar
The Kos Minars or Mile Pillars are medieval milestones that were made by the 16th-century Afghan Ruler Sher Shah Suri and later on by Mughal emperors. These Minars were erected by the Mughal Emperors ...
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Apabhraṃśa
Apabhraṃśa (Sanskrit: अपभ्रंश, [əpəbʱrə̃ˈɕə], Prakrit: Avahansa) is a term used by vyākaraṇin (native grammarians) since Patañjali to refer to the dialects prevalent in North India before the rise...
Greater East Asia Conference
The Greater East Asia Conference (大東亜会議, Dai Tōa Kaigi) was an international summit held in Tokyo from 5 to 6 November 1943, in which Japan hosted leading politicians of various component memb...
Blatter Herbarium
The Blatter Herbarium, in St. Xavier's College, Bombay, is a major Herbarium in India. It is listed in the Index Herbariorum, published by the International Association for Plant Taxonomy and New York...
History of Indian cuisine
The history of South Asian cuisine, which consists of the cuisines of modern-day India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal, is rich and diverse. As a land that has experienced extensive immigra...
Hindustan
Hindustan (Hindi: हिन्दुस्तान ; Urdu: ہندوستان‎ ;  pronunciation ), Hindustān [ɦɪnd̪ʊˈst̪aːn]), is a popular Persian origin geographic term for the northern/northwes...
Kala pani (taboo)
The Kala Pani (literally, black water) represents the taboo of the sea in Indian culture. According to this taboo, crossing the seas causes the loss of one's varna status.
The offense of crossing ...
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Yantra Mantra
The Jantar Mantar is an equinoctial sundial, consisting a gigantic triangular gnomon with the hypotenuse parallel to the Earth's axis. On either side of the gnomon is a quadrant of a circle, parallel...
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The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and Burma
The Fauna of British India (short title) with long titles including The Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma, The Fauna of British India including the remainder of the Oriental Region is...
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Punkawallah
In India and Pakistan, a punkhawallah or punkha wala (Hindustani: पङ्खा वाला, pangkhā vālā) is a manual fan operator. A punkah is a type of ceiling fan used in the Indian subcontinent before the ele...
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Maithili Karna Kayasthak Panjik Sarvekshan
Maithil Karna Kayasthak Panjik Sarvekshan (A Survey of the Panji of the Karan Kayasthas of Mithila) is a book written by Binod Bihari Verma in Maithili. It is a research study on the available ancient...
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