Saturday, 26 September 2020

Folk Dances of Andhra and Telangana (#IndianFolkDances)(#AndhraPradesh)(#GeneralAwareness)(#compete4Exams)(#eduvictors)

 Folk Dances of Andhra and Telangana


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Kuchipudi 

One of the eight major Indian classical dances. 

Originated in a village named Kuchipudi in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.


Vilasini Natyam or Chinna Melam 

An Indian classical dance form. 



Andhra Natyam 

A classical dance form  

This traditional dance form has a history of 2000 years.

It was lost in the Mughal and British era.

Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Governor Generals and Viceroys of India (#IndiaHistory)(GeneralStudies)(#compete4exams)(#eduvictors)

 Governor Generals and Viceroys of India

Governor Generals and Viceroys of India (#IndiaHistory)(GeneralStudies)(#compete4exams)(#eduvictors)


Governors in India

1. Robert Clive (1757-1760 & 1765-1769)


2.Henry Vanisttart (1760-1765)


3. Cartier (1769-1772)



Governor Generals Of Bengal

1. Warren Hastings (1775-1784)


2. Lord Cornwallis (1786-1793)

Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Pre-Historic Period Quiz (Solved)(#eduvictors)(#HistoryQuiz)

 Pre-Historic Period Quiz

Pre-Historic Period Quiz (Solved)(#eduvictors)(#HistoryQuiz)



The following quiz help you memorise important points about Pre-Historic Age

First metal used by man -

Iron was brought (discovered) by -

Iron age began -

Excellent Mesolithic cave painting found in present Madhya Pradesh -

Earliest grown up cereals -


Saturday, 5 September 2020

Ancient Indian History: 10 POINTS ABOUT THE UPANISHADS (#upinashds)(#eduvictors)(#IndianHistory)(#vedanta)

 Ancient Indian History: 10 POINTS ABOUT THE UPANISHADS

Ancient Indian History: 10 POINTS ABOUT THE UPANISHADS (#upinashds)(#eduvictors)(#IndianHistory)(#vedanta)
Image Credits: Ms Sarah Welch (commons.wikimedia.org)


1. The Upanishads are commonly referred to as Vedānta. These are philosophical texts. that represent the spiritual core of Hinduism. 


2. It is believed that the Upanishads were composed by saints between 800 B.C. and 500 B.C.


3. Word Upanishad is a combination of 2 Sanskrit words - ‘upa’ and 'nishad' meaning to sit down near someone (Guru) and attain secret knowledge.