Bobbili fort | The war of paternal cousins leads to war of battle

October 11th, 2011 | Filed in In India

Bobbili is one of the Velma kingdoms in Andhra Pradesh. It is 60 km from vijayanagaram. These kings belong to the ‘padmanayaka Velma kingdom’. In 16th decade Sher Muhammad Khan, the Founder of the Nawab of Chic Cole granted the Rajam hunda to Pedda Rayudu in recognition of his services. As the result he took […]

Hotels serving Trunch Menu | Trunch is Light Food with Few Spices

October 7th, 2011 | Filed in In India

People in the cities are fond of food and they want new tastes every time. So, hotels are getting ready to entertain the people with different tastes. People in cities are habituated to brunch culture which is present in the foreign countries and recently, Trunch culture is also seen in the cities. They know the […]

CONGRESS SURAT SPLIT

October 3rd, 2011 | Filed in In India

The Partition of Bengal of 1905 left a profound impact on the political history ofIndia. This is the first Partition of congress. This partition is named as “Suratsplit”. It was on July 19, 1905 that Curzon went ahead with his partition plan. Within days, spontaneous protests were organized all overBengaland the boycott of British goods […]

Sufism was More Popular in India | Sufis are the Sub Division of Shias

September 30th, 2011 | Filed in In India

There were many rivalries in India by the time Sultan Kingdom was established in India. There were rivalries between the people after the division of them into Islam Shias and Sunnis. As the Delhi kings were Sultans and Sunnis, they used to support their people only. There was more number of rivalries in the Sindh […]

Facts about Chatrapati Shivaji | Shivaji Was Born In 1630

September 25th, 2011 | Filed in In India

People remember that they had studied about Shivaji in their history subject in their childhood. Few facts about Shivaji are given below. Shivaji was born on February 19th, 1630 in Shivneri Fort. Shivneri Fort is in Junnar near Pune and this place is one of the tourist attractions in Maharashtra. Shivaji belongs to Bhosle family […]

Karwa Chauth Celebration

August 21st, 2011 | Filed in In India

Karwa Chauth is a festival celebrated by mostly north Indian married women. It is believed that it gives strength to the women to fight even with God for the sake of their husbands. Fasting on the day of Karwa Chauth believed to bring fortune, long life and health to the husbands. The festival is celebrated […]

Karwa Chauth Story

August 19th, 2011 | Filed in In India

Karwa Chauth is a festival that is celebrated with great belief and faith by the married women of north India and north western India. Married women pray for long life of their husbands. They worship Goddess Gauri to bless them with blissful married life. In the evening women gather at a place and worship Gauri. […]