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Learn the significance of festivals like Magh Purnima. Through captivating narratives, young listeners can learn about the customs and rituals associated with this auspicious day, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation for Indian culture and traditions.
Learn who was Sir C V Raman, what were his contributions, and why February 28th, his birth anniversary is celebrated as National Science Day in India.
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On the occasion of the Punyatithi of Veer Savarkar on February 25th, let us take a moment to delve into the life and achievements of this remarkable figure in India’s freedom struggle. Veer Savarkar, also known as Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, was a multifaceted personality who played a significant role in shaping the course of Indian history. His contributions to the freedom movement and his efforts to secure independence from Portuguese rule are worth acknowledging and celebrating.More »Veer Savarkar: Life and Legacy of a Freedom Fighter
Fairy tales have enchanted people across cultures for centuries with their fanciful stories filled with magic, adventure, and lessons about life. Every year on February 26, story lovers around the world celebrate the wonder of fairy tales on National Tell a Fairy Tale Day.More »Celebrate Magic of Parikatha Podcast with National Tell a Fairy Tale Day
On February 27th, India bows its head in solemn remembrance of Chandrashekhar Azad, a luminary of the Indian independence movement, on his death anniversary. Known affectionately as the “Hero of Kakori,” Azad’s fearless defiance against British colonial rule and his ultimate sacrifice for the motherland have cemented his place in the annals of history as a symbol of indomitable courage and relentless pursuit of freedom.More »Chandrashekhar Azad: The Indomitable Spirit of a National Hero
The Battle of Karnal, which took place in 1739, was a significant event in the history of Bharat (India). It was fought between the forces of Nadir Shah, the ruler of Persia (modern-day Iran), and the Mughal Empire, led by Emperor Muhammad Shah. It was a clash of powers that shaped the political landscape of the subcontinent. In this article, we will explore the warring parties, the circumstances leading to the battle, the course of the conflict, the eventual victor, the aftermath, and the enduring significance of this pivotal battle.More »Battle of Karnal with Nadir Shah and Aftermath
Anant Pai, fondly known as Uncle Pai, was a visionary and the driving force behind the iconic Indian comic book series, Amar Chitra Katha. On his Punyatithi, let us take… More »Remembering Anant Pai of Amar Chitra Katha on his Punyatithi