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What is International Mother Language Day?

Celebrated on February 21st, International Mother Language Day recognizes the importance of linguistic diversity and promotes the preservation and promotion of mother languages. Discover the significance of International Mother Language Day, a global observance that promotes multilingualism and cultural diversity. Learn how this day is celebrated in India, a country known for its rich linguistic heritage.

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Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj: A Visionary Warrior King

Among the extraordinary figures from our nation’s history is Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, a legendary warrior and the founder of the Maratha Empire in Western India. Born on February 19, 1630, in the hill fort of Shivneri near Pune, Maharashtra, his birth anniversary is celebrated with great enthusiasm and reverence every year. In this comprehensive blog post, we will delve into the life of Shivaji Maharaj, explore his military campaigns, remarkable achievements, emphasis on religious tolerance, and the significance of his birth anniversary celebrations.

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Celebration: The Central Agricultural Research Institute, Bhopal

In the heart of India, nestled in the city of Bhopal, stands a beacon of agricultural research and innovation – the Central Agricultural Research Institute (CARI). Established on February 15, 1976, this institute has been the cornerstone of agricultural advancements in the country for nearly five decades.

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Tribute to Gopal Krishna Gokhale: Visionary Leader and Mentor

February 19th marks the death anniversary of Gopal Krishna Gokhale, a prominent figure in India’s history and a key influencer in the Indian independence movement. Born on May 9, 1866, in the Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra, Gokhale played a crucial role in shaping the political landscape of India during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. On this day, let us pay homage to his life and contributions.

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The Life and Journey of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu

Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, also known as Gauranga, was a 16th-century saint and social reformer who played a significant role in the Bhakti movement in India. Born on February 18th, 1486, in Nabadwip, West Bengal, he is revered by millions for his teachings and devotion to Lord Krishna. As we celebrate his birth anniversary, let’s delve into the life and journey of this remarkable spiritual leader.

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Remarkable Life of Ramakrishna Paramhansa

Ramakrishna Paramhansa, born in 1836, was a renowned spiritual leader and mystic from India. His life and journey were marked by profound spiritual experiences and teachings that continue to inspire millions of people around the world. From his early devotion to the Devi (Goddess), to his encounters with disciples like Swami Vivekananda, Ramakrishna’s life holds immense significance in shaping Indian spirituality and society.

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The remarkable life of J Krishnamurthi

Jiddu Krishnamurti, often referred to as J Krishnamurthy, was a renowned Indian philosopher, speaker, and writer. Born on May 11, 1895, in Madanapalle, Andhra Pradesh, he went on to become one of the most influential spiritual teachers of the 20th century. As we celebrate his Punyatithi on february 17th, it is important to reflect upon his life and the lasting impact he has had on people around the world.

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Jan Nayak Karpoori Thakur: from Humble Beginnings to Bharat Ratna

From a humble village in Bihar to the highest civilian honor in India, the journey of Karpoori Thakur is a testament to the power of determination and dedication. Known as ‘Jan Nayak’ or ‘People’s Leader’, Thakur’s relentless fight for social justice and the upliftment of marginalized communities has left an indelible mark on India’s political and social landscape. In this blog post, we explore the life and legacy of this Bharat Ratna recipient, whose contributions continue to inspire generations

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A Homage to Vasudev Balwant Phadke

As we celebrate Vasudev Balwant Phadke’s death anniversary on February 17th, let us remember his unwavering courage and dedication towards our nation’s independence. His legacy continues to inspire generations even today.