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Battle of Karnal with Nadir Shah and Aftermath

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.

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Printers Day: Celebrating the Art of Printing

Printing Day is observed on February 24th every year to commemorate the invention of the printing press by Johannes Gutenberg in 1440. This day celebrates the art of printing and recognizes its role in preserving cultural heritage, spreading knowledge, promoting freedom of expression, and honoring print industry professionals. In India, World Printing Day is celebrated with book fairs, workshops, exhibitions, and showcasing ancient manuscripts and rare books. It serves as a reminder of the impact that printing has had on society and encourages us to appreciate the beauty and significance of printed materials in our digital age.

Celebrating Sant Gadge Baba Jayanti

Every year on February 23rd, Sant Gadge Baba’s birth anniversary is celebrated. Let us learn about his life and work. Sant Gadge Baba, also known as Debuji Zhingraji Janorkar, was a prominent social reformer and saint from Maharashtra, India. He dedicated his life to serving the poor and marginalized communities, promoting cleanliness, education, and social equality. His work continues to inspire millions of people even today.

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A Homage to Tatya Tope

Tatya Tope, also known as Ramachandra Pandurang Tope, was a prominent leader during the Indian War of Independence in 1857. Born on February 16th, his birth anniversary serves as a reminder of his significant contributions to the struggle for freedom in India. In this blog post, we will delve into the life and achievements of Tatya Tope, exploring his role in the war and the lasting legacy he left behind.

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What is the Gurupushyamrut Yog?

Discover the cultural and religious significance of Gurupushyamrut Yog, an auspicious celestial event in India. Learn about the rituals, devotion, and spiritual growth associated with this unique time of gratitude towards gurus. Join Gaathastory in celebrating this eternal bond between guru and disciple.

Remembering Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar

Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar, a name that resonates with scientific excellence and pioneering contributions in the field of Indian science. Born on February 21, 1894, in Bhera, Punjab (now in Pakistan), Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar went on to become one of India’s most renowned scientists. His exceptional work and dedication have left an indelible mark on the scientific community, making him a revered figure even today.

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