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Independence Day Facts That Every Indian Must Know

On 15th August 2022, India celebrated its 76th Independence Day. It means that it has been 75 years since India gained its freedom from the colonial... Read More

Central Police Organisation CPO

About the Examination The Staff Selection Commission conducts the SSC CPO examination on yearly basis for the selection of the... Read More

Intelligence Bureau Recruitment 2022 on Deputation

About Intelligence Bureau Intelligence bureau is India’s domestic internal security and counter-intelligence agency under Ministry of... Read More

Nutrition in Plants

We know that food is essential for all living organisms. Carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals are components of food. These... Read More

Light, Shadows and Reflections

Light is a form of energy which helps us in seeing objects through our eyes. When light falls on an object, some of the... Read More

Body Movements

The framework of the body which is made up of bones and cartilage is termed as skeleton. The human skeleton is that the... Read More

Motion and Measurement of Distances

Motion is a mechanism during which a thing is carried from one place to another. In ancient times man used to move only on foot and carry... Read More

10 Surprising Facts about Heart You May Not Have Known

Did you know that Heart has the strongest muscles in your body? It is because it needs to pump around 2000 gallons of blood every day through a... Read More

The Living Organisms Characteristics and Habitats

Earth has different kinds of regions. These regions have different temperature and climate. As a result, there are different kinds of... Read More

A teaspoon of salt....or two

Two papers published in 2021 have shown that salt substitution can help reduce blood pressure and improve all-cause mortality. Both studies were... Read More

Judicial Activism in India | Comparison with Judicial Restraint and affect on Separation of Power

An active role is played by the judiciary through judicial activism when the executive and legislature become insensitive to serve the needs of... Read More

Gupta Age Art and Architecture

The emergence of Gupta Empire is called as the Golden Age of Indian Architecture. The temple architecture, Buddhist architecture and cave... Read More

Temple Architecture and its Types

Different styles of Temples found in India are: Nagara in North Dravida in South Vesara –... Read More

Inflation and Types of Inflation

\r\n Well,\r\nthat ‘Mehengai’ is Inflation. \r\n \r\n \r\n Inflation refers to rising trends in general price level of goods and... Read More

List of 40 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India

Recently in 2021, Dholavira (Gujarat) and Ramappa Temple (Telangana) were added to the list under the ‘Cultural’ category of... Read More

Indian Agriculture

Agriculture is the primary source of livelihood of India’s population.  As per 2018, agriculture employed more than... Read More


Narration is the process of recounting a sequence of events, real or imagined. It is usually used for storytelling. Here, two cases are formed,... Read More

Active and Passive Voice

The basic construction of a sentence in English grammar is: Subject + Verb + Object In Active voice subject performs the... Read More

Subject Verb Agreement

Subject – verb agreement is the most important topic of English grammar. The agreement between the subject of a sentence and the verb... Read More

Conditional Sentences

Conditional sentences describe a situation that must exist before something else can happen. It consists of two clauses:... Read More


A conjunction is a word which joins or connects similar types of words and phrases – Nouns with nouns Verbs with verbs... Read More


Articles – A/An, The. Equivalent to Adjective. Article only qualify a Noun; never... Read More


Adverb It is a word that can qualify all the parts of speech except noun, pronoun or interjection (exclamation). Adverbs modify... Read More


Preposition Prepositions demonstrate a relationship between their objects, which may be either nouns or pronouns, and another word in the... Read More

Question Tags

Question tags are interrogative fragments that turns a statement into a question. Example: Ram sues the bank,... Read More


Tenses play the most crucial part in English grammar. Learning the rules of tenses will help you taking the command over... Read More


What is Verb? Definition – Verb is a word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and it forms the main part of the... Read More


An adjective modifies a noun or pronoun. Adjectives may name all the qualities of a noun or pronoun i.e. Shape, size, colour, mood etc.... Read More


       Pronoun is used in place of a noun. The use of nouns again and again in the sentences will make it... Read More


The definition of Noun could be seen as: Noun is the name of a person, Place or a thing (emotions/feelings) Noun is a naming... Read More


English is a subject of language. And like any other language, there are basic rules of grammar that needs to be followed while learning any... Read More

Literature in India

The story of Indian Literature extends back over more than 5000 years. It includes the religious classics of... Read More

Languages in India

The Indian subcontinent consist of a number of separate linguistic communities each of which share a common language and culture. The... Read More

Schools of Philosophy

Indian philosophy, which has a distinctive character of its own, originated in the speculations of Vedic sages and reached its final fruition in... Read More

Religions in India - Jainism

India has been a land or spirituality, morality and faith. Many religions have thrived in India during same era. Even today people from... Read More

Criteria for Classical Language in India

In the year 2004, it was decided by the Government of India to declare Indian Languages meeting certain requirements as “Classical language”... Read More

Religions in India - Hinduism

India has been a land or spirituality, morality and faith. Many religions have thrived in India during same era. Even today people from... Read More

Indo-Islamic Architecture

In 13th Century, with the Turkish conquest of Northern India, Islamic rulers started settling in the Northern parts of India.... Read More

Religions in India - Buddhism

Buddhism is one of the major religions of the world. It originated from the Indian sub-continent and spread to the... Read More

Post-Mauryan Art and Architecture

After the decline of the Mauryan Empire, various rulers controlled vast Mauryan Empire. Such as In the... Read More

Temple Architecture - Dravidian Style

Basic Structure of Hindu Temple A gradual progression from the flat-roofed, monolithic temples to sculptured shikhara... Read More

Religions in India - Islam and Sufi Movement

The word islam means “submission to god”. It originated in the Arabian Peninsula in the 7th century... Read More

The Bhakti Movement

Origin of the word is Sanskrit word: ‘Bhaj’, meaning - to divide or share. Bhakti is generally understood as... Read More

Mauryan Art and Architecture

With the introduction of Buddhism and Jainism part of Shraman tradition against the varna and jati systems of the Hindu religion, major changes... Read More

Pre-Historic Rock Painting

The first discovery of rock paintings in 1867-68 by archaeologist Archibold Carlleyle. The most common sites of pre-historic times are: ... Read More

Arts Of Indus Valley

Two major sites of Indus Valley Civilisation: Harappa in North and Mohenjodaro in South These sites showcase... Read More

Indian Judiciary : The High Court of India

Article 214: There shall be a High Court in each state. The High Court stands at the head of the Judiciary in the State of India.... Read More


Demography is the statistical study (such as - births, deaths, income, or the incidence of disease) of human populations. Demographers use... Read More

Social Development

Social development is about improving the well-being of every individual in society so they can reach their full potential. The... Read More

Combined Higher Secondary Level

About The Exam The Staff Selection Commission holds a competitive examination every year for recruitment to the posts of Lower... Read More

Combined Graduate Level

About the Examination The Staff Selection Commission holds the Combined Graduate Level Examination on yearly basis for... Read More

Pre-Indus Valley Civilization

The Earth was formed around 4600 million years ago (mya) or 4.6 billion years ago (bya). Formation of earth took place in 4... Read More

Vedic India

The Vedic time is divided into two phases, these are: Rig Vedic (1500 BC – 1000 BC) Later Vedic (1000 BC –... Read More

Post Vedic Mahajanpadas

\r\n The\r\npost vedic phase started from the 600 BC onwards and ended in 321 BC. This\r\nphase was also called as the Second Urbanisation.... Read More

Post Mauryan Foreign and Indegenious Invasion

In this section, we will learn about the various foreign rulers that attacked India. Many foreigners came to India during this period and... Read More

SBI PO Exam | Eligibility Exam Pattern and Syllabus

State Bank of India conducts the exam of SBI PO regularly to elect eligible candidates for the post of Probationary Officer in various... Read More

Getting To Know Plants - Chapter 7

Earth is that the only planet in our solar system that has the viable conditions forever to exist. It's the main reason... Read More

Changes Around Us - Chapter 6

Changes occur everywhere around us. For example: our mother cooking food is changing the properties of the various... Read More

Simple Equations

An equation is a condition on a variable. A variable is something that can vary. It assumes different numerical values; its... Read More

Fractions and Decimals

The study of fractions includes proper, improper and mixed fractions as well as their addition and subtraction. We... Read More

Data Handling

In our day to day life, we see various kinds of tables which consist of numbers, figures, names, etc. These tables provide ‘Data’.... Read More

Separation of Substances

Meaning of Separation On a day-to-day basis, we are faced with various instances after we are required to separate substances from one... Read More

Sorting Materials Into Groups

There is a massive form of objects everywhere. All objects around us are made from one or more materials. A thing are... Read More

Fibre to Fabric

In this chapter, we will study about the different kinds of fibers and the fabrics made from such fibers. We will also learn about the... Read More


We have learnt about whole numbers and integers in previous class. Everyone know that integers form a bigger collection of... Read More

Basic Geometrical Ideas

Geometry has a long and rich history. The term ‘Geometry’ is the English equivalent of the greek word ‘Geometron’. The meaning of... Read More

Components of Food

Nutrients are substances that are needed by our body for correct growth and healthy body function. What are the assorted nutrients... Read More

Mauryan Dynasty (321 BC – 184 BC)

We will have a look at the foreign invasions, to understand how Mauryan created an empire over India. First invasion in 516... Read More

Anglo-Mysore Wars

Mysore had grown in a powerful state under Haider Ali. The British initiated a war with the Haider Ali so as to expand its... Read More

Playing With Numbers

A number is defined as an arithmetical value, expressed by a word, symbol, and figures. These numbers can be written in one digit, two... Read More

Whole Numbers

As we know, we use 1,2,3,4,.... when we begin to count. They come naturally when we start counting. Therefore, we... Read More

Know Our Numbers

Counting things is easy for us now. We can count objects in large numbers, eg: no. of students in the school, and represent them through... Read More

Anglo-Maratha Wars

Thought the Marathas had recovered from the Panipat War and even recovered their control over Delhi. But the Maratha Confederacy was... Read More

Subsidary Alliance Policy & Doctrine of Lapse

Sir Lee Warner described the entire relationship between the Indian States and the British power into 5 epochs (phases) in his book-... Read More

East India Company and Nawab of Bengal

“The French was searching the key of India in Madras. The British search the key of India in Bengal.” British opened their 1st... Read More

The Carnatic Wars

The French power was at its height in the first half of the 18th century. The Austrian War of Succession, which broke out... Read More

Food - Where does it come from?

For good health, growth, lot of energy, body functions. It helps within the growth of living organisms. It... Read More

Advent of Europeans

As trade of both the company and of private individuals in Asia grew in the first half of the 18th century, Indian rulers came under increasing... Read More

Number System

The number system is the basis of entire basic numeracy. Most of its content is already been studied at school level. Almost one-fifth of every... Read More

Will Our Immunity to Covid-19 be lifelong or short-lived?

Will our immunity to COVID-19 be lifelong or short-lived? Some diseases, like the measles, infect us once and usually grant us immunity... Read More

Fundamental Rights and their Significance

The Simon Commission and the Joint Parliamentary committee, which were responsible for the Government of India Act, 1935 (the main source of... Read More

The Nervous System

All animals respond according to the environment surrounding them. For example, if it is cold outside, the body itself... Read More

Excretory System in Humans and Plants

Organisms get rid of the gaseous wastes generated through respiration. But other metabolic activities that generate nitrogenous materials are... Read More

Transportation in Plants

Plants take water and minerals from the soil through the roots and transport it to the leaves. The leaves prepare food for the plant, using... Read More

Transportation in Human Beings - Circulatory System

All organisms need food, water and oxygen for the survival. They need to transport all these to different parts of the body. Animals also... Read More

The Respiratory System

Cell is the smallest structural and functional unit of an organism. Each cell performs certain functions such as nutrition,... Read More

Digestive System of Human Body

Animals get their food from plants either directly by eating plants or indirectly by eating animals that eat plants. Some animals eat both... Read More

Plant Morphology

Morphology means the study of forms and features of different parts of plants like leaves, roots, flower etc. In this article we will learn... Read More

Study of Tissues - Animal Tissues

The tissues that are present in the living organisms other than the plants are animal tissues. The types of animal tissues... Read More

Study of Tissues - Plant Tissues

We know that all the living organisms are made up of cells. Tissues are a cluster of cells in a part of body that perform a specialized... Read More

Food and Its Science

We are heterotrophs i.e. we cannot make our own food and need it from external source. And we definitely need food because it is our main source... Read More

Study of Cells - Cytology

The word cell is a latin word that means ‘little room’. In science, cell also denotes such a room where many components work together to... Read More

CLAT - UG 2021

The Under Graduate CLAT 2021 is a centralized National Level Entrance Test for admissions to 22 National Law Universities in India. The 12th... Read More

Classification of Livings

The scientific practice of identifying, naming and grouping of the living organisms is called classification. Therefore, it is nothing but... Read More

Reserve Bank of India

Reserve Bank of India RBI was established on 1st April 1935, with capital of 5 crore, on the recommendations of Hilton Young Committee,... Read More

Banking System in India

Banking system laid the foundation of economic development in India. The process of banking in India started in colonial era, when in 1970 Bank... Read More

Economic System of the World and India

Economic system or economic order is a set up according to which societies and government organizes means of production, resource allocation... Read More

National Income

National Income is the final output of all new goods and services a country produced in one year. A variety of measures including gross... Read More

20 Amazing Women in Science and Math

Some were hailed in their lifetime, others died unrecognized, but all were amazing. She wrote the world's first computer program — in... Read More

Ayurveda: Meaning & Misconceptions

What is Ayurveda? In literal sense, Ayurveda is ‘the knowledge of life’. Ayurveda is one of the most ancient systems of medicine... Read More

The Mughal Period from 1526AD to 1707AD Part II

The Mughals were originally Turks. They belonged to the Chagtai Tribe of the Turkish race. Original home of Mughals was Fergana in Central... Read More

Delhi Sultanate from 1206AD to 1526AD PartIII

The five dynasties which were founded subsequently after the Turkish invasion were collectively known as Delhi Sultanate. These... Read More

Delhi Sultanate from 1206AD to 1526AD Part I

The five dynasties which were founded subsequently after the Turkish invasion were collectively known as Delhi Sultanate. These... Read More

Delhi Sultanate from 1206AD to 1526AD PartII

The five dynasties which were founded subsequently after the Turkish invasion were collectively known as Delhi Sultanate. These... Read More

The Mughal Period from 1526AD to 1707AD Part I

The Mughals were originally Turks. They belonged to the Chagtai Tribe of the Turkish race. Original home of Mughals was Fergana in Central... Read More

The Mughal Period from 1526AD to 1707AD Part III

The Mughals were originally Turks. They belonged to the Chagtai Tribe of the Turkish race. Original home of Mughals was Fergana in Central... Read More

Muslim Invasion in India 7th century

 Earliest Muslims came in India at Kerala/Malabar for trade. These Muslims were Arabs and their language was Arabic, settled down in... Read More

The Rajput Period from 647 AD to 1200 AD

The ancient Indian history came to an end with the rule of Harsha and Pulakeshin II. After the death of Harsha to the 12th Century, the destiny... Read More

Economic Development

Under economic development, Economic well being of a nation, region, local community or an individual is measured with an objective of improving... Read More

Financial System of India

Indian Financial System is epicentre to the economic growth of the country. The prime function of Indian financial system is to mobilise savings... Read More

Stock Exchanges of India

Stock market is a type of secondary market where the transactions of old and existing shares and securities are made. About Shares ... Read More

Importance of Yoga in a Student Life

It is known universally that modern age is the age of stress, tension and anxiety and young generation are the falling prey to depression. ... Read More

What are Bitcoins and How they are created?

Recently, the digital currency Bitcoins price reached as high as $49,000 mark. This has suddenly increased the interest of common folks... Read More

Alexander’s Invasion

Alexander, the king of Macedonia, crossed the Hindu Kush mountains after subduing the Achaemenians and consolidating his gains in the Persian... Read More

Harshvardhana (606 AD to 647 AD)

The most important dynasty after the Guptas was the ‘Pushyabhuti’ dynasty. The dynasty reached its zenith during the reign of Harshvardhana.... Read More

Sangam Age Part II

In this part we will learn more about the Sangam age.... Read More

Sangam Age Part I

There were three sangams (a gathering of scholars) held at Madurai between 1st century AD to 3rd century AD. It is believed that 1st... Read More

Gupta Empire (300 AD – 550 AD)

Gupta Empire was founded by Sri Gupta in 300AD. Guptas were from ‘Vaishya’ caste; it signifies that caste system was not... Read More

Indus Valley Civilization

The Indus Valley Civilization (IVC) was a Bronze Age civilization (2600-1900 BCE) extending from what today is North-east Afghanistan to... Read More

Indian Judiciary : The Supreme Court of India


Local Government- Urban Local Bodies

In British times, Local Self Government was restricted only to the Urban Areas, since they believed the villages in India are themselves self... Read More

Local Government- The Panchayat

The village is considered as the basic unit of administration since the vedic times. Even during the British days, the village... Read More

The State Legislature

Articles 168 to 212 in Part VI of the Constitution deals with the State Legislature. The Legislature of every state consist of the... Read More

The State Executive - Governor

Articles 153 to 167 in Part VI of the Constitution deals with the State Executive. The State Executive consists of: the Governor,... Read More

Working of the Indian Parliament

Our Constitution has adopted the Parliamentary System of Government for a harmonious blending of the legislative and executive organs of the... Read More

The House of People - LOK SABHA

The House of the People, Lok Sabha is the Lower house of the Parliament or the first chamber of the Parliament. It is also called... Read More

Indian Parliament- Rajya Sabha

Our Constitution has adopted the Parliamentary System of Government for a harmonious blending of the legislative and executive organs of the... Read More

The Comptroller and Auditor-General of India

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar called it as Most Important office under the Constitution. According to Article 148, the President appoints CAG for... Read More

The Attorney General of India (AGI)

According to Article 76, the President appoints a person having the qualification to become a judge of Apex Court, to be AGI. He is the... Read More

SBI CLERK Examination

About SBI CLERK Exam State Bank of India conducts the exam of SBI CLERK regularly to elect eligible candidates for Junior Associate... Read More

Directive Principles of State Policy

Directive Principles as declared by the constitution, are fundamental to the governance of the country. They are like an ‘Instrument of... Read More

SBI Probationary Officer (SBI-PO)

About SBI PO Exam State Bank of India conducts the exam of SBI PO regularly to elect eligible candidates for the post of Probationary... Read More


About IBPS RRB Exam The IBPS conducts Common Recruitment Process (CRP for RRBs - VIII) for eligible candidates, who aspires to join any of... Read More

IBPS Probationary Officer

About IBPS PO exam IBPS is an autonomous body that conducts the recruitment process of IBPS PO exam once every year. Any eligible... Read More

IBPS Specialist Officer

About IBPS SO Exam The IBPS conducts Common Recruitment Process (CRP for POs - VIII) for eligible candidates, who aspires to join any of... Read More


About IBPS Clerk Exam IBPS is an autonomous body that conducts the recruitment process of IBPS Clerk exam once every year. Any... Read More

Civil Services Examination

The Civil Services Examination comprises of two successive stages: Preliminary Examination: It consists of objective type... Read More

Right to Freedom (Article 19-22)

“Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes” -       Mahatma Gandhi... Read More

The Union Executive - The President

The makers of The Constitution of India adopted the Parliamentary System of executive for the governments both at the National and State levels.... Read More

Prime Minister And The Council of Ministers

The Constitutional Head of the Union Executive is the President, whereas Prime Minister is the Real Head of the Union Executive.... Read More

The Vice-President

According to Article 63, there shall be a Vice President of India. The Vice President is Ex-Officio Chairman of Council of States (Rajya... Read More

How yoga can boost your immunity?

Yoga is derived from a Sanskrit word “yuj”, which means to join or to add. So, yoga means a practice in which the soul, body and mind of an... Read More

What is immunity and how to boost immunity?

What is Immunity? Have you ever heard about “Air Bags” in cars, well! There are some cars out there that come with this feature. At... Read More

Right to Freedom of Religion (Article 25-28)

According to the Indian constitution, India is a “Secular State”. This means that the State observes an attitude of neutrality and... Read More

Fundamental Duties

The original constitution does not contain Fundamental Duties. These were added later because at the time of making of the constitution, its... Read More

Right to Constitutional Remedies

Article 32 provides institutional framework for the enforcement/protection of Fundamental Rights. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar called this right as... Read More

Rights Against Exploitation + Cultural and Educational Rights

Traffic in human beings means selling or buying men, women or children like goods, it also includes immoral trafficking in women and children... Read More

Right to Equality (14-18)

The principle of equality in its proper spectrum encompasses social and economic justice in a political democracy. Note: Classification for... Read More

The Federalism in India

On the basis of relations between the central government and the units, the governments are classified as unitary and federal. In a unitary... Read More

Citizenship-Aquirement and Privileges

The Population of a State is divided into 2 classes – Citizens and Aliens. Citizens enjoy full civil and political rights, aliens... Read More

The Union and Its Territories

The political structure given in the Constitution is a federal Union. The name of the Union is India and the members of this Union are 28 states... Read More

Features of Indian Constitution

The Constitution of India is the Supreme, Basic, Fundamental Law of the land. It is also called as the Organic Law because it gave rise to the... Read More

Preamble Of The Indian Constitution

Preamble is the preface of the constitution it is also called as key of the Constitution. The aims and aspiration of the people of India are... Read More

The Making of the Indian Constitution

The Constitution of India is the basic law of the land. It is a set of rules and regulations for creation of political, legal and other related... Read More

Historical Development of Indian Constitution

The summary of the Constitutional Development during British Rule: Regulating Act of 1773... Read More

Does charcoal toothpaste really whiten teeth?

People looking for a whiter smile might reach for charcoal toothpaste, given its claims of being "natural" and its long history. But does... Read More


Each one of us might have suffered from some kind of demotivation and other psychological disorders such as stress, insecurity, low self-esteem... Read More


Have you ever observed people around you carefully and wondered all the people are different in one way or the other? Some people are... Read More

SSC Multi Tasking Staff

About the SSC MTS exam The Staff Selection Commission holds an assessment exam for enrolment of Multi Tasking Staff(MTS) in... Read More

Combined Defence Services Examination

A career in Defence Services is the much sought after occupation today for those young and courageous youths of the country who are willing to... Read More


This is a graduate based exam. It aims at selecting personnel for various Central level Posts. The inspector or assistant at Central Secretrait are... Read More

Combined Higher Secondary Level

Maharashtra PSC State Service Preliminary Examination 2020 invites application for the posts of Maharashtra State Service Preliminary Examination... Read More

Combined Graduate Level

Maharashtra PSC State Service Preliminary Examination 2020 invites application for the posts of Maharashtra State Service Preliminary Examination... Read More

The Combined Graduate Level

Staff Selection Commission - Combined Graduate Level Examination, often referred to as SSC CGL is an examination conducted to recruit staff to... Read More



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