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Author: Sushant Pandey

Part time writer for Knowledge of India and works in IBM India Ltd. Hobbies are playing Football, Cooking, Travelling and Reading International Politics and Geography of India. Favourite Character: Super Commando Dhruva You can follow me on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/psushant577
A Bike Trip To Sach Pass: The Toughest Pass In India

A Bike Trip To Sach Pass: The Toughest Pass In India

A few months back I was writing an article on Mountain Passes in India situated in Himalayan Mountain Range. At the time of writing that article I read about all the passes of India, the valleys they connect, their importance to India and primarily Indian Army. I had already planned Leh-Laddakh Trip with my college friends and during that trip, I had planned to visit many of the passes that I mentioned in my article. One mountain pass that amazed…

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Panch Prayag : Five Sacred Confluences of Alaknanda River

Panch Prayag : Five Sacred Confluences of Alaknanda River

Panch Prayag or the Fiver Confluences are five sacred confluence of River Alaknanda before to joining Bhagirathi River and forming the Holy Ganges River of India. India is one of the largest countries in the world and has one of the biggest river systems in the world. Throughout India, many rivers join and form a larger river but the confluence of River Alaknanda is considered sacred in Hinduism. The Panch Prayag or the Five Confluences are Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karnaprayag, Nandprayag,…

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The Untold Story of Battle of Saraighat

The Untold Story of Battle of Saraighat

The History of India is very vast and it requires huge effort to know the entire history of India. Prior to modern history, it comprises of many kings and kingdoms which ruled during the different period of time. Most of the Indians are unaware of the great Ahom Kingdom that ruled the eastern part of India. When the Indian mainland was struggling to fight against the tyrant Mughal Rule, the Ahom Kingdom was already flourishing in the eastern part of…

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Causes of Ganges River Pollution: A Case Study

Causes of Ganges River Pollution: A Case Study

Since the beginning of our blog, we have covered topics that are related to History and Geography of India. In our articles, we have covered Mountains in India as well as Rivers in India. We specially covered Ganges River in a separate article and now we would focus on Pollution in Ganges River in this article. This article came to my mind after watching a lot of documentaries that were related to Rivers of not only India but across the…

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List of Greatest And Most Famous Roman Generals of Roman Empire

List of Greatest And Most Famous Roman Generals of Roman Empire

The Roman Empire was one of the Greatest Empire that ever existed on the Earth. It was great not only because the area it covered but also due to its contribution to present society. At its zenith, the empire was the most powerful empire in the world in terms of economic, cultural, political and military forces. Under the leadership of Trajan, the empire reached its greatest extent and covered 5 million squares of the territory which is roughly equal to…

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What is the Greatest Thing about Being Hindu

What is the Greatest Thing about Being Hindu

A few days back I was writing an article on Amazing Temples of Hinduism Situated outside India. To get additional information I started reading an article on Quora which stated “What is the Greatest Thing about Being Hindu” written by Jayesh Deore. The article was beautifully written and in few bulleted points, he explained the greatness of Hinduism. I am sharing the same article written by him (with additional modification). I hope this article will be loved by all the…

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Money Spent By India on Jammu & Kashmir

Money Spent By India on Jammu & Kashmir

On 8th of July 2016, Indian Army killed Burhan Muzaffar Wani, commander of Kashmiri militant group Hizbul Mujahideen. At the time of his death, he was 21 years old and Government of India had announced a bounty of INR 1 million. The death caused a widespread unrest in the Kashmir Valley which claimed 43 lives. As usual in New Delhi, the Print and Electronic media started a debate citing the Kashmir situation being wrongly handled by Indian Government. They claimed…

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Trip To Dhuandhar Waterfall Jabalpur: Niagara Waterfall of India

Trip To Dhuandhar Waterfall Jabalpur: Niagara Waterfall of India

The geography of India is one of the most diverse geographies in the world and the Indian subcontinent hosts some of the largest rivers and Mountain Ranges of the world. Central India is famous for its flora and fauna and it accounts for nearly 30% forest cover of India. River Narmada flows through this region and forms a boundary between North India and South India. Narmada River flows through a rift valley between the Satpura and Vindhya Range and throughout…

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