The word 'edutainment' may be a new coinage but the concept is age-old. As the term suggests, it is learning made fun. Instead of treating education as a bitter pill to be swallowed for the greater good, education should be a potion to be lapped up with great interest and eagerness for all-round development.
"No power on the earth can subjugate you when you are armed with the sword of ahimsa. It ennobles both the victor and the vanquished." - Mahatma Gandhi
A ship built so prestigiously and one thought to be unsinkable, a ship synonymous with grandeur and majesty, the RMS Titanic fell to the waters under unfortunate circumstances. Here are some facts about the ship that sunk on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City taking down with it thousands of its passengers.
Come let's see the brilliance in the minds of ancient Indians and the wealth of knowledge India housed long long ago.
The world has seen several ups and downs from time to time. Things have gone down to an extent that it seemed the world might end but we recovered. Similar was The Great Depression that took place in the 1930s. Precisely, it began in 1929 and ended in the late 1930s. Yes! A whole decade! But what was The Great Depression?
India has always been a full of talent. Be it science or mathematics or literature, we can find texts of any genre preserved since ages. Some texts are such that we don’t even know of which period they come from.
History has always been unknown. All that we know is because of books or the artifacts discovered. These two things are responsible for all the conclusions we have drawn, ranging from which emperor ruled in which year to what food people used to consume in a specific period. But these are all just assumptions.
A series of war in the name of religion was called upon by the popes, the first one occurring in 1096 AD. These series of wars we named “The Crusades.”
India experienced a tragic day on April 13, 1919. The Jallianwala Bagh massacre, a horrific event in the Indian history that took away the lives of hundreds of innocent people, who gathered to fight for the independence of their nation.
A land deal between the United States and France, in which the U.S. acquired approximately 827,000 square miles of land west of the Mississippi River for $15 million, the Louisiana purchase is an event in history that is worth reading.