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The Impact Of Partition Violence On Hindu And Sikh Women

The Partition of India in 1947 remains one of history's most tragic chapters, marked by widespread violence and immense suffering. Amid the many stories...

Embarking On The Skyward Journey: The Hindustan Trainer 2 Story

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), situated in Bangalore, was a bastion of foreign-owned fighters and airplanes, primarily of US origin. In a different realm, a...

Bhikaiji Rustom Cama: A Trailblazer In India’s Independence Movement

On September 24, 1861, amidst the bustling city of Bombay (now Mumbai), a remarkable woman named Bhikaiji Rustom Cama was born. Little did the...

Khudiram Bose: The Fearless Boy revolutionary of India’s Freedom Struggle

On 11th August 1908, the British government heartlessly martyred an 18-year-old fearless boy revolutionary named Khudiram Bose. The pages of the India's freedom struggle...

Chandrashekhar Azad: The Unyielding Hero Of India’s Freedom Struggle

Chandrashekhar Azad reverberates among India's freedom struggle's pantheon of heroes. His name inspires awe and respect as he was a young revolutionary who made...

The Lion Of India: Remembering Bal Gangadhar Tilak’s Extraordinary Legacy

For every proud nationalist, Bal Gangadhar Tilak remains an iconic figure in the annals of Indian history. His life was a magnificent tapestry of...

Swami Vivekananda’s Landmark Speech at the World Parliament of Religions

In the summer of 1893, a young Hindu monk from India stood before a diverse audience at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago....

1806 Vellore Rebellion: The First Movement in the Indian Freedom Struggle

On July 10, 1806, in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, the rebellion by Indian soldiers marked one of the first moments in the Indian resistance against...

History – A Contested Terrain

History despite its lack of economic prospects continues to evoke strong reactions and sentiments in every part of the History is considered by millions...

Aurangzeb: Anti-Hindu Policies, Revolts and Rebels, and the Mughal-Maratha Wars

Muhi-al-Din Muhammad or Aurangzeb ruled as the sixth emperor of the Mughal Empire. He gained the throne by defeating and beheading his elder brother...

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