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Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Download भारतीय संविधान अनुच्छेद 1-395 PDF


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Compilation of 2700 MCQs of Section wise General Knowledge (Static) in PDF


Static GK MCQs Compilation (Section Wise) in English.  This GK compilation is important for many competitive examinations like SSC CGL, CPO, CHSL, MTS, BANK PO  / Clerk and other exams.

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Important Static GK PDF 2023 PDF


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First In India Static GK PDF Notes


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Short Tricks To Remember Important Days


List of Important National and International days and dates

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Saturday, January 14, 2023



 10,000+ GK MCQs EBOOK PDF

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Friday, January 13, 2023

List Of Important Revolutions In India


  1. Green Revolution : Agriculture (Food Grains).
  2. White Revolution : Milk & Dairy Products.
  3. Blue Revolution : Fishes Production.
  4. Pink Revolution : Prawn ,Onions, Pharmaceutical
  5. Silver Revolution : Egg/ Poultry Productions.
  6. Round Revolution : Potato.
  7. Golden Revolution : Honey, Horticulture.
  8. Grey Revolution : Fertilizers
  9. Brown Revolution : Cocoa, Leather.
  10. Red Revolution : Meat & Tomatoes.
  11. Black Revolution : Petroleum Productions.
  12. Rainbow Revolution : Fruits (considered as 2nd Green Revolution).
  13. Yellow Revolution : Oil Seeds, Edible Oil, Especially Mustard and Sunflower.
  14. Golden Fiber : Jute.
  15. Silver Fiber : Cotton.
  16. Evergreen Revolution : Overall Development of Agriculture.
  1. Father Of Greeen Revolution (India) : M.S.Swaminathan.
  2. Father Of White Revolution : Verghese Kurien.
  3. Milk Man Of India : Verghese Kurien.
  4. Father Of Blue Revolution : Dr.Arun Krishnan.
  5. Father Of Induced Breeding : Prof.Hirlal Chaudri.
  6. Father Of Pink Revolution : Durgesh Patel.
  7. Father Of Golden Revolution : Nirpakh Tutej.
  8. Father Of Red Revolution : Vishal Tewari.
  9. Father Of Silver Revolution : Indira Gandhi.
Father of Green Revolution was Norman Borlaug.Green Revolution term was first used by William Guad.

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Thursday, January 12, 2023

List of Elephant Reserves of India


The Government of India had launched the project Elephant in the year 1992 as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme with objectives to protect elephants, their habitat corridors; to address issues of man-animal conflict; and welfare of captive elephants. Here, we are giving the list of Elephant Reserves of India which is very useful in the preparation of competitive examinations like UPSC-prelims, SSC, State Services, NDA, CDS, and Railways etc.
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Important Static GK 2023 PDF Download


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Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Hindi Diwas 2022: Check history and Interesting facts


 Hindi Diwas or Hindi Day is observed every year on 14 September to mark the popularity of Hindi as an official language of India. The language was adopted under Article 343 of the Indian Constitution. The first Hindi day was celebrated on 14th September 1953. Hindi is one of the major languages used in India as a large portion of the country’s population knows and uses the language. Schools, colleges and other educational institutions celebrate Hindi Diwas by organising various programs.

Why is Hindi Diwas celebrated?

Hindi Diwas is celebrated to commemorate the adoption of Hindi in the Devanagari script as one of the official languages of the nation. Hindi was adopted by the National Constitution on September 14, 1949 and it became the official language of the country. India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, decided to celebrate September 14 as Hindi Diwas.

Hindi Diwas also marks celebrating the birthday of Beohar Rajendra Simha who played a crucial role in getting Hindi in the Devanagari script approved as an official language of India. He was born on 14 September 1916.

Interesting facts about the Hindi language:

  • Hindi language is written in Devnagiri script and is a descendant of Sanskrit.
  • Over 50 crore people in India speak Hindi.
  • Commonly used Hindi words like ‘Surya Namaskar’ and ‘Jugaad’ are part of the Oxford Dictionary.
  • First journal in the Hindi language was published on the Internet in 2000.
  • The word Hindi is derived from the Persian Word Hind which means “Land of Indus River”.
  • Hindi is the fourth most spoken language of the world. The first three are Chinese, Spanish and English.
  • Hindi is spoken in countries like Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, UAE, Bangladesh, Mauritius, Tobago, etc.
  • Central Hindi Directorate, Government of India regulate the provisions regarding the Hindi language.
  • The first state of India that accepted Hindi as its official language was Bihar.
  • The first Hindi poem was composed and released by Amir Khusro.'
  • The former Prime Minister of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee delivered a speech in the Hindi Language at the United Nations in 1977.

Article 343: Official Language of the Union

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Saturday, August 13, 2022

75 Facts About India on 75th Indian Independence Day which Everyone Must Know


 Facts about India: India observes Independence Day on August 15th every year as a national holiday to remember the day the country gained its independence from the United Kingdom and the provisions of the 1947 Indian Independence Act, which gave the Indian Constituent Assembly legislative authority, went into force. Prior to adopting the Constitution of India on January 26, 1950 (also known as Indian Republic Day), which replaced the dominion prefix Dominion of India with the sovereign law Constitution of India, India continued to be ruled by King George VI. Following the Freedom Movement, known for its primarily nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience, India won independence.

So, This 75th Independence day, we have brought for you, 75 interesting, amazing facts about India.

Interesting Facts About India:

  1. The wettest inhabited country on Earth is India. With 11,873 millilitres of rain falling annually, Meghalaya village has been named the wettest spot on Earth by the Guinness Book of World Records. Considering that the rain season lasts for six months.
  2. Over 2 million Hindu temples and over 300,000 mosques can be found in India. Mosques can range in size from modest structures in tiny towns to enormous, well-known structures like the Jama Masjid in New Delhi or the Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad. There are more than 23,000 temples in Varanasi alone, a holy city.
  3. The highest motorable road in the world. The Ladakh road is the highest motorable road in the world at above 19,300 feet.
  4. The glacial Lake Roopkund, which is 16,470 feet above sea level in the Himalayas, is known for the human bones that have been discovered there and nearby. The skeletons are considered to be the remains of persons who died in a strong hailstorm in the ninth century.
  5. For around 1,000 years beginning in the fourth century BC, India was the world’s sole supplier of diamonds. The Krishna River Delta is where the initial diamonds were discovered.

Amazing Facts About India:

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Friday, July 29, 2022

Complete and Updated List of Ramsar sites in India (Updated)


What is the Ramsar site?

The Ramsar Site is a wetland site that is designated to be of international importance under the Ramsar convention. This convention is also known as the convention of wetlands. It is intergovernmental environmental pretty established in 1971 by UNESCO and was first in 1975. It provides conservation of wetlands and sustainable use of resources. In 2022 there are 2437 Ramzan sites around the world and 54 of them are situated in India.

In 2022 Bakhira wildlife sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh and Khijadiya wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat were included as Ramsar sites on the occasion of World wetland day held at Sultanpur National Park Haryana which is also a Ramsar site. There are 54 Ramsar sites in India from which the first Ramsar site was Chilika Lake in Orissa and Keoladeo National Park in Rajasthan. The Renuka wetland in Himachal Pradesh is the smallest Ramsar Wetland site in India. The maximum number of Ramsar sites are found in Uttar Pradesh in India.

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Friday, July 22, 2022

List of All Presidents of India From 1950 to 2022


President of India 2022

The first citizen of India is the president of India. The President of India is elected by an electoral committee composed of elected members of the Parliament, Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, and Vidhan Sabha. Till 2021, 14 Indian presidents have served the country as President since the adaptation of the Constitution of India in 1950. The first president of India was Rajendra Prasad.

The President of India should be a citizen of India and the minimum age to be a President is 35 years. He or she should qualify the conditions to be elected as a member of Lok. He or she should not hold any office of profit under the Central Government, State government, or any public authority.

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Friday, July 01, 2022

Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra 2022: The Raths, Chandan Yatra and Suna Besha


 Rath Yatra of Puri is the annual chariot festival of Odisha which is traditionally known as Puri Rath Yatra. The Puri Rath Yatra 2022, has begun with devotion and traditions all over Odisha. The Chariot festival is dedicated to Lord Jagannath, his brother Balbhadra and his sister Subhadra. The journey of the deities begins from the iconic Puri Temple and reaches the Gundicha Shrine after twelve the Lord returns to his adobe. The idols of the three deities are brought out by three priests out of the sanctum sanctorum or Garbha Griha and carried to Gundicha Shrine in three giant wooden chariots.

The Raths or the Chariots are huge and the priests and devotees pull the three Raths with immense devotion. Devotees eagerly wait for Rath Yatra to pull the gigantic Raths of Lord Jagannath, Balbhadra, and Subhadra. Here, the diversity of people will leave you mesmerized. People from any caste, any gender, any background, and any age are allowed to pull the Raths of the three deities. The Rath Yatra is also telecasted live from Puri to all over India. You can connect with the live event on DD-Odia, DD-Bharati, and DD-India and enjoy the virtual Darshan of Lord Jagannath.

Puri Rath Yatra 2022: The Raths or Chariots

The three chariots of the deities are constructed every year with wood from specific trees such as Phassi and Dhausa. There is a specialist carpenter team for bringing the wood for making the Raths of the deities from the ex-princely state of Dasapalla. The logs brought by them are traditionally set afloat as rafts in the Mahanadi River. The three chariots are decorated with specific and unique instructions given below in the table from years.

Chariot DetailsJagannathBalabhadraSubhadra
Name of the chariotNandighoshaTaladhwajaDarpadalana
Number of wheels161412
Total number of the wooden pieces832763593
Length and breadth34’6” x 34’6”33’ x 33’31’6” x 31’6”
Colors of canopiesRead, yellowRed, Bluish-greenRed, black
Name of horses1.      Shankha

2.      Balahaka

3.      Suweta

4.      Haridashwa

1.      Tribra

2.      Ghora

3.      Dirghasharma

4.      Swornanava

1.      Rochika

2.      Mochika

3.      Jita

4.      Aparajita

Flag NameTrailokyamohiniUnnaniNadambika
Color of the horsesWhiteBlackRed

Puri Rath Yatra 2022: Chandan Yatra

On Akshaya Tritiya, the construction of the chariot begins, with a ritual of fire worship. The ritual takes place in front of the palace of the King of Puri. This day also marks the new agricultural season for the farmers of Odisha and they start plowing their fields it also marks the beginning of the summer festival of the deities which is known as the Sandalwood festival or Chandan Yatra. The Chandan Yatra lasts three weeks and, in this festival, the representative image of the presiding deities are taken out in color processions and given a ceremonial boat ride in the Narendra Pokhri every day. There is an interesting demonstration of the assimilative character of the Jagannath cult, Madanmohan and Rama-Krishna, representing Jagannath and Balarama partake in the festival with the representative images of the presiding deities of five main Shiva temples in Puri. These are known as Pancha Pandava, the five brothers of the Mahabharata. Later, the deities are given a ritual bath in a small temple in the middle of the tank, in stone tubes filled with water, sandalwood paste, scents, and flowers.

Puri Rath Yatra 2022: Suna Besha

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