Princess Bhrikuti married with the King Songsten Gampo (Tibet) that might save Nepal from a potential attack. Bhrikuti's dowry is said to have included Buddhist images. She was later canonized as a manifestation of Tara. Once King Narendra Dev was chased to China for 20 years by his palace assistant (Vardar). Later he came and occupied his kingdom with the help of China.
Dalit is a designation for a group of people traditionally regarded as untouchable. The highest population of this class of people have been recorded in India. Dalits are those classes of people who are not only considered as untouchable but also deprived of their basic right to life. According to Ancient Indian System, Dalits, basically are those people which does not belong to any of the four castes i.e. Brahmin, Vaishya, Kshayatriya, Sudhras.
5. After returning from his spiritual wanderings, Modi without delay contacted his mentor Inamdar. He was now certain about what he wanted to do. He commited himself to the political service of the country. He went to Delhi and stayed and helped his uncle Babubhai who owned a small canteen to earn his livelihood.
The caste system was ruled by the British. Religion in within the caste system is example of cultural violence because “ The Hindu Vedas (scriptures) describe a strict ordering of people. According to Vedic law, people are born into four varnas (or castes): Brahmans, kshatriyas, vaishas, and shudras. Varnas Indicate an individual 's responsibilities for occupational status The first three Varnas are considered upper castes, while the shudras are considered members of a lower class. An outcast group, referred to as the untouchables, fall below the shudras” (Part 2, Page 16).
Narendra Jadhav’s ‘self’ represented Dalits in the academic arena. Not only his parents but Dr. Narendra Jadhav’s ‘self’ develops in the community. He lived in Wadala in his childhood. The jungle raj, where a moral code of conduct was important, shaped the ‘self’ of the generations of the community. He confessed that the particular atmosphere at Wadala had a lion share to shape his personality.
He passes the leadership of Sikhism on to Guru Angad, then Guru Amar Das is given control, next Guru Arjan is allowed to lead. He creates the Adi Granth which are a series of hymns to their god which later turns into the Sikhism holy book. He is known as the first martyr of the Sikhs faith as he was tortured and killed by the Mughal leader Jahangir. Guru Hargobind creates a military to protect the Sikhs people. Guru Har Rai takes over, then Guru Har Krishan is allowed to rule, next Guru Tegh Bahadur comes to power.
Nishi Padma This Bengali film is directed by Aravinda Mukherjee and is an adaptation of the short story named ‘Hinger Kochuri' written by renowned writer Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay. The film starred the superstar of that era, Uttam Kumar and the much-talented actress, Sabitri Chatterjee. The music of the movie by Nachiketa Ghosh was a notable one and bagged several awards for it. It was later remade in Hindi by Shakti Shamanta as "Amar Prem". Well, the remake needs no introduction in the minds of Hindi film lovers as it is one of those classic Hindi films starring yesteryear superstar Rajesh Khanna.
The Company soon went to war with him, and he was eventually overthrown. Mir Jafar managed to regain the good graces of the British; he was again appointed Nawab in 1763 xv and held the position until his death in 1765. Mir Jafar probably was the last ruler of Bengal. After him the British ruled Bengal for next 200 years. Mir Jafar is widely reviled by the people of Bangladesh, India and
BHARAT MATA History: At a time when India is being projected as eternal, when the chanting of Bharat Mata ki jai has become a testimony to patriotism and refusal to do so invites the wrath of Hindutva outfits and political parties, it is pertinent to look at the history of the country known as Bharat whose antiquity cannot be pushed too far back in time. From various accounts, the origins of “Bharat Mata” can be traced back to a play by Bengali nationalist Kiran Chandra Bandyopadhyay that was first performed in 1873. The play set in 1770 Bengal famine depicted a woman and her husband who went to forest and encountered rebels. The priest takes them to temple where they were shown Bharat Mata. Thus they are inspired and led rebellion which results in defeat of the British.
Rajput Medini Rai aided Rajput Rana and thus was announced the War between the Rajputs and the Muslims to curb the powers of the Muslims in Northern India. This battle resulted in the humiliating defeat of Mehmood Khilji who was himself taken as prisoner. Rana Sanga was valiant in the war and grasped Malwa and added it to the Rajput