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Renaissance Movement

The latter half of the nineteenth century gave birth to various reformist and revivalist movements in India. The Indian society was passing through transition. It had come into contact with new ideas as a result of the British rule even as a wide range of social evils were getting entrenched in the Hindu society. A […]


“The science of today is the technology of tomorrow.” —Edward Teller Science and technology has become an indispensable member of every household. From ‘waking up in the morning’ to ‘going to sleep’, science has made a significant impact on our lives. Almost everything in our daily lives is constantly evolving, because science is creating wonders […]


It is a famous saying, “If wealth is lost nothing is lost; if health is lost, something is lost; but if character is lost then everything is lost”. Those are really unfortunate people who give the highest importance to wealth only instead of health or character. In this way health and character are totally neglected. […]


“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. —Nelson Mandela Education in every sense is one of the fundamental factors of development. No country can achieve sustainable economic development without substantial investment in human education. Education enriches people’s understanding of themselves and the world. It improves the quality of […]

Define Your Own Success

Dear Friend, However much we claim that we love surprises, the fact is that we want everything to be planned. The fear of not knowing what is going to happen next in our lives is often the biggest reason behind anxiety in the minds of many people. We look around and we find friends and […]

Constitution Of India

Introduction A Constitution is the supreme law of the land. It is the basic structure which defines the powers of the State and the rights and duties of the citizens. According to Gilchrist, a Constitution consists of “that body of rules or laws, written or unwritten, which deter¬mines the organisation of government, the distribution of […]