Indian


West Bengal

West Bengal History and Geography: At the time of Alexander’s invasion a powerful kingdom called Gangaridai ruled over Bengal. Ascendancy of the Guptas and the Mauryas had somewhat little effect

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Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh History and Geography: The history of Uttar Pradesh is very ancient and engrossing. It is reconginsed in the later Vedic Age as Brahmarshi Desha or Madhya Desha. Many

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Uttaranchal

Uttaranchal History and Geography: India’s 27th state Uttaranchal was born on November 9, 2000 in a glittering ceremony. The ceremony was held in Dhra Dun. The new state of Uttaranchal

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Tripura

Tripura History and Geography: Tripura has a long and historic past comprising its unique tribal culture and a fascinating folk lore. The history of Tripura can be understood from “Rajmala’’

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Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu History and Geography: Tamil Nadu has an ambiguous antiquity. Though early Sangam classics throw historical references, only from the Pallavas we pass to recorded history. South India had

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Sikkim

Sikkim History and Geography: The early history of Sikkim starts in the 13th century with the signing of a brotherhood treaty between the Lepcha Chief Thekong-Thek and Tibetan Prince Khe-Bhumsa

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Rajasthan

Rajasthan History and Geography: Rajasthan, the second largest state in India area-wise was known as Rajputana or the home of rajputs – a marital community who ruled over this area

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Punjab

Punjab History and Geography: Ancient Punjab formed part of the vast Indo-Irasaw the rise and fall of the Mauryans, Bactrians, Greeks, Kushans and Guptas. Medieval Punjab saw a supremacy of

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Orissa

Orissa History and Geography: Orissa, was known as Kalinga in ancient days. In the third century BC (261 BC), Ashoka the Mauryan emperor, sent a powerful force to conquer Kalinga

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Nagaland

Nagaland History and Geography: Nagas are basically tribal people and every tribe had its own effective system of self-governance from time immemorial. In the 12th and 13th centuries, gradual contact

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