Literary and Non-Literary Sources of Ancient Indian History Part 1

There are 2 significant sources of Ancient Indian history – Literary and Non-Literary sources. This article describes both the sources of Ancient Indian History in detail. Textual Sources Within Literary sources, there are 2 crucial kinds of literature– Religious Texts and Non-Religious or Secular Texts Spiritual Literature The earliest and reliable origins of ancient history

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Literary and Non-Literary Sources of Ancient Indian History Part 2

Non-Literary Sources There are numerous non-literary resources of early Indian history, the essential ones are– Inscriptions, Coins, Archaeology, and also the version of visiting international tourists. Let us check out each resource carefully. Engravings Inscriptions or Engravings are irreversible works inscribed on a tough surface area such as rock, metal or terracotta. The Examination of

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Literary and Non-Literary Sources of Ancient Indian History Part 3

Archaeology Archaeology aids us to research the material remains of the past times. Archaeology is really vital to examine prehistory i.e. the time frame prior to the development of writing. Unearthings have revealed the devices of very early people in India dating as back as 7 lakh years. The unearthed locations concerning the Harappan civilization

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Earth’s Biggest Ice Shelf Melting at Rapid Rate due to Surface Heating

An global team of scientists has, a short while ago, found that Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf, the world’s largest ice rock which is roughly the dimension of France, is melting swiftly. The reducing iceberg has led to global sea-level surge of approximately 13.8 millimetres over the last 40 years. The Findings about the Melting Antarctic

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‘MERA India’ Alliance Launched to Eliminate Malaria by 2030

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has recently instituted the ‘ Elimination Research Alliance (MERA) India’, a collaboration of affiliates interacting to prepare and also scale up study to get rid of Malaria from India by 2030. MERA India partnership holds highest relevance to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare for the

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ISRO PSLV C-45 Launches EMISAT and 29 Satellites in Single Launch

EMISAT as well as 29 various other commercial satellites have recently been propelled into orbit onboard the ISRO rocket PSLV-C45. This is a first-of-its-kind achievement for the space organization as it attempted to place the satellites in 3 separate orbits in one solitary satellite launch assignment. Ensuing the achievement of this goal, ISRO is looking

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WHO Standards Prescribe Minimal Screen Time for Children

Based on latest World Health Organisation (WHO) standards, youngsters must take part in much more physical activity rather than engaging in sedentary viewing time like watching TV or Mobile or playing video games. The report claims that infants and kids should not be permitted to view tv or various other displays sedentarily prior to the

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