Indian history

Indian_Native _trees _Herb’s _plants _seeds

लाल गुंज Rosary pea redसफेद गुंज Rosary pea whiteरतन गुंज Red Bead treeखजूर Date palmबोर Jujubeकापूस Cottonशिवण Beechwoodरिठा. Indian soupberryकरंज Pongame treeरिंगी soupberryआयान. Aayan treeअर्जुन arjun treeसिंगापूर कंपोक Singapore campokसब्जा basilसोनसावर sonsawerकाटे सावर Bombaxकांचन kanchanar treeकाळा धोत्रा Black Jimsonweedकृष्णतुळस black holy Bail. (krishna)रामतुळस white holy besil (Ram)काळेतीळ. Black sesameसफेद तीळ, white sesameबेल. Indian bealचंदन Sandalwoodएरंड …

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Torna Fort is large fort

Torna Fort, also known as Prachandagad, is a large fort located in Pune district, in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is historically significant because it was the first fort captured by Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in 1646, at the age of 16, forming the nucleus of the Maratha empire. This fort is believed to have been constructed by the Shiva Panth, followers of the Hindu god Shiva, …

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Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Award

The Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Award, named after the 11th President of India and aerospace scientist A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, is awarded by the Government of Tamil Nadu in recognition of contributions on scientific development, humanities and students’ welfare. Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Award Oil painting, Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Date 15 August 2015 Location Tamil Nadu …

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Maratha Kranti Morcha

The Maratha Kranti Morcha, loosely translated as “Maratha revolutionary demonstration” in the Marathi language, is a series of silent protests organized by the Maratha community in various cities across India as well as overseas. Other groups, such as religious minorities including Muslims, have also supported the Morcha. The impetus for the rallies is the rape and murder of a 15-year-old girl in …

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Maratha Light Infantry🇮🇳

The Maratha Light Infantry is a light infantryregiment of the Indian Army. It traces its lineage to the Bombay Sepoys, raised in 1768, making it the most senior light infantry regiment in the Indian Army. The class composition of the regiment was and is primarily formed by  the Maratha recruits from the former Maratha Empire. The men are mostly drawn from all over …

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Internet of Military Things

The Internet of Battlefield Things Collaborative Research Alliance (IoBT-CRA), also known as the Internet of Battlefield Things Research on Evolving Intelligent Goal-driven Networks (IoBT REIGN), is a collaborative research alliance between government, industry, and university researchers for the purposes of developing a fundamental understanding of a dynamic, goal-driven Internet of Military Things (IoMT) known as the Internet of Battlefield Things (IoBT). …

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Shivneri

History Shivneri is known to be a place of Buddhist dominion from the 1st century AD. Its caves, rock-cut architecture and water system indicate the presence of habitation since 1st century AD. Shivneri got its name as it was under the possession of the Yadavas of Devagiri. This fort was mainly used to guard the …

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Rajdhani Raigad

Type Hill fort Height 1,356 metres (4,400 ft) ASL Site information Owner Maratha Empire (1656-1689; 1707-1818)Mughal Empire (1689-1707)British East India Company (1818-1858)British Empire Type Hill fort Height 1,356 metres (4,400 ft) ASL Site information Owner Maratha Empire (1656-1689; 1707-1818) Mughal Empire (1689-1707) British East India Company (1818-1858) British Empire (1858-1947) Central Government of (1947-present) Open to the public Yes Site …

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Prataprao gujar

Prataprao Gujar born in Bhosare village near Khatav which is located in Satara district, was Senapati of King Shivaji’s army. After his death, his daughter was married with the second son of Shivaji named Rajaram, who was later to be the Empress of the Maratha Empire, Maharani Jankibai. Born 1615Bhosare Khatav.Satara. Died 24 february 1674 Prataprao Gujar, born Kudtoji Gujar, was the third royal Senapati of …

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