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12 Aug 2021  Thu

Elephants, in general, symbolize the qualities of wisdom, strength, courage, longevity, patience, honor, and stature. This World Elephant Day let’s get acquainted with their varying symbolism across different cultures. Elep...

08 Jul 2021  Thu

Nepal is a landlocked country in Asia. The maximum area of the country lies in the lap of the Himalayas. The border of the country touches Tibet of China to the north, and India in the south, east, and west, while it is narro...

26 May 2021  Wed

Greetings of Buddha Purnima to all! Here’s the story of Buddha’s Birth!

On the auspicious full moon day of the second month of the Hindu calendar, Queen Maya was traveling to her father’s place to give birth. ...

25 May 2021  Tue

Buddhism is one of the greatest religions in the world with three major schools of Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana. Mahayana school of Buddhism is being followed by the majority of the Buddhist countries and has been comme...

24 May 2021  Mon

Deities are worshipped in various forms from time immemorial. Beliefs and reverence for supernatural powers have driven humans to worship various forms. These deities are found depicted on Indus Valley Seals, on walls of anc...

09 Feb 2021  Tue

Mahishmati was one of the most important kingdoms of the Kalachuri dynasties between the 6th and 7th Centuries. Mahishmati was the capital of the Kalachuri dynasty during the ancient period in India. We can get the reference ...

10 Dec 2020  Thu

The Shakya Janapada is also called Sakya, Sakiya, or Sakka. The people of Shakya Janapada were the clan of the Iron age of India. They were habituating an area in Greater Magadha, situated in present-day southern Nepal and no...

08 Dec 2020  Tue

Bodhi Day is a Buddhist holiday that commemorates the day that Siddhartha Gautama experienced bodhi (enlightenment). Its date varies from country to country. In Japan, Bodhi Day has been celebrated on December 8 since the int...

11 Nov 2020  Wed

Kanishka I was the king of the Kushan Dynasty, he ruled this dynasty during the 2nd Century CE. He is well known for his military, political and spiritual achievement. He ruled the northern part of the Indian subcontinent, Af...

23 Oct 2020  Fri

Tree in railing is considered as one of the most important symbol in Indian coins. It has played a very important role in studying and knowing about Indian history. It has also played an important role in tracing the evolutio...

17 Oct 2020  Sat

Kosala was an ancient Kingdom that emerged as a small state during the Vedic period in India. In the 5th Century, BC Kosala incorporated the territory of the Shakya clan, to which the Buddha belonged. According to the Buddhis...

13 Aug 2020  Thu

Apollodotus I Soter was an Indo-Greek king who ruled India between 180 BCE and 160 BCE or between 170 BCE and 175 BCE. Apollodotus I ruled the western and southern part of Indo-Greek kingdom, he ruled the region from Taxila i...

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