Khammam Killa- The Pride of the Past

Khammam Killa- The Pride of the Past

Fascinating forts are dotting different states in India with their excellent craftsmanship and proof of the glorious past. Speaking of States and the fable, let’s dive into Khammam Fort, embellished in Khammam city, Telangana, India. The fort is the gist of Khammam city. The Fort was built in 950A.D by the Kakatiya Dynasty. King Musunuri Nayak and King Velama were also involved in establishing the Fort.

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The History Of Ravana Lanka

The History Of Ravana Lanka

According to Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharata, Lanka is the island fortress capital that a great asura king Ravana ruled. They also called Lanka Ravana Lanka because Ravana was an efficient ruler, a great scholar. Historians believe that having 10 heads meant he was a very knowledgeable man and a great king who had expert knowledge about administration. The island kingdom was on a plateau between three mountain peaks known as the Trikuta Mountains.

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Some interesting facts about the rise of Adolf Hitler

Some interesting facts about the rise of Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler was one of the most influential and notorious dictators of the 20th century. Also known as ‘Der Fürher’ (German: The Leader), he was born on April 20, 1889, in Braunau am Inn, a small Australian town near the Austro German Frontier. He spent his childhood in Linz, the capital of Upper Austria. His father, Alois retired from a state customs service. Alois died in 1903, not wanting to follow his father’s footprints he pursued his dream of being an artist but was rejected from Vienna’s Academy of Fine Arts.

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History of Ayodhya–City of Faith

History of Ayodhya–City of Faith

Ayodhya is a city in the State of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is the headquarters of the Ayodhya District and Division. Zahir ud-Din Muhammad Babar found Ayodhya. He ordered it to be built 500 years ago. It took two years to assemble the structure. They completed it in 1529, the year before he died. They form the word Ayodhya derivative of the Sanskrit verb Yudh, ‘to fight, to wage war’. The Yodhya is the future passive meaning ‘to be fought’, the whole, therefore, means with a negative prefix “not to be fought” or in English “invincible”

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Top 5 Kingdoms In India

Top 5 Kingdoms In India

Rulers like Samudragupta, Asoka, Jalalludin Akbar and Maharaja Shivaji inspire even today. But what made them so different and powerful from others? What inspired them to bring revolution during their reign? It was the name, honour and legacy of their empires. All these heroes belonged to different dynasties and these dynasties ruled during different times. Here, we will look at the top dynasties that ruled the South Asian subcontinent.

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