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Mahaveer Sanglikar

Joined 7 years ago from Pune, India. Last activity 9 days ago.

 

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I am Mahaveer Sanglikar from India. I am a numerologist and a face reader. I am an author. I write stories as well as articles on numerology and face reading.

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  • 5

    Numerology: Your Number and Your Career

    7 weeks ago

    According to Numerology, the best suited professions for you depend on your Birth Number and Your Life Path Number. Here is a brief introduction to Numbers and Careers...

  • 5

    Numerology: Characteristics of Birth Number 6

    7 weeks ago

    Birth Number 6 is considered as a good number in numerology. Here are some positive and negative characteristics of this birth number. Birth number 6 people are those who were born on date 6, 15 or 24

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    Numerology: Characteristics of Birth Number 5 People

    7 weeks ago

    Birth Number 5 persons are all those who were born on 5th, 14th or 23rd of any month. Like any other birth numbers, birth number 5 persons have their own distinct characteristics.

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    Numerology: Characteristics of Birth Number 4

    7 weeks ago

    A person born on 4th, 13th, 22nd or 31st of any month comes under Birth Number 4. Characteristics of number 4 people are very different from that of other numbers. Know about these unique people ...

  • 2

    Numerology: Characteristics of Birth Number 2 Persons

    2 months ago

    Some positive and negative characteristics of Birth Number 2 persons, i.e. people born on 2nd, 11th, 20th or 29th of any month. Also read about their health and wealth, and a list of famous persons

  • 6

    Numerology: Characteristics of Birth Number 1 Persons

    2 weeks ago

    In numerology, every birth number has a specific characteristics which reflects in the life of the person related to that number. Here are the characteristics of the persons having Birth Number 1.

  • 6

    Numerology: Repetitions of Numbers in Your Life

    7 months ago

    Some specific numbers repeat in your life. This is not just a coincident. Here are some interesting numerological experiments you can do with the repeating numbers in your life.

  • 3

    Name Numerology: Does Changing Name Work?

    7 weeks ago

    If your birth number and name number are compatible it is beneficial to you. But if the numbers are conflicting, you may face some problems. Changing your name or its spelling can work for betterment.

  • 8

    Siribhoovalaya: Multilingual Encyclopedia of Ancient India

    7 months ago

    Siribhoovalya is a multilingual Encyclopedia of 8th Century India. The book was compiled by Kumudendoo Muni, a Jain ascetic. This is an introduction to the great book, which is a great wonder.

  • 7

    An Introduction to Numerology

    7 weeks ago

    Know the basics of numerology, the science of knowing good & bad effects of numbers on your life. Numerologists can analyze the characteristics of a person just by studying the date of birth and name.

  • 4

    Angavijja: Ancient Book of Body Language and physiognomy

    7 months ago

    Angavijja is an ancient book of reading a person through his body language and physiognomy. Ancient Indians used this science to reveal occult knowledge and foretell the future.

  • 2

    Chronology of British East India Company Rule in India 1498-1858

    9 months ago

    This is part 1 of the timeline of British Rule in India, and the major incidents took place in the period of 1498 to 1858 AD.

  • 5

    Chronology of Ancient Indian Dynasties (I)

    9 months ago

    This is a chronology of important dynasties of ancient India. In part one, I have given timeline of dynasties from Gangatic plain and Northern India. The timeline covers 700 BC to 1200 AD period.

  • 2

    Lord Ganesh Paintings

    7 weeks ago

    Ganapati, Gajanan, Vinayak or Lord Ganesh, is one of the most popular Hindu Gods. Here is a brief introduction to Lord Ganesh, with his beautiful paintings from India and other countries.

  • 6

    Mahatma Gandhi in Pictures

    10 months ago

    Mahatma Gandhi is one of the most famous personalities of modern Era. Here are some of his rare photographs and wallpapers

  • 4

    Thematic Philately: Children's Day Stamps of India

    10 months ago

    14th November is celebrated as Children's Day in India. Every year, India Post issues one or more special postage stamps on this day. A brief history of Children's Day Stamps.

  • 5

    The Khatri Community of India

    10 months ago

    Khatri is a prominent community of India, dominant in various walks of life. Here is a wide ranging information on the achievements by individuals of this community.

  • 8

    Indian Army in World War II

    9 months ago

    Indian Army played an important role in World War 2. Interestingly, this army was the biggest volunteer army with about 3 Million strengths. Here are some historical facts.

  • 3

    How to Become a Jain

    8 months ago

    Many people are asking me about the process of adopting Jainism as a religion. I receive a lot of emails from every corner of the world regarding this issue.

  • 0

    Indira Gandhi: The Iron Lady of India

    10 months ago

    Indira Gandhi was third Prime Minister of India. She contributed a lot for progress of India in various fields including Economy, Military, Science, Foreign Policy, Agriculture etc

  • 5

    Sadhvi Siddhali Shree: First American Jain Nun

    8 months ago

    Sadhvi Siddhali Shree, previously known as Tammy Herbster, is the first American woman to become a Jain nun. Here is how a war veteran started her journey to her spiritual and ascetic life.

  • 4

    Acharya Shree Yogeesh

    12 months ago

    Acharya Shree Yogeesh is a great spiritual teacher. He is not a religious Guru and separates religion from philosophy and spirituality. His teachings are mainly based on Jain and Sankhya philosophy

  • 1

    Medieval India: Keladi Queen Chennamma

    13 months ago

    A short biography of the brave queen Keladi Chennamma from medieval Karnataka, India, who fought against the mighty Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb.

  • 17

    Soy Milk: An Alternative to Animal Milk

    19 months ago

    Soy Milk, also known as Soya Milk is the best alternative to milk derived from animals like cow, buffalo or ships.

  • 11

    Invention of Zero and Jain Mathematics

    8 months ago

    Zero was invented in India, which was later adopted by Arabs. Europeans adopted it from Arabs. Here is a brief history of the number Zero..

  • 11

    Hindi Movie Review: The Attacks of 26-11

    14 months ago

    A short review of Ram Gopal Varma's Hindi film The Attacks of 26/11

  • 8

    Azim Premji: Richest Indian and a Billionaire Donor

    10 months ago

    Azim Premji is a Billionaire industrialist from India who knows his social responsibilities very well. Recently he donated Rs. 12300 Crores to his welfare trust, which works for rural people of India.

  • 8

    History of Space Exploration: First Rocket in the Space to First Man on the Moon

    10 months ago

    This is a brief introduction to the major events in the history of space exploration, starting from first vehicle entering into space to first landing on the Moon.

  • 4

    Beautiful South Indian Actresses in Hindi Movies (Part I)

    2 months ago

    Bollywood always welcomes actresses from South India, while most of the actors come from North India. Here is an introduction to some famous actresses of Hindi movies which are of Southern Origin.

  • 11

    Possible Reasons of World War 3

    10 months ago

    The world has experienced 2 world wars, involving a major part of the world. The 3rd World War will be next episode of the world wars. What will be the possible reasons of the WWIII?

  • 10

    Jews in India | Indian Jews

    8 months ago

    An introduction to the interested history of Jew Community of India, their history and some of the famous Indian Jews.

  • 6

    King Shivaji: The Great Warrior of India (Part I)

    9 months ago

    Shivaji was a great Maratha warrior of Medieval India who fought against the mighty Bijapur Sultanate and the Mughal Emperor. Here is an introduction to Shivaji's conflicts with Bijapur Sultanate.

  • 11

    The Parsi Community of India

    8 months ago

    An Introduction to Parsi Community and Some Famous Parsis of India. The Parsi Community of India is a micro-minority community of India. According to 2001 Census of India report, the population of Parsis in India was...

  • 6

    Rajput History: Rajputs and Jainism

    2 years ago

    There is a close relation between Rajputs and Jainism. Many Rajput dynasties were followers and supporters this faith. That is why Jainism get flourished In Rajput era. On the other hand, most of the Jains from...

  • 11

    World War II: Victoria Cross Recipients of British Indian Army: Part I

    9 months ago

    About 2.5 Million Indian soldiers of British Indian Army fought against Japanese, German and Italian forces in the various parts of the world in Second World War. British Indian Army especially fought in Burma, Malaya,...

  • 32

    Neil Armstrong: The First Man to Walk on the Moon

    10 months ago

    This is one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind -Neil Armstrong after landing on moon. It was the first quote from surface of moon. Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, was my schooldays...

  • 10

    Russian War Movies about World War II

    9 months ago

    Russian film industry is one of the most famous film industries in the world. Russians have produced great movies. This is a list of top Russian movies on Second World War. The list is according to the year of release...

  • 64

    10 Things about Religions and Their Followers that I Do Not Like

    10 months ago

    I have learned a lot from my friends from various religions. I have learned from the activities of extremist activities by followers of all 'Peaceful' religions. I have observed that how followers of each religion are...

  • 37

    How to Deal with Unwanted Facebook Friends?

    11 months ago

    This article deals with removing unwanted friends from your facebook account. It tells you which friends should be removed from your account. I think it may be useful for many. If you want to start a crusade against...

  • 25

    Param Vir Chakra: The Highest Military Decoration of India

    8 months ago

    Param Vir Chakra is the highest gallantry award in India which is awarded for the highest valor before enemy to the bravest of brave soldiers in action. This is a rare military decoration, and so for it is awarded to 21...

  • 44

    Superstitions & Blind Beliefs in India

    2 months ago

    Like any other countries, you will find a lot of superstitions and blind beliefs in people of India. The number of superstitions and blind beliefs in India is very large as the Indian society is made of people belonging...

  • 15

    The First School for Girls in India

    8 months ago

    First Indian School for Girls British and American missionaries are the first to start schools for girls in India. Such schools were established in as early as 1810. The missionaries started many schools for girls in...

  • 16

    Sanjay Sonawani, a Successful Freelance Writer

    10 months ago

    Sanjay Sonawani was born on 14th August 1964 at Jalgaon in North Maharashtra of India. His first article was published when he was 11. He started his career as a crime journalist in a Hindi daily newspaper published...

  • 12

    How to Start a Marriage bureau?

    8 months ago

    Marriage bureau is a popular concept in India. Running a marriage bureau is a good source of income. Many marriage bureaus in cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Bangalore etc. are charging Rs. 1000 to 5000. In special...

  • 2

    Justin Lundeen: an American Convert to Jainism

    12 months ago

    An interview with Justin Lundeen,an American guy living in Galesburg, Illinois, who has been converted to Jainism. Read his story of conversion and his matured views on Jainism.

  • 6

    Fort Builder Shilahar King Raja Bhoj II

    13 months ago

    The most famous King of Kolhapur Shilahars was Raja Bhoj II, who was the last king of this dynasty. He was brave and religious. He was follower of Jainism and a pupil of Acharya Maghanandi, a Jain ascetic. He is well...

  • 12

    How to Publish a Magazine Successfully?

    8 months ago

    If you are interested in publishing a magazine, here are some basic suggestions and step by step know how which can help you to become a successful publisher. It is important to know that how much money you have invest...

  • 35

    Photo Feature: Rural India

    10 months ago

    India is a vast country. In this country, there are hundreds of thousands villages. Although I live in a city, I am basically from a village. Here I am sharing some photographs which I took in some villages of...

  • 18

    Influence of Jainism on Pythagoras

    8 months ago

    Who Was Paythagoras? Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher as well as a mathematician, who born in 570 B.C.E. on the island of Samos. He was founder of Pythagoreanism, a religious movement, which has many similarities...

  • 6

    Indian Philately: First Three Stamps of India after Independence

    12 months ago

    On 15th August 1947 India got freedom from British rule. In that year of freedom, India Post issued three beautiful stamps. This set of stamps was issued on 21st November 1947.

  • 12

    Photo Feature: Jain Caves of Udaygiri and Khandagiri

    10 months ago

    Udaygiri-Khandagiri is a group of caves which is very important in the view of archeology, religion and ancient history of India. The caves were carved for Jain monks in the reign of the famous Kaling Emperor Kharvel,...

  • 9

    Jain Birds Hospital: A Hospital For Birds at Delhi

    12 months ago

    Jains have opened some hospitals especially for birds. People admit injured and sick birds in such hospitals, where the ‘Bird Specialist’ Doctors treat the birds. One of the most famous hospitals for birds...

  • 11

    Reasons why Jainism can not win against Vedics

    2 years ago

    There area lot of good things Jainism can offer which are very useful for individuals and communities for spiritual and material progress; but in spite of this Jainism has become a religion of a micro-minority...

  • 10

    Matang Community: Matangs in Jain Literature and History

    2 years ago

    Matangs are ancient people of India. Although they are concentrated in the states of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka today, in ancient India they were spread everywhere. They existed in Indus valley...

  • 9

    Green Rose, Blue Rose, Yellow Rose: Roses in Different Colors

    10 months ago

    Most of us always see red or pink roses. But have you seen ever a blue or green rose? Here are photographs of a rose in different colors. These photographs are not real, but color manipulated photographs in photo...

  • 10

    Battle of Longewala: India-Pakistan War 1971

    10 months ago

    Battle of Longewala is known as one of the most crucial battles during the Indo-Pak war of 1971. This battle took place at Longewala, an Indian post near international border in the desert of Rajasthan. In spite of of...

  • 5

    Beautiful Vegan Actresses of Hollywood

    9 months ago

    Introduction to famous actresses of Hollywood movies who have adopted a vegan lifestyle. Vegans are Pure Vegetarians who do not eat or use any animal products, even dairy products like milk etc. They do not use leather...

  • 18

    Time Management Humor: How to Waste Your Precious Time?

    13 months ago

    There are only 24 hours in a day, so obviously you can waste 24 hours per day at your best. It is a very sad thing that we can not waste our precious time in advance. But do not worry, try your best and waste maximum of...

  • 13

    Beautiful American Vegetarian Actresses

    20 months ago

    Vegetarianism and Veganism is on rise amongst American actresses, actors, directors and others. Here is a brief introduction to some of the beautiful Hollywood actresses who have adopted vegetarian lifestyle. As the...

  • 8

    King Shivaji and His Muslim Warriors

    10 months ago

    A large part of King Shivaji's army consisted of Muslims. This is a short introduction to the contribution of Muslims in the mission of the great king Shivaji (1630-1674)

  • 2

    Miniature Paintings in Jain Manuscripts

    9 months ago

    The Jain miniature paintings are scattered in thousand of Jain manuscripts, which are preserved traditionally in Jain temples, Jain libraries and Jain Mutts. Further, there is a big collection of Jain manuscripts in...

  • 11

    Top 10 Hindi Movies You Must Watch

    12 months ago

    This is a list of my favorite Hindi movies. I have watched all the movies listed here for more than once. I think that you will surely like to watch these movies.

  • 4

    Genelia D'Souza got married with Riteish Deshmukh: My Opinion

    22 months ago

    Genelia D'Souza, the popular and charming actress of Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam movies got married with the famous actor of Bollywood Riteish Deshmukh.

  • 11

    Foreign Actresses in Bollywood Movies

    12 months ago

    Appearance of foreign actresses in Indian movies is not a new phenomenon. But in recent time, the number of such actresses is grown up. Here is a short introduction to some of the actresses from other countries who...

  • 7

    Astronomy: What is a Light Year?

    10 months ago

    A light year is a unit of measuring the distance, especially used in astronomy. As the distances between the stars, the galaxies are very huge and it is difficult to explain them in regular units of distances, the...

  • 13

    Beautiful Actresses of South Indian Films

    2 months ago

    South Indian film industry is one of the most famous film industries in the world. The industry produce movies in 5 different languages, namely Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and occasionally Hindi. Actresses of...

  • 8

    Beautiful Actresses of Russian Movies

    2 months ago

    Russian film industry is one of the most known film industries in the word. But because of language barriers, we do not know much about the Russian actors and actresses. This is a pictorial introduction to some of the...

  • 4

    Funny Quotes, Stupid Questions and One Liners

    12 months ago

    Funny Quotes, Stupid Questions and One Line Jokes by Mahavir Sanglikar

  • 0

    Bhagwan Mahavir in Brief

    10 months ago

    Bhagwan Mahavir, also know as Vardhaman Mahavir was a great philosopher of ancient India. Here is a brief introduction to Bhagwan Mahavir.

  • 2

    Rajput History: Southern origin of some Rajput clans

    10 months ago

    There is a trend in some clans of Maratha community of Deccan that they are descendents of Rajputs from Rajsthan. But in fact, many of the Rajput Clans like Solanki, Rathod etc were originated from Deccan. It is...

  • 8

    Funny Quotes on Atheism, Religion and God

    2 years ago

    All the funny quotes, stupid questions and thoughts here are from me. If you find few of them elsewhere, there are two reasons for it: Great men think alike, and/or some people like to copy my thoughts. This is just...

  • 45

    How to Increase Your Page Views of Your Blog or Website?

    12 months ago

    Increasing the number of page views of your website, blog or Hub is a very important thing, especially when you are writing to make money. Even if you are not writing for money, then also you should try that the readers...

  • 16

    The Structure of Jain Community

    12 months ago

    Like the religion, the followers of Jainism are also misunderstood. Most of the people think that followers of Jainism are mostly business people, and that too from Gujarat and Rajasthan, two states of western...

  • 2

    How to Write a Press Note and Distribute it?

    19 months ago

    Eventually, you need to spread news about an event, achievement, announcement etc. on personal level or on behalf of institution or organization. Everybody who want to release a news should know some basic things about...

  • 7

    Famous Jains on Postal Stamps

    10 months ago

    Many Jains have contributed to development of India and its culture. Some of them have got place on the postal stamps and postal stationary of India. Here are some of the stamps and postal stationary featuring the great...

  • 7

    First Mahatma Gandhi Stamps India 1948

    10 months ago

    On the first anniversary of India's freedom, the postal department of India issued a set of 4 stamps featuring Mahatma Gandhi. These stamps were in 4 denominations, 1.5, 3.5 and 12 Anaas*, and 10Rupees. These are the...

  • 6

    Freedom of Expression or Freedom of Abusing?

    13 months ago

    Most of the people like to express themselves by this or that way. Writers express themselves by writing articles, books, fictions etc. Many readers express themselves by writing letters to the editor of newspapers and...

  • 0

    Mother Teresa Stamps

    10 months ago

    Mother Teresa was a famous Roman Catholic nun, who worked for orphans, poor and sick people in India and some other countries. She was founder of the renowned institution 'Missionaries of Charity' at Kolkata, India. She...

  • 9

    Freelance Press Photography: How to Earn From It

    10 months ago

    In this digital age, taking photographs and sending them anywhere in the world has become too easy. If you can take better photographs, you can sell them to newspapers and news magazines. You just want to know what are...

  • 18

    The Origin of Shiv and Shaivism

    8 months ago

    Shaivism is the oldest sect of the Hindu religion. But we must note that Shiv is a non- vedic God. There is no reference to Shiv or Shaivism in Rigveda. According to some scholars, Vedic God Rudra was evolved in Shiv....

  • 3

    Using Roman Alphabets for Hindi Language

    8 months ago

    The main problem of this language having such a huge number of speakers living in big geographical area is that there is no common script for this language. It is written mainly in Devanagari script in India, and in...

  • 0

    Albert Einstein Stamps

    10 months ago

    Albert Einstein was one of the most famous scientist we ever saw. He is known as father of modern physics. He is famous for his theory of general relativity. He got Nobel Prize in physics for his contribution to...

  • 11

    Beautiful Actresses of Bollywood Movies

    12 months ago

    A list of popular actresses of Hindi movies in present days. I have listed just few of them, with their short biographies.

  • 28

    SEO: How to Improve Your Google Page Rank

    12 months ago

    some tips for increasing your page rank in Google and other search engines. Read what Google considers for page ranking in search results and take necessary steps. This will help you to see your pages in first or second...

  • 12

    Emperor Ashok and Jainism

    14 months ago

    We all know that Mauryan Emperor Ashok got converted to Buddhism after the war of Kaling. But did you know that he was a Jain before becoming a Buddhist? A brief history.

  • 4

    Top Actors of Bollywood Movies

    12 months ago

    An introduction to popular actors of Bollywood, i.e. Hindi films. A short write ups on Aamir Khan, Ajay Devgan, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Ranbir Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor.

  • 4

    Mahatma Gandhi and Jainism

    10 months ago

    Mahatma Gandhi, the great leader of India's freedom movement was influenced by Jain Philosophy. This article gives you information on Gandhi's affinity with Jainism. Gandhi was born in Modh Vanik community, a merchant...

  • 6

    How to Write in Hindi Language Online?

    2 years ago

    Hindi (also called as Hindustani and Urdu) language is written in three different scripts. The popular scripts are Nagari (in India), modified Persian (By Urdu speakers in India and Pakistan) and Roman. The spread of...

  • 17

    What Jains Do Not Tell You About Jainism?

    12 months ago

    Most of the Jains like to hide the key factors of Jainism and talk only about Non-violence and Vegetarian diet. Here are some unique features of Jainism

  • 3

    Every Coin Has At Least Three Sides

    8 months ago

    When you ask somebody that How many sides a coin has, the most probable answer you will get is 'Two'. But this is a wrong answer, as there is no coin with 2 sides, and every coin has at least 3 sides.

  • 3

    Emperor Chandragupta Maurya and Jainism

    11 months ago

    Emperor Chadragupt Maurya was founder of Mauryan Dynasty. He came from a peacock tamer family, defeated mighty Magadhan Emperor Dhananand, ruled over a large part of South Asia and became a naked Jain ascetic in latter...

  • 1

    Ancient India Timeline 7000 B.C.E. to 550 C.E.

    9 months ago

    Chronology of Ancient Indian History 6000 B.C.E. to 500 C.E.

  • 0

    Jain Art and Architecture: Jain Temples

    2 years ago

    Jainism is one of the most ancient religions of the world. There are many beautiful temples built in ancient and medieval period, in various parts of India. Here are some beautiful photographs of Jain temples which are...

  • 13

    How to Write Informative Articles

    8 months ago

    While writing informative articles, many times you need correct information, references, statistics, facts, quotes etc. To get all these things, you have to read the books on related subjects or to search on the...

  • 1

    Sanskrit: a Language Without Script

    2 years ago

    If we look at the history of Sanskrit, one thing we clearly notice that Sanskritists avoided to use it in written form, and for centuries, it was just an oral language. The method of transforming the literature was to...

  • 1

    Plagiarism by Sanskrit Authors

    14 months ago

    Modern scholars of linguistics have concluded that Ramayan is nothing but expansion of Dashratha Jatak, a Jatak story in Buddhist literature. Mahabharat is collection of the stories traditionally told in non-aryan and...

  • 28

    China, India, Brazil, Iran: Superpowers of the Future

    8 months ago

    But I think, that not any single country will be a superpower in the world, as their will be many powerful countries in the world. Powerful in the sense of economy, science and technology, military, culture and so many...

  • 14

    How a Village Woman Became a Police Officer?

    11 months ago

    a young woman from a small village was selected as Police Sub Inspector in Maharashtra Police. An interesting story of determination and struggle in very adverse circumstances.

  • 13

    God, Religion, Faith, Superstitions etc.

    13 months ago

    People are interested more in knowing about Aliens, Ghosts and Gods instead of knowing human being and self. They like to believe in things that do not exists, and deny realities and truth. Their brains are captured by...

  • 13

    Who Was Krishna?

    9 months ago

    Krishna enjoys a special position in Jainism. He is the elder cousin of Aritthanemi, the 22nd ford maker of Jainism. He is a half Chakravarti (Semi Emperor), and one of the 63 great personalities ..

  • 3

    United States Going to be a Multilingual Nation

    11 months ago

    The number of immigrants in United States is increasing rapidly. This will lead the country to become multilingual. Spanish will become second most important language in United States as it is well distributed in...

  • 18

    How to Learn Spoken English Without a Tuition

    8 months ago

    If you really want to speak English, do not care about pronunciations and grammar. Remember that you are not going to give exams or interview. Just speak in English. Do not care what others would say about your 'wrong'...

  • 9

    Hindi Language is Spreading Rapidly

    12 months ago

    Hindi is the most popular language of Indian subcontinent. It is on number 1 position as the first language, and also on number one position as second language. It is the most popular link language amongst non-Hindi...

  • 4

    Future of Jainism in India

    2 years ago

    But I see a great future for Jainism if a large part of non-Jains take interest in Jainism, if the social composition of Jain community is changed (i.e. the intellectuals replace traders), and non Indians in West and...

  • 6

    Life of Jain Women in India

    9 months ago

    Jain women are also literate, and the literacy rate is highest in Indian women. However it is slightly lower than that of Jain men. A large portion of Jain women are housewives, as they do not need to work for living....

  • 10

    Wrong Friends are Your Enemies

    10 months ago

    We can't live without friends. But if we have made some wrong friends, it may be dangerous for us. When a friend is an enemy in actual?

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    Gomateshwara Bahubali Statue at Shravanabelagola: A Wonder

    10 months ago

    There is a unique statue of Gomateshwar, also known as Bahubali (Armstrong), in southern state of Karnataka in India. The uniqueness of this statue is that this is the world's highest monolithic statue without external...

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    Future of Buddhism in India

    2 years ago

    But it is a sad thing that the spread of Buddhism in India is not satisfactory as it is suffering from many limitations. The notable thing is that about 80% of the people who have adopted Buddhism are from Maharashtra,...

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    The Origin of Hinduism

    9 months ago

    Hinduism is a prominent religion from India. There is no specific definition of this religion, as in actual this is not a religion, but a community of the people from Indian subcontinent who do not follow Islam,...

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    The Origin of Diwali

    11 months ago

    According to Hindus, when Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya after 14 years, that was no moon night. To welcome lord Ram, the people of Ayodhya lighted small lamps in and around there homes. The city of Ayodhya was brightened...

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    Minority Communities in India

    8 months ago

    According to the constitution of India, two types of communities are considered as Minority Communities in the country. First is Religious Minority and second one is Linguistic Minority.

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    Hindi Songs by Natalie Di Luccio

    10 months ago

    Natalie Di Luccio is a beautiful Canadian singer, who sings in many languages including French, German, Italian, Spanish and Hindi. An interesting thing is that she started her professional career with singing in Hindi!

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    What The Great Scholars Said About Sanskrit Language?

    2 years ago

    Great scholar of Indology, linguistic and history have written their bold opinions about Sanskrit language in their scholarly works. Here are some of the quotes by by them regarding Sanskrit Language.

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    Queen Abbakka of Tulunadu and Her Wars against Portuguese Invaders

    11 months ago

    Abbakka was a Queen from coastal Karnataka in India, who defeated Portuguese Army again and again, and restrained them from their further invasion outside Goa. This is Abbakka's short biography

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    Jain Temples in the Forts

    10 months ago

    There are Jain temples inside many forts in India, especially in Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh

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    Death of Chanakya

    10 months ago

    Then, like Chandragupt, Chanakya too became a Jain monk and went to a jungle with other monks to meditate. The cruel Subandhu, who was now Prime Minister, set the jungle on fire and all the monks along with Chanakya...

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    Some Flaws in Indian War Movies

    14 months ago

    Directors of Indian war movies are not serious about showing realities. They spoil a good story with adding songs, comedy, love stories and other things.There are few exceptions, but just exceptions.

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    Chanakya Was Not Kautilya

    12 months ago

    Both the evidences prove that Chanakya and Kautilya are not the same personalities. However, merging them in one another benefited both of them. It magnified their importance, as well as the importance of the specific...

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    Cow is Not Holy in Jainism and Buddhism

    9 months ago

    The Vedic Hindus think that cow is a holy animal. But in ancient time, cows were being killed by Vedics in the name of religious rituals, and beef was one of their popular food.

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    Benefits of Being Single

    10 months ago

    I am happy because I am single. I am single so I am free to do whatever I want to do and whenever I want to do. As I am a freelance writer and unmarried, in both cases I am my own boss.

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    History of Migration of Jain Community

    16 months ago

    Humans are migrating here and there from ancient times. The migrations were due to natural disasters in their region like droughts & famines, floods, earthquakes etc. and also because of the problems created by...

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    Is Sanskrit The Language of Gods?

    11 months ago

    Sanskrit lovers say that Sanskrit is the language of Gods, and so it is eternal, i.e. it exists from beginning of the universe. But is the language God's own language? And does it exist from the time immemorial?

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    Live and Let Live Philosophy of Jainism

    19 months ago

    Live and Let Live symbol in Jainism teaches us tolerance and love.

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    World War II: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and His Submarine Adventure

    9 months ago

    When Hitler refused to help more to Subhash Chandra Bose for his struggle against British, the latter decided to go to Japan for his military activities. Hitler sent him to Japan through a submarine. Bose's submarine...

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    Rare Paintings of Shivaji Maharaj

    12 months ago

    Rare paintings of Chhtrapati Shivaji Maharaj, a great warrior of medieval India. These paintings are of historical value.

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    Freelance Writing: How to Get Published in Newspapers

    12 months ago

    If you are a freelance writer and want to get published in newspapers, these simple tips will help you to see your articles everywhere and at the same time you will earn some money from your writings.

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    Maratha History: 96 Clans of Maratha Community

    10 months ago

    Maratha is an Endogamous Group and has 96 Main Clans in the community. Each Clan has 100 to 250 sub clans. These clans and sub clans are used as surnames.....A brief write up Maratha Clans

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    Public Speaking: How to tell a Joke?

    10 months ago

    If you like to tell jokes, here are some tips for you.

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    Why People Hate?

    9 months ago

    Many people love to hate. They hate other religions, other nations, other political parties, other people......What is the psychology behind this?

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    Jainism: An Introduction to Some Western Jains

    12 months ago

    people of other faiths slowly got attracted towards this less known religion.A small but increasing number of People started to adopt Jainism. Here I am introducing some of the great western individuals, who have...

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    Sanskrit Language for Computer Programming

    2 years ago

    For last two decades, I have been reading and listening that Sanskrit is the best language for Computer Programming. An article was first published on this subject in Forbes magazine in 1987. But Computer Programs are...

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    The Religion of Mauryan Emperors

    10 months ago

    Magadh or Bihar was a great land of activities for Jainism and Buddhism. Jainism and Buddhism were two dominant religions of ancient India. Both the religions were related to ancient Shramanic tradition, distinct from...

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    First Moon Landing: Apollo 11 Mission Postage Stamps

    2 years ago

    A collection of postage stamps on Apollo 11 Mission, issued by United States and other countries

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    Hindi Urdu Hindustani: One Language, Three Names

    8 months ago

    Hindi and Urdu are basically same languages. The biggest difference between them is the alphabets or the scripts in which the languages are written. Hindi is written in Nagari (also called as Devnagari) script, while...

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    Future of English Language in India

    10 months ago

    English will remain important written language until their is no common alphabets for various regional languages in India. But this language will never become first language for speaking for a large portion of the...

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    Mahatma Gandhi Stamps

    8 months ago

    A lot of postal stamps were issued by India and other major countries portraying Mahatma Gandhi. Here are some of such postal stamps issued by countries other than India.

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    Why Indians Are So Crazy About Cricket?

    2 years ago

    The question is that why Indians love this game so much? Why they do not take much interest in sports like Football, Hockey, Athletics, Wrestling, Kabbadi, Kho Kho?

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    Decline of Hinduism: Will Hinduism Survive?

    12 months ago

    Today the percentage of Hindus in Indian community is said to be 79. But in actual, Hindus are not more than 65 %, and when we think of entire Indian subcontinent, they are less than 40%.

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    European Origin of Sanskrit Language

    12 months ago

    All these facts clearly indicates that Sanskrit is closer to European languages, not with Indian languages. Why it is so? The answer is easy. Sanskirt was language of the Aryans who came to India from Eastern parts of...

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    How to Start a Translation Service

    10 months ago

    You can make your living by translating books, documents, letters and other things. Here is a short note on this job.

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    Ancient India: Who was Chanakya?

    9 months ago

    Like Chandragupt Maurya, Chanakya also became a Jain monk after his retirement from his Ministership. Unfortunately, when he was meditating in a jungle with other monks, the jungle was set on fire by a minister of...

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    Top 10 War Movies from Hollywood, Bollywood etc.

    2 months ago

    A list of my favorite war movies with brief introduction. Include war movies from Hollywood, Bollywood and Russia. If you have missed few of them I suggest you to watch them.

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    Why People Watch War Movies?

    8 months ago

    A large portion of film lovers like to watch war movies. Some people think that people love war movies because they want to see violence. Although this is true to some extent, there are some other reasons which attracts...

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    Bhama Shah and Maharana Pratap

    12 months ago

    Bhama Shah was Prime Minister and a brave General of Maharana Pratap.This is a short biography of this great General.

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    Maratha History: Origin of Marathas

    10 months ago

    The origin of the word Maratha is in the ancient Prakrit word `Marhatta'. That is a geographical term, which was used for all the people of Maharashtra. But later it was being used for all the warrior people of...

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    Ancient Prakrit Languages of India

    8 months ago

    This article gives you brief details of various Prakrit Languages of ancient India.

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    Vardhaman Mahaveer and His Life

    6 months ago

    Vardhaman Mahaveer, also known as Teerthankar Mahaveer or Lord Mahaveer, was a socio-religious reformer. He lived in 6th Century B.C. He was contemporary of Buddha.

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    Sanskrit Language Facts

    12 months ago

    This article reveals many facts about Sanskrit language. Although the Sanskrit lovers think that it was a popular language in ancient India, it was never spoken by common people

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    Jain Symbols and Their Meanings: 1. Bull

    2 years ago

    Most of the Jain symbols are images of various animals like Bull, Snake, Lion, Horse, Buffalo, Rhinoceros, tortoise, Monkey etc. Some laanchhans are symbols like Moon, Swastik, Shankh etc.

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