As we celebrate Gandhi Jayanti or anniversary of Father of the Nation with a long weekend; let’s take a moment to appreciate the man who has selflessly done so much for this nation. Here, we have compiled a list of some interesting facts, you probably never knew about him.
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15th September, Dr Visvesvaraya’s birthday, is celebrated as the country’s Engineer’s day. He is highly held as a pre-eminent engineer of India. Dr. Visvesvaraya was the chief designer of the flood protection system for the city of Hyderabad, as well as the chief engineer in the construction of the Krishna Sagar dam in Mysore. For all his contributions, he is the recipient of the highest honorary award- Bharat Ratna. As common as this profession is in the country, this day isn’t.
We cheer them, follow them, count their trophies, treat them as God, but today, let’s meet the person behind the scenes who made this possible.
This teacher’s day lets pay tribute to all those famous or not-so-famous but deserving coaches and mentor of famous sports personalities. After all a teacher’s job is not restricted to the classroom but they play a paramount role in shaping, motivating & nurturing the talents, even when they were not visible to rest of the world.
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Rakshabandhan is one of the most cherished festivals listed in Indian calendars. This day celebrates the love in all those silly brother-sister fights and those mischievous pranks you have played on each other. But just one ritual of tying the rakhi is not responsible for all the excitement and enjoyment. There are so many other factors that make the day absolute fun and memorable!
It’s that time of year when we celebrate sibling relationship, of all the infinite festivals Indians celebrate each year, Rakshabandhan is the only major one that celebrates that bond between brothers and sisters. When sisters tie beautiful rakhi on the wrist of their brothers, they pray for his well being. Brothers promise to stand by her in every ups and downs of life and then well, give gifts.
Continuing with the patriotic week, today’s post focuses on the most charismatic personality synonymous to the independence struggle and icon of post-colonial India, Pandit Nehru.
With his elegant fashion statement, rocking affairs and topi, here are a couple of things you probably didn’t know.
“A flag not only of freedom for ourselves, but a symbol of freedom to all people.”
Continuing our patriotic run, we have assimilated some interesting facts about our National Flag that everyone should know:
With 69th Independence Day and our 69% discount *wink wink* just a few hours away, we think it’s best to share some of the interesting facts most people don’t know about our Independence day.