heritage of west bengal

A BRIEF IDEA ABOUT WEST BENGAL AND ITS HERITAGE SITES

Heritage of West Bengal A brief idea of West Bengal: Heritage of West Bengal is very enriched. It is a state in eastern India, between the great Himalayas and the Bay of Bengal. Its capital, Kolkata , formerly known as Calcutta, retains architectural and cultural remnants of its past as an East India Company trading […]

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heritage of india

HERITAGE OF INDIA its History, Culture and Diversity

Heritage of India How the name ‘India’ came: ‘India’ is also called ‘Bharat’ . The word ‘Bharat’ was derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Bharata,’ that refers to ‘Agni’ or ‘fire’. Besides , the British referred to the Indian subcontinent as ‘India’.  This term was derived from the river Indus, which denoted the western boundary of

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HERITAGE DAY

WORLD HERITAGE DAY celebration speech for school students and teachers

World Heritage Day World Heritage Day is celebrated on 18th April annually. The day is also known as the International Monuments and Sites Day.The concept for World Heritage Day was proposed by the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) in 1982 and was accepted by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) during

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April fool's day

APRIL FOOL’S DAY its significance as a day to celebrate with pranks, fun and jokes

April Fools’ Day INTRODUCTION : 1st April is considered as April Fool’s Day. It is a day to celebrate with pranks, fun and practical jokes which is observed in many countries around the world. ‘Pranking’ or making any one fool is such a thing which means talk humorously for making amusement. REASONS OF CELEBRATION OF

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good friday

GOOD FRIDAY speech in English for students and teachers

GOOD FRIDAY ‘Good Friday’ is a holy day in Christianity. The word “good” originally means “holy” in Old English,  so this could be synonymous with “Holy Friday” or “God’s Friday. The day is regarded as “Sacred Friday”  in Roman languages .It is a Christian holiday commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus and his death at Calvary. 

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HOLI or DOL YATRA, the festival of colour and mythological story of it for teachers and students.

HOLI / DOL YATRA Holi or Dol Yatra, the festival of colour , is such a festival, for which from a child to elderly, everyone waits. Holi’s traditions vary from one province to another and have their roots in Indian mythology. In many places the festival is associated with the legend of Hiranyakashipu, a demon

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Women’s day

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY importance of the date of 8th March

International Women’s Day International Women’s Day has been observing since early 1900’s. Clara Zetkin is called the Father of this very Day. The day was held on March 8 for the first time in Germany. The cause of Germany’s observance was to recognise women’s right to vote, which German women did not get until 1918.

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national youth day

Importance of NATIONAL YOUTH DAY speech for teachers and students

Vivekananda Jayanti is known as National Youth Day. It is celebrated on 12 January as it is the birthday of the Hindu monk, Swami Vivekananda. He was born on 12th January in 1863. In 1984, the Government of India declared this day would be celebrated as National Youth Day. Swami Vivekananda thought deeply about education

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Children’s day

CHILDREN’s DAY Celebration Speech for Teacher and Student

CHILDREN’s DAY “Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of the nation and the citizens of tomorrow. Only through the right education can a better order of society be built up.”  “The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we

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