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Bengal Cavalry, Bengal Army, Bengal Presidency
Bengal Cavalry was a part of the Bengal Army of the Bengal Presidency, an administrative province existing during British rule in India. The cavalry comprised of the Regular Regiments and the Irregular Units. Given below are some of the Regular Regiments and the Irregular Units of the Bengal Cavalry. To know more read:
#Bengalcavalry #Bengalarmy #Bengalpresidency

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Bengal Cavalry, Bengal Army, Bengal Presidency
Bengal Cavalry was a part of the Bengal Army of the Bengal Presidency, an administrative province existing during British rule in India. The cavalry comprised of the Regular Regiments and the Irregular Units. Given below are some of the Regular Regiments and the Irregular Units of the Bengal Cavalry. To know more read:
#Bengalcavalry #Bengalarmy #BengalPresidency


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Indian Pochards, Indian Birds
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to various species of birds for residing and nesting. Pochards are no exception in this regard. Common Pochard, Red-Crested Pochard and Baer's Pochard are the three Pochards which have been traced in India. They belong to the kingdom, Animalia; phylum, Chordata; class, Aves; order, Anseriformes; family, Anatidae and subfamily, Aythyinae. These Pochards are described below. To know more read:
#Indianfauna #Indianbirds #Indianpochards

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Costumes of North-East Indian States, Indian Costume
North-east region of India consists of the seven states namely Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura - famous by the name of ‘Seven Sisters’. Along with the scenic beauty of north-eastern India, its traditional ethnic clothes represent the true spirit of India. These North east states of India have beautiful and very unique culture, traditions and lifestyle. People of these states have different traditional dresses and costumes, which only can be explored during the fair and festival season. The real culture and traditions of Sister States are still alive and followed by the young generation. To know more read:
#Indianlifestyle #costumes #NortheastIndia

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Women Writers in Indian English Literature
Indian women novelists have given a new dimension to the Indian literature. Indian English literature has developed over a period of time and writing in English did not start in a day. It took many years and several distinguished personalities to bring the present status and distinction to Indian English literature. Indian literature is not only about novels, it is also about poetries and short stories. Before the rise of novels, several women writers composed songs, short stories and small plays. To know more read:
#EnglishliteratureinIndia #writers #womenwriters

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Jain Pilgrimages in Central Indian States
Jain temples throughout India are noted for their cleanliness and sacred atmosphere. Pilgrimage to sacred places is part of the tradition of Jainism religion in the world. Most of the great Jain pilgrimage sites are distant from the centres of population, almost always on the tops of hills or mountains, and often in surroundings of natural beauty conducive to devotion and meditation. To know more read:
#Indianreligions #Jainpilgrimages #centralIndianstates

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Revdanda, Raigad District, Maharashtra
Revdanda is a village located in the Raigad District of Maharashtra state of India. The village is nestled near Alibag, a coastal town in Konkan region of Maharashtra. It is 17 km away from Alibag and 125 km away from Mumbai. Revdanda is a historical place and is home to various attractive spots that are worth visiting. The beauty of this place attracts tourists from varied distant places of the world. To know more read:
#Indianvillages #Revdanda #Maharashtra




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Hindi Writers, Indian Regional Literature
Literature is a part of the heritage of India. Indian literature exists in varied languages. Various Indians skilled in writing have contributed in creating this part of India’s heritage in the form of stories, novels, prose, essays, etc. Hindi language writers are no exception in this regard. Some of the Hindi writers and their works are given below. To know more read:
#Indianliterature #regionalwriters #Hindiwriters


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Sarees of Banaras
Sarees of Banaras are much coveted items that are a must in the treasure trove of an Indian woman. Varanasi, still locally known as Banaras, is the undisputed centre of India's zari figured-silk weaving industry. The authenticity and ethnic look of Indian costumes are reflected in a woman when she is clad in an intricately designed traditional saree of Banaras. To know more read:
#traditionalwear #sarees #sareesofBenaras


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Thang Yug Gompa, Temples of Himachal Pradesh
The Thang Yug Gompa is one of the most revered monasteries of Himachal Pradesh. It is located in the districts of Lahaul and Spiti. This monastery is one of the most visited monasteries in the district. It was built in the first half of the 14th century. It is an exemplary specimen of the strong impact of Buddhism on the region. To know more read:
#NorthEastIndia #monasteries #ThangYugGompa

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