ETHIC IAS launches Optional Courses for OPSC Mains with following subjects. 1. HISTORY 2. PSIR 3. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 4. SOCIOLOGY 5. HOME SCIENCE 6. ODIA
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Maharashtra Diwas is another name for it in Marathi. In Maharashtra, today is a public holiday. On May 1st, 1960, the Bombay State was divided, creating the state of Maharashtra.
Labour Day or May Day are other names for International Labour Day. It is observed on May 1st all across the world. Labour Day is known as Antarrashtriya Shramik Diwas or Kamgar Din in India.
Bajirao I, one of the finest warriors in Indian history, reigned as Peshwa (Prime Minister) to the fourth Maratha Chhatrapati (king) Shahu from 1720 till his death on April 28, 1740. Bajirao I, who is regarded as the most important of the nine Peshwas from the Bhat line, altered the political landscape of India in […]
On September 5, 1888, Radhakrishnan was born in the Tamil Nadu town of Tiruttani. On April 17, 1975, he passed away, yet his lessons live on in people’s memories. When Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was elected as India’s second president, he educated many people. Radhakrishnan excelled as a leader, philosopher, and teacher. He mentored several pupils […]
The festival of Maha Bisubha Sankranti, also called Pana Sankranti, ushers in the solar month of Mesha in the conventional Hindu calendar. In some regions of India, especially in Odisha, it marks the beginning of a new year and often occurs on April 14. The holiday is observed with considerable zest and devotion. Maha Bisubha […]
Born on June 26 or 27, 1838, close to Naihati in Bengal, India—died on April 8, 1894, in Calcutta, India, Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, also written as Chatterjee and known in Bengali as Bakim Candra Caopdhyy, was an Indian author. Through his novels, he helped establish prose as the Bengali language’s literary vehicle and contributed to […]
In the 34th Bengal native Infantry regiment of the East India Company, Mangal Pandey, an inhabitant of Ballia in Uttar Pradesh, served as a sepoy. The officers at Barakpur made a decision that would turn out to be very costly for them at a time when nationalist forces were banding together to revolt against the […]