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Indian Council Act of 1909 | Morley- Minto Reforms: Main Features

Indian Council Act of 1909 is also known as Morley- Monto Reform. It was instituted to placate the Moderates ( Congress) and introduces separate electorates on the basis of religion. Therefore Lord Minto came to be known as "Father of Communal Electorate in India".    

Recommended for : Indian Council Act , of 1909 AD , Morley-Minto Reform , Communal Electorate

Publish Date : Nov 8, 2017

List of Saints and Teachers of the Bhakti Movement

The Bhakti Movement was the outcome of rigidity in religion and the objects of worship. The Bhakti Movement Saints and teachers belonged to various backgrounds, but mainly from the lower castes. They strongly preach the need for tolerance among humans and religions. It became popular just because this movement challenged the caste system and superiority of Brahamanas. Here, we are giving the list of Saints and Teachers of the Bhakti Movement for general awareness.

Recommended for : List of Saints and teachers of the Bhakti Movement , Popular Saints of Bhakti Movement , Famous Saints of the Medieval India , Bhakti Movement and Bhakti Saints in Indian History , teachings of bhakti saints , information about bhakti and sufi saints , sufi movement saints , bhakti saints of south India , bhakti movement in medieval period , bhakti saints kabir , bhakti movement introduction , bhakti saints of north India

Publish Date : Nov 7, 2017

GK Questions and Answers on the Religious Sects of Ancient India

India is a land of diversity in religion, belief and practices. It is the birthplace of four major religions; namely Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Here, we are giving 10 GK Questions and Answers on the Religious Sects of Ancient India that will help the readers to understand ‘how these religious sects build the strong culture of present India’.

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Publish Date : Jul 25, 2017

GK Questions and Answers on the Personalities of Socio-religious Reform Movements

The 19th century Socio-religious movements created a sense of pride among fellow Indians about their philosophy, science, religion and literature. Here, we are giving 10 GK Question Answers on the Personalities associated with the social-religious reform Movements who tried to reform the Indian Society from rigid religious practices, inhumane practices, superstitions, bigotry, caste system, untouchability, purdah system, sati, child marriage, social inequalities and illiteracy.

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Publish Date : May 17, 2017

Quiz on Ancient Indian History with Answers: Set 5

Jagranjosh.com has published quiz on Ancient Indian History which includes questions on Indus valley civilization, Rigvedic religion and South Indian History.

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Publish Date : Jul 29, 2014

Religion in India: Hinduism (Practices)

Hinduism has developed numerous practices that generally involve seeking awareness of God and blessings from Devas.

Recommended for : Indian Religion , Religion in India , Hinduism , Hinduism Practices

Publish Date : Jan 10, 2013

Religion in India: Hinduism (Typology)

Religion in India: Hinduism (Typology)

Recommended for : Indian Religion , Religion in India , Hinduism , Hinduism Typology

Publish Date : Jan 10, 2013

Religion in India: Hinduism (Etymology)

Religion in India: Hinduism (Etymology)

Recommended for : Indian Religion , Religion in India , Hinduism , Hindu Entymology

Publish Date : Jan 10, 2013

Islamic And The Mughal Architecture

With the advent of Islam, the erstwhile Indian architecture was slightly adapted to allow the traditions of the new religion, but it remained strongly Indian at its heart and character. Arches and domes began to be used and the mosque or masjid too began to form part of the landscape, adding to a new experience in form and space.

Recommended for : Arches And Domes , Mughal Architecture , Tombs , Tolerance

Publish Date : Dec 10, 2010
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