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17 Jul
The Indian National Flag represents India's long struggle for freedom

Like our country,our National Flag also has a rich history that dates back to Pre-Independence Era

Let's look at some of the flags that were used during Pre-Independence Era and predecessor of our present
National Flag,

The flag came into being in its present form at the meeting of
Constituent Assembly held on July 22, 1947 and it became the official flag of the Dominion of India on August 15, 1947. The National Flag is based on the Swaraj flag, a flag of the Indian National
Congress also designed by Pingali Venkayya. By law the National Flag should be made of khadi and was previously forbidden to be used by common Indian citizens other than on Independence Day and Republic Day.
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16 Jul
Bheemkund And Its Mysteries!
( Chhatarpur, Mp)

“Bheemkund" also known as Neelkund is a natural water source and a holy place. The water of kund is so clean and transparent that you can clearly see fishes playing in the water.
The creatures living under the water are literally visible to certain depths.

There is saying that depth of Bheemkund is limitless/endless and till date no one is able to find the actual depth of Bheemkund. And this has been proved literally. Image
The archaeologists and the excavators have their best to measure the limits of this Kund but none have succeeded. Few years ago a team from "Discovery channel" visited Bheemkund and tried to calculate the depth of Kund but unable to do so. Image
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11 Jul
Bhakt Hanuman Ji’s Giant Footprints Throughout Asia 🙏🏻

Most people of the world are familiar with Bhakt Hanuman Ji, the greatest devotee of Bhagwan Ram

Hanuman Ji is Chiranjeevi (immortal) and A true devotee can feel his presence around.

Here some images of such places where Bhakt Hanuman’s footprint can be seen.

some of which are hundreds of millions of years old.

Hanuman Ji’s Footprint in Thailand
A Giant Footprint Found in Lazovsky, Russia
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10 Jul
The Utsav Murti of Shree Mahalaxmi Ambabai Temple, Kolhapur, Maharashtra

Probably the only idol in the world that was made using three metals - Silver, Copper and Brass

Here the face of the Goddess is made of silver and the rest of her body is made of copper and the cloth is
made of brass. The melting points of these three metals are different, but the idol doesn't have any welding joints, signifying the uniqueness and creativity of the artisans centuries ago. The feature of the lion below the goddess is the same, that his whole body is copper and
the ornaments are brass. Even today, when science is so advanced, attempts to make such idols without assembly fail.

This idol of Mahalaxmi is sculpted in the South Indian style.

The idol is 12-inch tall and 4-inch wide and its artistic style resembles the Chalukya era,
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9 Jul
The ONLY known golden ornament that has survived from Ancient India.

This 1st century B.C. beautiful pair of golden earrings (Prakaravapra Kundala) belonged to a Satavahana Queen from Jaggayyapeta in Andhra Pradesh, decorated with a winged lion and an elephant.
In ancient India, the country of Telugus was very famous for its gold. But this pair of earrings proves the superb quality of early gold-smithing in Andhra region.

It also gives us the first tangible evidence and throws light
on the kind of Jewelry worn by ancient kings and queens of India.

Ironically, this pair of earrings is now at display in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, thousands of miles away from its home in Andhra Pradesh. It was there in India until 20th century.
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8 Jul
Do you know! INDIA is the birthplace of many modern Board Games

And Snakes n Ladders (an ancient board game) is one of them

The 13th century Poet Saint Gyandev created the game of Snakes & Ladders. It was originally called 'Mokshapatam’
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or Vaikunthapaali (coz People used to play it on Vaikuntha Ekadashi day as they will not sleep on that day )

or Paramapadam Sopanam ( where Paramapada means
highest place,means the feet of Bhgwan Vishnu and Sopnam means Steps )

This is not just a game but an allegory to life. In the game of life, the snakes are the bad habits (Vices ) and the ladders are the good habits (Virtues ).
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