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Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar: A Social Reformer

Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar: A Social Reformer

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Medini is a district of Bengal. Veer Singh is a village in that district. In that village, on 26 September 1820, a child was born Who Made The Name Of The Country And Society Bright. He was the educationist and social reformer Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar. Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was the embodiment of simplicity since childhood. The truth was his companion. Purushartha was his life, and he considered helping others as his religion. His early education was based on the old method. The effect of that method remained on him for the rest of his life. He had a deep affection for a girl in his infancy. So deep that he did not even bother to compete with Dharmadhwaji Hindus and came before the country as a true social reformer. Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar had to go to Calcutta to get higher...
Tipu Sultan: The Tiger Of Mysore

Tipu Sultan: The Tiger Of Mysore

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Tipu Sultan is called the tiger of Mysore. Why is he called tiger? Let us know.Tipu Sultan ruled about 200 years ago. His capital was Srirangapatna. Srirangapatna was an island formed by tributaries of the Kaveri river between Bangalore and Mysore. From there, he ruled over Mysore. His kingdom extended from the Krishna River in the north to Dindigul in the South and from Malabar in the west to the slopes of the Eastern Ghats in the east. Today Mysore is the name of a city in Karnataka, and Dindigul is in Tamil Nadu, and Malabar is a part of Kerala. source: twitter.com Tipu's father, Hyder Ali, never dreamed of becoming the king of Mysore. At that time, Mysore was ruled by the Wodeyar family, and Hyder was a soldier. But the Wodeyar rule came to an end due to fighting amongst themsel...
Doctor Sunita Singh: An officer Of The Forest Department.

Doctor Sunita Singh: An officer Of The Forest Department.

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Dr. Sunita Singh has been particularly interested in the active participation of rural women in forest conservation works. Dr. Sunita Singh is a forest officer and has contributed to a lot of work towards forest conservation. After joining the Forest Service, Sunita has worked in many fields. She was very mischievous as a child and perhaps that is why her primary education started late as compared to other children. Sunita's early education Sunita and her family are originally from the Chhapra district of Bihar. Sunita’s father used to work in Delhi, so she did her graduation from Delhi itself. She received a school and college education from Delhi School and higher education in environmental science, Govind Vallabh Pant University. Sunita’s parents wanted her to become a doc...