INDIAN PARLIAMENT

       INDIAN PARLIAMENT India Became Independent Country on 15th August 1947  . After that   Indian Leaders had decided to follow the parliamentary system because we are been familiar with its working during the British colonial rule.   INDIA – The Largest (democratic) Country                                               Rule by the people        What Is Parliament:                A Parliament is a Legislative ( Law making )Body of Government. THE WORD PARLIAMENT :                    Come From  French verb  ‘‘Parler’’  Which means  to ‘’Speak’’  which make sense that                      …

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AURANGZEB THE MUGHAL EMPEROR

AURANGZEB THE MUGHAL EMPEROR • Aurangzeb ascended the throne with the title of Alamgir or world conqueror. • He was a great general and statesman and nobody could rival in diplomacy and states craft. • He was a pious Muslim who believed the wealth of the state was a trust in its rulers to be spent for the welfare of the people instead of being squandered on personal whims. • He lived simply and frugally. • Aurangzeb is known as Zinda Pir or a living saint because of his simple lifestyle. • He imposed Islamic law, Fatwa I Alamgir in …

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The Supreme Court of India

THE SUPREME COURT: Whenever we talk about the freedom of a country firstly, it comes to equality. Equality of citizen, equality of society, equality of justice. The third pillar of Indian Polity is the Judiciary of India. In India, we have a single integrated judiciary independent of executive and legislative. Indian Judiciary is a single, integrated and independent Judiciary with Supreme Court at its apex. Supreme Court is the final interpreter of the constitution. The constitution has conferred very extensive jurisdiction and vast power on the supreme court.it is the final court of appeal. Supreme Court is the apex nothing …

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The Second Prime Minister of India

SECOND PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA • India has a golden history. This history was created by many people due to their devotion and sacrifice India got freedom. LalBahadurShastri was one of them. • He was a man of great inner strength as well as tolerance. • 2nd October is the birth anniversary of LalBahadurShastri. • The man of values, the first railway minister of free India. • He was the idol of simplicity and he served as the 2nd prime minister of India after the death of Nehru. • He was the passionate lover of mother India. His birth took …

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THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA: • The constitution is the supreme law of the land. • All the laws have to conform to the constitution. • The constitution contains laws concerning the government and its relations with the citizen. • Constitution is concerned with 2 main aspects the relation between the different levels of government and citizens. • Role of the constitution is the relationship between the government and its people. Constitution 1. Legislative– (makes laws) 2. Judicial – (evaluates laws) 3. Executive-(carries outlaws) • It took the constituent assembly three years to write this constitution. • The constitution of India …

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SARDAR VALLABHBHAI PATEL

SARDAR VALLABHBHAI PATEL: Patel was born to Jhaverbhai Patel on 31st October 1875 in Nadiad, Gujarat to father Javerbhai Patel and mother Ladbai. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was a well-known freedom fighter, political activist and lawyer. He was against the British Government and he refused all the posts offered by them. Sardar Patel was also known as “Iron Man of India”. After studying law in England returned to India in 1913 and practice law in Ahmedabad and became one of the city’s most successful barristers. Initially, Vallabhbhai Patel was not much interested in the independence movement. A meeting with Mahatma Gandhi …

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भारत में जेल

भारत में जेल : कारागार का अर्थ उस स्थान या क्षेत्र से है जिसका उपयोग राज्य सरकार के सामान्य या विशिष्ट आदेश के तहत कैदियों की अस्थायी या स्थायी हिरासत के लिए या अदालत द्वारा दोषी ठहराए गए व्यक्तियों की संतुष्टि के लिए किया जाता है। वह व्यक्ति, जिस पर कार्यवाही चल रही हो या न्यायालयों में रखी जाती हो। जेल का उद्देश्य अपराधी को सुधारना और उन्हें स्वतंत्र बनाना है। कारागार का उद्देश्य अपराधी पर प्रतिशोध लेना नहीं है, इसका उद्देश्य एक कैदी को एक बेहतर इंसान बनाना है ताकि वह एक अच्छा नागरिक और भविष्य में समाज के …

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भारत में गरीबी दर

भारत में गरीबी दर: यह सच है कि भारत ने दुनिया के महान व्यापारिक क्षेत्रों में से एक के रूप में अपनी स्थिति खो दी, और ब्रिटिश शासन के बाद एक गरीब देश था। मेरे विचार में असली अपराधी बाजार की ताकतें थीं जो औपनिवेशिक युग के दौरान पश्चिम के पक्ष में झुकी थीं। राजनीतिक अस्थिरता कभी भी अर्थव्यवस्था के लिए अच्छी नहीं होती। उस दौरान स्थानीय सरदार बहुत शक्तिशाली हो गए। परिणामस्वरूप बैंकरों और व्यापारियों ने आय के लिए व्यापारियों और व्यापार में निवेश करने के बजाय इन सरदारों को ऋण देने पर अधिक ध्यान केंद्रित किया। भारत बड़े …

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Importance of Education

IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION: Today, the event is about education and technology. More specifically, it is about empowering the students of today to create the world of tomorrow. We live in an amazing time of technological progress. Every aspect of our lives, economies and societies are being shaped by digital technologies. However, technology is also creating disruption. There’s growing concern over job growth, economic opportunity and the world we are building for the next generation. Democratizing educational opportunities speaks directly to our mission and it’s one of the most pressing societal challenges. We are under no illusion that technology alone is …

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AKBAR

AKBAR: Akbar, the 3rd Mughal emperor. Also known as Akbar the Great, from his birth when his father Humayun was on the run to the magnificent empire that he ended up building; Akbar has been a legend then and now. 15th October 1542 is the accepted date of birth Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar. Humayun conferred on his son the name Badruddin which means full moon of religion.in early years Akbar had an unusually difficult and unpredictable outright dangerous life. Akbar became the Badshah on the sudden death of his father Humayun in January 1556. Akbar was only 13 when he became …

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