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First Indian Men

The first Prime Minister of Independent India

The first President of the Indian Republic

The first Home Minister of India

The first Education Minister

The first Vice-President of India

The first Speaker of the Lok Sabha

The first Muslim President of India

The first president of the Indian National Congress

The first Muslim President of Indian National Congress

The first British Governor-General of India

The first British Viceroy of India

The first Chief Election Commissioner

The first Governor-General of Independent India

The first chairman of the National Human Rights Commission of India

The first Lok pal of India

The first Indian to cross the English Channel

The first person to receive the Gyanpith award

The first man to have climbed Mount Everest twice

The first Indian to join the I.C.S.

The first man who introduced the printing press in India

The first Cheif of Army Staff

The first Field Marshal of India

The first Indian Air Chief Marshal

The first Indian Commander-in-Chief of India

The first person to receive Paramveer Chakra

The first judge of the International Court of Justice

The first Indian Naval Chief

The first person to reach Mt. Everest without oxygen

The first person to receive Nobel Prize in Economics

The first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

The first Chief of Defence Staff

The first Indian to win Olympic Gold in Athletics

Pt.Jawahar Lal Nehru

Dr.Rajendra Prasad

Sardar Vallabha Bhai Patel

Abul Kalam Azad

Dr. Radhakrishnan

Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar

Dr. Zakir Hussain

W. C. Banerjee

Badruddin Tayyabji

Lord William Bentinck

Lord Canning

Sukumar Sen

Chakravarthy Rajagopalachari

Justice Ranganath Misra

Justice P. C. Ghosh

Mihir Sen

Sri Shankar Kurup

Nawang Gombu

Satendranath Tagore

James Hicky

Gen. Maharaj Rajendra Singhji

S. H. F. Manekshaw

Subroto Mukerjee

General Cariappa

Major Somnath Sharma

Dr. Nagendra Singh

Vice Admiral R. D. Katari

Sherpa Anga Dorjee

Amartya Sen

Justice Hiralal J. Kania

General Bipin Rawat

Neeraj Chopra

Important Awards and their Feilds

Pritzker Prize

Kalinga Prize

Abel Prize

Grammy Award

Aga Khan Award

Bihari Puraskar

Saraswati Samman

Jnanpith Award

Vyas Samman

Booker Prize

Moorti Devi Samman

Arjuna Award

Stirling Prize

Tansen Award

Dhanvantri Award

Bowelay Award

Oscar Awards

Dadasaheb Phalke Awards

Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award

Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize

World Food Prize

Right Livelihhod Award

Sangeet Natak Akademi Award

BAFTA Awards












Sports & Games



Medical Sciences


Film Industry



Science & Technology

Agriculture & Food

Environment & Social Justice

Music, Drama & Dance

Television, Films, Video Games & Anmation

Famous Books & It's Author

Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen

Anna Karenina: Leo Tolstoy

Ancient Mariner: Coleridge

Arms and the Man: G.B.Shaw

Animal Farm: George Orwel

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Arthur Conan Doyle

Anand Math: Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay

My Experiments with Truth: Mahatma M.K.Gandhi

Discovery of India: Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru

Mein Kampf: Adolf Hitler

Le Contract Social: Jean Jacques Rousseau

Ain-i-Akbari: Abul Fazal

Akbar-Nama: Abul Fazal

Das Kapital : Karl Marx

Geetanjali: Rabindra Nath Tagore

Raghuvamsa: Kalidas

Avigyan Sakuntalam: Kalidas

Shakuntala: Kalidas

Chitra: R.N.Tagore

Bisarjan: R.N.Tagore

Arthashastra: Kautilya

The Lady of the Last Minstrel: Sir Walter Scott

One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich: Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Pilgrim’s Progress: From This World to That Which Is to Come: John Bunyan 

Baburnama: Babur

Alice in Wonderland: Lewis Carrol

Gulliver’s Travels: Jonathan Swift

Around the World in eighty days: Jules Verne

Ben Hur: Lewis Wallace

The Merchant of Venice: Shakespeare

A Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens

David Copperfield – Charles Dickens

Utopia: Sir Thomas Moor

Crime and Punishment: Dostoevsky

Divine Comedy: Dante

Canterbury Tales: Chaucer

The Wild Iris: Louis Gluck

Antony and Cleopatra: Shakespeare

Canterbury Tales: Chaucer

Count of Monte Cristo: Alexander Dumas

Origin of Species: Charles Darwin

Time Machine: H.G. Wells

Far from the Madding Crowd: Thomas Hardy

Ancient Mariner: Coleridge

The Moon and Sixpence: Somerset Maughan

A passage to India: E.M.Forster

A Dangerous place: D.P. Moynihan

The Moon and Sixpence: Somerset Maughan

Agni Veena: Kazi Nasrul Islam

The Vicar of Wakefield: Oliver Goldsmith

Popular Slogans given by Famous Persons

Inquilab Zindabad 

Quit India

Freedom is my birthright and I shall have it

Give me blood and I shall give you freedom

Jai Hind

Do or die

Aaram haram hai

Jai Jawan Jai Kisan

Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyan

Back to the Vedas

One religion, one caste and one God for mankind

Bhagat Singh

Mahatma Gandhi

Balgangadhar Tilak

Subhas Chandra Bose

Subhas Chandra Bose

Mahatma Gandhi

Jawaharlal Nehru

Lal Bahadur Shastri

Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Swami Dayanand Saraswati

Narayan Guru

Genaral knowledge 

Highest Mountain Rang

Highest Lake

Longest Railway Platform

Largest Church

Largest Park

The largest Parliament

Largest Zoo

The biggest Flower

Largest Bird

Highest Mountain

Highest Airport

Highest waterfalls

computer company introduced mouse for the first time

One kilobyte is equal to

Architect of Supercomputer

computer company introduced mouse for the first time

Who developed the World Wide Web first

Who is Called Livewares

Who Invented the Mechanical Calculator known as Pascaline

What Type of Format is HTML

What are .doc, .pdf, .txt, .png, and .JPG

First Generation Computers

Second Generation Computers

Human-Computer of India

Father of the Computer

shortcut key to print documents is

Father of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Daoism is associated with

Babism is associated with

Confucianism is associated with

Zoroastrianism is associated with

Bhoodan movement is associated with

Sarvodaya movement is associated with

Chipko movement is associated with

Brahma Samaj is associated with

Prarthana Samaj is associated with

Chinmaya Mission is associated with

Servants of India Society is associated with

Indian Association is associated with

Peoples Education Society is associated with

Vana Mahotsava is associated with

Which is called, Hill Queen

Which is called, Pearl of the Orient

Which is called, God's Own Country

Which is called, Queen of Arabian Sea

Sorrow of Bengal

Sorrow of China

Sugar Bowl of World

Rooftop of the World

Land of Midnight Sun

Largest Continent

Largest Island

Largest Ocean

Largest Freshwater Lake

Largest Peninsula

Largest Saltwater Lake

Largest Delta

Which is known as twin cities

state is known as the 'Orchid Paradise of India

Goa become the 25th state of the Indian union on

Jammu & Kashmir was acceded to India on

Name the state with the largest number of registered newspapers

Why do water pipes, in hilly areas, often burst on a cold, frosty night

Why do we hear better on water than land

Why are the mountains cooler than plains

Why is it easier to swim in sea water than in river

The largest paramilitary force in India



Kharagpur (West Bengal)

Basilica of St. Peters in Vatican City

The Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta, Canada


Kruger National Park, South Africa





Angel Falls, Venezuela

Apple Corporation

1024 bytes

Seymour Cray

Apple Corporation

Timothy Berners Lee

People who work with Computers

Blaise Pascal

Document File Format

Computer File Extensions

Machine language

Assembly language

Shakuntala Devi

Charles Babbage

Ctrl + P

John McCarthy


Mirza Ali Muhammad (The Bab)



Vinoba Bhave

Jaya Prakash Narayan

Sundar lal Bahuguna

Raja Ram Mohan Roy

Keasab Chandra Sen

Swami Chinmayananda

Gopalakrishna Gokhale

Surendranath Banerji

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

K.M. Munshi





River Damodar

River Huang He (Yellow River)







Lake Superior


Caspian Sea

Sunderbans (Bengal)

Hyderabad and Secunderabad

Arunachal Pradesh

30th May 1987

 26th October 1947

Uttar Pradesh

When the water in the pipe freezes, it expands. So pipes break

Sound travels faster in water than air

Air on the mountains is less dense so it absorbs less heat

Density of sea water is higher



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