History One-Liners for various competitive examinations
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Maximum questions come from History portion in different competitive exams.
Here are some important History one-liners for students competing for various exams
Watch some of the important History Bits below.
Dashavatar Mandir- Devgarh, Lalitpur
Parvati Mandir- Nachan Kuthar
Vaishnan Mandir- Kano Mountain Malaya
Bhitargaon’s brick temple- Kanpur
Angakorvat Mandir- Cambodia
Shiva Mandir- Donda Plateau Java
Bogajkoi and Percipolus- Turkey
Bhavabhuti- Uttara Ramacharita
* Herodotus is regarded as the father of History wrote ‘Historica’.
* Beal and waters translated the work of Hiuen-Tsang.
*Takkusu translated ‘Si-Eu-Ki’ under the name of A record of the Buddhist region.
*Hieun-Tsang is called the King of travellers who wrote ‘Si-Eu-Ki’
*The Tolkappiyam is a work on the grammar of the Tamil language and the earliest extant work of Tamil literature written by Tholkappiyar
* The Abhidhamma Pitaka is the last of the three Pitakas constituting the Pali Canon, the scriptures of Theravada Buddhism.
*Mrichchhakatikam is attributed to Sudraka it is a ten act drama
*The famous Hindu mathematician, Bhaskaracharya, in his treatise Surya Siddhanta, calculated the time taken for the earth to orbit the sun to nine decimal places (365.258756484 days).
*The Palaeolithic culture of India developed in Pleistocene period
*The word ‘neolithic’ was coined by John Lubbock in 1865.
*The misoliths were discovered by Carlyle in 1867 from Vindhya Rock shelters
*In South India, Fresher discovered neolithic tools in Bellary.
*The ‘Iron Age’ in the world context began about 1300 B.C.
*First metal used by man is Copper
*The largest Mesolithic site is Kothari river
*Pottery first appeared in Neolithic age
*Tools made of flakes appeared in Middle stone age
*Homo sapiens appeared in Upper Palaeolithic period
*The first animal tamed by Neolithic man is Dog
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