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Children's Day In India, Significance & Celebration

 Children's Day In India

We celebrate Children's Day on Nov 14 every year to raise awareness regarding children's rights and to supply adequate education and take care of all. Children are the foundation on which the future of the human race stands. 

Gandhi Jayanti - Importance & Celebration in India

October 2 is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti on the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary.  This year marks the 151st birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.  He was born on October 18, 1869, in Porbandar, Gujarat.  He is honored for his immense contribution to the Indian independence movement and his philosophy towards life.  His philosophies have greatly influenced people's lives.

Teachers' Day Celebration, History & Significance

Teachers' Day Celebration

Almost everyone has a teacher of choice, someone who went above and beyond to encourage you because they can see your potential. 

Ayodhya City - The Birthplace of Lord Rama

 Ayodhya- The Birthplace of Lord Rama


The ancient city of Ayodhya is known as the site of the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana and the birthplace of King Rama.  The city is located on the banks of the Sarayu River and was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Kosala.



Ayodhya the birthplace of lord rama

Ayodhya-The Birthplace of Lord Rama

Ayodhya History

The city of Ayodhya was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Ayodhya, where Lord Rama was born.  It is also mentioned in Hindu mythology and Ramayana.  The ancient scriptures of the Atharva Veda describe Ayodhya as a city built by the gods' and compare its prosperity with the glory and splendor of heaven.  Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire in India built a mosque in Ayodhya.  It became part of the great Mughal Empire and was ruled by them for many years.  After the fall of the Mughal Empire, it became part of the Aur Territory, which was later annexed by the British.


Culture & Tradition- Ayodhya


The cultural heritage of the district originated in the past from the Tihya Suryavanshi kingdom.  King Raghu was a shiny character in the Suryavanshi Kshatriya dynasty, after which the Suryavanshi became popularly known as the Raghu dynasty.  Sri Rama was born in the third generation of Raja Raghu, whose image is still alive in the hearts of all Hindus as the Hindu God.  The period of Ramayana was probably the most glorious in the history of ancient India. 


hindu sant in ayodhya

This era marked not only the collection of the holiest scriptures, Vedas, and other sacred literature that laid the foundation of Indian culture and civilization but also the age of law and truthfulness.  The regent held his affairs accountable for matters relating to the reputation of the state and society.  The integrity of the information lies in the unwavering reverence for the epic even after three thousand years.  Lord Rama was the ‘ideal man’ of the Ramayana - every true ideal of human behavior. 


His fourteen years in exile fascinated the human mind more vividly than any other time.  Because he wandered in the wilderness only to honor his father's word, abandoning his rightful heritage.  Apart from these, Ayodhya also had a special place in Indian history.  So Ayodhya has also enjoyed a prominent position from a religious and historical point of view.


Famous Festivals in Ayodhya - 


Ram Leela: Ayodhya


Ram Leela, the storytelling of Lord Rama is believed to have been started by the great saint Tulsidas.  His Ramcharita Manas still forms the basis of Ram Leela.  The story is presented as Ram Leela as a cycle game within 31 days from to.  The performance of Ram Leela evokes a festive atmosphere and enables one to observe religious rites.  The four main Ram Leela styles are the pentomic style with a predominance of jhanki - table boxes;  Dialogue - style based with multi-local stage;  The operative style that draws musical instruments from the region and the background to the local opera - the professional mandala called Ram Leela is famous for the Mandlis ’Ayodhya Mandali Ram Leela.  The performance is dialogue-based and presented on the platform stage.  The performance is complemented by high-quality songs and wood dance, and impressive decorations.


Ram Navmi Mela: Ayodhya


Ayodhya, the holy place of pilgrimage for Hindus is the organizer of the Ram Navami festival in April.  Thousands of devotees gathered at the Kanak Bhavan to worship the Lord.


Shravan Jhula Mela- Ayodhya


This fair celebrates the sports consciousness of the gods and goddesses.  On the third day of the second half of Sravan, images of gods and goddesses (especially Rama, Lakshmana, and Sita) are rocked in the temple.  These are also taken at Mani Parvat, where idols are swayed from tree branches.  Later the gods and goddesses were brought back to the temple.  The fair lasts till the end of Shravan month.


Traditional Food: Ayodhya



The streets of Ayodhya sells colorful chats filled with vendors covered in a mixture of spicy chutneys.  This is a very favorite tangi and crispy snack.  Chaat is an all-time favorite street food of the people there, rich in color and flavor.  It is found in sweet and sour as well as tangy and spicy varieties.  You can enjoy chaat with potato tiki, Pani puri, kachori, samosa, and papdi chaat.


​North Indian Thali:

Most of the restaurants in Ayodhya chooses one of the North Indian dishes.  One of the most popular menu items in town is the North Indian Vegetarian Thali.  A typical dish consists of two to four chapatis, rice, a dal, a vegetable, a salad, pickles, papads, and a dessert.  The ingredients of the dish vary according to its size and price.


Due to the land puja of the Ram temple, a lot of people have gathered in Ayodhya.  Located on the banks of the Saryu River, Ayodhya is a small town but a major religious center in the Faizabad district of Uttar Pradesh.  It is famous as the birthplace of Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. 


Every year, pilgrims from all over the country reach Ayodhya to visit Ram Janmabhoomi, Ramkot, Hanuman Gari, and many more religiously essential places.  Since it is a prominent spiritual position, the meals are only vegetarian, and there is no substitute.  However, enjoying the regional flavors in the small restaurants and street food pairs of Ayodhya is like feeding your soul.


The place to Visit in Ayodhya


The ancient city of Ayodhya is known as the site of the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana and the birthplace of King Rama.  The city is located on the banks of the Sarayu River and was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Kosala.  The city was known to have been founded by the Hindu god Manu and is believed to be 9000 years old.  It is a frequent pilgrimage site and is famous for the various temples that people of different Indian religions visit.  Here is a list of the best places to visit in Ayodhya.


temple in Ayodhya

Ram Janmabhoomi Temple - Ayodhya


Although the region has been the center of controversy since the demolition of the Babri Masjid, the Ram Janmabhoomi temple is one of the main attractions of Ayodhya.  This place is considered to be the birthplace of Lord Rama, the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu.  It is said that the original temple was demolished by the Mughal Emperor Babu in 1515 AD, and a mosque was built there.  However, the mosque was demolished in 1992, and since then, the area has been a source of contention between Hindus and Muslims in India.


Gulab Bari - Ayodhya


The monument is located at Faizabad near Ayodhya and is the tomb of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daulah.  The name Gulab Bari is due to the various rose gardens that ornamental water fountains surround this place.  The architecture is a cross between Hindu and Mughal styles, often described as Nawabi style.


Hanuman Gari - Ayodhya


One of the most important temples of Ayodhya, Hanuman Gari, is a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman.  The temple is located on the top of a hill, and one has to climb about 76 steps to reach there to take the blessings of the Hanuman-inch-tall idol.  It is a widespread belief that devotees must see Hanuman Garhi before visiting the temple of Lord Rama.


Nageshwarnath Temple - Ayodhya


The temple near Ram Ki Paidi is dedicated to Shiva, Nageshwar Nath, or the god of snakes.  Kush built the temple as an indication of gratitude to the younger son of the god Rama when the serpent-daughter of the serpent found his early in the river Sariu and returned it to him.  The Nageshwarnath Temple is an architectural marvel that attracts people from all over the country.


Treta K Thakur - Ayodhya


Treta Ke Thakur, which means Lord of Treta Yuga, is a temple dedicated to Shri Ram.  According to the scriptures, the temple was built at the same place where Lord Rama performed Ashwamedha Yajna to celebrate his victory over Ravana.  The temple has idols of Lord Rama, his wife Sita, younger brother Lakshmana, Bharat and Shatrughan, Guru Vashishta, King Sugriva and Hanuman.  The temple is opened on Ekadashi day or Ekadashi of the Hindu month of Kartik to attract devotees from different parts of the country.


 Mani Parbat - Ayodhya


Mani Parbat is a 65 feet high hill of great mythological importance located in Ayodhya.  According to the Ramayana epic, when Lakshmana was wounded in battle by the Meghnadas, the only medicine he could treat was Sanjivani Buti.  So, Hanuman uprooted this mountain, and on the way to Lakshmana, a part of this mountain fell at this place, and today, it is known as Mani Parvat.


The hill has numerous shrines and the view from the top are mesmerizing.


Government's New Approach


Prime Minister Narendra Modi will review the future outlook for the development of Ayodhya in a virtual meeting with Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today. Sources confirmed on Friday that the future outlook includes modernization, roads, infrastructure, railway stations, airports, and a few other pending projects.


Earlier in February this year, Adityanath said that the Center had approved the state government's proposal for an international airport in Ayodhya.




10 Lines On Independence Day | Indian Independence Day

 Essay Independence Day

10 Lines on Indian Independence Day- Independence Day celebration teaches us so many things related to India’s freedom struggle. This is the occasion when students can learn many things about how India got freedom from the British rule.

List of Prime Minister of India (1947-2019) in Detail

List of Prime Minister of India

India got freedom on 15 August 1947 from British rule. Since then we have 14 Prime Ministers of India. Under the leadership of our Prime Ministers, India stands on the world map with full potential. We are the world's largest democracy with more than 1.3 billion people.


list of prime minister of india

List of Prime Minister of India

If you are looking for Prime Ministers of India list from 1947 to 2019 you can collect from here.

Prime Minister of India List:-



List of Prime Minister of India







Jawahar Lal Nehru

15 August 1947 to 27 May 1964 

16 years, 286 days


Gulzari Lal Nanda

27 May 1964 to 9 June 1964,

13 days


Lal Bahadur Shastri

9 June 1964 to 11 January 1966

1 year, 216 days


Gulzari Lal Nanda

11 January 1966 to 24 January 1966

13 days


Indira Gandhi

24 January 1966 to 24 March 1977

11 years, 59 days


Morarji Desai

24 March 1977 to  28 July 1979

2 year, 126 days


Charan Singh

28 July 1979 to 14 January 1980

170 days


Indira Gandhi

14 January 1980 to 31 October 1984

4 years, 291 days


Rajiv Gandhi

31 October 1984 to 2 December 1989

5 years, 32 days


V. P. Singh

2 December 1989 to 10 November 1990

343 days


Chandra Shekhar

10 November 1990 to 21 June 1991

223 days


P. V. Narasimha Rao

21 June 1991 to 16 May 1996

4 years, 330 days


Atal Bihari Vajpayee

16 May 1996 to 1 June 1996

16 days


H.D. Deve Gowda

1 June 1996 to 21 April 1997

324 days


Inder Kumar Gujral

21 April 1997 to 19 March 1998 

332 days


Atal Bihari Vajpayee

19 March 1998 to 22 May 2004

6 years, 64 days


Manmohan Singh

22 May 2004 to 26 May 2014

10 years, 4 days


Narendra Modi

26 May 2014 - Present



Introduction to the Prime Ministers of India

1. Jawahar Lal Nehru (1889–1964)

Jawahar Lal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of India and the longest-serving PM of India, the first to die in office.

First Prime Minister of India

First Prime Minister of India

2. Gulzari Lal Nanda (1898-1998)

Gulzari Lal Nanda is the first and only acting Prime Minister of India.


3. Lal Bahadur Shastri (1904–1966)

He is the 2nd Prime Minister of India. He has given the slogan of 'Jai Jawan Jai Kisan' during the Indo-Pak war of 1965.


4. Indira Gandhi (1917–1984)

She is the 3rd Prime Minister of India. First female Prime Minister of India. The first lady who served as PM for the second term


5. Morarji Desai (1896–1995)

He is the 4th Prime Minister of India. Morarji Desai was the oldest Prime Minister of India became PM at the age of 81 years and 23 days. He was the first to resign from office. His full name is Morarji Ranchhodji Desai.


6. Charan Singh (1902–1987)

He is the 5th Prime Minister of India. Only PM did not face the Parliament.


7. Rajiv Gandhi (1944–1991)

He is the 6th Prime Minister of India. Rajiv Gandhi was the youngest Prime Ministers of India and became PM at the age of 40 years and 72 days.


8. V. P. Singh (1931–2008)

He is the 7th Prime Minister of India. First PM to step down after a vote of no confidence.


9. Chandra Shekhar (1927–2007)

He is the 8th Prime Minister of India. He belongs to Samajwadi Janata Party.


10. P. V. Narasimha Rao (1921–2004)

He was the 9th Prime Minister of India and the first PM from south India.


11. Atal Bihari Vajpayee (1924- 2018)

Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the 10th Prime Minister of India. He is also the PM for the shortest tenure. He is the first non-congress Prime Minister who completed a full term as Prime Minister of India. He was a great leader and a great poet. He has given the slogan of 'Jai Jawan Jai Kisan Jai Vigyan'.


Tenth Prime Minister of India

Tenth Prime Minister of India

12. H. D. Deve Gowda (Born 1933)

He was the 11th Prime Minister of India. He belongs to Janata Dal.


13. Inder Kumar Gujral (1919–2012)

Inder Kumar was the 12th Prime Minister of India.


14. Manmohan Singh (born 1932)

 Manmohan Singh was the 13th Prime Minister of India. He is the first Sikh Prime Minister of India. He was the 3rd Prime Minister of India who served two consecutive tenures. He also served as finance minister Narasimha Rao cabinet. He is also the most educated prime minister of India.


15. Narendra Modi (born 1950)

Narendra Modi is the current and 14th Prime Minister of India. He is the 4th Prime Minister of India who would serve two consecutive terms as Prime Minister of India and would be the first Non-Congress Party Prime Minister of India who would complete two consecutive terms. He is the first prime minister of India to be born after the Independence of India. He is the 4th Prime Minister of India who served two consecutive tenures.


Manmohan Singh and H. D. Deve Gowda is the only surviving former prime minister of India

Till today we have 14 prime ministers of India. Some are elected twice. They are listed below

·        Atal Bihari Vajpayee

·        Indira Gandhi

·        Narendra Modi

·        Manmohan Singh



Who is the current Prime Minister of India?

Narendra Modi is the current Prime Minister of India.

Who is the longest-serving Prime Minister of India?

Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru is the longest-serving Prime Minister of India. He served from 15 August 1947 to 27 May 1964.

Who is the first Prime Minister of India?

Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of India.

Who is the female Prime Minister of India?

Indira Gandhi was the first and only female Prime Minister of India.

Who served the shortest tenure as a Prime Minister of India?

Atal Bihari Vajpayee served for the shortest tenure as the Prime Minister of India.