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Leonardo Da Vinci – More than an artist

The Italian artist born on April 15, 1452, was the most talented person to have lived till May 2, 1519, with knowledge and curiosity that spanned a wide range of fields. Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, and the Vitruvian Man are some of his popular works amongst others. There are more surprising things about Leonardo […]

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Leonardo Da Vinci – More than an artist

The Italian artist born on April 15, 1452  was the most talented person to have lived till May 2, 1519 with knowledge and curiosity that spanned a wide range of fields. Mona Lisa, The Last Supper and the Vitruvian Man are some of his popular works amongst others. There are more surprising things about Leonardo […]

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NATIONAL ANTI TERRORISM DAY

The word terrorism has been shaking humanity very often. So no one in this entire world needs an explanation for this word of terrorism, because the difference in casts, community, and sex has already defined terrorism in many forms. From a kid to the old, everyone in our country has been aware of terrorism, and […]

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Facts about Islam

1) Islam means giving up or compliance. Salam which is known as peace is the core word of Islam. In a clerical context, the word Islam is known as the giving up of one’s attitude without any obligation to the true will of God in an attempt to achieve harmony. 2) Muslim means anybody or […]

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Amazing Facts about Christianity

Jews are generally correlated as conniving dealers who love capital as in the Middle Ages Christians were banned to grant money with interest but Jews were not. In 1254 the grandson of Genghis Khan, Möngke Khan, hold a pious discussion among Christian, Muslim and Buddhist scholars. The debate finished with the Buddhists sitting quietly as […]

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