Category Archives: Mains

Mahatma Gandhi’s Views on Liquor Prohibition

Mahatma Gandhi’s Views on Liquor Prohibition Prohibition has a pride of place in the Gandhian vision of the world. To Gandhi “drink is more a disease than a vice” (Young India). “I would hold drink to be more damnable than thieving and perhaps even prostitution.” (M.K. Gandhi, Prohibition At Any Cost). Gandhi recalls that many empires were destroyed through the

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Ram Manohar Lohia

Download Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya March 23,1910 – October 12, 1967 Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya Introduction The socialist leader of a fearless and dynamic personality. Both before independence and in free India he went to prison several times for the sake of the people. A man of rare scholarship and independent thought he toiled to create a society which would

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Gandhi and Tagore

Gandhi called Rabindranath Tagore ‘Gurudev’. There was much in common between the two and much of a difference, too. They held each other in mutual respect, in spite of differences in viewpoint. Both looked upon humanity with love and held a Vision of a better world, but their approaches differed: Gandhi was an activist, Tagore, the imaginative poet, a visionary.

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BPSC 60-62nd Mains 2018 GS Paper-1

The examination 60th to 62nd Common Combined Main (Written) Examination 2018 held on April 27, 28 and 29 and May 4. 27th April 2018: General Hindi 28th April 2018: General Knowledge (Paper I) 29th April 2018: General Knowledge (Paper II) 4th May 2018: Optional Subject (as selected by the candidate) Download here 👉Download Mains Previous Year Question Papers 👉Download BPSC

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Gandhiji’s views on caste, casteism and untouchability

The caste system in India has been thousand years old but for millions of people in India it still defines the fate. In the thread of social reformers in India the latest addition during 20th century was Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi took the front seat when social system of India was full of evils. Gandhiji was against any type of discrimination

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