History Questions & Answers
In which session Indian National Congress adopted a significant resolution against the use of Indian troops in China, Mesopotamia and Persia?
Right from 1885, Congress had started raising voice against the Foreign Policy of the British. It was in 1892, when they for the first time, objected the military activity of the British along the natural borders of India. The voice was raised against the use of India as a military base against the neighbors of
The main allies of the World War II are also known as Big Three. The big three included the Soviet Union, the United States, and the United Kingdom. The First world war II conference between these Big Three was the Tehran Conference that was held from November 28 to December 1, 1943. It was codenamed
Indian Fiscal Commission was established in 1919 and it recommended tariff Protection for certain Indian Industries. As a follow up to the recommendations to this commission, a tariff board was established in 1923 and in 1924, the Steel Industry of India was given protection.
The first disciples of Buddha after becoming enlightened were two merchants named Tapussa and Bhallika. After becoming enlightened, he sought to find his former teachers Arada and Udaka to teach them, but they had died. He then looked for Kaundinya and other companions. Gautama Buddha now preached his first sermon which deals with the Four
The birth of Buddha is celebrated as Vesaka in some countries. In India it is Buddha Purnima. Gautam Buddha was born in Lumbini, a little principality of Kapilvastu in modern day Nepal. His childhood name was Siddhartha. He was son of Shuddodhana a leader of the shakya clan.