Art & Culture Current Affairs

Art & Culture Current Affairs 2020-2021 covers all Current Affairs related to Indian Culture, Art and Heritage for UPSC , Civil Services, SSC, Railways etc. Exams. Latest Current Affairs in Indian Culture with all important News Updates.

Three monuments identified as Adarash Smarak: Andhra Pradesh

Three monuments in the State of Andhra Pradesh have been identified under the Adarsh Smarak Scheme. These monuments will be provided with additional amenities and will be made into more tourist-friendly sites.   Highlights This was announced by the Union Minister of Tourism, Culture and Development of North Eastern Region G Kishan Reddy The Buddhist ..

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Ashadhi Bij: The Kutchi New Year

Kutchi New Year is observed every year on second day of shukla paksha or waxing phase of moon in Ashada month. In 2021, it was observed on July 12. Key Points This Hindu New Year is observed in Kutch region of Gujarat. Vikram Samvat 2078 started from June 12, 2021 in Kutch region. In other ..

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Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra begins

One of the biggest festivals of India, Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra for Lord Jagannath was commenced on July 12, 2021 About Jagannath Puri Yatra Jagannath Puri Yatra is held at one of the Char Dhams called Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odisha. This festival is the most famous Vaishnavite rituals observed in India and abroad. On ..

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World’s tallest sandcastle built in Denmark

World’s tallest sandcastle was built in Denmark. It has established new Guinness World Record of 21.16 metres. Denmark’s new sandcastle is 3.5 meter taller than earlier record of 17.66-meter set by Germany in 2019. About Denmark’s Sandcastle Sandcastle is built in the shape of a triangle in order to avoid collapse like many others have. ..

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New human species discovered in Israel

An international group of archaeologists have discovered new human species in Israel which is being considered as a missing piece in the history of human evolution. Key Points Excavations were done at Israeli site of Nesher Ramla. Archaeologists have recovered a skull which might represent a late-surviving example of a distinct Homo population. It is ..

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