Critical Details on the History of Lake Lanier

Critical Details on the History of Lake Lanier

Lake Lanier is a manmade lake which was created back in 1956, after the completion of Buford Dam built on the Chattahoochee River.

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Ban of 59 Chinese Apps by the Indian Government

Ban of 59 Chinese Apps by the Indian Government

Indian Government has decided to go for a digital surgical strike against the Chinese Government. The best way to kill the Chinese is buying banning the Chinese Apps

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Amazing Facts about Ancient India to Know in 2020

Amazing Facts about Ancient India to Know in 2020

There is a lot known about the Gods from ancient India but only a little is known to people about the amazing and appreciable amazing facts about ancient India.

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The Beginning of Creation Myths Inspired before 1000s Years

The Beginning of Creation Myths Inspired before 1000s Years

Creation myths are really, really complicated. And weird. More weird than complicated, like there is a word or a golden egg in unending waters or a lifeless water body of chaos. Chaos. Yes, everything stems…

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The 2nd Latin War – One was not Enough for Poor Romans

The 2nd Latin War – One was not Enough for Poor Romans

The Latins (oh the gods save their poor souls) fought another war with the Romans (what a wow) starting in the year 340 BC.

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Why Celebrate Buddha Purnima in 2020?

Why Celebrate Buddha Purnima in 2020?

One of these holy days is Buddha Purnima 2020, which will be observed on 7th May, 2020. It is celebrated on a full moon day in either April or May every year.

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Roman-Etruscan Wars of Rome

Roman-Etruscan Wars of Rome

So before we talk about these age-old Roman enemies, second only to the Sabines who were unfortunate enough to supply women to Rome

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Happy International Labor Day 2020

Happy International Labor Day 2020

β€œIt is labour indeed that puts the difference on everything.” John Locke – one of the more popular International Labor Day 2020 quotes.

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The First Samnite War

The First Samnite War

There were three Samnite Wars in which Rome very nearly lost (gasps) but ultimately won (sighs of relief) that lasted over a period of fifty years.

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The Battle of Allia

The Battle of Allia

Umm how to put this? The Romans were not all-powerful and invincible. In the late 4th century BC, they were still a regional entity with struggles that they could not overcome. The Romans were, like…

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