Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Amravati School of art, Geographical Discoveries in Post Mauryan Period

Amravati School of artIts patrons were Satavahanas and Ikshvakus. The main centers were Nagarjunakonda, Ghantasala, Amravati, Jaggay-yapeta etc. Chief Material used was white marble,...

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Proto Historic Religion and Movements of Ancient India

Religion and Philosophy: Religion is a transforming experience, not a theory of God. It is spiritual consciousness, belief and conduct, rites and ceremonies, dogmas...

Modern Indian Music and Folk Music

Modern Indian musicCulture, in India, although diverse and varied, still binds the country together in some form of common identification. Indian dance and...

The Origin and Mechanism of Indian Monsoon and Wind System

The Mechanism of the Indian Monsoon The climate of India is strongly influenced by monsoon winds. This wind system reverses its course seasonally and...

Jet Streams and Effect of El-Nino on Indian Monsoons

Jet Streams and Indian MonsoonsThe jet streams are high altitude (9000-12000 m) Westerly winds between middle latitudes (summer 35°N, winter 20°N-35°N) in the Northern...

Drought and Floods in India

Drought and Floods in IndiaFloods and drought are normal occurrence in India. The monsoon over India is developed due to intense solar heating in...

Rainfall Distribution in India and North-East Monsoon

North-East MonsoonIn winter when sub-tropical westerly jet stream establishes itself South of Himalayas, an induced anti-cyclonic circulation develops over North India, which triggers the...

Mechanism of the Indian Monsoon

The Mechanism of the Indian Monsoon The climate of India is strongly influenced by monsoon winds. This wind system reverses its course seasonally and...

Concept of Monsoon and Concetps of Halley

Concept of Monsoon and Concepts of HalleySome of the important concepts about the origin of Monsoon have been given as underConcept of Halley (1686)Halley...
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