Famous People From India
Sparing a note for the first timers, India is a land of diverse culture. There are some qualities of Indians that have created a lasting impression in the minds of the people. Every Indian is a judgmental and a blamer which may seem contradictory to a lot among us. When you talk to an Indian for a couple of minutes, you will be surprised with the fact that he already has judged you. Now coming to the blamer quality, it is something that the Indians cannot get rid off. The last thing which we can do is to accept their fault without blaming others. Say for example all road accidents, be it big or small occurs due to the fault of others.
First Women Cricketer to Play 200 ODIs – Mithali Raj
Legends are born destined to achieve greatness through sheer determination, hard work and being true to one’s strong beliefs. Success follows such legendary figures in whatever they do. However, there is a flip side too. Individuals have to face dirty politics from the j...
Priyanka Gandhi Story
Success in political arena is measured by being in power. There are thousands of politicians, yet, only a few succeed to remain at the top-of-the-mind personalities. Needless to say, only the destined gets to rule a nation, mostly with iron fist rather than love and compassion...
Hima Das: A Legend is Born!
On the 12th of July 2018, at the IAAF World Under-20 Championships in Finland, Indian teenage sensation Hima Das was born as an Indian track legend. She became a legend in just 51.46s by winning the first-ever Gold Medal for India in the track events. ...
Arunachalam Muruganantham - India’s Pad Man
“The most difficult thing is changing people’s mindset. No man has ever died of poverty. Everything is because of ignorance. To break the age-old taboos and to see girls and women use pads was a difficult task,” revealed India’s Pad Man Arunachalam Muru...
Sonam Kapoor Story
In Bollywood, star kids are born on a silver platter. If these kids have great looks and acting genes in them, they become hot property for filmmakers and producers. Success follows them, irrespective of their initial and repeated failures. Sonam Kapoor was born with...
Sridevi’s celluloid success rested her forever to become immortal for cine aficionados around the world. On the 24th of February 2018, Bollywood diva Sridevi was found dead in Dubai hotel’s bathroom by husband Boney Kapoor. India lost one of the most popular actres...
The Boy Who Lost His Home Grows up to Become the Leader of a Nation: A Ram Nath Kovind Story
When an individual becomes the leader of a nation, they are entrusted with the power and the responsibilities that come with the posit...
Shah Rukh Khan - World’s Second Richest Actor
Profile Shah Rukh Khan is the wealthiest superstar of Bollywood, the Hindi film industry in India. He is also involved in film production, TV hosting, visual effects, and advertisements. He is also a successful entrepreneur having a partnership in Kolkata team for ...
There are many renowned literature scholars, diplomats and sports personalities who have contributed in various fields. Rabindranath Tagore who won Nobel Prize for literature for his work of ‘Gitanjali’ belongs to this country. In politics Mahatma Gandhi shown the world a way to get freedom with his principles of Non-violence and truth.
Sachin Tendulkar is considered as the god of Indian cricket and has 100 international centuries to his credit which is a rare achievement. He holds a number of records in the world of cricket also belong to this beautiful country.
Indians are spice loving people, and their diet is a testimony to that fact. The north Indians consume alarming levels of spice and are still healthy. Variety is the way of life, and this is shown by the list of spices found in this part of the world. Travelling to different parts of the country will throw more weight on this thought. If there is one thing which the Indians are afraid of is their belief in God. The religious sentiments are at all-time high coupled with the fact that there is a truckload of superstitious coupled with it. Last but not the least, the Indians are adjustable people. Since a majority of them are salaried, they are willing to do anything which their boss wants them to do.