Indian National Flag: History, Meaning, and Other Important Facts
Fact about Indian national flag
The national flag of India is also called the 'Tiranga' or the 'Tricolor', as it consists of three colors: saffron, white, and green arranged from top to bottom in equal proportions, along with a blue-colored wheel called Ashoka...
Development of the Education System in India After Independence
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan - initiative by the Indian Government
Since independence in 1947, India has come a long way in terms of its literacy rate. With more universities and educational institutions, Indian students have a much better infrastructure for learning today. This piece tracks...
The Guru Who Refused to Perform a Miracle
A historical account of a Guru who became the epitome of valor...
Myths About Birds Committing Suicide in Jatinga
Myth about birds committing suicide in Jatinga
The small, picturesque village of Jatinga in northeastern India has become known internationally by conservationists and ornithologists for the mysterious phenomenon where hundreds of birds swoop down to this area, only to die a...
Village Life in India
India, or the Republic of India, is located in South Asia. It ranks seventh in terms of area and is the second when it comes to population. The country's economy is dominated by agrarian activity. Village life in India is as...
What is Rule 49-O?
The Constitution of India gives the right to every Indian citizen who is a voter, to abstain from voting for any candidate if he/she finds all the candidates in an election fray ineligible for her/his vote.
Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II
Sawai Jai Singh II, the remarkable Monarch of Jaipur, was a mathematician, an astronomer, and a town planner, par excellence. He set up the famous observatories, known as Jantar Mantars, and built the city of Jaipur.
The Vedic Age of Ancient India
Fact about the Vedic Age
The Aryan civilization is considered as the golden age in Indian history. The arrival of the Aryans marked the beginning of the Vedic Period or the Vedic Age. The world witnessed the evolution of the Hindu religion in this period.
Brief Description of the India-China War of 1962
Fact about India-China War of 1962
The India-China war of 1962, fought at altitudes of over 4,000 meters, proved to be a great learning curve for Indian defense strategists. Here is a brief account of the Sino-Indian War.
List of Prime Ministers and Deputy Prime Ministers of India Since Independence
First prime minister and deputy prime minister of India
The Prime Minister of India is the chief executive of the Government of India. The Deputy Prime Minister, on the other hand, is not a constitutional post, but is usually held by a member holding an important cabinet portfolio....
Facts About the Thar Desert
Thar - the most densely populated desert in the world
All are aware of the Thar desert that spans parts of western India and eastern Pakistan. However, there are some interesting facts about this desert that many may love to know.
Family Life in India
Family life in India
Family life in India is different from that in the western world. The former has tremendous cultural and ethnic diversity, which is why it is appreciated a lot by people from all around the world.
Ganges River Facts
Fact about Ganges river
The river Ganges is considered to be the holiest river in India. Here are some interesting facts about the Ganges, its origin, and the mythology behind its flow.
Facts and Figures About the Bhopal Gas Tragedy
Fact about the Bhopal gas tragedy
Infamously known as the worst industrial accident in the world, the Bhopal Gas Tragedy affected thousands of people in the most awful ways possible. Buzzle compiles the facts and figures of the unfortunate accident.
Did India Get Independence Because of WW2?
Role of world war two in Indian independence
India was going through a political, religious, and patriotic turmoil. It no longer wanted to fall under the imperial shadow of the British empire, various boycott movements broke out in the country along with the nation going to...
History and Facts About the Black Hole of Calcutta
Fact about the Black Hole of Calcutta
Fort William, the stronghold of East India Company witnessed a horrendous incident when under siege by the Nawab of Bengal, Siraj ud-Daulah. Buzzle presents the history and facts behind this barbaric event known as the Black Hole...
Interesting Facts About India
Fact about India - largest and oldest continuous civilization
Situated in the continent of Asia, India is one of the oldest civilizations known to man. We'll check out some important, interesting, as well as fun facts about this diverse country.
Nine Unknown Men - The Secret Society of King Ashoka
The Secret Society of Nine Unknown Men formed by King Ashoka
What if there existed a secret society that held the knowledge of ages much more ancient than the present known secretive wealthy elite - Illuminati? Buzzle enlightens you on the Nine Unknown Men - The Secret Society of King Ashoka.
A Complete List of Presidents and Vice Presidents of India
First President and Vice-President of India
India has had 13 Presidents and 12 Vice Presidents since its independence. This Buzzle article brings to you a complete list of each of them since 1947.
Emergency in India (1975): Causes and Consequences
Duration of Emergency in India
One of the darkest periods in the history of the Republic of India was the declaration of a state of emergency in 1975. Here's some info about the period, including what caused it and what it led to.
US Overarming Pak, India Not Happy
India is not too pleased with the way the United States is channeling weapons to Pakistan.
Facts about India
From sarees to spicy food, beautiful beaches to heavy snowfall; India has it all. Here are some interesting and amazing facts about this country, which give a quick glance of the various cultures and lifestyles followed there.
Of Paper Balls and Lame Death Scenes: Indian Fiction Television
Debate with Indians about anything under the sun, and they will have achieved equal if not more in that field, be it science, information technology or even entertainment. Yes, we have incessantly long, all song and dance,...
Auto Rickshaw: The Little Lord of the Tarmac Jungle
The auto rickshaw is a three-wheel contraption that is ubiquitous as a mode of transport in Indian cities and towns. Here is a tongue-in-cheek take on these plucky little vehicles that ply our roads.
Reverse Racism and Me: Why I Hate The Osho Ashram In Pune
The Osho Ashram in Pune is considered to be a hot spot for everyone around. Here is my two pennies about it.
India and Space Research
India has conducted a significant amount of research in the field of space technology. This Buzzle article sheds some light on its glorified operations.
Indo-Pak Issues Other Than Kashmir
Everyone knows about India and Pakistan's 'Kashmir issue'. This Buzzle article throws some light on issues other than Kashmir between India and Pakistan.