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As the grab for natural resouces in the Amazon continues formerly isolated indigenous groups in Brazil and Peru are being forced into conact with modern civilization, often with tragic results.
He sought the help of Venkatappa Nayaka of Surajpur to fight against the English, he raised a band of warriors and waged guerilla warfare against the English And even defeated them sometimes.
The first work of Mark Cubbon is he shifted the capital Mysore to Bangalore.
Have you ever found yourself wanting to have super powers like Superman or The Flash? Wouldn't it be amazing to experience yourself having super human strength or being able to run at intense speeds for long periods of time? Although having powers as ridiculous as the ones found in DC...
The city of adhai-din-ka Jhonpra and the well- known shrine (Dargah)of the Muslim saint, Khwaja Moin-ud-din Chishti, where a huge annul Urs fair is held.
Many things were seen floating in the water. Men and animals struggled between life and death.
Groundnut is also known as peanut or monkey nut. It is believed that groundnut was introduced in India from Brazil during the 16th century.
Sugarcane crop is the main sources of sugar, gur and Khandsari and holds a pre – eminent position as a cash crop in the country.
The lake region of Eerie, Superior and Michigan have seen a lot of development in iron and steel industry. Raw materials and water transport have helped tremendously.
The art of steel making was known to Indians since ancient times as is evident from the famous Iron pillar in Delhi, which dates back to AD 350.
Jute grows best on the soil enriched by new alluvium brought by river inundation. Loamy soils are most suitable for jute production as water sinks quickly into it.
Under the patronage of the king of Spain, in 1519, he started on a voyage with 5 ships and 243 men
Harappan cities were situated in the basins of major rivers like the Hindus, the Saraswati and their tributaries.
The river Kosi, called the `sorrow of Bihar' has shifted its course over 120 kilometers in recent times.
The cotton lint (fibre) itself is baled for transport to the manufacturing regions (textile industries). The fibres are washed and then comb to form a rope – like mass of fibres known as silver. The silver is fed to the spindles and spun to make cotton yarn.
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