Human blood is the main circulatory medium in the body. It is a connective tissue and has fluidity...... the main carrier of oxygen and nutrients, sends it to different organs and tissues of the body and takes away carbon dioxide and other waste products from them.
Water-soluble vitamins (i.e., vitamin B-complex and vitamin C) are micronutrients, get easily dissolved in water, readily absorbed by the tissues.... need to be included in a person's daily diet.... need to be replaced more often. If avoided, the consequences can be deficiency diseases.
The heart is the most important organ of the human body, pumps blood, supplies it to different organs of the body through the circulatory system, a network consisting of blood, blood vessels, and heart which supplies oxygen, nutrients, hormones to the tissues of the body, removes waste products...
sprouted green grams are a very good source of proteins and vitamins, they are fibrous and good for digestion. They are good breakfast and can be used in different salads, easily prepared at home.
A healthy, crunchy, munchy, and tasty snack, goes well with evening tea or other beverages, having little spice and salt, and easily prepared within 10 - 15 minutes.
Many learned persons can be seen in our society, often boasting about themselves, judging others in a poor way, their knowledge and wisdom may be of no use for others, contributing almost nothing to the society. On the contrary, people with average intellect can be seen helpful in the hours of need.
The human eyes one of the greatest gifts of God, that act as a natural camera helps in viewing the world full of colors. Iris, pupil, cornea, lens are some of its main components that react with light entering the eye...
All living organisms are made of cell which performs all the basic functions of life. Cell forms tissues, tissues forms organs, organs form organ system that makes a living organism.
Akbar was not only an expansionist but also a reformer, to consolidate his empire he carried out reforms in almost all branches of administration - central, provincial, military, revenue etc.
Akbar is known for his sound currency system, an important factor in bringing uniformity to administration. He introduced coins of various denominations, known for its purity, artistic execution..... Besides secularity in coins is visible through the use of Hindu symbol of swastik ...
The Mughal rule in India plays a significant role in shaping history. The Mughal Empire lasted for more than two centuries in India ... Credit goes to Grand Mughals especially Akbar and his successors who provided stability and longevity to the empire.
Akbar (1556 - 1605): the real founder of Mughal Empire. His policies led to the consolidation of empire gained the cooperation of Rajputs and non- Muslim subjects, followed the policy of religious tolerance.
History is a part of General Studies in Indian competitive exams. Some basic questions with brief introduction of Indian medieval history are beibg presented. .... Helpful for.....
The questions are of general nature, helpful for students preparing competitive exams in which a candidate's general awareness regarding computers is checked through objective and written questions.
A healthy and delicious drink in the morning. It's a good source of antioxidants, that boosts your immune system, detoxifies your body and improves digestion, plus good for a healthy skin and hair.
Number series is a part of the reasoning in mathematics. It's a very interesting and good exercise for the brain. In most competitive exams it is asked. If you know the tricks you can solve it quickly. The article mainly focuses on three sequences— A.P, G.P., & H.P
Wheat porridge is a delicious, fibrous, nutritive, easy to prepare and a digestive dish. It's a good option for breakfast, good to start your day with a healthy breakfast. It helps in weight loss too.
Potato and sprouted Bengal grams dish is delicious, fibrous and easily prepared, keeps you full. It's a nutritive breakfast, or can be an evening snack, makes you energetic for longer duration.