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GA Study Notes On Buddhism

➤➤ Buddism  was founded by  Gautama Siddhartha  who was a Kshatriya prince of the  Sakya/Shakya clan . ➤➤ Lord Buddha was born in  623 BC  in the sacred area of  Lumbini (near Kapilavastu)  located in the Terai plains of  southern Nepal. ➤➤ Siddhartha received enlightenment at  Bodh Gaya(Bihar)  at the age of 35, under a  Pipal  tree and became  the Buddha. ➤➤ He delivered his first sermon at  Sarnath  in Banaras and spread his message for approximately 40 years, before dying at the age of 80 in 487  BC  at  Kushinagar  in Deoria district of eastern Uttar Pradesh. ➤➤ The Buddha taught in the language of the ordinary people,  Prakrit , so that everybody could understand his message. ➤➤ There are many stories about Buddha’s lives and are called  Jatakas. ➤➤ The sacred book of Buddhism is called the  Tripitaka  (called Tipitaka in Pali). It is also called the Pali Canon, after the language in which it was first written . ➤➤ Ajatashatru  was the son of King Bimbisara and was a conte

Important Facts about Important Viceroys of India 

VICEROYS OF INDIA Lord Canning (1856-1862) Immediately after Queen Victoria’s proclamation, Lord Canning was appointed  the first viceroy of British India.  During his tenure, the India Penal Code came into force in 1860 and the India Council Act of 1861 was passed by the British Parliament for setting up of legislative councils in the provinces, with Indians as members. Lord Mayo (1869-1872) The Mayo College in Ajmer was established in his honour.  He improved the Andaman jail administration and made systems for the welfare of the prisoners.  He was killed by a Wahabi prisoner in the Andaman jail premises. Lord Lytton (1876-1880) Lytton held a Durbar in Delhi, proclaiming Queen Victoria as the Empress of India.  In 1878, the Vernacular Press Act restricted the freedom of the press. Lord Ripon (1880-1884) During Ripon’s period, there was a phase of progress with the Factories Act, 1881, which tried to improve the position of factory workers. Lord Dufferin (1884-1888) The Indi

Technology in the Workplace By Aishwarya Sharma

In today’s modern world, technology is constantly concerned in our daily lives, from the moment our cellphone wake U.S.A. up through a antecedently found out alarm, until we have a tendency to fall asleep on a meticulously designed orthopaedic bed. No one can escape the barricade of innovation and also the manner it’s affected however we have a tendency to live our lives. We square measure presently positioned in the threshold of gadgets, Internet and Artificial Intelligence. A big a part of our routine takes place in our workplace, a shop, the factory wherever we have a tendency to roll cigarettes, or generally speaking, our workplace. However, due to this new digital era, the conception of workplace and however we have a tendency to develop our careers have modified drastically, at least for the overwhelming majority. People operating from house is a trend that’s rising, thanks to the net and new startup initiatives that are taking advantage of latest and extremely productive operati

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