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Manure and fertilizers are the materials put into the soil as nutrients to support the healthy growth of plants. Manuring is the practice of incorporating… Read More
Crops are plants that are grown and harvested by farmers for profit or subsistence. Crops are essential for the survival of both animals and humans.… Read More
During the 17th century, Aurangzeb was one of the last great Muslim rulers of India. He ruled during a period of turmoil and conflict between… Read More
On 12 August 1765, the East India Company turned into the Diwan of Bengal. As Diwan, the Company turned into the boss monetary executive of… Read More
Work helps us earn a living. But more importantly, work gives us a sense of worth to do something and gives meaning to our being.… Read More
To save mother earth, it is very important to conserve our plants and animals. The backbone of our planet is plants and animals so it… Read More
Without woods, life on Earth would not be possible. As the planet’s lungs, the forests and oceans play a critical role in the fight against… Read More
Soil is a critical natural resource. Soil is the earth’s thin surface layer composed of mineral particles formed by the breakdown (weathering) of rocks, decayed… Read More
Agriculture is the science, which mainly deals with the diverse process or strategies used for the development various of plants and animal cultivation or animal… Read More
Microorganisms are very small. We can see them with the help of a microscope. These organisms are known as microbes or microorganisms and are single-celled… Read More
The National Movement of India denotes a huge occasion throughout the entire existence of India. This second assumed an essential part in assisting India with… Read More
On 12 August 1765, the East India Company turned into the Diwan of Bengal as designated by the Mughal ruler. Subsequently, was perceived as the… Read More
In 1600, Queen Elizabeth; the leader of England; gave a contract to the East India Company. The sanction conceded the Company the sole right to… Read More
After the demise of the strong Mughal ruler, Aurangzeb, numerous Mughal commanders and subahdars began attesting and battling for their power. Anyway in the final… Read More
On 12 August 1765, the East India Company turned into the Diwan of Bengal as named by the Mughal ruler. Thus, was perceived as the… Read More

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