“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers…

An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.
02/02/2023 11:37 PM

“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers……….
An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.

The Knowledge Library

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Facts About The Trombone

The trombone was created in the 15th century. First made in the 15th century, the trombone has certainly made its mark in music history. Although,

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Facts About Black Color

In terms of science, black isn’t a color at all – it’s what you get when there’s a complete lack, or absorption, of visible light.

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Punctuation Names in English

🔹Apostrophe — (’) 🔹Colon — (:) 🔹Semicolon — (;) 🔹Dash — (—) 🔹Comma — (,) 🔹Quotation Marks — (“”) 🔹Hyphen — (-) 🔹Ellipses Dots —

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The Wolf and the Ass

Once, there lived a pack of Wolves in the forest. The Wolves hunted animals in the forest and the nearby village every day, but they

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The Union Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget 2023-24 in Parliament today. The highlights of the Budget are as follows: PART A Per capita income has more than doubled to ₹1.97 lakh in …

The trombone was created in the 15th century. First made in the 15th century, the trombone has certainly made its mark in music history. Although, the original design, essentially a modified trumpet, is not the same as what we have …

In terms of science, black isn’t a color at all – it’s what you get when there’s a complete lack, or absorption, of visible light. The color black is achromatic, just like white and grey. This means that it has no hue. …

🔹Apostrophe — (’) 🔹Colon — (:) 🔹Semicolon — (;) 🔹Dash — (—) 🔹Comma — (,) 🔹Quotation Marks — (“”) 🔹Hyphen — (-) 🔹Ellipses Dots — (…) 🔹Exclamation Mark — (!) 🔹Question Mark — (?) 🔹Period (Full Stop) — (.) 🔹Parentheses …

▪️Both the legs together have 50% of the nerves of the human body, 50% of the blood vessels and 50% of the blood is flowing through them. *Walk* ▪️ It is the largest circulatory network that connects the body. *So …

Once, there lived a pack of Wolves in the forest. The Wolves hunted animals in the forest and the nearby village every day, but they did not have a leader. Therefore, one day, the Wolves decided to select a leader …

1. Pigeons are actually really smart! They might have a reputation for being a bit…well, stupid – but that’s totally wrong! Pigeons are actually very intelligent animals with complex behaviors and relationships with other pigeons. But how smart are they? …

1. Easter is named after an ancient goddess! Easter is the goddess of dawn, and during the Spring Equinox, people would hold feasts in her honour. The date on which we celebrate Easter changes every year, because of the first …

1. Alexander The Great Founded Ancient Greece! Alexander the Great created Ancient Greece by uniting many city-states. He’s probably the most famous of all Alexanders, as the other contender, Alexander the Average, didn’t achieve that much! 2. Ancient Greeks Hate Beans! …

1. Reptiles can live to a ripe old age! Reptiles are amongst the longest-living species known to scientists. The Aldabra tortoise can live for over 150 years. 2. Some reptiles can detach then regrow their tails! Some lizards can use …

1. Mona Lisa is Not Her Real Name! The woman in the painting’s real name was Lisa Gherardini. The title Mona Lisa roughly translates to “My Lady Lisa.” in Italian. It was commissioned by her husband, an exceedingly wealthy merchant …

1. Hippos are really big Pictures like this don’t do it justice – but the hippo is actually the 3rd largest animal on land! First is elephants (obviously), and 2nd place is rhinos. A fully grown adult hippo can get …

1. It’s the Oldest Tennis Tournament Yes, it’s the oldest tournament of its kind in the world! Wimbledon first started in 1877, and began as a private, men’s only tennis club. It also used to include croquet! Women were first …

1. Ducks quack in different accents Like us humans, ducks have different accents depending on where they’re from. Also like humans, city dwellers usually have harsher, louder voices compared to softly-spoken country ducks! So next time you hear a London …

1. Goats And Humans Go Way Back! Goats were one of the first animals to be tamed by humans! Goats were domesticated from the bezoar or wild goat, Capra hircus, in the hills of western Asia and were being herded …

1. Dragons Have Been Around For Thousands of Years Dragons are nothing new. They’ve been part of world culture and mythology for thousands of years. In fact, some of them are part of creation myths (Stories told to help people …

1. There Are Lots Of Different Types of Rhino 5 infact! The black rhino, the white rhino, the Indian rhino (also known as the greater horned rhino), the Sumatran rhino and the Javan rhino! That’s a lot of different rhinos! …

1. They Are Found In Africa and Asia Hyenas are found all over the place, in lots of different countries throughout Africa and Asia. Spotted and brown Hyenas are found in African countries, stretching all across the continent, whilst striped …

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