“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers…

An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.

“The Knowledge Library”

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

General Knowledge Questions & Answers

Q1. Which is the coldest location in the earth? Answer: East Antarctica Q2. Which is the highest peak in India? Answer: Mount Everest. Q3. The second highest peak in India? Answer: Mount K2. Q4. Which is the continent with the most number of countries? Answer: Africa Q5. Which is the country with the most people? Answer: China Q6. Which is the fastest animal on land? Read more…

Update Your Knowledge: Vitamins

Q.1 विटामिन की खोज किस वैज्ञानिक ने की थी? हॉपकींश सी. फंक वाटसन न्यूटन उत्तर- सी. फंक ✔️ Q.2 विटामिन शब्द किस वैज्ञानिक ने दिया था? मेंडलीव सी. फंक न्यूटन वाटसन उत्तर- सी. फंक ✔️ Q.3 विटामिन से कितनी ऊर्जा मिलती है? 100 कैलोरी 50 कैलोरी 90 कैलोरी शून्य उत्तर- शून्य ✔️ Q.4 “विटामिन” किस भाषा का शब्द है? लेटिन Read more…

Difference Between Gandhara, Mathura and Amravati Schools of Philosophy

Gandhara, Mathura & Amravati Schools During the start of the Christian era, Buddhism expanded substantially and stimulated a renewed artistic passion to illustrate the message of Buddha and this led to the development of three main schools of sculpture in India which had evolved their own styles and distinctions. These were named as the Gandhara, Read more…

Indian Schools of Philosophy

Introduction of Indian Philosophy Philosophy arose in India as an enquiry into the mystery of life and existence. Indian philosophy refers to philosophical traditions of the Indian subcontinent. A traditional Hindu classification divides āstika and nāstika schools of philosophy, depending on one of three alternate criteria: whether it believes the Vedas as a valid source of knowledge; whether the school believes in the Read more…

Philosophers in Medieval India

Philosophy in Medieval India Medieval India saw the rise of the Bhakti and the Sufi movements and along with it, a big churn in the way people viewed God and religion. For instance, a lasting effect of the movement is the importance of devotion to God (bhakti) as the way towards salvation. Bhakti saints like Read more…

Jainism | Important Facts

Origin of Jainism Jainism is an ancient religion that is rooted in the philosophy that teaches the way to liberation and a path to spiritual purity and enlightenment through disciplined nonviolence to all living creatures. The essence of Jainism is concern for the welfare of every being in the universe and for the health of the universe Read more…

Important Inscriptions of Ancient India

The inscription is a text produced by carving the letters into a solid surface, but the actual content of the text may be more or less anything. While an edict is a decree or announcement of a law which can be issued in any physical form. Some inscriptions may contain edicts, and some edicts may be issued or Read more…

Knot

Distance at sea is measured differently than distance on the Earth. Definition A nautical mile is defined as a unit of length based on the earth’s circumference that is equal to a single minute of latitude. A nautical mile is not a statute mile (a mile measured over land.) Nautical miles are most commonly used Read more…

Why are there 12 Inches in a Foot?

One foot is equal to 12 inches. A foot (abbreviation ‘’ft’’) is a unit of length in the United States customary and imperial measurement systems. The international agreement defined both units as equivalent to 12 inches, and in both systems, a foot is equal to 12 inches, and a yard is made up of 3ft. Read more…

Nanotechnology

  Nanotechnology deals with extremely small particles. Nanotechnology is the branch of technology dealing with particles of less than 100 nanometers, particularly management of discrete particles and bits. The field entails methods on an ultra-small scale and has developed into an area of in-depth technical study. The wide range of application of nanotechnology seeks to Read more…