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Pedda Bala Siksha is an encyclopedia in the Telugu language, suitable for children and adults. The book covers literature, arts, culture, morals, games. Pedda Balasiksha (HardBind, Telugu, Gajula Satyanarayana) Author: Gajula Satyanarayana; Pages; Language: Telugu; Publisher: Vijetha Books. Pedda Bala Siksha is an encyclopedia in the Telugu Language covering literature, arts, culture, morals, games, mythology, and science.
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July Learn how and when to remove this template message. This page was last edited on 20 Mayat Recently Gajula Satyanarayana, a popular writer, has pedda bala siksha his own edition. September Learn how and when to remove this template message. The book was then reprinted inwith 78 pages. Naidupeta has a railway station on Chennai - Hyderabad route operated by South Central Railways Varanasi Varanasi known as Benares, Banaras, or Kashi, is a city on the banks of the river Ganga in Uttar Pradesh , India , kilometres south-east of the state capital, kilometres east of Allahabad.
A major religious hub in India, it is the holiest of the seven sacred cities in Hinduism and Jainism , played an important role in the development of Buddhism and Ravidassia.
Varanasi is one of 72 districts in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. At the time of the census, there were villages in this district; the main native languages of Varanasi are Bhojpuri. Varanasi grew as an important industrial centre, famous for its muslin and silk fabrics, ivory works, sculpture. The city's religious importance continued to grow in the 8th century, when Adi Shankara established the worship of Shiva as an official sect of Varanasi.
During the Muslim rule through Middle Ages , the city continued as an important centre of Hindu devotion, pilgrimage and poetry which further contributed to its reputation as a centre of cultural importance and religious education. Several other major figures of the Bhakti movement were born in Varanasi, including Kabir and Ravidas.
Guru Nanak visited Varanasi for Maha Shivaratri in , a trip that played a large role in the founding of Sikhism. In the 16th century, Varanasi experienced a cultural revival under the Mughal emperor Akbar who patronised the city, built two large temples dedicated to Shiva and Vishnu , though much of modern Varanasi was built during the 18th century, by the Maratha and Brahmin kings; the Kingdom of Benares was given official status by the Mughals in , continued as a dynasty-governed area until Indian independence in Silk weaving and crafts and tourism employ a significant number of the local population, as do the Diesel Locomotive Works and Bharat Heavy Electricals.
Varanasi Hospital was established in Varanasi has been a cultural centre of North India for several thousand years, is associated with the Ganges.
Hindus believe; the city is known worldwide for its many ghats, embankments made in steps of stone slabs along the river bank where pilgrims perform ritual ablutions. Of particular note are the Dashashwamedh Ghat , the Panchganga Ghat , the Manikarnika Ghat and the Harishchandra Ghat, the last two being where Hindus cremate their dead and the Hindu genealogy registers at Varanasi are kept here; the Ramnagar Fort , near the eastern bank of the Ganges, was built in the 18th century in the Mughal style of architecture with carved balconies , open courtyards, scenic pavilions.
The Kashi Naresh is the chief cultural patron of Varanasi, an essential part of all religious celebrations. An educational and musical centre, many prominent Indian philosophers, poets and musicians live or have lived in the city, it was the place where the Benares gharana form of Hindustani classical music was developed.
One of Asia's largest residential universities is Banaras Hindu University ; the Hindi-language nationalist newspaper, Aj, was first published in Traditional etymology links " Varanasi " to the names of two Ganges tributaries forming the city's borders: Varuna , still flowing in northern Varanasi, Assi, today a small stream in the southern part of the city, near Assi Ghat ; the old city is located on the north shores of the Ganges, bounded by Assi.
The name was used by pilgrims dating from Buddha's days. According to Hindu mythology, Varanasi was founded by Shiva, one of three principal deities along with Brahma and Vishnu. During a fight between Brahma and Shiva, one of Brahma's five heads was torn off by Shiva; as was the custom, the victor carried the slain adversary's head in his hand and let it hang down from his hand as an act of ignominy, a sign of his own bravery.
A bridle was put into the mouth. Shiva thus dishonored Brahma's head, kept it with him at all times; when he came to the city of Varanasi in this state, the hanging head of Brahma dropped from Shiva's hand and disappeared in the ground. The population of the district according to the Census was 2,, of which Nellore city is its administrative headquarters; the district is bordered by the Bay of Bengal to the east, Kadapa district to the west, Prakasam District to the north, Chittoor district and Thiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu to the south.
Nellore district is home to the island of Sriharikota , the site where most Indian spacecraft is launched; the name of the district derives from the name of Nellore.
The district was known as Vikrama Simhapuri until the 13th century and it came to be referred to as Nellore. A mythological story from Sthala Purana depicts, a lingam in the form of a stone under nelli tree; the place became Nelli-ooru and to present day Nellore.
Government of Andhra Pradesh renamed the district as Sri Potti Sri Ramulu Nellore District after the freedom fighter and revolutionary Potti Sri Ramulu , who died fasting in an attempt to achieve the formation of a separate state for the Telugu people. With the rise of the Mauryan Empire , many parts of the Andhra Pradesh including Nellore came under its influence and was part of the Ashoka empire in the third century B.
C; the Cholas were an important dynasty in the south peninsula.