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Re: Indo China war Topic

Posted by vinay, (2017-11-23 18:51:16)

A good article on Indo China war
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=145573479415718&id=141467726492960

Re: Intersting facts about history

Posted by taqdeer, (2017-11-23 08:49:45)

for interesting history facts, i recommend a page that you can follow.

/www.facebook.com/History-for-all-141467726492960/

Re: GAPPA NA MAARO

Posted by pind mangli, (2017-11-22 18:39:51)

Thudi koi phen v viaun wali aa mera naal via do

Re: GAPPA NA MAARO

Posted by GAPPAN NA MAARO, (2017-11-22 18:37:56)

TATTA NA HO THAND RAKH CAPTAIN TERA PIO HO SAKDA..EH INFO PAKKI AA

Re: GAPPA NA MAARO

Posted by GAPPAN NA MAARO, (2017-11-22 18:37:52)

TATTA NA HO THAND RAKH CAPTAIN TERA PIO HO SAKDA..EH INFO PAKKI AA

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-22 18:12:01)

These all rumours are because of an editorial published in tribune in july whereby capt said he would notify pcs vacancies bec at that time he was going to retire employees at 58 but after 25 august extension was given as there were no additional funds to support retirement so the present scenario is ke no funds for additional recruitment
kise nu gaalan na kadho bec no one knows notification kdo ani

Re: Pind Mangli

Posted by Gappa na maaro, (2017-11-22 13:22:17)

Befkoofa captain tera peyo aa jehra tenu pta jan ch notification aani. Sala pichle saal ch 50 comment aa gye jehre kende ess mahine aani fer uss mahine fir iss saal hun agle saal. Durr fitteh muh jhooth boln waaleya de

Re: PPSC da bura haal

Posted by Captain saab chup ne, (2017-11-22 13:19:47)

PPSC chairman ta log apni retirement ktn lyi bn jande. Aa comment padh ke kehna ki chairman ki kre jd state gov hi kuch ni krdi. Ta fer PPSC sirf dikhan nu hi autonomous reh gyi. Atleast ppsc di v koi responsibility bndi aa ki nai. Timetable kyu ni bnaande eh. Atleast koi transparency ta howe. Neeche ikk mere veer ne jo keha ki din 4-4 baar notification check krde rehnde o bilkul sahi he. Waise Punjab da hi aa haal he...baaki kaafi states vich saal ya do saal ch nikl anda.

Re: hope

Posted by pind mangli, (2017-11-22 10:02:05)

pcs notification in january

Re: Parali burning

Posted by Aman Bansal, (2017-11-21 07:51:31)

A good article on parali burning
http://gurukunj.com/2017/11/04/crop-residue-burning/

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-21 07:09:24)

Bilkul sahi furmaya veer ne, time schedule zroor hona chahida bhave 2
saal baad test hove.Banda din ch 4var site check krda. Roz kmla hoya rehnda te test da fer v pata nahi. Kai ta upsc de nal tiari kr lainde hone, but mere varge Jo upsc ch over age hoge oh ki krn?

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-21 07:09:20)

Bilkul sahi furmaya veer ne, time schedule zroor hona chahida bhave 2
saal baad test hove.Banda din ch 4var site check krda. Roz kmla hoya rehnda te test da fer v pata nahi. Kai ta upsc de nal tiari kr lainde hone, but mere varge Jo upsc ch over age hoge oh ki krn?

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-21 01:57:41)

Fer v asi kuch ni kar sakde
Saare state commissions da ehi haal
Hun eh gallaaan chado
Te pdho
Nave saal ton pehla kuch ni ana
Maybe early next year
Best of luck

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-20 22:33:03)

tyari ya tyari de gl nhi aethe....main topic ha discussion da b posts lado aungia and ppsc val regular exam conduct kyu nhi kraunde...koi proper time table kyun nhi ha examination da....je kr posts ght ha and yearly base te nhi conduct ho skda fer two years valaninterval rakh len but koi pattern te howe...aeni uncertainity ch te serious candidate v padh nhi paunda ...upsc vale side sb serious tyaare krde ha as time table pehla he aa janda advance ch...koi uncertainity nhi hunde..aspirant da km sirf padhna hunda...but punjab ch aspirant da adha time aa he sochde nikl janda v exam hoyu k nhi j hoya te koi writ pe k ltk na jawe...

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-20 20:17:35)

Koi politician parwaah ni maarda kise group ton aaye pressure da
Naale capt himself has said ke pcs kadhega jaldi
Es forum te kise v candidate di swaaah tyari ni te notification nu ronde ne
Jado sarkar ne kadhna kadh daugi...tuhade kehn na kade badal ne kadhi na capt kadhega
Jd kadhni hoi aape kadhuga

Re: Hope aa jau

Posted by New hope, (2017-11-20 19:53:33)

Ik idea hai.. we can form a group and push govt on social media like twitter to bring out notification... Captain govt had promised jobs in the manifesto.. hun denia vi chahidian

Re: no hope

Posted by hun ki hou, (2017-11-20 19:50:00)

hor pao congress nu votan.. hun na aunda pcs.. 5 saal tak bahut saare candidates tyaari chad jaan gaye ya age limit tap jau..

Re: PPSC wala satta

Posted by PPSC wala bhoot, (2017-11-20 17:41:44)

agle 4 saal no ppsc. So jis din di age 35 ho gyi he o plz dujja km labh lao. Ya koi kol Gurudware ja ke langar khao kyuki hun koi umeed nai.

Re: PPSC wala satta

Posted by PPSC wala bhoot, (2017-11-20 17:41:39)

agle 4 saal no ppsc. So jis din di age 35 ho gyi he o plz dujja km labh lao. Ya koi kol Gurudware ja ke langar khao kyuki hun koi umeed nai.

Re: Fakeera Uncle

Posted by No job so bn jao Fakeer, (2017-11-20 17:37:48)

Mtlb ki pcs niklna nahi so fakeera ke paas jao, khichdi khao aur fir aas paas kheto me beth jao....

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-20 15:03:38)

गाँव का नाम तो ध्यान नहीं। जब लगभग सभी ग्रामीण पलायन कर गये तो फ़कीरा के मित्र एक सन्यासी ने यहाँ एक मकान खरीद लिया। वे बड़े मज़े से सपरिवार यहाँ रहते हैं। खेतों में अकेला घर। और खेत भी देखरेख के अभाव में जंगल ही होते जा रहे हैं। फ़कीरा वैसे तो ज्यादातर बाहर ही घूमते रहते हैं, लेकिन अक्सर यहाँ आ जाते हैं। हमारा भी बड़ा अच्छा सत्कार हुआ। खिचड़ी बनायी। यह कहने की आवश्यकता नहीं कि बड़ा आनंद आया।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-17 22:28:42)

optional nhi hoega....even upsc valea ne optional htaun and age limit ghtaun de reccomendation diti ha....hindu newspaper ch aya...ho skda 2018 vale upsc ch optional howe he na

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-17 17:45:07)

There is nothing on the website

Re: Notification

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-17 14:39:36)

Notification is going to come in about a month and prelims in feb ending or march starting

Re: Pcs notification is out

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-17 13:27:21)

Finally pcs notification is out. Check ppsc website. Thank god. Best of luck guys

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-17 10:49:39)

Mains di science n tech karlo discuss
aukhi hundi bdi main sunea

Re: Topical discussion

Posted by taqdeer, (2017-11-17 06:08:56)

yaar PCS taan aa jau,
Par tyari taan pehlan hi karni paini hai.
Kise topic te discuss kar leya kariye.
Parali burning?

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-16 13:37:38)

Dhuri Sherpur Barhi Manaal Tibba Mehal kalan Dhaner Chakk Bhaika Ferurai Hathoor Bilaspur Moga Faridkot

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-15 23:55:18)

Yr ki fuddu gallaan kri jane o
There is no possibility of optional
Ppsc sec te chairman eh cheez keh chukke
Es lai bas kro
Ainwe loka di prep na khrab kro
Optional te upsc hataun nu firdi
Ppsc kitho leaugi

Re: Pcs 2017

Posted by Rosy, (2017-11-15 15:33:56)

My sincere guidance to all aspirant take your IAS optional in PCS it will help

Re: Pcs 2017

Posted by Pandey ji, (2017-11-14 21:40:24)

Two optional is a confirmed news one in main one in pre,CSAT is qualifying.

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-14 19:06:50)

I request you not to post such useless things as two optionals
Even a peon in ppsc office knows such a news is false.
Je tuhadi apni prep nhi ho rahi chajj di
Dujea nu misguide na kro..es bhaawna nal tusi kde succeed ni kar sakde
Apni frustration eda na kadho

If u cant help dont harm atleast

Re: PCS 2017

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-14 18:00:58)

it will on upsc pattern csat qualifying . two optional in mains.

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-13 20:52:00)

When?

Re: Be ready

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-12 21:56:17)

Captain is going for fresh pcs posts

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-12 19:15:29)

Jo ho gia, so ho gia. Aao nvi shuruat kro. Gilay shikve bhula k, lagg jvo aapni PCS yatra vall.

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-12 19:14:18)

Sathi I larhaai chhado, Aao rall k PCS di tiari kriye

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-12 19:13:08)

Rabb kare Jo bande ess vaar PCS jarur clear hoje

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-12 19:12:22)

Let's Prepare with collective effort.

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-12 19:09:50)

The state is bordered byRajasthanto the west,Haryana,Himachal PradeshandDelhito the northwest,UttarakhandandNepalto the north,Biharto the east,Madhya Pradeshto the south, and touches the states ofJharkhandandChhattisgarhto the southeast. It covers 243,290 square kilometres (93,933 sq mi), equal to 7.33% of the total area of India, and is thefourth-largest Indian state by area. It is thesecond-largest Indian stateby economy, with a GDP of₹14.46 lakh crore(US$230 billion).[14]Agricultureand service industries are the largest parts of the state's economy. The service sector comprises travel andtourism,hotel industry,real estate,insuranceand financial consultancies.The natives of the state are generally called Uttar Bhartiya, or more specifically eitherAwadhi,Bageli,Bhojpuri,Braji,Bundeli, orRohilkhandibytheir region of origin.Hinduismis practised by more than half of the population, followed byIslam. Uttar Pradesh was home to powerful empires of ancient and medieval India. The state has several historical, natural, and religious tourist destinations, such as,Agra,Varanasi,Allahabad,Kaushambi,Ballia,Shravasti,Gorakhpur,Chauri Chaura,Kushinagar,Lucknow,Jhansi,Bareilly,Budaun,Meerut,Mathura,FaizabadandShahjahanpur.HistoryPrehistoryModern humanhunter-gatherers have been in Uttar Pradesh[15][16][17]since between around[18]85,000 and 72,000 years ago. There have also been prehistorical finds in Uttar Pradesh from the Middle and UpperPaleolithicdated to 21,000–31,000 years old[19]andMesolithic/Microlithichunter-gatherersettlement, nearPratapgarh, from around 10550–9550 BC. Villages with domesticated cattle, sheep, and goats and evidence of agriculture began as early as 6000 BC, and gradually developed between c. 4000 and 1500 BC beginning with theIndus Valley CivilisationandHarappa Cultureto theVedic periodand extending into theIron Age.[20][21][22]Ancient and Classical periodRama portrayed as an exile in the forest, accompanied by his wife Sita and brother LakshmanaThe kingdom ofKosala, in theMahajanapadaera, was located within the regional boundaries of modern-day Uttar Pradesh.[23]According to Hindu legend, the divine kingRamaof theRamayanaepic reigned inAyodhya, the capital of Kosala.[24]Krishna, another divine king of Hindu legend, who plays a key role in theMahabharataepic and is revered as the eighth reincarnation (Avatar) of the Hindu godVishnu, is said to have been born in the city ofMathura, in Uttar Pradesh.[23]The aftermath of theMahabharata yuddhis believed to have taken place in the area between the UpperDoabandDelhi, (in what wasKuruMahajanapada), during the reign of thePandavakingYudhishthira. The kingdom of theKuruscorresponds to theBlack and Red WareandPainted Gray Wareculture and the beginning of the Iron Age in northwest India, around 1000 BC.[23]Control over Gangetic plains region was of vital importance to the power and stability of all of India's major empires, including theMaurya(320–200 BC),Kushan(CE 100–250),Gupta(350–600), andGurjara-Pratihara(650–1036) empires.[25]Following theHuns' invasions that broke the Gupta empire, the Ganges-Yamuna Doab saw the rise ofKannauj.[26]During the reign ofHarshavardhana(590–647), the Kannauj empire reached its zenith.[26]It spanned fromPunjabin the north andGujaratin the west toBengalin the east andOdishain the south.[23]It included parts of central India, north of theNarmada Riverand it encompassed the entireIndo-Gangetic plain.[27]Many communities in various parts of India claim descent from the migrants of Kannauj.[28]Soon after Harshavardhana's death, his empire disintegrated into many kingdoms, which were invaded and ruled by the Gurjara-Pratihara empire, which challenged Bengal'sPala Empirefor control of the region.[27]Kannauj was several times invaded by the south IndianRashtrakuta Dynasty, from the 8th century to the 10th century.[29][30]Medieval and Early Modern periodIn the 16th century,Babur, aTimuriddescendant ofTimurandGenghis KhanfromFergana Valley(modern-dayUzbekistan), swept across theKhyber Passand founded theMughal Empire, coveringIndia, along with modern-dayAfghanistan, Pakistan andBangladesh.[31]The Mughals were descended from Persianised Central AsianTurks(with significantMongoladmixture). In theMughalera, Uttar Pradesh became the heartland of the empire.[28]Mughal emperors Babur and Humayun ruled from Delhi.[32][33]In 1540 an Afghan,Sher Shah Suri, took over the reins of Uttar Pradesh after defeating the Mughal king Humanyun.[34]Sher Shah and his son Islam Shah ruled Uttar Pradesh from their capital atGwalior.[35]After the death ofIslam Shah Suri, his prime ministerHemubecame thede factoruler of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, and the western parts of Bengal. He was bestowed the title ofHemchandra Vikramaditya(title ofVikramādityaadopted fromVedic Period) at his formal coronation took place atPurana Quilain Delhi on 7 October 1556. Hemu died in theSecond Battle of Panipat, and Uttar Pradesh came underEmperorAkbar's rule.[36]Akbar ruled fromAgraandFatehpur Sikri.[37]In the 18th century, after the fall of Mughal authority, the power vacuum was filled by theMaratha Empire, in the mid-18th century, the Maratha army invaded the Uttar Pradesh region, which resulted in Rohillas losing control of Rohillkhand to the Maratha rulersRaghunath RaoandMalharao Holkar. The conflict between Rohillas and Marathas came to an end on 18 December 1788 with the arrest of Ghulam Qadir, the grandson of Najeeb-ud-Daula, who was defeated by the Maratha generalMahadaji Scindia. In 1803, following theSecond Anglo-Maratha War, when theBritish East India Companydefeated the Maratha Empire, much of the region came under British suzerainty.[38]British India-eraTimeline of reorganization & name changes of UP[39]1807Ceded and Conquered Provinces14 November 1834Presidency of Agra1 January 1836North-Western Provinces3 April 1858Oudhtaken under British control,Delhitaken away fromNWPand merged intoPunjab1 April 1871Ajmer,Merwara&Kekrimade separate commissioner-ship15 February 1877Oudh added toNorth-Western Provinces22 March 1902RenamedUnited Provinces of Agraand Oudh3 January 1921RenamedUnited Provinces of British India1 April 1937RenamedUnited Provinces1 April 1946Self rule granted15 August 1947Part of independent India24 January 1950Renamed Uttar Pradesh9 November 2000Uttaranchal state, now known asUttarakhand, created from part of Uttar PradeshStarting fromBengalin the second half of the 18th century, a series of battles for north Indian lands finally gave theBritish East India Companyaccession over the state's territories.[40]AjmerandJaipurkingdoms were also included in this northern territory, which was named the "North-Western Provinces" (of Agra). Although UP later became the fifth-largest state of India, NWPA was one of the smallest states of the British Indian empire.[41]Its capital shifted twice between Agra and Allahabad.[42]Due to dissatisfaction with British rule, a serious rebellion erupted in various parts of North India;Bengalregiment's sepoy stationed atMeerutcantonment,Mangal Pandey, is widely credited as its starting point.[43]It came to be known as theIndian Rebellion of 1857. After the revolt failed, the British attempted to divide the most rebellious regions by reorganisingthe administrative boundaries of the region, splitting the Delhi region from'NWFP of Agra' and merging it withPunjab, while theAjmer-Marwarregion was merged withRajputanaandOudhwas incorporated into the state. The new state was called the North Western Provinces of Agra and Oudh, which in 1902 was renamed as theUnited Provinces of Agra and Oudh.[44]It was commonly referred to as the United Provinces or its acronym UP.[45][46]In 1920, the capital of the province was shifted from Allahabad toLucknow. The high court continued to be at Allahabad, but a bench was established at Lucknow. Allahabad continues to be an important administrative base of today's Uttar Pradesh and has several administrative headquarters.[47]Uttar Pradesh continued to be central to Indian politics and was especially important in modern Indian history as a hotbed of theIndian independence movement. Uttar Pradesh hosted modern education

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-12 19:09:45)

The state is bordered byRajasthanto the west,Haryana,Himachal PradeshandDelhito the northwest,UttarakhandandNepalto the north,Biharto the east,Madhya Pradeshto the south, and touches the states ofJharkhandandChhattisgarhto the southeast. It covers 243,290 square kilometres (93,933 sq mi), equal to 7.33% of the total area of India, and is thefourth-largest Indian state by area. It is thesecond-largest Indian stateby economy, with a GDP of₹14.46 lakh crore(US$230 billion).[14]Agricultureand service industries are the largest parts of the state's economy. The service sector comprises travel andtourism,hotel industry,real estate,insuranceand financial consultancies.The natives of the state are generally called Uttar Bhartiya, or more specifically eitherAwadhi,Bageli,Bhojpuri,Braji,Bundeli, orRohilkhandibytheir region of origin.Hinduismis practised by more than half of the population, followed byIslam. Uttar Pradesh was home to powerful empires of ancient and medieval India. The state has several historical, natural, and religious tourist destinations, such as,Agra,Varanasi,Allahabad,Kaushambi,Ballia,Shravasti,Gorakhpur,Chauri Chaura,Kushinagar,Lucknow,Jhansi,Bareilly,Budaun,Meerut,Mathura,FaizabadandShahjahanpur.HistoryPrehistoryModern humanhunter-gatherers have been in Uttar Pradesh[15][16][17]since between around[18]85,000 and 72,000 years ago. There have also been prehistorical finds in Uttar Pradesh from the Middle and UpperPaleolithicdated to 21,000–31,000 years old[19]andMesolithic/Microlithichunter-gatherersettlement, nearPratapgarh, from around 10550–9550 BC. Villages with domesticated cattle, sheep, and goats and evidence of agriculture began as early as 6000 BC, and gradually developed between c. 4000 and 1500 BC beginning with theIndus Valley CivilisationandHarappa Cultureto theVedic periodand extending into theIron Age.[20][21][22]Ancient and Classical periodRama portrayed as an exile in the forest, accompanied by his wife Sita and brother LakshmanaThe kingdom ofKosala, in theMahajanapadaera, was located within the regional boundaries of modern-day Uttar Pradesh.[23]According to Hindu legend, the divine kingRamaof theRamayanaepic reigned inAyodhya, the capital of Kosala.[24]Krishna, another divine king of Hindu legend, who plays a key role in theMahabharataepic and is revered as the eighth reincarnation (Avatar) of the Hindu godVishnu, is said to have been born in the city ofMathura, in Uttar Pradesh.[23]The aftermath of theMahabharata yuddhis believed to have taken place in the area between the UpperDoabandDelhi, (in what wasKuruMahajanapada), during the reign of thePandavakingYudhishthira. The kingdom of theKuruscorresponds to theBlack and Red WareandPainted Gray Wareculture and the beginning of the Iron Age in northwest India, around 1000 BC.[23]Control over Gangetic plains region was of vital importance to the power and stability of all of India's major empires, including theMaurya(320–200 BC),Kushan(CE 100–250),Gupta(350–600), andGurjara-Pratihara(650–1036) empires.[25]Following theHuns' invasions that broke the Gupta empire, the Ganges-Yamuna Doab saw the rise ofKannauj.[26]During the reign ofHarshavardhana(590–647), the Kannauj empire reached its zenith.[26]It spanned fromPunjabin the north andGujaratin the west toBengalin the east andOdishain the south.[23]It included parts of central India, north of theNarmada Riverand it encompassed the entireIndo-Gangetic plain.[27]Many communities in various parts of India claim descent from the migrants of Kannauj.[28]Soon after Harshavardhana's death, his empire disintegrated into many kingdoms, which were invaded and ruled by the Gurjara-Pratihara empire, which challenged Bengal'sPala Empirefor control of the region.[27]Kannauj was several times invaded by the south IndianRashtrakuta Dynasty, from the 8th century to the 10th century.[29][30]Medieval and Early Modern periodIn the 16th century,Babur, aTimuriddescendant ofTimurandGenghis KhanfromFergana Valley(modern-dayUzbekistan), swept across theKhyber Passand founded theMughal Empire, coveringIndia, along with modern-dayAfghanistan, Pakistan andBangladesh.[31]The Mughals were descended from Persianised Central AsianTurks(with significantMongoladmixture). In theMughalera, Uttar Pradesh became the heartland of the empire.[28]Mughal emperors Babur and Humayun ruled from Delhi.[32][33]In 1540 an Afghan,Sher Shah Suri, took over the reins of Uttar Pradesh after defeating the Mughal king Humanyun.[34]Sher Shah and his son Islam Shah ruled Uttar Pradesh from their capital atGwalior.[35]After the death ofIslam Shah Suri, his prime ministerHemubecame thede factoruler of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, and the western parts of Bengal. He was bestowed the title ofHemchandra Vikramaditya(title ofVikramādityaadopted fromVedic Period) at his formal coronation took place atPurana Quilain Delhi on 7 October 1556. Hemu died in theSecond Battle of Panipat, and Uttar Pradesh came underEmperorAkbar's rule.[36]Akbar ruled fromAgraandFatehpur Sikri.[37]In the 18th century, after the fall of Mughal authority, the power vacuum was filled by theMaratha Empire, in the mid-18th century, the Maratha army invaded the Uttar Pradesh region, which resulted in Rohillas losing control of Rohillkhand to the Maratha rulersRaghunath RaoandMalharao Holkar. The conflict between Rohillas and Marathas came to an end on 18 December 1788 with the arrest of Ghulam Qadir, the grandson of Najeeb-ud-Daula, who was defeated by the Maratha generalMahadaji Scindia. In 1803, following theSecond Anglo-Maratha War, when theBritish East India Companydefeated the Maratha Empire, much of the region came under British suzerainty.[38]British India-eraTimeline of reorganization & name changes of UP[39]1807Ceded and Conquered Provinces14 November 1834Presidency of Agra1 January 1836North-Western Provinces3 April 1858Oudhtaken under British control,Delhitaken away fromNWPand merged intoPunjab1 April 1871Ajmer,Merwara&Kekrimade separate commissioner-ship15 February 1877Oudh added toNorth-Western Provinces22 March 1902RenamedUnited Provinces of Agraand Oudh3 January 1921RenamedUnited Provinces of British India1 April 1937RenamedUnited Provinces1 April 1946Self rule granted15 August 1947Part of independent India24 January 1950Renamed Uttar Pradesh9 November 2000Uttaranchal state, now known asUttarakhand, created from part of Uttar PradeshStarting fromBengalin the second half of the 18th century, a series of battles for north Indian lands finally gave theBritish East India Companyaccession over the state's territories.[40]AjmerandJaipurkingdoms were also included in this northern territory, which was named the "North-Western Provinces" (of Agra). Although UP later became the fifth-largest state of India, NWPA was one of the smallest states of the British Indian empire.[41]Its capital shifted twice between Agra and Allahabad.[42]Due to dissatisfaction with British rule, a serious rebellion erupted in various parts of North India;Bengalregiment's sepoy stationed atMeerutcantonment,Mangal Pandey, is widely credited as its starting point.[43]It came to be known as theIndian Rebellion of 1857. After the revolt failed, the British attempted to divide the most rebellious regions by reorganisingthe administrative boundaries of the region, splitting the Delhi region from'NWFP of Agra' and merging it withPunjab, while theAjmer-Marwarregion was merged withRajputanaandOudhwas incorporated into the state. The new state was called the North Western Provinces of Agra and Oudh, which in 1902 was renamed as theUnited Provinces of Agra and Oudh.[44]It was commonly referred to as the United Provinces or its acronym UP.[45][46]In 1920, the capital of the province was shifted from Allahabad toLucknow. The high court continued to be at Allahabad, but a bench was established at Lucknow. Allahabad continues to be an important administrative base of today's Uttar Pradesh and has several administrative headquarters.[47]Uttar Pradesh continued to be central to Indian politics and was especially important in modern Indian history as a hotbed of theIndian independence movement. Uttar Pradesh hosted modern education

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-12 19:09:41)

The state is bordered byRajasthanto the west,Haryana,Himachal PradeshandDelhito the northwest,UttarakhandandNepalto the north,Biharto the east,Madhya Pradeshto the south, and touches the states ofJharkhandandChhattisgarhto the southeast. It covers 243,290 square kilometres (93,933 sq mi), equal to 7.33% of the total area of India, and is thefourth-largest Indian state by area. It is thesecond-largest Indian stateby economy, with a GDP of₹14.46 lakh crore(US$230 billion).[14]Agricultureand service industries are the largest parts of the state's economy. The service sector comprises travel andtourism,hotel industry,real estate,insuranceand financial consultancies.The natives of the state are generally called Uttar Bhartiya, or more specifically eitherAwadhi,Bageli,Bhojpuri,Braji,Bundeli, orRohilkhandibytheir region of origin.Hinduismis practised by more than half of the population, followed byIslam. Uttar Pradesh was home to powerful empires of ancient and medieval India. The state has several historical, natural, and religious tourist destinations, such as,Agra,Varanasi,Allahabad,Kaushambi,Ballia,Shravasti,Gorakhpur,Chauri Chaura,Kushinagar,Lucknow,Jhansi,Bareilly,Budaun,Meerut,Mathura,FaizabadandShahjahanpur.HistoryPrehistoryModern humanhunter-gatherers have been in Uttar Pradesh[15][16][17]since between around[18]85,000 and 72,000 years ago. There have also been prehistorical finds in Uttar Pradesh from the Middle and UpperPaleolithicdated to 21,000–31,000 years old[19]andMesolithic/Microlithichunter-gatherersettlement, nearPratapgarh, from around 10550–9550 BC. Villages with domesticated cattle, sheep, and goats and evidence of agriculture began as early as 6000 BC, and gradually developed between c. 4000 and 1500 BC beginning with theIndus Valley CivilisationandHarappa Cultureto theVedic periodand extending into theIron Age.[20][21][22]Ancient and Classical periodRama portrayed as an exile in the forest, accompanied by his wife Sita and brother LakshmanaThe kingdom ofKosala, in theMahajanapadaera, was located within the regional boundaries of modern-day Uttar Pradesh.[23]According to Hindu legend, the divine kingRamaof theRamayanaepic reigned inAyodhya, the capital of Kosala.[24]Krishna, another divine king of Hindu legend, who plays a key role in theMahabharataepic and is revered as the eighth reincarnation (Avatar) of the Hindu godVishnu, is said to have been born in the city ofMathura, in Uttar Pradesh.[23]The aftermath of theMahabharata yuddhis believed to have taken place in the area between the UpperDoabandDelhi, (in what wasKuruMahajanapada), during the reign of thePandavakingYudhishthira. The kingdom of theKuruscorresponds to theBlack and Red WareandPainted Gray Wareculture and the beginning of the Iron Age in northwest India, around 1000 BC.[23]Control over Gangetic plains region was of vital importance to the power and stability of all of India's major empires, including theMaurya(320–200 BC),Kushan(CE 100–250),Gupta(350–600), andGurjara-Pratihara(650–1036) empires.[25]Following theHuns' invasions that broke the Gupta empire, the Ganges-Yamuna Doab saw the rise ofKannauj.[26]During the reign ofHarshavardhana(590–647), the Kannauj empire reached its zenith.[26]It spanned fromPunjabin the north andGujaratin the west toBengalin the east andOdishain the south.[23]It included parts of central India, north of theNarmada Riverand it encompassed the entireIndo-Gangetic plain.[27]Many communities in various parts of India claim descent from the migrants of Kannauj.[28]Soon after Harshavardhana's death, his empire disintegrated into many kingdoms, which were invaded and ruled by the Gurjara-Pratihara empire, which challenged Bengal'sPala Empirefor control of the region.[27]Kannauj was several times invaded by the south IndianRashtrakuta Dynasty, from the 8th century to the 10th century.[29][30]Medieval and Early Modern periodIn the 16th century,Babur, aTimuriddescendant ofTimurandGenghis KhanfromFergana Valley(modern-dayUzbekistan), swept across theKhyber Passand founded theMughal Empire, coveringIndia, along with modern-dayAfghanistan, Pakistan andBangladesh.[31]The Mughals were descended from Persianised Central AsianTurks(with significantMongoladmixture). In theMughalera, Uttar Pradesh became the heartland of the empire.[28]Mughal emperors Babur and Humayun ruled from Delhi.[32][33]In 1540 an Afghan,Sher Shah Suri, took over the reins of Uttar Pradesh after defeating the Mughal king Humanyun.[34]Sher Shah and his son Islam Shah ruled Uttar Pradesh from their capital atGwalior.[35]After the death ofIslam Shah Suri, his prime ministerHemubecame thede factoruler of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, and the western parts of Bengal. He was bestowed the title ofHemchandra Vikramaditya(title ofVikramādityaadopted fromVedic Period) at his formal coronation took place atPurana Quilain Delhi on 7 October 1556. Hemu died in theSecond Battle of Panipat, and Uttar Pradesh came underEmperorAkbar's rule.[36]Akbar ruled fromAgraandFatehpur Sikri.[37]In the 18th century, after the fall of Mughal authority, the power vacuum was filled by theMaratha Empire, in the mid-18th century, the Maratha army invaded the Uttar Pradesh region, which resulted in Rohillas losing control of Rohillkhand to the Maratha rulersRaghunath RaoandMalharao Holkar. The conflict between Rohillas and Marathas came to an end on 18 December 1788 with the arrest of Ghulam Qadir, the grandson of Najeeb-ud-Daula, who was defeated by the Maratha generalMahadaji Scindia. In 1803, following theSecond Anglo-Maratha War, when theBritish East India Companydefeated the Maratha Empire, much of the region came under British suzerainty.[38]British India-eraTimeline of reorganization & name changes of UP[39]1807Ceded and Conquered Provinces14 November 1834Presidency of Agra1 January 1836North-Western Provinces3 April 1858Oudhtaken under British control,Delhitaken away fromNWPand merged intoPunjab1 April 1871Ajmer,Merwara&Kekrimade separate commissioner-ship15 February 1877Oudh added toNorth-Western Provinces22 March 1902RenamedUnited Provinces of Agraand Oudh3 January 1921RenamedUnited Provinces of British India1 April 1937RenamedUnited Provinces1 April 1946Self rule granted15 August 1947Part of independent India24 January 1950Renamed Uttar Pradesh9 November 2000Uttaranchal state, now known asUttarakhand, created from part of Uttar PradeshStarting fromBengalin the second half of the 18th century, a series of battles for north Indian lands finally gave theBritish East India Companyaccession over the state's territories.[40]AjmerandJaipurkingdoms were also included in this northern territory, which was named the "North-Western Provinces" (of Agra). Although UP later became the fifth-largest state of India, NWPA was one of the smallest states of the British Indian empire.[41]Its capital shifted twice between Agra and Allahabad.[42]Due to dissatisfaction with British rule, a serious rebellion erupted in various parts of North India;Bengalregiment's sepoy stationed atMeerutcantonment,Mangal Pandey, is widely credited as its starting point.[43]It came to be known as theIndian Rebellion of 1857. After the revolt failed, the British attempted to divide the most rebellious regions by reorganisingthe administrative boundaries of the region, splitting the Delhi region from'NWFP of Agra' and merging it withPunjab, while theAjmer-Marwarregion was merged withRajputanaandOudhwas incorporated into the state. The new state was called the North Western Provinces of Agra and Oudh, which in 1902 was renamed as theUnited Provinces of Agra and Oudh.[44]It was commonly referred to as the United Provinces or its acronym UP.[45][46]In 1920, the capital of the province was shifted from Allahabad toLucknow. The high court continued to be at Allahabad, but a bench was established at Lucknow. Allahabad continues to be an important administrative base of today's Uttar Pradesh and has several administrative headquarters.[47]Uttar Pradesh continued to be central to Indian politics and was especially important in modern Indian history as a hotbed of theIndian independence movement. Uttar Pradesh hosted modern education

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The state is bordered byRajasthanto the west,Haryana,Himachal PradeshandDelhito the northwest,UttarakhandandNepalto the north,Biharto the east,Madhya Pradeshto the south, and touches the states ofJharkhandandChhattisgarhto the southeast. It covers 243,290 square kilometres (93,933 sq mi), equal to 7.33% of the total area of India, and is thefourth-largest Indian state by area. It is thesecond-largest Indian stateby economy, with a GDP of₹14.46 lakh crore(US$230 billion).[14]Agricultureand service industries are the largest parts of the state's economy. The service sector comprises travel andtourism,hotel industry,real estate,insuranceand financial consultancies.The natives of the state are generally called Uttar Bhartiya, or more specifically eitherAwadhi,Bageli,Bhojpuri,Braji,Bundeli, orRohilkhandibytheir region of origin.Hinduismis practised by more than half of the population, followed byIslam. Uttar Pradesh was home to powerful empires of ancient and medieval India. The state has several historical, natural, and religious tourist destinations, such as,Agra,Varanasi,Allahabad,Kaushambi,Ballia,Shravasti,Gorakhpur,Chauri Chaura,Kushinagar,Lucknow,Jhansi,Bareilly,Budaun,Meerut,Mathura,FaizabadandShahjahanpur.HistoryPrehistoryModern humanhunter-gatherers have been in Uttar Pradesh[15][16][17]since between around[18]85,000 and 72,000 years ago. There have also been prehistorical finds in Uttar Pradesh from the Middle and UpperPaleolithicdated to 21,000–31,000 years old[19]andMesolithic/Microlithichunter-gatherersettlement, nearPratapgarh, from around 10550–9550 BC. Villages with domesticated cattle, sheep, and goats and evidence of agriculture began as early as 6000 BC, and gradually developed between c. 4000 and 1500 BC beginning with theIndus Valley CivilisationandHarappa Cultureto theVedic periodand extending into theIron Age.[20][21][22]Ancient and Classical periodRama portrayed as an exile in the forest, accompanied by his wife Sita and brother LakshmanaThe kingdom ofKosala, in theMahajanapadaera, was located within the regional boundaries of modern-day Uttar Pradesh.[23]According to Hindu legend, the divine kingRamaof theRamayanaepic reigned inAyodhya, the capital of Kosala.[24]Krishna, another divine king of Hindu legend, who plays a key role in theMahabharataepic and is revered as the eighth reincarnation (Avatar) of the Hindu godVishnu, is said to have been born in the city ofMathura, in Uttar Pradesh.[23]The aftermath of theMahabharata yuddhis believed to have taken place in the area between the UpperDoabandDelhi, (in what wasKuruMahajanapada), during the reign of thePandavakingYudhishthira. The kingdom of theKuruscorresponds to theBlack and Red WareandPainted Gray Wareculture and the beginning of the Iron Age in northwest India, around 1000 BC.[23]Control over Gangetic plains region was of vital importance to the power and stability of all of India's major empires, including theMaurya(320–200 BC),Kushan(CE 100–250),Gupta(350–600), andGurjara-Pratihara(650–1036) empires.[25]Following theHuns' invasions that broke the Gupta empire, the Ganges-Yamuna Doab saw the rise ofKannauj.[26]During the reign ofHarshavardhana(590–647), the Kannauj empire reached its zenith.[26]It spanned fromPunjabin the north andGujaratin the west toBengalin the east andOdishain the south.[23]It included parts of central India, north of theNarmada Riverand it encompassed the entireIndo-Gangetic plain.[27]Many communities in various parts of India claim descent from the migrants of Kannauj.[28]Soon after Harshavardhana's death, his empire disintegrated into many kingdoms, which were invaded and ruled by the Gurjara-Pratihara empire, which challenged Bengal'sPala Empirefor control of the region.[27]Kannauj was several times invaded by the south IndianRashtrakuta Dynasty, from the 8th century to the 10th century.[29][30]Medieval and Early Modern periodIn the 16th century,Babur, aTimuriddescendant ofTimurandGenghis KhanfromFergana Valley(modern-dayUzbekistan), swept across theKhyber Passand founded theMughal Empire, coveringIndia, along with modern-dayAfghanistan, Pakistan andBangladesh.[31]The Mughals were descended from Persianised Central AsianTurks(with significantMongoladmixture). In theMughalera, Uttar Pradesh became the heartland of the empire.[28]Mughal emperors Babur and Humayun ruled from Delhi.[32][33]In 1540 an Afghan,Sher Shah Suri, took over the reins of Uttar Pradesh after defeating the Mughal king Humanyun.[34]Sher Shah and his son Islam Shah ruled Uttar Pradesh from their capital atGwalior.[35]After the death ofIslam Shah Suri, his prime ministerHemubecame thede factoruler of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, and the western parts of Bengal. He was bestowed the title ofHemchandra Vikramaditya(title ofVikramādityaadopted fromVedic Period) at his formal coronation took place atPurana Quilain Delhi on 7 October 1556. Hemu died in theSecond Battle of Panipat, and Uttar Pradesh came underEmperorAkbar's rule.[36]Akbar ruled fromAgraandFatehpur Sikri.[37]In the 18th century, after the fall of Mughal authority, the power vacuum was filled by theMaratha Empire, in the mid-18th century, the Maratha army invaded the Uttar Pradesh region, which resulted in Rohillas losing control of Rohillkhand to the Maratha rulersRaghunath RaoandMalharao Holkar. The conflict between Rohillas and Marathas came to an end on 18 December 1788 with the arrest of Ghulam Qadir, the grandson of Najeeb-ud-Daula, who was defeated by the Maratha generalMahadaji Scindia. In 1803, following theSecond Anglo-Maratha War, when theBritish East India Companydefeated the Maratha Empire, much of the region came under British suzerainty.[38]British India-eraTimeline of reorganization & name changes of UP[39]1807Ceded and Conquered Provinces14 November 1834Presidency of Agra1 January 1836North-Western Provinces3 April 1858Oudhtaken under British control,Delhitaken away fromNWPand merged intoPunjab1 April 1871Ajmer,Merwara&Kekrimade separate commissioner-ship15 February 1877Oudh added toNorth-Western Provinces22 March 1902RenamedUnited Provinces of Agraand Oudh3 January 1921RenamedUnited Provinces of British India1 April 1937RenamedUnited Provinces1 April 1946Self rule granted15 August 1947Part of independent India24 January 1950Renamed Uttar Pradesh9 November 2000Uttaranchal state, now known asUttarakhand, created from part of Uttar PradeshStarting fromBengalin the second half of the 18th century, a series of battles for north Indian lands finally gave theBritish East India Companyaccession over the state's territories.[40]AjmerandJaipurkingdoms were also included in this northern territory, which was named the "North-Western Provinces" (of Agra). Although UP later became the fifth-largest state of India, NWPA was one of the smallest states of the British Indian empire.[41]Its capital shifted twice between Agra and Allahabad.[42]Due to dissatisfaction with British rule, a serious rebellion erupted in various parts of North India;Bengalregiment's sepoy stationed atMeerutcantonment,Mangal Pandey, is widely credited as its starting point.[43]It came to be known as theIndian Rebellion of 1857. After the revolt failed, the British attempted to divide the most rebellious regions by reorganisingthe administrative boundaries of the region, splitting the Delhi region from'NWFP of Agra' and merging it withPunjab, while theAjmer-Marwarregion was merged withRajputanaandOudhwas incorporated into the state. The new state was called the North Western Provinces of Agra and Oudh, which in 1902 was renamed as theUnited Provinces of Agra and Oudh.[44]It was commonly referred to as the United Provinces or its acronym UP.[45][46]In 1920, the capital of the province was shifted from Allahabad toLucknow. The high court continued to be at Allahabad, but a bench was established at Lucknow. Allahabad continues to be an important administrative base of today's Uttar Pradesh and has several administrative headquarters.[47]Uttar Pradesh continued to be central to Indian politics and was especially important in modern Indian history as a hotbed of theIndian independence movement. Uttar Pradesh hosted modern education

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The state is bordered byRajasthanto the west,Haryana,Himachal PradeshandDelhito the northwest,UttarakhandandNepalto the north,Biharto the east,Madhya Pradeshto the south, and touches the states ofJharkhandandChhattisgarhto the southeast. It covers 243,290 square kilometres (93,933 sq mi), equal to 7.33% of the total area of India, and is thefourth-largest Indian state by area. It is thesecond-largest Indian stateby economy, with a GDP of₹14.46 lakh crore(US$230 billion).[14]Agricultureand service industries are the largest parts of the state's economy. The service sector comprises travel andtourism,hotel industry,real estate,insuranceand financial consultancies.The natives of the state are generally called Uttar Bhartiya, or more specifically eitherAwadhi,Bageli,Bhojpuri,Braji,Bundeli, orRohilkhandibytheir region of origin.Hinduismis practised by more than half of the population, followed byIslam. Uttar Pradesh was home to powerful empires of ancient and medieval India. The state has several historical, natural, and religious tourist destinations, such as,Agra,Varanasi,Allahabad,Kaushambi,Ballia,Shravasti,Gorakhpur,Chauri Chaura,Kushinagar,Lucknow,Jhansi,Bareilly,Budaun,Meerut,Mathura,FaizabadandShahjahanpur.HistoryPrehistoryModern humanhunter-gatherers have been in Uttar Pradesh[15][16][17]since between around[18]85,000 and 72,000 years ago. There have also been prehistorical finds in Uttar Pradesh from the Middle and UpperPaleolithicdated to 21,000–31,000 years old[19]andMesolithic/Microlithichunter-gatherersettlement, nearPratapgarh, from around 10550–9550 BC. Villages with domesticated cattle, sheep, and goats and evidence of agriculture began as early as 6000 BC, and gradually developed between c. 4000 and 1500 BC beginning with theIndus Valley CivilisationandHarappa Cultureto theVedic periodand extending into theIron Age.[20][21][22]Ancient and Classical periodRama portrayed as an exile in the forest, accompanied by his wife Sita and brother LakshmanaThe kingdom ofKosala, in theMahajanapadaera, was located within the regional boundaries of modern-day Uttar Pradesh.[23]According to Hindu legend, the divine kingRamaof theRamayanaepic reigned inAyodhya, the capital of Kosala.[24]Krishna, another divine king of Hindu legend, who plays a key role in theMahabharataepic and is revered as the eighth reincarnation (Avatar) of the Hindu godVishnu, is said to have been born in the city ofMathura, in Uttar Pradesh.[23]The aftermath of theMahabharata yuddhis believed to have taken place in the area between the UpperDoabandDelhi, (in what wasKuruMahajanapada), during the reign of thePandavakingYudhishthira. The kingdom of theKuruscorresponds to theBlack and Red WareandPainted Gray Wareculture and the beginning of the Iron Age in northwest India, around 1000 BC.[23]Control over Gangetic plains region was of vital importance to the power and stability of all of India's major empires, including theMaurya(320–200 BC),Kushan(CE 100–250),Gupta(350–600), andGurjara-Pratihara(650–1036) empires.[25]Following theHuns' invasions that broke the Gupta empire, the Ganges-Yamuna Doab saw the rise ofKannauj.[26]During the reign ofHarshavardhana(590–647), the Kannauj empire reached its zenith.[26]It spanned fromPunjabin the north andGujaratin the west toBengalin the east andOdishain the south.[23]It included parts of central India, north of theNarmada Riverand it encompassed the entireIndo-Gangetic plain.[27]Many communities in various parts of India claim descent from the migrants of Kannauj.[28]Soon after Harshavardhana's death, his empire disintegrated into many kingdoms, which were invaded and ruled by the Gurjara-Pratihara empire, which challenged Bengal'sPala Empirefor control of the region.[27]Kannauj was several times invaded by the south IndianRashtrakuta Dynasty, from the 8th century to the 10th century.[29][30]Medieval and Early Modern periodIn the 16th century,Babur, aTimuriddescendant ofTimurandGenghis KhanfromFergana Valley(modern-dayUzbekistan), swept across theKhyber Passand founded theMughal Empire, coveringIndia, along with modern-dayAfghanistan, Pakistan andBangladesh.[31]The Mughals were descended from Persianised Central AsianTurks(with significantMongoladmixture). In theMughalera, Uttar Pradesh became the heartland of the empire.[28]Mughal emperors Babur and Humayun ruled from Delhi.[32][33]In 1540 an Afghan,Sher Shah Suri, took over the reins of Uttar Pradesh after defeating the Mughal king Humanyun.[34]Sher Shah and his son Islam Shah ruled Uttar Pradesh from their capital atGwalior.[35]After the death ofIslam Shah Suri, his prime ministerHemubecame thede factoruler of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, and the western parts of Bengal. He was bestowed the title ofHemchandra Vikramaditya(title ofVikramādityaadopted fromVedic Period) at his formal coronation took place atPurana Quilain Delhi on 7 October 1556. Hemu died in theSecond Battle of Panipat, and Uttar Pradesh came underEmperorAkbar's rule.[36]Akbar ruled fromAgraandFatehpur Sikri.[37]In the 18th century, after the fall of Mughal authority, the power vacuum was filled by theMaratha Empire, in the mid-18th century, the Maratha army invaded the Uttar Pradesh region, which resulted in Rohillas losing control of Rohillkhand to the Maratha rulersRaghunath RaoandMalharao Holkar. The conflict between Rohillas and Marathas came to an end on 18 December 1788 with the arrest of Ghulam Qadir, the grandson of Najeeb-ud-Daula, who was defeated by the Maratha generalMahadaji Scindia. In 1803, following theSecond Anglo-Maratha War, when theBritish East India Companydefeated the Maratha Empire, much of the region came under British suzerainty.[38]British India-eraTimeline of reorganization & name changes of UP[39]1807Ceded and Conquered Provinces14 November 1834Presidency of Agra1 January 1836North-Western Provinces3 April 1858Oudhtaken under British control,Delhitaken away fromNWPand merged intoPunjab1 April 1871Ajmer,Merwara&Kekrimade separate commissioner-ship15 February 1877Oudh added toNorth-Western Provinces22 March 1902RenamedUnited Provinces of Agraand Oudh3 January 1921RenamedUnited Provinces of British India1 April 1937RenamedUnited Provinces1 April 1946Self rule granted15 August 1947Part of independent India24 January 1950Renamed Uttar Pradesh9 November 2000Uttaranchal state, now known asUttarakhand, created from part of Uttar PradeshStarting fromBengalin the second half of the 18th century, a series of battles for north Indian lands finally gave theBritish East India Companyaccession over the state's territories.[40]AjmerandJaipurkingdoms were also included in this northern territory, which was named the "North-Western Provinces" (of Agra). Although UP later became the fifth-largest state of India, NWPA was one of the smallest states of the British Indian empire.[41]Its capital shifted twice between Agra and Allahabad.[42]Due to dissatisfaction with British rule, a serious rebellion erupted in various parts of North India;Bengalregiment's sepoy stationed atMeerutcantonment,Mangal Pandey, is widely credited as its starting point.[43]It came to be known as theIndian Rebellion of 1857. After the revolt failed, the British attempted to divide the most rebellious regions by reorganisingthe administrative boundaries of the region, splitting the Delhi region from'NWFP of Agra' and merging it withPunjab, while theAjmer-Marwarregion was merged withRajputanaandOudhwas incorporated into the state. The new state was called the North Western Provinces of Agra and Oudh, which in 1902 was renamed as theUnited Provinces of Agra and Oudh.[44]It was commonly referred to as the United Provinces or its acronym UP.[45][46]In 1920, the capital of the province was shifted from Allahabad toLucknow. The high court continued to be at Allahabad, but a bench was established at Lucknow. Allahabad continues to be an important administrative base of today's Uttar Pradesh and has several administrative headquarters.[47]Uttar Pradesh continued to be central to Indian politics and was especially important in modern Indian history as a hotbed of theIndian independence movement. Uttar Pradesh hosted modern education

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Posted by Pta ni kaun, (2017-11-12 18:39:22)

Me ajj tk kde gande comment ni paaye. But je koi baar baar comment pa reha ta tera ki ja reha. Tenu kisse ne keha ethe aa. Ja kitte hor ja ke muh kala kra. Menu shit waale comments to bura tera comment lgeya jehra ki bina kisi gl de dujjeya nu dhamki de reha. Na tu DC lga jehra tere hisab naal koi comment paau. Tenu ewwe jealousy hoyi jandi ess page te ad dekh ke. Ja bhajj etho. Aya vadda boycott krn wala.

Re: Sandeep Singh - Spell mistake wala Blogger

Posted by Pta ni kaun, (2017-11-12 18:34:41)

Dujjeya nu akkal den wala bandr dekho aap kiwe bol reha he. Jisnu spelling nahi ande o blogger bneya firde. Complaint kyu ni kitti. Bs fokki dhamki deni andi. Tere barge fukreya ne net bhreya hoya he. Ikk nu awaz maro tere vargi 1000 makhiya aa jandiya. Menu lgda tu ghar ch salet de utte blog likhda chalk naal. hahahha. Aya vadda PCS clear krn wala. Ghnta tere kolo rrb ni clear hona. Waise aaj kl safayi karamchari di post nikliya hoyia. Apply kr de. Shayad koi jhadu marn nu rkh lwe. Bandr di aulad. Helicopter.

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Lets not get carried away n indulge in fights.

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Posted by Sandeep, (2017-11-12 12:18:57)

Oye "pta ni kaun"- oh typological mistake hae blogger de spelling.....

Tu is website- oyenaukri.com da paid oart time typist/worker lagda haen jo sarea nu comments 35000 tak vadaun leyi tarle maar eeha haen.....Oh Tatti tatti wale comments 10-10 vaar tu hi likhda saen......

Ja jakay chowk te ktora le ke bhig mablng lae 1000 rupye dihari ban jani hae ethay teri....ethay commenta naal kuch nhi nanna tera...

Teri genes, DNA te RNA di report hae mere kol.....ullu da patha....

Re: Sandeep Singh nu challenge

Posted by Pta ni kaun, (2017-11-12 11:59:26)

Tenu rokeya kissi ne complaint krn to. Aya vadda blogger. Pehla blogger de spelling likhna sikh. Shottu faltu ch ladhi da nai nd sadhi da v nai. Ewwi foki badka ni mari diya. Bnao ja ke nwa forum. Kissi ne rokeya nai. Tere nwe forum te kisi ne shit krn v ni ana. Aa jandi faltu mundeer vehli ldhn nu. PCS tere to clear ni hunda ess ch bakiya di ki glti. Apna dna check krwa. lol

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Agar tu baaz ba aaya tah is forum da boycott karke pcs related nvi website/discussion forum bna devange.

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Csat paper qualifying aa hun punjab pcs lyi??

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-10 16:34:33)

Yaar koi call krke pucho

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-10 13:00:03)

Main v aj jaake aya
Mainu v ahi kiha ohna ne
Ke nave saal tak kuch nahi

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-09 20:08:34)

Went to ppsc
They said "haje doordoor tak koi harkat ni na hi koi aasaar ne..nave saal ton baad hi hoega je hoya kuch..nava saal manao haje"
This is the exact wording.

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-09 19:39:52)

When can we expect PCS Notification???????

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-09 16:23:22)

Je lagje satt te karlo patti
je ho civilized te khao meri tatti

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-09 13:01:33)

i have never seen soo much uncivilised persons talking this type of stupid talks.
this is an education blog .please use judiciously not for for your stupid health issues.shame on the person and other people should also react so that the fellow who is posting the fussy stuff must feel shame.

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Posted by garry, (2017-11-08 23:33:11)

Karn baithe c tatti
nikal gye padd
je kise nu daoge rishwat
paper hojaega radd

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 22:17:34)

ki gandh paya ethe

Re: Dur fits much tatti vale Badshah

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 20:14:33)

Very bad habits . Very shame on you . You are .... ..

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:39:35)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:39:30)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:39:26)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:39:14)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:39:09)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:39:04)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:38:37)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:38:31)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:38:17)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:37:58)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:37:51)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 17:37:35)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

Re: Sharma’s test series query

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-08 11:11:21)

Thank you bai patiale waleya. Bde saaf treeke dssta veer. Dhanwad bai

Re: Sharma institute

Posted by Patiala wala, (2017-11-07 19:21:02)

J tuhada matlb Vidyasagar academy de vinod Sharma ji to a. Ta test avoid kro.oh test wgera ni lende. J le v Len ta kise hor to check krwaunge.
Pre lai Sharma sir nu avoid karo. Par mains de topics vich uhna da critical analysis te discussion bada umda(high quality) hunda.

Baki Patiala which j koi hor Sharma academy a ta menu is bare jankari ni

Re: Sharma institute

Posted by Patiala wala, (2017-11-07 19:20:59)

J tuhada matlb Vidyasagar academy de vinod Sharma ji to a. Ta test avoid kro.oh test wgera ni lende. J le v Len ta kise hor to check krwaunge.
Pre lai Sharma sir nu avoid karo. Par mains de topics vich uhna da critical analysis te discussion bada umda(high quality) hunda.

Baki Patiala which j koi hor Sharma academy a ta menu is bare jankari ni

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-06 15:03:33)

O bhrava kedi test series lol
Sharma sir never takes any test
O te claasa ni launda chaj nal
Test te bdi door di gall hai

Re: Petition to ensure Minimum Pay Rule not applicable on upcoming PCS posts.

Posted by KJ Singh, (2017-11-06 14:59:04)

Pcs aspirants should file separate petition in Hon'ble High Court to bar Govt from notifying Next PCS posts under the Minimum Pay rule.

Court may direct the govt to amend the said rule and not apply this rule on upcoming PCS posts and/or gazetted posts.

Re: Get united to oppose draconian Minimum Pay Rule for Upcoming PCS posgs

Posted by KJ Singh, (2017-11-06 12:34:52)

Punjab govt is making mockery amd cruel joke in "Equal Pay for Equal Work Principle" by paying just minimum pay band pay to newly recruited permanent recruitmemt posts of Gazetted cadre including PCS.

At least they should spare PCS posts from this rule by amending it....

No other state of India (even poor states)are giving such meagre pay to state civil service officers recruited through state civil/ administrative service exams.

Present govt following the minimum pay policy framed by previous govt.

We should get united right now against this and mobilize support of pcs aspirants of stae through social media/ online petition/ letters to editor otherwise the upcoming pcs exam advt shall be notified with same draconian minimum pay rule for 3 years probation period.

A PCS officer to get just 15000 for 3 years- too low salary even lesser than that of a peon...Too demeaning ..

Re: Sharma's coaching centre Patiala

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-06 10:57:15)

Can anyone please provide with reviews of Sharma's Institute @ Patiala?
Any benefits of joining test series?
How is the faculty?

Re: Captain is ready for pcs

Posted by Makhan chor, (2017-11-04 20:31:13)

Ad will come in December. All preparations are almost complete

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-04 12:21:29)

Sathi jaldi kro 35000 comment complete kro, fer ad aun di sambhavna vadh jaugi Jan tak.

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-03 16:05:06)

Vaise v Banda bhave IAS,PCS Hove ya kujh hor,khull k Tatti Karan da swad he allag aa.

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-03 16:03:27)

Sochan aali gall aah hai k Tatti aai te ad aau ya ad aai te Tatti aau. 2015 di PCS ad aun te meri Kai din purani kabaz khulli c.

Re: Pcs exam

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-03 14:46:20)

Kadwao yaar nov vich notification kisse tarah!!

Re: Pcs exam

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-03 14:46:17)

Kadwao yaar nov vich notification kisse tarah!!

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-03 13:11:09)

टट्टी भी क्या ख़तरनाक चीज़ है । परंतु है बड़ी मज़ेदार । इसके निकलने का अहसास अपरंपार है । किंतु जब जब ये पिलपिली अवस्था में आए या कुछ मात्रा में निकलने से इंकार कर दे तो आत्यन्त दुःख की अनुभूति होती है । यह दुःख केवल शारीरिक हे नहीं बल्कि मानसिक भी होता है ।

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-02 20:47:58)

Wrong info
Haje kuch v start nahi hoya
Its all rumours
If confused
Go and ask ppsc

Re: Pcs exam

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-02 18:37:07)

Got this info kii posts hunn gyian ne dpt of personnel kol for the requisition..Now anyone if could ask from dpt of personnel kii othe kinna time laguga ,so that we can get an idea kii nov ya dec vich notificatn kdon ku aa sakdi..it would be great!! Ppl just contribute positively plz

Re: ppsc

Posted by pind mangli ton 2 time fail in pre, (2017-11-02 14:10:39)

ppsc has responded with its 1st notification of 45 attorney, that it is still alive and will recruit sdm's

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-11-02 13:07:07)

Vacancy di udeek tan har kise nu
Par ena ni roida

Re: PCS ne bache rava te

Posted by Pta ni kaun, (2017-11-01 05:13:43)

Har state da exam nikl chukka he UP, Bihar, MP, Haryana, HP etc etc...bs Punjab ch hi agg lgi pyi he. Har party promise krdi election to pehla and baad ch sb bhul jande. Job nai hai ta na nikle o alag gl he but atleast koi timetable ta hona chahida. Anna ho ke kamm thode chlda. Je UPSC bna skda timetable ta PPSC de bande q ni bna skde. Students muh chk ke wait krn lyi aa bs.Pta hi hunda har sarkar nu ki kinniya naukriya nikln waaliya. Pr enna ne lokki piche laane election tk. Bahut maari gl he ki democracy ch saanu vote paan da haq he and essi haq ne sada lahu peeta hoya he. 1947 ch jinna ne aa samvidhan bnaya je o ajj aa jaan ta mathe te hath maruge ki kinna nu vote paan da and leader bnn da haq de ditta assi. Na ta leader sahi and na lokk. Sb apna ullu sidha krn ch lgge. 4 saal leader mauj krde and 1 saal lokk mauj krde. Sb baari baari ragde jande. Fayeda kisse da ni hunda bs abhas hunda ki assi jitt gye ya saanu paise mil gye vote paan de.

Re: Pcs exam

Posted by Mamu, (2017-10-31 22:16:40)

Captain will give like ad soon . Get ready . After local bodies election

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