"Dream, Dream, Dream! Conduct these dreams into thoughts and then transform them into action."
- Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

  • Chintakindi Mallesham is the inventor of the  ‘Asu machine’ which revolutionized the productivity of handloom weavers.
It substantially reduced the time and labour to make a Pochampally silk sari and helped weavers to increase production and earn more. 
Without any knowledge of electrical and mechanical engineering, he painstakingly created this machine for which he was awarded the Padma Shree.


  • Barbil has the fifth largest deposit of Iron ore and manganese ore in the world and is a major source of revenue for the Odisha government.
It is a hub of many industries and heavy machines and has many institutes that impart best industrial training.
Apart from its industrial importance, it also abounds in natural beauty and attracts tourists who come here to visit the beautiful waterfalls and temples.


  • The Keoladeo National Park is one of the world’s most important bird breeding and feeding grounds. It is situated in Bharatpur, Rajasthan.
It was originally a royal hunting reserve and later in 1982, it was declared a national park and then later listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The park is home to over 370 species of birds including the elusive Siberian Crane and animals such as the basking python, painted storks, deer, nilgai and more.


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  • The Kangra Fort is the largest fort in the Himalayas and one of the oldest and best forts of India. It is situated in Himachal Pradesh.
The entire fort is guarded by massive walls of black stones. It contains stone carved temples of Laxmi Narayan, Ambika Devi and the Jain Temple.
The fort is said to have 21 treasure wells. It was the most coveted fort and subjected to countless attacks as every ruler in India desired to conquer it.


  • Kalighat painting is a school of modern art that originated in 19th century Calcutta and is considered as one of the smoothest art forms in India.
The theme of these paintings were mostly mythological characters that later evolved to civil life in Calcutta along with other contemporary themes.
The paintings were made mostly on cloth or paper scrolls with natural dyes and brushes made of squirrel or goat hair.


  • The Global Vipassana Pagoda is a large meditation hall that is the world


  • Chhavi Rajawat is the first woman sarpanch of India as well as the youngest and the only Indian sarpanch with an MBA degree.
She is the sarpanch of Soda district in Rajasthan who quit her corporate career to uplift her village and other rural areas of Rajasthan to the path of progress.
She has been praised as the changing face of rural  Rajasthan and has been honored as