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The biosphere is the narrow zone of contact between the land, water and air. It is in this zone that life, that is unique to this planet, exists. All the living organisms including humans are linked to each other and to the biosphere for survival.
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The Aryans prepared collection of humns known as Rigveda. The oldest Veda is the Rigveda, composed about 3500 years ago. The Rigveda includes more than a thousand hymns, called sukta or zvell-said. Some of the hymns in the Rigveda are in the form of dialogues. Archae- ologists find out about the past in this Veda. Rigveda is the main source of information about vedic culture, which gives us the information about religious, social and economic life of the people. The Rigveda is in old or Vedic Sanskrit, which is different from the Sanskrit you leam in school these days. The books we use are written and printed. The Rigveda was recited and heard rather than read. It was written down several -centeiries after it was first composed, and printed less than 200 years ago. Another different is that from Vedas we get the knowledge of our laast heritage which is almost true.
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Nitrogen and Oxygen are the two major gases that are present in atmosphere. Carbon dioxide, argon, helium, hydrogen and ozone are present in atmosphere in small quantities.
Nitrogen makes up 78% of the total volume of the atmosphere.
Oxygen is the second most available gas in the air. It makes up 21% of the atmosphere. It is also known as the life giving gas as it is inhaled by human beings and animals.
Gases like argon, carbon dioxide, and water vapour constitute remaining one percent of the volume of atmosphere.
Posted by Sumit Verma 2 days, 14 hours ago
Lakshdweep island is known as coral island because it has been made up of coral, which are skeletons of tiny marine animals called polyps.When the living polyps die, other polyps grow on top of their hard skeletons. They grow higher and higher and thus form coral islands.
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Slaves were used for whatever work their masters wanted them to do.
Slaves were men and women captured in the war. They were treated as the property of the owners who could make them do any kind of work they wanted.
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Mountains are very useful.
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The government takes the following actions to ensure that all people are treated equally:
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Nile River: The longest river in the world
6,650 km in length, Nile River of North-East Africa is the lifeline of a number of countries. Eleven countries, namely, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South Sudan, Sudan and Egypt share its water
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