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The Armed Forces - Different Facts:

1. The first station of Indian Armed Forces outside India is Tajikistan Station.

2. Robert Clive started the cantonments in india for first time.

3. The biggest cantonment of india is located in Bathinda of Punjab.

4. The cantonment of kerala is located at kannur.

5. The headquarters of Indian Army is located at Red Fort of Delhi.

6. The first united command of Indian army came into existence in 2001.

7. The first united command of Indian Army came into existence in 2001 and it is Andaman and Nicobar Commands.

8. The first commander-in-chief of this command is Vice Admiral Arun Prakash.

9. Most of the military officers were formed under Eastern Command of Military Forces.

10. The base Deppo "INS Samudiri" is commisioned under Ezhimala (Kannur) Navel Academy in 2005 April.

11. The first ordnance factory was established in 1881. and its's name is "Gun Shell Factory". It was established in Cossipore, Kolkata.

12. OTA (Officers Training Academy) in Chennai recruited women for first time in 2003 March.

13. DIA was established in 2002.

14. Field Maeshall KM Kariappa is the first officer to get the ranks - Lieutenant colonel, Commanding officer, Brigadier and General.

15. The first Field Marshal is SHFJ Manekshaw. It was in 1973, he became Field Marshal.

16. Another Field Marshal, KM Kariappa is senior than Manekshaw. But the kariappa got the field Marshal rank, after his retirement.

17. The first COAS of Indian Military is M. Rajinder Singh.

18. The first Commander in Chief from India is General KM Kariappa. The commander-in-chief rank was stopped in 1955. In the same year COAS rank started.

19. Major Stringer Lawrence is the father of Modern Indian Army.

20. The Central Armed Police Force in India, that tooks the protection of Airports and other trade institutions are CISF (Central Industrial Security Force).

21. The first commander-in-chief of Indian Army is Major Stringer Lawrence.

22. The Indian Military College of Dehradun got the honor of Supplier of Military Officers to three countries of world. They are Field Marshal SHFJ Manekshaw (India), General Smith Dun (Burma), General Ali Ashraf khan and General Muhammad Musa (Both Pakistan) are the officers who became the generals of their countries.
Central Armed Police Force:

1. The People's Armed Force of China is the world's largest military force.

2. India in No:2 position in military force.

3. CRPF is the largest of India's Central Armed Police Forces.

4. Assam Rifles is the oldest Central Armed Police Force of India. It is earlier known in the name of "Cacher Levy".

5. Cacher Levy was established in 1835. Assam rifles got its name in 1917. It is also known as Watchman of north east parts of India. Assam Rifles in 1959 helped Dalai Lama to enter India.

6. CRPF is earlier known in the name of Crown Representative's Police and It came into existence on 27 July 1939.

7. Shillong of Meghalaya is the head Quaters of Assam Rifles.

8.The first semi armed forces, that woman battalion came into existence is in CRPF.

9. CRPF established in 1949.

10. CISF (Central Industrial Security force) have the protection role of Trade Institutions and other major institutions. It was in 1969 March 10, the CISF (Central Industrial Security Force) is formed.

11. The motto of Border Security Force is "Duty upon Death".

12. BSF was founded in 1965,

13. December. Rapid Action Force (RAF) is the armed force formed to abolish religious riots and other violences. RAF came into existence in 1992 October.

14. CRPF has the agency "Green Force" for prevention of Ecological or Enviornmental activities.

15. Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) has the slogan, "Shaurya, Dridata, Karm Nishtha" which means "Valour, Determination, Devotion to Duty".

16. ITBP is founded in 1962, October.

17. Political Rifles is the Central armed force formed in 1990 for prevention from Terrorist attacks in Kashmir.

18. General BC Joshi, is the army head, who took the steps for the formation of Political Rifles.

19. Home Guards is the semi Armed forces that engage in the relief works of environmental disasters and others domestic emergency cases.

20. Arunachal Pradesh is the only state, where there is no Home Guards.

21. Black Cats are the semi armed guards fall under the category of National Security Guards (NSG).

22. Special Protection Group is a NSG which serves the duty of protecting the Prime Minister and relatives of PM, and also for VVIPs.

23. Sashastra Seema Bal handles the protection of Border places of India with Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan.

24. COBRA force (Commando Battalion for Resolute Action ) in india is formed in 2008 for abolishing the Naxilites. COBRA is working under CRPF.

25. Greyhounds is the special wing formed by Andhra Pradesh Goernment for abolishing the Naxilites.


1. Black Cats are the special Commandos of Section NSG (National Security Guards).

2. It is mainly formed for restricting the plane hijack, kidnapping and terrorist attacks.

3. NSG came into existence in 1985.

4. Special Protection Group (SPG) is the special commando formed for the protection of VVIPs including Prime Ministers.

5. SPG was formed upon report from Birbal Nath Committee of 1985.
Defense Research and Development Organisation is formed in 1958. The head quarters of DRDO is located at New Delhi. DRDO handles the domestic weapon development works.

DRDO Laboratories:

01. Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE) is located at Bangalore.
02. Aerial Delivery Research and Development Establishment (ADRDE) is located at Agra.
03. Centre for Airborne Systems (CABS) located in Bangalore.
04. Defense Avionics Research Establishment (DARE) located in Bangalore.
05. Gas Turbine Research Establishment (GTRE) located in Bangalore.
06. Armament Research & Development Establishment (ARDE) located in Pune.
07. Center for Fire, Explosive and Environment Safety (CFEES)located in Delhi.
08. High Energy Materials Research Laboratory (HEMRL) in Pune.
09. Combat Vehicles Research and Development Establishment (CVRDE) in Chennai.
10. Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE) in Chandigarh.
11. Advanced Numerical Research & Analysis Group (ANURAG) in Hyderabad.
12. Center for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIR) at Bangalore.
13. Defense Electronics Application Laboratory (DEAL) at Dehradun.
14. Defense Electronics Research Laboratory (DLRL) in Hyderabad.
15. Laser Science & Technology Centre (LASTEC) in Delhi.
16. Electronics and Radar Development Establishment (LRDE) in Bangalore.
17. Solid State Physics Laboratory (SSPL) in Delhi.
18. Deemed University in Pune.
19. Institute of Technology Management (ITM) in Mussorie.
20. Defense Food Research Laboratory (DFRL) in Mysore.
21. Defense Institute of Psychological Research (DIPR)in Mysore.
22. Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences (INMAS) in Timarpur, New Delhi
23. Naval Physical & Oceanographic Laboratory (NPOL) at Cochin.
24. Naval Science and Technological Laboratory (NSTL) at Vishakhapatnam.
Indian Navy Details:

1. Indian Navy was formed in 1934.

2. Indian Navel Force Day - December 4.

3. The slogan of Indian Navel Force is "May the Lord of the Oceans be auspicious to us".

4. Vice Admiral RD Katari is the first navel force head of India.

5. Vice Admiral Sir Stephen Hope Carlill is the last British Vice Admiral. Sir Stephen Hope Carlill is the last british head of Indian Navy.

6. INS Vikrant is the first aircraft carrier ship of Indian Army. It was decommissioned in 1997.

7. The first nuclear Submarine of INF that lend from Russia is INS Chakra.

8. The Shipyards that built warships of India is in Visakhapatnam and Mazagon of Mumbai.

9. India domestically developed the Submarine in order to launch the Ballistic missile called Sagarika.

10. India developed first nuclear submarine called INS Arihant.

11. It was in 2009 July 26, the wife of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Gursharan Kaur submitted it to the nation.

12. The domestic Warplane ship of India is built in Cochin Shipyard.

13. INS Shalki (S46) was the first ever submarine to be built in India.

14. INS Delhi is the biggest modern warship built by India.

15. It was in Kannur District of Ezhimala, the kerala commissioned Navel Academy (in 2005 April) is located.

16. INS Prahar is the speediest missile boat of INF.

17. The biggest Naval Base of Karnataka is INS Kadamba in Karwar.

18. Project Sea Bird is the name of first phase of this Project.

19. There are three commandos for Naval Force. Eastern Navel Command (Vishakhapatnam), Western Naval Command (Mumbai) and Southern Naval Command (Kochi).

20. The Navel Materials Research Laboratory is located at Ambarnath.

21. Naval Physical and Oceanographic Laboratory or NPOL is located at Kochi.

22. Naval Science and Technological Laboratory is located at Visakhapatnam.

23. Indian Navel Army's special command section is MARCOS.

24. The US Peace protection Operation by Indian Navel Force in Somalian coast is known in the name of Operation Restore Hope.

25. The Operation Rainbow by INF is done for helping the Tsunami Victims in Srilanka.

26. Operation Castor by INF is done for helping the Tsunami Victims of Maldives in 2004.

27. Operation Gambhir by INF is done for helping the Tsunami Victims of Indonesia.

28. Operation Sukoon is the operation conducted by INF to help the indian citizens for return back to india from war areas due to Isreal - Lebanon War.

29. The Operation Sea Waves was a disaster relief operation conducted by Indian Armed Forces to help the Tsunami victims of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

30. Operation Madad was a disaster relief operation undertaken by Indian Armed Forces is conducted to help the Tsunami victims of both Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.

31. INS Tarangini is the Indian Navy's world voyaged training ship.

32. Barak 1 is an Israeli surface-to-air missile (SAM) designed as a missile system against aircraft.

33. USS Trenton is the war ship that india bought from America.

34. The name of USS Trenton is changed to INS Jalashwa (L41).

35. The first Stealth warship built domestically by Indian Navy is INS Shivalik.

36. The Stealth warship built by Russia for Indian Navy is INS Talwar and INS Trishul.

37. The Navel Academies are located at Goa, Ezhimala and Karwar.

38. The first submarine of India which is used for the purpose of launching the Missile is INS Sindhurashtra (S65).

Submarine Museum:

The first Submarine Museum of India is INS Kursura (S20). It is located at the sreekrishna Beach of Vishakhapatnam. It is also the first museum of South Asia. It was inaugrated in 2001 February 27th.

Indian Navy Ranks:

1. Admiral
2. Vice Admiral
3. Rear Admiral
4. Commodore
5. Captain
6. Commander
7. Lieutenant  Commander
8. Lieutenant
9. Sub Lieutenant
Indian Air Force Details: 

1. Indian Air Force was formed in the year 1932.

2. October 8 is celebrated as Air Force Day.

3. The first Indian Air marshal of Indian Air Force is Subroto Mukerjee.

4. The last British native, Air marshal of IAF is Sir Gerald Gibbs.

5. Arjun Singh is the first air force marshall of India.

6. There are seven commands for Air Force.

7. The slogan of Air Force is "Touch the sky with Glory".

8. Sukhoi Su-30MKI is the warplane bought from Russia by IAF.

9. Garud Commando Force is the Special Commando of Indian Air Force. (It was in 2003, this special section was formed).

10. Tejus is the domestically developed warplane by IAF.

11. Advanced Light Helicopter Druv is the helicopter built by Hindustan Aeronautics in Bangalore for IAF.

12. Mirage 2000 is known in the name of Vajra in IAF.

13. Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) built the warplanes in India.

14. Kaveri is the domestically developed warplane engine of India.

15. Gas Turbine Research Establishment (GTRE) in Bangalore developed the Kaveri Engine.

16. Mikoyan MiG-29 is the warplane of IAF known in the name of "Bahadur".

17. Ilyushin Il-76MD is the IAF known in the name of Gaja Raja.

18. Jaguar is the warplane of IAF known in the name of Shamsher.

19. It was in 1991, women recruited in IAF.  IAF Academy is located in Hyderabad.

20. Suryakiran Team aerobatics demonstration team of the Indian Air Force.

21. MiG-21 warplane is a supersonic jet fighter aircraft.

22. Air Force Technical College is located at Bangalore.

23. Airforce Administrative College is located at Coimbatore.

24. Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE) built the domestic warplane of India, Light Combat Aircraft.

Indian Air Force Commands:

1. Central Air Command (Allahabad)
2. Eastern Air Command (Shillong)
3. Western Air Command (New Delhi)
4. Southern Air Command (Thiruvananthapuram)
5. South Western Air Command (Gandhi Nagar)
6. Maintenance Command (Nagpur)
7. Training Command (Bangalore)

Indian Air force Ranks:

1. Air Chief Marshal
2. Air Marshal
3. Air Vice Marshal
4. Air Commodore
5. Group Captain
6. Wing Commander
7. Squadron Leader
8. Flight Lieutenant
9. Flying Officer
Indian Military Army Details: 

1. Indian Military Day: January 1.

2. There are seven commandos in Indian Military Army.

3. The southern command of Indian Army is located at Pune.

4. General Sir Francis Robert Roy Bucher is the last British General of Indian Militant Army.

5. Field Marshal KM Cariappa is the first general of Indian Military Army.

6. SHFJ Manekshaw is the first Field Marshal of Indian Military Force.

7. General is the highest rank of Indian Military.

8. Arjun is the tank developed domestically by Indian Military.

9. Pinaka is the Multi Barrel Rocket Launcher System domestically developed by Military Force.

10. The Vijayanta was the first indigenous built in India.

11. The first Indian to get Parama Veera Chakra after being killed while in service of UN Peace Army is called Gurbachan Singh Salaria.

12. The first military officer who got Parama Veera Chakra is Major Som Nath Sharma.

13. Avadi Heavy Vehicles Factory of Madras is taken the responsibility of production of war tankers.

14. The National Defense Academy in Khadakwasla of Pune is the institution who is responsible for training the officers for Indian Armed Forces. (Military, Airforce, Navy)

Indian Army Commands and Headquarters:

01. Central Command - Lucknow
02. Eastern Command - Kolkata
03. Northern Command - Udhampur
04. Western Command - Chandimandir
05. Southern Command - Pune
06. South Western Command - Jaipur
07. Army Training Command - Shimla

Indian Army Ranks:

01. Field Marshal
02. General
03. Lieutenant General
04. Major General
05. Brigadier
06. Colonel
07. Lieutenant Colonel
08. Major
09. Captain
10. Lieutenant
11. Second Lieutenant
12. Subedar Major
13. Subedar
14. Naib subedar
15. Quartermaster Havildar
16. Havildar
17. Naik
18. Lance Naik
19. Sepoy or Sipahi or Jawan

Indian Military Academy:

1. The National Defense College is located at New Delhi.

2. Indian Military Academy is located at Dehra Dun.

3. The National Defense Academy is located at Khadakwasla of Maharashtra.

4. Officer Training Academy is located at Chennai.

5. College of Combat is located at Mau of Madhya Pradesh (Army War College).

6. Hi Altitude War Fair school is located at Gulmarg of Jammu and Kashmir.

7. Counter-Insurgency is the jungle warfare School located at Vairengte, Mizoram.

8. Defense Services Staff College is located at Wellington of Ooty Nilgiris in Tamil Nadu.

9. Armed Forces Medical College is located at Pune.

Armed Force Medical College (AFMC):

AFMC came into existence in 1948. AFMC is built upon advice from BC Roy Committee. It is located at Pune.

National Defense College (NDC):

1. The National Defense College (NDC) is located at New Delhi. It came into existence in 1960.

2. VK Krishna Menon introduced the Sainik Schools. The Sainik Schools are started in 1961.

3. RIMC is located at Dehradun. It came into existence in 1922 March 13.

4. Junior Leaders Wing is located at Belgaum. Junior Leaders Academy is located at Bareilly of Uttar Pradesh.

5. The Infantry School is located at Mhow of Mahya Pradesh. It is the biggest and oldest training center of Indian Army.

6. Army Air Defense College (AADC) is located at Gopalpur.
Languages of India: 

1. Hindi is the language that most of the indians speak and its is also the national & official language of India.

2. English is the official and native language of Nagaland.

3. Tamil is the oldest language and malayalam is the last formed language of among other dravida languages.

4. The Indian constitution accepted 22 languages around the country.

5. Kharosthi is an ancient Indic script written from right to left.

6. The official language of pakistan is Urdu and Urdu is considered as "Kohinoor of India".

7. Dhivehi is the official Maldivian language.

8. Esperanto is widely spoken constructed auxiliary language.

9. Mandarin is the widely spoken language of Chinese People.

10. Manipravalam is the combined language of both Malayalam and Sanskrit.

11. Thulu is the language which had no script.

12. Gurumukhi is the script of Punjabi Language.

13. Konkani is the language of Proto-Australoid tribes.

14. Brahmi is the oldest script of India.

15. Urdu is the official language of Army Camps and King's court.

16. Arya Script is used for writting Sanskrit Language.

17. Arabi Malayalam is the language of Mappila Sahithyam.

18. The official language of Singapore includes Tamil. Chinese, Malaya and English.

19. The father of Urdu language is Amir Khusro.

20. Latin is the official Language of Vatican.Meithei is the Manipuri Language.

21. Telugu is the widely spoken Dravida Language.

22. The classic languages of India are Tamil, Sanskrit, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.

23. The languages of Arunachal Pradesh includes Monpa, Miji, Aadi, Mishmi and Tangsa.

24. Pahari is the language of Himachal Pradesh.

25. The languages of Jammu and Kashmir includes Urdu, Dogri, Balti and Dadri.

26. Khasi and Garo are the languages of Meghalaya.

27. The main languages of Nagaland includes Angami, Aavo, Koniak and Lotha.

28. The main languages of Sikkim includes Bhutia, Nepali and Lepcha.

29. The main language of Tripura includes Bengali and Kokborok.

30. Malayalam, Jeseri (Dweep Bhasha) and Mahl are the common languages of Lakshadweep.

31. French is the language of Puducherry.

32. The people of Mathur in Karnataka spoke Sanskrit.

33. It is believed that Jesus Christ spoke the Aramaic Language.

34. Baluchi, Dhari and Pashtoon are the spoken languages of Afganisthan, whereas Bengali is the indian language spoken in Bangladesh.

35. Dzongkha is the language of Bhutan. Khmer in Cambodia, Persian in Iran and Hebrew in Israel are the spoken languages.

36. There are 17 native languages of India are listed in Indian Currency (Rupee).
Education Sector in India: 

1. Nalanda is the university in Ancient times. It was destroyed by a Turkish Muslim army under Bakhtiyar Khilji in 1193. The remnants of Nalanda can be found in Patna of Bihar. Also the remnants of other major university called Thakshashila is found in Pakistan.

2. Wood Despatch of 1854 also called as Magna Charta of Indian education is the British educational policy.

3. English became the official language in India in 1835 under the William Bentinck who was the then Governor General of India.

4. The National Education Policy was introduced in 1986.

5. University Grants Commision (UGC) came into existence in 1953, December 28th.

6. Mahatma Gandhi started the Educational Trust called Nai Talim Samiti.

7. In order to improve the quality of Primary Education, Operation Black board is established in 1987 - 1988.

8. The first medical college of india was started at kolkata in the name of Calcutta Medical College in 1835.

9. The first women's college was started at Kolkata in the name of  Bethune College in India. It was founded as a school in 1849. Later developed into a college in 1879.

10. According to the constitution reformation of 86 (section 21A) passed in 2002, the children of age between six and forteen will get free education.

11. World Literacy Day is celebrated at September 8th.

12. World Books Day - April 23.

13. National Hindi Day - September 14th.

14. World Mother Language Day - February 21st.

15. Readers Day - June 19.

16. The Open University of India is Andhra Pradesh Open University.

17. The First Correspondence course was started by Delhi University.

18. The first Women's University is Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University in Pune.

19. Govind Ballabh Pant University in Uttar Pradesh is the first Agricultural University.

20. Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Handicapped University is the country's first exclusive university for physically and mentally disabled students.

21. The IGNOU (Indhira Gandhi National Open University) was established in the year, 1985.

22. The University which had a Radio Station is Vallabhbhai Patel University of Gujarat.

23. "The University for Peace" of United Nations is located at San Jose, Costa Rica of South America.

24. The University of United Nations is located at Tokyo of Japan.

25. According to the 42th Constitution Reformation, Education is put under Concurrent list.

26. Bharat Shiksha Kosh started in 2003, January 9 is mainly for the purpose of collecting fund from NRI's inorder to make various projects of Education Sector.

27. The Sarva Shiksha Abhiman project is started in 2001.

28. Mid Day Meal Scheme is started in 1995, August 15 for students in Schools.

29. DPEP (District Primary Education Programme) was started in 1994.

30. The full form of DIET is District Institution of Educational Training.

31. Janashala programme (UNDP) was started in 1998 as a 5-year project funded by both Central Government and the 5 agencies of the United Nations inorder to promote Education.

32. Jawaharlal Nehru introduced the National Balabhavan in 1956. It aims to the progression of education of students with the age betwween 5 and 16.

33. Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) were established for promoting the Education of students from SC, ST, OBC and other lower classes.

34. Renaissance Schools are started at 1985 -86. It was in 1962, the central government of india give the permission to built kendriya vidyalayas for the children of Goverment Serviced People and also for Military students.

35. The education channel, Gyan Darshan was started by IGNOU.

36. In ancient Greece, Plato started the study school called Academy (Lyceum).Aristotle also started a school.

37. A german born, Friedrich Wilhelm August Froebel started the Education Project called "Kindergarden".

38. An Italian born, Dr Maria Montessori started an education project called "Montessori".

39. Shantiniketan was started by Rabindranath Tagore in 1901. In 1921, it becomes Vishwabharathy. The slogan of Vishwabharathy called Yatra visvam bhavtyekanidam and it is printed in the door of Vishwabharathy University. In English the slogan is called as " where the world makes a home in a single nest".

40. The first university of India came into existence in 1857, January in Kolkata.

41. The first Homeopathic College is established in 1880 and the first science college was established in 1917 under Kolkata University.

42. The Kadambini Ganguly is the first to get a degree from a university of india in 1883. She got degree from Kolkata University.

43. The first chairman of University Grantz commision (UGC) is Dr Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar.

44. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) was founded upon advice from NR Government Committee.

45. Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad coined the term IIT. The first IIT was established in 1950 in Kharagpur of West Bengal.

46. It was in Ahmedabad and Kolkata, the IIMs was first established. It was in 1961, that these IIMs founded. In Kerala, IIM is located at Calicut.

47. The Holy Angels located in Thiruvananthapuram is the first girls school of South Asia.

48. The first Medical College of Kerala was established in Thiruvananthapuram.

49. Akshaya is the IT Literacy project of Kerala.

50. EDUSAT is the complete education satellite of the world. It was launched in November 20, 2004.

51. It was launched from Sriharikota of Andhra. It is also known as "The satellite of Knowledge".

52. Victers Programme is the program conducted through EDUSAT. It was inaugurated by APG Abdhul Kalam Azad in 2006 July 24. (Virtual Classroom Technology on Edusat for Rural Schools - VICTERS)
Cultural Institutions of India: 

1. The current name of Asiatic Society of bengal is Asiatic Society.

2. Asiatic Society was established in Kolkata on 1784, January 14th.

3. It was in 1954 March 12th, the Kendra Sahithya Academi started (established in 1952 December 15).

4. Raveendra Bhavan of New Delhi is the head quaters of Kendra Sahitya Academi.

5. Kendra Sahitya Academi Fellowship is the highest sahitya Award given by indian Government.

6. Dr S Radhakrishnan in 1968 got the first award for Kendra Sahitya Academi Fellowship.

7. Vaikom Muhammad Basheer got Kendra Sahitya Academi Fellowship Award in 1970 and is the first Malayalee to receive that award.

8. Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai is the first malayalee who got both kendra sahithya academy fellowship and also the Jnanpith Award.

9. R.Narayanapanicker was the first recipient of Kerala Sahitya Academy Award for Kerala Bhasha Sahitya Charitram in 1955.

10. Kendra Sahitya Academi officially accepted 24 languages in India.

11. K. Ravi Verma for Ganadevata in 1989 got the Kendra Sahitya Award for vivarthanam (translation). He is the first malayalee to receive that award for vivarthanam.

12. The only malayalee women who got Kendra Sahitya Academi Fellowship Award is Balamani Amma in 1994.

13. The first president of Sahitya Academi is Jawaharlal Nehru.

14. The English work of Sahitya Academi is Indian Literature.

15. The current name of national academy of arts is Lalithakala Academy.Lalithakala Academy was founded in 1964 with its head quaters at New Delhi.

16. The Sangeetha Nadaka Academi was founded in 1953 January.Its headquaters is located at New Delhi.

17. National School of Drama started in 1959 with its headquarters at New Delhi.

18. Bharat Rang Mahotsav otherwise called as National Theatre Festival started in 1999 is the annual festival of National School of Drama with its headquaters at New Delhi.

19. National Library in Kolkata is the biggest library in Kolkata established in 1948. It is located at Belvedere Estate of Kolkata.

20. Imperial Records Department (IRD) came into existence in 1891 is now known in the name of National Archives of India.

21. The headquarters of Anthropological Survey of India is located at Kolkata. It started its working in 1949.

22. It was in 1861, the Archaeological Survey of India founded with its head quarters at New Delhi.

23. National Museum in Delhi is the biggest Museum in India established in 1949.

24. National Gallery of Modern Arts is established in New Delhi in 1954.

25. Indian Museum was located at Kolkata.

26. Salar Jung Museum is an art museum located at Hyderabad.

27. Central Reference Library is located at Kolkata.

28. Rukmini Devi Arundale is the Art Temple which established in chennai in 1936.


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