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What was the world's first religion.... ?

Asked by maya, 16 Apr '10 01:47 am , 1 answers

A religion is a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a supernatural... more

Answered by Dinesh Manaktala, 16 Apr '10 06:10 am

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Which civilisation is said to have invented the wheel?

Asked by Shan Real, 02 Nov '09 12:32 pm , 1 answers

The wheel is said to have originated from the Mesopotamian civilisation in the fourth century B.C. It reached India in the third millennium B.C., with... more

Answered by Prasoon Sinha, 02 Nov '09 12:33 pm

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What is writing?

Asked by pooja bedi, 30 Jul '07 11:29 am , 1 answers

Writing, in its most common sense, is the preservation of and the preserved text on a medium, with the use of signs or symbols. In that regard, it is ... more

Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 30 Jul '07 11:33 am

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What is swastik sign

Asked by harish kumar dv, 09 Apr '08 06:28 pm , 1 answers

Swastika is a symbol of prosperity and good fortune and is widely dispersed in both the ancient and modern world. It originally represented the revolv... more

Answered by shona nair, 09 Apr '08 06:32 pm

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mesopotamian arts ?

Asked by s k mutreja, 14 Jul '07 03:42 pm , 4 answers

mesopotamian arts Art of the ancient civilizations that grew up in the area around the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, now in Iraq. Mesopotamian art was ... more

Answered by L KINI, 14 Jul '07 03:48 pm

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Significance of swastika?

Asked by sumitha , 19 May '07 06:42 pm , 1 answers

Sumitha jeeThe Ancient ...An Eastern Cultural...a Mystical..An Archetypal Symbol Swastika is a symbol of prosperity and good fortune and is widely dis... more

Answered by raj kisna, 21 May '07 10:02 am

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