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Echoes from the Open Well | How Ancient Wisdom Can Solve India’s Water Crisis

India faces a deepening water crisis, but there’s hope from an unlikely source: ancient open wells. Civil engineer Vishwanath explains how reviving these traditional structures and forgotten rainwater harvesting techniques can be a climate-resilient and sustainable solution. In this video, you’ll learn: How open wells act as natural groundwater sensors, revealing water levels and quality …

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Nallur Tamarind Grove | India’s First Biodiversity Heritage Site

Deep in the heart of Karnataka, just 40 km from Bengaluru, lies a hidden gem – the Nallur Tamarind Grove, India’s FIRST Biodiversity Heritage Site! This 54-acre wonder boasts over 300 majestic tamarind trees, some believed to have been planted by King Rajendra Chola himself in the 12th century! Imagine, as you travel the dusty …

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How does India elect its Prime Minister?

Ever wondered how the world’s largest democracy chooses its leader? This video takes you on an exciting ride through India’s unique election process! Witness the Power of Your Vote: Feel the energy of Election Day and see how your vote transforms into a wave of change. Learn the two pillars of Indian democracy: Lok Sabha …

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The Mother of Indian Feminism | The Story of Savitribai Phule

In the heart of 19th-century India, amidst rigid social norms, emerged a revolutionary figure: Savitribai Phule. This documentary delves into her remarkable journey, from defying child marriage to becoming India’s first female teacher, and her unwavering fight for education, equality, and women’s rights. ✊ Witness her courage: Facing hostility for opening India’s first girls’ school …

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Belur & Halebeedu | UNESCO World Heritage sites

In this short documentary, we’re taking you on a captivating journey through the exquisite Hoysala temples of Karnataka, located in the picturesque regions of Belur and Halebidu. These architectural marvels have recently earned their well-deserved spot on the UNESCO World Heritage list as the ‘Sacred Ensembles of the Hoysala’. These temples have been on UNESCO’s …

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The Father of Vande Bharat Express | Sudhanshu Mani

In this short documentary presented by MINDIA, we delve into the incredible story of Sudhanshu Mani, the visionary behind India’s Vande Bharat Express. With a 38-year career in the Indian Railways, Sudhanshu’s passion for innovation led him to transform his dream into reality. As General Manager at the Integrated Coach Factory, Chennai, Sudhanshu conceived the …

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A Pioneer In Indian Horticulture | Rao Bahadur HC Javaraya | Documentary

This documentary highlights the contributions of Rao Bahadur H.C Javaraya to the horticulture industry in India and the erstwhile Mysore state Javaraya came from a family of distinguished individuals and succeeded G.H.Krumbiegel as the Superintendent of Government Gardens and the Director of Horticulture when Krumbiegel was interned Javaraya was responsible for improving Lalbagh Botanical Garden, …

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Airport Terminal In A Garden | Bengaluru Airport

The second terminal of Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru is a new addition to the airport that highlights the rich history and culture of the Indian state of Karnataka. The terminal was constructed in two phases, with the first phase covering an area of 255,645 square meters and being able to accommodate up to 25 …

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A Tusk-Less Future | Why Asian Elephants Are Losing Tusks

Tusks have defined the personality of elephants throughout their evolutionary history. Yet, tusks are absent among all-female Asian elephants and in many male elephants as well at present. Raman Sukumar (professor at the Indian Institute of Science) has been intrigued by the function of tusks in elephants and the reasons for their loss among females …

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