Yahoo奇摩 網頁搜尋

  1. 約 30 項搜尋結果
  1. English. Budget. $400,000 (est.) [1] Davy Crockett, Indian Scout is a 1950 American Western film directed by Lew Landers and starring George Montgomery and Ellen Drew. [2] Wartime hero Johnny McKee had a small role in the film, [3] as did Jim Thorpe. [4] The film was shot at the Motion Picture Centre, with filming commencing June 1948. [5]

  2. Prayer ( Sanskrit: प्रार्थना, romanized : prārthanā) is considered to be an integral part of the Hindu religion; it is practiced during Hindu worship ( puja) and is an expression of devotion ( bhakti ). The chanting of mantras is the most popular form of worship in Hinduism. Yoga and meditation are also considered as a form ...

  3. బూడిద గుమ్మడి కాయ. (Boodidha Gummadi Kaya) Karkumbuda. petha. टिंडा Tinda /. दिलपसन्द Dilpasand. Apple Gourd/ Indian Round Gourd. Praecitrullus fistulosus/ Citrullus fistulosus. Tensi.

    • Iron Calorimeter (Ical) Detector
    • Participating Institutes
    • History and Recent Developments in The Project
    • External Links

    The main experiment proposed at INO is the Iron-Calorimeter Detector which aims to probe the Earth matter effects on the propagation of atmospheric neutrinos and to determine neutrino oscillation parameters in the 2-3 oscillation sector. ICAL will be a 50000 tonne magnetised detector with iron as the passive detector element and resistive plate cha...

    A memorandum of understanding (MoU) spelling out the operational aspects of the project and the mode of utilisation of available funds was signed by seven primary project partners: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai, Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMSc), Chennai, Saha Institute o...

    The possibility of a neutrino observatory located in India was discussed as early as 1989 during several meetings held that year. The issue was raised again in the first meeting of the neutrino physics and cosmology working group during the Workshop on High Energy Physics Phenomenology (WHEPP-6) held at Chennai in January 2000 and it was decided th...

    • Migrations
    • Central Asian People in Ancient Indian Literature
    • See Also
    • Books and Periodicals

    In classical Indian tradition clans of the Shakas, Yavanas, Kambojas, Pahlavas, Paradas and others are also attested to have been coming as invaders and that they were all finally absorbed into the community of Kshatriyas. Chinese author Ma-twan-lin writes that, "The nomenclature of the early Sakas in India shows an admixture of Scythian, Parthian ...

    Atharvaveda

    Atharvaveda refers to Gandhari, Mujavat and Bahlika from the north-west (Central Asia). Gandharis are Gandharas, the Bahlikas are Bactrians, Mujavat (land of Soma) refer to Hindukush–Pamirs (the Kamboja region) and possibly be the Muztagh Atamountain. The post-Vedic Atharvaveda-Parisista (Ed Bolling & Negelein) makes first direct reference to the Kambojas (verse 57.2.5). It also juxtaposes the Kambojas, Bahlikas and Gandharas.

    Sama Veda

    The Vamsa Brahmana of the Sama Veda refers to Madrakara Shaungayani as the teacher of Aupamanyava Kamboja. Sage Shangayani Madrakara, as his name itself shows, and as the scholars have rightly pointed out, belonged to the Madra people.[citation needed] Prof Jean Przylusky has shown that Bahlika (Balkh) was an Iranian settlement of the Madras who were known as Bahlika-Uttaramadras i.e. the northern Madras, living in Bahlika or Bactria country. These Bahlika Uttara Madras are the Uttara Madras...

    Manusmriti

    Manusmriti asserts that the Kambojas, Sakas, Yavanas, Paradas, Pahlavas, etc., had been Kshatriyas of good birth but were gradually degraded to the barbaric status due to their not following the Brahmanas and the Brahmanical code of conduct.[citation needed] The Silk road route through which erstwhile Hindu Vedic societies became partially Buddhists as well as the Hindu names and history of these kingdoms lend credence to this idea. Furthermore, almost invariably, the royal clans of Central A...

    Ancient Kamboja, People and the Country, 1981, Dr Kamboj
    Political History of Ancient India, 1996, Dr H. C. Raychaudhury
    India and Central Asia, 1955, Dr P. C., Bagchi.
  4. The 30 July 2012 blackout affected over 400 million people and was briefly the largest power outage in history by number of people affected, beating the January 2001 blackout in Northern India (230 million affected). [1] The blackout on 31 July is the largest power outage in history. The outage affected more than 620 million people, about 9% of ...

  5. The Middle kingdoms of India were the political entities in India from 200 BCE to 1200 CE. The period begins after the decline of the Maurya Empire and the corresponding rise of the Satavahana dynasty, starting with Simuka, from 230 BCE.[dubious – discuss] The "Middle" period lasted for about 1,500 years and ended in 1200 CE, with the rise of the Delhi Sultanate, founded in 1206, and the end ...

  1. 其他人也搜尋了