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after diwali….nyce…..

November 8, 2010
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1)he description of the Coat of Arms of “X” as designed in 1857 and
now being followed is as follows:
   “Argent (silver or white) on a Mount issuant from the basement a
Tiger passant proper (walking and coloured naturally), on a Chief
Sable (black across the top), a Pale Or (a gold or yellow vertical
strip down the centre 1/3 of the top or chief), thereon, between two
Elephants heads couped of the field, a lotus flower leaved and slipped
of the third, together with this motto Doctrina Vim Promovet Insitam”.

The English translation of the motto of “X” is: “Learning promotes
(one’s) natural (innate) talent.”ID X.

2)The town and kingdom of “X” was founded during the 17th century by
Pedda Rayudu, the 15th descendant of the Rajah of Venkatagiri. The
town was originally named “Pedda-puli” (“The Big Tiger”) after Sher
Muhammad Khan, the Nawab of Srikakulam who granted it as a gift to the
maharajah of VENKATGIRI for his services in his southern campaigns.
However, with time, the town eventually became known as “X” finally.ID
X.

3)”X” was a political slogan used by Irish nationalists in the late
nineteenth and early twentieth century. While advocating Irish
national self-reliance.Its earliest use was to describe individual
political radicals unconnected with any party. In the 1890s it was
used by the Gaelic League, which advocates the revival of the Irish
language.
“X” is an Irish-language phrase whose literal translation is
“ourselves” or “we ourselves”; however, at the time the most common
rendering in English was “ourselves alone”, which was also used as a
political slogan; it is unclear whether the English or Irish version
came first. The name itself may have been a construct of opponents to
highlight the individuals’ political isolation or the perceived
selfishness of abandoning Britain.ID X.

4)Prakash Vir Shastri Avenue is an urban street road in New Delhi,
known for spanning the majority of the city.The avenue also contains
Gate 35.The road leads from _______ to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, a
937 bed Central Government hospital located in urban New Delhi that
caters mainly to Indian politicians and bureaucrats.
The avenue was renamed from North Avenue in November 2002 in honor of
the Member of Parliament of its namesake, who lived here during his
tenure as a member of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.FITB.

5)Hana Catherine Mullens is credited by some with having written the
__________________________, Phulmani O Karunar Bibaran (Description of
Phulmani and Karuna), in 1852. There are other claimants,like
Nababababubilas,published by Bhabani Charan Bandopadhyay in 1825,which
is thought as being merely a story.Similar reservation has also been
expressed about Phulmani O Karunar Bibaran.FITB.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. November 8, 2010 4:16 pm

    MADRAS UNIVERSITY

    • Qrish permalink*
      November 9, 2010 9:46 am

      nyce.ryte!!what about the other answers?

  2. niranjan permalink*
    November 13, 2010 10:25 am

    Posting the answers,for general public:

    1. Madras University
    2.Bobbili
    3.Sinn-Fein
    4.Rashtrapati Bhavan
    5. First Bengali Novel

    Note that I am not answering,but merely posting answers…

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