The Hindu religion is the oldest religion whose origin can be traced back to the prehistoric time around 5000-10000 BC. So much of the interesting myths, beliefs and mythologies surrounding the religion are as old. In fact, given the millennia old timeline, many of these mythologies might have gone through a number of retelling at different ages. The Hindu mythology has rich history, enigmatic characters, resounding stories and a surprisingly innate association with modern science. There are cyclic periods of time that keep on repeating themselves after a certain interval. There also are epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana – the earliest being the longest known epic in human history. Following the suit, here is a list of 10 interesting facts about ancient Hindu mythology. 10. [&hellip

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Ancient Chinese were innovative and determinant. They ameliorated daily necessity, by creating and innovating some of the prestigious things in the human history. Ancient Chinese inventions were dated back from the Paleolithic period. They were always ahead of the world for creating valuable things. Chinese have bestowed the four greatest inventions in the world – compass, gunpowder, papermaking, and printing, which is celebrated as the four greatest Chinese invention even till today in the Chinese culture. There are lots of other inventions of Chinese that are marvelous. Here is the list of Top 18 (including 2 medieval period) inventions by Chinese that own numerous accolade. 16. Paper Making 50 AD – 121) Humans had used different material like wood, stone, bone for writing. Around 2,200 BC Egyptian [&hellip

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The cradle of civilization, Mesopotamia was the birthplace of indispensable inventions and discoveries. The biggest invention of the mankind, agriculture was invented in Mesopotamia. The fertile land and affluent terrain between Euphrates and Tigris rivers made irrigation and farming convenient. The invention of agriculture made it possible for humans to stay in the same place for a longer period of time without depending on hunting. The earliest form of the writing was invented in Mesopotamia. The first means of transportation like chariot, sailboat were invented in Mesopotamia. Most of the innovative idea that we take it for granted today were invented or discovered in Mesopotamia. Without any further due, I am going to present the top 11 Inventions and discoveries of Ancient Mesopotamia, where most [&hellip

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History has seen the rise and fall of some infamous and notorious rulers. They brought about inexplicable horror upon the common people in their thirst for power and recognition. They ruled with an unopposed authority and silenced all possible threats in the most ruthless manner. In modern day, the idea of an insane ruler with absolute power and control over his/her people may sound both unnerving and fascinating at the same time. However, back in the ancient times, almost every major civilization routinely saw the ascension of notorious kings and queens to the throne. These were the people whose infamous names went down in history. Here is a list of top 10 notorious rulers of history.  10. Commodus (Roman Emperor) Commodus was a famous or rather [&hellip

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Also known as glacial age, the ice age represents an unprecedented period of long lasting dip in global temperatures and major glacial expansions around the world. During such expansion, a major part of the earth gets covered in an ice sheet for an extended period of time (on occasions, for millions of years). Even though we knew that the humans were able to survive the last ice age, any further detail on the nature of such glacial era was a mystery to us. But the efforts of geologist Louis Agassiz and mathematician Milutin Milankovitch have helped us to understand the very nature and cycle of such ice ages. Now we know at certain periods of time in the history of the earth, massive glaciations had occurred on a global scale. Following the suit, here is a [&hellip

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