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Indrani Rahman – First Miss India to Participate in Miss Universe Contest in 1952

    Two of the top international beauty pageants are Miss Universe and Miss World. Femina magazine owned by the Times of India Group had been...

Indira Gandhi: The First and the Only Woman Prime Minister of India

    Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi was one of the most well-known personalities in Indian politics, a great stateswoman and the first and, to date, the only...

Atal Bihari Vajpayee – The First Indian PM to Deliver a Speech in Hindi at the United Nations General Assembly in 1977

  Atal Bihari Vajpayee has the distinction of being the Prime Minister of India for three terms. The last one was from 1999 to 2004...

Sachin Tendulkar – First Indian To Score 30,000 Runs In All Forms Of Domestic And International Cricket

    Sachin Tendulkar, also known as the “Little Master” and “Master Blaster”, has scored the highest runs in the world in International cricket, and is...

Major H.P.S. Ahluwalia – The First Indian To Climb Mount Everest

    Mount Everest is tallest mountain peak in the world at a height of about 8.848 meters above sea level. The peak was named after...

The Phenomenal Lady Of India – Anna Rajam Malhotra, Who Achieved The Crown Of ‘First Female IAS Officer In India’

  It is almost every year that you hear about some girl getting into IAS after struggling hard with her financial conditions, don’t you? Every...

The Prodigy Of Words — Rabindranath Tagore, the First Asian to Win the Nobel Prize

  Who does not know about the Great Rabindranath Tagore in India? The person whom we remember every time we utter the lyrics of India’s...

Hima Das — The First Indian Woman Athlete To Earn A Gold Medal At World Level In Track Event, Creating History

  Most of you might now know who Hima Das is and what her achievement is. But do you know how much it took her...

The Phenomenal Lady Of India – Anna Rajam Malhotra, Who Achieved The Crown Of ‘First Female IAS Officer In India’

  It is almost every year that you hear about some girl getting into IAS after struggling hard with her financial conditions, don’t you? Every...

The Prodigy Of Words — Rabindranath Tagore, the First Asian to Win the Nobel Prize

  Who does not know about the Great Rabindranath Tagore in India? The person whom we remember every time we utter the lyrics of India’s...

Hima Das — The First Indian Woman Athlete To Earn A Gold Medal At World Level In Track Event, Creating History

  Most of you might now know who Hima Das is and what her achievement is. But do you know how much it took her...

The Incredulous Journey of Fathima Beevi — The First Female Supreme Court Justice of India

  Before the independence and long after the mighty freedom from the British, women did not stand much of chance in the field of Indian...

The Man Of The Golden Hour — Baldev Singh, First Defence Minister Of India After Independence

  15th August 1947! The sweet taste of freedom was first celebrated by all the citizens of India at the odd hour of midnight on...

The Charioteer Who Crushes Stereotypes — Vankadarath Saritha, The First Female Bus Driver Of India

  Every day when we open the white piece of paper, while sipping the morning tea, one kind of news always strikes out our minds...

The Black Horse Of Indian Judiciary And The First Female High Court Judge – Read Out The Incredulous Story Of Justice Anna Chandy

  Back in England, when the first few Victorian ladies started out the ideology of feminism, they did not have any idea that trail will...

The Girl’s On Fire Recreating History — Aditi Ashok, The First Indian Golfer Qualified For Rio Olympic 2016

  It does not matter of surprise that India does not let every sports field grow at the same pace. Where everyone is crazed about...

Satyajit Ray – The Most Celebrated Filmmaker From India Who Was Considered A Genius

  Quick Facts Name: Satyajit Ray Also Fondly Known As: Manik Da Famous As: Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Lyricist, Music Composer, Calligrapher, Illustrator, Writer Birth Date: 2 May 1921 (Kolkata, West Bengal) Died On:...

Pandita Ramabai – The First Indian Woman Who was a Feminist, Social Reformer and Educationist

  Quick Facts Full Name: Pandita Ramabai Saraswati Birth Name: Rama Dongre Famous As: Social Reformer, Feminist, Educationist Birth Date: 23 April 1858 Birth Place: Canara district, Madras Presidency, British India Died On: 5...

The Oblivious of History – Soorjo Coomar Goodeve Chuckerbutty, the First Indian to Join Indian Medical Service

  It is said that if we can ever give the next possible sit to God, it would be the doctors. A noble profession, that...

Harishchandra Sakharam Bhatavdekar – The Pioneer Filmmaker who made the First Film in India

  Quick Facts Full Name: Harishchandra Sakharam Bhatavdekar Also Known As: H.S. Bhatavdekar, Save Dada Famous As: India’s First Filmmaker and Exhibitor Birth Date: 15 March 1868 (Mumbai, Maharashtra) Died On:...

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    Failures are quite common in life but those who persistently stands against and never give up are the true passionate fighters. Passion is one...

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    A Kind act reflects the greatness of the human soul. Kind acts are the ultimate expression of human being. Jean-Baptiste Henri Lacordaire had aptly...