GLIMPSES OF ANCIENT INDIA
KILLER SPEEDS : INDIA'S LATEST HYPERSONIC MISSILE
NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS 2020 FOR BLACK HOLES
GLIMPSES OF ANCIENT INDIAA generation that ignores its history, has no past nor any future. Watch glimpses of our glorious past which are rarely taught or discussed in our schools. Entire centuries have been whitewashed from our history books and only stories of plunder and pillage by foreign invaders are taught to us. Stories of great Indian kings, among many others, like Vijayaraje, Rudramadevi, Jaisimha Siddharaja, and Lalitaditya are not taught to our children. It is not possible to tell all their stories within 15 minutes, but we have tried to include as much of it as possible here. The language is kept simple and really relevant pictures and videos have been incorporated to make it lively and entertaining. Enjoy the video !!!!
KILLER SPEEDS : INDIA'S LATEST HYPERSONIC MISSILEIndia has joined the race to build and deploy hypersonic missiles which would be powered by scramjet engines. The advantage of these missiles is that it would be difficult to pinpoint them on long-range radars, enabling it to avoid missile countermeasures. This video gives you an insight into India's Hypersonic Missile system, it's advantages, it's benefits for the general public, countermeasures, and many more interesting facets of this technology.
NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS 2020 FOR BLACK HOLESThe Nobel Prize in Physics for the year 2020 was awarded to Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez for their work on black holes. Here, we present an insight into their work and find