Criticism of The Historical Theory of Rights. According to this theory, rights are the product of history.These are found in the ancient customs, traditions and practices. for generations together these rights..
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Notes on the historical or evolutionary theory regarding the origin of the State. Various theories have been put forward to explain the origin of the state. Some philosophers assert that the state is the result of social contract or an agreement between the people and the sovereign.
Essay on a Historical City.Delhi is one of the most important historical cities. It has a land of towers, turrets, tombs, temples, mausoleums, monuments, forts, etc. It has been the seat of many ancient..
India perhaps is amongst the few countries of the world that is blessed with a rich historical past. Some glimpses of its glorious ancient times, can be reminisced from the majestic and imposing monuments spread across the length and breadth of the country.
Science is perhaps unique as a subject in the Curriculum of Schools all over the world. This uniqueness results from the variety of materials and experiments necessary for its effective teaching. It is difficult to say exactly when Science teaching in school began.
Orissa is a land of historical monuments. There are many temples and old structures. Some of them are now in broken condition. In spite of the touch of time, some monuments stand with glory and pride.
What is there for me to see in Madras? The Beach, the Light House, numerable picture palaces, the Snake Park - all are familiar to me. Any way it is not for these pleasure spots that I undertook the trip. For the pleasure I seek, I have no need to leave my uncle's house.
I once visited the ruins of Taxila, in north-west of India. Leaving Madras, I took four days to reach Lahore; it took me twelve hours to reach Taxila (Thakshasila), a distance of two hundred and fifty miles.
Bacteriophage (Greek = Backterion = small rod, phagein = to eat) Viruses which are bacteria eaters are called bacterial viruses or Bacteriophages. They are obligate parasites of bacteria. Usually they are very minute and cannot be seen with ordinary light microscope.
Students of schools and colleges generally go on excursions every year. They select places of historical and scientific interest to visit. Those going to Delhi will not miss to visit Agra and see the Taj Mahal.