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Question 1

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Appeared in Year: 2017

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Growth of Bhakti Movement in South India

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Bhakti movement refers to ideas and engagement emerging out of the medieval era on love and devotion to religious concepts built around one or more gods and goddesses. Revolutionization in the form of Sikhism and devotional trends w. r. t Hinduism are the two important aspects of Bhakti movement.

God is one, Man should serve humanity, all men are eq…

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Question 2

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Organic Farming Advantages

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Organic Farming is defined as the method of farming system with primary aim of cultivating the land and raising crops in such a way. This in turn keeps the soil alive and in good health by use of organic wastes such as animal and farm wastes, aquatic wastes and other biological materials along with beneficial microbes.

To ensure increased sustainabl…

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Question 3

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Dry Land Farming

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The farming technique or the system adopted in areas receiving rainfall as low as approximately 750mmor less making use of the soil and water management. There is no irrigation facilities in Dry land areas.

Some examples of dry land crops are corn, sorghum, papaya, guava, sunflower, etc.

Image Shows Dry Land Area in Different Region of India

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Question 4

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Appeared in Year: 2015

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Role of Disaster Management in addressing the problems of the victims of natural calamities.

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A disaster may be defined as the mishap, catastrophe and calamity being caused due to man-made or natural reasons. Disasters particularly the natural ones are beyond the coping capacity of the affected humanity.

Disaster Management means combination of a joint, tireless, planned, well-coordinated and implemented measures to check the disaster situat…

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