Essays on Mesopotamia

Significance Of Mathematical Concepts To The Ancient Egyptian Society: Great Pyramids Of Giza

Over countless centuries, mathematics has obtained a prevailing aspect in the period of the ancient Egyptian civilisation. Mathematics has served as a surviving aspect in everyday life of Egyptian and enabled them to live in a civilised society with sufficient stability, and an extension of an aesthetic city. With Egypt’s prosperity, it is predominate evidence...

Rani Lakshmibai And The Importance Of The Reforms For Women

“A beautiful woman, uses her lips for truth, her voice for kindness, her ears for compassion, her hands for charity, and her heart for love. For those who don’t like her, she uses prayer” (Sharifahnor). The above quotes in its least complexity, and most simplicity, describe the jobs of each distinct, intricate, dissection of a...
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Rani Lakshmibai As One Of Ever Wise Potential Young Women Of India

Whom you can compare yourself with the below Person? From ‘Jhansi Ki Rani’ to the heroine of hijack ‘Neerja’, Indian women have always stood up for their rights and fought their battles despite restrictions and limitations. They are the shining beacons of hope and have displayed exemplary dedication in their respective fields. Here are 8...
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Rani Lakshmibai: Way Of Life

Born as Manu Bai in 1828 at Varanasi, Rani Lakshmibai was to have a legacy that few women have achieved in the world. She was a darling of her father and had to grow up a lot earlier due to loss of her mother at a very young age. They eventually received the protection of...
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Immortality In Epic of Gilgamesh

Death is an inevitable part of human life. People cannot know or predict their own death time. Life is noble by the fact that there is death in it. The Epic of Gilgamesh gives us no easy answers to the questions about meaning of death and mortality, and shows the inevitability of death. The overall...

Mesopotamian Civilisation Versus Egyptian Civilisations: The Tigris And Euphrates Versus The Nile River

Introduction The existence of early civilisations forms a crucial part of human history as they marked the start of human beings living together in larger social structures as well as the formation of economies, control over production and law. “A civilisation is generally defined as an advanced state of human society containing highly developed forms...
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