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Where did elections and democracy started in the world ?

Elections are called the festival of democracy. Once again the winds of election are blowing. Everyone knows that India has paid a big price for democracy, but do you know which was the first democratic country in the world. Where was the first democratic government formed in the world and where did democracy start in the world. Today the whole world is moving towards democracy. More than 80 countries that were undemocratic have moved towards democratic system after 1980. Countries like Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Myanmar, Iraq, Bahrain, and Turkey are slowly adopting democracy. The form of democracy that is seen in the world is the result of continuous struggle and revolution. It mainly starts with America, but it was also affected by the revolution of England.The only revolution in the world in which not even a drop of blood was shed In 1688, the people of England turned against the King James II there and he had to leave the throne. After this, England gradually moved towards democracy.

Why are there small holes in biscuits, is it just design or some technology?

You must have often noticed that small holes appear in some biscuits. The question is why holes are made in biscuits. Is this done only for design or is there some technology behind it. Let's find out:- The type of ingredients used to make bakery biscuits are such that they can change the shape of the biscuits under high temperature conditions. When the biscuit is heated, it may swell like bread or it may crack. It may split in two inside the bakery, breaking while it is cooking. Because biscuits are made for children, most of the efforts are made to avoid any kind of adulteration in its ingredients. That is why, before placing the raw biscuits in the bakery or fire, small holes are made so that the biscuits are fully cooked and there is no damage to them in case of high temperature. These tiny holes let the heat pass through. Biscuits do not fight due to hot winds, so the biscuits cook safely and come out. Isn't it, what little technology that helps in maintaining the quality

What is the number that cannot be written in Roman?

We all know that the Roman script is one of the world's most popular handwriting methods. Roman is used in German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Romanian, etc. The largest mathematical numbers are successfully written in Roman with the least number of letters An example of roman numbers 1 = I 10 = X 100 = C 1000 = M 10,000 = X 100,000 = C 1,000,000 = M You see, what we call one lakh is written in Roman numbers by putting a line (upper line) above M. Only we Indians call the number 100000 as one lakh, in the west it is called a hundred thousand. Overall, Roman numerals look very smart. In Indian mathematics, many letters are used to write the number, in Roman the same number is written in maximum two or three letters, but all this smartness comes in front of 0 and becomes double zero. Zero i.e. 0 can be written only in Indian system. There is no letter for zero in Roman. Because zero was invented in India. In Roman, 0 can be added to any number

Bank gives HOME LOAN to everyone but lives in a rented building, why?

We all know about banks. If there really is a treasure somewhere, it is in the banks. Banks have so much money that even after sinking the loan of crores of rupees, the bank does not go bankrupt. Bank gives loans to citizens to become self-reliant, to build their own house and shop, but the question arises is why the bank itself lives in a rented building. Is it better to live in a rented house than to build your own? Do banks consider themselves temporary, so don't build assets? It is an honor to have a property in India. This increases the prestige of any business or person. People believe in him. Banks also give loan against property. On the other hand, if you look at the market, only two types of businessmen are found operating their business in rented buildings: 1- Those who do not have money to buy their own building. 2- Those who consider themselves temporary. The question is whether the State Bank of India, which has been operating continuously since 1802, in whose locker t