7 Interesting Facts: Do you know how many types of Indian taxes are imposed on people?

7 Interesting Facts: Do you know how many types of Indian taxes are imposed on people!?

In This Article I am Gone To Explain Some Interesting Facts About Indian Taxes, Human Body Parts Live After Death, Important Events and Year, Historical Buildings Structures in Hyderabad, Organizations and Founders, Human Body Digits.

1. Railway System – Major Centres

Eastern Railway Calcutta
Western Railway Mumbai
Northern Railway New Delhi
Southern Railway Chennai
North Eastern Railway Gorakhpur
South Central Railway Secunderabad
Central Railway Mumbai
South Eastern Railway Calcutta
North East Frontier Railway Maligam
West Central Railway Jabalpur
East Coast Railway Bhubaneshwar
North Central Railway Allahabad
East Central Railway Hajipur
South Western Railway Bangalore
North Western Railway Jaipur
South East Central Railway Bilaspur
Kolkata Metro Calcutta

2. Do you know how many types of Indian taxes are imposed on people?

  • Income Tax if earned
  • Sales Tax if sold
  • Production Tax if produced
  • Commercial Tax if marketed
  • Entertainment Tax if you go to the cinema
  • Life Tax if buying a vehicle
  • Road Tax if you bring it on the road
  • Toll Tax if you do that long journey
  • Fuel Surcharge if petrol is poured in the cart
  • If you go to the park with your wife and children Entry Tax
  • If you work Professional Tax
  • Trade Tax if doing business
  • Vat Tax if buying clothes
  • Service Tax if paying electricity and water bill
  • Property Tax on property
  • Finally if going to public urinals Swachh Bharat Cess

3. Do You Know Parts that live on even after death

  • Eyes – 31 minutes
  • Brain – 10 minutes
  • Legs – 4 minutes
  • Skin- 5 days
  • Heart – 10 minutes
  • Ears – 10 minutes
  • Bones – 30 days
  • Sneham – 7 births

4. Important Events & Year

  • Vande Matara Movement (1905)
  • Jallianwala Bhag tragedy. (1919)
  • Khilafat Movement (1919)
  • Home Rule Movement (1916)
  • World War I (1914-1918)
  • World War II (1939-1945)
  • Mulsim Leag (1906)
  • Chaurichaura Incident (1922)
  • The Cripps Embassy (1942)
  • Quit India Movement (1942)
  • Salt Satyagraha (1930)
  • Simon Commission (1927)
  • Swarajya Party (1923)

5. Historical Buildings – Structures in Hyderabad

  • Establishment of Janavasa in Sarur Nagar in 1793
  • In 1803 Sultan Shahi established a mint
  • Miralam Mandi was established in 1805
  • Construction of Miralam pond in 1806
  • Construction of the British Residency building in 1808
  • Built by Chandulal Baradari in 1828
  • Construction of Chadar Ghat Bridge in 1831
  • Construction of Aftalganj Bridge in 1859-66
  • Construction of post offices in 1862
  • Construction of Bagh-A-Am- Public Garden in 1873
  • Construction of Bombay-Secunderabad railway lines in 1873
  • In 1874 – Nizam Railway Company was established
  • In 1882 – Chanchalguda Jail
  • In 1883 – Nampally Railway Station
  • 1884 – Palkhnuma Palace

6. Organizations – Founders

  • Brahmo Samaj – Rajaram Mohan Roy
  • Arya Samaj – Dayananda Saraswati
  • Prayer Society – Atmaram Panduranga
  • Divyajnana Samaj – Anibisent
  • Ramakrishna Mission – Swami Vivekananda
  • Servants of India Society – Gopalakrishna Gokhale
  • Indian National Congress – A.O.Hume
  • Forward Block – Subhash Chandra Bose
  • Santiniketan – Rabindranath Tagore
  • Indian National Army – Subhash Chandra Bose
  • Abhivan Bharat – Ganesh Savarkar
  • Andhra Mahila Sabha – Durgabai Desamukh
  • Hyderabad State Congress – Nanal.
  • Scientific Association – Syed Ahmed Khan.
  • Dev Samaj – Satyananda Agnihotra

7. Did You Know Human Body – Digits

  • Bones in human body – 206
  • Bones in the face- 14
  • Bones in the neck – 7
  • Bones in the hand – 30
  • Respiratory rate – 16-20 breaths/minute
  • Heart beat – 70-72 times/ minute
  • Pulse – 70-72 times/ minute
  • Blood pressure – 120/80mm of hg
  • The lifespan of red blood cells is 120 days
  • The lifespan of white blood cells is 10-15 days
  • The lifespan of platelets is 5-9 days
  • Volume of blood in the body – 5-6 liters

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