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18 November, 2019

Nouns with Examples

10 Types of nouns

The noun is a naming word. 10 different types of nouns with examples in the English language. You need to know all 10 types of nouns. A Noun is a part of speech in the English language. We are providing the advanced classification of nouns. The main aim of this article is for competitive exams.

Nouns Definition:

The noun is a name of person, place, things, and animals. The noun is a naming word referring to a person, place, things, ideas, and animals.

I will give you a clear brief explanation of noun i.e. Name of anything is a noun.

Nouns related to school are Desk, Chair, University, Book, Chalk, Eraser, Library, Computer.

Nouns with examples:
Iron is a metal
Hyderabad is big city
Tiger is a ferocious animal

Nouns are classified into different types, because of remembering and understanding purpose only not more than that.

If you don’t know anything about types of nouns, don’t panic here you will know with the basic explanation.

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Nouns are classified into 10 types. Let’s see nouns rules and what are they?

1. Proper noun:

The proper noun is a name of a particular/specific person, place, or animals.

Nouns in english grammar with Example.
Raja is a good boy.
Ashwini is a beautiful girl.
INDIA is a country.

Do you know how to find proper noun while studying newspaper or book?

Note:The proper noun always starts with the capital letter or whole word is capital letters.

2. Common Nouns:

Common noun is common thing name or group name of something. I will give you common name examples with brief explanation.

Supriya,Divya, and Laxmi. What is the common between them?

All names are about girls, Am I correct?

I have given one name instead of calling each name i.e. Girls. It is a common name for any number of girls.

E.g. boy, girl, people

Do you know, how to find common noun while reading book?

Note: The common noun word starts with a small letter only.

3. Material Noun:

The material noun is telling itself in that word only. The material is a thing that may be an iron rod, cell phone, table etc.

Anything that made with the material is nothing but a material noun.

Let’s see one example, wooden table. The table is made of the material that wood that comes from the tree.

E.g. Tongs, scissors, spectacles, shoes, binoculars, trousers, jeans, gloves

Note: Don’t take the material noun as a possessive.

4. Possessive Noun:

The possessive noun is shows ownership between thing and person. Meaning of possessive is something is mine. Let’s see possessive examples. The book is mine, the pen is yours.

Do you know how to identify possessive nouns?

Mostly possessive nouns end with the single quotation mark and s (‘s).

E.g. Mom’s book, Dad’s car, Raja’s pen

5. Abstract Noun (Concrete Nouns):

An abstract noun is in no physical sense. The abstract noun is referring to smell, idea, feelings, concepts etc.

Let’s see single sentence brief explanation. No physical sense i.e. abstract noun or it is the name of a quality, action or state.

E.g. Music, grammar, chemistry, arts, sciences, adjectives, kindness, honesty, bravery, goodness, judgment, hatred, Childhood, boyhood, youth, slavery, sleep, sickness, death, poverty.

6. Collective Nouns:

Collection noun is the collection of something. It is the name of number or collection of persons. Collection of things are taken together and spoken as one name for the whole. It is a name of the group.

A fleet - A collection of ships or vessels.
An army – A collection of soldiers
A crowd – a collection of people
Jury – a group of judge
A herd – a group of cattle
A flock – a group of cattle
A bunch – collection of flowers or keys

7. Countable noun:

The countable noun is about able to count something. Let’s see one example (pen). We can count one pen, two pens etc. What you are able to count, i.e. countable noun.

E.g. Cup, Pen, Book, and Mobile

Note: Don’t use any article before plural countable.
You can use any article, before a countable noun.

8. Uncountable noun:

The uncountable noun is unable to count something. Let’s see one example (water). We cannot count water. What you're unable to count, i.e. uncountable noun.

E.g. Water, Sugar, Wood, Plastic, Happiness, Time, Information, Air, Oxygen

Note: Don’t use any article before the uncountable noun.

9. Singular and plural nouns:

You know something about singular and plural nouns. No need to tell basics about singular and plural nouns.

Every singular word should not end with S. If any word ends with S, that is the plural word. Are you thinking like this? You’re wrong.

Again, every plural word ends with S. Are you thinking like this? This is also wrong.

I will change your thinking limitations with some examples.

Different types of plural nouns not ending with S

Son in lawsons in law
Commander in chiefcommanders in chief

Words are looking like plural words but the singular word:

Electronics news economics
mathematics subjects diabetics
meastes rickets billiards
droughts aids

Some words are acting both singular & plural:

Species Aircraft Fish
Spacecraft Water People

Some words are looking singular but plural:

Police People Public
Poultry Gentry Pleasantry

Some words are unable to express in plural form:

Luggage Baggage Knowledge
Work Brick

10. Nouns Gender:

Gender nouns are related to gender. Nouns of gender are classified into three type's, Masculine gender, feminine gender, and common or neuter gender. Masculine gender is male. Feminine gender is female. Common or neuter gender parents (Male and females).

Let’s see some noun gender examples.

Nouns gender worksheet

Masculine genderfeminine genderneuter gender
Father mother parents
Actor actress
Manager manageress
Mayor Mayoress
Taylor tayloress
Conductor conductoress
Land lord landlady
Gentleman lady
Dog bitch
Drone been
Bachelor maiden
Fox vixen

Note: Violence and greatness – masculine gender

E.g. Sun, summer, death, winter

Note: Beatiness, gentleness, kindness – feminine gender

E.g. moon, nature, earth, autumn

Note: Huge type takes feminine gender:

E.g. hug in size: train, aero plane

Nouns Define:

Now I would like to discuss more in detail about how many nouns are there.. Let’s see nouns list in english, how many different types of nouns and what is the difference between the nouns.

Nouns Exercise

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17 November, 2019

Interjections with Examples

Types of interjections

Interjections Definition:

An interjection is used to express sentiment of the speaker or sudden emotions like surprise, joy, excitement, disgust, enthusiasm, sorrow, approval, calling, attention etc

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1. Interjection for Greeting:

Interjection for greeting is used to indicate emotion of warmth towards the other person when they meet. Interjection for greeting words are Hello! , Hey! , Hi! Etc.

  • Hey! Good to see you today.
  • Hello! I am Jane.
  • Hi! Would you like to have a cup of coffee?
  • Hey! Nice to see you here at the party.
  • Hello! I am Pooja.

2. Interjection for Joy:

If you want to show feelings of happiness or excitement or immediate emotion or immediate joy in the sentence then you can use words like Wow! Hurray! Hurrah! Ha!

  • Wow! That’s great news.
  • Hurray! We won the football match.
  • Ha! Today I am very happy.
  • Wow! It is a beautiful place to stay.
  • Hurray! My team won the game.
  • Wow! I passed the exam.
  • Hurrah! We’ve got another day off.
  • Wow! You are looking gorgeous.
  • Hurray! We successfully won this football match.

3. Interjection for Approval and Praise

When you want to express your feelings of approval and agreement on something that happened for any task when you use these Interjection words like well done! O.K! Bravo!

  • Well done! Your assignment is really good.
  • Bravo! You did a great job.
  • Well done! You performed you best.
  • Bravo! The trophy is yours.
  • Well done! You got the job.
  • Bravo! He made the goal.
  • Brilliant! You scored 99% percent in the exams.
  • Well done! You win the race.
  • Bravo! The first rank is yours this year.

4. Interjection for Attention:

Interjection for attention is used in the sentence to draw the attention of attendance then you use these Interjection words like Listen! Look! Behold! Hush.

  • Listen! To me, you cannot do this at all.
  • Behold! The bride comes.
  • Look! You so arrogant.
  • Listen! I have never copied you.
  • Behold! Someone strange is there.

5. Interjection for Surprise:

Interjection for surprise is used to express a feeling or strong sense of being surprised, you can use words like What! Well! Hey! Eh! Oh! Whoa! Ha!, Ah!, Gosh, Wow etc.

  • Hey! I can’t believe you are right here with me.
  • What! He attempted suicide.
  • What! Is it true that you are leaving this school?
  • Oh! Really you killed a snake, I can’t believe this.
  • What! His mother died!
  • Ah! I got promoted.
  • Eh! That sounds so disgusting.
  • What! You failed.
  • Oh! Really you completed the task, I can't believe.
  • Ah! I got the new job.

6. Interjection for Sorrow or Pain:

When you want to express feelings of sadness in the sentence, then you can use words like Alas! Ah! Oh! Ouch!

  • Alas! She is no more.
  • Ouch! I cut my finger.
  • Ah! I have lost my sister’s bag.
  • Alas! She has failed in the exam.
  • Alas! He is no more.
  • Ouch! It's very painting

7. Interjections for Grief/Pain:

Interjection for grief/pain is used to expresses a strong emotion of grief on something unfortunate that happened.

Interjections for grief/pain words are Alas! , Ah! , Oh! , Ouch! Etc.

  • Alas! He is dead.
  • Ouch! I hurt my foot.
  • Ah! The pain of injection.

8. Interjections for Bidding Farwell:

Interjections for Bidding Farwell is used by the speaker to bid farewell or say good-bye. Interjections for bidding farwell words are Bye!, goodbye! farewell! Etc.

  • Good-bye! we are leaving.
  • Bye! I have to leave for now.

9. Interjections for Expressing Doubt or Hesitation:

These interjections are used by the speaker when they are unsure and thinking of what to say next. Interjections for Expressing Doubt or Hesitation words are Hmm, Uh, Er Etc.

  • Hmm, I am not really sure what happened.

10. Interjections for Express Calling:

When you call someone for any reason then you use these Interjection words like Halloo! Ho!

  • Hello! Why are you looking here?
  • Hello! Mark, please come with me.

What is an Interjection?

Interjection words have fixed meanings, whenever they are used. They usually come at the beginning of a sentence and do not have a direct grammatical relation with the rest of the sentence. Interjection words are used anywhere in the sentence.

The interjection is one of the parts of speech. Mostly Interjection words are used at the beginning of a sentence.

A comma or an exclamation mark is used after the interjection word in a sentence. An interjection sometimes called as the exclamation. It is used to signify a specific emotion or sentiment on the part of the speaker or the feeling of the author.

Eg: Surprise - Wow!, Confusion – Huh?, Outrage – No!

Interjection Examples:

  • Good! Now we can celebrate the party.
  • Oh, what's a surprise?
  • Hey! Get out of the building!
  • Yes! I can do it easily.
  • No! I run so long.
  • Well! I have a good news.
  • Ouch! That hurts.
  • Well, I need a break.
  • Wow! What a beautiful dress!
  • Groovy! IAU demotes Pluto!!!
  • Wow! What a beautiful painting.
  • Hurrah! Our team has won the series.
  • What! Have you lost all your money?
  • Hurrah! We’ve won!
  • Alas, she’s dead now.
  • Bah! That was a total waste of time
  • Bless you, I couldn't have done without you.
  • Ah! It feels good.
  • Oh! You both know each other.
  • ‘I’m going.’ ‘Eh?’ ‘I said I’m going.’
  • Hey! Where are you going?’
  • Oh! I’ve got a bad headache.’
  • Shoot! I forgot my brother’s birthday.
  • ‘I’ve won.’ ‘Eh! Really?’
  • Hmm. Let’s me see.’
  • Oops, I’m sorry. That was my mistake.
  • Geez! Do I need to do it again?
  • Oh, I didn’t know that.
  • Yes! I will do it!
  • Yo, will you throw the ball back?
  • Um, here is our proposal.
  • Hmm. You really need to be on a diet.

Features of Interjections:

  • Interjections are short exclamations like Oh!, Uh, Um, Wow!, Yikes!, or Ah!.
  • Interjections can stand alone.
  • The interjection is a big name for a little word.
  • Interjections are like emoticons.

Interjection List:

The lists of interjections used in the English language are extremely long, just like the list of adverbs or adjectives. The list of Interjections words are Oy, yum, huh, oops, hark, dear, wow, hey, aww, aah, ahh, eh, hurrah, oh, oops, ouch, shh, uh, yeah, yippe, haha etc

Types of Interjections:

  1. Interjection for Greeting - Hello! , Hey! , Hi! Etc
  2. Interjection for Joy - Hurrah! , Hurray! , Wow! Etc Hurrah! Ha! Ha! Wow!
  3. Interjection for Approval - Bravo! , Brilliant! , Well done! O.K!
  4. Interjection for Attention - Listen! Look! Behold! Hush.
  5. Interjection for Surprise - Ha! , Hey! , What! , Oh! , Ah! , Eh! Etc Well
  6. Interjection for Sorrow - Ah! Ah me! Alas!
  7. Interjections for Grief/Pain - these include: Alas! , Ah! , Oh! , Ouch! Etc
  8. Interjections for Bidding Farwell
  9. Interjections for Expressing Doubt or Hesitation
  10. Interjections for Express Calling - Halloo! Ho!

A to Z List of Interjections:

A: aha, ahem, ahh, ahoy, alas, argh, aww, achoo, absolutely, alrighty, amen, anyhoo, anytime, attagirl, awful, attaboy, as if, anyhow
B: bam, bingo, blah, boo, bravo, brrr, behold, bless you, bye
C: cheers, congratulations, come on, chin up
D: dang, drat, darn, duh, dear, doh, dear me
E: eek, eh, Eureka, encore, easy does it
F: fiddlesticks, fair enough, fiddle-dee-dee, fooey
G: gadzooks, gee, gee whiz, golly, goodbye, goodness, good grief, gosh, geepers, good job, great
H: ha-ha, hallelujah, hello, hey, hmmm, holy buckets, holy cow, holy smokes, holy dog, huh?, humph, hurray, hi, hooray
I: indeed, is it, I say
J: jeez, just kidding, just a sec, just wondering
M: my gosh, meh, most certainly, my my, my word
N: no, now, Nah, no thanks, never, no way
O: oh, oh dear, oh my, oh well, oops, ouch, ow, okey-dokey, oopsey, oyez
P: phew, phooey, pooh, pow, please, pff, peace, psst
R: rats, ready, right, right on, Roger, roger that, rumble
S: shhh, shoo, shoot, shucks, see ya, sleep tight, snap, sorry, sssh, sup, sigh, shame
T: thanks, there, tut-tut, ta-da, there there, time out, toodles, touche, tsk, tsk-tsk
U: uh-oh, uh-huh, ugh, umm, urgh
V: very well, voila, vroom
W: wahoo, well, whoa, whoops, wow, whatever, whee, when, wuzzup, why
Y: yeah, yes, yikes, yippee, yo, yuck, yay, yoo-hoo, you bet, you don't say, you know, yow, yum, yummy
Z: zap, zounds, zowie, zzz, zing.

Some Interjections with Meanings and Examples:

  • Wow Ha - Express happiness
    Wow! That’s great thing.Ha! now
  • Alas Ah - Express unhappiness
    Alas! He is dad now.
    Ah! I have lost the friend.
  • Oh! What! Well - Express surprise
    Oh, What a great person is he? What! Are you coming tomorrow?
  • Well done!O.K! - To give Approval
    Well done! You solved this problem.
    O.K! This project is over.
  • Halloo! Ho! - To call someone
    Halloo! Where are you going?
    Ho! Are you talking to me?
  • Listen!Look!Behold!Hush - Express attention
    Listen! All of you come here.
    Look! You have to do this job.
    Behold! I am coming with you.

Interjections Quiz

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16 November, 2019

All Types of Conjunctions with Examples

Types of conjunctions

Definition of Conjunction:

The conjunction is the part of speech used as a joiner for words, phrases, or clauses in a particular sentence. The conjunction joins different parts of speeches together. Different kinds of conjunctions join different kinds of grammatical structures.

Here is a Conjunctions List,
1. Coordinating Conjunction,
2. Subordinating Conjunction,
3. Correlative Conjunction

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1. Coordinating Conjunction:

Coordination conjunctions are most common and simplest. It joins words, phrases, and clauses as an equal grammatical component. Coordinating conjunctions are called as coordinators.

Coordinating conjunctions connect two words or groups of words with similar values. They may connect two words, two phrases, two independent clauses or two dependent clauses.

coordinating conjunctions adds words to words, phrases to phrases, classes to clauses. between items joined, not at the beginning or end.

a) Coordination Conjunction Joins Two Equal Parts of a Sentence:

  • Word + word
  • Phrase + phrase
  • Clause + clause
  • Independent clause + independent clause

b) Examples of Connecting Two Words:

  • Raja and Rani stayed up all night practicing their guitars.
  • She likes ice cream and juice.

c) Examples of Connecting Two Phrases:

  • The squirrel scurried up the tree trunk and onto a low branch.
  • He may be in the room or on the roof.

d) Examples of Connecting Two Clauses:

  • Several managers sat with their backs to us, and I could almost hear them snickering at us lowly workers.
  • What you do and what you listen to sitting alone.

e) Examples of Two Independent Clauses:

  • We can hardly wait to see the movie.

f) Examples of Joining Two Words of the Same Importance:

  • She likes pizza and burger.   (pizza and burger)
  • I bought a bat and a ball.   (bat and ball)
  • He may come by bike or car.   (bike or car)

The conjunction joins two independent clauses. Independent clause is a clause which can stand alone as a sentence and have the complete thought on its own.

  • I called him but he didn’t receive my call.
  • I advised him to quit smoking, but he didn’t respond.
  • He got ill, so he thought he should consult the doctor.
  • He shouted for help, but nobody helped him.

A comma is used with conjunction if the clauses are long or not well balanced. Coordinating conjunctions come between words. If both clauses have the same subjects, the subject of the 2nd clause may not be written again.

  • She worked well and got the reward.
  • The player stopped and kicked the ball.
  • He got ill but didn’t go to the doctor.
  • Maryam opened the book and started to read.
  • Pizza and burgers are my favorite snacks.
  • aliens and predators
  • by the beach or on the hill
  • what you see and what you get
  • spiders, snakes, and scorpions
  • in the bedroom, in the garage, or at the garden
  • Cats and dogs are animals. (Connecting two words)
  • We wanted to walk in the forest or on the hill. (Connecting two phrases)
  • They went to the park and had a picnic. (Connecting two clauses
  • I wanted to go but decided to stay. (Contrast)
  • Would you rather go shopping or spend the day at the beach? (Decision)
  • The comma is required when connecting two independent clauses.
  • I liked the car, but I could not afford to buy it.

Coordinating conjunction words are and, or, for, so, but, yet and nor.

To remember seven coordinating conjunctions, Follow FANBOYS shortcut. Here F for For, A for And, N for Nor, B for But, O for Or, Y for Yet, S for So.

2. Subordinating Conjunction:

subordinating conjunctions are different from coordinating conjunctions. It connect an independent clause to a dependent clause. These conjunctions occur in a sentence where the dependent clause would not work on its own.

The subordinating conjunction words are after, although, as,as far as, as if, as soon as, because, before, even if, how, if, in case, in that, no matter how, now that, once, provided, since, so that, supposing, though, unless, until, when, wherever, whether, while, as soon as, although, before, even if, because, no matter how, whether, wherever, when, until, after, as if, how, if, provided, in that, once, supposing, while, unless, in case, as far as, now that, as, so that, though, since,

Lets see conjunction sentences below.

  • We were happy because our team won.
  • Because our team won, we were happy.
  • It is so cold outside, so I brought you a jacket.
  • This is not only fun, but also interesting.

Subordinating conjunctions are called as subordinators. It joins the subordinate clause (dependent clause) to the main clause.

  • Main Clause + Subordinate Clause
  • Subordinate Clause + Main Clause

The subordinate clause is a combination of words (subject and verb) which cannot stand alone as a complete sentence. The subordinate clause is also called a dependent clause because it is dependent on the main clause.

The Subordinate clause usually starts with a relative pronoun (which, who, that, whom etc). The subordinate clause gives more information in relation to the main clause to complete the meaning.

The subordinating conjunction joins a subordinate clause to the main clause. Subordinating conjunction always come before the subordinate clause, no matter the subordinate clause is before the main clause or after the main clause.

  • He does not go to the library because he is not well.
  • I will call you after I reach my home.
  • I bought some gifts while I was coming from my office.
  • They played football although it was raining.
  • Although it was raining, they played football.
  • As far as I know, this situation is very tough.
  • I have gone to every concert since I lived in London.
  • You can get high grades in exam provided that you work hard for it.

3. Correlative Conjunctions:

The correlative conjunctions are simply pairs of conjunctions which are used to join equal sentence elements together.

Correlative conjunctions are always used in pairs. These pairs of conjunctions require equal (parallel) structures after each one.

The correlative conjunction words are either… or, neither… nor, not only… but also, both… and, whether… or, so… as etc.

  • Both red and yellow are attractive colors.
  • I like neither tea nor coffee.

What is the Conjunction:

Conjunctions are the words that decide the importance of the various other words in the sentence. All conjunctions served as a unique purpose.

Conjunction words are and, but, or, nor, for, yet, so, although, because, since, unless, when, while, where etc.

1. Single Word Conjunctions

Single-word Conjunctions are having one word i.e. and, but, yet, because etc.

2. Compound Conjunctions

Compound Conjunctions are having two or more words i.e. as long as, as far as, as well as, in order that, even if, so that etc

Example of Conjunction Sentences:
  • He tried but did not succeed.
  • He thought for a moment and kicked the ball.
  • I waited for him but he didn’t come.
  • You will remain ill unless you take medicine.
  • We didn’t go to the market because it was raining outside.

Conjunction Book:

  1. General English (English-Hindi Edition)
    General English
    (English-Hindi Edition)
  2. Oxford Current English Grammar
    Oxford Current
    English Grammar

What is a Conjunctive Adverb?:

The conjunctive adverb is not a real conjunction, this kind of words functions as conjunctions in a sentence.

Conjunctive adverb words are however, therefore, on the contrary, hence, in fact, otherwise, as a result, indeed,still, thus, on the other hand, furthermore, instead, incidentally, after all, finally, likewise, meanwhile, consequently.

Conjunctions Quiz

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Revolutions of India

Revolutions in India and Their Father

The Revolution word comes from Latin and is related to the word revolutio, which means a turnaround.

Some people feel unhappy with their lives, some are not happy with the whole system. Those people join together to share ideas and make something change. Sometimes revolutions may or may not include fighting.

Types of Revolutions in India

The Revolution is a successful attempt made by people. The large group of people does an activity to change the political system of their country by force. Let's see in detailed revolutions in india.

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1. Black revolution:


The black revolution is related to Crude oil, Petrol Production. The basic aim of the black revolution is to increase the amount of crude oil production.

The Indian govt plans to accelerate the production of ethanol and produced biodiesel.

Revolution Name: Black revolution
Related Product: Crude oil, Petrol Production
Father of Revolution: Unknown

2. Blue revolution:

Blue revolution

The blue revolution is related to Fish and Aqua Production. The father of the blue revolution is Dr. Arun Krishnan. The blue revolution word refers to the remarkable emergence of aquaculture and highly productive agricultural activity.

Aquaculture refers to the all forms of active culturing of aquatic animals and plants in marine, brackish, or freshwater.

Revolution Name: Blue revolution
Related Product: Fish and Aqua Production
Father of Revolution: Dr. Arun krishnan

3. Brown revolution:

Brown revolution

The brown revolution is related to organic farming and improving soil quality. The brown revolution is also being associated with the increase in the production of coffee, development of leather industry and cocoa production.

Revolution Name: Brown revolution
Related Product: organic farming, Leather, Cocoa Production
Father of Revolution: Unknown

4. Golden fiber revolution

Golden fiber revolution

The golden fiber revolution is related to jute production. Jute is a natural fiber with a golden and long, soft, silky shine. Jute is also known as a golden fiber because of its colors and high cash value. Jute is the cheapest fiber procured from the skin of the plant’s stem.

Jute is the second most important vegetable fiber in usage, consumption, production, and availability, after cotton. Jute is started being used in the fabric industry during the industrial revolution. The processed jute is used for making strong threads and other jute products until today.

Revolution Name: Golden fiber revolution
Related Product: Jute Production
Father of Revolution: Unknown

5. Golden revolution Fruits

Golden revolution Fruits

The golden revolution fruits related to Overall honey, horticulture production. The father of golden revolution is nirpakh tutej. The horticulture sector is the most dynamic and sustainable segment of agriculture.

In India the golden revolution period between 1991 to 2003. During the golden revolution, there is a huge production of fruits and other products. It covers a wide spectrum of crops like fruits.

Revolution Name: Golden revolution Fruits
Related Product: Honey, Horticulture Production
Father of Revolution: Nirpakh tutej

6. Green revolution

Green revolution

The green revolution is related to agricultural producition. The father of green revolution is norman borlong. The green revolution refers to the high yielding variety of seeds and increased use of fertilizer and irrigation methods.

The green revolution is the third agricultural revolution. It is a set of research, technology transfer initiatives period of the 1950s to the late 1960s. During the period increased agricultural production.

The main aim of the green revolution is to increase production to make India self-sufficient in food grains.

Revolution Name: Green revolution
Related Product: Agriculture Production
Father of Revolution: Norman borlong

7. Green Gold Revolution

Green Gold Revolution

The green golden revolution is related to promotion of bamboo plants. The green gold revolution for promotion and trade of bamboo plants to increase the economic growth of northeast India.

The Bamboo is called as green gold. It is a wonderful plant that is converted from a single plant to green gold.

Revolution Name: Green Gold Revolution
Related Product: Promotion and trade of Bamboo
Father of Revolution: Unknown

8. Gray revolution

Gray revolution

The gray revolution is related to fertilizers. The grey revolution refers to increased fertilizer production and the sustainable development of fertilizers. it’s related to the mal effects of the green revolution of India.

Revolution Name: Gray revolution
Related Product: Fertilizers
Father of Revolution: Unknown

9. Pink revolution:

 Pink revolution

The pink revolution is related to Pharmaceuticals, Prawns Production. The father of pink revolution is durgesh patel. The pink revolution refers to natural minerals and vitamins. The important role of minerals and vitamins to increase the capacity of resistance.

Revolution Name: Pink revolutionOnions
Related Product: Pharmaceuticals, Prawns Production
Father of Revolution: Durgesh Patel

10. Red revolution:

Red revolution

The red revolution is related to Meat, Tomoto Production. The red revolution is the technological revolution in the field of meat and tomato production. During the red revolution, tomato increases rapidly, including high export growth and better domestic production.

Revolution Name: Red revolution
Related Product: Meat, Tomoto Production
Father of Revolution: Visual tewari

11. Evergreen revolution

Evergreen revolution

The evergreen revolution is related to Intended for overall agriculture production growth Started in 11th 5 year plan. The father of the evergreen revolution is Swaminathan.

The highlights of the evergreen revolution are to increase production and productivity in short and long term goals for food productions. During this period the main aim is to produce more from less land, less pesticide, less water.

This revolution supports better disease crops, better soil health, and fertility without having chemical fertilizers and the use of biological controls to reduce damage caused by pesticides.

Revolution Name: Evergreen revolution
Related Product: Intended for overall agriculture production growth Started in 11th 5 year plan.
Father of Revolution: M.S Swaminathan

12. Round revolution

Round revolution

the round revolution is related to potato prodution. The round revolution is adopted by the government of India to increase in production of potato. The main aim of this resolution is to make doubled or tripled production in a single annual increase.

Revolution Name: Round revolution
Related Product: Potato Production
Father of Revolution: Unknown

13. Silver fiber revolution

Silver fiber revolution

The Silver fiber revolution is related to cotton production. The silver revolution is to increase production of cotton.

The period of 1999 to 2000 cotton in our country is 87.30 lakh hectors. Thereafter decreased to 77.85 lakh hectors in the period of 2003 to 2004.

During this revolution higher prices fetched by farmers and a large scale of bt hybrids, more acreages were covered by cotton in the period of 2007 to 2008. Due to this revolution, India becomes the 2nd largest producer of cotton.

Revolution Name: Silver fiber revolution
Related Product: Cotton Production
Father of Revolution: Unknown

14. Silver revolution

Silver revolution

The Silver revolution is related to Eggs/Poultry Production. The period of silver revolution time production of eggs was tremendously increased. It was done with the help of medical science and more protein-rich food for the hens.

Revolution Name: Silver revolution
Related Product: Eggs/Poultry Production
Father of Revolution: Indira Gandhi

15. White revolution

White revolution

The white revolution is related to Milk/Dairy Production. The father of white revolution is verghese kurien. He was a social entrepreneur. The billion-liter idea is the worlds largest agricultural dairy development program made to the world’s largest milk producer.

The double milk available per person within 30 years of the white revolution. It has many benefits such as income, employment, nutrition, education, health, empowerment, etc. The operation flood launched in India in 1970 is the dairy development board (NDDB). It is the world’s biggest dairy development program.

Revolution Name: White revolution
Related Product: Milk/Dairy Production
Father of Revolution: Verghese kurien

16. Yellow revolution

Yellow revolution

The yellow revolution is related to Oil Seeds Production. The father of yellow revolution is sam pitroda. The yellow revolution is to increase the production of oil seeds like mustard, sesame, etc.

The oilseeds sudden increase in India has witnessed a dramatic turn because of hybrid oil seeds. India achieved a self-sufficient status and became an exporter.

It rises importer to exporter mere annual production. Production improvement created a record within a decade. The revolution has institutional support particularly setup of the technology mission on oilseeds.

Revolution Name: Yellow revolution
Related Product: Oil Seeds Production
Father of Revolution: Sam Pitroda

17. Protein revolution

Protein revolution

The Protein revolution is related to Higher production (2nd green revolution). The protein is very important after water. It is a very important micronutrient on earth for human existence and health. Protein is a component required for everybody’s cell in the body. It uses to build and repair tissues.

Revolution Name: Protein revolution
Related Product: Higher production (2nd green revolution)
Father of Revolution: Unknown

Revolutions Defination:

The revolution is a fundamental change in organizational structure that takes place in a short period of time. Revolution is necessary when the population rises up. A revolution is an event that attempts to change a nation, region or society.

Revolutions Meaning:

Revolutions vary in their motives and their aims. Revolution dictionary meaning is ‘forcible overthrow of a government or social order, in favor of the new system.

A very important change in the way that people do things that may be a sudden and great change.

Revolution in India and Their Father

Table of Contents

S.NoRevolution NameRelated ProductFather of Revolution
1Black revolutionCrude oil, Petrol ProductionUnknown
2Blue revolutionFish and Aqua ProductionDr. Arun krishnan.
3Brown revolutionLeather, Cocoa ProductionUnknown
5Golden fiber revolution Jute ProductionUnknown
6Golden revolution Fruits, Honey, Horticulture ProductionNirpakh tutej.
7Green revolution Agriculture ProductionNorman borlong
8Green Gold Revolution Promotion and trade of BambooUnknown
9Gray revolutionFertilizersUnknown
10Pink revolutionOnions, Pharmaceuticals, Prawns ProductionDurgesh Patel.
11Red revolutionMeat, Tomoto Production Visual tewari.
12Evergreen revolutionIntended for overall agriculture production growthStarted in 11th 5 year plan.
13Round revolutionPotato ProductionUnknown
14Silver fiber revolutionCottonUnknown
15Silver revolutionEggs/Poultry ProductionIndira Gandhi.
16White revolutionMilk/Dairy Production Verghese kurien.
17Yellow revolutionOil Seeds ProductionSam Pitroda
18Protein revolution Higher production (2nd green revolution) Unknown

Revolutions of India Quiz

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Country Capital of the World

Country Capital and Currency

Earth is a planet. Human lives on earth. Earth land area is divided into 7 continents. The continents are North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. Asia is the largest continent by area and population in the word.

Antarctica is the least populated continent in the world. We explained briefly every continent well. We provided a list of countries, capital, currency, and language for every continent.

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1. Asia:

Asia is the most populated continent in the world. The 60% of the total population lives here. It has 50 countries. It is the largest continent in the world. Asia connected to Europe in the west. Europe and Asia together are called as Eurasia.

Asia continent covers an area 44, 579, 00 square kilometers. It is about 30% of earth total land area and 8.7% of the earth surface area.

Country Capital of Asia

1AfghanistanKabulAfghaniDari Persian, Pashto
4Bahrain ManamaBahraini DinarArabic
5Bangladesh DhakaTakaBangla
6Bhutan ThimphuNgultrumDzongkha
7BruneiBandar Seri BegawanBrunei DollarMalay
8CambodiaPhnom PenhRielKhmer
9ChinaBeijingChinese Yuan Mandarin
10PhilippinesManilaPhillipine PesoFilipino, English
12IndiaNew DelhiIndian Rupee Hindi, English
15IraqBaghdadIraqi Dinar Arabic, Kurdish
16IsraelJerusalemShekelHebrew, Arabic
18JordanAmmanJordanian DinarArabic
19KazakhstanAstanaTengeKazakh, Russian
20KuwaitKuwait City Kuwaiti Dollar Arabic, English
21KyrgyzstanBishkekSomKyrgyz, Russian
22LaosVientianeKipLao (Laotian)
23LebanonBeirutLebanese Pound Arabic, French
24MalaysiaKuala LumpurRinggitMalay
25MaldivesMale Maldivian RufiyaaDhivehi
27Myanmar (Burma) NypyidawKyat Burmese
28NepalKathmanduNepalese Rupee Nepali
29North KoreaPyongyangNorth Korean WonKorean
30OmanMuscatOmani RialArabic
31PakistanIslamabadPakistani Rupee Urdu, English
32Philippines ManilaPhilippine peso ‎Filipino
33QatarDohaQatari Riyal Arabic
35saudi arabia RiyadhSaudi riyalArabic
36singapore SingaporeDollarEnglish, Malay
37South KoreaSeoulSouth Korean Won Korean
38Sri LankaColomboSri Lankan rupee Sinhala
39syriaDamascusSyrian pound Arabic
40taiwanTaipeiTaiwan Dollar Mandarin Chinese
41TajikistanDushanbeTajikistani somoni Tajiki
42thailandBangkokThai baht Central Thai
43East Timor (Timor-Leste)DilliUnited States Dollar Tetum, Portuguese,Iindonesian
44turkeyAnkaraTurkish lira Turkish
45turkmenistanAshgabatTurkmenistan Turkmen
46United Arab EmiratesAbu DhabiUnited Arab Emirates dirhamArabic
47uzbekistanTashkentUzbekistani soʻmUzbek
48vietnamHanoiVietnamese dongVietnamese
49yemenSana'aYemeni RialArabic

2. Europe:

It is the economically developed continent with the European Union. It has 51 countries. It covers an area of 10,180,000 square kilometers. It is 2% of the earth’s surface area and 6.8% of land area.

Country Capital of Europe

2Belgium Brussels Euro Dutch, French, German
3Bulgaria SofiaLevBulgarian
5CyprusNicosiaEuroGreek, Turkish
6Czech RepublicPragueCzech KorunaCzech, Slovak
7Denmark CopenhagenDanish KroneDanish
8EstoniaTallinnEstonian Kroon, Euro Estonian
9FinlandHelsinkiEuroFinnish, Swedish
10FranceParisEuro, CFP Franc French
12Greece AthensEuroGreek
14Republic of IrelandDublinEuroEnglish, Irish
17LithuaniaVilniusLithuanian Litas Lithuanian
18LuxembourgLuxembourgEuroGerman, French,Luxembourgish
19MaltaVallettaEuroMaltese, English
20NetherlandsAmsterdam, The Hague EuroDutch
23 Romania BucharestRomanian RupeeRomanian
27swedenStockholmSwedish kronaSwedish
28United KingdomLondonPound sterlingEnglish
30NorwayOsloNorwegian Krone Norwegian
31MoldovaChisinauMoldovan LeuMoldovan (Romanian)
32MonacoMonacoEuroFrench, Italian, English
33LiechtensteinVaduzSwiss FrancGerman
34MacedoniaSkopjeMacedonian Denar Macedonian
35KosovoPristinaEuroAlbanian, Serbian
36IcelandReykjavikIcelandic KronaIcelandic
37BelarusMinskBelarusian RubleBelarusian, Russian
38Bosnia and Herzegovina SarajevoConvertible MarkBosnian, Croatian, Serbian
40AndorraAndorra la VellaEuroCatalan

3. Africa:

Africa is the second largest continent in the world after Asia. It has 54 countries. It covers 20.4% of its total land area and 6% of earth’s total surface area. The world largest desert located in the Africa and it covers 25% of the Africa continent.

Country Capital of Africa

1AlgeriaAlgiersAlgerian DinarArabic, Tamazight, French
3Benin Porto-Novo West African CFA FrancFrench
4BotswanaGaboronePulaEnglish, Tswana
5Burkina Faso OuagadougouWest African CFA FrancFrench
6BurundiBujumburaBurundi Franc Kirundi, French
7cabo verdePraiaCape Verdean escudo Portuguese
8CameroonYaoundeCentral African CFA FrancFrench, English
9Central African RepublicBanguiCentral African CFA FrancSango, French
10ChadN'Djamena Central African CFA Franc French, Arabic
11 Comoros Moron Comorian FrancComorian, Arabic, French
12Democratic Republic Of the Congo KinshasaCongolese Franc French
13Republic of the CongoBrazzavilleCentral African CFA FrancFrench
14Djibouti Djibouti Djiboutian FrancArabic, French
15EgyptCairoEgyptian PoundArabic
16equatorial guineaMalaboCentral African CFA francSpanish
17EritreaAsmaraNakfaArabic, Tigrinya, English
18EthiopiaAddis Ababa BirrAmharic
19GabonLibrevilleCentral African CFA FrancFrench
20The GambiaBanjulDalasiEnglish
21GhanaAccraGhanaian CediEnglish
22GuineaConakryGuinean Franc French
23Guinea-Bissau BissauWest African CFA Franc Portuguese
24KenyaNairobiKenyan Shilling Swahili, English
25LesothoMaseruLotiSesotho, English
26LiberiaMonroviaLiberian DollarEnglish
27LibyaTripoliLibyan Dinar Arabic
28MadagascarAntananarivoMalagasy AriaryMalagasy, French, English
29MalawiLilongweMalawi Kwacha English
30MaliBamakoWest African CFA FrancFrench
32MauritiusPort Louis Mauritian Rupee English
33MoroccoRabatMoroccan DirhamArabic
34MozambiqueMaputoMozambican MeticalPortuguese
35NamibiaWindhoekNamibian DollarEnglish, Afrikaans, German
36NigerNiameyWest African CFA Franc French
38RwandaKigaliRwandan FrancKinyarwanda, French, English
39senegalDakarCFA FrancFrench
40seychellesVictoriaSeychellois rupeeEnglish and French
41sierra leoneFreetownSierra Leonean leoneEnglish
42somaliaMogadishuSomali shillingSomali, Arabic
43south africaCape TownSouth African randAfrikaans
44south sudanJubaSouth Sudanese poundEnglish
45sudanKhartoumSudanese poundSudanese Arabic
46swazilandMbabaneSwazi lilangeniEnglish
47tanzaniaDodomaTanzanian shillingSwahili
48togoLoméCFA francFrench
49tunisiaTunisTunisian dinarArabic
50ugandaKampalaUgandan shillingSwahili,English
51zambia LusakaZambian KwachaEnglish
52zimbabwe HarareUS DollarEnglish, Shona
53Equatorial GuineaMalaboCentral African CFA FrancSpanish, French, Portuguese
54Cape VerdePraia Cape Verdean EscudoPortuguese
55Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) Yamoussoukro, AbidjanWest African CFA FrancFrench

4. Australia:

Australia is the least populated continent after Antarctica. It has 14 countries. It covers 0.3% of the total earth’s population lives here.

Country Capital of Australia

1AustraliaCanberra Australian Dollar English
2FijiSuvaFijian DollarEnglish, Bau Fijian, Hindi
3KiribatiTarawa AtollKiribati DollarEnglish, Gilbertese
4Marshall Islands MajuroUnited States Dollar Marshallese, English
5Federal States of Micronesia PalikirUnited States DollarEnglish
6NauruYarenAustralian DollarEnglish, Nauran
7New Zealand WellingtonNew Zealand DollarEnglish
8PalauMelekeokUnited States DollarEnglish, Palauan
9papua new guineaPort MoresbyPapua New Guinean kinaTok Pisin, English, Hiri Motu
10samoaApiaSamoan tālāSamoan, English
11solomon islandsHoniaraSolomon Islands dollarEnglish
12TongaNukuʻalofaTongan paʻangaTongan
13Papua New GuineaPort Moresby PapaPapa New Guinean KinaEnglish, Tok Pisin,Hiri Motu

5. North America:

North America is the third largest continent by area. It has 23 countries. It is the fourth populated continent in the world. It covers an area of 24,709,000 square kilometers and it is about 16.5% of the earth’s land area and 4.8% of its total surface. The USA is the largest economy in the world.

Country Capital of North America

1 Antigua and Barbuda Saint John's East Caribbean DollarEnglish
2The Bahamas NassauBahamian DollarEnglish
3Barbados BridgetownBarbadian Dollar English
4Belize BelmopanBelize Dollar English
5CanadaOttawaCanadian Dollar English, French
6Costa RicaSan JoseColonSpanish
7El SalvadorSan SalvadorUnited States Dollar Spanish
8GrenadaSt. George'sEast Caribbean Dollar English, Patois
9GuatemalaGuatemala CityQuetzalSpanish
10HaitiPort-au-PrinceGourdeHaitian Creole, French
12JamaicaKingstonJamaican Dollar English
13MexicoMexico CityMexican PesoSpanish
15PanamaPanama City BalboaSpanish
16CubaHavanaCuban PesoSpanish
17DominicaRosesau East Caribbean Dollar English, French,Antillean Creole
18Dominican RepublicSanto DomingoDominican PesoSpanish

6. South America:

South America considered a subcontinent of the America. It is the fourth largest continent by area. It is the fifth populated continent in the world. It covers an area 17,840,000 square kilometers. The largest forest located in South America that is Amazon. Forest covers 30% of the South America total area.

Country Capital of South America

1ArgentinaBuenos Aires Argentine Peso Spanish
2BoliviaLa Paz, Sucre BolivianoSpanish, Quechua, Aymara
4ChileSantiagoChilean PesoSpanish
5ColombiaBogotaColombian PesoSpanish
6EcuadorQuitoUnited States Dollar Spanish
7GuyanaGeorgetownGuyanese Dollar English
8ParaguayAsuncionGuaraniSpanish, Guarani
9PeruLimaNuevo Sol Spanish

Key Points:

  • Which country capital is new york? The capital of New York is Albany.
  • Which country capital is Singapore? Singapore is the capital of Republic of Singapore.
  • Which country capital is London? London is the capital of the United Kingdom.
  • Switzerland capital and currency. The capital city is Bern and the currency is the Swiss Franc.
  • Capital and currency of Myanmar. The capital is Naypyitaw and the currency is Burmese kyat.

Country Capital Currency Quiz

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