All the religions show the right path to humans.

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Human beings have believed in the existence of God for thousands of years but the written history is around for only about 5000 years. Many religions have teachings that are very old and the spiritual practices and beliefs have appeared and disappeared many times during these years.

Several religions have been lost with time but some of the ancient religions are practiced to this day. In some religions, it is easy to trace the origins but in many others, it is very hard to say the exact time when they emerged. We will talk about the ten oldest surviving religions.

Islam (7th Century CE)


The Languages have survived through the ages.

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There are around 7100 languages in the world spoken today and of these, the speakers of 90 percent of the languages are less than one lakh. Around a third of these would have less than 1000 speakers.

Languages are important because they help in communication; conveying ideas and resulting in development. They have shaped humanity for a long time. History says spoken languages appeared 10,000 years ago.

But there is no one to confirm, and the only way we can say for sure is by the existence of the proof of its written form. But that is still not conclusive…


Types of paywalls and their future.

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A paywall is a digital payment barrier that publishers set up for their online content. Visitors can access the content behind the paywall after paying a fee or by completing a subscription. By the mid-2010, newspapers had started implementing the paywalls on their websites for increasing their revenues after years of decline in print readership.

In the publishing industry, the concept of subscriptions has existed for a long time. If you require access to the contents of print articles then you have to complete a subscription. If you want your morning newspaper in your house you have to pay. Now…


Veerappan was a notorious bandit, smuggler, and poacher.

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In two decades Veerappan’s saga had become global, from the Time magazine to a Chinese daily reporting the story of a lawbreaker who had managed to hide from the law. Some Indian dailies placed him in the league of Osama bin Laden.

Koose Munisamy Veerappan was an Indian bandit who was active in the field of smuggling for 36 years and kidnapped many politicians and actors for ransom. He was active in sandalwood smuggling and poaching of elephants in the forests of the Southern Indian states of Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu.

The notorious criminal was wanted for killing 184…

Deepak Sethi

I am an indie author having two novels on Amazon.1) Love you forever and ever.2)It takes two hands to clap.I am on medium now and writing short stories/articles

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