Mahindra & Mahindra celebrates 75th anniversary by launching new Thar
Did you know that for the first two decades, all the Jeeps made by Mahindra were left-hand-drive? Or that the 20 crore rupees Pawan Goenka asked Anand Mahindra to invest into developing a curved windshield for the Mahindra Bolero ended up making the company over 20,000 crore rupees? Or the Rs 600 crore allocated to the design and development of the Mahindra Scorpio would otherwise have gone into a joint venture with Ford and their new Chennai plant? Or even the fact that the CJ-5 was never made in India and the few examples with enthusiasts were captured from the retreating Pakistan Army and later sold off in Army auctions?
About Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Mahendra Singh Dhoni,commonly known as M. S. Dhoni; born 7 July 1981) is an Indian cricketer and the current captain of the Indian national cricket team in limited-overs formats. An attacking right-handed middle-order batsman and wicket-keeper, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest finishers in limited-overs cricket.He made his One Day International (ODI) debut in December 2004 against Bangladesh, and played his first Test a year later against Sri Lanka.
History That KTM Thrives On
They stand for the entire company philosophy of developing vehicles that can without any modifications comprehensively assert themselves in any race. Direct from the dealer onto the track and into the battle for victory. Designers, engineers, and riders are bound by a clear common denominator: an unconditional passion for motorcycles. The whole KTM family is a living example of this worldwide. Countless offroad World and European championship titles plus brilliant victories in the world’s toughest races (International Six Days Enduro, Dakar Rally, Erzbergrodeo, and many more) all speak for themselves. And KTM Supermotos, Naked Bikes, Superbikes, and the X-Bow all demonstrate what an “orange” lead means on asphalt.
BMW logo and some history behind the car
Can you tell the number of cars the BMW Group sold in 2019? And do you know what accounted for those staggering figures? Well, the company sold nearly 2,520,357 vehicles which were boosted by the release of alternative models. Yet, there were other contributing factors.
HISTORY OF THE 1903 WRIGHT FLYER
Wilbur and Orville Wright shipped the airplane back to Dayton where it had been designed. From December 1903 through 1913, the airplane remained in crates in a shed behind the Wright Cycle Company shop on West Third Street. It was there when the Miami River flooded in March of 1913, covering the airplane in mud and water for eleven days.
How Voltas turned around successfully
Voltas is already among the top three air-conditioner brands in the country, but that's not nearly enough. The Tata Group company wants an even bigger piece of the pie than it has, and it wants its share of the growing action in the Indian AC market (which is clocking growth of more than 20 per cent a year).
From design to delight – insights on the ‘wow’ experience from Ramkripa Ananthan, Chief Designer, Mahindra & Mahindra, Auto Sector
Ramkripa Ananthan ('Kripa') is Chief Designer, Mahindra & Mahindra, Auto Sector. She is a graduate of BITS Pilani and IDC, IIT Bombay.
About Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal was built by Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan, in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal who died in 1631 while giving birth to their 14th child. Mumtaz, Shah Jahan’s third wife, was known for her exceptional beauty, and the emperor was known to be mad about her. Crestfallen by her sudden death, the emperor, it is believed, turned grey-haired in just one night. Work on the Taj began in 1632, but it wasn’t until 1653 that the whole monument came together in its current form. But as fate would have it, soon after the Taj was built Shah Jahan was overthrown by his son Aurangazeb who held him prisoner in the Agra Fort, where he spent the rest of his years yearning for the Taj. Shah Jahan after his death in 1666 was buried beside his beloved Mumtaz in the Taj Mahal.
How the Red Fort Became the Site for India's Independence Day Celebrations
Known by different names at different points of time, such as Qila-i-Mubarak (the Fortunate Citadel), Qila-i-Shahjahanabad (Fort of Shahjahanabad) or Qila-i-Mualla (the Exalted Fort), the Red Fort remains one of the most iconic representations of anti-colonial resistance and India’s Independence Day celebrations. Since 1947, on every Independence Day, successive prime ministers have hoisted the national flag here and addressed the nation from the rampart adjacent to the Lahori Gate, which now forms the public entrance to the fort.
Ferrari logo and the history behind the car
To a large extent, you’ll agree with me that everything under the sun evolves. The Ferrari logo has had several updates. Yet, its core graphic elements since 1929 remain intact. These subtle redesigns have made most people not notice changes in the design. Let’s now delve briefly into a few of its updates below: