India is famous for its Tigers and Tigresses. One of the famous tigresses was named ‘Machali’ also known by the other name ‘Queen of Ranthambore’. It lived in the Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan for 20 years before its demise in 2016. The name ‘Machali’ was chosen because of the fish-shaped mark on her face. If you want to know more about her, watch NGC’s documentary, Tiger Queen.
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During the British Rule, United Provinces was created on 01 April 1937 (and, no it wasn’t an April fool’s joke). Thirteen years later it was renamed as Uttar Pradesh (northern province). In 2000, the northern districts of the state were separated to form a new state of Uttarakhand.
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