5 Facts about Jallianwala Bagh massacre you probably didn’t know

1. The firing in Jallianwala Bagh lasted for 10 to 15 mins and approximately 1650 rounds of bullets were fired at the crowd. The firing stopped when the soldiers exhausted their ammunition.

2.Colonel Reginald Dyer was assassinated on 13 March 1940 by a man named Udham Singh, a member of the revolutionist Ghadar party who was on a mission to take revenge for the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre.

3. Last survivor of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre Shingara Singh died in Amritsar on June 29, 2009 at the age of 113.

4. Jallianwala Bagh was previously an empty ground with houses built around it with back walls to the area and was closed on three sides.

5. Michael O’Dwyer was the Lt Governor of Punjab during the massacre.


5 Facts about the “SADIST KING” Vlad Tepes

1. Vlad III never parted with his patrimonial name Dracula, meaning “son of the dragon.”

2. Vlad III and his brother, Radu were held hostages by the ottomans under the pretext of diplomatic dinner.

3. Vlad III had a command on The Quran and Turkish literature.

4.He piled the “Forest of Impaled” with 20,000 impaled, skinned, boiled and decapitated ottomans.

5. He is known as Vlad the Impaler, owing to impalement being his favourite method of execution.

6.The Ottoman Empire awarded his head to Sultan Mehmet II in Constantinople as a trophy.


Interesting Facts about Eleanor Roosevelt

01. Roosevelt worked with Women’s Trade Union League even before becoming the First Lady of United States.

02. For 27 years she wrote a newspaper column “My Day” which spoke about women’s works, gender equality and social issues.

03. She is the longest serving First Lady in the history of United States.

04. Eleanor Roosevelt held women-only white house press conferences while her time as the First Lady so that they would get more opportunities in the press and media.

05. She was one of the 50 people who worked together to compose the U.N.’s Declaration of Human Rights.​


5 Genghis Khan facts

01. His real name wasn’t Genghis Khan but actually Temujin! The name roughly translates to ‘blacksmith’.

2. Genghis Khan amassed over 500 wives! Very often, people find themselves tracing their lineage back to this mighty Emperor!

3. His empire was over 13,500,000 square kilometres, stretching from the Caspian Sea to the Sea of Japan.

4. He had the second-largest empire in history!

5. Despite all this information, we don’t actually know what he looked like!