Essential books for the UPSC prelims

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I am just starting my journey for preparation. Apart from NCERT, please suggest other essential books for UPSC prelims?

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How to prepare for the IAS exam?

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The right way to prepare for IAS Exam:

The IAS Prelims syllabus is such that some sections are easier to score off than others. You should aim to cover these sections on priority. So which are the scoring areas for CSAT? Current Affairs, GK, Polity, English Comprehension, Passage, Maps are some of the topics that can fetch you good marks with less effort. Cover these early on. After you’ve done this and have time at disposal go for the other topics like Mental Ability, History, Science, and so on.
A smart approach combined with hard work is the right way to prepare for the IAS exam.

Do the right things to gain an edge over your competition:

1. Get the right Books for IAS Prelims
2. Start preparing at least 10 months before the Prelims
3. Solve past year questions to test yourself
4. Cover the scoring sections early
5. Cover the syllabus strategically. Don’t go for a “prepare all” approach for IAS prelims
6. Balance paper 1 and 2


Study materials from vajirao coaching centre

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May I get study materials from vajirao coaching centre, as I am unable to join coaching at Delhi?? N if yes, den what zz d procedure??

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Why ‘flute-playing Krishna’ theme is very popular in Indian art?

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Being a deity of Hindus, art is very much influenced by Krishna, Vishnu’s incarnation.. “Flute playing krishna” is pictured as a joyous situation of Krishna’s life which represents entertainment, love, chastity and romance.. Art in India is very much about emotional equation, so almost every art form include this act of Krishna abundantly..

Flute Playing Krishna is considered as 1 of the several Leela’s of the God and is from a very long time in depiction of the performing arts in Orissa where Lord Vishnu is predominantly worshiped by the mass. Dramas, puppet shows, folk theatres etc showcase the scenes of Ras Leela of Krishna and Radha along with the Gopis where flute playing krishna is a center model..
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