The Himalayas is the young mountain chain in the world and is spread across five countries namely Bhutan, China, India, Pakistan, and Nepal. This Himalayas range is the dwelling of near about 52.7 million people with heterogeneity in culture and religion (Apollo, M. 2017). This range is also vibrant in water resources (water century) and stores about 12,000 km3 (2,900 cu mi) of freshwater (IPPC, 2 . . .
Since when did humans start coining names? Names of their own. Names of their work places. Names of the areas they lived in. Names of their cities. Names of anything. Everything. If it is true that, "Necessity is the mother of invention," then, surely, separation must have been the necessity that led to the invention of names! It is a name, isn't it? That separates, Ramesh from Suresh. Prahlad Nag . . .