# SOCIAL STUDIES

I WANT TO KNOW ABOUT AKBAR AND SHAHJAHAAN.......... AND THE RELATION BETWEEN BOTH OF THEM...

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1. When you type in all-caps, two things happen:

**it's the online equivalent to SHOUTING (considered rude behavior).

Please just type in regular mode, not with the Caps Lock feature turned on. Thanks.

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