• Kamala Surraya
    shock of menstrual blood, and all your  Endless female hungers ..." - The Looking Glass  This directness of her voice led to comparisons with Marguerite Duras and Sylvia Plath  At the age of 42, she published a daring autobiography, My Story; it was originally written in Malayalam and later she...
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  • Nostalgia in the Poems by Kamaladas
    in Malayalam and later she translated it into English. Later she admitted that much of the autobiography had fictional elements.[5] Kamala Das wrote on a diverse range of topics, often disparate- from the story of a poor old servant, about the sexual disposition of upper middle class women living...
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  • kamala das an introduction
    of the best-known contemporary Indian women writers. Writing in two languages, English and Malayalam, Das has authored many autobiographical works and novels, several well-received collections of poetry in English, numerous volumes of short stories, and essays on a broad spectrum of subjects. Since...
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  • Decline of Stardom and Emergence of Real Life Characters in Malayalam Cinema
    are more conscious about cinema. * Age of Stars The main criticism is that the stars are not selecting the characters according to their age. The chemistry of the film got perished when they are acting with the heroines who are not even half his age. Success of starless cinema The new...
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  • Malayala Manorama
    COMPANY PROFILE Malayala Manorama is a daily newspaper in Malayalam language which is published in the state of Kerala, India. According to World Association of Newspapers, it holds a position as top 26th most circulating newspaper in the world (third largest circulating newspapers in India behind...
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  • Malayalam-Instantly
    , they made the students read English books. Surely, all students understood something at least, because they had the basic knowledge of the English language from their own home. When teachers explained to them about what they read from books, they understood much more. Then they progressed in English...
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  • Create and Florish- India Today
    five songs in Devdas. Bairi piya won her the National Award. She hasn’t looked back since. Ghoshal’s training began at the age of four. Since she could not get the best possible formal training in her home town, her father Bishwajit decided to send her to Kota. There she trained in Hindustani...
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  • Malayalam Lettering
    Malayalam poet from Kerala, he was known almost exclusively for his romantic elegy Ramanan which was written in 1936 and sold over 100,000 copies. It is a play written in the form of verse. He is credited with bringing poetry to masses with his simple romantic style. He died very young at the age...
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  • Bollywood
    understood by the largest possible audience.[5] Some movies, however, have used regional dialects to evoke a village setting, or old-fashioned, courtly, Persian-influenced Urdu in Mughal era historical films. Jyotika Virdi, in her book The cinematic imagiNation (sic), wrote about the presence of Urdu in...
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  • Indian Regional Journalism
    brought about public sympathy. # The Deccan Education Society was started by Tilak, Namjoshi, Apte and Agarkar. Tilak moved away from the society, and focused on political freedom instead of social reform. Inspired by the Amrita Bazaar Patrika, he started a campaign against the age of consent...
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  • Supa
    , forcing them into child labour and prostitution - there is estimated to be around 5 million commercial sex workers under the age of 18 years old, which forms 40% of the total population of commercial sex works in India. 500,000 new children are forced into this appalling trade every year. Abused...
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  • Tourism in Kerala
    ) | Unicameral (141 seats: 140 elected, 1 nominated) | Population• Density | 31,841,374[1] (12th) (2001[update])• 819 /km2 (2,121 /sq mi) | HDI (2007) | ▲ 0.827 (high) (1st) | Literacy | 94.59[2][3]% | Official languages | Malayalam | Time zone | IST (UTC+5:30) | Area | 38863 km2 (15005...
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  • A R Rajarajavarma
    which include Bhasha Meghadooth, Bhasha Kumara Sambhavam, Malayala Sakunthalam, Malavikagnimithram, Charudatham and Swapna Vasavadatham. As a professor in the University College, Kerala he attempted to modernize the process of teaching Malayalam language and literature. Before the age of 16, he...
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  • Oral Tradition a Rich Source of Wisdom
    . According to the old traditional Malayalam calendar, it is the 1st day of the New Year. The main event of the Vishu celebration is the 'Kani- Kanal'. Coconuts, fruits, cereals, and Konna flowers are kept in big pots to prepare Kani. Behind this pot, a mirror and a garlanded statue of Krishna are placed...
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  • Indian Culture
    Shakuntala and Meghadoota are some of the older plays, following those of Bhasa. One of the oldest surviving theatre traditions of the world is the 2,000 year old Kutiyattam of Kerala. It strictly follows the Natya Shastra.56 Nātyāchārya Māni Mādhava Chākyār is cred for reviving the age old drama...
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  • Cinema of India
    , Tokyo, and the Film Festival of Russia.[60] Long after the Golden Age of Indian cinema, South India's Malayalam cinema of Kerala experienced its own 'Golden Age' in the 1980s and early 1990s. Some of the most acclaimed Indian filmmakers at the time were from the Malayalam industry, including...
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  • India
    world is the 2,000 year old Kutiyattam of Kerala. It strictly follows the Natya Shastra.[54] Nātyāchārya Māni Mādhava Chākyār is credited for reviving the age old drama tradition from extinction. He was known for mastery of Rasa Abhinaya. He started to perform the Kalidasa plays like...
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  • Novels
    industrial age . Or Write about a novel in which Dicken wrote about the effects of industrialization . Or On what themes and issues did Dickens write on ? Give Examples. Ans. a. During the industrial age, workers faced problem. b. Cities expanded in an unregulated way and were...
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  • Study Guide 1
    – Gujarati Migrants form North – Hindi/Urdu Major Languages spoken Marathi, Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, Punjabi, Sindhi, Marwadi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam Minority/dialect/tribal – Wadari, Makadwala Monolinguals in Dharavi Old people Those who migrated in groups Women who stay at home...
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  • A Study of Educational and Occupational Aspirations of Higher Secondary Commerce Students
    their final decisions. Psychology of Students The topic for the study is about higher secondary students who are at their adolescent age. Hence the characteristics of adolescence are discussed below: Meaning of Adolescence The term...
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