Autobiography Of A River In Hindi Essays and Term Papers

  • caste

    Leonard, 1978). Origin Literally, the Kayasth is described as one who is an inhabitant of Kaayadesh, the region between the Ganges and the Yamuna rivers of north India. In Sanskrit the word Kayasth means, “one who resides in the body” (Rose, 1919). A different meaning has been suggested by Crooke, from...

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  • Jawahrlal

    secretary. 1897 - His son Ramdas Gandhi was born. 1900 - Their fourth child was born and was named Devdas Dr. Zakir Hussain (8 February 1897 - 3 May 1969) (Hindi: ज़ाकिर हुसैन) (Urdu: زاکِر حسین), was the third President of India from 13 May 1967 until his death on 3 May 1969. He was the first elected Muslim...

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  • Education

    Books Pratham Books Pratham Books Pratham Books Pratham Books Pratham Books Bilingual Picture Book Eng/Hindi Bilingual Picture Book Eng/Hindi Bilingual Picture Book Eng/Hindi Bilingual Picture Book Eng/Hindi Bilingual Picture Book Picture Book Picture Book Picture Book Picture Book Picture Book Early Reader...

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  • Books and Authors

    Gardner The Post Office Hungry Stones The King of Dark Chamber The Home and the World Chandalika VS Naipaul In a Free State A Bend in the River An Area of Darkness The Mystic Masseur India: A Million Mutinies Now Amartya Sen The Argumentative Indian Growth Economics The Idea of Justice ...

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  • Current Afairs

    (Birth Day of S.Radhakrishnan | 5th September | 2. World Literacy Day | 8th September | 3. World Fraternity and Apology Day | 14th September | 4. Hindi Dives ( Day) | 14th September | 5. Engineer’s Day | 15th September | 6. World Ozone Day | 16th September | 7. Railway Police Force (RPF) Foundation...

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  • Nehru

    Alma mater | Trinity College, Cambridge | Profession | Barrister | Religion | Agnostic atheist[1][2][3] | Signature | | Jawaharlal Nehru (Hindi/Kashmiri: जवाहरलाल नेहरू, pronounced [dʒəʋaːɦərˈlaːl ˈneːɦruː]; 14 November 1889–27 May 1964[4]) was an Indian statesman who was the first (and to date...

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  • Jawaharlal Nehru

    an important figure in the international politics of the post-war era. He is frequently referred to as Pandit Nehru ("pandit" being a Sanskrit and Hindi honorific meaning "scholar" or "teacher") and, specifically in India, as Panditji (with "-ji" being a honorific suffix).Nehru was a charismatic and...

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  • Management

    disappear. The wind breaks for a moment and he gathers them up. He calls out, “Panditji !”(“Pandit” being Sanskrit for Scholar with suffix -“ji”, a Hindi honorific), “I have your papers”. A man catches up with him. He is in his thirties, clad from head to toe in khadi vastra (coarse homespun cotton material)...

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  • Vasudev Kutumbakam

    Imperial Theatre in Johannesburg. The big hall throbbed with the din of voices which spoke the Tamil and Telugu languages of southern India, Gujarati and Hindi. The few women wore saris. The men wore European and Indian clothes; some had Hindu turbans and caps, some Moslem headgear. Among them were rich merchants...

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  • Jawaharlal Nehru

    Jawaharlal Nehru (Hindi/Kashmiri: जवाहरलाल नेहरू, pronounced [dʒəʋaːɦərˈlaːl ˈneːɦruː]; 14 November 1889–27 May 1964[4]) was an Indian statesman who was the first (and to date the longest-serving) prime minister of India, from 1947 until 1964. One of the leading figures in the Indian independence movement...

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  • Captain Gopinath

    includes the different phases of his life ranging from his childhood days to his days of becoming a successful entrepreneur. 2.1 GROWING UP BY THE RIVER Captain Gopinath was born along the banks of Hemavathyin the Gorur village of Karnataka. The village of Gorur like any other Indian village had...

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  • India Art and Culture

    Constitution, in 1950, declared Hindi in Devanagari Script to be the official language of the union. It was provided in the Constitution of India that English shall continue to be used for all official purposes of the Union till January 25, 1965 but the complete change over to Hindi was not practicable within...

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  • Sbi Bank Exam

    (Myanmar) Accepts Nobel Peace Prize 21 years late. 9. China won both Thomas cup and Uber Cup of Badminton. Venue of Both were in China. 10. India’s First River-lake link project launched In Bundelkhand 11. Kofi Annan resign as the UN special Envoy to Syria 12. India has allowed foreign direct investment(FDI)...

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  • Mughals

    Each mansabdar had to maintain an army of slaves. They looked after horses, pitched tents, managed kitchen, worked as guards etc. During famines both Hindi and Muslim families sold their children. Akbar had abolished the policy of taking captives after war. In the late Mughal period, the slave trade had...

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  • Order

    mountains Nature, you have beautiful Plains Nature, you have trees sizzling And the same trees which provide us everything Nature, you have mighty rivers running Nature, you have birds chirping Nature, you have animals perpetuating And fishes And insects happily living The humans who are destroying...

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  • Autobiography

    The riverine coutry of Bangladesh is crossed with so many small and large river.As such a river crossed village shaded by a huge amount of green plants and trees in here………… I was Born in lower middle class family in 1987.My father Biswanath hira is a well educated person...

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  • Gandhi the educator

    several newspapers including Harijan in Gujarati, in Hindi and in the English language; Indian Opinion while in South Africa and, Young India, in English, and Navajivan, a Gujarati monthly, on his return to India. Later, Navajivan was also published in Hindi. In addition, he wrote letters almost every day...

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  • Gandhi

    childbirth.[7][8] The Indian classics, especially the stories of Shravana and king Harishchandra, had a great impact on Gandhi in his childhood. In his autobiography, he admits that they left an indelible impression on his mind. He writes: "It haunted me and I must have acted Harishchandra to myself times without...

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  • Factors Affecting the Academic Performance of Selected Working Student

    harvests that had passed, the high hopes they had in the beginning of their new life, the day he took her away from her parents across the roaring river, on the other side of the mountain, the trip up the trail which they had to climb, the steep canyon which they had to cross. The waters boiled in her...

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  • Yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

    Books | Authors | A Bend in the river | V.S. Naipaul | A Brush with Life | Satish Gujral | A Conceptual Encyclopaedia of Guru Granth Sahib | S.S. Kohli | A Foreign Policy for India | I.K. Gujral | A Fortune Teller Told Me | Tiziano Terzani | A Gender Lens on Social Psychology | Judith A Howard...

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