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    | What is feni? | | | Goan language | | | | Goan drink | | | | Goan dress | | | | Goan Handicraft | | 15 | Which Indian city is not situated on sea shore? | | | Dwarika | | | | Somnath | | | | Varanasi | | | | Rameshwaram | | 16 | Mysore...
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    of the political giants of the era who played a leading part at a critical moment in India’s history – the struggle for independence. Like so many Indians, I grew up, oblivious of our cultural roots and of the wonders that fill our country. Strange that it takes an American wordsmith, Mark Twain, to pay...
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  • Puri, the Land of the Divine
    | |With our inaugural offer the tariff of each room for Indian Nationals is Rs.325/- per day. Refundable Caution Money – Rs.100/- per| |room. For Foreigners, the tariff is $12 per room with the caution money of...
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  • Religious Education
    Hindus, to visit the holy places is an act of great religious merit. Throughout India there are centres of pilgrimage, some of them very holy, others less so. Great emphasis is laid on visiting the holy places (yatra) once in a life-time for the attainment of salvation. Four of the holy places have been...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    contaminant into a natural environment, usually by humans. The specific types of pollution are Land pollution, Air Pollution, Water pollution (Oceans, rivers, ground water) , Plastic pollution, Noise pollution, Light pollution, space Ozone layer and many more.    In India the increasing economic development...
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  • India-Cultural History
    India is a land of varied cultures and traditions. Diversities in all spheres make the Indian culture quite unique. Indian folk and tribal dances are product of different socio-economic set up and traditions. Indian folk and tribal dances are simple and are performed to express joy. In India we have festivals...
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  • Climbing the World Tree
    Native American Spirituality and the Natural World In the autobiography of John Fire Lame Deer, holy man of the Lakota Sioux, he says, "A good way to start thinking about nature, talk about it. Rather talk to it, talk to the rivers, to the lakes, to the winds as to our relatives" (108). To the...
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  • Disaster Management
    Chenab River The Chenab River, is a major river of Jammu and Kashmir, India and the Punjab in Pakistan. It forms in the upper Himalayas in the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh, India, and flows through length: 597 miles (960km) | The River Chenab originates in the Kulu and Kangra districts...
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    European and Indian clothes; some had Hindu turbans and caps, some Moslem headgear. Among them were rich merchants, miners, lawyers, indentured labourers, waiters, rickshaw boys, domestic servants, hucksters and poor shopkeepers. Many were delegates representing the eighteen thousand Indians of the Transvaal...
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  • Obscenity in Indian Film
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  • Religions
    roughly 4,200 religions in the world. Many religions may have organized behaviors, clergy, a definition of what constitutes adherence or membership, holy places, and scriptures. The practice of a religion may also include rituals, sermons, commemoration or veneration of a deity, gods or goddesses, sacrifices...
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  • Essay
    Register | | | ------------------------------------------------- Top of FormE-mail: Bottom of Form | DwarkaMai - Sai Baba Forum > Indian Spirituality > Mantras and Slokas > 14 Slokas and Special Slokas for each separate day of the week as pdf file Poll | Question: | n n...
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  • Sakal
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  • Exports
    Indian Culture & Politics • 1 Need for a Joint Parliamentary Committee [An open letter to Shri Pranab Mukherjee] * T he 2 -G scam has caused a loss to the tune of ‘ 1, 76,000 crores to the country’s exchequer in a mysterious and suspicious way. This huge loss to the nation has enriched a couple...
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  • Tourism
    in such a way that he considers it necessary to visit this beautiful country having rich culture and strong moral values. Indian Governmental Bodies It is required by the Indian government bodies that every state should cooperate to administer the issues regarding tourism. Effects of Flourishing Tourism...
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  • impact of festivals on environment
    Pollution due to smoke of crackers. Water Pollution due to immerging statues of God and Goddess made of artificialor synthetic harmful chemicals into rivers,ponds and dams. Noise Pollution due to loudness of music system. Water Pollution The practice of immersion of Ganesh idols after the Ganesh festival...
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  • Rivers of India
    of brahmaputra Source of Ganga Ganga delta Brahmaputa delta The three main rivers of the Northern plains are the Satluj, Ganga and Brahmaputra. They divided the plains into three river basins. The three river basins are :- 1. The Satluj Basin: The Satluj River along with its main tributary...
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  • World Literature Reviewer
    Lit. 103 World Literatures Preliminary Examination Reviewer ------------------------------------------------- Indian-Chinese-Japanese Indian Literature Aryan race- invaded India from North West * Brahmanism, Hinduism, and Jainism were their religions Gautama Buddha- made many changes in...
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