• Tourrism
    , elephant and snake are auspicious animals for Hindus. * Crow is an important bird in India in the sense of blind beliefs. If a crow crows in front of a home, it is considered as an intimation of coming of relatives or guests. * Owl is considered as an inauspicious bird. * If a lizard...
    Premium 868 Words 4 Pages
  • Superstitions in India
    ''Superstitions are based on ignorance and there is no place for superstitions but in the darkness. The best way to remove superstitions is to educate the people and given them light of reason. A true knowledge of Nature and God will take the place of blind beliefs and false traditions and this...
    Premium 1172 Words 5 Pages
  • Eye Donation
    Eye Donation Introduction We are one of the fastest growing economies in the world today; ironically, we also shoulder one of the largest populations of the visually impaired. There are almost 52 million visually impaired people and 270,000 blind children in India. That’s almost one-fourth the...
    Premium 1050 Words 5 Pages
  • Life of Pi Data Sheet
    a much-needed stabilization and growth. | | |In Life of Pi, Piscine Patel’s father, a zookeeper in Pondicherry, India, grows | | |nervous about...
    Premium 1602 Words 7 Pages
  • Bollywood Promoting Religious Sentiments or Supernatural Powers?
    falling prey of the supernatural phenomena, making the audience believe all that they portray on screen to be true. What is religion in India? India’s religion goes way back to 4,500 years, from where the ancient theory of belief began. With Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Zoroastrians etc in India...
    Premium 1043 Words 5 Pages
  • Csr of Amway
    measured by impact – whether it is the 250,000 children in West Michigan whose lives have been changed through the campaign, the 85,000 blind children who received Braille textbooks in India, the 1,135 children who received cleft palate surgery in Thailand, the 170,000 children in China who were given the...
    Premium 3916 Words 16 Pages
  • Superstition
    good or bad luck which cannot be explained by reason or science. In short, superstition means blind belief. Superstition is a worldwide phenomenon. Over a period of time, superstitious beliefs have rooted themselves firmly in our society, so much so that it is virtually impossible for the person...
    Premium 412 Words 2 Pages
  • Speech on God vs. Science
    all times. Ramayana, Mahabharata, ved, puran and what not decorate the beliefs and following of the almighty even more. Places in India like viashno devi, tirupati balajai, witnesses a humungous amount of crowds and huge amounts of donations that sometimes when put together exceeds the gross...
    Premium 1157 Words 5 Pages
  • IITM
    . * Professor (Marketing) & Principal, Institute of Technology and Science, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad, India. ** Associate Professor (General Management), IILM Institute of Higher Education, New Delhi, India. A Monthly Double-Blind Peer Reviewed Refereed Open Access International e-Journal...
    Premium 6351 Words 26 Pages
  • Elephants and Religion
    of the beliefs, have a common goal of finding a faith to feel comfortable with. Hinduism, one of the oldest religions in the world, and Jainism are two of the widely practiced religions in India, with a similar virtuous concept of Ahimsa, the ideal philosophy of nonviolence. Despite the many...
    Premium 863 Words 4 Pages
  • Mahatma Jyotirao Phule
    rational thinking and rejected the need for a Brahman priestly class as educational and religious leaders. He was an aboriginal of India and established Satyadharma and never renounced his faith. He was against those Brahmins who were using religion and blind faith of masses for their own monetary...
    Premium 2339 Words 10 Pages
  • Sikhism
    status in the eyes of god. This is a very important principle that permeates all Sikh belief and behavior. The most important thing in Sikhism is the internal religious state of the individual. Sikhs avoid superstitious behaviour, and pilgrimages, statues, buildings, and "blind" rituals.Sikhs think...
    Premium 1472 Words 6 Pages
  • The “Blind Men and the Elephant
    wars, The disputants, I ween, Rail on in utter ignorance Of what each other mean, And prate about an Elephant Not one of them has seen! The “Blind Men and the Elephant” tale originated in India. It is widely thought the original story originated in Hindu lore. It was translated to the English...
    Premium 504 Words 3 Pages
  • Case Study
    International Business McDonald’s and Hindu Culture 1. McDonald’s seemed to have hit the right points, from playing it safe, investing their time doing marketing research, to find the best places to put a restaurant and finding out what it is that people in India like to eat. This is what has...
    Premium 470 Words 2 Pages
  • Written Examination For Recruitment
    ) Percentage of marks secured iii) The candidate is blind/low vision or affected by cerebral palsy with loco-motor impairment and his/her writing speed is affected and he/she needs a writer (scribe) as permissible under the Government of India rules governing the recruitment of Persons with...
    Premium 806 Words 4 Pages
  • Jsdkdkkdkd
    India to be. A nation where everyone within the fold of the brotherhood is free to hold up one’s head high and one’s voice can be heard without having any apprehension or fear of oppression or forced compulsion.  He talks about a nation where the knowledge is not restricted by narrow ideas and...
    Premium 399 Words 2 Pages
  • Is India Truely Independent
    things and we need to understand that. Blind belief – still a great problem in India. In the olden days people believed anything and everything and hence they were easily fooled even after more than 1000 years of being fooled for no reason we continue to be the same. Religion is not a bad thing...
    Premium 1527 Words 7 Pages
  • Every problem can be solved peacefully?
    towards others. Their belief in Ahisma makes them regard violence and war as a last option. Problems cannot be solved through war; war brings destruction which cannot be compensated for many years. No one likes to be always in danger of dying. No one wants to put the life of one’s children into...
    Premium 956 Words 4 Pages
  • young india
    imprints on one fourth of the human race in the course of a long succession of centuries. She has the right to reclaim her place amongst the great nations summarizing and symbolizing the spirit of humanity. From Persia to the Chinese sea, from the icy regions of Siberia to Islands of Java and Borneo, India has propagated her beliefs, her tales, and her civilization! ”   ...
    Premium 969 Words 4 Pages
  • Summary of Ghandi the Movie
    ." Gandhi's wife, said this of Gandhi's beliefs in an introduction to one of Gandhi's speeches. "There have been two kinds of slavery in India, one for the women, and one for the untouchables." Movie Essay: Ghandi | Gandhi’s philosophy of non-violence stems from the pacifist views. According to the...
    Premium 6362 Words 26 Pages