• Consumer Perception
    publishing unit in Ahmedabad, Gujarat - with highest quality of materials, affordable price and high standard services. Bhavik has more than 2000 titles in the education market like Practice Books, Exercise Books, Drawing Books, Graph Books, Essay Books, Books on General knowledge...
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  • The Stepchild
    . Kalyana Rao, Satish Chandar, GR. Kurme, Madduri Nageshbabu, Kalekuri Prasad, Gogu Shyamala, Jupaka Subhadra, Jajula Gowri, MM. Vinodini, Sujatha Gidla, Thullimalli wilson Sudhakar,challapalli Swarupa Rani,Sikhamani,etc Gujarat (Gujarati) Some of the eminent dalit writers in Gujarati include Neerav...
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  • Proud of My Clothing, Languages and Festival
    language in India. If someone speaking Gujarati (Indian language), I can tell that he/she is from Gujarat. I am able to communicate with any Indian. It is easy for me to learn new language because I am used to learn new language. According me, it is really good thing. Finally, I am the...
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  • Parsi Theatre
    Indo-Aryan Languages, ed. Mariola Offredi, vol.  (New Delhi: Manohar, ), pp. –. 2 K H •  Gujarati language. They exalt dramatists like ƒashr or A√san as being on par with Shakespeare, while portraying the Parsi company managers as crude capitalists. According to...
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  • ansh
    traffic on May, 2000. Xanguages recognised in the Indian Constitution : Assamese: Bengali; Gujarati; Hindi; Kannada; Kashmiri; Konkani; Malayalam; Manipuri; Marathi; Nepali; Oriya; Punjabi; Sanskrit; Sindhi; Tamil; Telugu and Urdu. In 2003, four more languages, were added Bodo, Dogri, Maithaili...
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  • HAHA
    principal export to India was ivory. But to return to our story: A second elephant arrived in Gujarat some years later, apparently during the reign of the Mugul emperor Akbar (1556-1605). Said to have come from Abyssinia, it was presented to the Mugul monarch by the Gujarati ruler Itmat Khan. Having...
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  • Globle warming
    from the Persian Empire. They have many businesses in India and are economically very powerful. Gujarati Muslims Main article: Gujarati Muslims The term "Gujarati Muslim" is usually used to signify an Indian Muslim from the State of Gujarat who speaks the Gujarati language as a mother-tongue...
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  • Indian Food and Culture
    : 5 Nasto and Farsan 6 Gujarati meal: 6 Influence on Gujarati food and culture: 7 Conclusion: 9 BIBLIOGRAPHY 10 Introduction: Gujarat is the land of all the religions like Jainism, Islam, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism (Parsees...
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  • Gujarat
    Sanctuary 73. Which city of Gujarat has the largest palace? Vadodara-Lakshmi Vilas Palace 74. What does BRTS stand for? Bus Rapid Transit System 75. Who called the language spoken in Gujarat as 'Gujarati'? Premanand 76. What is Gandhiji's Samadhi known as? Rajghat 77. The old name of Ahmedabad ? " Karnavati "...
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  • Market Research
    months, it entered two more cities of Gujarat: Surat and Vadodara. To counter the Bhaskar's group's threat, the leading Gujarati newspapers came up with color pages, price reductions and several high-value customer offers. However, by 2009, Divya Bhaskar became the largest circulated Gujarati daily...
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  • master of arts
    translation. Students have to select only one language out of Gujarati and Hindi for both versions of translation.) Unit 01 Theory Principles of Translation 02 03 04 Types of Translation Problems of Translation Practical Translation from Gujarati/Hindi into English Practical...
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  • Ahmedabad Culture
    some 2000 Parsis. Ahmedabad lies in the state of Gujarat and it is due to this fact that, Gujarati is the most widely spoken language in Ahmedabad. Common languages of Ahmedabadi are Gujarati, Hindi and English. In informal groups, the people of Ahmedabad usually converse in their native language...
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  • Comunal Riots
    the state, helping propel remedial action. The team also faulted Gujarati language papers Gujarat Samachar and the pro-Hindutva Sandesh of distorted and provocative reporting.[115] The Godhra fire received extensive news coverage until it was overtaken by the subsequent violence and the...
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  • Narmada Bachao Andolan Case study
    Knowledge and Action (SETU in its Gujarati acronym), intended to build leadership within marginalized communities so they could carry out their own struggles, was founded in 1982 and soon began working on oustee issues. The Center for Social Studies in Surat got involved in 1981 when the Gujarat...
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  • Study on Ht Dna
    regional newspaper Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati etc. Secondly is the English newspaper. The 1st and the 2nd choice of newspaper normally reflect into their socio economic status. English is an international language. Everybody not only in India but also throughout the world wants to cope with English...
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  • Essay
    groups of Gujarat | Muhajir communities | Muslim communities of Gujarat Hidden categories: "Related ethnic groups" needing confirmation | Articles containing Gujarati language text | Articles containing Sindhi language text | Articles containing Urdu language text | Articles containing Hindi language...
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  • Newspaper Habit
    . Finding Researcher can found that out of 65 respondents all of they read the newspaper. From the study researcher found that majority of people preferred Gujarati language to read the Newspaper. Divya Bhaskar enjoys marketing leadership position, 27% respondents are read Divya Bhaskar newspaper. From...
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  • Gandhi
    -souled", "venerable"[2])—applied to him first in 1914 in South Africa,[3]—is now used worldwide. He is also called Bapu (Gujarati: endearment for "father",[4] "papa"[4][5]) in India. Born and raised in a Hindu merchant caste family in coastal Gujarat, western India, and trained in law at the Inner...
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  • Gestronomy
    their magic to create and construct exciting new centres of hospitality. Traditions of Gujarat Delicacies: The traditional Gujarati food is primarily vegetarian and has a high nutritional value. The typical Gujarati thali consists of varied kinds of lip smacking dishes. Gujarati cuisine has...
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  • Long Cv
    B-9 Faculty Quarters, University of Hyderabad Central University P.O Hyderabad 500 046 040 2301 1947 (R) PRESENT POSITION Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Hyderabad LANGUAGES SPOKEN: English, Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi AREAS OF SPECIALISATION...
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