• Somia Foundation
    Answer the Following Questions? 1. Who was Hazrat Asma? 2. Who was Abu khafada? 3. Give a generosity example of Hazrat Asma ? 4. What is the importance of Media in our daily life? 5. When was the blue masjid constructed? 6. Who has written the poem stopping by woods in a snowing...
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  • Thomas Alva Edison
    will not be possible without Edison’s inventions  As Singapore is moving into a knowledge-based economy it is important that our future workers can be inspired by Edison and his innovative mind. Activity planned  Essay competition National-wide essay competition among primary, secondary and...
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  • Essay
    the confidence in me and since then things have not been the way it used to be. He couldn’t love me as he used to and so I have had to live with this stigma for the rest of my life. DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY THE LOCAL FESTIVAL IN MY VILLAGE The arrival of civilization and western culture has made us to...
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  • The Rite of Passage
    religious mythical tale. Part II: Essay Question The rite of passage is defined as “a ritual event of a person’s progression from one status to another.”- (Dictionary.com) “It may also be defined as a ceremony or event marking an important stage in someone’s life, esp. birth, puberty...
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  • heritage assessment
    well as compare those with that of the Author , American Indian (Hindu) heritage. Health maintains Health maintains include what helps to prevent illness by their daily life which may contain healthy eating habits, hobbies and exercises. In both Greek and Italian culture they give importance in...
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  • Festivals Essay
    advantages found for social workers were found to be employment opportunities, while for community, tourism development presented a large opportunity. Disadvantages though important do not seem to outweigh the advantages festivals bring; therefore festivals, as part of our cultural identity, are not...
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  • Issues Behind Living in a Multi-Cultural City
    . As there are various cultures, values, customs and traditions, we can exchange our ideas and enjoy them together. For example: Every year in New York during Chinese Spring Festival, China town will celebrate this festival with the natives by performing lion and dragon dances and having traditional...
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  • Miss
    tourism in the Caribbean. Although festivals provide many positive effects as stated throughout this essay, it also seriously threatens the social life and environment of the Caribbean. Prostitution, infectious diseases (such as HIV/AIDS), liquid and solid waste, etc. are only some examples of the...
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  • Slow Food
    festivals help dramatically in the efforts to keep interest in regional foods" (46). In my town of Johnstown, Pennsylvania there are several fests that showcase foods particular to our region and our culture. The largest festival is the Johnstown Folk Fest which features thousands of venders, musical...
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  • Postman
    particularly during festival and marriage season. There is little scope for growth and promotion. He has not enough money to give good education to his children. His whole life is spent in poverty. Sometimes, people offer him money as a gift. He is happy. We should be kind and sympathetic to him. Our government should do much to bring change in his life....
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  • Babe
    their initiative, knowledge and skill, the coastal villagers invented indigenous fishing gadgets and the most common among them was the “DAKLIS” The festival showcases the traditional livelihood of the fishermen. Since this is the trademark of our town, we must give importance and dignify this income...
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  • Diwali festival
    Essay in Ritual and History. Man. New Series, 23(1), 10-55. Sri, S. (1997). Hindu Fasts & Festivals. A Divine Life Society Publication. Vijayendra, R. (2001). Celebrations as Social Investments: Festival Expenditures, Unit Price Variation and Social Status in Rural India. Journal of Development...
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  • Vietnam Today
    nature somewhere between the sky and the earth. When clear, you can perceive almost all of the northeast area from here. 4/An essay ( Tiểu luận ) In the mordern life. The transport very importance but I think, the most importance is public transport In every countries, the public transport always...
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  • Inside: Izmir International Fair (Turkey)
    essay will invite the viewers to discover the importance of the İzmir fair and everything that makes it unique: A fair that has witnessed the history, watching a country travel a long way over the years. Our audience will learn how it was created, how it is managed, and how it is focused into the future...
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  • The Importance of Oral Traditions in the Caribbean
    ESSAY: Assess the importance of oral tradition in the Caribbean for the development of its civilization from one generation to another. In the Caribbean, oral traditions are a common element in cultures throughout the region. This is due in part to the areas’ origin in colonialism and slavery...
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  • Percy Walker Essay
    choices in your life that you though were entirely by yourself, but according to Percy Walker you did not make the choices alone. Percy Walker states in his essay, “The Loss of a Creature”, that almost every experience that we have done was influenced in one way or another. That includes the...
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  • Beyond Saturn
    in the West have developed an unwholesome regard for an egoistic Mythology was to [Joseph Campbell] the song of the universe — music so deeply embedded in our collective unconscious that we dance to it even when we can't name the tune. — Bill Moyers approach to life. Hence, archetypal...
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  • impact of western culture on india
    festivals and thus wasting their precious time of life, Thinking to be independent at an early age so I strongly say that accept good from that and try to know our Indian culture more than u definitely change mind.. Thnkyou! ...
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  • Beka Lamb
    , Beka has just won an essay-writing contest at her school. That night, as she sits in her grandmother’s chair, she begins to reminisce about the long, uphill battle she fought to reach this point in her life. Seven months earlier, Beka was having trouble with telling the truth. She lied about...
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  • Ekushey Book Fair
    * Books 7 * Problems of the fair 8 * Conclusion 9 * References 10 Introduction: Ekushey Book Fair is now a popular festival in the life of Bangladeshi people. It is held only once in a year. Ekushey Book Fair or Amor Ekushey Grontho Mela (Book...
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