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    for speculative and philosophical literature in early civilizations, resulting in the prevalence of literature in Ancient China, Ancient India, Persia and Ancient Greece and Rome. Many works of earlier periods, even in narrative form, had a covert moral or didactic purpose, such as the Sanskrit...
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  • How to Develop Self Confidence
    Bengal. Tagore introduced new prose and verse forms and the use of colloquial language into Bengali literature, thereby freeing it from traditional models based on classical Sanskrit. He was highly influential in introducing the best of Indian culture to the West and vice versa, and he is generally...
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    early civilizations, resulting in the prevalence of literature in Ancient China, Ancient India, Persia and Ancient Greece and Rome. Many works of earlier periods, even in narrative form, had a covert moral or didactic purpose, such as the Sanskrit Panchatantra or the Metamorphoses of Ovid. Drama and...
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  • Afro-Asian Term Paper
    Kimbeerlyn B. Calauod BSED English March 27, 2012 Introduction As early as 300 B.C., India had already produced a considerable body of literature written in several Indian tongues derived from a common ancestral language-Sanskrit. The earliest known literature of India is a collection of tradition...
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  • Vedic Influence on Western Philosophy
    Upanishads into German. At this time, the Indo-European language group became especially interested in translating texts from ancient cultures into Greco-Roman languages to try to tie together the different societies. During his Sanskrit studies, Müller became fascinated in Indian culture. In studying the...
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  • Rabindranath Tagore
    Devi, at a very young age. Being the youngest son, he was quite pampered by his father. Tagore’s family tried to combine traditional Indian culture with Western ideas. Rabindranath was brought up on three languages- Sanskrit, Bengali and English. He was educated at home by tutors. In music...
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  • Rabindra Nath Tagore
    . His "elegant prose and magical poetry" remain largely unknown outside Bengal.[4] Tagore introduced new prose and verse forms and the use of colloquial language into Bengali literature, thereby freeing it from traditional models based on classical Sanskrit. He was highly influential in introducing...
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  • Essays
    Indian drama in English and translation vii) Nativism | | | | | | | | | | | | Early Indian English Poetry, English Literature in India Early English Poetry makes up some of the earliest writing by Indians in the English language. Some of the best know names in the...
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  • Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam
    that of what people have been expressing in the years they start to learn about Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam and the meaning of the phrase. My opinion from what I have learned due to this essay is; we should spread the knowledge of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam”; explain in the different languages what the phrase...
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  • Indian History
    languages and translate texts. He translated several Sanskrit works, including Patanjali’s work on grammar, into Arabic. For his Brahmana friends, he translated the works of Euclid (a Greek mathematician) into Sanskrit. T li R b E u C p N re © e b to t o n 1. Al-Biruni and the Kitab-ul-Hind...
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    them. Porus - Fought against Alexander the Great, became his friend. Aryans - Dominant people in north India, spoke Sanskrit. Dravidians - People in south India that speak a language of the Dravidians family of languages. Karakoram - Mountain range in the Himalayas. Himalayas - Kind of a border...
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  • The Colonial Encounter with Hindu and Muslim Law
    Name: Saeed Ahmad M.A. (FINAL)3rd Sem 51156727 Kirori Mal College Q. Describe the British encounter with Muslim and Hindu Law in India. “Law and religion have much in common as social institutions and as historical phenomenon. Broad areas of overlap and even broader areas of...
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  • Conflict and Violence in Communication
    witnessing these things a lot more than the developed societies. India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, African countries witness conflict in languages at times. In a society like Kashmir, languages have been evolving for ages now, with a profound influence from various languages and scripts like Sanskrit...
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  • Imperalism Paper
    have to rely on their harvest to produce the crops they needed in the first place. Another principle that was offered to the natives was English education. Before the British had invaded India, the natives were learning a difficult language known as Sanskrit. Raja Ram Mohan Roy describes in his...
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  • Late Roman and Medieval
    hinduism. The two epics are the Mahabharata and the Ramayana. They were written in sanskrit which is a certin language of India. Other literatures would be the Puranas which is “a collection of eighteen religious books that preserve the myths and legends of the Hindu gods”(HUmanistic Tradition 2...
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  • An Astrologers Day
    Tamil, a language spoken by over sixty million people in India. Narayan published his first novel (in English) in 1935, during the turbulent division of India. His writing ranges from retellings of classical Hindu myths and stories to essays, short stories, and novels. Unlike some other Indian...
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  • Essay on Cultural Heritage of India
    culture is essentially religious and spiritualism is the breath of her nostrils. Religion is our soul and philosophy is in our blood. The philosopher, Will Durrant says, "India is the Motherland of our race and Sanskrit the mother of Europe's languages. She was the mother of our philosophy; mother...
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    History of English Language, Political Science Economics, Political Science History of Modern India, Political Science Kerala Culture, Sanskrit Tharikh-Ul-Islam, Secretarial Practice& Translation Economics, History of Modern World Statistics, Physics Mathematics, Chemistry Mathematics, Physics Botany...
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  • Rabindra Nathtagore
    biographies, poems, history, Sanskrit and several others by the age of 12. He also studies the classical poetry of Kalidasa, the father of poetry in India. In 1877, he wrote his first poem, which was composed in a Maithili style. His early works include Bhikharani (The beggar woman) - the first short...
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  • how to prepare for an ias examinations
    type Indian Language Qualifying Paper (300 marks) 1 English  Qualifying Paper (300 marks) 1 General Essay type paper (200 marks) 2 General Studies papers (300 marks each) 4 Optional subjects papers (300 marks each) You can find the syllabus for these papers here. Then finally, if you qualify...
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