• Tagore's Consciousness
    broad humanistic vision and his reverence for Indian classics and the Vaishnava tradition became part of his mental make-up. His grounding in Sanskrit led to his special liking for Kalidasa. Seeped in Bengali tradition and ethos, he read with relish Chandidas, Vidyapati and other Vaishnav poets...
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  • India
    Kalidasa's Sakuntala is the best-known Sanskrit drama, and widely considered a masterpiece. It is based on an episode from the Mahabharata (book 1, ch. 62-69), though Kalidasa takes significant liberties in his version. Widely translated -- there were "no fewer than forty-six translations in twelve different...
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  • Indian English Novel
    all were strictly done in the Sanskrit lingo. As such, the first traces of writings in Indian literature were done in the Sanskrit language, with Sanskritic body of literature tracing out its prestigious path down the ages. It was indeed in this highly mysterious Sanskrit literary wonders that one gets...
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  • India and Modern Olympic Games
    INDIA AND MODERN OLYMPIC GAMES By Neeraj Kumar Mehra Research Scholar An Essay Submitted to Professor. Ian Jobling Professor. Karl Lennartz Professor. Kostas Georgiadis December, 2010 India 1 Contents Introduction I. II. III. IV. V. VI. India and the Olympic Movement Indian Olympic...
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  • Education in Ancient India - Handbook of Oriental Studies
    seinem Zweck nach Indien reisen..." 2 CHAPTER ONE of his plans to study the interrelation of the oldest Tamil grammar, Tolkappiyam, and Sanskrit grammar with an aim to establish the date of the Tamil text. The man's advice was to see the bishop of Tinnevelly: "He can remove all your doubts...
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  • Subramainaya Baharathi
    Introduction: Subramaniya Bharathi the Poet of Tamil Nationalism & Indian Freedom "He who writes poetry is not a poet. He whose poetry has become his life, and who has made his life his poetry - it is he who is a poet." - Bharathy Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathi was born on 11 December 1882 in Ettiyapuram...
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  • Village by the Sea
    Non-detailed Badal Surcar : : Tugulaq Evam Indrajit Unit III Prose Detailed Balaram Gupta, ed Links Indian Prose in English (Macmillan) 1-6 Essays. Non-detailed Dr.Sudhar Pandey, Dr.Thridar, B.Gokale. Vidya S.Netrakanti, ed. Rose Petal Selections from Jawaharlal Nehru (OUP) Unit IV Fiction Fiction...
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  • Pioneer in Education - Rabindranath Tagore
    around him was strangely intuitive. From adolescence on he poured forth a-neverfailing stream of artistic creation in poems, dramas, novels and essays; in music, in song, with music and words to match one another, and finally in pictures. In defiance of contemporary custom he used in his writing...
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  • Winds of Change..
    learn to live with. We have been breast-beating over the sorry state of affairs from the times India marched on a Sovereign nation. Why do I start my essay with a negative note of corruption? We need not be resigned to it or remain cynical about the issue. The economy of India was under socialist-inspired...
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  • master of arts
    - 4 4 4 3 1 - 4 3 1 - 4 - - - 4 15 5 0 24 3 Special Author 3 Literature and Gender Introduction to Film Studies 3 New Literatures Contemporary Theories (1960 Onwards) 3Literature and Performing – Fine Arts Life Literature and Thought in...
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  • Cherry-Picking Religion
    Kernfach BA Amerikanistik, Zweitfach BA Regionalstudien Asien/Afrika Matrikelnummer 536049 Abgabedatum: 10.09.2010 1 Content Chapters I. Introduction II. What constitutes a world religion? 1. Theological Concepts Belief, Faith, and Humility Deities, Holy Beings, and Hierarchies 2. Practices and...
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  • The History of Astrology
    The History of Astrology -- Another View by Robert Hand Part I Introduction The material presented here originally was an introduction that I wrote to a volume of Project Hindsight translations called "The Record of the Early Sages in Ancient Greek." It consisted of fragments and quotations that...
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  • Creative Approach to Work with the Cards at School.
    Contents Introduction Chapter 1. Modern educational technology Chapter 2: Mapping the work of school education Chapter 3 Features educational technologies in the geography teacher Chapter 4. Scheme of the lesson "Culture in Europe and Asia," Conclusion.  Bibliography.  Application.  ...
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  • Tagore and India
    flourishing tradition will be impressed by the power of Tagore's presence in Bangladesh and in India. His poetry as well as his novels, short stories, and essays are very widely read, and the songs he composed reverberate around the eastern part of India and throughout In contrast, in the rest of the world...
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  • Hindu Law
    ordinary life. an introduction to traditional hindu law and jurisprudence, this book is structured around key legal concepts such as the sources of law and authority, the laws of persons and things, procedure, punishment and legal practice. it combines investigation of key themes from Sanskrit legal texts...
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  • Englsih
    writers who write in English, who live in England or America and whom one might have met at a party?” I choose this debate as a core theme for this essay and will try to analyze the past and future of Indian Writing in English (IWE) with all its pros and cons. I will not only try to compare the writings...
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  • Henry Louis Vivian Derozio
    mixed Portuguese descent, but he was fired by a patriotic spirit for his native Bengal, and considered himself Indian. In his poem To My Native Land he wrote: “ | My Country! In the days of Glory PastA beauteous halo circled round thy brow And worshiped as deity thou wast, Where is that Glory, where...
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  • Mahabarata Dicussion
    about 350 CE, it came to be a unified, sacred text of 100,000 stanzas written in Sanskrit, distributed throughout India by kings and wealthy patrons, and declaimed from temples. • Even after it became a famous Sanskrit writing it continued to exist in various performance media in many different local...
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  • Time-Table Winter-2012 Theory Examinations First Mbbs Time : 10.00 Am to 12.30 Pm
    (TIME: 10.00 am to 12.30 pm ) Paper Sub. Code I II I II I II -01304A 01304B 01305A 01305B 01306A 01306B 01307 Page 1 of 57 C:\My Documents\MainDB\tt_v9.mdb [C:\My Documents\MainDB\pdf\tt_v9\A01InitialTime-Ta110613172112] P.T.O. Ref. No. MUHS/XP-30/………/2012 CIRCULAR NO. 12/2012 TIME-TABLE...
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  • Essay on Railways
    Introduction Railways are of great use to us. They were introduced into India by the English. Description There is an engine at the head of the train. Behind it there are several carriages. The engine and the carriage together are called a train. The train runs over a pair of steel rails. The rails...
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