• Handicraft Industry in Nepal
    Term Paper On Handicraft Industry in Nepal Industrial Social Work Submitted by: Submitted to: Bikina Chhetri...
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  • English Sreies 10
    women; there is always happiness and prosperity. Practice Questions: 1. Write an essay on; "Unemployment in Nepal" in about 150 words: Meaning of unemployment - causes of unemployment - its consequence - solution. 2. Write an essay on 'Forests of Nepal' in about 200 words. You can take...
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  • Hertskovits
    person and thus divorce is not an easy process. Cultural relativism1 is defined as the view that all beliefs, customs, and ethics are relative to an individual within his own social context. In my opinion this means that one’s subjective views are relative to his culture and the way he has been...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Nepal
    Essay on Corporate Social Responsibility in Context of Nepal Corporate Social Responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local...
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  • Essay,
    Ms. Swarnima KC Institute of Forestry (IOF), Pokhara Abstract Water, a basis of survival of all living organisms is also considered as the basic pre-requisite of development. Being second richest country in water resources, Nepal is gifted by Himalayan ranges in the north with ever flowing snow...
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  • Culture
    the society that surrounds it. This is scarcely in harmony with the officially adopted slogan: ‘Nepal, a land with living cultural heritage’. It is a tragic irony that this should be happening just€ as many ‘genuine’ examples of remaining architectural heritage are collapsing into rubble. Among...
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  • Poverty Alleviation
    ; • Fragmentation of the society and polarization into rich and poor. So, there will be a problem and conflict, which destroys social harmony and development. • Migration from rural to urban areas which in turn creates other several problems in national economy. • Human trafficking or prostitution is a...
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  • Cultural Tourism
    Cultural tourism is referred to the kind of tourism, which is concerned with the culture of a specific region or country, particularly in the arts. It basically focuses on the traditional communities that have diverse customs as well as the forms of art and the distinct social practices that...
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  • Cultural View on Health
    backfire on them because there are some illnesses that really do not have any symptoms and by the time they do realize or find out from a provider it is usually too late. Health as Harmony Harmony is a state of complete social, physical, and mental well being, not just disease free. Mexican...
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  • E-Commerce Study in Nepal
    well written essay! Considerable exploration of the situation in Nepal in comparison with the UK. Good use of statistics too. Payment system issues are highlighted with a good set of recommendations. CSFs seem valid although might have expected to see a few more (see comments). A sensible strategy is...
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  • Ayurveda and Yoga
    ” means “knowledge”, therefore Ayurveda is the “knowledge of living” (altMD – What is Ayurveda 2014). It has a strong connection with the beginning of Hinduism in India. Ayurveda focuses on achieving the harmony of health in all practices of everyday life (Misani 2007). In comparison, Yoga is a...
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  • The Rights of Minority People in Asian Countries
    Human Rights norms. Notwithstanding, the lack of establishment of regional mechanism has gross affected the mass population for protection and promotion of their human rights in this region. Some of the Asian States highlighted the economic growth and Social harmony then advocating the Civil liberties...
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  • Nepal
    allocated for development of the interiors barely reached the villages,” Whose War? Edited by and Arjun Karki and Binod Bhattrai. “How do you expect social peace and harmony to prevail in a system which increasingly generated poverty, unemployment, illiteracy and all round underemployment,” –Dr Babu Ram...
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  • Linguistics
    Writing and presenting linguistics 29 Essay writing 30 Glosses 31 Use versus mention 32 Reification 33 Spelling Part V Bibliographies 34 Citation etiquette 35 Reference lists Part VI Language file Language file Index 127 131 137 139 142 147 150 162 171 177 185 190 192 195 199 208 221 382...
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  • Hinduism Paper
    merchants), and lastly the shudra (laborers). Modern example of the caste system is the Swadhyaya Movement, which occurred in the 1950's. The caste system teaches realization of the divine within oneself also leads to realization in others, which is the beginning of social harmony and cooperation...
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  • Personal Statement
    Statement of Purpose for Business Program I am writing this essay on behalf of my application to study in the Business Program after completion of Language program at xxx. I am a very dedicated and hard working man from Nepal. I grew up in a loving and supportive family and have always kept...
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  • Azad's Writting
    machine. Reforms from above cannot bring any qualitative change in the exploitative social system, however democratic the new constitution might seem to be, and even if the Maoists become an important component of the government. It is sheer illusion to think that a new Nepal can be built without...
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  • Role and Status of Women in Nepalese Society
    countries women have few rights and are early given away in marriage with hardly a voice in the matter. Nepal is an only Hindu nation in the world, where we can find unique tradition of tolerance and harmony among the followers of different religion. But Nepal is also among the developing countries...
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  • Csr Project
    fruit bearing trees, with animals, birds and humans living in good health and complete harmony. 40 | DABUR INDIA LIMITED Energy Conservation Being a global healthcare leader, Dabur is committed to working for social progress, economic development and respect for the environment. We have...
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  • malls
    was not in favour of Nepal and had very unfavourable effects both on industries and on flourishing trade of the country. In Nepal, the production of handicraft is an age-old practise. Novel handicraft is also developed in harmony with changing market taste. For the last 25–30 years, export of...
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