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  • Ruskin Bond’s Biographical Sketch Gulnaz Fatima Aligarh Muslim University, India

    www.reflectionedu.com/barnolipi.php © REFLECTION Mentoring Services 84 Ruskin Bond’s Biographical Sketch Gulnaz Fatima Aligarh Muslim University, India Ruskin Bond is a well known Indian writer in English. He has written more than hundred short-stories, six novels, three collection of verse and over ...

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  • Ruskin Bond

    Indian writer, whose writing s span over 50 years. His versatile, original and elegant style of writing has made him a favourite to readers around the world. Despite Bond's British background, he writes about India as an insider’s perspective. Having lived the majority of his life in India, he knows the country...

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  • Autobiography of Ruskin Bond

    Bishop in Shimla, from where he graduated in 1952 after having been successful in winning several writing competitions in the school like Irwin Divinity Prize, Hailey Literature Prize. Ruskin’s love for books and writing came early to him since his father had surrounded him with books and encouraged him to write...

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  • Writings

    May 2001), shortened from Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami, was an Indian writer, best known for his works set in the fictional South Indian town of Malgudi. He is one of three leading figures of early Indian literature in English (alongsideMulk Raj Anand and Raja Rao), and is credited with bringing...

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  • The Eyes Have It -- by Ruskin Bond

    startled her as she thought her to be alone in the compartment. The girl told him that she was going to Saharanpur where her aunt would come to take her home. She also envied the narrator as the hills of Mussoorie, where he was headed to, presented a lovely sight in October (the present month). After some...

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  • Ruskin Bond

    | | |Kasauli, Solan Himachal Pradesh, India | |Occupation |Writer | |Nationality |India | | | ...

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  • Family

    Essay on Travel and Tourism Published by admin at 9:10 am under Sample Essays Until recently, the gigantic tourism industry has been doing well, very well. In the year 2001, a recorded 688 million people were traveling internationally. As the tourism industry’s popularity grows, the image of travel and...

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  • R K Narayan

    confused with K. R. Narayanan. R. K. Narayan | | Born | Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami 10 October 1906 Madras, British India (now Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) | Died | 13 May 2001 (aged 94) Chennai | Occupation | Writer | Nationality | Indian | Genres | Fiction, mythology and non-fiction...

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  • A Horse and Two Goats: Detailed Summary

    poverty in a remote village in India called Kritam. In his prosperous days, before pestilence took most of his cattle, Muni had 40 sheep and goats. Now, in his old age, Muni has just two goats. His usual daily routine is to take the goats to graze two miles from his home, alongside the highway, at the...

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  • National Service

    Search Images Maps chinese essay national service - Google Search Play YouTube News Gmail Drive Calendar More 1 chinese essay national service Web Images Maps More Search tools Peter Teoh   Share About 2,430,000 results (0.43 seconds)  Informal Letter Essays Benefits Of National Service Programme Free ...

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  • TRADITIONAL VERSUS MODERN IDEOLOGIES IN R.K NARAYAN’S THE WORLD OF NAGARAJ

    imaginary town Magudi and his novels such as Swami and Friends, The Bachelor Arts, The English Teacher, The Financial Expert and The Guide. Narayan is considered to be a leading figure in Indian English literature along with Mulk Raj Anand and Raja Rao. He wrote around the time when India was colonized...

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  • Aditya

    novellas were published in one volume in 1993. His non-fiction writing, Rain in the Mountains was also much acclaimed. Since then he has written several novellas (including Vagrants in the Valley, A Flight of Pigeons and Delhi Is Not Far), essays, poems and children’s books. Books by Ruskin Bond | ...

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  • The Lowest Caste

    Perez 1 Darlene Perez Professor Justin Rogers-Cooper English 101 Essay Two 7 June 2013 The Lowest Caste In Mulk Raj Anand’s novel, Untouchable, he describes a day in the life in colonized India during the 1930’s from the perspective of a young male, Bakha, who is born into the lowest caste. Anand...

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  • “a Study of Traditionalism in R. K. Narayana Novels”

    stringer. However, his first anonymously published piece was a review of Development of Maritime Laws of 17th Century England. The first piece of writing for which he received a handsome payment of ten rupees was his short story, ‘A Night in a Rest House’ published in The Indian Review, August. Next...

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  • Rabindra Nath Tagore

    business interests through the pursuit of commercial and banking activities. They had particularly benefited from the growing power of the British East India Company. Rabindranath’s grandfather, Dwarkanath Tagore, lived lavishly and broke the Hindu religious ban of those times by travelling to Europe, just...

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  • Essay on Srinivas Ramanujam

    for mathematics. As though he could see how everything comes together. He was particularly interested in modular functions and number theory. This essay is divided into two sections. In the first section I will report on Ramanujan’s life. I have decided to take a unique approach, and instead of reporting...

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  • R.K.Narayan and Swami and Friends

    Potter Mania, still I am glued up reading R.K. Narayan’s First Novel “Swami and friends” (which was published in 1935) so enthusiastically Even my parents were not born at that time, but theINNOCENCE that I find in this book makes is itrefreshingly different from what we have nowadays. Yes, as...

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  • Position Paper

    Cottons Model United Nations 2009. India Racism and Xenophobia Moderated Coccus: 1. Reasons to Reduce Racism: * Racism impedes or prevents the recipient of racism from achieving his or her full potential as a human being. * Racism impedes or prevents the recipient of racism from making...

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  • Grammar

    The bus to Dresden leaves at 7.40. The round church in Klingenthal is famous. names of countries in the singular; summits of mountains; continents; towns names of countries in the plural; mountain ranges; regions Germany, France; Mount Whitney, Mount McKinley; Africa, Europe; Cairo, New York the...

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  • Culture Shock

    Daniel Dhanaraj Descriptive Essay Culture Shock: An Integration in a New Country LIBS - 7001 February 21, 2011 The word ‘CULTURE’ has been derived from the Latin word ‘CULTURA’ which means to cultivate, to grow (Harper 2010). Anthropologist Edward B. Taylor, defines culture as “That...

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