• Ruskin Bond’s Biographical Sketch Gulnaz Fatima Aligarh Muslim University, India
    sleepy little towns all over India; to hot sunshine, muddy canals, the pungent smell of marigolds; the hills of home; spicy odours, wet earth after summer rain, neem pods bursting; laughing brown faces; and the intimacy of human contact”. 2 He decided to return to India because he could not...
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  • Autobiography of Ruskin Bond
     Mussoorie, a town in the Himalayan foothills. He wrote Vagrants in the Valley, as a sequel to The Room on the Roof. These two novels were published in one volume by Penguin India in 1993. The following year a collection of his non-fiction writings, The Best of Ruskin Bond was published by Penguin...
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  • The Eyes Have It -- by Ruskin Bond
    growing up in Anglo-India, and The Lamp is Lit, a collection of essays and episodes from his journal. His writing style is distinct in a way that it tries to make reader understand the landscape and ethos through carefully mastered words. His writings have won him both tremendous critical acclaim...
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  • Ruskin Bond
    Introduction A lot has been written about Ruskin Bond, our very own 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...
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  • Writings
    High School. The well-stocked library at the school, as well as his father's own, fed his reading habit, and he started writing as well. After completing high school, Narayan failed the university entrance examination and spent a year at home reading and writing; he subsequently passed the...
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  • Family
    , their geographical characteristics and their people. We travel to learn and experience something that is completely different than home. When a trip is organized to include the comforts of home, it hinders oneself from truly experiencing the place. When my mother traveled in India by herself, she...
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  • Ruskin Bond
    book The Room on the Roof and his yearning to come back to India, particularly to Doon. "It also tells a lot about my parents," said Bond. "The book ends with the publication of my first novel and my decision to make writing my livelihood," Bond said, adding, "basically it describes how I became a...
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  • R K Narayan
    , My Dateless Diary, describing experiences from his 1956 visit to the United States, was published. Also included in this collection was an essay about the writing of The Guide.[42][46] Narayan's next novel, The Man-Eater of Malgudi, was published in 1961. The book was reviewed as having a narrative...
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  • National Service
     ... Write My Essay, Please! ­ Richard Gunderman ­ The Atlantic www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2012/10/write­my­essay.../264036...​ Oct 24, 2012 ­ The student had submitted an essay written by someone else as his own. He had not ... Another customer pledges, "I will use your essay writing service...
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  • Aditya
    stories from the little-known heartland of India. Ruskin Bond's characters-who live for the most part in the country's small towns and villages-are not the sort who make the headlines but are, nonetheless, remarkable for their quiet heroism, their grace under pressure and the manner in which they...
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  • TRADITIONAL VERSUS MODERN IDEOLOGIES IN R.K NARAYAN’S THE WORLD OF NAGARAJ
    fictional town Malgudi which is located in South India was created by the author in order to escape the tyrants of the British colonial rule. As Nilufer Bharucha speaks about it in her essay “Colonial Enclosures and Autonomous Spaces: R.K Narayan’s Malgudi”, “fictional town of Malgudi was a sovereign...
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  • Essay on Srinivas Ramanujam
    “first source” not only pertaining to Ramanujan’s life but also a more profound view of his thoughts, his personality. The letters are my main source for this essay, however I do use a couple of good biographies to enhance the information I got from the letters and to fill in some gaps. And while in...
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  • “a Study of Traditionalism in R. K. Narayana Novels”
    India. And it was in the pages of the same journal that the young Raja Ran first read Gandhi’s autobiography, The Story of My Experiments with truth in serialized form. While Rao’s writing implicitly reflects the influence of Gandhi’s autobiography, several of his contemporaries directly acknowledge...
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  • Position Paper
    Jewish family was a target of racist action after they displayed a lighted menorah during Hanukah. Outraged, members of the community vowed to show their refusal to bow to racism. The next night, almost every home in town had a lighted menorah in the front window.Organize a vigil. Throughout history...
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  • Culture Shock
    26. 2006. http://anthro.palomar.edu/culture/culture_1.htm Bissoondath, Neil. “No Place Like Home.” Strategies for Successful Writing. Ed. James Reinking, Robert von der Osten et al. 4th Canadian ed. Toronto: Pearson Canada, 2010: 363-367. Print. Information Technology Associates. ITA. “India Economy 2011, CIA World Factbook.” 2011. http://www.theodora.com/wfbcurrent/india/india_economy.html...
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  • Gandhi the Journalist
    "competent writers" of all races and nationalities. The early years of Indian Opinion are the subject of a fascinating essay by the Cape Town-based historian Uma Mesthrie. She points out that Gandhi's journal was not in fact the first Indian newspaper in South Africa. That honour goes to the Indian...
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  • Essay Writing Paper
    of India in May 1962. |   Salutation To Teacher For Their Contribution * Home Page» * Social Science» * Philosophy Research Papers Salutation To Teacher For Their Contribution Salutation to teacher for their contribution As we all knows that this day is having its special...
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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...
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  • Rabindra Nath Tagore
    music, both of which he enjoyed. Back in India he continued with his personal education and his creative writing and music. By 1857, four years before Rabindranath was born, British power in India had been consolidated and the general foundation of a colonial system of education had been laid. The...
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  • Grammar
    French literature an a ---- Q7 - My garden's looking lovely now that ...... daffodils are in flower ---- a the Q8 - It's ...... most expensive hotel in town ---- a the Q9 - .......Mount Everest is in the Himalayas a the ---- Q10 - My mother is allergic to ........ cigarette smoke...
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