• social reformers
    also involved in extra-curricular activities such as the dramatics society. By this time, he was fluent in five languages.[9] In 1923, Bhagat Singh won an essay competition set by the Punjab Hindi Sahitya Sammelan. In his essay on Punjab's Language and Script, he quoted Punjabi literature and showed a...
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  • The Allegory of Rajmohan's Wife: National Culture and Colonialism in Asia's First English Novel
    used devises such as allegory and personification extensively to convey his ideas. Sri Aurobindo made such an interpretation in the essays that he wrote as early as 1894, the year of Bankim’s death, in Indu Prakash, arguing that what Bankim was trying to create was nothing short of “a language, a...
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  • Bollywood and Liberalization
    films (Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Bhojpuri, and Malayalam language) and even old films, the term Bollywood has come to represent both an acknowledgment of the debt the directors and technicians of the Hindi film industry owe to Hollywood for their creative ideas as well as a description which...
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  • A Residential School Legacy
    RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL LEGACY 3 A. Robinson & J. Robinson / 2009 (revised March 2010) Sample Essay APA Style WR4.35 languages have become extinct (Norris, 2007, p. 20). Although residential schools were not the sole cause of this loss of language, they played a significant role in the decline...
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  • Hallyu Wave and Otaku Culture in India
    because, simply put, Asians relate to it more. It is kind of a syndrome. Asian people love to enjoy Korean stuff.  --Sung Tae-Ho, Korean Broadcasting System "Even though the languages are different, we share an Eastern mentality. We respect the father and mother and a very hierarchical society and...
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  • Culture of India
    CULTURE OF INDIA The culture of India refers to the religions, beliefs, customs, traditions, languages, ceremonies, arts, values and the way of life in India and its people. India's languages, religions, dance, music, architecture, food, and customs differ from place to place within the country...
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  • National Integration
    should avoid doing an such thing which is a taboo for an other religious communit . There are in India, various linguistic groups speaking different languages, such as Hindi, Urdu, Bangali, Ori a, Assamee, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi and so on. Each linguistic group should respect the language of ever...
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  • Indian Culture
    , some of them not recognized. Some states have more then one official language. Bihar in east India has three languages - Hindi, Urdu and Bengali. But Sikkim, also in east India, has four languages of which only Nepali is recognized by the their government. The government decided that Hindi was to be...
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  • Mr Tushar
    Languages * 325 languages are spoken in India – 1,652 dialects * The official language of the Central Government of Republic of India is Standard Hindi, while English is the secondary official language 16th Slide...
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  • Western Culture
    culture. Western culture is based more on materialistic factors where as our culture has a spiritual base. The culture of India is been disappearing by many ways the youths in India do not respect their elders, the families in India live separate. And thus have lost contacts with their other relatives...
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  • Bank
    Official Language Policy to the Board of Directors Capsule Course Induction courses of the banks Publication of balance sheets by banks bilingually Granting of awards for books and essays originally written in Hindi on financial, banking and economic subjects Participation in meetings of Town...
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  • English
    includes the term compulsory and elective). Note: Those candidates who have passed B.A. (Hons.) in English/Hindi with Hindi/English as subsidiary/ MIL (Modern Indian Language) subject are eligible for the post of Junior Hindi Translators. Candidate must ensure that they have studied English and...
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  • Cultural Differences and Joint Venture
    they must take the same approach as Mcdonalds which is to respect the religion in order to maintain a good relationship with the customers. The official language in India is Hindi and English with 14 other major languages and other minor ones. About 50 per cent of India’s population speak...
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  • Philippine History
    traits and characteristics of the early Filipinos that are still evident in todays contemporary Pinoy ? We, Filipinos are always honest in what we do. We respect elders and take care of our family. Filipinos are nationalistic. We are also known for being kind and hospitable to everyone that we...
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  • Girls
    them continually in real day to day life. This story was first published in 1983 in Hindi in the journal Dharmyug. The present edited version was translated into English by Rama Baru. The story is relevant in the present context of changing gender roles, attitudes and definitions. It reminds us that...
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  • English as a world language and its future in India
    Essay on English as a world language and its future in India Many people think that the teaching of English is playing havoc with our native regional languages. Even the protagonists of Hindi, our national language, are deadly opposed to it. They think that English is a foreign language and an...
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  • Teat
    heavily influenced by foreign culture. For example is the gesture “mano po.” “Mano po” is a gesture done when you put an elders hand on your forehead. In Filipino culture, this shows a sign of respect especially to our elders. Based on what I’ve learned from my Asian American studies class in City College...
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  • Cultural Background
    because of the higher standard of living. The rest of the family was also raised for the majority of their lives in the Philippines. In the Philippines, it is a strict custom to always show respect to your elders, never talk back, and take care of your elders. However, here in the United States...
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  • Social Reformers of India
    , linguist who had excellent command of several languages (Marathi, Hindi, Urdu, English, Sanskrit), and a social reformer. He wrote brief introductions to, and criticisms of, several religious and philosophical works like the Bhagavad Gita,works of Adi Shankaracharya, the Bible and Quran. His...
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  • American-Filipino
    speaking Cebuano and our national language, Tagalog, at home, even when dad complained because he couldn’t understand. Now when I was asked if I were American I would say, “Hindi, ako ay Filipino,” No, I am Filipino. The surprises and smiles on their faces gave me immense satisfaction. Breaking the...
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