• Speech
    Marathi Manual Language and Culture 1 Prepared by: Kelsea David Natalie Hardage Crista Lindsey Texas State University class of 2011 Academic Advisor Rahul Charkraborty 2 This manual was prepared to assist speech-language pathologists in their effective treatment of people with speech...
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  • Abhi
    )  Bollywood movies              : Dhrona, O My God, Kissan, Fruit & Nut, Saarthi, Sunona, Aloo Chat, South Indian Movie            : Jaggubhai Serials                                : Showbiz Vikram Bhatt Series Marathi Movie                    : Bokya Satbande Commercial...
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  • Teri Keh Kee Loonga
    Village Name: - Tadwale, Zilla: Phaltan, District: Baramati, State: Maharashtra Native Language: Marathi Village Demographics Sex Ratio: 50-50 Education: * Under 15- 100% * 15-35- 70% * Above 35 – 45% Average Income: INR 10000 /month/household Occupation: * 95% Agriculture...
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  • NATURE & SCOPE OF MARKETING RESEARCH
    completely reversed Financial position improved with in 18 months 4. Case study cont. Hindustan express simultaneously published in English language west -- Bombay, Ahmedabad South -- Madras, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Trivandrum North -- Chandigarh East -- none Have two regional language paper Marathi...
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  • National Integration
    bathing her infant and singing sonorously of a bird which says: I have taken my bath, diving in the Ganga, I have said my prayers, eaten my rice and am ready, while the lazy ones are still asleep . The organisation of the words in the local language is rhythmic and the child is tickled. One remembers...
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  • Ngo Csi Report
    five years * Taught MS office to housewives and children above 3rd standard. * Taken dictations and pronunciation of words, assessment where they are doing wrong and helping their difficulties in English language at alternate weeks. * Tested students of computer classes after completion...
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  • Food Biology
    : Father’s Name: Robert peter dsouza Date of Birth: 15th October 1966 Marital Status: Married Sex: Male Nationality: Indian Languages Known: English, Hindi, Marathi, Konkani, Arabic, Guajarati, Tulu E-Mail Address:wilfred.dsouza007@gmail.com Contact N.: 9920600797 Religion...
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  • Maharashtra
    and traditions, all of which amalgamate together to give a true reflection of Maharashtrian Culture. The Maharashtrians are a vivacious, earthy people for whom life itself is a celebration. The state language is Marathi with languages like Hindi, English and Gujarati having almost equivalent...
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  • Mumbai
    * Languages Known : ENGLISH,HINDI,MARATHI & URDU * STRENGTH : HARD WORKING,FAST LEARNING,AMBITIOUS * HOBBIES : Chatting with Friends,Web Surfing,Reading Newspaper & Magazines. WORK EXPERIENCE : FRESHER (TANZIM.A.SAYED) ...
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  • Indian Culture
    . The country also holds 23 million Christians. Hindi is India’s most spoken language. Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, and Tamil as well as English are all spoken in India. India Culture is very family oriented. Families are very close and act as a small group. It is common for three to four generations...
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  • Appearances Are Deceptive
    state covers an area of 307,731 km2 (118,816 sq mi) or 9.84% of the total geographical area of India. Mumbai, the capital city of the state, is India's largest city and the financial capital of the nation. Nagpur is the second (winter) capital of the state. Marathi is the state's official language...
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  • Bach (Acorus Calamus)
    calamus var. calamus Vernacular Names in Indian languages: Sanskrit: Vacha Assamese: Vach Bengali: Bach Gujarati: Vekhand Hindi: Bach Kannada: Baje, Gida Malayalam: Vayampa Marathi: Vekhand Odia: Bacha Punjabi: Bach Tamil: Vashambu Telugu: Vasa Urdu: Waj Vernacular Names in other languages: Arabic...
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  • My Files
    learn reading and writing with strong support and encouragement from Mahadev Govind Ranade. Starting with the native language Marathi, Ramabai thrived hard to master English and then Bengali with the due course of time. Inspired by her husband, Ramabai started 'Hindu Ladies Social Club' in Mumbai to...
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  • India
         |Mango | |National Sport   |Hockey | |Languages    |Hindi,Bengali,Telugu,Marathi,Tamil,Urdu,Gujarati...
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  • Indian Food and Culture
    breakfast they call I bateta pauva” means the same thing but as the language differs instead of aloo they call bateta means potato and instead of poha, the method of preparation is almost same, but in some regions they add little bit of sugar. In snacks Marathi people eat chakli deep fried crispy...
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  • flax seeds
    dough, buttermilk, upuma (after cooking), casseroles, fruit smoothies, juices or low fat milk or to chutneys. 5. As compared to one tablespoon of walnut oil or canola oil, just one teaspoon of flaxseed oil provides equivalent alpha linolenic acid that is cardioprotective. 6. One to two tablespoon...
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  • Indian Regional Journalism
    1947. Most of the original newspapers disappeared or disintegrated long ago. A daily from 1891, Amrita Bazar Patrika by the beginning of the 20th century was recognised as a pillar of the national movement, the inspiration even for B.G.Tilak and his Marathi language Kesari in Pune. In 1922...
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  • Lokmanya Tilak
    , 'Kesari' and 'Mahratta'. 'Kesari' was Marathi weekly while 'Mahratta' was English weekly. Soon both the newspapers became very popular. In his newspapers, Tilak highlighted the plight of Indians. He gave a vivid picture of the people's sufferings and of actual happenings. Tilak called upon every...
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  • tv commercials
    many creative proposals, but few following the standard of IISCI, and most incompatible the one with the other. IISCI itself has been challenged, and efforts to modify it so as to adapt it to contemporary computing needs and to the languages of the Southern States have not yet borne fruit. CDAC and...
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  • Incredible India
    India based on different language and regional, such as – ▪ Telugu cinema industry ▪ Tamil cinema industry ▪ Kannada cinema industry ▪ Marathi cinema industry ▪ Malayalam cinema industry ▪ Bengali cinema industry ▪ Bhojpuri cinema industry ▪ Gujarati cinema...
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