• 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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  • Speech
    , blogs, audio clips http://www.austinmarathimandal.org/php/usefullinks.php Marathi Language http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marathi_language Cuisine http://www.maharashtraweb.com/lifeleis/MahCuisine.asp More about Marathi: culture, language, geography, religion, festivals http://www.maharashtraweb.com...
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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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  • The Factors That Play Into Making My Future
    basically the language taught to him/her by their mother. My mother is Marathi originating from the state of Maharashtra, India. I sometimes thank that my brain processes in Marathi before giving an output in English. Marathi is a language that I speak fluently but also at times struggle to...
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  • Chwal
    and worshipping where people of different religion come together. This festival is not only celebrated in the maharashtrian homes but by people of every religion with the same intensity and Faith in Lord Ganesha. These Chawls have Sarvajanik Ganesh Utsav Festival and most Marathi homes have Ganpati...
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  • india
    . Malayalam 9. Manipuri 10. Marathi 11. Nepali 12. Oriya 13. Punjabi 14. Sanskrit 15. Sindhi 16. Tamil 17. Telugu 18. Urdu All the languages have their own scripts, most of which are written from left to right. Kashmiri, Sindhi and Urdu use the Arabic script and are written from right to left...
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  • Information about states in India
    deity amongst Marathi Hindus, followed by Krishna in the form of Vithal. They also worship the Shiva Family deities such as Shankar and Parvati. The Warkari tradition holds a strong grip on the local Hindus of Maharashtra. The public Ganesh festival started by Lokmanya Tilak in the late 19th century...
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  • Indian Culture
    differnt culture working hand in hand towards a better India.We have a plethora of differnt language,religion,dance, music,architecture,food,customs,clothing etc. The most spoken language is standard Hindi followed by Bengali,Telgu,Marathi and Tamil.Sanskrit has had a profound...
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  • Lifestyles of Indian States
    popular. The religious festivals include: Deepawali, Holi, Gangaur, Teej, Gogaji, MakarSankranti and Janmashtami. 4. Himachal The native languages of Himachal are Pahari, Dogri, and Kangri.   The food of Himachalis is very similar to the rest of the north India but non-vegetarian food is...
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  • Tilak
    . ------------------------------------------------- Legacy [edit] * The Kesari is still published as a daily newspaper in Marathi. * The Deccan Education Society that Tilak founded with others in the 1880s still runs much respected Institutions in Pune like the Fergusson College. * The Public Ganesh festival...
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  • Indian Literature
    the Bhagavad Gita) and Namdev. They were followed by the Warkari saint-poet Eknath (1528–1599). Mukteswar translated the great epic Mahabharata into Marathi. Social reformers like saint-poet Tukaram transformed Marathi into an enriched literary language. Ramdas's (1608–1681) Dasbodh and Manache...
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  • Iamproud to Be an Indian
    | | |[pic] | [pic][pic][pic] | | | | [pic] Bottom of Form [pic]India - Festivals - Ganesh Chaturthi Festival...
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  • Culture of India
    depending on prevalent religious and linguistic demographics. Popular religious festivals include the Hindu festivals of Navratri, Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Durga puja, Holi, Rakshabandhan, and Dussehra. Several harvest festivals such as Sankranthi, Pongal, Raja sankaranti swinging festival, and Onam...
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  • Hindi Dalit Literature
    Hindi Dalit literature’s moment has arrived. After years of obscurity and unflattering comparisons to the maturity and expressiveness of Dalit literature in languages such as Marathi and Tamil, creative Dalit writing in Hindi is finally reaching a more visible level of popular recognition. Hindi...
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  • India Culture
    , all over India will be held at the Ganesh festival, one of the most popular is the western part of India in Mumbai. In order to greet the arrival of this festival, each Hindu family will begin to prepare flowers, oil lamps, sweets and other offerings. During the celebrations must worship at the...
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  • Ethical Issues in Bhopal Gas Tregedy
    festivals of India include Diwali, Dussehra or Daserra, Holi, Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Mahashivratri, Ugadi, Navratri, Ramanavami, Baisakhi, Onam, Rathayatra, Ganesh Chaturthi, and Krishna Janmastami. Islamic festivals such as Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha, Sikh festivals such as Vaisakhi, and...
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  • Andhra pradesh
    , Rajahmundry, Warangaland Nellore (2011 census). The primary official language of Andhra Pradesh is Telugu[8] and the co-official language is Urdu. Other languages often spoken in the state include Hindi, Marathi,Tamil, Kannada and Oriya.[9] Modern history[edit] Inspired by their success, the Vijayanagara...
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  • Mumbai
    Parsis in Mumbai.[238] Residents of Mumbai call themselves Mumbaikar, Mumbaite or Bombayite. Mumbai has a large polyglot population like any other metropolitan city of India. Sixteen major languages of India are spoken in Mumbai, the most common being Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati and English.[239...
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  • Life Without Mathematics
    Jayanti,and 1st may are celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm across India. In addition, many states and regions have local festivals depending on prevalent religious and linguistic demographics. Popular religious festivals include the Hindu festivals of Navratri, Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Durga puja, Holi...
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  • History
    is touted to be an effective demonstration of festival procession. Gopal Ganesh Agarkar was the first editor of Kesari, a prominent Marathi weekly in his days which was started by Lokmanya Tilak in 1880-81. Gopal Ganesh Agarkar subsequently left Kesari out of ideological differences with Bal...
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