• Festivals of India
    . This is an comprehensive free sample essay for Kids, School Students, College Students as well as for those who are preparing for essay competition. It must be noted down that this essay can be translated to other languages such as Hindi, Urdu and etc by using the Google Language translation...
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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
    festivals of India, many other festivals are celebrated. Kumbha Mela is held in Ujjain. Diwali in this state is held for five days. Chaitra fair is held in Malwa. 9. Bihar Bihari people speak Hindi, Maithili  Bhojpuri and Magadhi. The main food is bhat (boiled rice), dal, roti, tarkari, Khichdi...
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  • Guide
    one of the earliest language of the Indo-European language family, which includes English and most European languages. However, when it comes to spoken language, Hindi, always deserves a special attention. It is the “Sanskritized register” of the Khariboli dialect. In addition to all modern Indo...
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  • Sound Pollution
    count up to seven hundred fifty from all over the nation, use loudspeakers that cross the maximum noise limit approved by the Supreme Court of India. The maximum decibel limit ranges between 125 and 145 db (db- Decibel; unit to measure the noise level) Especially during Diwali- a famous festival of...
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  • india
    Our Languages Language is an important means of communicating our ideas to others. India is a big country and the people speak many languages. We have eighteen major languages in our country. They are: 1. Assamese 2. Bengali 3. Gujarati 4. Hindi 5. Kannada 6. Kashmiri 7. Konkani 8...
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  • Religious Background of India
    crops to seeing the full moon. Even the birthdays of divine leaders are celebrated by connecting them with particular festival. As it is a multi-religious nation, every religion has its own set of festivals. Every festival has its own style of celebration and also a history behind it. Diwali is one of...
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  • India Natural Reserves
    large communities of Muslims (6.3%), Sikhs (2.4%), Jains (1.1%) and Christians (0.9%) in Delhi.[56] Other minorities include Parsis, Buddhists and Jews. Hindi and Punjabi are the main spoken languages in New Delhi. Culture New Delhi is a cosmopolitan city due to the multi-ethnic and multi...
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  • Culture of India
    cultures. Language, religion, food and the arts are just some of the various aspects of Indian culture. Here is a brief overview of the culture of India. Language India has 28 states and seven territories, and each has at least one official language. While the national languages are Hindi and...
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  • Identity Paper
    as the condition of Muslims, my brothers and sisters is improving. The major sources of my identity are my nationality, religion, language and my place of birth. These factors help me understand myself better. I celebrate Indian festivals like Diwali, Holi and the Muslim or Arab festivals like...
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  • Andaman and Nicobar Island
    marine life. Topographically the islands are hilly in places fringed with coconut palm, covered with tropical jungle and interspersed with flat stretches of crescent shaped beaches. In these islands people of all faiths - Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs etc., and of all languages like Hindi...
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  • Sikkim
    . The Nepalese majority of Sikkim celebrate all major Hindu festivals, including Diwali and Dussera. Traditional local festivals, such as Maghe Sankranti and Bhimsen Puja, are also popular.[84]Losar, Loosong, Saga Dawa, Lhabab Duechen, Drupka Teshi and Bhumchu are among the Buddhist festivals...
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    name: dipawali. Over time, this word transformed into Deepavali in Hindi and Dipawali in Nepali, but still retained its original form in South and East Indian Languages. In Dravidian languages it is called as Deepavali and the same is used in Malaysia and Singapore. South Indians never say Diwali as it...
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  • Barista vs Ccd
    . People prefer tea over coffee. Their diet mostly consists of wheat.(eg. Parathas) , festival they celebrate are holi,diwali, raksha bandhan and dashera. * In east, the diet mostly consists of rice and fish. They prefer more sweets. They are more into politics. Football is preferred more over cricket...
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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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  • 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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  • Incredible India
    to a family or a home. The whole community or neighbourhood is involved in bringing liveliness to an occasion. A lot of festivals like Diwali, Holi, Id, Christmas and Mahaveer Jayanthi are all celebrated by sharing sweets and pleasantries with family, neighbours and friends. An Indian wedding is an...
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  • How Has West Influenced the Indian Culture?
     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, and Durga puja, Holi, Rakshabandhan and Dussehra. Several harvest festivals, such as Sankranthi, Pongal...
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  • Information about states in India
    devotees fast on the entire day until midnight. The Dahi-Handi is also observed on this day at many places.[58] Lord Krishna's devotion are also celebrated at Kaartik Aamawasya (or Diwali) and at Narak Chaturdashi as the killing of the demon Narakasura. The other festivals celebrated on a large...
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  • Global Awareness
    whose national language is Hindi. All of my immediate relatives lived overseas - Singapore (where my mother grew up) and USA, and both countries I have visited growing up. While I would be celebrating the Indian festival Diwali in India, my cousin would be preparing for Thanksgiving and Christmas...
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