• The History of Indian Women
      THE HISTORY OF INDIAN WOMEN: HINDUISM AT CROSSROADS WITH GENDER Introduction: Male Gods and Female Goddesses Much of the meaning of the Rig Veda is imperfectly understood and the meanings of many words have become obsolete for many centuries. However a broad concept of the re...
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  • History of Indian Women
    History of Indian Women In The Past And Today Introduction The status of women in India has been subject to many great changes over the past few millennia. From a largely unknown status in ancient times through the low points of the medieval period, to the promotion of equal rights by many r...
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  • Freedom Fighters
    Rani Lakshmi Bai • Rani Lakshmi Bai was the queen of the princely state of Jhansi. • She was one of the most leading personalities of the first war of India's independence that started in 1857. • She was born to a Maharashtrian family at Kashi in the year 1828. • During...
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  • Tanishq: Positioning to Capture Indian Women’s Heart
    |Tanishq: Positioning to capture Indian Women’s Heart | |A Case Analysis | |Submitted By: Amit Goel | | | |Word Count '' 1724 words...
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  • A History of Submissive Women in Literature
    The feminine gender has long been one that has been repressed throughout history and forced to acclimate itself to a world dominated by men. Although major improvements have been made in the strife for equality, this continues to be a man’s world. In the short stories “The Chrysanthemums” an...
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  • The Freedom Fighters
    Mahatma Gandhi - Mahatma Gandhi was popular in the name of Bapu. He dominated the political scene of India from 1919 to 1948. He aspired for independence completely in a non-violent way. His message of truth and ahimsa had profound influence on humanity. Under his leadership there was a considerable...
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  • History of Indian Business
    History of Tea Tea is nearly 5,000 years old and was discovered, as legend has it, in 2737 B.C. by a Chinese Emperor when some tealeaves accidentally blew into a pot of boiling water. In the 1600s, tea became popular throughout Europe and the American colonies. Since colonial days, tea has played a...
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  • Indian Women
    Liberating the Women of India Flora Annie Steel and Annie Besant were educated Englishwomen who live in India at the turn of the century. Being Englishwomen, they thought themselves superior to Indian women. To them the women of India need to be instructed on the correct way to run their hous...
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  • Effect of Bollywood on the Status of Indian Women
    Rahil Rajesh Gala Media Studies Professor Sylvia Martin 6th April, 2010. Fight for your rights: The effect of Bollywood on the status of Indian women. “However much a mother m...
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  • Changing Role of Women in Indian Politics
    “Women Empowerment” is a government slogan. There is a ministry for Women and Child development. There are laws against female foeticide, domestic violence and sexual harassment in the workplace. Determined women are carving their own niche in every field including those which were entirely male...
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  • Status of Women in Contemporary Indian Society
    “STATUS OF WOMEN IN CONTEMPORARY INDIAN SOCIETY” - KRITIKA RASTOGI STATEMENT OF PURPOSE To critically analyse the role and status of women in the contemporary Indian society and the crimes committe...
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  • Role of Women in Indian Society
    ROLE OF WOMEN: It is true that the worth of a civilization can be measured by the place that it gives to women in the society. It is also true that where women are honored, there gods live. Indian Women in the past enjoyed an exalted position in the society. They  excelled in various spheres of li...
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  • History of Women in the Early Century
    WOMEN'S RIGHTS. Throughout most of history women generally have had fewer legal rights and career opportunities than men. Wifehood and motherhood were regarded as women's most significant professions. In the 20th century, however, women in most nations won the right to vote and increased their educa...
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  • Women in Society Throughout History
    Women in Society throughout History Throughout history, women have been seen in many different lights. From a woman’s perspective she is strong, smart, helpful and equal to men. In the eyes of men, she is seen as the weaker being, the housewife, and the caretaker. By looking at the following pie...
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  • Role of Women in India Freedom
    INTRODUCTION We record our homage and deep admiration for the Womanhood of India who in the hour of peril for the motherland forsook the shelter of their homes and with unfailing courage and endurance stood shoulder to shoulder with their menfolk, in the frontline of India’s national army to sha...
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  • Indian Freedom Struggle
    INDIAN FREEDOM STRUGGLE Arrival of East India Co in India Shift from traders to Lords Revolt of 1857 Transfer of power from EIC to British Rule Rise of Organized Movement Rise of Indian Nationalism Divide and Rule (Partition of Bengal) Formation of Indian National Congress Jallianwala Bau...
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  • Role of Moderates and Extremists in Indian Freedom Struggle
    Part Two: "Moderates" versus "Extremists" in the battle for "Swaraj" and "Swadeshi" Even as loyalist pressures cast a long shadow on political currents that were to influence the Indian elite of the late nineteenth century, rapidly deteriorating economic conditions also led to a heightened degree...
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  • Country Study Comparison Indian vs. Brazilian Women
    In the United States, equality between a husband and a wife continues to progress, globally, especially in third world countries the oppressed position of women in the household continues to be a prevalent problem. In both India and Brazil, women are not equal to their male counter parts within th...
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  • Navaho Indian Tribe History
    Navaho Indian Tribe History Navaho ( pron. Na'-va-ho, from Tewa Navahú, the name referring to a large area of cultivated lands; applied to a former Tewa pueblo, and, by extension, to the Navaho, known to the Spaniards of the 17th century as Apaches de Navajo, who intruded on the Tewa domain or...
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  • History of Women in Sport
    History of women in sport… For most of human history, athletic competition has been regarded as an exclusively masculine affair. In antiquity, athletic competitions were held among warriors to prove their fighting prowess or otherwise demonstrate their virility. The exclusively male origins of co...
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