• Festival and Its Environment Impact
    Festivals of India Indian festivals are both colourful and extremely joyous. People enjoy the festivals with family and friends. The religious significance of the festivals too can hardly be denied. Here are some of the very popular festivals that take place throughout India. There are many festivals...
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    Holi - the festival of colours As the brief spring warms the landscape, northern India cuts loose for a day of hijinx and general hilarity. The festival of Holi is celebrated on the day after the full moon in early March every year. Originally a festival to celebrate good harvests and fertility...
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  • Festivals of India
    India – The Land Of Festivals by Ravi Pipal You must have heard that the only culture known to India is agriculture. Similarly, the cliché – India lives in villages and villages are known for farming i.e. agriculture. There are two main crops in India, Rabi and Kharif, come urbanization with growing...
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  • Festival
    across India. In modern times, festivals are getting commercialized and taking the shape of pomp and show. Different communities set huge gigantic and attractive bright idols in order to compete with other communities. This all leads to major problem of environment pollution. Idols made by non biodegradable...
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  • Tradition Not an Obstacle
    WITH FESTIVALS LIKE DIWALI ,HOLI,RAKSHABANDHAN,NAVRATRI,CHRISTMAS AND LOTS MORE THERE IS A LOT OF POLLUTION CAUSED IN THESE FESTIVALS WHICH WE MIGHT BLAME TRADITION FOR HOWEVER THESE POLLUTION CAUSING FACTORS WERE NOT A PART OF TRADITION INSTEAD WE HAVE MADE THE A PART OF IT FOR EXAMPLE HOLI WAS PLAYED...
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  • Water Cycle
    |SOURCES OF WATER |14 | |9. |WATER POLLUTION |15-19 | |10. |RAINWATER HARVESTING...
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  • Indian Festivals
    Today’s world pollution is a big concern and it poses serious threat to the human health and environment. With unprecedented expansion in population, the pollution in India has sky rocketed. The pollution in India shoots up abruptly due to various factors and the pollution due to festivals is also one...
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  • Research
    Festivals: A Time of Celebration or Impending Environmental Disaster (A Comprehensive Analysis on Degradation of Indian Environment) Sujoy Chatterjee* and Dr. Prashant Mehta** *Student III Semester B.Sc. LL.B. (Hons.), National Law University, Jodhpur (Raj.) ** Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science...
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  • Delhi & Jammu Details
    decoration. The Qal'a-I-Kunha Masjid and the Sher Mandal are two important monuments inside the fort. Events And Festivals Different communities who have settled in New Delhi celebrate their own festivals with great gusto and add color and variety to the cultural fabric of the mega polis. One cannot imagine...
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  • Himachal Pradesh an Overview
    themselves. Music and Dance Music and dance in Himachal Pradesh revolves around religion. Through their dance and music, people entreat gods during festivals and other special occasions. There are also dances that are specific to certain regions and are best performed by the people of that area.  Some...
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  • About Kanpur
    area of around 829square km with a population of approximately 5 million. With this huge population city also has lot of problems with traffic and pollution. Continuous development in the city like over-bridges,sewage lines and roads caused problems to citizens for last 2 to 3 years. The status of the...
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  • Diwali festival
    name: Wang Weiwei (王维维) Group number: 25 Group topic: The Diwali Festival Analysis of Diwali Festival: special significances & negative effects (School of Tourism, Sun Yat-sen University, Wang Weiwei) Abstract: “Diwali”, the festival of lights, illuminates the darkness of the New Year’s moon, and strengthens...
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  • Csr Work by Coca-Cola
    received the certificate of appreciation on behalf of the company from the Cultural Council of the Kaladera community during the celebration of Holi, the festival of colors & joy.

"I’m deeply honored by the recognition of the people of Kaladera" said Sunil Sharma with his face painted in the colors of...
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  • Hinduism
    'Hindu' but many scriptures discuss dharma, which can be rendered as 'code of conduct', 'law', or 'duty' •Hindus celebrate many holy days, but the Festival of Lights, Diwali is the best known. •The 2001 census recorded 559,000 Hindus in Britain, around 1% of the population. Most Hindus believe that...
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  • Environmental Degradation in Mumbai
    prevailing in slums 8 GLOBAL WARMING 10 Global warming in Mumbai. 10 NOISE POLLUTION 11 Sources of noise pollution 11 How to reduce the noise pollution 12 INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION 13 Case study of industrial pollution 14 CONCLUSION 14 INTRODUCTION Mumbai formerly Bombay, is the capital of...
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  • Aradhana
    Pyar, Mubarak Ho Aapko, HOLI ka Tyohar Holi SMS, Length: 155 Characters Rango Mein Ghuli Rango mein ghuli ladki kya laal gulabi hai, Jo dekhta hai kehta hai kya maal gulabi hai, Pichle baras tune jo bhigoya tha holi mein, Ab tak nishani ka woh rumaal gulabi hai Holi SMS, Length: 194 Characters ...
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    Diwali, The Indian Festival Of Different Faiths Diwali is a significant festival in Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism, and an official holiday in India. Adherents of these religions celebrate Diwali as the Festival of Lights. They light diyas' cotton string wicks inserted in small clay pots filled...
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  • Biodiversity
    everyone: • Ecosystem services, such as • Protection of water resources • Soils formation and protection • Nutrient storage and recycling • Pollution breakdown and absorption • Contribution to climate stability • Maintenance of ecosystems • Recovery from unpredictable events Biological resources...
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  • Holi Essay
    Holi is a very popular Hindu spring and Full Moon festival. It is followed by Dhuleti, the festival of colors. It is celebrated on 2 and 3 March, 2007. The two-day Indian festival of Holi is one of the twelve Full Moon festivals of the Indian lunar calendar. Each month begins with the New Moon and is...
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  • Mehfil-E-Dehsat
    Colours, gujiyas and fun...I love Holi so much Holi happens to be my favourite festival. I particularly enjoy the colour part of it. I keep stocks of every colour but red happens to be my favourite. The other ones specially, the purple is one I hate to use on Holi. It never goes and makes one look so...
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