• Festivals in India
    various holidays and festivals. There are three national holidays in India: Independence Day, Republic Day and Gandhi Jayanti. States and regions have local festivals depending on prevalent religious and linguistic demographics. Popular religious festivals include the Hindu festivals of Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi...
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  • Text Analysis
    bhandari Teacher –Ashleigh Petts English 101-composition and rhetoric September 15th, 2012. Festival of colors (Photo by- Vaisnava Community Aggregate Reader publication) (Participants...
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  • Cultural Diversity in India
    Maharashtra. Festival Celebrations: People such as Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs, Christians, Jains, and Parsis etc belonging to different live in India. Different festivals are celebrated in India with lots of joys & happiness. Agriculture is the main occupation in our country . Many of our festivals are...
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  • Festivals of India
    A festival is a celebration of life. Festivals bring peace and joy to the masses. They break the monotony of life. Indian festivals are numerous.A festival   is a celebration, entertainment or series of performances of a certain kind, often held periodically. Festivals break the monotony of life....
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  • Environmental Pollution
    Environmental Pollution         Air pollution - Courtesy Nasa    The environmental pollution affect the health of more than 100 million people worldwide. Pollution is the contaminant into a natural environment, usually by humans. The specific types of pollution are Land pollution, Air Pollution, Water pollution...
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  • Unusual Festivals
    My lecture is about unusual festivals. Could you give me some examples for unusual festival? -Yes that’s true -Don’t you have any idea? I'm sure you have seen some unusual festivals on TV but now you might forgot them. Forexample you imagin a lot of people gathering in a city throwing tomatos...
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  • Pawan
    Festivals of India 1. National Festivals: - Republic.Day (26th JAN.), Independence. Day (15th AUG.), Gandhi Jayanti. (2nd OCT.) 2. Religious Festivals: - Holi...
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  • Festival
    Festivals are part of one’s custom, culture and tradition. They are there for us to celebrate. It helps us forget our routine. It gives us some momentary, mental and physical relaxation and thus frees us from die shackles of monotonous work. In India alone there are over 100 festivals celebrated throughout...
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  • Religious Festival
    Diwali, a religious hindu festival Diwali as millions of people in India know it; is one of the main religious festival’s that take’s place in the Hindu calendar in India. It marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year and is celebrated with great enthusiasm for over a period of 5 days(In some places...
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  • Manda
    called pichkaris gained acceptance and popularity. So much so that it evolved as a tradition and later, a full-fledged festival. Till date, use of colours and pichkaris is rampant in Holi. Lovers long to apply colour on their beloveds face and express their affection for each other. This legend is wonderfully...
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  • Hinduism
    avatars * 5.3 Karma and samsara * 5.4 Objectives of human life * 5.5 Yoga * 6 Practices * 6.1 Rituals * 6.2 Pilgrimage and festivals * 7 Scriptures * 7.1 Shruti * 7.2 Smritis * 8 Society * 8.1 Denominations * 8.2 Ashramas * 8.3 Monasticism * 8.4 Varnas...
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  • Diwali Greetings
    FESTIVAL GREETINGS - HOLI / DIWALI. 05/11/2010F. 1.MAY MILLIONS OF LAMPS GLOW LIFE WITH ENDLESS JO,LOVE, PROSPERITY, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. WISH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A VERY HAPPY DIWALI. 2.HI MAY MILLIONS OF LAMP ILLUMINATE YOUR LIFE...
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  • Festivals in India
    Festivals in India are characterized by color, gaiety, enthusiasm, prayers and rituals. Foreign travelers are struck by the scale and multiplicity of Indian festivals that have evolved in the society. Festivals in India : The word festival means feast day, festive celebration. As kids, when there...
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  • Maharashtra
    huge quilt. Its been reflected through its, forts, caves, palaces known for its rich history, its Saints, philosophers, music, handicrafts and its festivals with all their colourful rituals and traditions, all of which amalgamate together to give a true reflection of Maharashtrian Culture. The Maharashtrians...
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  • Childhood
    competitions in the streams. The most fun was to roll the bicycle rims. I enjoyed rolling them and the rolling competitions. The best festival was GANESH chaturthi. The festival goes on for 10 days and filled with fun and frolic. I still remember one of the occasion. We were living in society. I with my...
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  • Integrated Term Project
    best wishes. Thanking You, Minakshi Manjari FC-VII Topic: BEHIND THE SCENES Objectives: • To study the significance of festivals in India. • To study and collect data regarding the three different mediums -VM, Advertising (Electronic media) and Graphic design (print media)...
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  • Hinduism
    the family deities. Naimittika Naimittika rituals are important but only occur at certain times during the year, such as celebrations of the festivals, thanksgiving and so on. Kamya Kamya are rituals which are "optional" but highly desirable. Pilgrimage is one such. Pilgrimage Pilgrimage...
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  • Hinduism
    special festivals. Festival time is a meeting time for the entire community, usually in their best attire and fanfare. The most famous rituals worth visiting are the Elephant festival in Kerala, the Teej, Dushera (Kota) and Gangaur in Rajasthan, Phool waloon ke sair in Delhi.The major Festivals of the...
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  • Outsourced
    the Indian culture of ‘Attithi deva bhava.’ It is the festival of Holi that actually opens him up to the new culture. At first he was trying to avoid playing Holi but later he is shown having fun like any other Indian does during this Festival Of Colours. Asha also teaches him about the Indian Gods...
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  • Constitutional Law - I
    SHYAMSUNDAR In this case, the slaughter of animals in the municipal slaughter houses in Ahmedabad was banned for the period of the Paryushan festival (usually nine days), to respect the sentiments of the Jain community in Ahmedabad. Hinsa Virodhak Sangh and several other groups of the Jain community...
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