• impact of western culture on india
    festivals and thus wasting their precious time of life, Thinking to be independent at an early age so I strongly say that accept good from that and try to know our Indian culture more than u definitely change mind.. Thnkyou! ...
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  • Impact of Westernization on India Culture
    influence of drugs and alcohols, least interest in Indian languages like Sanskrit, Hindi, Celebrating mother’s day, father’s day, valentine day, fools day etc rather than celebrating our Indian festivals and thus wasting their precious time of life, Thinking to be independent at an early age in the...
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  • Exploratory Study of Village Chaukhandiya
    villagers will help in analyzing their quality of life, by studying their economic condition. OBJECTIVES The primary purpose of this fieldwork was to acquaint ourselves with the rural life. Our aim was to probe into various aspects of a village life and get into the depth of what was being...
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  • Final Article
    ANTIPOLO PILGRIMAGE Antipolo Pilgrimage is a month-long celebration that brings devotees and pilgrims to venerate the "Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage"which is enshrined in Antipolo Church in Antipolo City. This is annually celebrated every month of May. Features of the Festival It is during...
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  • Media Helping in Nation Building
    , symposia and festivals of films and trade of National and InternationalMass Communication importance in the form of Radio reports and interviews besides, the visits of foreign dignitaries to India and of Indian dignitaries abroad. Special initiatives were taken to give wide publicity...
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  • Dps Broucher
    website: www: dps-gbn.org Gautam Buddh Nagar The Delhi Public School Society: A legacy of trust and excellence The Motto "Service Before Self" The motto of our educational institution is a reminder to everyone that we belong to a cause larger than ourselves. We at DPS, lay the highest...
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  • National Integration
    India and an agent of change in promoting national integration and secularism in our country. 24.1 NATIONAL INTEGRATION 24.1.1 National Integration: Its Meaning and Importance Before we begin a discussion on national integration, it will be better to understand its meaning. This term has two words...
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  • Leadership
    ) India There are many languages that Indian people can speak like Punjabi, Hindi Tamil English. India's most spoken language is Hindi. All Indian can speak Hindi because Hindi is our national language. Tamil, one of India's major classical languages, descends from Proto-Dravidian language which...
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  • India Art and Culture
    . Easter eggs and Easter bunnies are a major attraction during Easter, the festival of rejuvenation of life and living. MUSICAL FESTIVALS Chembai Music Festival : Chembai music festival is held annually in Thiruvananthapuram in September in memory of Chembai Vaidyanath Bhagawather. The highlight...
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  • Diwali
    . According to the Indian culture a wealthy man is considered to be God's beloved child, he is rewarded for the good deeds done in past life. It is also very important festival for business community as it is the end of the financial year. Old accounts are settled, new books are opened. Account books are...
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  • Sassaas
    TUESDAY SATURDAY FOOD ITEMS PULSES ( B) - - - - - (To know about the importance of food items) 4. Plant Vocabulary Use the words in the box to complete the sentences below. seeds life cycle leaves oxygen fruit stem water pollen roots food carbon dioxide flower 1. New plants grow from...
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  • Indian Culture
    runs quickly from the "Cradle of Civilisation"—contrasting the Indus Valley with Egypt and Mesopotamia—on past the Aryans, who were somehow our ancestors— to the poverty stricken, superstitious, polytheistic, caste ridden Hindu way of life. . . and then somehow magically culminates with a eulogy of...
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  • Indian Culture
    —on past the Aryans, who were somehow our ancestors— to the poverty stricken, superstitious, polytheistic, caste ridden Hindu way of life. . . and then somehow magically culminates with a eulogy of Mahatma Gandhi. A typical textbook trope presents the standard Ancient India Meets the Age of...
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  • Indian Film Culture
    . Hindi Cinema's Nehruvian Yatra (Journey) by Darius Cooper 11. The Future of Film Society Movement by Sudhir Nandgaonkar 12. Reviews: Kurmavatara - 71, Byari - 74, The Tree of Life - 76 15 19 22 24 28 31 36 42 47 54 59 68 3 5 Chidananda Dasgupta - A Tribute Editorial Chidanand Dasgupta (1921...
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  • Indian Ciinema
    world.Priya Dutt appreciated Bhupinder Gupta for making a film like UNNS which deals with the sanctity of marriage and said "the importance of a healthy marriage life seems to fade away and it is necessary to come out with message of social importance in the movies." Priya Dutt being a part of...
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  • Chwal
    , they study, they fight, they do everything in that long balcony. You don’t even have to go and knock on your neighbor door. He is there standing in that balcony.   Balcony has a big importance in the life of chawl. It is what a village square was in the old days. This is what the katta is in modern...
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  • Information about states in India
    Government and is one of the Institutes of National Importance. Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya is at Wardha which is famous for Mahatma Gandhi's Sewagram Ashram. This is world's sole Hindi university and is managed directly by Govt. of India. President of India is it's ex-officio...
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  • revisiting the golden era of hindi cinema
    Urdu language as they used it, but it is slowly dying and I feel bad for it.” The legacy of Urdu will continue to add to the allure and nostalgia of old films for generations to come. For the loss of Urdu is more than the mere loss of vocabulary. Without Urdu in Hindi films, we have lost our own...
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  • Role of the Media
    often than not it is the youth that leads a protest against an objectionable act. The importance of media and the youth’s association with it is an integral one. The youngsters make proper use of the media in order to question and condemn corruption, ill doings and malevolence. Newspapers have an...
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  • Ahmedabad Culture
    British rule, now it is in Gujarat state. The city has interesting history. King Karandev – 1, the Solanki Ruler, had waged a war against the Bhil king of Ashapall or Ashaval. After his victory Karandev established the city called "Karnavati". This Hindu kingdom of Karnavati retained its importance...
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