Importance Of Malayalam Language Essays and Term Papers

  • English

    LITERARY CLUB The new Choice Based Credit and Semester System (CBCSS) introduced by the University of Kerala gives ample importance to the extra-curricular activities for nurturing the personality of the students. The Literary Club is one of the many clubs initiated by the University as...

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  • Public Facilitiies

    Guidelines/activities for conducting Formative Assessment For Classes – IX and X for Malayalam language. Marks : 20+20=40 For both Terms for both Classes: Activities 1. Class work, Home work, Debates, Recitation, Essay Writing, News Paper reading. 2...

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  • • People of Kerala: an Amazing Race of People, Following a Unique Lifestyle-the Perfect Blend of Traditional, Time-Honored Practices and Progressive, Innovative Trends.

    sandalwood items, woodcraft, handlooms and metal work (especially brass and copper). • Kerala Martial Arts and Sports: Sports and Martial Arts take prime importance in the life of a Malayali. Not only are sport competitions (such as rowing competitions) part of the Festival customs, there is, in Kerala, a tradition...

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  • Malayalam-Instantly

    -1- C ‘MALAYALAM’ THE EASIEST LANGUAGE IN THE WORLD to learn and practise (structurally or grammatically) Inventor/discoverer : Jacob Nettikkatt (Nettikkadan) Learning any language other than the mother tongue and getting communicating ability in it, takes quite some time for anybody. But the...

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  • Kerala-Sustainable Development

    Fishery alone provides 3 per cent of the state’s income. Overall the coastline has become that of great importance. With its scenic beauty and export quality products, Kerala is given a lot of importance not only in India but other countries as well. Almost 4.2 per cent of India’s roads are located in Kerala...

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  • Indian Ciinema

    such. As it is well known India produces a massive number of feature films in many different languages, including several dialects. In 1999, the total number of films produced, in as many as 35 official languages and dialects, was 601 - up to October but one could add about 30 - 40 feature films to this...

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  • Festivals of South

    celebrated with great enthusiasm. The most important event of the day is the recitation of 'Moulood', a short biography of the Prophet written in Arabic language both in poetry and prose. Recently in Kerala, a new practice has been associated with the the Miladi Sherif. During the first twelve days of the...

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  • The Land of Tuluvas

    districts in Karnataka that speak entirely different languages, which makes one wonder how they were classified under the linguistic state of Karnataka. These two regions are Tulu Nadu and Kodagu. Though Kannada is the official language, the spoken languages here differ a great deal from it. When the history...

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  • Decline of Stardom and Emergence of Real Life Characters in Malayalam Cinema

    AND EMERGENCE OF REAL LIFE CHARACTERS IN MALAYALAM CINEMA: A STUDY BASED ON SALT AND PEPPER, TRAFFIC AND ADAMINTE MAKAN ABU INRODUCTION The Malayalam film had a glorious past of 80 years. It...

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  • Kerala from Sangam to Dutch Period

    staple product of kerala.  Others say it is derived from the Tamil word “Charal” meaning Mountain slope.  Arab and Persian writers and early Malayalam and medieval Tamil Literature say that the word kerala means the land of hills and mountains. Traditional sources.  Early history of kerala is...

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  • Organisation Study at Mathrubhumi Printing and Publishing Ltd

    daily newspapers published in over 100 languages. The largest number of newspapers were published in Hindi (20,589) crores followed by English (7,596), Marathi (2,943), Urdu (2,906), Bengali (2,741), Guajarati (2,215), Tamil (2,919), Kannada (1,816) and Malayalam (1289). The Hindi daily press has circulation...

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  • Indian Regional Journalism

    Press The Telegu Press The Urdu Press The turning point Conclusion Introduction It is impossible to ascertain many things about the regional language newspapers in India. For example, is the newspaper Industry young or old? There is no way to say... the history of Indian Newspapers reaches far back...

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  • Ravi Here

    Sun TV Network gradually expanded its operations to 24 hours television channels in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Bengali languages. Sun TV Network offers 20 television channels in four languages, generally targeting south Indian viewers across globe. Tamil Channel Type Notes Sun TV Tamil...

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  • Tourism in Kerala

    0.827 (high) (1st) | Literacy | 94.59[2][3]% | Official languages | Malayalam | Time zone | IST (UTC+5:30) | Area | 38863 km2 (15005 sq mi) | ISO 3166-2 | IN-KL | Portal: Kerala   | Website | kerala.gov.in  | Kerala (Malayalam: കേരളം, pronounced [Kēraḷam]( listen)) is a state in India....

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  • pcra

    about the importance and need of conservation of petroleum products. (A) Essay competition is to be conducted in maximum of 15 languages as given below Sr Language in which essay competitions is to be conducted individually Hindi (North India Language) English (North India Language) Urdu (North...

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  • Cinema of India

    as 1,000 films in various languages of India were produced annually. Expatriates in countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States continued to give rise to international audiences for Indian films of various languages especially Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali and Hindi. In the...

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  • Link Valuable

    Healtl>Ionic and a roo& powder F. Advertisement of Wrist watches (in Grams Swara~. Malayaiam monthiy m June 3950, 11rl Cinema Mazika . Malayalam monthly in Nov. 1963) G H. Styies , f Aaiertisernents of Fllnls In Kerala dur~ng1 950s and 1960s I. Styles ot XdveR~sements of Textiles in Kerala...

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  • Novels

    born. Novels are widely read and become popular very quickly. Q2. How did printing bring changes in the society ? ` Or Discuss the importance of Novels in modern period/new emerging towns ? Ans. Because of being printed, novels were widely read and became popular very quickly. 2....

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  • Kerala - God's Own Country

    Kerala Travel Destinations 1. Backwater 1. Kerala Art and Culture 1. Kerala Festivals 1. Kerala Pilgrimage 1. Language and People 1. Cuisine 1. Ayurveda 1. Conclusion ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I am grateful to my esteemed Principal of V.I.H.T.M...

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  • Indian Literature

    Bibliography Indian literature, writings of the Indian subcontinent, produced there in a variety of languages, including Sanskrit, Prākrit, Pāli, Bengali, Bihārī, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Rajāsthānī, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, and Sindhi. A brief treatment of Indian literature...

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