• Proud of My Clothing, Languages and Festival
    Has anyone ever been to India? As everybody knows, I am from Indian. I came here when I was 18 years. I saw many differences between America and Indian. There are so different reasons which make me unique in this country. I am a person who is proud of my clothing, languages and festivals...
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  • Indian tradition and culture
    olden name in Hindi, ‘Bharat’. The current homeland of India is smaller than the Indian country ruled by British Empire. India’s national language is Hindi. There are 28 states in India and each state has their own language, culture and festival. Hindu Tradition: Most of Hindus religious life is...
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  • Research on Kannathil Muthamittal
    Festival of Los Angeles (2003). Ratnam's Roja, Bombay and Dil Se (Hindi, 2000), three films dealing with terrorism and communal violence in India, won him a high national profile, allowing him to attract Hindi cinema's leading stars and find commercial distribution beyond the south Indian market. (2...
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  • impact of western culture on india
    culture of India… the lack of morals, the lacking faith in God, having late night parties, the influence of drugs and alcohols, least interest in Indian languages like Sanskrit, Hindi, Celebrating mothers day, fathers day, valentine day, fools day etc rather than celebrating our Indian...
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  • The Indian Culture- Informative Speech
    . A) First, there are languages considered as majors such as : 1. Hindi which is a main language spoken by almost 40% of the Indian population. The word I started my speech with is Hindi. 2. The main language used in trade is English .It is spoken by 2% of...
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  • “The Indo-Trinidadian family retains much of their cultural heritage. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?”
    European government deliberately kept the Indians out of the education main stream system unless they wanted to learn to speak English as Hindi was regarded as a backward language. This thus encouraged the Indo-Trinidadians to break away from their native language and learn English in order to obtain...
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  • National Integration
    other linguistic group. Ever Indian student should be given full facilit to learn through his own language wherever he is in India. www.publishyourarticles.org/knowledge-hub/essay/essay-on-national-integration-in-india.html 2/4 12/3/11 Essay on National Integration in India. Essay Knowledge...
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  • Media Helping in Nation Building
    -continent. The services in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Gujarati are directed to Indians overseas, while those in Urdu, Bengali, Punjabi and Sindhi are meant for the listeners in the sub-continent and the bordering countries. During the year, due coverage was given to all conferences, seminars...
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  • Essay
    activities and sports events. ➢ Secured 1st position in essay competition at school | Extra Curricular Activities | ➢ Actively Participated in Various Events in our...
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  • Bollywood
    cinema is not only constrained to its own country but also has a global appeal Kasbekr (1996:366) Kabir (2001). What is Bollywood? Bollywood the biggest film industry in India. Always misinterpreted as Indian film industry though it is a part of it, a major part that produces Hindi films and most...
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  • Dowry System
    students and politics Essay on my village The Role of Non-Aligned Movement in World Affairs – Essay Essay on Diwali - The Festival of lights Essay on Liberalization and its impact in India Are Borrowing or Lending, Both Unwise? – Essay Essay on changes in Indian communication...
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  • POST COLONIALISM
    were the winners of the most prestigious awards. As Makarand paranjape said in his essay ‘post independence Indian English literature towards a new literary history’ – that “Midnight’s children renewed the dying market for Indian English fiction in Britain and America. After the stupendous commercial...
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  • Biography of Dr. Bhupen Hazarika
    Indian Music Director for best music Internationally for the film "Rudaali" at the Asia Pacific International Film Festival at Japan. In 1999, he has been appointed by the Honourable President of India as the Chairman of Sangeet Natak Akademi for a period of five years. In 2000, he has been...
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  • Case Study
    even greater than carbonated drinks. Promotional activities: In term of promotion activities both companies actively promoted their products. Both companies took the advantages of the Navratri festival, where huge numbers of Indians gather to celebrate the festival; both companies performed...
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  • Indian Film Culture
    magazine for members of the Federation. As its contents will show, it aims being a journal of Film appreciation, written from the Indian point of view. Chiduda took enormous interest in editing this magazine and his coverage of Foreign Film festivals under the caption Diary of a film critic became a...
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  • Hindi Dalit Literature
    , such as Hans and Katha Desh, with their poetry, prose and political perspectives. And in January, for the first time, a Dalit writer working in Hindi, the Delhi-based author Ajay Navaria, will participate in the international Jaipur Literature Festival. With the growing shift of Hindi Dalit...
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  • Shawariya World
    executed in watercolours on paper and on mica. Favourite subjects were scenes of Indian daily life, local rulers, and sets of festivals and ceremonies. Most successful were the studies of natural life, but the style was generally of a hybrid and undistinguished quality. It is this school of painting...
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  • Essay
     56) Varanasi, United Provinces, British India | Pen name | Nawab Rai | Occupation | Writer, Novelist | Language | Hindustani (Hindi-Urdu) | Nationality | British Indian | Notable work(s) | Godaan, Bazaar-e-Husn, Karmabhoomi, Shatranj ke khiladi | Spouse(s) | Shivarani Devi | Children...
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  • The Decolonisation of English - Lt. E. Justin Ruben
    of the African tribes, the name of their festivals and the war chants in their text. Although Indian English writers like Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao, Khushwant Singh and G.V. Desani are forerunners in this aspect, Rushdie stands out among the lot with his cunning and startling use of translated...
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  • The Boss
    Marketing, Authorized by IAMAI (Cont). ACADEMIC & INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS | * Top 5 in Asia's Largest Techno-Management Festival IIT Kharagpur-VGSOM Kshitij 2007 Business Strategy Competition and was the youngest ever finalist. * Asia Finalist for the prestigious Hult Global Case...
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