"Indian Writer English Rajaram Mohan Roy" Essays and Research Papers

  • Indian Writer English Rajaram Mohan Roy

    Ram Mohan Roy, Indian Social Reformer Ram Mohan Roy was born in an rich family in the 1774. He is also known as 'The Father of the Bengal Renaissance'. As a student he studied Persian, Arabic and Sanskrit languages. In his youth he had differences with his father about his religious views. He eventually came to Varanashi and expectedly studied the English language. His father died in 1803 and the same year he published his first book `Tohfat-ul-Mohiddin` in which he criticized idol worship and declared...

    Bengal Renaissance, Brahmo Samaj, Hinduism 897  Words | 3  Pages

  • raja ram mohan roy biography

     Ram Mohan Roy, Ram Mohan also spelled Rammohun or Rammohan (22 may 1772-27 September 1833) was an Indian religious, social and educational reformer who challenged traditional Hindu Culture and indicated the lines of progrees for Indian Society under British rule. He is sometimes called the maker of modern India. He along with Dwarkanath Tagor and other Bengalis founded the Brahmo Sabha in 1828 which engendered the Brahmo Samaj an influential Indian Social-religious Contents 1 Biography...

    Adi Dharm, Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bengal Renaissance 2140  Words | 7  Pages

  • Development of the Indian English Novel

    By Indian English Writing, we mean that body of literature which is written by Indians in English. It could be in the form of poetry, prose, fiction or drama. English is not our mother tongue and we are not native speakers of English, yet when in the early decades of the nineteenth century, English was introduced as the medium of instruction in our educational system, Indians were able to read Western literature that was available in English. They found the...

    Daniel Defoe, Fiction, First novel in English 1495  Words | 5  Pages

  • Indian English Literarture

    Indian English Literature * Top English Writer & Their Famous Creations * R.K. Narayan: R K Narayan is one of the best known Indian authors of all time. An Indian author of very high repute, he is best known for his works of fiction. The setting for most of R K Narayan works is the fictional town of Malgudi, first introduced in his semi autobiographical book 'Swami and Friends'. Creations: The Dark Room, Malgudi Days, Talkative Man, The English Teacher. * Kiran Desai: Kiran...

    Arundhati Roy, British Raj, India 2264  Words | 7  Pages

  • Indian Writing in English

    Indian writing in English Raja Rammohan Ray was the first Indian to effectively express himself in black and white through English though he was initiated to the language when he was in his teens. Thereafter Vivekananda showed his perfect masterly over the language through his evocative prose, which made the west sit up and take notice of the greatness of Hinduism. Tagore also had written some poems in English. However, there is no denying the fact that Indian writings in English were extremely...

    English language, India, Jawaharlal Nehru 1399  Words | 5  Pages

  • D. C. Chambial’s Review of Critical Studies on Contemporary Indian English Women Writers

    D. C. Chambial’s Review of Critical Studies on Contemporary Indian English Women Writers Dominic, K. V., ed. Critical Studies on Contemporary Indian English Women Writers. New Delhi: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Pp. 336 + xx. Rs. 1100/- Hardbound. ISBN-978-81-7625-631-5. DC Chambial The book under review by Dr. K. V. Dominic has 27 essays by 24 eminent critics of Indian English literature on about 12 Indian English writers: novelists, and poets. There are four essays on Anita Desai,...

    Anita Desai, Arundhati Roy, Bharati Mukherjee 2590  Words | 7  Pages

  • Indian English

    Features of Indian English Indian English refers to dialects or varieties of English spoken primarily in India and also by Indian Diaspora elsewhere In the world. Due to British colonialism for over two hundred years’ as were used more to British English than to American, Australian or Canadian English. And due to the presence of vernacular languages in our country, English was chosen to be the co-official language of the union of India. Our obvious choice is one of the varieties of British English; which...

    Consonant, Dialect, English language 1904  Words | 5  Pages

  • History of Indian English Novel

    History of Indian Novels History of novels was endowed with the rare impetus of Indian Freedom Movement, flourishing under its colossal umbrella. It would perhaps be just not a mere overstatement if stated that - literature and history are very much intimately linked. Literature is known to represent history without any exaggeration or a biasness of the mind set-up. And history is no better portrayed in Indian literature than the novels that have been rendered life with much pain, love...

    Bengal, British Empire, British Raj 1202  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Very Indian Poem in English

    A VERY INDIAN POEM IN INDIAN ENGLISH - Critical Summary Introduction: Nissim Ezekiel is one of those Indian poets writing in English who creates an authentic flavor of India, by his use of Indian English - Pidgin English on Bazar English, as it is often called. In this poem, the Indian flavor has been created by stressing the various mistakes which Indians commit in their use of English, by bringing in the hopes and aspirations of free India, and also the attitudes of her two hostile neighbors...

    English language, Germanic languages, India 949  Words | 3  Pages

  • English and Indian Literature

    The language of his conceptualization was foreign. Thought, in him, took the visible form of a foreign language.’ In Kenya, Ngugi himself studied every subject in English at school but spoke Gikuyu at home—a language spoken by more people than speakers of Danish or Croatian. ‘There was often not the slightest relationship between [English], and the world of his immediate environment in the family and the community.’ Indeed, it was even worse: One of the most humiliating experiences was to be caught...

    Dialect, English language, Greek language 1583  Words | 4  Pages

  • indian authors

    R.K. NARAYAN R. K. Narayan (10 October 1906 – 13 May 2001), full name Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami, was an Indian writer, best known for his works set in the fictional South Indian town of Malgudi. Narayan has been nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature multiple times but has not yet won the honour. His popular works include The English Teacher, The Financial Expert and Waiting for the Mahatma. His stories were grounded in a compassionate humanism and celebrated the...

    India, Indian English literature, Indian novelists 2519  Words | 7  Pages

  • Qualities of Indianness in Indian English Poetry

    Indianness in Indian English Poetry Indian Poets writing in English around fifties have produced a fairly voluminous body of verse that is often deeply rooted in the traditional Indian sensibility and is yet strikingly modern in expression. The question of Indianness is not merely a question of the material of poetry, or even sensibility, it is tied up with the factor called the audience. Indian English poets write for Indian audience, but they also write quite inevitably, for non-Indian, western audience...

    Dialect, English language, English poetry 1279  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Studies In India

    Q1. Comment on the circumstances by which English was introduced in nineteenth century India. English has been introduced in the Indian subcontinent at a time when Indian society is fissured and doesn’t have a sense of unity. There is a lack of a common language which can be used and understood in all parts of India. The British have noticed this fragmented situation of India and took advantage. When in 19th century the East India Company has finally snatched the reign of administration from...

    British Empire, Colonialism, England 2119  Words | 7  Pages

  • Raja Ram Mohan Roy

    Raja Ram Mohan Roy, one .JT\of the great reformers of renaissance India has commanded respect to the point of veneration and has been acclaimed as a Versatile presence on the Indian Historical firmament. All his life, he fought to reform the society because he believed that social and religious reform was the very foundation of political advancement. A harbinger of the idea of universal humanism, an apostle of monotheism, the founder of the Brahmo Samaj, an advocate of the freedom of the press and...

    Adi Dharm, Bengal Renaissance, Brahmo Samaj 734  Words | 2  Pages

  • English-Indian Relations

    DBQ #2 The relations between Indians and the English were variable. On one side of the spectrum, the Wampanoag and Puritans got along very well, even having the “first Thanksgiving”. On the other end, the Pequot War waged the Pequots against three English colonies. Both sides tried to assert their interests; the English used their advanced firearms to drive the Indians off their land, and also accidentally their Old World diseases helped their cause. The Indians used their knowledge of the land...

    Colonialism, King Philip's War, Pequot 1193  Words | 4  Pages

  • Multiplicity of Voices in Indian English Novels: a Postcolonial Study

    Multiplicity of voices in Indian English novels:A Postcolonial study A foundational text in the discussion of postcoloniality is Edward Said’s Orientalism. Said identifies how the western world “spoke” for and represented the Orient, while the Orient was kept silent to maintain and allow this position of power for the westerner. In Said’s Orientalism, he gives a brief history of these phenomena he identifies and describes. He says, [t]aking the late eighteenth...

    Aravind Adiga, Man Booker Prize, Orient 1177  Words | 4  Pages

  • Importance of the English Language

    Introduction: It has been almost two centuries that English education was introduced in India and since then it has been playing an important role in our national life, not to mention our educational system. Most people believe that the then British rulers needed some cheap native clerks who could work in their offices much like what Lord Macaulay called “a class of people, Indian in blood and color, but English in taste, in opinions, in morals and in intellect”. But I personally don’t hold this...

    Curriculum, Education, English language 860  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chitra Banerjee - New Woman Fiction Writer

    The knowledge of English language and English Literature in India was the root cause behind growth and expansion of Indian English Literature. A brilliant teacher like Dezurio unfolded the richness of Shakespeare to Indian students. For Raja Ram mohan Roy English was the language for documentation of histories and personal reflections. Later writers like Michael Madusudhan Dutt, Dutt family and toru dutt, Behramji Malahari and Govardhan Tripati joined the Brigade. Indian English Fiction marked its...

    Fiction, Indian English literature, Indian novelists 580  Words | 2  Pages

  • 17th Century English Writers

    Matt Mclellan February 4, 2002 6pm class Monday The Pen Is Mightier Than The King The 17th century saw a king's head roll and an English Caesar sit the throne, in the midst of all of this a new class was rising. England in the 17th century was rife with change, there was much work to be done before the industrial revolution could fully grip the nation. For hundreds of years the monarch had dominated the political landscape, now that was changing radically. Although their remained a Monarch...

    17th century, Charles I of England, England 2848  Words | 7  Pages

  • Early indian newspapers

    so successful that they acquired their own substantial buildings by the river just north of the Mission Chapel. In 1875 the Friend of India amalgamated with another paper The Englishman, becoming The Statesman which remains one of India's leading English-language dailies. Marshman also started a new paper mill at the Mission to manufacture a special new type of paper that had been devised by the missionaries to resist the virulent ravages of the local white ants. This became known as "Serampore Paper"...

    History of India, India, Joshua Marshman 1755  Words | 6  Pages

  • Themes in Indian Writing in English

    THEMES IN INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH Introduction: The end of World War II led to the end of colonialism, which in turn saw the emergence of independent nations, trying to gain a foothold in the world. India was one of those nations. Before Independence, Indian Writing in English had no direct relation to the events which led to Independence. Hence, it was neglected by most critics. However, post-independence, this situation changed. The concern of the new poets became their relationship to and...

    English language, Hinduism, Hunger 1190  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian English Novel

    The Indian English novel evolved as a subaltern consciousness; as a reaction to break away from the colonial literature. Hence the post colonial literature in India witnessed a revolution against the idiom which the colonial writers followed. Gradually the Indian English authors began employing the techniques of hybrid language, magic realism peppered with native themes. Thus from a post colonial era Indian literature ushered into the modern and then the post-modern era. The saga of the Indian English...

    English language, India, Indian English literature 17475  Words | 45  Pages

  • Indian Literature

    INDIAN LITERATURE. Indian literature is generally believed to be the oldest in the world. With vast cultural diversities, there are around two dozen officially recognized languages in India. Over thousands of years, huge literature has been produced in various languages in India. It is to be noted that a large part of Indian literature revolves around devotion, drama, poetry and songs. Sanskrit language dominated the early Indian literary scene whereas languages like Prakrit and Pali too had fair...

    Hindi, India, Indian National Congress 1864  Words | 7  Pages

  • English Language

    entire set of words is the language's vocabulary. The ways in which the words can be meaningfully combined is defined by the language's syntax and grammar. The actual meaning of words and combinations of words is defined by the language's semantics English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now the most widely used language in the world.[4] It is spoken as a first language by the majority populations of several sovereign states, including the United Kingdom...

    English language, French language, German language 2219  Words | 7  Pages

  • Language in Indian Writing in English

    Language in Indian Writing in English I am here to present on the topic ‘Language in Indian Writing in English’. Basically I will be talking about the usage of language, the writing style, of blending language and culture and my analysis of it in the text - The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy. The story of the Indian English novel is really the story of a changing India. There was a time when education was a rare opportunity and speaking English was unnecessary. The stories were already...

    Arundhati Roy, English language, Fiction 3653  Words | 9  Pages

  • English Essay - Indian Camp

    English Essay – Indian Camp The transition from child to adult can be a rough process. At times a radical experience has to occur for the change to happen. A meeting with the basic conditions of life, and with that the circle of life, can in many cases be a trigger for the transition from boy to man. In this short story the transition is linked to the dichotomy between civilisation and nature, civilisation dominating nature. In the short story “Indian Camp” by Ernest Hemingway, there is a case...

    Biodiversity, Civilization, Environment 958  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Authors in English Language

    Indian Authors in English Language There is no dearth of Indian authors who write in English language, as of today. But it was not same a century ago. English literature and writing was still in its nascent phase in India and most of the Indian writers were either used to be Indian born British or Britain educated Indians. The list includes exponents such as George Orwell, Rudyard Kipling, Jim Corbett, Tagore and Sarojini Naidu among others.  The post independence decades were largely dormant...

    England, George Orwell, India 527  Words | 2  Pages

  • Indian English Literature

    History of English language and literature in India starts with the advent of East India Company in India. It all started in the summers of 1608 when Emperor Jahangir, in the courts of Moguls, welcomed Captain William Hawkins, Commander of British Naval Expedition Hector. It was India's first tryst with an Englishman and English. Jahangir later allowed Britain to open a permanent port and factory on the special request of King James IV that was conveyed by his ambassador Sir Thomas Roe. English were here...

    British Empire, Commonwealth of Nations, England 717  Words | 2  Pages

  • Essays: Indian English Drama

    sunset I've known rivers: Ancient, dusky rivers. My soul has grown deep like the rivers.  Langston Hughes Unit 1: Terms: Imagism in American Poetry, Beat Poetry, Confessional Poetry, Expressionism in American Drama and Harlem Renaissance Indian literatue paper 4 To india-my native place In this poem, Derozio personifies India and talks to her in a monologue. Derozio talks about the glorious past of India. He tells her (while Derozio does not hint at what sex he personifies India as...

    Bollywood, Drama, English language 5214  Words | 17  Pages

  • Amitav Ghosh : a Pioneer Writer in English Literature

    The main objective of working on Ghosh is to reinterpret this huge iconic figure in contemporary Anglo Indian literature who has raised and answered a lot many questions about the identity of the subjugated in this world. His readings give us insights into the plight of émigré. In order to reach the depth of his vision one needs precise tools to make a better sense of the eastern discourses on suppressed or marginalised who are misrepresented by the westerners misusing the power of expression. Some...

    Amitav Ghosh, India, Indian English literature 1131  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pioneers Trio of Indian English Fiction

    Pioneers of trio in Indian English fiction M. K. Naik, a renouned and scholarly Indian critic makes a comment while discussing the novel: “One of the most notable gifts of English education to India is prose fiction, for though India was probably the fountainhead of story-telling, the novel as we know today was an importation from the West.” Indian English literature originated as a necessary outcome of the introduction of English education in India under colonial rule. In recent years...

    English language, India, Indian novelists 4468  Words | 13  Pages

  • Birth of Urdu Journalism in the Indian Subcontinent

    Discussing the difficulties in tracing the developments in the language press, J. Natarajan, in his pioneering and famous History of Indian Journalism, said that “an important impediment” was that no “coherent connected” record of progress and growth of the Press was available in each of the languages. The case of Urdu Press, which is the second oldest language press of the Sub-continent after Bengali (the mother tongue of Bengal), and the first in the rest of India, is no exception. Its observers...

    Akbar the Great, British Empire, India 1838  Words | 5  Pages

  • Impotance of English

    being made in the universities located in the United States of America where English language is the means of scientific discourse. The historical circumstances of India (having been ruled by the British for over two centuries) have given the Indians an easy access to mastering English language, and innumerable opportunities for advancement in the field of science and technology. Many Indians have become so skilled in English language and have won many international awards for creative and comparative...

    English language, English medium education, India 1165  Words | 4  Pages

  • Post Colonial India English Drama

    English Literature Eng 102 Term Paper II Topic: Post-Colonial Indian English Drama India has the longest and the richest tradition in drama. During the age of the Vedic Aryans, drama was performed in a simple way. Different episodes from the Ramayana, the Mahabharata, and the Bhagavad-Gita were enacted out in front of people. When Britishers came in India, the...

    Colonialism, English language, India 1504  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Various Phases of the Development of the Indian English Novel

    the Indian English Novel The story of the Indian English novel is really the story of a changing India. There was a time when education was a rare opportunity and speaking English was unnecessary. The stories were already there- in the myths, in the folklore and the umpteen languages and cultures that gossiped, conversed, laughed and cried all over the subcontinent. India has always been a land of stories, the demarcation between ritual and reality being very narrow. The Indian English novel...

    India, Indian English, Indian English literature 662  Words | 2  Pages

  • Status of Women in Indian Society

    of Women in Indian Society Abstract: The worth of a civilization can be judged by the place given to women in the society. One of several factors that justify the greatness of India's ancient culture is the honorable place granted to women. The Muslim influence on India caused considerable deterioration in the status of women. They were deprived of their rights of equality with men. Raja Ram Mohan Roy started a movement against this inequality and subjugation. The contact of Indian culture with...

    Bengal Renaissance, Brahmo Samaj, India 2175  Words | 6  Pages

  • British Rule in India and the Response of Indian Society

    when the British landed a company that not only changed the societal business but also the government rule as well as their cultural aspects. This company was named the East India Company. With its gradual expansion, the company managed to build English communities in Calcutta, Bombay, and Madras; the three presidency states of India. Although the East India Company's intentions where to pursue and expand trade with the East Indies, they manage to gain control of India by utilizing military power...

    Bengal, British Empire, British Raj 1471  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Press in Indian Freedom Struggle

    At the time of the first war of independence, any number of papers were in operation in the country. Many of these like Bangadoot of Ram Mohan Roy, Rastiguftar of Dadabhai Naoroji and Gyaneneshun advocated social reforms and thus helped arouse national awakening. It was in 1857 itself that Payam-e-Azadi started publication in Hindi and Urdu, calling upon the people to fight against the British. The paper was soon confiscated and anyone found with a copy of the paper was prosecuted for sedition...

    Bipin Chandra Pal, India, India House 1815  Words | 6  Pages

  • INDIAN LITERATURE

    I. INTRODUCTION Indian Literature, literature in the languages of India, as well as those of Pakistan. For information on the literature written in the classicial language,Sanskrit,.The Indian literary tradition is primarily one of verse and is also essentially oral. The earliest works were composed to be sung or recited and were so transmitted for many generations before being written down. As a result, the earliest records of a text may be later by several centuries than the conjectured date...

    Hindi, India, Kannada language 2069  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Difficulty of English- Indian Friendship in "A Passage to India"

    possibility of English-Indian Friendship. He begins and ends by posing the question of whether it is possible for an Englishman and an Indian to ever be friends, at least within the context of British colonialism. Thus, as soon as the novel opens, the reader is introduced to an argument, between Mahmoud Ali, Hamidullah, and, Aziz raising this English-Indian-friendship question. The argument is quite significant because it sets the tone of the novel and introduces the different Indian attitudes towards...

    British Empire, British Raj, Colonialism 1594  Words | 4  Pages

  • Modern Indo-English Poetry

    Modern English poetry in India is one of the many new literatures which began to emerge at the end of the Second World War, after the end of colonialism. Unlike the Africa and Caribbean creative writings, modern Indian poetry in English did not have an obvious direct relationship with the cultural movements that had led to national independence. The emergence of modern English poetry was a part of modernization which included urbanization, industrialization, mobility, independence, social change...

    England, English language, English poetry 3336  Words | 9  Pages

  • West Indian Literature Is Much More Colourful and Reflects Greater Analytical Depth Than That of English Literature

    English Literature is much more colourful and has greater analytical depth than West Indian Literature. It is often said that “the grass is greener on the other side.” For many which is located closer to us or that which we have become more accustom to often appear to be of lesser value and totally depreciated. The veracity of this observation is definitely pertinent as we look comparatively at the literary perspectives locally, and that which is regarded as foreign. English Literature is much more...

    British Empire, British Isles, Caribbean 1388  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sister Callista Roy

    A recognized nurse theorist, researcher, writer and teacher Martha Elizabeth Rogers was born on May 12, 1914 in Dallas Texas as the first born daughter and oldest of four siblings of Mr and Mrs. Rogers. As the oldest of four siblings Sister Callista Roy was born on October 14, 1939 as the second child but first daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fabien Roy. Devote Catholics her parents name her after Saint Callistus from a Roman Catholic Calendar of the day on which she was born. The daughter of a licensed...

    Licensed practical nurse, Nurse, Nurse education 1438  Words | 4  Pages

  • Importance of English

    The Importance of English in the World of International Business ‘English is now a global language that belongs to all those who speak it.’ (Nigel Newton, publisher) It is the technology that allows people to travel further and faster than ever before. It is the Internet that links people regardless their nationalities and countries they live in. And technology is also the reason why lots of business people are active globally and why more and more entrepreneurs are on the move than...

    British Isles, Commonwealth of Nations, England 2233  Words | 7  Pages

  • Bunker Roy

     Bunker Roy: Barefoot College A social entrepreneur is a person that identifies and solves social problems on a large scale. Bunker Roy is a person who has achieved all that a social entrepreneur is asked to accomplish and then some more on top of that. Bunker Roy is the person who created Barefoot College located in India. Roy is an Indian social activist and an educator. He does not only do that but he is also one of the most decorated social entrepreneurs ever. He has received The Jamnala...

    Aruna Roy, Middle East, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 784  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Writing in English

    etc… In the same series, we call language is displacement which enables the language to be used at times and in places where the context refered to is not present. If anyone says ‘a cup of milk’ or ‘what a huge mountain!’ all speakers of the English language will understand what is being refered to even if they do not see it. Chomsky believes and suggests language acquisition rather than language learning. The ability to use language is a very important part of human cognition. People use language...

    Brain, Human, Language 2231  Words | 7  Pages

  • Fiction and Indian Novel

    FIGURE OF INDIAN NOVEL IN ENGLISH Y.V.R. Prasanna Kumar Research Scholar (M.Phil.), (Part-time), Department of English, S.V. University, Tirupathi. A. P.INDIA 517502 INTRODUCTION A great deal of Indian writing in English is in the form of novel. In the course of an eventful history, Indian novel in English demonstrated the capacity and resilience for innovations and attained the status of Universal Form. The post-independence India has witnessed a Sea change of Indian fiction in English. The...

    Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, Character, Fiction 1807  Words | 5  Pages

  • English Importance in the Next Few Years

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROJECT TOPIC: COMPARE THE IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH TO THE OTHER MAJOR LANGUAGES OF THE WORLD.DO YOU THINK ENGLISH WILL BE ABLE TO SUSTAIN IT’S SUPERIORITY IN THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS? For the topic: The topic under discussion is that “compare the importance of English to the other major languages of the world and then tell whether it will be able to sustain its superiority in the next hundred years”. I am for the topic. A language is a systematic means of communication by the...

    English language, European Union, International Monetary Fund 1359  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Vinglish

    for the Theatrical Trailer of English Vinglish can be found below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dWir9Q_Vek Official Movie Poster Director: Gauri Shinde Writer: Gauri Shinde Stars: Sridevi, Adil Hussain and Mehdi Nebbou Country: India Release Date: 5 October 2012 (India) Also Known As: Aangilam Vaangilam Length : 134 minutes Language: English | Hindi | French Filming Locations: New York City, New York, USA Content: Money, fame and a knowledge of English. In India, these 3 factors play...

    England, English language, Human rights 1029  Words | 3  Pages

  • Writers

    LetterRep.com - We write for you! Contact Us…571-252-9009 Username Password Submit Forgot Password? LETTERREP'S WRITERS HAVE WRITTEN 14711 LETTERS Home Free Letters Request a Letter Join - Get 1200+ Letters With Your Free Registration I AM PLEASE WITH WHAT IREAD.... more» Get Our 1200+ Free Letters When You Join Type in a word or phrase you expect to see in the letter you need and click 'Search LetterRep' Choose a Category Acceptance Letters ...

    Application for employment, Business letter, Cover letter 470  Words | 5  Pages

  • Writer

    supervisor. EDUCATION: 2013 -2013 — University of Sindh Jamshoro, Pakistan Masters of EDUCATION (P.T.G.R) 2001 -2006 — University of Sindh Jamshoro, Pakistan Msc CHEMISTRY SKILLS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 1. English language Skills: One year course in English Language 2. IT Skills: Well versed with Windows XP, Windows 2000, MS Word, Excel, and Power Point, Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Flash, Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw. 3. General Skills: Concreted Leadership & Management Skills...

    Adobe Creative Suite, Development, Education 524  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Parallel Cinema

    02/18/2010 Indian Parallel Cinema While Indian Cinema known as Bollywood was thriving in the 1950s, the film industry also saw the emergence of a new Parallel Cinema movement. A group of film-makers broke with the past traditions and made exciting, experimental and innovating films (Gupta 11). Indian Parallel Cinema is a specific genre of Indian cinema which is known for its serious content, realism and naturalism, which reflected social and politics during those times (Gupta 14). Indian parallel...

    Bimal Roy, Bollywood, Cinema of India 874  Words | 3  Pages

  • English

    Nikoloz Vetsko 9/4/2014 Cause English The first time I read a book in English, and honestly a book in general, was in 5th grade. I grew up in the Republic of Georgia, went to a public school for most of my first four years, with teachers that didn’t really care if I paid attention or really, if I was there at all. It was hard for me to care when they didn’t seem to, I wasn’t motivated to do anything, and in fact it would be accurate to say that in those first four years, I didn’t learn anything...

    British Empire, British Isles, Commonwealth of Nations 873  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian English Literature: Changing Trends and History

    INTRODUCTION Indian English novels refer to the various novels by writers in India who write in the English language and whose native or co-native language could be one of the numerous languages of India. It is also associated with the works of members of the Indian Diaspora, such as V. S. Naipaul, Kiran Desai, Jhumpa Lahiri and Salman Rushdie, who are of Indian descent. It is frequently referred to as Indo-Anglian literature. As a category, this production comes under the broader realm of postcolonial...

    English language, India, Indian English literature 2985  Words | 8  Pages

  • english

    राणी लक्ष्मीबाई) was the queen of the Maratha-ruled princely state of Jhansi, situated in the north-central part of India. She was one of the leading figures of the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and for Indian nationalists a symbol of resistance to the rule of the British East India Company in the subcontinent. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Indian Rebellion of 1857–58 1.1.1 May – July 1857 1.1.2 August 1857 – June 1858 2 Cultural depictions and memorials 3 See also 4 References 5 External links Biography ...

    Baji Rao II, British Raj, East India Company 2363  Words | 7  Pages

  • English

    citizens of UK, USA and PRC: A comparative study – Duties of the citizens of PRC. Part II PAPER – III: GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN INDIA F.M. 200 100 Marks Unit I 1. Framing of the Indian Constitution: Role of the Constituent Assembly – the Preamble. 2. Fundamental Rights and Duties – Directive Principles. 3. Nature of Indian Federalism: Union-State Relations. 4. Union Executive: President, Vice-President: election, position, functions (with reference to Emergency Powers), Prime Minister, Council of...

    Communism, Lok Sabha, Marxism 1624  Words | 7  Pages

  • Liberal Nature of Indian State

    DISCUSS THE NATURE OF THE INDIAN STATE ACCORDING TO LIBERAL PERSPECTIVE. The state is being perceived as an "organised structural and institutional whole" epitomizing the power relations of society. The state in a developing society arise from historical factors and interacts with society through its decisive role in the economic process of the nation. To study the nature of any particular state, it is necessary to analyse to relation between state, power, and social classes and the purpose of...

    British Raj, Constitution of India, India 1315  Words | 5  Pages

  • causes of the growth of indian nationalism

    the growth of Indian Nationalism in 19th century JYOTI The most significant feature of the Indian History during the second half of nineteenth century was the growth of nationalism. For different factors the sense nationalism develops among the people and in 1885 the Indian National Congress was established. The Indian National Congress fought for the freedom of the country and India achieved her independence on August 15th 1947. Different factors contributed to the growth of Indian Nationalism...

    British Raj, Hindi, History of India 700  Words | 2  Pages

  • William Shakespeare: Most Famous of All English Writers

    William Shakespeare: Most Famous of All English Writers William Shakespeare, the most famous of all English writers, has written many works. One such work is Much Ado About Nothing, a comedy that includes humor, love, and deceit. Several incidents in the life of the author influenced him to write this play in the fashion that he did. These events come from his life and the point in history in which he lived, thus producing Much Ado About nothing. Shakespeare's life has very much to...

    Hamlet, King's Men, Lord Chamberlain's Men 899  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Neglect of the Native American Indian

    Nearly every Native American Indian tribe has experienced some kind of neglect or discrimination. The white man has forcefully moved tribes from their homes, broken treaties that were promised to them, and senselessly slaughtered thousands of innocent Indian men, women, and children. This kind of neglect is what led to the Battle of Little Bighorn Creek, a battle that is talked about in The Great Plains, the book I chose my topic from. The reason this subject touched me personally is because...

    Great Plains, Indigenous peoples of the Americas, Montana 802  Words | 3  Pages

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