• Raja Ram 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 event...
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  • Indian born English writer Eric Blair’s (written name George Orwell) “Animal Farm
    Indian born English writer Eric Blair’s (written name George Orwell) “Animal Farm” was written in 1946 and was aimed to be a satirical and allegorical comment on the Red October Soviet Revolution. The novella focused exclusively in the time frame of the Soviet Union from 1916 up until 1950 and...
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  • Achievements of Raja Ram Mohan Roy
    Raja Ram Mohan Roy is considered as the pioneer of modern Indian Renaissance for the remarkable reforms he brought in the 18th century India. Among his efforts, the abolition of the sati-prRaja Ram Mohan Roy is considered as the pioneer of modern Indian Renaissance for the remarkable reforms he brou...
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  • 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 refo...
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  • 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...
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  • Important Facts of Indian History
    Important Facts of Indian History History of Modern India ● Muazzam occupied the Mughal throne as Bahadur Shah after his success in the war of succession. ● Muazzam, the son of Aurangzeb was called as the ‘Shah Bekhabar’. ● The Mughal King Farrukh Siyar gratned concession to the Englis...
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  • Mics Code of Indian Banks
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  • 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 nove...
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  • 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...
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  • 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 Arundhat...
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  • 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 wa...
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  • 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 ficti...
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  • 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. Na...
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  • English and Indian Literature
    alienation [ˌeɪljəˈneɪʃən ˌeɪlɪə-] n 1. a turning away; estrangement 2. the state of being an outsider or the feeling of being isolated, as from society 3. (Psychiatry) Psychiatry a state in which a person's feelings are inhibited so that eventually both the self and the externa...
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  • Role of English in India
    English in India and the role of the elite in the national project the elite in the national project1 Annie MO NTAUT, INALCO (SeDyL), Paris Published in Problematizing Language Studies, Cultural, Theoretical and Applied Perspectives, Essays in Honor of Rama Kant Agnihotri Akar Books, Delhi,...
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  • Colonial English Literature
    COLONIALISM, POST-COLONIALISM & POST-COLONIAL INDIAN ENGLISH LITERATURE ABSTRACT Colonialism is the building and maintaining of colonies in one territory by people from another territory. Colonialism normally refers to a period of history from the 15th to the 20th century when people from Europe...
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  • ( English Course) (Grammar) - Cambridge University Press
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  • 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 o...
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  • Draw Backs of Indian Indipandance
    Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule M.K. Gandhi 1910 Translated into English by M.K. Gandhi Being a Translation of 'Hind Swaraj' (Indian Home Rule), published in the Gujarat columns of Indian Opinion. 11th and 18th Dec., 1909 Preface to the English translation It is not the without hesitation...
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  • A Register of English?
    ‘Hinglish’, ‘Indlish’ or ‘Angrezi’… what picture is that that clouds the mind’s eye; which colours spurt out to paint that canvas of human interaction; what rhapsody are we exactly dealing with. The big question- is the present really revivifying Raja Rao’s concept of a universal t...
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