• Sanskrit
    believing them to have sprung from some common source, which, perhaps, no longer exists. Phonology Further information: Śikṣā Classical Sanskrit distinguishes about 36 phonemes. There is, however, some allophony and the writing systems used for Sanskrit generally indicate this, thus...
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  • Singapore
    records, about 1150 AD, Srivijaya in Sumatra Royal Prince (as + wood) to reach the island by boat and saw a black beast, the locals told him that’s a lion, then the "Lion City" called. Singapore is the Sanskrit "Lion City" of harmonics, as local residents deeply influenced by Indian culture, like the use...
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  • india
    The history of India begins with evidence of human activity of Homo sapiens, as long as 75,000 years ago, or with earlier hominids including Homo erectus from about 500,000 years ago.[1] The Indus Valley Civilization, which spread and flourished in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent...
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  • Ancient India: Civilizations
    stories or teachings, but historical accounts. One famous battle described in the Mahabharata is the Battle of the Ten Kings, where the Bharata tribe fought an alliance of ten rival tribes. “Bharat,” which is Sanskrit for “India” is the modern day Indian name for India. These epics also provide...
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  • Report
    mythology proper, the voluminous epics also provide a wide range of information about ancient Indian society, philosophy, culture, religion, and ways of life. The two great Hindu Epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata tell the story of two specific incarnations of Vishnu (Rama and Krishna). These two...
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  • Essays
    on term Hindustan .We wrote important points in the notebook paragraph. It told that Hindustan is a land of rivers, Derived from a Persian word Hind (Sindhu), Primarily the term “Hindustan” refers ( A river in Sanskrit) to Republic of India and it’s usually applied to the Ganges Plain of North...
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  • Hinglish
    (perhaps too quietly in India; its official website is more informative about its presence in North America) are making the effort of “bringing Sanskrit back to mainstream by making it a widely spoken language once again” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samskrita_Bharati). 5.  See also S Gurumurthy, http...
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  • linguistic slavery
    -area of Republic of India is 76% of the land area of European Union. And if we talk of the undivided India (अखण्ड भारत) – those regions which were once a part of Vedic culture and had Sanskrit as their lingua franca viz. Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Afghanistan, Maldives and Republic of...
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  • nepal a brief history
    the Sanskrit word "NEP"(नेप), with the suffix "AL" (आल) added to it; though still under controversy, NEP were the people who use to be cow herders - the GOPALS (गोपाल) - who came to the Nepal valley for the first time from the Ganges plain of India. According to Nepali scholar Rishikesh Shah, the...
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  • India-Asean
    WRITE UP FOR PRESENTATION ON INDIA – ASEAN FTA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS India |भारत गणराज्य* | |Bhārat Gaṇarājya | |Republic of India...
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  • csr repot at fxb
    ``` Working at FXB India 20th Jan 2014 On Day 1 , we all meet with Dr. Satya Parkash Senior Program Officer of FXB India Suraksha , Noida. Dr.Satya on that day give us brief description about FXB India Suraksha that what they are , how they do work , for what initiatives they do work. He also give us...
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  • History of India
    Raj Hindu reforms, Famines, Independence struggle, Gandhi This article is about the history of the Indian Subcontinent prior to the Partition of India in 1947. For the history of the modern Republic of India, see History of the Republic of India. For the histories of...
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  • States of India
    ]) is a small state in north-eastern India. The word "Meghalaya" literally means "The Abode of Clouds" in Sanskrit and other Indic languages. Meghalaya is a hilly strip in the eastern part of the country about 300 km long (east-west) and 100 km wide, with a total area of about 8,700 sq mi (22,720 km...
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  • Afro-Asian Term Paper
    handed down by word of mouth. These traditions are known as the Vedas. These contain hymns addressed to the Indian gods, who are very numerous. They also contain stories about these gods. The literature of India is often called Sanskrit-literature. The word Sanskrit means cultivated. Hindu literature...
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  • Ashoka
    reigned over most of present-day India after a number of military conquests. His empire stretched from the Hindu Kush mountains in Afghanistan to present-day Bangladesh and the Indian state of Assam in the east, and as far south as northern Kerala and Andhra Pradesh. The empire had Taxila, Ujjain and...
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  • Hi K Cha Tero Khabar
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4H_Zoh7G5A Nepal From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the country. For other uses, see Nepal (disambiguation). सङ्घीय लोकतान्त्रिक गणतन्त्र नेपाल Sanghiya Loktāntrik Ganatantra Nepāl Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal Flag Emblem...
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  • Hhhfd
    India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the Republic of India. For other uses, see India (disambiguation). Republic of India भारत गणराज्य* Bhārat Ganarājya | | | Flag | Emblem | | Motto: "Satyameva Jayate" (Sanskrit) सत्यमेव...
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  • notes
    in India. Kassite Inscription of about 1600 BC and Mittani Inscription of 1400 BC found in Iraq bear some Aryan names, which suggest that from Iran a branch of Aryans moved towards west. The Rig Veda has many things in common with the Avesta - the oldest text in Iranian language. Rig Veda is the...
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  • Indian Literature
    literature produced on the Indian subcontinent until 1947 and in the Republic of India thereafter. The Republic of India has 22 officially recognized languages. All dates about the ancient Indian literature are not only uncertain, but are contested. European scholars from 18th century onwards...
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  • History
    northwest as Afghanistan and Baluchistan, and his grandson Asoka, arguably the most famous ruler of early India, conquered Kalinga (present-day coastal Orissa). T li R b E u C p N re © e b to t o n 3.1 Finding out about the Mauryas Historians have used a variety of sources to reconstruct the...
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