"Marathi Nibandh" Essays and Research Papers

  • Marathi Nibandh

    unusual note appears, this new spot, or jagah as it is called, it will be received either with small smiles, nods, clicks of the tongue and sometimes with an out-and-out "Wah-wah!"  If we don't like what we hear, the performer will hear the stony (the Marathi word for it is makkha) silence, see us looking away uneasily, and get the message.  We won't be rude at the performance, but it is possible that on our way home one of us will ask: “What was he doing treating the Rag like a dombari (street acrobat)...

    Marathi 2561  Words | 7  Pages

  • Business Proposal for Marathi Films

    Executive Producer. He has also worked as the CEO of Pasaydan Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. for 2 years & as a Field Producer for Sony Corporation, Japan. He has worked as the Executive Producer for 3 Marathi Feature Films Aaichha! Gondhal…, Nirop & Hota Asa Kadhi Kadhi. He will make his directorial debut with a Hindi- Marathi Bi-Lingual Feature Film later this year. Sameer Joshi: Has been working in the field of Audio-Visual Productions for over 11 years. He has worked on numerous projects ranging from TV programs...

    Executive producer, Feature film, Film 1435  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Marathi Press in Freedom Movement of India

    freedom fighter, activist, linguistic activist, poet, author Language Konkani Ethnicity Konkani Ravindra Kelekar (March 25, 1925 – August 27, 2010) was a noted Indian author who wrote primarily in the Konkani language, though he also wrote in Marathi and Hindi.[3] A Gandhian activist, freedom fighter and a pioneer in the modern Konkani movement, he is a well known Konkani scholar, linguist, and creative thinker. Kelkar was a participant in the Indian freedom movement, Goa’s liberation movement...

    Goa, India, Indian literature 1204  Words | 5  Pages

  • “The overpowering emotions – LOVE and LONELINESS” – Indira Sant’s and Hemant Divate’s poems

    LOVE and LONELINESS” – Indira Sant’s and Hemant Divate’s poems In the contemporary Marathi literature Indira Sant’s poetry has been considered the most influential. Very few poems of Indira Sant such as “Compassion”, “Mistlike” (1957) and “Spellbound” (1982) which talks about the separation of love and the pain in loneliness were translated in to English. Hemant Divate is the pioneer of twentieth century Marathi poetry. The essence of contemporary poetry prevails in his works. Emotions of love and...

    Emotion, India, Literature 1814  Words | 5  Pages

  • Bank

    7) Participated in Special Youth Cleanliness Camp conducted by Pune Zhila Parishad in 2008 PERSONAL DETAILS: I) DATE OF BIRTH: 11-May-1991 II) MARITAL STATUS: Unmarried III) LANGUAGES KNOWN: Languages | Speak | Read | Write | Marathi | Yes | Yes | Yes | Hindi | Yes | Yes | Yes | English | Yes | Yes | Yes | PERMANENT ADDRESS: Flat No:-B202, Shrikrishna Apartment, Rui-Sawal Road, MIDC, Baramati. Dist-Pune, Pin-413133 JOB LOCATION PREFERENCE: Anywhere in Maharashtra...

    Art, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Maharashtra 514  Words | 3  Pages

  • Appearance Are Depective

         Father’s Name : Mohan Chandra Mamgai Marital Status : Single      Date Of Birth : 15 Feb,1989      Hobbies : Reading, Travelling and making friends.      Languages Known : English., Hindi and Marathi DECLARATION: I hereby declare that the above-mentioned information is correct up to my knowledge and I bear the responsibility for the correctness of the above-mentioned particulars. ...

    Jai Santoshi Maa, Maharashtra, Marathi language 345  Words | 3  Pages

  • Linguistic Perspectives and Existential Anxiety in Arun Kolatkar’s Poems

    two years ago he was not known to us. Arun Balkrishna Kolatkar (1932 –2004) was a poet from Maharashtra, wrote in both Marathi and English. Radically experimental in nature, his poems are oblique, whimsical, mysterious, baffling and at the same time dark, sinister, and sarcastic and funny. His poetry represents the quintessence of modernism and left profound influence modern Marathi poets. Despite his inspiring and profound creativity it is ironical that his greatness has not been adequately acknowledged...

    Linguistics, Long poem, Maharashtra 2114  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ghasiram Kotwal

    Ghashiram Kotwal is a Marathi play written by playwright Vijay Tendulkar in 1972 as a response to the rise of a local political party, Shiv Sena, in Maharashta.[1][2] The play is a political satire, written as historical drama. Based on the life of Nana Phadnavis (1741–1800), one of the prominent ministers in the court of the Peshwa of Pune. Its theme is how men in power give rise to ideologies to serve their purposes, and later destroy them when they become useless. It was first performed on 16...

    Deshastha Brahmin, Drama, Ghashiram Kotwal 937  Words | 3  Pages

  • Arya Resume

    Complex, Kashimira, Miraroad (E), Thane-401104. Date of Birth : 17 January 1993 Nationality : Indian Sex : Female Marital Status : Single Languages Known : English, Hindi, Marathi and Malayalam. Contact Number : 8097486710 Email ID : pillai.arya93@gmail.com EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Course Board/University Institute Year Class S.Y.B.Com Mumbai University Vivek College Of Commerce 2011 60%...

    Goa, Hindi, Maharashtra 177  Words | 2  Pages

  • Negotiation & Counselling

    | |LANGUAGES KNOWN | | | |1. MARATHI (mother tongue) | | |2. English | ...

    Cricket, Maharashtra, Marathi language 335  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pollution Caused By Festival

    -Good. Language Known: - Hindi, Marathi, English. Hobbies: -Reading Book’s. Strengths: - Hard working. Education Qualification: - Sr. No. Name of Examination Passing Of Year Board \ University Mark Medium Division Total Obtain Percentage 1) S. S. C. (Math’s, Science, Social Science Marathi, Hindi, ) March-2008 M.S.B.S.H.S.E. Pune. Division-Nagpur 650 ...

    Hindi, India, Maharashtra 284  Words | 2  Pages

  • Regional Papers vs English Papers

    Newspapers are playing a vital role in the society. The media the fourth estate has its influential role in public opinion too. India, the diverse country wherein you will find people from all caste and religion residing. So as in we have regional (Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati, Tamil etc) newspaper along with the English newspaper. So the Indian media is very different from the other countries. In the other countries English newspaper are at the highest position with regard to readership and circulation...

    India, Languages of India, Maharashtra 1432  Words | 4  Pages

  • Maratha Empire and Maharashtra

    festivals with all their colourful rituals and traditions, all of which amalgamate together to give a true reflection of Maharashtrian Culture. The Maharashtrians are a vivacious, earthy people for whom life itself is a celebration. The state language is Marathi with languages like Hindi, English and Gujarati having almost equivalent importance. Maharashtra is a colorful state with a rich cultural heritage and a history to boast of. The culture of Maharashtra, which opens itself in ways, is also shown in...

    Curry, Maharashtra, Maharashtrian cuisine 1800  Words | 5  Pages

  • Queer Theory

    State : * Taluka : * MAHARASHTRA Amalner Pin Code : * 425401 Is Permanent Address the same as Correspondence Address Ca ste/Category Details Category : * Othe r De tails Nationality Indian? : * Yes Mother Tongue : * Marathi Person with disability? : No Can you read, write and speak Marathi? : Are you a Meritorious Sports Person? Black List Whether disciplinary or any other similar action is initiated by Bar Council or No Medical Council or Association or other Professional/Vocational Institution? :...

    Goa, Maharashtra, Marathi language 491  Words | 6  Pages

  • culture

    on the outskirts of Pune city. The Khadakwasla dam near Pune after the heavy showers. The villages of Malkhed, Thoptewadi, Kharmari, Khamgaon and Mogarwadi are situated in the Maval taluka of Pune district. The word Maval originates from the Marathi word Mavalati, which means the direction in which the sun sets. The velvety green mountains serve as a catchment area for the dam. These villages are in the vicinity of the Khadakwasla dam behind the Sinhagad fort, which is of great historical...

    Maharashtra, Maratha Empire, Marathi people 855  Words | 3  Pages

  • Expalnation of Father Returning Home

    come as sweet relief from a world that is alien to him. The theme of the poem is "Man's estrangement from a man-made world." Dilip Purushottam Chitre (Marathi: दिलीप पुरुषोत्तम चित्रे) was one of the foremost Indian writers and critics to emerge in the post Independence India. Apart from being a very important bilingual writer, writing in Marathi and English, he was also a painter and filmmaker. Biography He was born in Baroda on 17 September 1938. His father Purushottam Chitre used to publish...

    Bhopal, Dilip Chitre, Maharashtra 2139  Words | 6  Pages

  • My Files

    of Shivaji Maharaj at Fort Raigad. For this second objective, Tilak established the Shri Shivaji Raigad Smarak Mandal along with Senapati Khanderao Dabhade II of Talegaon Dabhade, who became the Founder President of the Mandal. Tilak started the Marathi weekly,Kesari in 1880-81 with Gopal Ganesh Agarkar as the first editor. Kesari later became a daily and continues publication to this day. It is believed that Tilak harbored negative feelings towards the Shudras ( people belonging to castes lower...

    India, Indian independence movement, Indian National Congress 2606  Words | 7  Pages

  • Ravindra Kelekar

    Ravindra Kelekar (March 25, 1925 – August 27, 2010) was a noted Indian author who wrote primarily in the Konkani language, though he also wrote in Marathi and Hindi.[3] A Gandhian activist, freedom fighter and a pioneer in the modern Konkani movement, he is a well known Konkani scholar, linguist, and creative thinker. Kelkar was a participant in the Indian freedom movement, Goa’s liberation movement, and later the campaign against the merger of the newly-formed Goa with Maharashtra. He played a key...

    Goa, India, Indian literature 918  Words | 3  Pages

  • South India and Maharashtra

    sub-division. Were it a nation in its own right, Maharashtra would be the world's twelfth most populous country ahead of Philippines. Etymology The modern Marathi language developed from the Maharashtri Prakrit,[7] and the word Marhatta (later used for the Marathas) is found in the Jain Maharashtri literature. The terms Maharashtra, Maharashtri, Marathi and Maratha may have derived from the same root. However, their exact etymology is uncertain.[8] The most widely accepted theory among the scholars is...

    Andhra Pradesh, Deccan Plateau, India 2042  Words | 6  Pages

  • History

    devoted all his apparel time to educate her in face of all opposition of the women in the house and helped her to become an ideal wife and a worthy helpmate in social and educational reform. After marrying Justice Mahadev Govind Ranade, Ramabai studied Marathi, English and Bengali. Before marriage her name was Yamuna and became 'Rama' after marriage. Inspired by her husband, Rama started 'Hindu Ladies Social Club' in Mumbai to develop public speaking among women. Ramabai was also the president of Seva...

    Hinduism, India, Indian National Congress 1161  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bollywood and Mumbai

    as its major publishing houses, are headquartered here. The centre of the Hindi movie industry, Bollywood, is located in Mumbai, and the name Bollywood is a portmanteau of Bombay and Hollywood, the center of the American film industry. Marathi television and Marathi film industry are also based in Mumbai. Along with the rest of India, Mumbai, its commercial capital, has witnessed an economic boom since the liberalisation of 1991, the finance boom in the mid nineties and the IT, export, services...

    Bollywood, City, Film industry 936  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marathi Press India

    Marathi: Big Newspapers Are Elephants By Robin Jeffrey To understand the Marathi press, one needs to appreciate two cities-Mumbai (Bombay) and Pune (Poona). Mumbai is the Manhattan of India-a buzzing, multi- lingual magnet of an island. As well as the industrial and commercial focus of India, it is the base for the advertising industry and for India's two biggest newspaper chains, The Times of India and The Indian Express. Pune, on the other hand, is Maharashtra's Boston (indeed, both have brahmins)...

    Broadsheet, Maharashtra, Maharashtra Times 4766  Words | 12  Pages

  • Admission

    Date of Birth Blood Group P.H 8.Subjects offered Paper 5.Student of IDOL 6.Case 7.Centre of Examination No ENROLLMENT ANDHERI (03) UNMARRIED 12/03/1996 B+ NONE Sex Place of Birth Mother Tongue Nationality Subject Name FEMALE MUMBAI MARATHI INDIAN Student Location Category Caste URBAN OPEN (0) HINDU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 FOUNDATION COURSE- PAPER-1 (REVISED) BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (REVISED) BUSINESS ECONOMICS- PAPER-1 COMMERCE-PAPER-1 (BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT) ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES...

    Goa, Hindi, Maharashtra 299  Words | 3  Pages

  • resume

    PERSONAL PROFILE Nationality : Indian Gender : Male Date of Birth : 24th December 1989 Flexibility To Travel : 100% Language Known : English, Marathi, Hindi Hobbies : Playing Cricket, Listening music ,Surfing internet Declaration: I hereby declare that above information is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Place: Delhi Date: ...

    .NET Framework, Delhi, Maharashtra 312  Words | 2  Pages

  • Mahatma Jyotirao Phule

    got inspired by Phule and followed him and conduct deep research on Phule movements and wrote several books on Phule like "Bahujana Vudhyama Radha Saradhulu. Conclusion Mahatma Jyotirao Govindrao Phule (Marathi: जोतिराव गोविंदराव फुले) (April 11, 1827 – November 28, 1890), also known as Mahatma Jyotiba Phule was an activist, thinker, social reformer, writer, philosopher, theologist, scholar, editor and revolutionary from Maharashtra, India in the nineteenth...

    Jyotirao Phule, Marathi people, Pune 2339  Words | 7  Pages

  • Novel and Issue No.i

    Barure Assistant Professor, P. G. Dept. of English, Vasantrao Naik Govt. Institute of Arts & Social Sciences (Morris College), Pandit Nehru Road, RBI- Square, Nagpur- 440001 An article in Lokrang- Loksatta, a Marathi daily in Maharashtra, reminded the age of evergreen Kosla, by a veteran Marathi discussing writer the Bhalchandra reasons Nemade, the caught in to the mesh of disillusionment and frustration in the Post-Independence period in India and especially in Maharashtra. Swami is written in the...

    Bhalchandra Nemade, Fiction, Fiction writing 4636  Words | 16  Pages

  • Speech: Maharashtra

    Marathi Manual Language and Culture 1 Prepared by: Kelsea David Natalie Hardage Crista Lindsey Texas State University class of 2011 Academic Advisor Rahul Charkraborty 2 This manual was prepared to assist speech-language pathologists in their effective treatment of people with speech and language disorders who are bilingual or multilingual speakers of English and Marathi. This is, by no means, an exhaustive treatise of Maharashtrian culture or language but the information found here...

    Diwali, India, Maharashtra 11967  Words | 39  Pages

  • Indian Regional Newspapers vs English Newspapers

    Indian Regional Journalism By Zeba Siddiqui Topics 1) The Fourth Estate 2) Introduction to Regional Indian Newspapers 3) English Newspapers • Free Press Journal • Indian Express 4) Marathi Newspapers • Saamna • Lokmat 5) Urdu Newspapers • Inquilab • Urdu Times 6) Gujarati & Hindi Newspapers • Divya Bhaskar • Navbharat 7) Significant Schisms & Analysis The Fourth Estate ...

    India, Maharashtra, Marathi language 11887  Words | 34  Pages

  • About My Hometown

    15 Million and it is still growing. I feel, Mumbai is a city of Dreams, drama, food, life, economy, terror attacks and never say die attitude. It is known for its extreme standards of living and fast paced life. Most of Mumbai’s population speak Marathi Language. But English is also widely used, especially in professional circles. Most of the people in Mumbai are migrants from other states, who come here in search of jobs. Mumbai provides many opportunities to realize one's dreams. It's film industry...

    Bollywood, India, Indo-Aryan languages 557  Words | 2  Pages

  • How Will Science and Technology Change Our Lives in the Future and What Should India Do to Stay Ahead in the Game?

    state covers an area of 307,731 km2 (118,816 sq mi) or 9.84% of the total geographical area of India. Mumbai, the capital city of the state, is India's largest city and the financial capital of the nation. Nagpur is the second capital of the state. Marathi is the official language. Maharashtra is the world's second most populous first-level administrative country sub-division. Were it a nation in its own right, Maharashtra would be the world's tenth most populous country ahead of Mexico. In the 17th...

    India, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra 406  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Psalm of Life - Short Essay

    smart boy with expressive eyes attracted the attention of the Peshwa. Impressed by the brilliance of the boy, the Peshwa decorated him with a cap bright with jewels. Those near and dear to Raghunath used to call him Tatya (a term of affection in Marathi). Since the Peshwa presented the cap, it became his life-long companion. So he came to be called Tatya Tope and the name stuck to him to the end. Thus, Raghunath alias Tatya was fortunate to have spent his childhood with Nanasaheb Peshwa and Queen...

    Indian Rebellion of 1857, Maharashtra, Maratha 676  Words | 2  Pages

  • Rebecca Reuben - a Pioneer Bene Israel Woman of India

    She was a scholar in English as well as in Hebrew. She spoke, read and wrote fluent Marathi which is the language of communication of all Bene Israelites. Her love of teaching was owing to her love of the Liberal Arts and that was the career she chose. She loved English poetry which she loved to read and teach. While at her old School in Hazurpaga as teacher, she started the magazine, ‘Balikadarsh’ in Marathi. She introduced the unique style of making students write ‘an appreciation’ of the poem...

    Bene Israel, Bombay Presidency, High school 3037  Words | 10  Pages

  • Appearances Are Deceptive

    capital of the nation. Nagpur is the second (winter) capital of the state. Marathi is the state's official language. Maharashtra is the world's second most populous first-level administrative country sub-division. Were it a nation in its own right, Maharashtra would be the world's twelfth most populous country ahead of Philippines. History The antiquity of this region can be traced to approximately the 3rd century BC. Marathi, which evolved from Maharastri-Prakrit, has been the lingua franca of the...

    India, Indian National Congress, Maharashtra 3376  Words | 10  Pages

  • Fort Murud Janjira

    and may have originated after the Arabic word Jazeera, which means an island. Murud was once known in Marathi as Habsan ("of Habshi" or Abyssinian). Some of the people also split the name as "Jal Jeera" meaning fort in the water The name of the fort is a concatenation of the Konkani and Arabic words for Island, "morod" and "jazeera". The word "morod" is peculiar to Konkani and is absent in Marathi. Thus, during the rains, the fields get flooded, but the morods never flood. The State of Murud-Janjira...

    Fortification, Maharashtra, Maratha 826  Words | 2  Pages

  • Essay

    that Miss Benare did kill an illegitimate child by Prof. Damle, the missing member of the cast. DEPICTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL VIOLENCE Vijay Tendulkar is a leading contemporary Indian playwright. His Shantata! Court Chalu Ahe(1967) is a well known Marathi play.Priya Adarkar translated it as Silence! The Court is in Session (1978) .He emerged as an artist with national reputation and recognition. In his plays he successfully depicts the social problems. He looks at the problems of society from a new...

    Court, Jury, Marathi people 5590  Words | 14  Pages

  • English Advertisment

    read, write and speak in Marathi. 4.3. The candidate, if married, should have small family as defined under Matrarashtra Civil Services Rule, 2005, notification dated 28ft May, 2005. Candidate shall submit self attested copy of the notaized affidavit to that effect, along with application. 4.4. As per the Government Resolution of General Administration Department of Govt. of Maharashtra bearing No. MKC-1007/C.R.36lDesk 36, dated 10ft July 2008, the candidates having Marathi as their mother tongue...

    Academic degree, Ashok Chavan, Maharashtra 2614  Words | 17  Pages

  • Shivaji Leadership

    cliff caught Tanaji's eye. This side was least guarded as one could not possibly imagine climbing the fort from this steep side. Tanaji decided to scale this cliff to enter the fort. The legend is that, he used a monitor lizard (known as a ghorpad in Marathi named "Yeshwanti" with a rope tied around its body for climbing this cliff 6 on a moonless night. The lizard was made to climb to the top of the fort. As is the characteristic feature of this lizard, it braced and lodged itself in a tight corner...

    Aurangzeb, Maharashtra, Maratha 5951  Words | 17  Pages

  • Silence The Court Is In Session

    go home thinking deeply about the questions that his play brings to the fore. Background Detail Pertaining To The Play The play “Silence ! The Court Is In Session” is an English translation of a play written in marathi in the year 1967 by Vijay Tendulkar. The title of this play in Marathi is “Shantata! Court Chalu Aahe!” Where did the germ of an idea that inspired Tendulkar to write this play come from? The play is based on a short story by Friedrich Dürrenmatt(1921-1990). The short story "Die Panne"...

    Drama, History of theatre, Marathi people 12844  Words | 23  Pages

  • Amish`

    by Mahatma Phule ------- O ------- Biography of Mahatma Phule Dr.Y.D. Phadke. [This brief Life Sketch of Mahatma Jotirao Phule is written by the noted the scholar Dr.Y.D. Phadke. He is the editor of the Collected Words of Mahatma Phule in Marathi. He is also an eminent scholar of Mahatma Phule and the Satyashodhak Movement.] JOTIRAO GOVINDRAO PHULE occupies a unique position among the social reformers of Maharashtra in the nineteenth century. While other reformers concentrated more on...

    Caste system in India, Hinduism, Jyotirao Phule 3012  Words | 8  Pages

  • Pdf Silence! the Court Is in Session - Vijay Tendulkar

    small group, it was rejected by the judges who said it was not play. But later it received The Kamaladevi Chatterpadhyaya award and was translated in fourteen Indian languages. The play was staged all over India in different versions. In a sense Marathi drama found a place on the national map and Tendulkar was recognized at the national level. When asked in an interview: “This play is a caustic satire on the social as well as justice….The mental agony suffered by the girl throughout the play is in...

    India, Judge, Judiciary 2592  Words | 8  Pages

  • 96 kuli

    Clans of Maratha Community Shri Chintamani, Theur Flag of the Maratha EmpireImage:The original photo of god Khandoba temple devhara of Jejuri.jpg :god Khandoba The Marāthās is a collective term referring to an Indo-Aryan group of Hindu, Marathi-speaking castes of Kshatriya, warriors, commoner and peasants, hailing mostly from the Indian state of Maharashtra. They created the Maratha Empire which covered a major part of India in the 17th and 18th centuries. The Marathas constituted an...

    Maharashtra, Maratha, Maratha clan system 13483  Words | 49  Pages

  • Shivaji Maharaj

    his entire lifetime like Sambhaji. This feat demands immense patience and will power. Therefore, given the fight that Sambhaji put forth, should we give weight age to adjectives like frivolous, incapable, impatient, and all other jargons used by Marathi chroniclers OR the adjectives used by Dutch and English as patient, and stubborn warrior is an individual choice. The personal character of Sambhaji was not that bad either, as against that portrayed by some Bakhars. Many a Maratha Sardars were mildly...

    Maharashtra, Maratha, Maratha Empire 8064  Words | 24  Pages

  • A Paper on Ethnicity and Identity Difference

    lot of movements to regain their identity. Marathi people: The Marathi people or Maharashtrians are Indo-Aryan linguistic group, that inhabit the Maharashtra region and state of western India. Their language Marathi is part of the southern group of Indo-Aryan languages. Although their history goes back more than a millennium, the community came to prominence when Maratha warriors under Shivaji Maharaj established the Maratha Empire in 1674. The Marathi people are also known as "Maharashtrians"....

    Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Indo-Aryan peoples 3474  Words | 11  Pages

  • Maratha Empire and Fort

    Raigad fort Raigad (Marathi: is a hill fortress situated in the modern day Raigad district of Maharashtra, India. The Maratha king Shivaji made the fort his capital in 1674 when he was crowned King of a Maratha Kingdom which later developed into the Maratha Empire eventually covering majority of modern day India. The fort, which rises 820 metres (2,700 ft) above sea level, is located in the Sahyadri mountain range. There are approximately 1400–1450 steps leading to the fort, though today a rope-way...

    Maharashtra, Maratha, Maratha Empire 488  Words | 2  Pages

  • Speech on Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

    Ambedkar was born in the British-founded town and military cantonment of Mhow in the Central Provinces (now in Madhya Pradesh). He was the 14th and last child of Ramji Maloji Sakpal and Bhimabai. His family was of Marathi background from the town of Ambavade in the Ratnagiri district of modern-day Maharashtra. They belonged to the Hindu, Mahar caste, who were treated as untouchables and subjected to intense socio-economic discrimination.Belonging to the Kabir Panth, Ramji Sakpal encouraged his children...

    B. R. Ambedkar, Elphinstone College, Hinduism 625  Words | 2  Pages

  • Lokmanya Tilak

    had his primary education at Ratnagiri. His father was then transferred to Poona as Assistant Deputy Educational Inspector. During Bal’s school days, his father regularly made him recite the sub-hashitas, shlokas and other verses in Sanskrit and Marathi. As was customary in those days, Bal got married at a young age in 1871. A year later he lost his father. His uncle Govindrao took charge of the household. On completing his matriculation at the age of sixteen, Bal joined the Deccan College at...

    Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Indian National Congress 55925  Words | 141  Pages

  • skar

    April to 31st August, 2007 in Parabhani district of Maharashtra state to know the coverage of some specific home science areas in selected dailies. On high circulation basis, two national English (Times of India and Indian Express) and two regional Marathi (Sakal and Lokmat) dailies were selected. The findings revealed that out of total 1166 home science articles on selected areas from all four newspapers, maximum articles belonged to human development (56.78%) followed by home science extension education ...

    Average, Developmental psychology, Human 2944  Words | 36  Pages

  • Marathi

    Gutka- A Silent Killer By Anitha Varughese, LCSW Gutka, a form of smokeless tobacco, is a cocktail of tobacco, nicotine, and carcinogens that contains many unhealthy additives such as magnesium carbonate and phenyl ethyl alcohol, along with harmful perfumery compounds including musk ketones and other injurious fragrance compounds (which are known to be dangerous in toiletries). Gutka use is one of the major causes of oral cancer in India, is one of India.s most serious social problems, and is also...

    Areca catechu, Areca nut, Chewing tobacco 758  Words | 2  Pages

  • Ascasd

    No. ENGLISH Hindi Sanskrit Candidates Latest Photo Female Others Un Married ST BC Rural... Premium Netaji Subhashchandra Bhose Hindi Essay : 28th March 1977. Father name : Mr.Sudhakar K. Chaware Languages Known : Hindi, Marathi & English. Marital Status : Married Hobbies : Music, Badminton... Premium Hindi Dalit Literature issue, guest edited by Navaria and the Delhi-based Hindi Dalit writer and critic Sheoraj Singh Bechain, featured interviews...

    English language, Essay, Hindi 740  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marathi Essays

    Web-based software, storage, and other services are enticing alternatives to do-it-yourself IT. But different cloud vendors have different strengths. W HEN PEOPLE TALK ABOUT “plugging into the IT cloud,” they generally have something very simple in mind— browser access to an application hosted on the Web. Cloud computing is certainly that, but it’s also much more. What follows is the longer, more detailed explanation. With so much happening in the technology industry around cloud computing...

    Amazon Web Services, Amazon.com, Azure Services Platform 4223  Words | 12  Pages

  • Languages of India and Millet Bengali

    Jowari, Juar Kannada : Jola Marathi : Jowari, Jondhala Oriya : Juara Punjabi : Jowar Tamil : Cholam Telugu : Jonna Bengali: Jowar Gujarati: Jowari, Juar Hindi : Jowari, Juar Kannada : Jola Marathi : Jowari, Jondhala Oriya : Juara Punjabi : Jowar Tamil : Cholam Telugu : Jonna English : Spiked Millet/Pearl Millet Bengali : Bajra Gujarati : Bajri Hindi : Bajra Kannada : Sajje Marathi : Bajri Oriya : Bajra Punjabi...

    Abugida, India, Indo-Aryan languages 392  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sociology

    award was conferred on _____________.   a) Usha Jadhav for Marathi film Dhaag b) Aarti Anklekar Tikekar for Marathi film Samhita c) Namrata Rao for Kahaani d) Rituporno Ghosh for Chitrangada   The correct answer is a) Usha Jadhav for Marathi film Dhaag   3. In National Film Awards 2013, the award for Best Director was conferred on ____________.   a) Shivaji Lotan Patil for the film Dhag (Marathi) b) Usha Jadhav for Marathi film Dhag c) Annu Kapoor for Vicky Donor d) Virendra Pratap...

    Pope, Pope Benedict XVI, Pope John Paul II 688  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hindi Nibandh on Advantages of Mobile and Disadvantage

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    Dalit, Following, Government of India 17799  Words | 55  Pages

  • Stri Bhrun Hatya Essay in Marathi

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    Demography, India, Max Weber 4848  Words | 28  Pages

  • Lata Mangeshkar: A Brief Biography

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    Asha Bhosle, Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, Bollywood 581  Words | 3  Pages

  • litrearture rewise

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    Computer software, Microsoft, Shivaji 346  Words | 3  Pages

  • Segmentation in India

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    Bourgeoisie, India, Indo-Aryan languages 448  Words | 3  Pages

  • Social Reformers of India

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    Bengal, Hinduism, India 2299  Words | 7  Pages

  • Brief Gerographic background of from where Anna Hazare was born

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    Ahmednagar, Goa, India 1236  Words | 5  Pages

  • syllabus jnvu

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    1945, Geography, India 662  Words | 2  Pages

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