• Essays
    and made repair  Where they have left not one stone on a stone,  But they would have the rabbit out of hiding,  To please the yelping dogs. The gaps I mean,  No one has seen them made or heard them made,  But at spring mending-time we find them there.  I let my neighbour know beyond the hill...
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  • Hinduism
    we cannot imagine infinite. We must accept the finite person, whom I love like a friend, like father, like son, like mother, and like lover. When I think he is my lover, I can always think of him. When I think of him as my father, when I’m in trouble, I pray to him, to ask him to save me.” When I...
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  • My Favourite Poet
    Hanif Mirza Professor Marsh ENG 1104 38 25 Feb. 2013 My favorite Poet Throughout the twenty one years of my life. I have had the privilege of knowing about many poets and dramatists. However, there is one particular poet whose name is...
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  • The Book
    what you know, and what you can do. Menander Yes, know thyself: in great concerns or small, Be this thy care, for this, my friend, is all. Juvenal Men soon the faults of others learn A few their virtues, too, find out; But is there one—I have a doubt— Who can his own defects discern? Sanskrit...
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  • Marriage in Hinduism
    , when a woman is old enough to get married word passes through a close-knit network or relatives, friends and associates that she is looking for a husband. Her parents will then consult a priest and a horoscope is drawn up. Someone who suits her personality is sought out by her parents and relations...
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  • Indian History
    languages and translate texts. He translated several Sanskrit works, including Patanjali’s work on grammar, into Arabic. For his Brahmana friends, he translated the works of Euclid (a Greek mathematician) into Sanskrit. T li R b E u C p N re © e b to t o n 1. Al-Biruni and the Kitab-ul-Hind...
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  • Rizal in Dapitan
    the third had six sides. In a latter to his friend, Ferdinand Blumentritt, on December 19, 1893, Rizal described his peaceful life in Dapitan. "I shall tell you how we lived here. I have three houses-one square, another hexagonal, and the third octagonal. All these houses are made of bamboo...
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  • Eminent Scholars
    . Narasimham saw one of Krishnakumari’s early poems, brundagaanam [group song], was impressed by the poem and her handwriting, and invited Krishnakumari to be the scribe for the magazine. Her poem, visakha naa neccheli [Visakha, my Best Friend], written in 1977, speaks of the special place she holds in...
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  • Concretization
    the image results are countless crosses, Taijitu’s, words in Sanskrit and other philosophical or religious symbols. Riddled among these are famous rapper “lil wayne”, actress Angelina Jolie and pop celebrity Pamela Anderson. I do not necessarily condone assumptions, however, I believe it would be...
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  • Facts about Jose Rizal
    playboy having a lot of girls mentioned in his autobiography and until now many believe that he really had a lot of girlfriends but the truth is that he only had few real relationships. The other girls were all just flings. and some were just plain friends. His poem Mi Retiro (My Retreat) was written...
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  • Comparison Between Hindi and Urdu
    of other integral linguistic aspects. Thus it becomes extremely difficult to draw a clear boundary line between Hindi and Urdu. Emperically you can ascertain if a word-form has been borrowed from Sanskrit or Perso-Arabic but that does not necessarily infer that the sample observed is Hindi or Urdu...
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  • uniqueness in names
    of research online due to the fact that my name did not turn up in any books that I looked at and I found that my name means priceless or invaluable and comes from the ancient Indian language called Sanskrit which was used before 1200 b.c. My last name Singh is one of the most if not the most common...
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  • Jose Rizal
    of wrestling, Rizal challenged Pedro to a fistfight. Rizal won and became popular as he proved himself a worthy opponent. Rizal was a Hyperpolyglot. He mastered 22 languages: Filipino, Ilokano, Bisayan, Subanon, Latin, Spanish, Greek, English, French, German, Arabic, Malay, Sanskrit, Hebrew, Dutch...
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  • dalit consciousness in outcaste akkarmashi
    heartfelt thanks to all the faculty of the department of English who have extended helping hands in completing my thesis successfully, especially to Dr. Joji John Panicker who was the prime source of motivation I also convey my sincere thanks to all my friends who have supported me. Last but not the...
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  • vrindavan
    ancient name of the city, Brindavana, comes from its groves of 'Brinda' Ocimum tenuiflorum (Holy Basil or tulasi) with vana (Sanskrit: वन) meaning a groveor a forest.[1] Two small groves still exist at Nidhivan and Seva Kunj. History Vrindavan has an ancient past, associated with Hindu history, and...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    . Wonderlane on Flickr.com More Images (3) Ads How to Convert to Islamwww.IslamReligion.com/Convert-IslamWhy and how to convert to Islam with Live Help through 1-to-1 chat Join Facebook Todaywww.Facebook.comPlay Games, Chat Friends & Follow Interests. Create a Profile Now! 2 Christian...
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  • Ashu
    about the company in their website www.amul.co.in. Last but not least I wish to avail myself of this opportunity, express a sense of gratitude and love to my friends and my beloved parents as well as siblings for their manual support, strength, help and for everything. INTRODUCTION Amul, acronym...
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  • Why Do We Kiss?
    bonds and relationships with this unique behavior. What’s remarkable about kissing is that historians are unfamiliar with early history of kissing; some speculate that as far back as 1500 BC in India four Vedic Sanskrit texts written in that time period describe people kissing. This does not imply...
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  • Importance of Spiritual Practices
    I salute you, who are all pervading, victorious, bearer of conch and discus, beloved of Rukmini, consort of Janaki (Sita), the very life of the gopis, supremely adorable, my own self, destroyer of Kamsa, and the bearer of the flute. Om Namo Narayanaya Respected Pravrajika Ishtaprana Mataji, dear...
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  • Education in Ancient India - Handbook of Oriental Studies
    Sanskrit and Prakrit, their friends know "all" languages, and a scribe should also know all languages, have neat handwriting, and know various scripts.18 Indeed, the great poets have written dramas that employ Sanskrit as well as several Prakrit dialects, and there were styles of poetry called misrd and...
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