• My Favourite Poet
    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 etched in my memory. Whenever somebody asks about my favorite poet, his name will automatically flash into my mind...
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  • Eliot as Dramatist
    crisis. "The point of view which I am struggling to attack is perhaps related to the metaphysical theory of the substantial unity of the soul: for my meaning is, that the poet has, not a 'personality' to express, but a particular medium, which is only a medium and not a personality, in which impressions...
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  • message
    invented in India, just so much as the ten numerals, the very cornerstone of all present civilization, were discovered in India, and are in reality, Sanskrit words. "In philosophy we are even now head and shoulders above any other nation, as Schopenhauer, the great German philosopher, has confessed. In...
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  • Communications
    I strive on an everyday basis to achieve my goals and make a great effort in everything and anything. For an example, I have always strived my best to do well in all my classes especially my Advanced Placement classes that enhances my abilities to further my education. I would like to be a doctor so...
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  • Rizal in Dapitan
    And the third house was the barn where he kept his chickens. The second house had eight sides, while 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...
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  • Indian Culture
    prepared for parents so that they understand the problems of children. I am hopeful that a lot of suggestions will come from our youngsters, their friends and their parents. Hard labor has been put forward by the staff of our University Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya and many others. Special efforts have...
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  • uniqueness in names
    whole life, from the relationships you develop to the opportunities in life that you are offered. A person with a unique/different name may not make friends as easily and may not be as social because of the shame of having a different name. The drama that comes with unique names is a lot to handle for some...
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  • World Literature Reviewer
    for one of the five major religions Sanskrit- oldest extant Aryan language, used in most Ancient Indian literature 2 Periods of Indian Literature 1) Vedic Period- 1500 B.C. to 200 B.C., writings were made up of religious and lyric poetry 2) Sanskrit Period- 200 B.C. to present, distinctive...
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  • Indian History
    him to compare 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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  • Jose Rizal
    was a Hyperpolyglot. He mastered 22 languages: Filipino, Ilokano, Bisayan, Subanon, Latin, Spanish, Greek, English, French, German, Arabic, Malay, Sanskrit, Hebrew, Dutch, Catalan, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Portugese, Swedish and Russian. Rizal was addressed by his European lover as the “little bad...
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  • Why Do We Kiss?
    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 that the Indians were the first to kiss or that nobody kissed before...
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  • Essentials of Hindutva
    's' in Sanskrit is at times changed into h in some of the Prakrit languages, both Indian and non-Indian. For example, the word Sapta has become Hapta not only in Indian Prakrits but also in the European languages too: we have Hapta i.e., week, in India and 'Heptarchy' in Europe, Kesari in Sanskrit becomes...
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  • vrindavan
    the Yamuna river. The 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...
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  • The Need for Subaltern Literature
    Importance of subaltern literature- a teleological approach Dear and Rev. Father Principal, respected staff, my beloved students, friends, ladies and gentlemen. I feel a bit circumscribed in to stand before you to deliver this keynote address. I feel so, because I am not a literature student, nor am...
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  • Hinduism
    came to this country. Raised as a Methodist and brought up with Christian beliefs and an Indian culture I still remember all the wonderful diversity my native land offers. A nation of contrasts, India contains both developed industrial structure and an impoverished majority living traditional lives...
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  • Jose Rizal Life and Writings
    spot he chose was the Library of the British Museum, the greatest library in the world. Rizal's own story of his voyage to England, written to his friend Mariano Ponce after he reached London, will interest Filipinos and Americans alike. (01) Nearly every sentence of the first paragraph was packed with...
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  • bharata
    flowing in the Shivalik mountain ranges Himalayas. The child was found by a Rishi or Sage called Kanva surrounded and protected by birds (Shakunton in Sanskrit), and so she was named "Shakuntala". Śakuntalā, the mother of Emperor Bharata, painted by Raja Ravi Varma. Shakuntala was brought up by Sage Kanva in...
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  • Essay
    tools" like rulers and protractors. Panini (of Shalatula) (ca 520-460 BC) Gandhara (India) Panini's great accomplishment was his study of the Sanskrit language, especially in his text Ashtadhyayi. Although this work might be considered the very first study of linguistics or grammar, it used a non-obvious...
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  • Papers
    152 Literary Treasure in English 152 English as an Optional Language 153 Sanskrit and Education 153 Sanskrit and Other Languages 154 Sanskrit Scriptures 155 Sanskrit versus State Languages 155 Pronunciation 156 Languages versus Composite Culture...
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  • 100 Test Item
    ___________ too quickly. a. Drives b. Drive c. Drove 12. German __________ a difficult language to learn. a. Has b. Is c. Are 13. My brother ____________ to buy a new car. a. Want b. Wants c. Wanting 14. The teacher ____________ French and English. a. Knows ...
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