• Linguistic Perspectives and Existential Anxiety in Arun Kolatkar’s Poems
    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...
    Premium 2114 Words 9 Pages
  • Hinglish
    A “mother tongue” is quite literally the language of the speaker’s mother. However, a child is not born with knowledge of this language nor is it something which is genetically transmitted. According to linguists, children can learn easily whichever languages they are exposed to till around the age of...
    Premium 27301 Words 110 Pages
  • Essay
    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...
    Premium 5590 Words 23 Pages
  • Indian Literature
    Literature Abroad (ILA) With 22 scheduled languages, 122 regional languages, four classical languages, (Sanskrit, Tamil, Kannada and Telugu) thousands of mother tongues and countless dialects, India can claim a unique linguistic and literary history. The different language clusters in India are distinctive...
    Premium 11743 Words 47 Pages
  • Sdsdfs
    written about my own experiences and about what I have seen in others around me. I have been true to all this and have not cheated my generation. I did not attempt to simplify matters and issues for the audience when presenting my plays, though that would have been easier occupation …. My plays … contain...
    Premium 6876 Words 28 Pages
  • Arun Kolatkar
    any difference. The result is always the same: She wins, I lose. But sometimes when her tigers are on the rampage, and I've lost half my herd of sheep, help comes from unexpected quarters: Above. The Rusty Shield Bearer, neutral till then, para-drops a winning flower — ...
    Premium 8104 Words 33 Pages
  • Rudali
    a sociological discourse of Dalit woman’s experiences in the post colonial India. In his introduction to Poisoned Bread: Translation from Modern Marathi Dalit Literature, Arjun Dangle gave a genesis of Dalit literature and discussed how it became popular among academic personages. He noted that Dalit...
    Premium 2012 Words 9 Pages
  • knnnokju huh
    Term Papers and College Essay Examples Welcome to All Free Essays, where you can search essays, term papers and reports written by students for free! Search Accessing Free Term Papers It's easy to access all of our free essays and term papers. We simply ask that students create...
    Premium 1611 Words 7 Pages
  • Role of English in India
    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, 2010, pp. 83-116 (eds. S. I. Hasnain & S. Chaudhary) Abstract Introduced by the British colonization...
    Premium 15807 Words 64 Pages
  • Indian Regional Journalism
    Sem 5 Index  Introduction Vernacular Press 1800-1901 Vernacular Press 1901-2007 The Bengali Press The Hindi Press The Marathi Press The Malyalam Press The Telegu Press The Urdu Press The turning point Conclusion Introduction It is impossible to ascertain many things about the regional...
    Premium 23049 Words 93 Pages
  • Hello
    expand each golden nugget. – Amazon.com The Argumentative Indian: Writings on Indian History, Culture and Identity – Amartya Sen These illuminating essays from Nobel Prize–winning economist Sen offer a timely and cogent examination of the country's long history of heterodoxy and public discourse. Sen...
    Premium 1845 Words 8 Pages
  • Nissim Ezekiel and A.K. Ramanujan
    4 Some of his well-known poems > Early life Ezekiel was born in Bombay (now Mumbai Mumbai). Ezekiel's father was a botany professor and his mother, principal of her own school. He belonged to Mumbai's small 'Bene Israel' Jewish community. In 1947, Ezekiel did his Masters in literature from Wilson...
    Premium 2134 Words 9 Pages
  • Dr Br Ambedkar
    of Mhow in the Central Provinces(now in Madhya Pradesh).[7] He was the 14th and last child of Ramji Maloji Sakpal and Bhimabai.[8] His family was of Marathi background from the town of Ambavade (Mandangad taluka) in Ratnagiri district of modern-day Maharashtra. They belonged to the Mahar caste, who were...
    Premium 6431 Words 26 Pages
  • Swapnil
    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...
    Premium 4636 Words 19 Pages
  • The Factors That Play Into Making My Future
    The Factors That Play Into Making My Future Every living thing is born with their own sequence of DNA that has been passed down in its family for generations. DNA is what individually defines every living organism. DNA can be found in every, single cell in the human body, making it easy to differentiate...
    Premium 1366 Words 6 Pages
  • Song
    bloodaxeblogs.blogspot.com Arun Balkrishna Kolatkar was a poet from Maharashtra, India. Writing in both Marathi and English, his poems found humor in many everyday matters. His poetry had an influence on modern Marathi poets. Wikipedia Born: November 1, 1932, KolhapurDied: September 25, 2004, PuneBooks: Jejuri...
    Premium 830 Words 4 Pages
  • National Integration
    culture lending cultural wholeness to the country. A mother from the Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh is tenderly bathing her infant and singing sonorously of a bird which says: I have taken my bath, diving in the Ganga, I have said my prayers, eaten my rice and am ready, while the lazy ones are still asleep...
    Premium 1498 Words 6 Pages
  • dalit consciousness in outcaste akkarmashi
    certify that the thesis entitled “Limbale’s outcaste as an awakening dalit consciousness” is a bonafide record of research carried out by Ajith P.C under my supervision and guidance and that no part of this thesis has been presented earlier for the award of any degree or diploma. Kottayam ...
    Premium 5968 Words 24 Pages
  • social reformers
    capital was Kapilavastu, and who were later annexed by the growing Kingdom of Kosala during the Buddha's lifetime. Gautama was the family name. His mother, Queen Maha Maya (Māyādevī) and Suddhodana's wife, was a Koliyan princess. Legend has it that, on the night Siddhartha was conceived, Queen Maya dreamt...
    Premium 76239 Words 305 Pages
  • Patricia Uberoi and her contribution to the sociology of gender
    missed. Thank you for all your wonderful work and for your enormous support over all these years. X Dear Patricia, My belated wishes to you both (among the two most important people in my life) for Teachers Day. Y When Patricia Uberoi handed over the files of Contributions to Indian Sociology (CIS)...
    Premium 3354 Words 14 Pages