• Hinglish
    languages with scripts connected mainly to one language and its script (Sanskrit – or Prakrit from which Sanskrit is claimed to have evolved – and brahmi). Unfortunately, India’s Founding Fathers, in their well-intentioned zeal to model our polity on Westminster-style democracy (rather than on, say...
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  • All About Eassy
    : ‘Lumbini’ is not Sanskrit[4] nor has it come from any other Indo-European languages. What could be the root of this word ? Could it have come from Magar language of central Nepal or any other local languages in the area ? If yes, what could have been the relationship of Lumbini to the Magar...
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  • My college essay
    Sanskrit and Hindi. I am also glad saying that I went to an English medium school where I learnt English as my first language. There are many misconceptions regarding English being taught in schools, but that is not true. There are hundreds of schools only in my city that require English as first...
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  • Foreword to Kanthapura
    shades and omissions of a certain thought-movement that looks maltreated in an alien language. I use the word ‘alien’, yet English is not really an alien language to us. It is the language of our intellectual make-up, like Sanskrit or Persian was before, but not of our emotional make-up. We are all...
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  • German History
    subsequently landed a job in a field listed as “Old Regime Europe.” This rubric reflects the discipline’s conventional wisdom that the end of the eighteenth century is so fundamental a watershed that departments should rarely entrust any one person to straddle both sides of it. I soon found myself...
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  • Learning a Language
    Whenever one learns a language, it is always wise to learn how to speak the language in addition to learning how to read and write the language. It is wise to learn all the aspects of the language because, learning only one aspect of the knowledge can only take you so far. When beginning to learn a...
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  • Essays
    , with a swish, Kicking his way down through the air to the ground. So was I once myself a swinger of birches. And so I dream of going back to be. It's when I'm weary of considerations, And life is too much like a pathless wood Where your face burns and tickles with the cobwebs Broken across it...
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  • Nagendra Mishra Resume
    . | | |10+2 (Commerce) from U.P. Board, in 2002 with 63% Marks. | | |10th (Sanskrit) from Varanasi. Board, in 2000 with 59% Marks...
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  • Education in Ancient India - Handbook of Oriental Studies
    sectarian differences. Sanskrit as the language of religion, philosophy and scholarship, though rooted in Northwestern and Northern India, has served as a unifying bond and as a means of communication for more than two millennia, enabling speakers of various mother tongues to interact as Latin once...
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  • Learning to Cope Up with Life in the Flat World
    school. The good decision was that the teachers for Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics were really good in that School but unfortunately that school did not have computer science subject. Instead I had to take a subject on one of the very ancient language learning called “Sanskrit” which was totally...
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  • resume
    . DOB: 18 2. Gender: Male 3. Languages Known: English, Hindi, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Sanskrit 4. Interests and hobbies: Shopping, reading, travelling, playing outdoor games 5. Present Job: Fashion Researcher at WGSN (4 months) 6 . References: 1. Mr.Ranjan Saha – Course...
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  • Chemistry in Life
    Chemistry | | Languages Known : |Read |Write |Speak | |English |English...
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  • Rizal
    . It is necessary, however, to know other dialects."  By the end of his exile in Dapitan on July 31, 1896, Rizal had become one of the world's great linguists. He knew 22 languages, namely, Tagalog, Ilokano, Spanish, Portuguese, Latin, Greek, Sanskrit, English, French, German, Arabic, Hebrew...
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  • The Rosetta Stone
    information about this stone, its discovery, its importance and its meaning. To begin, I will introduce you about myself, and my relationship to the Rosetta stone; as I mentioned before my name is Jean-François Champollion I have studied the Greek and Latin cultures and languages as well as Persian...
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  • Word 2007 Doc
    made no difference to the meter. A number of other ancient languages also used quantitative meter, such as Sanskrit and Classical Arabic (but not Biblical Hebrew). Feet In most Western classical poetic traditions, the meter of a verse can be described as a sequence of feet,[1] each foot being a...
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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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  • 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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  • Vedic Influence on Western Philosophy
    Upanishads into German. At this time, the Indo-European language group became especially interested in translating texts from ancient cultures into Greco-Roman languages to try to tie together the different societies. During his Sanskrit studies, Müller became fascinated in Indian culture. In studying the...
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  • Hindi Nationalism
    the language they used to speak; such was the effect of “Hindi”. It has been discovered that the large number of students who fail in Hindi are from the Hindi belt only, because “Hindi” has robbed them of their mother tongue. I have experienced it myself, I belong to the Hindi belt and even after...
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  • Frontmatter of Telugu to English Dictionary
    detail. A noteworthy feature of Telugu, which it shares with English, is the great size of its vocabulary. This can partly be ascribed to the ease with which Telugu accepts and assimilateswords derived from Sanskrit. Just as English, a Germanic language, has a high proportion of words that are of...
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