• Organized Greek Games
    . Out of all these festivals, The Olympic Games was the most influential and oldest and it was for honor of Zeus. Olympic Games were held every four year in same place which is in the north western tip of Peloponnesus. The Olympics were of fundamental religious importance, contests alternating with...
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  • Ghuthisystem in Nepal
    Raj (Government) Guthis in the country, which are meant for maintaining religious and social establishments, supporting various festivals and rituals and supporting other social and religious activities. 3.3 The functional pane of this organization is- * To maintain and preserve religious...
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  • Accounting
    , Taoism and Confucianism, while Christianity came into practice during Colonial period. They believe on presence of spiritual causes behind bad health and personal problems and consult spirit medium for cure. Qing Ming festival and Hungry Ghost festival are famous religious festivals. Chinese give...
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  • globalisation
    western players. 5. Festivals: Positive impact: a. Western festivals like valantines day, friendship day etc are spreading across India. Negative impact: a. Importance of our traditional native festivals getting decreased. b. Sacred component in our religious festivals is getting decreased...
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  • heritage assessment
    festival. All these communities are very strong in their faith, belief and tradition and are related to religious festival. They belief divine protection is part of restoration of health. Greece has history of healthy lifestyle since from beginning they look into the cause than the symptoms. Health...
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  • Ghost, Are They Real?
    many people have suspected that spirits are very real. What reasons can you give for saying that they are wrong? Don’t virtually all religions declare that reality is more than the material world around us? Can a person even claim to be religious without believing that there is more to reality than...
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  • Japan's Multiple Religious Belief Systems
    Japanese people are more or less willing to accept new deities. Furthermore, a major aspect in the practice of Shinto is participation in many festivals. While the festivals that take place in shrines, carry meanings and of great importance to the shrines’ worshipers, they usually includes stalls...
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  • ISLAM AND THE FUTURE OF EGUNGUN FESTIVAL IN IWO
    exchange visits and receive different gifts from their loved ones. It is a special time for hospitality when people give and receive freely. Egungun festival in Iwo is functional to social cohesion and solidarity. It gives rhythm to the social, political, religious and everyday life of the town...
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  • Somia Foundation
    . What is the purpose of celebrating a festival? 10. When does shab – e - barate take place? 11. Name the religious festivals of the Muslims? 12. What kind of condition was imposed on the prisoners of the battle of Badr? 13. What is the importance of ‘Lok mela’. 14. What important...
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  • National Integration
    and that the Indian nation has a multitude of castes, creed, color, conviction, culture, cuisine, costume and custom; and yet we are one. Everywhere they observed festivals dedicated to seasons and harvests. They felt heartened by the pride displayed during national festivals. They both return home...
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  • Religious Education Sba
    THE IMPORTANCE OF FESTIVALS IN THE BAPTIST CHURCH This School Based Assessment (SBA) has been conducted in accordance with the requirements for the General Proficiency Social Studies CXC Examinations – May – June 2013 Candidate’s Name: Wilkiens Martin Teacher’s Name: Mrs Rose Edwards...
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  • Religious Tourism
    discovery via religious tourism. The importance of Asia and the Pacific in religious tourism is seen by the fact that of an estimated 600 million religious and spiritual voyages, 40% were in Europe and around half in Asia. However, some fundamental problems like the measuring of tourism flows raised...
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  • Advantages of Festivals
    ). These festival celebrattions have got following advantages: 1. Increase the relations among the people 2. Create an opportunity to the people of community to share their feeling and exchange their ideas and thoughts.Additional help to discuss their problems also. 3.If we consider the families...
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  • Tourism in Assam: Status and Prospects
    preservation of wildlife in the state. The five National Parks – Kaziranga, Manas, Nameri, Orang and Dibru-Saikhowa Poaching a big problem (b) Religious Barpeta, Battadwara, hajo, Kamakhya, Surya pahar (c) Historical Digboi, Sibasagar, tezpur (d) Others 3. Guwahati: Kamakhya on the...
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  • Basant Should Not Be Banned
    lives. But there are some people especially religious ones who raise the point of Basant being a Hindu festival and demand a ban on it. Actually this is not the case; this is just wrong accusation made by these people to show their importance in the community. The Hindu festival which these...
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  • About Kanpur
    the traffic problem state government and local administration have planned to set up metro service in city known as KANPUR METRO. Owing to the city's industrial importance, one of the few branches of the Reserve Banks of India and Institute of Chartered Accountants of India were established in the...
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  • The Choice of Celebration of the Young Generation Forecast Social Change
    the youngster to describe that, how they observe their religious festival, most of them said that, they observe their religious festival as it is said in their religion from the core of their heart with their family. Eid- Ul- Fitr is the most famous festival of young generation. 14. When we...
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  • East Asian Buddhism
    forged approximately eighty years earlier that serves as the basis of the ghost festival, The Sutra on Repaying the Kindness by Making Offerings (also referred to as Bao en feng pen jing). As Alan Cole, Professor of Religious Studies at Lewis and Clark College cites in his book Mothers and Sons in...
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  • Ancient Roman Religion
    Jesus. Romans however, were much more dedicated, having feasts and days off to give sacrifices to the Gods and worship. In terms of the festival Saturnalia, if worship was not obeyed, it was believed that the Gods would cease their benevolence. In Source C, it emanated how if the religious rites were...
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  • Cultural Tourism
    ESSAY PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF CULTURAL TOURISM IN KERALA INTRODUCTION Tourism is an economic activity of global importance. It is the temporary movement of people from one place to another mainly for pleasure. It is a rapidly growing industry which provides employment opportunities to...
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