"Salient Features Of Indian Society" Essays and Research Papers

  • Salient Features Of Indian Society

    Features of Indian Society Society is group of people interacting with each other due to similarities among them as well as differences among them. Our Indian society is said to have “Unity in diversity”. Our preamble recognizes India as a Union of States only because of the vast diversity. some of the features of Indian society are as follows: Hindu way of life: Hindu religion is the indigenous religion of India. And it is said that tolerance and non-violence of Hindu way of life shape the nation...

    Caste, Endogamy, Family 877  Words | 3  Pages

  • features of Indian constitution

    What are the 16 Salient Features of Indian Constitution? The Constitution of India has some outstanding features which distinguish it from other constitutions. The framers of our constitution studied other constitutions, selected their valuable features and put them with necessary modifications in our constitution. Ours is not a borrowed constitution, though it has been influenced by other constitutions. The framers of the constitution of India did not aim at a completely new or original...

    Constitution, Constitution of India, Government of India 1522  Words | 6  Pages

  • Salient Features of Romanticism

    3(a) Discuss the salient features of Romanticism. Romanticism is a movement in art and literature in the eighteenth and nineteenth century in revolt against the neo-classicism of the previous centuries. It is the direct outcome of French Revolution. The French Revolution directly inspired by Rousseauism, had its influence on the Romantic Poets, both in its revolutionary ideals and in its excess of terror. This imaginative literature of the early nineteenth century found its creative impulse in the...

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, John Keats, Mary Shelley 1311  Words | 4  Pages

  • Salient Features of Indian Economy

    Salient Features of Indian Economy Promotion of Foreign Investment and Business” PART-II Paradigm shift There have been fundamental and irreversible changes in the economy, government policies, outlook of business and industry, and in the mindset of the Indians in general. 1. From a shortage economy of food and foreign exchange, India has now become a surplus one. 2. From an agro based economy it has emerged as a service oriented one. 3. From the low-growth of the past, the economy...

    August 2003, December 2003, India 8298  Words | 21  Pages

  • Some Basic Features of Indian Heritage

    SOME BASIC FEATURES OF INDIAN HERITAGE M.G. Prasad, 1 Osborne Terrace, Maplewood, NJ 07040 Introduction: Every society through the history of time has developed certain characteristic features that describe that society. These features form the core of the society’s thinking. Industrial revolution, technological developments, global communications, world markets, consumerism etc, have made impact on all societies of the world. However, the Indian heritage has retained certain basic features that intrinsically...

    Hinduism, Human, India 938  Words | 3  Pages

  • Status of Women in Indian Society

    of Women in Indian Society Abstract: The worth of a civilization can be judged by the place given to women in the society. One of several factors that justify the greatness of India's ancient culture is the honorable place granted to women. The Muslim influence on India caused considerable deterioration in the status of women. They were deprived of their rights of equality with men. Raja Ram Mohan Roy started a movement against this inequality and subjugation. The contact of Indian culture with...

    Bengal Renaissance, Brahmo Samaj, India 2175  Words | 6  Pages

  • Sati: Human and Indian Society

    socio-cultural life in India. Religious faiths and social customs are two sensitive aspects with which Indians are emotionally involved. Little amount of interference might lead to unrest and resentment against the British Rule. Only after 1813, when the British felt politically safe and secured they stopped forward for introducing changes for transformation or modernization of Indian society and culture. Two factors primarily promoted the British to introduce a series of reforms for modernization...

    Human, India, Lord George Bentinck 1397  Words | 5  Pages

  • What Are the Salient Features of Blake’s Poetry?

    What are the salient features of Blake’s poetry? Of all the romantic poets of the eighteenth century, William Blake (1757-1827) is the most independent and the most original. In his earliest work, written when he was scarcely more than a child, he seems to go back to the Elizabethan song writers for his models; but for the greater part of his life he was the poet of inspiration alone, following no man’s lead, and obeying no voice but that which he heard in his own mystic soul. Though the most...

    Emanuel Swedenborg, John Milton, Poetical Sketches 843  Words | 3  Pages

  • Superstitions in Indian Society

    Superstitions in Indian Society Superstitions are a commonly witnessed phenomenon. They can be seen anywhere, anytime, whether at home, in office or on the way. People of every caste, creed or community are superstitious. Though the forms of superstition may vary, their presence can be felt in every society. It is a universal phenomenon. Even the people of highly rational West are superstitious. It is an integral part of human society. To stop all of a sudden to see a cat crossing our path is a...

    India, Luck, Physical therapy 1674  Words | 5  Pages

  • Status of Woman in Indian Society

    STATUS OF WOMEN IN THE PAST TO THE PRESENT Ancient India:- In ancient India, the women enjoyed equal status with men in all fields of life. Works by ancient Indian grammarians such as Patanjali and Katyayana suggest that women were educated in the early Vedic period. Rigvedic verses suggest that the women married at a mature age and were probably free to select their husband. Scriptures such as Rig Veda and Upanishads mention several women sages and seers, notably Gargi and Maitreyi. According...

    Bengal, British Raj, History of India 1240  Words | 4  Pages

  • Status of Women in Indian Society... a Study

    settle the conflicting positions that had arisen in certain cases is called 'Judicial Activism'. The equity court- and common law courts were merged with the passing of the Judicature .Act, I875. Judicial Activism in India: The significant feature of Indian Constitution is partial separation of powers. -The doctrine of separation of powers was propounded by the French Jurist, contesqeu. It is partly adopted tit India since the executive powers are vested in the president, Legislative powers tit...

    Bench, Common law, Court 1378  Words | 5  Pages

  • salient features

    SALIENT FEATURES OF COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING 1. Accounting is the method in which financial information is gathered, processed, and summarized into financial statements and reports. An accounting system can be represented by the following graphic. 1.1 The Accounting System The purpose of accounting is to provide information used in decision making. Accounting may be viewed as a system (a process) that converts data into useful information. Information processes include: Recording Maintaining Reporting...

    Accounting software, Business process, Critical thinking 445  Words | 1  Pages

  • Louis Xvi of France and Indian Constitution

    citizen have an equal role in decision- making? SHORT ANSWER TYPE QUESTION Q1 Examine three basic guidelines agreed upon before the drafting of Indian constitution. Q2 Explain any three arguments in favor of democracy. Q3 explain the efforts made to form a new constitution after attaining democracy in South Africa. Q4 Why factors helped the Indian leaders to develop the constitution. Explain any three. Q5 Why are changes needed in the Constitution? Explain any three reasons. Q6 ‘The south...

    Democracy, France, French Revolution 499  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Ethos and Values

    INDIAN ETHOS MANAGMENET: Oxford defines ethos as “The characteristic Spirit and Beliefs of community/ people” which distinguishes one culture from the other. Indian ethos is drawn from the Vedas, the Ramayana, Mahabharat, the Bhagwadgita, and Upnishads. Right from the Vedic age it has been discovered two basic universal truths of life. 1. The essential infinitude and divinity of all souls. 2. The essential oneness and solidarity of universe and all life. The first truth was...

    Culture, Dharma, Family 1510  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role of Women in Indian Society

    ROLE OF WOMEN: It is true that the worth of a civilization can be measured by the place that it gives to women in the society. It is also true that where women are honored, there gods live. Indian Women in the past enjoyed an exalted position in the society. They  excelled in various spheres of life and enjoyed every kind of liberty to develop themselves, socially, morally and intellectually. However, the position did not remain the same for long. During Muslim and British rule, her position was...

    Childbirth, Coretta Scott King, Gender 1027  Words | 3  Pages

  • Is Racism a Permanent Feature of American Society?

    Is Racism a Permanent Feature of American Society? Racism is a Permanent Feature of American Society. Racism has been around since the 1750s. If you look at Ancient Greco-Roman slavery, you will see that they enslaved other Caucasians. Even the African slave trade was driven by West African Kingdoms. Racism is going to be around for a long time. Racism is not all about the race of someone. It can also be classified as not accepting someone who is handicap, obesity, the way people dress or there...

    African American, Ku Klux Klan, Race 964  Words | 3  Pages

  • Is Racism a Permeanent Feature of American Society

    “Issue # 9: Is Racism a Permanent Feature of American Society?” In the article, Is Racism a Permanent Feature of American Society?, Derrick Bell and Dinesh D’Souza descriptively express their views on the question proposed. Derrick bell is a scholar and authority on civil rights and constitutional law. Dinesh D’ Souza is also a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. Both do agree that Yes racism still exist in America yet have different positions on whether or not racism has an effect...

    African American, Black people, Dinesh D'Souza 987  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Indian Act and Its Effect on Modern Society

    The Indian Act and its Effect on Modern Society The Indian Act is one of the most outdated and irrelevant pieces of legislature ever written. In 1876, the Crown consolidated all existing laws pertaining to Indians, and called this new document the Indian Act. They did not solicit input from Aboriginal people and in fact, at that time, Aboriginal people were not even allowed to vote for or against the politicians who were creating this Act. If this Act was written in 1876, what effect could it...

    Aboriginal peoples in Canada, First Nations, Government 2239  Words | 6  Pages

  • Secularization, a Feature of Only Modern European Societies

    Assess the view that secularisation has been a feature only of modern European societies. Sociologists have minor differences on secularisation, whether this is the extent of secularisation or what is happening to society due to secularisation. A definition given by Wilson of secularisation is the process whereby religious beliefs, institutions and practices have lost their social influence. Other sociologists such as Bruce and Gill further add to Wilson’s research by adding more evidence and expected...

    Christianity, Faith, Folk religion 1277  Words | 3  Pages

  • Corrution the cancer of Indian society

    of bribe to get connections of different types such as gas, water, and electricity - all out of turn. There may be others in the society who are not able to pay such bribes to get such connections out of turn and even some time they have to wait for longer period of time just because of people like us so called middle class who want corruption to be eradicated from society. There are others in the middle class - especially small time businessmen like shopkeepers of different types, - and they may...

    Bribery, Corruption, Goa 859  Words | 3  Pages

  • Status of Women in Indian Society... a Study

    women in society A project report Present scenario of the status of women in Indian society According to India’s constitution, women are legal citizens of the country and have equal rights with men (Indian Parliament). Because of lack of acceptance from the male dominant society, Indian women suffer immensely. Women are responsible for bearing children, yet they are malnourished and in poor health. Women are also overworked in the fields and complete all of the domestic work. Most Indian women...

    Education, Family, Household income in the United States 2246  Words | 7  Pages

  • Pakistani Society

    and faith. The society and culture of Pakistan comprises numerous diverse cultures and ethnic groups from the Punjabis and Sindhis in the east to the tribal cultures of the Baloch and Pashtun in the west and the ancient Dardic in the north. These Pakistani cultures have been greatly influenced by many of the surrounding countries' cultures, such as those of Turkish, Persian, Afghan, and Indians of South Asia, Central Asia and the Middle East. Elements of Pakistani Culture Society: 1) Material...

    Culture, Islam, Pakistan 966  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Societies: Gender roles in the Ramayana

    In the early patriarchal era of the Ramayana, men dominated over the Indian societies. All areas of social prominence were entirely run by men in the form of warriors, priests and tribal chiefs. Women had very little or no power at all in the political and public arena. They were raised to look after their families as well as being dutiful wives. Women had the task of being loyal, faithful, loving and compassionate towards their husbands. Individual families were normally set up on a "Male authority"...

    Family, Female, Feminism 963  Words | 3  Pages

  • essay on indian constitution

    The Indian constitution:- The Indian Constitution, which stands for national goals like Democracy, Socialism, Secularism and National Integration, was framed by the representatives of Indian people after a long period of debates and discussions. It is the most detailed constitution in the world. No other constitution has gone into such minute details as the Indian Constitution. The Constitution of India was framed by a Constituent Assembly which was established in 1946. Dr. Rajendra Prasad was...

    Constitution, Constitution of India, Government of India 1152  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Indian Economy: Exports and Imports of India

    Essay on The Indian Economy India was a direct colony of the British and the impact of this colonial rule over the economy and society of India has been immense. It must be stated at the outset that direct colonial rule leaves a total impact on the colonized society because every aspect of social life is influenced by colonial policies of the colonizers. A direct colony (as was the case with India) is under the complete control of the colonizers and colonial policies and interests influence every...

    Colonialism, Dutch East India Company, Economics 1132  Words | 4  Pages

  • Salient Features of Juvenile Justice Act, 2006

    juvenile justice - To establish linkages and co-ordination between the formal system of juvenile justice and voluntary efforts in the welfare of juveniles - To constitute special offences in relation to juveniles and provide punishment. ii. Salient features of JJA: 1. a. The Act known as ‘The Reformatory Act’ deals with two categories of children, namely children in need of care and protection and children in conflict with the law. b. The competent authority to deal with children in need of...

    Childhood, Children, Criminology 1509  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role of Mass Media in Indian Society

    the central stage in our lives. The mass media has an iron grip on the imagination as well as thinking faculties of the society. The programmes and features served by the mass media which instruct people not only what they should eat, drink and wear and groom them but also at times misguide them to commit heinous crimes. Mass media acts as an effective catalyst of change in society. Mass media which is also called the sword-arm of democracy, commands awe and respect of nation as well as individuals...

    Advertising, Journalism, Marshall McLuhan 1270  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Killer

    worlds: the Indian and the White and not at home in either world. Issue of John's intolerance; his suffering, alientation and violence. Negative impact of intolerance of white society and co-workers. Author's message. From the Paper: "John Smith, the protagonist of Sherman Alexie's novel Indian Killer, is a man caught between the white world and the Indian world, and at home in neither. He is a full-blooded Native American Indian, but was raised by whites, and knows little about his Indian roots. As...

    Indian Killer, Native Americans in the United States, Puerto Rico 1333  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Culture

    INDIAN CULTURE Have you ever thought of the amazing progress we, as human beings, have made in various spheres of life, be it language, literature, art and architecture, science or religion? Have you ever wondered how all this has been possible? This happened because, we did not have to make a fresh beginning each time, but were able to make use of and build on the work of past generations. You have never had to bother about having to make your own script or creating a new language system for...

    Culture, Culture of India, Hindu 2656  Words | 7  Pages

  • the stylistic features of cyber language

    focus of attention. In this paper, under the theory of modern stylistics, the stylistic features of cyber language and its causes were discussed from vocabulary and grammatical levels. The author has demonstrated some lexical features of cyber language with a number of examples. Then, in the second part, the grammatical features have been discussed. And the third part is about the causes of these stylistic features. 1.1 Background of the Present Study From 1990s, the Internet has gradually spread...

    Chinese language, Communication, Grammar 843  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Constitution

    Constitution of India has some distinct and unique features as compared to other constitutions to the world. As Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, the Chairman of the Drafting Committee puts it, the framers had tried to accumulate and accommodate the best features of other constitutions, keeping in view the peculiar problems and needs of our country. The following are the salient features of the Constitution of India. 1. Longest written constitution Indian Constitution can be called the largest written...

    Constitution of India, Fundamental Rights in India, Government of India 1986  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Salient Features of the the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace

    The salient features of the The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Bill, 2012are as follows: (i) It defines “sexual harassment at the workplace” in a comprehensive manner, in keeping with the definition laid down in the Vishaka judgment, and broadening it further to cover circumstances of implied or explicit promise or threat to a woman’s employment prospects or creation of hostile work environment or humiliating treatment, which can affect her health...

    Abuse, Defendant, Domestic worker 1268  Words | 4  Pages

  • Womens Role in Muslim, African, and Indian Societies

    In each of these societies, Muslim, African, and Indian what was the social position and role of women? Was any one of these societies more equitable to women than the others? Explain how one might be considered better than the others or how they were all the same. The role of women in the Muslim society was to be subservient to the men in their lives. Women were expected to be seen and not heard, and only seen when they were permitted to leave their homes from the dominate male in the household...

    Africa, Gender, Gender role 1279  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Society

    affects a large part of Indian society, who are subjected to loss of rights and mistreatment due to their place in the caste system. In the novel Q&A by Vikas Swarup, a street boy, Ram Mohammad Thomas narrates the events of mistreatment and abuse in not only his life, but several others characters with the same fate. Throughout the novel, the experiences of Ram, Salim and Nita are told, contributing to the privileging of social, gender and religious marginalisation in Indian society as foregrounded by...

    Discrimination, Hinduism, India 823  Words | 2  Pages

  • Is Racism a prominent feature in the African American Society

    Is Racism a Permanent Feature of American Society? Is Racism a Permanent Feature of American Society? Throughout Slavery (1619-1865), Americans faced prejudice, segregation and racism. In today’s world, we as African Americans still face prejudice due to the mere color of our skin, segregation due to how we communicate with each other and racism because of our painful history. Racism can be defined as a prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different...

    African American, African diaspora, Afro-Latin American 1608  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ambassador-King of Indian Roads

    The Ambassador has ruled the Indian Roads till the 80s and has been the car which symbolized India for long. But in the last two decades, other Indian and Foreign car manufacturers moved in at a rapid pace with large number of car variants placed and priced aggressively. Ambassador, though a sturdy car with competitive mileage and new ISUZU engine, has slowly lost the market to its competitors. Hindustan Motors is facing a dipping down monthly sales figure and needs to reposition ambassador at the...

    Automobile, Automobile industry in India, Hindustan Ambassador 1876  Words | 5  Pages

  • Features

    The basic features of Elizabethan Poetry During the Elizabethan age England felt the complete effect of the Renaissance. There occurred a revival of the old and classical literature of Greece and Rome and this was manifested in the poetry of the age. The Elizabethan age was characterized by an extreme spirit of adventure, aestheticism and materialism which became the characteristic features of Elizabethan poetry. Many poets displayed their skill in versification during this time and England...

    Iambic pentameter, Meter, Poetic form 1141  Words | 3  Pages

  • Changing Values in Indian Culture

    its point of view. But no one is aware of such kind of moral values in The Holy book. For example, how many children's know the religious thought from their school days! Though school has moulded a good student to the society, they are not considering the student contribution on society. Then how do they know Moral values in their life. Moral values should be taught by school. The Government of India should include the moral value as one of the subject. Then only Moral values will spread over the students...

    Change, Culture, India 1981  Words | 6  Pages

  • British Rule in India and the Response of Indian Society

    found its way to control India by means of indirect rule. The revolt led to the Indian Rebellion of 1857. During the expansion of the company, more and more British army's were added to different states that the British controlled. Both included British populace as well as a recruitment in Indian civilians that were selected from the higher caste. Because of the increase in western influence in the society, many Indians were concerned and upset with the changes that British inflict on India's original...

    Bengal, British Empire, British Raj 1471  Words | 4  Pages

  • indians

    When judging the advancements of Native Americans to others one might look into the perspective of the surrounding environment of certain tribes. For example, many woodland Indians such as the ones on the Eastern Coast were more advanced as to making tools and trading with other local tribes. While other Native American groups stayed in a routine of making the same crops, and using the same weapons, others experimented with what they were given and used different techniques to aid in their success...

    By the Way, Christopher Columbus, Cleveland Indians 1589  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian culture

    Jacob Barba Barba 1 Mullen Expo Reading/Writing 24 April 2014 Indian Culture Culture is the idea, value and beliefs of a particular civilization at a particular period. It is more than anything else, ‘A State of Mind’. It is the way we behave, react to certain things, the way we perceive and interpret our values and beliefs. In its varied manifestations it forms the basic principles, ethics, workings and behavior. To define culture and limit it to these words would be...

    Culture, Hindu, Hinduism 1188  Words | 4  Pages

  • Salient Features of Islamic Economics

    Topic: Salient features of Islamic economics compared with capitalism and socialism Lahore College for Women University “Islamic Economics and its Features” System: System can be defined as: “System (from Latin systema, in turn from Greek systēma) is a set of interacting or interdependent entities, real or abstract, forming an integrated whole.” We can also define system as “A group of D that interact regularly to perform a task.” There are many systems regarding state and most...

    Capitalism, Economics, Economy 6994  Words | 20  Pages

  • INDIAN

    retarded fag!" at Arnold. The language is offensive. It’s hurtful, ignorant, and crude, but it’s not uncommon to hear young boys talk that way. Why does Rowdy use that language? In Sherman Alexie’s novel, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian, Arnold’s best friend Rowdy calls him a “retarded fag” for transferring at the start of their freshman year of high school. Due to his background as a child, Rowdy uses cruel language and hurtful gestures anytime Arnold and Rowdy came face to face...

    Sherman Alexie, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, The Beautiful Life 1007  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Cinema

    just aren't easily accessible as your local movie theater that shows American feature films. This isn't a big deal since there are way too many movies released in India for them to feature American made movies in India or vice-versa. There are movie theaters in India that show Hollywood movies just like there are theaters that in America that show Bollywood movies. Bollywood is known as the nickname for the popular Indian cinema industry. It gets its name from mixing the two names Bombay and Hollywood...

    Actor, Bollywood, Cinema of India 894  Words | 3  Pages

  • causes of the growth of indian nationalism

    the growth of Indian Nationalism in 19th century JYOTI The most significant feature of the Indian History during the second half of nineteenth century was the growth of nationalism. For different factors the sense nationalism develops among the people and in 1885 the Indian National Congress was established. The Indian National Congress fought for the freedom of the country and India achieved her independence on August 15th 1947. Different factors contributed to the growth of Indian Nationalism...

    British Raj, Hindi, History of India 700  Words | 2  Pages

  • Salient Feature of Hindu Law

    Salient features of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 salient-features-of-the-hindu-marriage-act-1955-558-1.html Author : laksheyender@gmail.com Published: September 7, 2013, 7:32 am Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 has reformed Hindu law of Marriage. It is a landmark in the history of social legislation. It has not simply codified the Hindu law of marriage but has introduced certain important changes in many respects. The Hindu marriage contemplated by the...

    Arranged marriage, Child marriage, Family 7473  Words | 19  Pages

  • Zuni Indian

    the desert. One of the most exciting events I attended in New Mexico was the museum presentation of the Zuni tribe. Although we actually did not meet the Zuni tribe, we learned a lot about them because Dawn Kaufmann who is a guide at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture shown us in details how Zuni tribe is different from other tribes in New Mexico. In terms of their origin, Japanese migrated to the North America and those decedents had strong connection with Zuni and influenced Zuni culture. I...

    Indigenous languages of the Americas, Native Americans in the United States, Puebloan peoples 2580  Words | 7  Pages

  • Indian society

    progress, 1/4 of the nation's population earns less than the government-specified poverty threshold of $0.40/day. Official figures estimate that 27.5%[10] of Indians lived below the national poverty line in 2004–2005.[11] A 2007 report by the state-run National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganized Sector (NCEUS) found that 25% of Indians, or 236 million people, lived on less than 20 rupees per day[12] with most working in "informal labour sector with no job or social security, living in abject...

    Economy of India, India, Kashmir 4112  Words | 18  Pages

  • indian authors

     R.K. NARAYAN R. K. Narayan (10 October 1906 – 13 May 2001), full name Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami, was an Indian writer, best known for his works set in the fictional South Indian town of Malgudi. Narayan has been nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature multiple times but has not yet won the honour. His popular works include The English Teacher, The Financial Expert and Waiting for the Mahatma. His stories were grounded...

    India, Indian English literature, Indian novelists 2519  Words | 7  Pages

  • Alaska Indians

    The Tlingit: Alaska Indians By: Holli Kearns The Tlingit are an American Indian people whose land consists of the southeastern coast and Islands of Alaska, known as the “panhandle.” The official origin of the Tlingit people is unknown. One hypothesis is that the people came from the coast of Asia and Japan, migrating north and east, and settled in the southeast many years ago. Art forms and some physical features of the Tlingit people are similar to some Pacific groups. Tlingit legends...

    Alaska, Battle of Sitka, Chilkat weaving 902  Words | 3  Pages

  • PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN

    PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN On August 15, 1947, India woke up to freedom. Decades later we still continue to celebrate this day when we became a free and sovereign nation. With great leaders like Gandhiji India won Independence. One is proud of being an Indian because he has the freedom to speak, write, express ones views ect.. People of India live in peace and harmony. India is now emerging global, scientific and technological superpower it has diverse environment of flora and fauna. India has its own...

    Cabinet, Family, Human 865  Words | 3  Pages

  • Csp-2

    MAINS GENERAL STUDIES PAPER - II (Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society) TOPICS BOOKS & JOURNALS 1. Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times. References: Indian Culture and Heritage – NIOS: www.nios.ac.in Indian Freedom Struggle of Independence – Bipin Chandra Facets of Indian Culture - Spectrum Pub. Indian Culture Chapter of Indian Year Book Journals/Websites: ...

    Asia, Delhi, Geography 496  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Constitutionalism

    Indian Constitutionalism The concept of constitutionalism is that of a polity governed by or under a constitution that ordains essentially limited government and rule of law as opposed to arbitrary authoritarian or totalitarian rule. Constitutional government, therefore, should necessarily be democratic government. In other words, Constitutionalism is a political philosophy, in which the functions of government of a state must be in accordance with the provisions of the constitution. Thereby meaning...

    Constitution, India, Judicial review 2419  Words | 7  Pages

  • Financial Inslusion the Scope and Effect in Indian Economy

    FICCI. FICCI does not accept any liability for loss however arising from any use of this document or its content or otherwise in connection herewith. M-CRIL To the extent this report relates to information prepared by M-CRIL for the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, it is furnished to the recipient for information purposes only. Each recipient should conduct its own investigation and analysis of any such information contained in this report. No recipient is entitled to rely...

    Asian Development Bank, Bank, Central bank 2154  Words | 7  Pages

  • impact of culture on society in india

    "How Does Culture Affect Our Society?"   How does Religion Affect Our Society? Religion affects our society in many ways because it affects our way of thinking. It affects the way people look at issues in the nation and the way people vote. Religious differences http://answers.ask.com/Science/Psychology/how_does...   how magazines affect our society? Perhaps one of the most common effects that magazines have is their impact on how people view their bodies, especially women. According...

    Culture, Globalization, India 1491  Words | 5  Pages

  • Division and Important Physical Features

    History of Pythagoras theorem (d) Indian mathematicians (iv) Uses of statistics in our daily life(31 onwards) SCIENCE:1. Designing a science game 2. Preparation of a science calendar 3. Practicals to be written in the practical file. GEOGRAPHY:Assignment: From Chapter –2- Physical Features of India- Mark and Name the important physical features of India on the outline Map of India and describe in brief about all the important physical features. Project: On Common hazards –Prevention...

    Division, Factorization, Hariprasad Chaurasia 510  Words | 3  Pages

  • Plural Society

    Plural Society Plural Society Many of the societies which have problems of multicultural governance are former multi-ethnic colonies. A theory of such colonial and post-colonial societies draws particularly on the work of J.S.Furnivall and M.G.Smith. According to Furnivall different ethnic groups in a plural society meet only in the market place. This market place however lacks the characteristics which Durkheim envisaged in his concept of organic solidarity. It lacks the shared values which organic...

    Capitalism, Caribbean, Indigenous peoples 956  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Coming of Indians to Trinidad

    THE COMING OF INDIANS TO TRINIDAD        Indians came to Trinidad to perform the most important job anybody can do   for a country - save it from collapsing. They did that job, but received no thanks or recognition.  Instead they were cheated and denied their rightful place in the country they helped to build. This situation still exists today. This is a brief idea of the story of those early    Indians, the greatest story inTrinidad in modern times.  Indians came after to work after the end of...

    Government of India, India, Indian Arrival Day 2553  Words | 7  Pages

  • Effects of Globalisation on Indian Society

    Indian Society is among the oldest in the world and varied and complex in its heritage. But about 200 years of colonial rule changed its socio-cultural process. India was turned into an appendage of the British empire. British colonial policy transformed its economy, society and polity. The British colonial authority was responsible for the introduction of the modern state in India. They surveyed the land, settled land revenues, created a modern bureaucracy, army, police, instituted law courts and...

    British Empire, Canada, Economics 692  Words | 2  Pages

  • History of the Algonquin Indian Tribe

    Jimmy Pratas Mrs. Montemurno English 2 H period 3 January 12, 2013 Algonquin Indian Tribe Since climate was harsh and starvation common, the Algonquin have been known to kill their sick, crippled or badly wounded (Sultzman 3). Have you ever heard of the Algonquin Indians? They are one of the most indigenous tribes of America. Not only are they well known, but so are their stories. Someone might think otherwise, but in reality, mostly every story borrowed its idea from the Algonquins. Although...

    Algonquin, Algonquin language, Anishinaabe 2563  Words | 7  Pages

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