• Rabindranath Tagore
    place in Bengal at the time Rabindranath was born. Schools using English as the language of teaching were being established, alongside the traditional Sanskrit schools. Vidyasagar had established Bengali-medium schools at different places in Bengal with little or limited government support. Rabindranath attended...
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  • Essays
    out-door game,  One on a side. It comes to little more:  There where it is we do not need the wall:  He is all pine and I am apple orchard.  My apple trees will never get across  And eat the cones under his pines, I tell him.  He only says, "Good fences make good neighbours."  Spring is the mischief...
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  • Who Is the Indian Shakespeare?
    Who Is the Indian Shakespeare? 1 Who Is the Indian Shakespeare? Appropriation of Authority in a Sanskrit A Midsummer Night’s Dream David V. Mason University of Wisconsin-Madison Published in New Literary History 34:2 (Fall, 2003) David Mason 814C Eagle Heights Madison, WI 53705 (608) 238-1342...
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  • Malaysians Are Like the Rainbow
    Malaysians Are Like The Rainbow * Social Science Essays (16,747) ›   * Current Issues (676) ... Twin Towers; tallest in the world, an emblem of Malaysian pride and Putrajaya; a modern city. All these have proven the competitive spirit of Malaysians... Malaysians are like the rainbow. Seven...
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  • Jose Rizal Curriculum Vitae
    Expert Italian Intermediate Japanese Intermediate Malayan Expert Latin Expert Portuguese Expert Russian Intermediate Sanskrit Expert Spanish Expert Tagalog Expert Dutch Intermediate Swedish Intermediate Ilokano Intermediate Bisayan Intermediate ...
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  • History
    of the history of literature, see List of years in literature. History of literature | Bronze Age literature | Sumerian Egyptian Akkadian Sanskrit | Classical literatures | Chinese Greek Hebrew Latin Pahlavi Pali Prakrit Syriac Tamil | Early Medieval literature | Matter of Rome ...
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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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  • Empire Notes
    into 5 sections: Dynastic histories, accounts of noble families, biographies of important individuals and groups , a chart of historical events and essays on special topics such as the calendar, astrology and religious ceremonies * Widespread belief in astrology * The watermill-development of...
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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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  • alfa 100
    ) The objective is for you to accurately complete a minimum of 75% of this section of the exam(s). This information can also greatly help you with essay and paragraph-type questions on the exams. ORGANIZATION: Every student in the class will be assigned a selection of entries for the Study Guide. You...
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  • Essay or Articles
    in the way nature is perceived in ‘English’ and ‘Bharateeya Languages’ i.e. in the two cultures, two different civilisations. Couroupita guianensis trees are grown extensively in Shiva temples in India. In Hindi it is called Shiv Kamal or "Kailaspati. (Nagalingam in Tamil). The flowers are called Shivalinga...
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  • pls must read
    new prose and verse forms and the use of colloquial language into Bengali literature, thereby freeing it from traditional models based on classical Sanskrit. He was highly influential in introducing the best of Indian culture to the West and vice versa, and he is generally regarded as the outstanding creative...
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  • religion and rituals
    religious place in Negombo area where I live, for the purpose of gathering information in the approach of doing a research. The paragraphs in the essay below commence with a general consideration of what a religion is? What a ritual is and the connection between rituals and religions. Religions have...
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  • Afro-Asian Term Paper
    300 B.C., India had already produced a considerable body of literature written in several Indian tongues derived from a common ancestral language-Sanskrit. The earliest known literature of India is a collection of tradition handed down by word of mouth. These traditions are known as the Vedas. These...
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  • History
    Prakrit texts and inscriptions, have been spelt in their Prakrit forms in this chapter. You will also find terms in languages such as Pali, Tamil and Sanskrit, which too were used to write inscriptions and texts. It is possible that people spoke in other languages as well, even though these were not used...
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  • A Citizen of His Country and of the Universe
    attempting to reform the position of women in society. Schools using English as the language of teaching were being established, alongside the traditional Sanskrit schools. Vidyasagar had established Bengali-medium schools at different places in Bengal with little or limited government support. He had also established...
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  • Poetry
    edition, he knew little or nothing about Indian philosophy, but later critics have recognized Indian ideas expressed in the poems – words from the Sanskrit are used correctly in some of the poems written after 1858. Leaves of Grass also includes a group of poems entitled 'Calamus', which has been taken...
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  • Management
    there are still others which lie neglected. One such building, now on the brink of dilapidation, is the old jail in the city of Dehradun. Through this essay I intend to bring to light the story of a very special prison cell. Special, because on several occasions during the 20th century, it was home to Jawaharlal...
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  • Faith 24*7 - the Lotus Sutra Nichiren Diashonin's Buddhism
    first step in Nichiren Buddhism is to chant Nam-myoho-renge-kyo each day. Nam-myoho-renge-kyo is the Law that permeates all life and the universe. The Sanskrit title of the Lotus Sutra Sad-dharma-pundarika-sutra is translated into Japanese as Myoho-renge-kyo. Nichiren prefixed Nam, meaning devotion, to the...
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  • Llopiiuuhgjhgfygt
    addition to representing tradition and the moral order, it also signifies the path of knowledge and correct action. Hindus themselves prefer to use the Sanskrit term sanatana dharma for their religious tradition. Santana dharma is often translated into English as "eternal tradition" or "eternal religion" but...
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