"Save Indian Heritage" Essays and Research Papers

  • Save Indian Heritage

    Swami Vivekananda (born on January 12, 1863) on yet another of his birth anniversaries in such tormented times as ours is to make one's conscience a little uncomfortable. The man crossed the frontiers of India and went to the occident to speak of Indian religion and its catholicity with conviction and pride. How would he feel and what would he say if he were in our midst today and witness the pettiness all around us? Speaking in Colombo in January, 1897, on his return from the West, he had said...

    Guru, Hinduism, Ramakrishna 2082  Words | 6  Pages

  • Indian Heritage

    her 10,000 years of history Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism borne in India and followed by 25% of the world's population Founder of Sun Microsystems Invented Pentium Microprocessor created and founded Hotmail There are 3.22 millions Indians in USA (1.5% of population), but they constitute 38% of doctors 12% scientists 36% of NASA scientists 34% of Microsoft employees 28% of IBM employees 17% of INTEL scientists 13% of XEROX employees Facts and Statistics India is one of the...

    Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana 758  Words | 3  Pages

  • Strength of Indian Heritage

    Annotative Summary A: Strength of Indian Heritage The article on “Indian Tradition Helps Shed ‘Drunk Town’ Image” has underlying issues regarding the strength of “native” heritage. Residential schools of the 1800’s did a good job of suppressing the language, heritage, land, and spirit of native people of North America. In supressing these aspects of a culture, the factors that sustain a race’s cultural prevalence are weakened. Prime Minister Stephen Harper admitted in his 2008 formal apology...

    Alcohol, Alcoholism, Colonialism 1211  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Study Indian Heritage

    Indian Heritage Case Study Solution Initial Investment of Rs 1,80,000/• Cash 1,80,000/- (Financing Activity) • Owners’ Equity 1,80,000/Interest Free Debt of Rs 50,000/• Cash +50,000/- (Financing Activity) • Debt 50,000/8th July 2008: 1,00,000/- as security money of House for Restaurant • Cash (-) 1,00,000/- (Investing Activity) • Prepaid Expense 1,00,000/Other Assets Added: Furniture 80,000/-, Interior Work 44,000/-, Air Conditioner 20,000/-, Inverter 15,000/-, Motor Pump 5,000/-, Flex Board...

    1930, 1957, 1977 521  Words | 6  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...

    Hinduism, Human, India 938  Words | 3  Pages

  • Heritage

    Cultural heritage of a people refers to the social and religious attitudes, beliefs, principles and conventions of behaviour inherited from the tradition stretching back to remote antiquity. It also includes in its connotations intellectual and artistic manifestations in the form of language, literature, visual and plastic art and music developed by the society from generation to generation. Viewed in this light, our cultural heritage is immensely vast and varied.  India is the cradle of one of...

    Buddhism, Hindu, Hinduism 2093  Words | 7  Pages

  • Heritage

    Heritage Assessment in Evaluating the Needs of the Whole Person. The heritage assessment tool is useful in providing a view or the whole person. Understanding how different people deal with medical issues, get medical care, and tools they use in different cultures. Culture plays an important role in how medical procedures are done in different countries. Using an assessment tool enables you to get a more complete picture of the individual. The practice of using a variety of questions to more...

    Culture, Health, Health care 1465  Words | 3  Pages

  • Heritage

    Heritage is the foundation of who we are as individual’s, it directs how we are raised and what our beliefs and ideals in many aspects of our life will be. One of those aspects is health, how it is maintained and promoted and dealt with during times of illness or disease. The U.S. population steadily changes every year with an increase in diverse cultures which adds, not only a mix of ethnic benefits, but also challenges. To provide quality healthcare to these individual’s, nurses must be able to...

    Ethnic group, Family, Health 1241  Words | 3  Pages

  • Heritage Assessment

    Heritage Assessment “Cultural Heritage is an expression of the ways of living developed by a community and passed on from generation to generation, including customs, practices, places, objects, artistic expressions and values” ("Culture in Development," n.d, p. 1). Each individual has his/her own cultural practices, where as the cultural heritage is acquired. The United States of America have people from many different cultures and backgrounds and a lot of people from different countries live...

    Culture, Health care, Health care provider 1693  Words | 6  Pages

  • Heritage 1

     Heritage assessment of culturally different families Grand Canyon University May 10, 2015 HERITAGE ASSESSMENT OF CULTURRALY DIFFERENT FAMILIES INTRODUCTION In the health care system, the family of a patient has an important role in the recovery of the illness. Healthy interaction between the patient and the family members may have a positive outcome in the treatment. Provision of health care can be customized according to the family background of the patients. People come from various parts...

    Ayurveda, Culture, Family 1238  Words | 6  Pages

  • heritage assessment

     Heritage Assessment and Health Management Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V July/ 12/2013 Heritage Assessment and Health Management Heritage is a genetic gene of culture. Every community has their own culture and it vary in individual to individual (ANA2011).By heritage a culture pass onto generations to generations its beliefs, customs, practices, values and traditions .It has an important role on the community for development of the future of society (Culture in development)...

    Health, Health care, Health science 1311  Words | 4  Pages

  • Heritage Assessment

    usefulness of applying a heritage assessment in assessing the needs of persons as a whole, three different family’s opinions on health maintenance, health protection and health restoration. Moreover, the writer will identify health traditions as regards to cultural heritage of the writer, then how the three families interviewed in this paper practice their traditions and how important their rituals and practices are to them. The Usefulness of Applying a Heritage Assessment “Heritage is the full range...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1707  Words | 6  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

  • What Is Heritage

    What is heritage? Introduction My attention in this essay is going to explain what is heritage. There was a survey done in 2010 in Australia, the question was asked to people whom responsible for this survey “what first come to mind when you think ‘heritage’”. The survey was the responses of two thousands of people, and the overwhelming majority of the answers are Old, Buildings and History. As a result, can we say that traditional view still dominate, in most of people’s thoughts, basically...

    Cultural heritage, Culture, English Heritage 1537  Words | 5  Pages

  • Knowledge and Heritage

    to Understand Heritage in First-generation Americans Brandon Williams ENC1102 Mr. Cameron Indian River State College April 20, 2011 Amy Tan Amy Tan Alice Walker Alice Walker Abstract Alice Walker’s "Everyday Use" and Amy Tan’s “A Pair of Tickets” investigate the relationships between mothers and daughters. Both writers show a struggle, by the children, to understand the true meaning of heritage. Each story has...

    American novelists, Amy Tan, China 1424  Words | 4  Pages

  • Heritage Assessment

    Heritage Assessment NRS-429V | Culture and Cultural Competency in Health Promotion John Thomas 3/24/13 The Heritage Assessment tool is primarily used as a device to evaluate health maintenance, health protection, and health restoration of a person’s cultural beliefs and values (Spector, 2006). This assessment helps aid in providing quality patient care in that it helps to meet and respect the needs of different types of people and their respective backgrounds (Spector, 2002). This particular...

    Cultural competence, Culture, Health care 1093  Words | 3  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

  • Heritage Preservation

    ELC 292 ENGLISH FOR UNIVERSITY STUDIES ASSESSMENT 2 Academic essay 2 Heritage Preservation NAME: Kong Yat Long Oswald STUDENT ID: 11029392D DATE: 12/11/2011 Heritage conservation has become a major concern in the society since the last decade, with the innovation project in Lee Tung Street and the demolition of Star Ferry Pier. By definition, heritage is a collective noun representing both tangible and intangible assets inherited from the past. It is worth preserving for retaining...

    Cultural heritage, Government, Special-purpose district 997  Words | 3  Pages

  • Heritage Assesment

    Heritage Assessment Every individual has a cultural heritage. Each culture views the world differently. Culture is an inherited characteristic and includes knowledge, beliefs, customs, skills, likes and dislikes. The fundamental role of cultural heritage is uniting, respecting the diversities and brings people together to face the future by informing, perceiving and give importance to the understanding of the past (need a reference) Heritage assessment tool was introduced for collecting information...

    Cultural heritage, Culture, Health 1154  Words | 4  Pages

  • Heritage Assessment

    patient’s cultural heritage is a significant approach to understanding a patient’s cultural background. good Usefulness of Applying a Heritage Assessment Spector (2000) designed a Heritage Assessment Tool which helps health care providers determine how a person adheres to his or her tradition. I was born and raised in China. When I immigrated to America, I was in my middle age. Therefore, I believed that I’ve instinctively absorbed a great deal of Chinese culture. The Heritage Assessment Tool...

    Chinese culture, Culture, Family 1512  Words | 4  Pages

  • heritage assignment

     Heritage assessment Grand Canyon University Heritage assessment Introduction The Heritage Assessment Tool can be adopted as a dependable tool to gauge, health maintenance, restoration and safeguard of personal, cultural beliefs. The adoption of health assessment tool helps meet the prerequisites of diverse patient populations to offer quality all-inclusive care. The following paper reviews the assessment of three culturally dissimilar families, and...

    Culture, Family, Health care 1199  Words | 6  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

  • Heritage Assessment

    Use of Heritage Assessment in Health Practices The United States is home for diverse culture. Culture is defined as “the learned, shared, and transmitted values, beliefs, norms, and lifeway practices of a particular group that guide thinking, decisions, and actions in patterned ways” (Leininger, 1988, p.158). Heritage assessment is a great tool to know about one’s own beliefs and health traditions. Nurses have to understand their own cultural practices in order to relate to others. In this paper...

    Culture, Family, Health 1742  Words | 5  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

  • Heritage Assessment

    Heritage Assessment Based on the Study of Different Cultures Heritage could be described as something that has been transmitted from the past or handed over or followed by tradition. Every individual practice and follow their own heritage based on one’s ethnic, religious and cultural background. United States being a open minded country, welcomes all immigrants and is rich with multiracial and multicultural people from various parts of the world. It is becoming more challenging to practice nursing...

    Culture, Health, Health care 1346  Words | 4  Pages

  • Save Tigers

    their preferred locations, polluting the water and air, and hunting their prey. An intense effort is under way to save the endangered tigers. Unfortunately, tigers are still illegally hunted for their fur, bones and other parts to supply markets in China and Taiwan. Tigers have been hunted to near extinction by poachers, and all subspecies have been declared endangered. WHY SAVE TIGERS????? The tiger is not just a charismatic species or just another wild animal living in some far away forest...

    Bengal tiger, Endangered species, Megafauna of Eurasia 1241  Words | 4  Pages

  • heritage assement

    Heritage Assessment Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V July 27, 2014 As nurses we come in contact with a wide variety of individuals, they all come from different backgrounds whether it is related to education, social class, ethnicity, or religion. Each individual has their own culture beliefs and it is our duty as nurses to recognize and investigate what those beliefs are to have a better understanding of them and to help guide us in providing the best possible care we can for each patient we...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1289  Words | 2  Pages

  • India's Heritage

    A nation that has no cultural heritage is like an orphan who has nothing to feed upon. An individual human being, a race or a nation must necessarily have certain roots somewhere. India is deep rooted in the culture of her past—the glorious past. India is a vast country, and centuries old. It is difficult to sum up her heritage in a few words. Her past has been full of glory. She has been the birth place of many great men and women. She has given birth to many great movements in religion, art and...

    Civilization, Gujarat, Himalayas 1553  Words | 5  Pages

  • Save the West Indian Manatee

    in case you’ve always wanted to know, there are 2,000 plus animals on the endangered species list. One precious animal on the list is the West Indian Manatee, which is found in the warm, coastal waters of Florida. If nothing is done to protect these 1,700-pound marine mammals, they could be gone forever. I propose that we work together to save the West Indian Manatee. There are between 2,000 and 3,000 of these gentle giants, known as sea cows, in Florida’s waters. They have whiskers, are very...

    Dugong, Endangered species, Endangered Species Act 517  Words | 2  Pages

  • Cherokee Indians

    Cherokee Indians Alicia Stephens AIU Abstract In this paper I will discuss the history of the Cherokee Indians in the United States. First by describing the tribes pre-Columbian history to include the settlement dates and known cultural details. Then a brief description of the cultural and religious beliefs of the tribe will be given, as well as the tribe’s history after contact with settlers. Finally discussing John Ross, who he was and how he affected the Cherokee Indians. Cherokee Indians ...

    Cherokee, John Ross, Native Americans in the United States 1606  Words | 5  Pages

  • Essay on Cultural Heritage of India

    Cultural Heritage of India – Essay India has a rich cultural tradition. There is a harmonious blend of art, religion and philosophy in the Indian culture. They are so beautifully interwoven in the fabric of Indian way of life and thought that they are inseparable. Indian culture is actually an outcome of continuous synthesis and has absorbed many external influences in the course of long jurney of history. The first stirring of civilisation occurred amongst the people of India some 4,000 years...

    Carnatic music, Culture, Hindu 1156  Words | 3  Pages

  • Save Wild Life

    Reflecting on the conservation measures adopted during the past year, SANJAY GUBBI & PRAVEEN BHARGAV point out that through political will and commitment most of the threatened wildlife and their habitats can still be saved We were only 300 million Indians when the British left their most prized imperial possession. In just over half a century we have more than tripled our population and lost more than 50 lakh hectares of our natural forests. With the country needing to find food, water, shelter, energy...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Conservation biology 1653  Words | 6  Pages

  • Monumental Heritage in Lucknow

    Monumental Heritage in Lucknow: Is Host Population Aware of Monumental Heritage ? Keywords Monuments of Lucknow, tourism product, tourism development etc. Jatashankar R. Tewari Assistant Professor and Coordinator- Hotel Management, School of Tourism and Hotel Management, Uttarakhand Open University, Haldwani District –Nainital Uttarakhand (India) ABSTRACT Monumental heritage constitutes a great opportunity for many countries, so that they can develop strategy to convert this heritage into “a...

    Awadh, Begum Hazrat Mahal, Heritage tourism 1466  Words | 4  Pages

  • Choctaw Indians

    Native Americans forced under the Indian Removal Act. The Indian Removal Act was a law passed by Congress on May 28, 1830. It authorized the president, Andrew Jackson at the time, to negotiate with Indian tribes in the Southern United States to move to federal territory west of the Mississippi River in exchange for their home lands. The Choctaw were evacuated because the U.S. wanted to expand territory making it available for settlement by European Americans, to save the tribe from extinction, and to...

    Cherokee, Choctaw, Five Civilized Tribes 2031  Words | 8  Pages

  • The Navajo Indian and the Apache Indian

    The Navajo Indian and the Apache Indian In the United States there are Native American Indians living among the people in redundant with the United States. The Native American Indians have different tribes and most of the tribes would come together to create a one tribe. Most of the tribes are still living among the people and other tribes vanished. As the Navajo tribe and Apache tribe have several groups of tribe in the bloodline. The Navajo Indian and the Apache Indian differ in the histories...

    Apache, Apache County, Arizona, Arizona 1397  Words | 4  Pages

  • Heritage Assessment

    Heritage Assessment and Healthcare Roopneet kaur Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V Family-Centered Health Promotion The Heritage Assessment device is considered to “give nurses an understanding of the patient’s traditional health and illness beliefs and practices so that culturally appropriate interventions can...

    Culture, Health, Health care 951  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of Youth in Enriching and Conserving Your Cultural Heritage

    Essay And Article On : Our Cultural Heritage !! March 24, 2012 By parm Leave a Comment inShare India Is A Unique Cultural Heritage !! A safe and secure society is needed for blossoming of arts and sciences. India has a rich cultural heritage. Though it has been subjected to a series of cultural invasions, yet it has retained its originality and traditional character even after absorbing the best of the external influences. India is the cradle of one of the earliest civilizations of the world...

    Civilization, Cultural heritage, Culture 1669  Words | 7  Pages

  • Heritage Assessment

    Heritage Assessment Cultural competency is an essential part of nursing. Catering to the population of the United States as a nurse, one must embrace the cultures of others to provide competent care that will address the needs of the patient in a holistic manner. Beliefs of health management and care differ for all cultures. Being familiar with all backgrounds and cultures is a key factor in providing culturally appropriate care for patients. Illness and the care for illness and disease...

    China, Culture, Health 1128  Words | 3  Pages

  • Heritage Assessment and Healthcare

    Running head: HERITAGE AND HEALTHCARE Heritage Assessment and Healthcare H. Rachelle Thompson Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V Family-Centered Health Promotion August 19, 2012 Heritage Assessment and Healthcare America is a melting pot of different cultures, and with the cultural diversity there comes differences in healthcare traditions and decisions (Racher & Annis, 2007). Whether it’s a religious approach to healthcare or a cultural tradition, everyone has a different approach...

    Culture, Health, Health care 1477  Words | 5  Pages

  • Indian Cinema and Communalism

    INDIAN CINEMA AND COMMUNAL POLITICS “Pictures can and do make a difference. Strong images of historical events do have an impact on society. They can help with change.” -Charles Moore Indian Cinema or Bollywood produces over 750 films a year, released across 12,000 theatres in the country. Popular for its tear-jerking plots, colourful and exotic...

    Amitabh Bachchan, Bollywood, Cinema of India 1066  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cultural and Heritage with Malaysian Cuisine

    CULTURAL AND HERITAGE WITH MALAYSIAN CUISINE “Malaysia”, land of diverse society, unique with its multi cultural population is renowned among international travellers for uniqueness of different races that can live together harmoniously. Famous for its world wonder destinations, be it island, rainforest, or cultural spots, Malaysia has a lot to offer for tourist seeking adventure, leisure and entertainment. One of the major elements of Malaysian tourism is the vast choices of delicacies which...

    Ethnic group, Indigenous peoples, Malaysia 1007  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 Suffrage

    Indian Suffrage Before the English arrived in the New world and began creating colonies, the American Indians lived in harmony and peace with natures. The American Indians were skilled hunters, farmers and used everything in their environment for survival or for essential necessities. They shared the land together and moved about freely in search of food. The American Indians never considered the lands their property because it's belong to God and no one have the right to buy, sell, nor own...

    Dawes Act, Genocide, Indian 1474  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Heritage Assessment

    Running head: THE HERITAGE ASSESSMENT The Heritage Assessment Lisa Barnes-Powell Grand Canyon University Family Centered Health Promotion NRS 429V March 25, 2012 The Heritage Assessment When assessing a patient the culture of the patient must be taken into consideration in order for affective teaching and learning to occur. The cultural competence in the delivery of healthcare services is a model that views cultural competence as an ongoing model and consist of five parts. Cultural...

    Culture, Family, Father 1446  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Independence

    April 22, 2010 Indian Independence India, in the 18th century was ruled by the British for two centuries. The Indians wanted freedom from the British. British looted and caused fights in India and treated them with no respect. The Indian Independence was caused by British Imperialism. The British wanted to take over India, but India wanted freedom as well since it’s their country not the British. Although politics and nationalism were important causes of the Indian Independence Movement...

    Bengal, British Empire, British Raj 1255  Words | 5  Pages

  • Indian Handicrafts

    tells stories of its heritage. Wooden handicrafts like carved figures, painted figure, chess board, animal figure and other Indian Handicraft Items of wood are designed aesthetically by the skilled craftsman. If you take a closer look at these wooden handicraft items, they represent the spirit of Indian Craftsmanship in true spirits along with style and beauty. They are widely used as gift articles due to their attractive looks. Today, handicraft is flourishing in the Indian industry because of its...

    Artisan, Arts and crafts, Crafts 738  Words | 3  Pages

  • indian indentureship

    East Indian Indentureship The Indians arriving in the New World called themselves Jahan or “People of the Ship,” referring to the ship that brought them across the oceans to the Americas. See chart below for East Indians arriving in South America starting in 1838 and in the Caribbean starting in 1845. In 1838, after the abolition of slavery in the British Caribbean, the agriculture production in Guyana (formerly known as British Guiana and located on mainland South America) had fallen by 60 percent...

    Americas, Atlantic slave trade, British Empire 1078  Words | 4  Pages

  • Essay on Cultural Heritage of India

    Essay on cultural heritage of India "A nation without a cultural heritage is like an orphan who has nothing to feed upon" said Emerson. The individual being, or race, or nation must necessarily have certain roots somewhere. They are not of much value unless they have certain roots in the past which is after all the accumulation of experience of generations. Countries achieve greatness not because of their material prosperity but because they follow traditions. Every country's culture is peculiar...

    Culture, History of India, India 807  Words | 3  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

  • Indian Economy

    Introduction to India & Indian Economy: India is the seventh largest country by area, the second-most populous country with a population of over 1,241,491,960 people. India is surrounded by three-water bodies namely Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the west, and the Bay of Bengal on the east. India shares its border with 7 countries namely Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan Afghanistan, Burma and Bangladesh. India is a democratic country and is governed under a parliamentary system consisting...

    Building, Construction, Economics 960  Words | 3  Pages

  • Proud to Be an Indian

    Proud to be an Indian India, a country with a culture having more than ten thousand years has enriched the global scientific, educational, economic and cultural scenario significantly. That is the reason why mark Twain has stated “India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grandmother of tradition.” Being born in such a great country, you have millions of reasons to feel proud as an Indian.  Some of them...

    East India, India, Indian cuisine 1263  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Costumes

    Indian state costumes are exclusive to the region and the culture of the particular state and vary to a great extent. Each Indian state has their traditional costumes and attires that are deeply rooted in the history,religion, tradition, customs and culture of the specific state. Costumes of North Indian State The primary fibre used in North India is cotton. However, since this part of India experiences winter, woolen clothes are quite common as well. The costumes of Jammu & Kashmir are made...

    Bengal, India, Kurta 982  Words | 3  Pages

  • Navajo Indian Nation- Past, Present and Future

    Residing in the Southwest United States, the Navajo Indian tribe is one of the largest tribes in America today. In their own language, they refer to themselves as Diné which means “the people”. They are an old tribe with descendants tracing their roots back to the thirteenth century. The first contact that the Navajos had with white settlers was during the Mexican American War in 1846. The United States conducted peaceful relations with the Navajo for over fifteen years. Forts were built to help...

    Apache, Arizona, Code talker 2515  Words | 6  Pages

  • Heritage Assessment Review

    The Heritage Assessment Grand Canyon University: NRS-429 August 18, 2013 The Heritage Assessment is not beneficial in treating an individual as a whole. If one utilized this specific tool, it would be very difficult to implement a plan of care that caters to the individual’s cultural needs during a patients hospital stay. Furthermore it is a healthcare member’s responsibility to attempt to make a person of cultural difference feel as comfortable as possible to build a bond of trust with the...

    Culture, Ethnic group, Health 1367  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Railways

    INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN RAILWAYS Indian Railways, a historical legacy, are a vital force in our economy. The first railway on Indian sub-continent ran from Bombay to Thane on 16th April 1853. Fourteen railway carriages carried about 400 guests from Bombay to Thane covering a distance of 21 miles (34 Kilometers). Since then there has been no looking back. Today, it covers 6,909 stations over a total route length of more than 63,028 kilometres. The track kilometers in broad gauge (1676 mm) are 86,...

    Indian Railways, Maharashtra, Mumbai 2314  Words | 7  Pages

  • Save the Earth

    Save Earth, Save Life...Stop Global Warming The group of young and and socially concerned citizens have got together to begin the mission of saving earth, saving Human life of generations ahead by contributing to reduce the global Warming.   Global Warming is not a small or localized environmental problem. The effects and consequences could be horrific. Temperature changes, alteration in rainfall patterns , and an increased frequency of cyclonic activity are occurring and being measured around...

    Agriculture, Carbon dioxide, Climate 713  Words | 2  Pages

  • Indian Bpo's

    Case Study- Indian BPOs- Waking up to the Philippines Opportunity 1. How has the global economic downturn, discussed in the opening profile and throughout this chapter, impacted jobs outsourcing in the BPO industry? The global economic downturn has impacted jobs outsourcing in the BPO industry as it has helped to be one of the largest job creators in India. Due to this, many companies had to increase their operations output and therefore employ more and more people to keep up with the expanding...

    Business process outsourcing, Economy, Economy of India 913  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Mowa Band of Choctaw Indians

    Sandra Hayes Student #74959 Professor Dale Johnson BBA 300 Intercultural Communications December 13, 2011 The MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians The Choctaw Indians of Alabama are a band of Indians that managed to remain behind in the outer regions of north Mobile and south Washington counties after their tribal lands were given up to the United States in 1830. Beginning in 1830, the most significant period of their removal from their homelands, the majority of the Choctaw tribe was forced along the...

    Alabama, Choctaw, Choctaw language 2130  Words | 6  Pages

  • Malay Heritage Centre

    Kampong Glam - Reflective Diary Introduction For many years the Malay heritage centre was not a prominent heritage attraction. Since 2008, the government funded 1.7 million SGD annually to rejuvenate the heritage centre and since August 2011 the centre underwent refurbishment and recently reopened in September 2012. This week is the week with Hari Raya Haji (Also known as Eid al-Adha (Id ul-Adha) is a four-day Islamic festival starting on the 10th day of the month of Dhul Hijja (Thou al-Hijja)...

    Gedung Kuning, Hajj, Islamic calendar 1104  Words | 3  Pages

  • Heritage Tourism

    development of cultural heritage tourism is significantly successful. The culture of Macau is not merely gaming but the East-West cultural pluralism. Its successfulness in preserving the cultural heritage can be clearly shown when Macao’s Heritage (“The Historic Centre of Macao”) has features on World Heritage List in 2005. This highly facilitated the development of Macau’s Cultural Heritage Tourism. In this report, the development and management of Macau’s cultural heritage tourism will be examined...

    Cultural heritage, Heritage tourism, Macau 1386  Words | 4  Pages

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