• Scolarship
    (Madhya Pradesh) Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture & Technology,Udaipur (Rajasthan) Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Vedic Vishwavidyalaya,Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh) Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati University,Ajmer (Rajasthan) Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam (Kerala) Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth, Parbhani...
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  • general knowledge
    speaker of Lok Sabha 2003 TO 2008 REFER G.K . POWER © THE RAMAN’S BOOKS 114 All about Father of the Nation... Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, called Mahatma, is the Father of the Nation. He was born on October 2, 1869 at Porbandar in Gujarat as, the son of Karamchand and Putilibai...
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  • Tagore a Citizens of His Country
    the first Asian Nobel Laureate who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913.                   Tagore wrote several novels, short stories, songs, dance-dramas and essays on personal and political topics. To mention some of his well-known works are Gitanjali, Gora and Ghare Baire. He received...
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  • Regional Politics Is Fatal for India
    kept the regional chauvinism under check and height and national consciousness. It gave people a new identity of being an India first and then anything else. This was mainly due to the efforts of Mahatma Gandhi who had successfully sowed the seeds of national identity in the minds of the otherwise...
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  • The Power of the Pen
    of these freedom fighters was Mahatma Gandhi. He lived in India during the time of the British Raj and was indignant about the occupation of his homeland by a foreign nation. Gandhi was concerned about the rights of his fellow countrymen, including women’s rights and the rights of those who were...
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  • Political Parties in India
    in 1929 Srinivas Iyenger was expelled from the Congress for demanding full independence, not just home rule as demanded by Gandhi. After the First World War the party became associated with Mahatma Gandhi, who remained its unofficial, spiritual leader and mass icon even as younger men and women...
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  • Essay, Term Paper, or Research Paper
    belongs”. His sensibility is essentially Indian which can be seen not only into his presentation of man-woman relationship but also in his poem about Orissa. Note the example from Kurunthohai, a Tamil classic: “but our hearts are as red earth and pouring rain, mingled beyond parting”  there is...
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  • Current Afairs
    and Audrey Marrs) | Documentary (Short Subject) | Strangers No More (Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon) | Film Editing | The Social Network (Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter) | Foreign-Language Film | In a Better World (Denmark) (defeating Montrealer Denis Villeneuve’s Incendies) | Makeup | The Wolfman...
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  • Punjab Uni
    . MC-616: E- Business and Innovative Financial Products. (1756) Tamil Paper-III History of Language (1472) Urdu Paper-IV: Opt. (i): Essay Aur Lisaniyat (1477) Economics Paper-III & IV: Opt.(vi): Political Economy (1494) Education Paper-X: a) Economics of Education & Educational Planning(1502) b...
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  • Writings
    in 1951.[36][37] The inspiration for the novel was a true story about a financial genius, Margayya, related to him by his brother.[38] The next novel, Waiting for the Mahatma, loosely based on a fictional visit to Malgudi by Mahatma Gandhi, deals with the protagonist's romantic feelings for a woman...
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  • English Literature
    admission onwards  MSc. Textiles and Fashion Programme Mahatma Gandhi University TF3C02P- TEXTILE DESIGNING No. Of Contact Hours: 90 Credits: 4 OBJECTIVES • To develop knowledge about the woven fabric formation, different types of weaves, analyze a fabric and learn the principles of...
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  • Englsih
    by Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Lala Lajpat Ray, Mahatma Gandhi , Aurobindo Ghose, Kasturi Rnaga Iyer, T. Prakasham, and Sarojini Naidu. Besides writing in their ‘vernacular native’ languages, they also adopted the English language to express their sentiment and agony. These personalities not only...
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  • Pioneers Trio of Indian English Fiction
    Way: A Life of Mahatma Gandhi. In 1988 he received the prestigious International Neustadt Prize for Literature. In his short biography, Professor Makarand Paranjape writes: “Although Rao lived abroad, he never ceased to be an Indian in temperament and sensibility. In fact, his awareness of...
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  • Sgsdfg
    Romantic, albeit being born on the other side of the world, and as a recipient subject of the British imperialist enterprise. Madhusudan was a gifted linguist and polyglot. Besides Indian languages like Bengali, Sanskrit and Tamil, he was well versed in classical languages like Greek and Latin. He...
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  • Art of Writing
    practical one. Now, let us write a paragraph on Mahatma Gandhi by using the CODER rule/ technique. Step 1: Collecting information about the topic. Let us write whatever information we have in our memory about the topic in the following way: a. Gandhiji’s full name was Mohan Dass Karam Chand...
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  • Gandhi the Journalist
    diaspora; as the journal wrote, "we are not, and ought not to be, Tamils or Calcutta men, Mohamedans or Hindus, Brahmans or Banyas, but simply and solely British Indians, and as such we must sink or swim together". To this end, Indian Opinion was published in as many as four languages: English, Hindi...
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  • The Indian Subcontinent
    of mourning was proclaimed. This was meant to be a peaceful protest but the British were worried about unrest and sent troops to Amritsar. At the Amritsar Massacre hundreds of people were killed. Mahatma (Great Soul) Gandhi continued his peaceful protests and was arrested many times. Gandhi worked...
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  • effect of gandhi on indian culture
    between India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Burma (now known as Myanmar and in perpetual martial law since 1962), there can be no doubt that Mahatma Gandhi had a major influence on the liberation of India and was overall a positive force in the world and one of the principle contributors to modern Indian...
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  • R K Narayan
    genius, Margayya, related to him by his brother.[38] The next novel, Waiting for the Mahatma, loosely based on a fictional visit to Malgudi by Mahatma Gandhi, deals with the protagonist's romantic feelings for a woman, when he attends the discourses of the visiting Mahatma. The woman, named Bharti...
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  • How Did the Hindu-Muslim Divide Affect the Nationalist Movement in India in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries?
    protest. However, this unity was short-lived as it disintegrated into violence and the movement was called off. Gandhi was unable to unite the two religious groups again after the 1920s. Regional Divisions Other internal divisions were regional. In Madras there was agitation for the creation of a...
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