We The Indians Should Follow The West For Development And Need Not Think Of Our Rich Tradition Essays and Term Papers

  • impact of western culture on india

    since Indian people are becoming more modernized. They totally get involved in style and want to look trendy. They get annoyed hearing Indian music which have Ragas, Talas which give us pleasure. But on the other hand the GEN-Y’ers only like pop, rock and hip-hop. India offers a number of classical...

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  • Assesment of the Millenium

    administration, his famous tenets on religious tolerance, for example: "No man should be interfered with on account of religion, and anyone [is] to be allowed to go over to a religion he pleased." There was no particular reason to think that this or any other principle had any special relevance at the end...

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  • Western Culture

    set of literary, scientific, political, artistic and philosophical principles which set it apart from other cultural spheres.  Much of this set of traditions and knowledge is collected in the Western canon. The term has come to apply to countries whose history is strongly marked by European immigration...

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  • Book Review

    FAR EASTERN ECONOMIC REVIEW: JUNE 20TH: REVIEW: THE ARGUMENTATIVE INDIAN: WRITINGS ON: BY AMARTYA SEN: REVIEWED BY SALIL TRIPATHI. One of the enduring images of Calcutta is the presence of an adda. Roughly translated as 'the place,' it is a spot where people gather, often at a street corner, usually...

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  • Shivnath

    from being leading revolutionaries of the Indian freedom struggle, these three great personalities had something more in common. Almost in each picture you will find each of them clad in perfect Indian attire or dhoti-kurta. Do you find the same dress among Indians still? Unfortunately, it is becoming almost...

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  • Literature, Translation

    Executive Summary Major Research Project ( 2009-2011) Nativism in India: A Study of Modern Indian Literature in the select Indian Languages Submitted to UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION, NEW DELHI by Dr. Ashok Babar P.V.P. Mahavidyalaya, Kavathe Mahankal, Dist. Sangli. (Maharashta) ...

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  • A Case on Bgr Group

    Acknowledgemwnt We, Prashant Sharma and Prashanth V., students (IMT Nagpur), hereby declare that, this report has been created by us after the guidance given to us by our “Business Communication” subject teacher Prof. V. Goud. We thank him for his support. Also we would like to thank our respective friends...

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  • Nationlism in India

    India     OUR REAL PROBLEM in India is not political. It is social. This is a condition not only prevailing in India, but among all nations. I do not believe in an exclusive political interest. Politics in the West have dominated Western ideals, and we in India are trying to imitate you. We have to remember...

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  • Westernisation

    Indian Culture, which is one of the oldest & richest cultures, is now days posing a serious threat as western culture is establishing its strong base in India and slowly and gradually wiping the Indian culture. It had already made its presence in Metro’s & now slowly heading towards other parts of India...

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  • Influence of Western Music in India

    varieties of folk, popular, and classical music. India's classical music tradition, including Carnatic and Hindustani music, has a history spanning millennia and, developed over several eras, it remains fundamental to the lives of Indians today as sources of spiritual inspiration, cultural expression and pure...

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  • Vivek

    spite of being a fully illumined soul, Swami Vivekananda lived the life of a true Sannyasin, even when he was in the West. Many people think that Swamiji lived a luxurious life in the West. This is not true. He himself wrote in one of his letters that he led a wandering life in India and was doing the same...

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  • Fast Fashion and Its Advantages

    - Julius Caesar  Followers of fast fashion will agree that the above quote aptly epitomizes fast fashion. It comes, it captivates our minds, and it leaves before we have had enough of it! Fast fashion is the fastest to leave the catwalk and hit the stores. It has been regarded by many as a movement...

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  • Work

    Here we will explore what philosophy is, including some of its history. We will focus on Western philosophy, and the most important philosophers of that tradition, but it is good to keep in mind that there are other important traditions in the history of philosophy. One of the most important things philosophers...

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  • Business of Freedom

    challenging, and infinitely more interesting to go beyond events and make history come alive, make it relevant to India today; to take a legacy, symbol, development or movement, run it through the prism of modern thought and action. This way, history isn’t then. History becomes now.” – Aroon Purie, India Today...

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  • india as a super power

     Will India Become a Superpower? More than sixty years ago, in the summer of 1948, the Indian nation, then newly-born, was struggling for its very survival. It was pierced from the left by the Communists, and pinched from the right by Hindu extremists. And there were other problems aplenty. Eight...

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  • Differences in Cultures Experience

    turn complained of their unfavorable attitudes, whose parents again worried about the decline in tradition. This cycle of change in culture dates back even to times when what we now call ‘our culture’ and ‘our ethics’ were not even formed. It is evident that man has constantly felt the breath of changing...

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  • President's Speech on the Eve of 64th Independence Day

    Citizens, On the eve of our 64th Independence Day, I extend my warmest greetings to all of you from all walks of life, living in India and overseas. I convey special greetings to the brave personnel of our Armed Forces and the Para-military forces who guard our frontiers and to our Central and State police...

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  • Ethics of Consumption

    Sustainable Consumption. Laurie has a PhD in energy studies, on wood use and the potential for alternative fuels in Kenya. He has worked as a volunteer in development organisations, as a school teacher and as an energy technology analyst. From 1992 to 1999 Laurie worked for the OECD, initially focusing on energy...

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  • Will India Become a Superpower?

    Sixty years ago, in the summer of 1948, our nation, then newly born, was struggling for its very survival. In January, Mahatma Gandhi had been murdered by a Hindu fanatic. The act had shocked many Indians, but apparently it had the approval of some. According to one news report, the jailed assassin...

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  • Philosophy: Its Beginnings and Influences

    deserves the name of philosophy so long as the heart remains unabashed, and we continue to live like animals lost in the stream of our impressions, not only in the public routine and necessary cares of life, but even in our silent thoughts and affections." - George Santayana, "Ultimate Religion" (1932) ...

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