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South Asia

Tourism in south Asia: This world contains a facet of nations, peoples, scenario etc. critically visualizing everyone in this world is racing infinitesimally with the needs and challenges emerging in their general life in response to their daily work. So as a means to get relief and refreshment from the daily work , most of the people visit abroad for recreational , business, educational purposes etc. And this is known as tourism. From the definition point of view; theobald in 1994 suggested...

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South Asia

South Asia, which consists of the nations of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, is ethnically diverse, with more than 2,000 ethnic entities with populations ranging from hundreds of millions to small tribal groups. South Asia has been invaded and settled by many ethnic groups over the centuries - including various Dravidian, Indo-Aryan and Iranian groups - and amalgamation of Dravidian, Indo-Aryan and native societies has produced composite cultures with many common...

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THE ROLE OF MEDIA ON REGIONAL CONFLICT OF SOUTH ASIA

OF MEDIA ON REGIONAL CONFLICT OF SOUTH ASIA Conflicts over the sharing of river water in South Asia Introduction: Purpose of this paper is to propose my research topic on a particular subject matter of my interest. This proposal will identify a particular research question which I want to address and as well as the justification of the subject for why the proposal is worthwhile. I will provide detail of my plan how could I carry out the research. South Asian countries are Afghanistan,...

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South Asia Presentation Handout

South Asia Presentation Handout Foundations Period: 10,000-600 B.C.E. Harappan Civilization General 2500-1000 B.C.E. First known civilization in South Asia The Aryans Come Interaction 1500 B.C.E. They come up with basic ideas in India that last for much of World History Vedic Age Cultural 1500-1000 B.C.E. Famous cultural stories are made, and are used as a base for Hinduism Classical Period: 600 B.C.E.-600 C.E. Buddhism Cultural 500’s B.C.E. Creation...

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Continuities and Changes in South Asia

Patrisha Alfonso AP World History Period 2 3 February 2013 Continuities and Changes in South Asia In 1450, India was a divided land. Lack of central unified power had caused the frequent invasions from foreign armies or groups such as that of the Muslims, which slowly occupied and ruled the region, the Portuguese, Aryas, and Turkish armies. Yet the impact that the Europeans had settled in this divided subcontinent is diverse and had changed India immensely with their distinct ideas and culture...

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Pashtun: South Asian Studies

language family. The number of Pashto-speakers is estimated to be 30-40 million, and as defined in the Constitution of Afghanistan, Pashto is an official and national language of the country. In Afghanistan, Pashto is primarily spoken in the east, south and southwest, but also in some northern and northwestern parts as a result of recent relocation. No exact numbers are available, but the CIA World Factbook 2009 estimates that 35% of the population speak Pashto as their first language.[10] According...

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Sri Lanka

about 65,610sq/km between West Asia and South East Asia. Sri Lanka is an island-nation situated in the Indian Ocean, off the south-eastern coast shores of India., Sri Lanka is a multi-religious and multi-ethnic nation, where almost 70 percent of the population follows Buddhism. After gaining independence in 1948, the nation has progressed to quite an extent. Today, it boasts of being a modern industrial economy that has one of the highest per capita incomes in South Asia. Apart from that, it is also...

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Us Policy Shift to Pacific

The region of South Asia comprising of two nuclear states India and Pakistan, which also happen to be long time rivals are flashpoints of future conflicts. The conflicts arise from the on and off imbalance of nuclear deterrence, trans-border terrorism, water dispute or the much clichéd Kashmir issue. But one must note that these conflicts won’t come into play without the role of foreign involvement like the United States and China. The United States is on the verge of losing balance because of...

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Caste

million people worldwide.[3][4] Contents 1 Etymology 2 Caste system of India 3 Caste in rest of South Asia 3.1 Nepal 3.2 Pakistan 3.3 Sri Lanka 4 Caste-like stratification outside South Asia 4.1 South-east Asia 4.1.1 Myanmar 4.1.2 Indonesia 4.2 East Asia 4.2.1 Japan 4.3 West Asia 4.3.1 Yemen 4.4 Africa 4.4.1 West Africa 4.4.2 Central Africa ...

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History of India

Confederacy | Modern India | Company RuleZamindari system, Warren Hastings,Mangal Pandey, 1857 | British Indian EmpireHindu reforms, Bengal Renaissance,Independence struggle, Mahatma Gandhi Subhas Chandra Bose | * v t e | * Outline of South Asian history * History of Indian subcontinent | Stone age (7000–3000 BC)[show] | Bronze age (3000–1300 BC)[show] | Iron age (1200–26 BC)[show] | Classical period (1–1279 AD)[show] | Late medieval age (1206–1596 AD)[show] | Early...

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