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  • Lord Rama - 434 Words
    Of all the books I have read the Ramayana influenced me most. This is my favourite book. I love it most. The book has many charms of its own. It is more interesting than any other book. It is more philosophic than any other book on philosophy. It is a complete moral code. Hence, it has influenced me most. It contains the life story of Rama who is thought to be an incarnation of God. Hence it is a religious book which helps us to make us good and pious. The book is full of ideals. It...
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  • lord rama - 1391 Words
     Lord Rama Lord Rama also known as Sri Ramchandra (Moon-Like Gentle Rama), Paraga (uplifted Of the Poor) and many more is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu (one of the trinity god, the preserver), the central figure of the epic Ramayana and Ramcharitmanas, in which Lord Rama is beautifully portrayed. Lord Rama took birth to free the world from cruelty and sins of the demon King Ravana, the King of Lanka. Rama was the first son king Dashratha, the king of Ayodhya. Her mother was...
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  • Rama and Diwali - 599 Words
    Diwali, the festival of lights, is one of the major festivals in Hinduism, and is one of the important and widely spread holidays celebrated in India. It is a celebration of lights and for many, it is truly a sensory experience; some families decorate their houses with all sorts of lights and open up to the neighbours, sharing their love and their food. Those celebrating Diwali spend time with family and friends. They perform religious ceremonies to bring in wealth and prosperity for a new year,...
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  • Rama and Diwali - 3541 Words
    Diwali is the festival of lights. It is also known as’ Deepawali’. It is celebrated in our country which joy and happiness every year. It is one of the biggest festival of Hindus. Usually it comes in the month of October and November after twenty days of Dussehra, on the 13th day of the dark fortnight of the month of Ashwin. It is celebrated in the memory of coming back home of Lord Rama along with his wife Sita & brother Laxman after 14 years of exile. It is believed that on this day, Lord...
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  • Rama Essay - 607 Words
    Tori Parker 2/10/15 Dr. Bilwakesh EN 411 The Affect of Patriarchy on Women Patriarchy exercises its sinister control over the position of women and suppresses their identity in The Ramayana. The interaction of gender and identity, particularly in the complex construction of femininity, is highlighted in the powerful epic. Sita is portrayed weaker than her male counterpart and ends up exiled because of it. Sita Sings the Blues, a musical and animated interpretation of The Ramayana, shows Sita...
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  • Rama & Dharma - 785 Words
    As will be explored in this essay, from Ramayana, one can derive many of the virtues of the Hindu culture such as perfectionism, honesty, order, obedience and respect, and active asceticism. All these characteristics make a human being perfect and are achieved through the practice of dharma, as explicitly shown by the main character of Ramayana - Rama. Rama is indeed a perfect man in the eyes of the Indian people. Many Hindus even regard him as an incarnation of the god Vishnu. The main reason...
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  • Lord Rama - 1363 Words
    A sacred place that attracts lakhs of devotees from all over the world, it is the abode of Lord Rama (The seventh incarnation of SriMahavishnu). This hill place which is encircled by holy river Godavari flowing towards southern direction is the famous shrine Bhadrachalam-The name derived from Bhadragiri (Mountain of Bhadra-a boon child of Meru and Menaka). According to an Ithihasas, the significance of this shrine dates back to the Ramayana Era. This coherent hill place existed in "Dandakaranya"...
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  • Rama and Diwali - 702 Words
    Diwali is one of the most important festivals celebrated in India. It is celebrated on the darkest night of the year, which usually falls sometime in the beginning of November. Diwali, though, is the festival of lights. All over India, homes are decorated with lights and earthenware lamps filled with oil. These lamps are called diyas. The name 'Diwali' is from the Sanskrit 'dipavali', which means 'row of lamps'. Diyas are lit in every house to banish the dark and welcome in good luck and good...
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  • Mythical Hero: Lord Rama
    Mythical Hero: Lord Rama What is a hero? In my opinion, I think a hero is a person who is admired for courage, his noble qualities, and a great warrior. Lord Rama was said to be the perfect being, as well as the perfect man, husband, brother, king, and obedient son. He is usually portrayed holding a bow and arrow, as an indicator that he is ready to fight off any evil or demons that he may come across or are put in his path. Along with his wife Sita, and his obedient brother Lakshmana, beside...
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  • Ramayana and Lord Rama - 536 Words
    Vijayadashami Vijayadashami (Bengali: বিজয়াদশমী, Kannada: ವಿಜಯದಶಮಿ, Malayalam: വിജയദശമി, Marathi: विजयादशमी, Nepali: विजया दशमी, Oriya: ବିଜୟାଦଶମୀ, Tamil: விஜயதசமி, Telugu: విజయదశమి, Konkani: दसरो, Punjabi: ਦਸੇਰਾ) also known as Dashahara, Dussehra, Dashain (in Nepal), Navratri or Durgotsav is one of the most important Hindu festivals celebrated in various forms, across India, Nepal and Bangladesh. The name Dussehra is derived from Sanskrit Dasha-hara literally means remover of ten referring to...
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  • Rama and Diwali the Festival - 1035 Words
    Diwali The Festival Of Lights An ancient celebration with deeply spiritual roots, this Festival of Lights is technically a tradition with a religious foundation, but all that are willing to share in the season of abundance are welcome. Thousands of oil lamps, fireworks, lavish feasts, fragrant flowers and colored sand in the form of lotus blossoms adorn India in this annual homecoming that is Diwali. The festival has its roots in ancient Indian texts and it stands...
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  • Ramayana and Lord Rama - 367 Words
    Dussehra is largely celebrated by the Hindus. It falls in the month of September-October. It is celebrated twenty days earlier than Diwali. It marks the victory of Lord Rama over the demon king Ravana. Dussehra is celebrated with great pomp and show. In different parts of the country it is celebrated differently. In West Bengal it is celebrated with the worship of goddess Durga while in the south, it is celebrated as victory of good over evil. Dussehra is celebrated for ten days. Preparations...
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  • Rama and Towns Electric Bulbs
    Deepawali is a festival of lights. It comes in the month of Kartik (October/November) on Amavasya day. It is celebrated in the memory of the return of Rama to Ayodhya, after 14 years of exile. He got victory over Ravan, the king of Lanka. Hence, people of Ayodhya illuminated the city to welcome their victorious Rama and express their joy ever since Deepavali has been celebrated with great pomp and show every year throughout the country. Deepawali...
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  • Rama and Truthful Person - 427 Words
    Truthfulness is a virtue. It is very easy and often very difficult to be truthful. Ordinarily, by truthfulness we mean speaking truth. But one should be truthful in his words, his thought and his action. If he speaks truth and does the reverse then he is not truthful. Therefore, to be truthful is' really a very difficult thing. We believe that there is reward in heaven for our noble deeds. Similarly we are given harsh punishment for our vices and miss-deeds. Truthfulness is a means of getting...
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  • History of Rama: King of Ayodhya
    Rama or Ram (राम) (రామ) or Raamar (Tamil) is the seventh avatar of the God Vishnu in Hinduism,[1] and a king of Ayodhya in Hindu scriptures. Along with Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu, Rama is considered to be the most important avatar of Vishnu. He is also one of the most popular gods in Hinduism and is widely worshipped throughout Nepal and India. In a few Rama-centric sects, Rama is considered the Supreme Being, rather than an avatar of Vishnu. Rama was born in Suryavansha (Ikshvaku...
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  • Ramayana and Eldest Son Rama
    Main Characters of the Ramayana Dasaratha -- King of Ayodhya (capital of Kosala), whose eldest son was Rama. Dasaratha had three wives and four sons -- Rama, Bharata, and the twins Lakshmana and Satrughna. Rama -- Dasaratha's first-born son, and the upholder of Dharma (correct conduct and duty). Rama, along with his wife Sita, have served as role models for thousands of generations in India and elsewhere. Rama is regarded by many Hindus as an incarnation of the god Vishnu. Sita -- Rama's...
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  • Rama and Lord Ram - 1149 Words
    Lessons from Ramayana Lessons from Ramayana 25 25 By H H Radhanath Swami 1. Power of Bad Association: It was a known fact in Ayodhya that Kaikeyi loved Lord Rama more than his own son Bharath, then how could she become so evil. It is by her bad association with Mantara. 2. Attachment to service & not to the position: Lord Ram was willing to become the king as a service to Maharaj Dasarath and He was also willing to go to the forest as a service to His father. 3....
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  • Rama- from Ramayana - 7730 Words
    Rama From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the incarnation of Vishnu. For other uses, see Rama (disambiguation) and Ramachandra (disambiguation). | |It has been suggested that Raghava Rama be merged into this article or section. (Discuss) | |Rama | |[pic] | |Lord Rama...
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  • What is the make up requirement for the characters ‘Rama’ and ‘Ravana’ in a Kathakali performance---The Ramayana by R. K. Narayan?
    What is the make up requirement for the characters ‘Rama’ and ‘Ravana’ in a Kathakali performance---The Ramayana by R. K. Narayan? ‘The Ramayana’ is considered as one of the great Hindu (Indian) epics of the fourth century BC that uses the performance style of the traditional Indian dance drama—Kathakali. Kathakali (literally, ‘story play’) is a type of total theatre, which is described as dance-drama. It performs dramatized stories in the form of combining dance, acting and music. Actors...
    3,742 Words | 11 Pages
  • all that glitters is not gold
    All that glitters is not gold is a well-known saying, meaning that not everything that looks precious or true turns out to be so. This can apply to people, places, or things that promise to be more than they really are. The expression, in various forms, originated in or before the 12th century[1] and may date back to Aesop.[2] Chaucer gave two early versions in English: "But all thing which that schyneth as the gold / Ne is no gold, as I have herd it told," and "Hyt is not al golde that...
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  • Three Paths in Hinduism - 1310 Words
    There are three paths in Hinduism - the path of knowledge, the path of devotion and the path of action. The topic to be discussed in this paper is the path of devotion, or 'bhakti' in Sanskrit. Devotion is defined as, "love, loyalty, or enthusiasm for a person, activity, or cause" (Google Definitions). In the case of any religion, specifically Hinduism, this devotion is towards a God or number of gods and realizing that they are not just there to be worshipped but will also protect you and help...
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  • Hanuman's Tale - 1283 Words
    The tale of Hanuman Hanuman, a mighty devotee ape of lord Rama and an incarnation of Lord Shiva, is one of the most interesting deities in the Hindu culture. The tales of Hanuman dates back to the time of Ramayana. Fairy tales from India are mostly based on the Hindu religion and the mythical characters associated with it. One has to thoroughly understand Indian culture to be able to identify with the culture’s tales. The values and beliefs presented in Hanuman cater to what is...
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  • The Role of Women in the Ramayana - 598 Words
    The Ramayana, one of India’s two great literary epics, is the story of the tragic romance between Prince Rama and his wife, Sita. Although not completely centered around the main plotline, the role of women in the Ramayana brings to light a noteworthy collection of stereotypes found in myths, folklore, and fairy tales from every time period and country many times over. Women described as ugly and disfigured like Kaikeyi’s servant Manthara are portrayed as evil, manipulative, and conniving, while...
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  • Ramayana - 1167 Words
    Law of Dharma The topic of this essay is to research the Law of Dharma and show how is plays within The Ramayana. In this the reader will be educated on the history of the Law of Dharma, where it originates, and how it affects the Hindu way of living. The Law of Dharma is a code of life in which we as a society are supposed to live by. Once this is established this knowledge will be compared to the sacred writing of the Hindus which is The Ramayana. The Law of Dharma will show in three mini...
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  • Role of Youth - 599 Words
    The role of youth in realising the dreams of Dr.Kalam “Dream, dream, dream, your dreams will transform into thoughts, thoughts lead to honest work, work results in action and you will succeed” has been rightly said by Dr.Abul Pakir Jainul Abideen Abdul Kalam. Dreams can be accomplished by youth as they have commitment to action. To quote Jean Ingelow “Youth! Youth! How buoyant are the hopes; they turn, Like marigolds, towards the sunny side”. Students’ life is meant for studies to become true...
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  • The Ramayana - 1659 Words
    Every Indian person knows the story of Ramayana. The story is read to all young children in India. Children are told the ancient tale in Sanskirt and boys are told to act like Rama and girls are told to act like Sita. They read of Ravana's extreme selfishness and disregard for anything or anyone leads to death. This classic piece of Hindu literature has influenced and shaped all aspects of Indian society. A society instills emotional balance and maturity into their children through stories of...
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  • Religious Education S.B.a - 430 Words
    Divali/Diwali What is Diwali? The name Diwali is a contraction of “Deepavali”; this is also means The Festival of Lights or Row of Lamps. This is one of the most important festivals in Hinduism and marks the attainment of moksha .Diwali falls on one new moon right between Mid-October and Mid-November, it is celebrated for five (5) days according to the Hindu calendar. This is believed that the time of transition from darkness to light-the light that empowers them to commit themselves to good...
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  • Shloka Translation - 1580 Words
    . AaidTyùdym!. || Ädityahådayam || — from the Ramayana — ttae yuÏpirïaNt< smre icNtya iSwtm!, tato yuddhapariçräntaà samare cintayä sthitam | rav[< ca¢tae †:qœva yuÏay smupiSwtm!. 1. rävaëaà cägrato dåñövä yuddhäya samupasthitam || 1|| dEvtEí smagMy Ôòum_yagtae r[m!, daivataiçca samägamya drañöumabhyägato raëam | %pagMyaävIÔammgSTyae Égvan! \i;>. 2. upägamyäbravédrämamagastyo bhagavän åñiù || 2|| 1, 2. Beholding Sri Rama, standing absorbed in thought on the battle-field,...
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  • Sita Sings Th Blues
    SITA SINGS THE BLUES Sita sings the blues is an animated film directed by an American artist named nina paley basically using 2D graphics and flash animation. This movie is directed produced and written by nina paley narrated by aseem chhabra, bhavana nagulpally, manish acharya. This movie stars sanjiv jhaveri, nina paley, deepti gupta, debargo sanyal, reena shah, Pooja kumar, Aladdin ulaah. The music for this film has been given by Annette hanshaw and the movie was released on 11th of February...
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  • the story of diwali - 350 Words
    The Hindu festival of lights – Diwali Deepavali or Diwali as it has come to be known as, means many things to many people. It means holidays from school, shopping expeditions for clothes, sweets, gifts and crackers to children. To the office-goer it means an annual bonus that can make all this happen. To the businessman Diwali means brisk business just as to the clay potter, Diwali is the occasion of the year when the bulk of his sales are made. Diwali has a special significance for the...
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  • Ramayana - 907 Words
    THE RAMAYANA I am a Hindu and I practice the Hindu religion and therefore the Ramayana is one of the great epics that I am aware of as it plays a huge role in the upbringing of the Hindu religion. There are so many characters in this great epic and the most talked characters are; Rama, Sita, and Lakshmana. If I were to mention what the brief summary of this great epic, then I would say this is a story about the three characters that is Rama, his wife Sita, and brother Lakshmana and their...
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  • Valmiki - 1164 Words
    “VALMIKI MAHARSHI” Valmiki’s real name was Ratnakara. He was the son of Prachetasa, a sage. by profession. Before this Valmiki was a robber Later with the teachings of Maharshi Narada he became a Rushi. What is Valmiki - Valmika in Devanagari means “ant- hill” Once when he was a very young boy, he had gone to the forest playing and was lost in the forest. His parents An searched for him but could not trace him. They thought that the boy has been eaten by some wild animals. hunter and...
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  • All That Glitters Is Not Gold
    The adage "All that glitters is not gold" cautions us against forming our opinion about objects on the basis of superficial impressions. It also implies that one should try to ascertain the true nature of things and to understand the reality hidden behind their glittering facade. However, love for glamour is deeply embedded in human nature. Taking advantage of this inherent vulnerability of man to glamour, cash rich companies rope in glamorous film and sports personalities to advertise their...
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  • descriptive essay - 427 Words
    FAVOURITE HOLIDAY The word Diwali is an incorrect form of the word Dipawali, which means Rows Of Light. People will celebrate this festival during Karthik (October- November). All Indians will celebrate this festival but different religious people have various opinions about it. The Hindhus celebrates this festival as a gesture of their joy because when Sri Ramachandra return to Ayodhya after 14 years exile in the forest following his victory over evil demon Ravana in a war and signifies...
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  • Sachin - 911 Words
    India cinema over the ages has developed a flavor and aroma of its own. The vibrancy and exuberance of our cinema is unparalleled across the globe. India cinema, over the year, has transcended the barriers of language, art and culture, broken all the bonds and crossed all borders to colour the entire world with is emblematic song, dances, music, melodrama and didacticism. India cinema has a bit of everything. It has the capacity to imbibe all the shades and every spice of life within its...
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  • mahabharat and management - 3095 Words
    Mahabharat and mgt. The Mahabharat, the longest epic in the world, is about couple of million words in total. Its not just the length of the epic that makes it grand and superior, but also the quality, reach and teachings it consists. The Mahabharat’s scope is best summarized by one quotation: “What is found here, may be found elsewhere. What is not found here, will not be found elsewhere”. Mahabharat is not plainly the story of a war or a source of wisdom for philosophers. It exposes the...
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  • Raghavendra - 289 Words
     MANASA LAKSHMI SOMISETTY E-mail: smanasa1126@gmail.com Mobile: 9866270567 Seeking a challenging environment, where my knowledge & skills are applied, that encourages continuous learning & creativity, provides exposure to empathetic ideas and simulates personal and professional growth in my field. Course Institution Board/University Year of passing Percentage B.Tech (EEE) MKIT Engineering College, Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh JNTU May 2013 76.15%...
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  • Dussehra - 250 Words
    Dussehra or Vijayadashmi is celebrated across India and follows the nine day festival of Navratas. On this day effigies of Ravana (King of Lanka), his brother Kumbhkaran and son Meghnad are burnt by people across India. The country witnesses huge Ramleela (Narration of tales of Lord Rama) functions which are basically stage plays spread over many days and depicting the life of Lord Rama. The last day of the Ramleels sees the burning of the three effigies as mentioned above symbolising the...
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  • Important gulliver's travels questions for S.A.-1
    ||Om Sree Guru Devaya Namah|| About the Institution In the year 1973, the renowned Hindi magazine named ‘Kadambini’ had printed an interesting article about two sages from India. The article threw light upon the pious activities of the sages. It said that they spent most of their time in practising meditation. One of the sages chose Amarkantak, the king of pilgrimages as the meditation. Amarkantak region is a unique natural heritage area and the meeting point of the Vindhyas and the...
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  • Shravan Kumar's Story - 1015 Words
    Shravan Kumar belonged to the time when King Dashratha ruled Ayodhya. He was born of poor and blind parents, but they had brought him up remarkably well. He was strong healthy and honest, and he had a good character. He bore sincere love and respect for his parents. He was also a great devotee of God. Everyday he worked hard to make his parents as comfortable and happy. In his leisure time he prayed to God and attended to his poor, blind and aging parents. One day his parents told him that they...
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  • Urmila Devi's Slumber - 1991 Words
    Urmila & Her Exile Long long ago, one fine day in the past, the sun is overhead and the weather is very bright and sunny but the Mansion of the „Surya Vamsh‟ appears to be gloomy. The king‟s palace is hugely crowded with people flooding in from all parts of the kingdom and neighborhood as well. The whole of the Dasarath‟s castle, everyone had their shoulders dropped, signifying their staunch disappointment in the series of events that occurred leading to the exile of Rama. Janak, indentured by...
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  • House Opposite - 355 Words
    Research into Hindu culture • Pyol: The pyol is a sort of front stoop where Indians often visit with neighbours and watch the world go by • Austerity : Noun the trait of great – denial • Prostrate: to cast oneself face down on the ground in humility. • Chappattis : A flat unleavened round shaped bread of northern India. Made of wheat flour, water and salt • Tapas: (noun) Hinduism religious austerity. • Hobnobbed : to associate on very friendly terms • Sarayn : The Sarayn is an ancient...
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  • The Ramayana: a Story of Abduction
    The Ramayana: A Story of Abduction In Morphology of the Folktale, Vladimir Propp proposes thirty-one functions that make up all Russian fairytales. Propp’s Formalist approach to analyzing folktales can be extended beyond stories of the Russian tradition and even beyond fairytales. Proppian analysis of the Hindu epic, The Ramayana, reveals that the story is driven forth by function eight whereby “the villain causes harm or injury to a member of family” (31). Because Rāvana’s abduction of Sita...
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  • Ramayana and Diwali - 525 Words
    Festivals are the lifeblood of all nations. They add charm and thrill to our humdrum life. India being a melting-pot of religious race an d cultures, it has a plethora of festivals and feasts. Among these, Diwali perhaps is the most pan-Indian festival celebrated with great pomp and mirth throughout the length and breadth of the country, largely in Northern and Central India. Diwali, better known as Deepawali among the Indian masses, is a festival of lights. There are many reasons why Diwali is...
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  • Ramayana - 742 Words
    Ramayana Ramayana, in Sanskrit means march or journey. It is part of the Hindu smriti written by Valmiki. The smriti is secondary in authority to the shruti. The Ramayana consists of 24,000 verses spanning seven books. It is believed to be written between the 4th and 2nd century B.C. The first book is called The Book of Youth; it is mostly about Ram. He is the oldest son in the kingdom born to King Dasarath and Queen Kausalya. Both Ram and Lakshman (one of the twin born to Queen Kaikeyi) are...
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  • The Ramayana Family Role - 1564 Words
    The Ramayana Hindus are extremely respectful and prideful people with many strong core beliefs. These beliefs have been passed down through the ages in The Ramayana. Throughout this epic poem, Rama, his family, and many others exemplify what it means to be Hindu. Rama is considered to be a perfect Hindu and follows all aspects of Hinduism flawlessly. This includes following duty, honor, responsibilities based on a person’s place in society, and most important to Rama, family. In the epic The...
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  • Arhuna and Ravana - 485 Words
    Essay Comparing Arjuna and Rama Chris Brownlee World Lit. 11/27/02 In the Indian epics the Bhagavad-Gita translated by Barbara Stoler-Miller and the Ramayana translated by R.K. Narayan there are two heroes, both faced with difficult decisions that at times completely contradict the hero's Dharma, or spiritual duty. The two heroes', Arjuna Rama are forced to deal with their difficulties in separate but not unlike ways. In the Bhagavad-Gita, Arjuna has trouble fighting his friends and...
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  • Tragic Heroes - 920 Words
    Timeless Qualities As human beings, we have traits that are looked up to, no matter what time period, or culture. The qualities that make a hero may change a bit, but being willing to sacrifice yourself, having courage, and being able to overcome an immense challenge are traits that make a hero regardless of culture or time period. Bravery and courage are thought to be admirable traits to human beings, which is why they are hero traits. One hero that possesses this quality is Gilgamesh. When...
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  • Diwali Festival - 400 Words
    Diwali is an annual festival of Hindus. Generally it falls during the month of October or November. Hindus throughout India celebrate this festival with great joy. The festival of Diwali has a religious sanction behind it. It was on this day thousands of years ago that Shri Ram Chandra set foot on Ayodhya after completing the 14 years of his exile. His return was a matter of great joy and relief to the people of Ayodhya. They celebrated the occasion by arranging illuminations on a large...
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  • A Synopsis of the Series Amrutham - 3348 Words
    Characters Icchapurapu Amrutha Rao (aka Amrutham, played by Sivaji Raja, Naresh and Harshavardhan in different episodes) is the main character of the serial. He is an innocent, gullible middle-aged man. He owns a restaurant called Amrutha Vilas (renamed to New Amrutha Vilas and New Amrutha Terrace Vilas at later points in the serial) in Hyderabad. He dreams of making it big with his restaurant business but each "innovative" step he takes towards that only ends up in losses or at best, breaking...
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  • Dharma and Karma - 349 Words
    Dharma is a Sanskrit word and concept with different meanings in regards to Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism (Dharma). In the story of Ramayana, it displays the Dharma in correspondence with the meaning of Hinduism. Dharma is the law that tells individuals how to behave and is one of the 4 ends of life. It is the path of righteousness and living one’s life according to the codes of conduct (Dharma). Karma is defined as sum of person’s actions in one of his successive states of existence, viewed...
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  • xams - 997 Words
    Diwali is a festival of lights. It is one of the most loved festivals of the Hindus. It is generally celebrated in the month of October or November. It is celebrated because it was on this day that Lord Rama returned to his kingdom after 14 years of exile along with his wife Sita and brother Laxman after killing the demon, Ravana. About a week before the festival, people start cleaning their house a decorating it with paper cuttings and lights everybody buys new clothes, exchange sweets and...
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  • The Odyssey and The Ramayana - 1240 Words
     World Literature Online Love Is All You Need Love…..Love is one of the driving forces behind humanity, an emotion that transcends time and cultures. It’s no wonder that love is a theme often repeated in our literary works, such as The Odyssey and The Ramayana of Valmiki. The Odyssey and The Ramayana of Valmiki are two of the world’s earliest works of literature, so old in fact, they started out as oral traditions. These two epics have much in common, despite the fact that there is a...
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  • Analysis of the Ramayana - 1076 Words
    Analysis of the Ramayana The West as usual has a culturally biased view and tends to label non-western scriptures as mythical while its zealots swear fealty to the literal truth of the Bible. In fairness, it subjects its own ancient books to independent verification by acceptable standards, but devotes more time, intellectual effort and talent to the biased purpose. The archeological efforts by Schliemann at Troy and Rawlinson at Beheshtun lend credence to parts of the Iliad and the...
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  • Compare Contrast Paper - 764 Words
    W.B Monday October 1, 2012 Compare / Contrast Essay The differences and similarities between Ramayana and Gilgamesh are very noticeable. In my opinion Ramayana and Gilgamesh are like water and wine. While they both fight battles and they are both important people in their home lands, they have totally different ways of going about life and totally different views on their power as king. “To bad as well as good, to all, A generous man compassion shows; On earth no mortal lives, he knows,...
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  • Ramayana - 340 Words
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