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    AIM IMS Application (Annexure – 1) DR. BHIMRAO RAMJI AMBEDKAR – A PEACEFUL WARRIOR OF HUMANITY - Dr. Mithun G Kherde, (BDS, MPH) - Introduction Born on 14th April 1891 at Mhow (MP), to Ramji and Bhimbai in Mahar caste which was considered to be untouchable, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar is today well known to the world as an intellectual revolutionary, who became the ultimate ray of hope for the depressed and discriminated human beings in India. He was the greatest son born to India. A True “Bharat Ratna”, who liberated millions of people who were denied basic human rights, kept oppressed and who were generation to generation exploited in the name of caste-based hierarchy, religion and treated as outcaste. Ambedkar sowed for them the seeds of true freedom…

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    Dalit literature emerged as a response to the hegemonic Brahminic oppression and its various forms of silencing the Dalits. Though there are various thinkers, such as Buddha, Jyotiba Phule, S.M. Mate who were concerned about the plight of the lowest caste and untouchables but it was B.R. Ambedkar (1891-1956), who is considered "the pioneer of Dalit literature" (Dangle vii). Ambedkar's writing and his political activism played a significant role in understanding the injustices and atrocities of…

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    Annihilation of caste written by B.R. Ambedkar in 1936 is a robust and compelling speech written for the Jat Pat Todak Mandal’s annual conference. The speech which was deemed “unbearable” by the Reception Committee went on to become one of the most revolutionary texts against the prevailing caste system in India. It’s easy to understand why that is the case once you read it. Interestingly, Ambedkar starts in a very humble manner, unlike most of his extremist contemporaries, which sets a…

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    Neo Soul Music Essay

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    Black music is always revolving and changing, creative musicians are always trying to add new elements to existing contents. In this research paper, we are going to look into the development of modern days neo-soul music in America, what makes this style of music fascinating to a lot of music lovers, artists that excels in this style of music and how it influenced musicians around the world. It is extremely difficult to separate R&B, hip-hop, jazz and neo-soul as these genres of music are…

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    Essay On Neo Soul

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    music. The term was instituted by music industry business visionary Kedar Massenburg amid the late 1990s to showcase and depict a style of music that risen out of soul and contemporary R&B. Intensely situated in soul music, neo soul is recognized by a less ordinary sound than its contemporary R&B partner, with joined components running from jazz, funk, and hip bounce to pop, combination, and African music. It has been noted by music journalists for its conventional R&B impacts, cognizant driven…

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    Hobbits are always predictable—they never have any adventures or do anything out of the ordinary. They like peace and quiet and enjoy the comforts of home, like the six meals they have a day. The unexpected hero, Mr. Bilbo Baggins, like any hobbit, enjoys the comforts of his hobbit hole, but eventually finds himself doing and saying things rather unexpected. The Hobbit, a fantasy fiction novel by J.R.R. Tolkien, shows how Bilbo evolves from a simple hobbit to a true hero. Bilbo Baggins…

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    Essay On Loyalty

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    means rather than knowing what loyal means. That can be the problem. Before you know what loyalty is not you should know what it is and that’s the problem many people do not. The length of a relationship cannot determine loyalty or how often you see that person. You could see someone everyday and be friends with him or her but he or she may never show loyalty, while on the other hand, you can have someone who you see once a week and they show loyalty to you. Loyalty is big all over the world…

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    around the world. On that day Peter Jackson released the third and final Hobbit movie, The Battle of Five Armies. It was almost exactly thirteen years before, (December 19th, 2001) that he released the first movie of The Lord of the Rings trilogy; The Fellowship of the Ring. This was a huge moment for all the fans of J.R.R Tolkien’s books, because The Battle of Five Armies is the last part of the whole series. Although the Hobbit trilogy was very enjoyable and emotional, it was also a bit…

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    Narrative Suture and Reader Engagement in The Hobbit Reader engagement is critical for the success of a novel. If a reader is not interested in the novel, it is unlikely for them to finish it or recommend it to others. Therefore, an author will use various narrative strategies to promote reader engagement, and this is something that J. R. R. Tolkien does extremely well. The Hobbit has received wide critical acclaim and has become one of the most famous novels of our time, due in part to the…

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    Confidence in the Quest Bilbo Baggins from The Hobbit and Sierra from Shadowshaper both start out as characters who do not know much about the fantastic that is in their lives. Bilbo knows a miniscule part of what lies beyond his hole in the ground, but never imagined being a part of any adventure because as a hobbit they stay with comfort. Sierra on the other hand is an artist that knows nothing of what was to come in her future. At the beginning of the book it shows that after leaving the…

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