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    On October 28th, 2015, the first meeting was about creating a list for the menu for an STICA Diwali potluck event. The participants in the meeting included are Raj Ponnusamy, Nitya Thangasamy, Uma Janakiraman, Sudha Jayaraman, and Malar/Natarajan Gunasekaran. The main menu includes appetizers, dinner, and desserts. On November 11th, 2015, the second meeting was to contact different participants and assigned them to prepare a dish. My parents had to email list volunteers, who are making the dish…

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    That particular day they were celebrating Diwali. Diwali is the festival of lights celebrated in autumn (northern hemisphere) or spring (southern hemisphere) every year. Diwali is one of the largest and brightest festivals in India. This holiday is to spiritually signify the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, and good over evil. Its festivity…

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    Meaning Of Advertisement

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    India’s largest festival 'Diwali '. This festival is celebrated all across the nation, so coca cola came with an advertisement which shows the Indian tradition as well as gives consumer an idea of celebrating the festival with opening a Coca-Cola. As we can see in the picture there are lots of food items kept with Coca-Cola and all that food items are different types of Indian sweets, specialties of the festival. By this Coca cola is trying to tell consumers that this Diwali, try sharing…

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    Non-Western Dance Analysis

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    dance itself seemed to begin with common steps found in Indian dance, however the end of the dance was the performers dancing to Ju Ju on that Beat, a current dance craze throughout the United States. Other examples of the hybrid dances performed at Diwali night, were the use of current hit songs mixed with what I believe to be Indian music. Unlike the previous example, the rest of the dances were not as heavily influenced with current dances. The dances did include other dance styles but…

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    Diwali is a five-day festival celebrated for new beginnings and the triumph of good. The third day out of the five is usually the actual day of Diwali and the festival lands anywhere from mid-October to mid-November depending on the Lunar calendar. Diwali is a celebration of the New Year as well and gifts are often times exchanged. During the season of Diwali my family spends time with extended family and friends. We get together…

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    example of unfairness came when each of the employees received a Diwali gift for Rs 600, which was higher than previous years of Rs 400 and Rs 500. The workers claimed that since the company was financial successful, they deserved a larger percentage of the profits as a gift for Diwali. Disapproval grew further when the workers caught news that a competitor of HMSI, Hero-Honda, was giving their employees a refrigerator for a Diwali gift. The company would not budge on the amount offered to…

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    place to catch the event than in the capital city. Washington DC will see hundreds of thousand people flock near the Capital Building to experience some fantastic fireworks and a joyous atmosphere – and burgers, there will be lots of burgers. 6. Diwali –…

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    Globally, Coca Cola leads the Cola Wars by outselling Pepsi by at-least over a 100 million cases of Coca cola annually. So it isn’t rocket science to conclude that Coca Cola is better than Pepsi (sells more). But when we ask the question, Why is this the case, the answer will leave you baffled. (Cause it 's not about the taste!) Why is coca cola better than pepsi? Having been the two most competitive companies, Coca-Cola and Pepsi have always been neck-to-neck in the Soda Business. However…

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    Festivals are celebrated with families, relatives, friends and the communities, generally at home and public places and at temples. Some of the biggest festivals of the year are Diwali, Navrartiri, and Holi. Diwali, the festival of lights, is the largest festival of the year, which is celebrated around October and November. Diwali signifies good over evil and light over darkens. Decorating homes, preparing sweets, lighting oil lamps, all for the enlightenment of one’s souls. Navaratri, is the…

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    Hinduism Religion Essay

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    Hinduism is a very complicated, yet historical, making it a very interesting religion to learn about. Hinduism has five basic beliefs. The first is that truth is eternal. Hindus pursue knowledge and truth. According to the Vedas, an ancient Hindu text, truth is one, but it expresses it in a variety of ways. Another basic belief is that the Brahman is truth. Hindus believe in Brahman as the one true God, who has no limit, no form, and is eternal. The Vedas are the ultimate authority, another…

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