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    In today’s world, when both the parents have work related commitments, children spend a considerable time of their childhood in different social contexts. As the early years of childhood are very important for social, emotional, cognitive, physical and language development, children’s social surroundings put a great impact on developing their views and attitudes. Robinson et.al (2006) explains that this development takes place in within different social contexts where issues related to human…

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    Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss is deliberately hallmarked by its abundance of juxtapositions within the text. Sai and Gyan, the atmospheres of Kalimpong and the Gorkha National Liberation Front Movement, as well as the colonial and postcolonial world are placed side by side to evoke deep contrasts. The protagonist, Sai Mistry, undergoes a personal development process that is the product of her life circumstances, her interactions with Gyan, as well as her experience living amidst the…

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    Self-reflection is the capacity to exercise introspection and the willingness to learn more about the self. This is a great time of the year to look back since I have joined the firm for more than three months already. During this period of time, I have been actively participating in various professional networks’ events and meetings, building and maintaining relationships across service lines, proactively playing a role in pursuits and client work, growing into a strong team player, delivering…

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    2.2. WOMEN’S ETHNIC WEAR Ethnic wear has always been the most preferred choice of Indian women as it is the reflection of our rich culture and heritage. Indian ethnic wear industry is one such industry which has taken great strides over past few years. The success that this industry has achieved is absolutely incredible. It is booming like anything even today. Lifestyle of people living in India has changed over past few years and it is still changing with rapid pace. In accordance with this the…

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    India had established trade cultural and political relations with Southeast Asian kingdoms. Influence of Indian civilization became most powerful among them and in Southeast Asian mainland. The people of Southeast Asia are said to have moved from southern China to southwards. Most forms of Hinduism are henotheistic where they recognize a single deity, and view other Gods reflection of the supreme God. These kinds of religions have traditionally been among the world’s most religiously tolerant…

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    remember the sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S). Muslims holy events,days and months are dependent on Islamic calendar . Their Holy events are Eid , Ramadan , Hajj etc . Hindus events are dependent on different season . Their events are like Holi , Diwali etc. Muslims buries the dead body after their death while Hindus burn the body of a dead person…

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    Personality traits of Indians • Indians treat Cricket as a culture. Indians are crazy about cricket and follow it religiously, they refer to cricket as a ‘religion’. • They are also very Socializing. Indians are hardly spotted alone, they are very talkative and don’t mind making conversation with strangers. • Indians are full of Empathy. They are caring and always ready to help those in need. Eg: due to their social nature, Indians make friends easily and they won’t back off if they see a…

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    The first major theme that emerged across Q1 and Q4 was religion creating discipline and harmony. Participants in Q1and Q4 were of differing opinions on the role played by religion in their lives. On one hand, Q1 participants were of the opinion that religion brings “peace of mind” and that it is required to organize a way of life and provides a code of conduct. It is important to keep “our culture in place.” One of the participants stated that “religionis okay. It gets me peace of mind and…

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    rooms at workplace for certain religions. Such facility helps retain people from varied religions. In India, for example, companies which have set up the off shoring units, distribute gifts and celebrate with employees all the local festivals like Diwali (festival of lights) which helps the company create a greater bond with the employees. In turn helping increase the productivity. 3. Diversity Practices in Canada One of the common features in top organizations to work for in Canada is…

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    Truly, the word Halloween is a withdrawal from the expression "All Hallows Even," which implies the day preceding All Hallows Day (better known as All Saints' Day) .Just like Diwali, Ramadan, or New Year’s day, Halloween is praised nearly in each nation, regardless of the fact that the festival mainly celebrates just outside traits, for example, pumpkins, outfits, and youngsters requesting confections. Despite the fact that the introductory significance of Halloween had a great deal to do with…

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