Gateway of India

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  • Tobacco Case Study

    on tobacco has become an ethical challenge for the Government of India. Tobacco was originally an expensive product, but it quickly became cheap through mass production in countries like India. It became so cheap that young children started smoking and it led to major health problems for the population of India. The Government noticed their increase in “state spending on health care” (Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India. (n.d.), and now that they had to do something to prevent…

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  • Cultural Vibrancy Essay

    Culture is the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular society, group, place, or time based on the Merriam-Webster. There are a lot of examples of culture based on the video clip. Culture is the festivals, events, dinning art scene, stories and customs, history, cool architecture, creative talents, public art, and outdoor places like park, farms and outdoor fountain, they are all part of the culture all of these things create activity and buzz. There are also a positive energy that is…

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  • Saladin Leadership Essay

    Saladin was a Muslim military leader born in 1138 and died from Yellow Fever in 1193. He was the son of a Kurdish chief who was noble and wealthy. (Bower, Bert, and Jim Lobdell. History Alive! the Medieval World and beyond. Palo Alto, CA: Teachers' Curriculum Institute, 2004. Print.)When Saladin was a young boy, he experienced the Christian attack on Damascus, which influenced him into thinking of the need for him to defend his home. Saladin grew up to be an honorable Sultan with traits and…

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  • Dubrov York Research Paper

    1. Introduction to Dubrovnik City. Dubrovnik is located on the Adriatic coast in the Southern part of Croatia. The City is listed as UNESCO World Heritage since 1979. Tourist from all over the world coming to see the perfectly preserved defensive walls with mighty forts and towers, characteristic Baroque houses with red roof tops, and many Gothic-Renaissance palaces. Dubrovnik, as other cities of Croatian cost line proud themselves by the crystal clear sea and surrounded by amazing countryside…

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  • Wallenberg Place In London

    Wallenberg Place is in the London district of England. The postcode is inside of the Bryanston and Dorset Square ward/constituent division, which is in the voting demographic of Cities of London and Westminster. Metro Take the Blue or Orange Line to the Smithsonian Station. Leave through the Independence Avenue/Bureau of Engraving and Printing Exit. As you venture off the lift proceed on Independence Avenue towards fourteenth Street. Cross and go left on fourteenth Street and the BEP is one…

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  • Jasmine By Bharati Mukherjee Analysis

    Maria Ponn Sindhuja. P II MA English Literature PG & Research Department of English Holy Cross College Trichy Use of Mythical Elements in Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine Bharati Mukherjee was born in Calcutta and moved to Canada and then to U.S.A. She has written numerous articles. She has two non-fiction books, seven novels, and two short story collections to her credit. Mukherjee lives in America, she not only has practiced the American culture but has imbibed it. She is a diasporic writer, but…

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  • Ashoka Played An Important Role As The Ruler Of Maurya

    Yazel Myhoob 2 October 2017 Identify #4 Ashoka- Ashoka lived in ancient India and played an important role as the ruler of Maurya from 268 to 232 BC. Ashoka conquered Kalinga due to his interest in their powerful trade systems and sought to force his rule upon the people of Kalinga, modern-day Orissa. Ashoka eventually conquered Kalinga and had almost asserted his rule over the whole continent. Pataliputra was crowned as the capital city of Maurya after Kalinga was conquered. Brahmins-…

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  • Light Of India By Octavio Vega Analysis

    1. Today, India and the United States share similarities in the diversity found within their citizens, but I would argue, there is a higher degree of differences regarding both. In Octavio Paz’s, In Light of India, he makes note of the striking similarities of India and Mexico but first, points to their inversion of creation. Paz, on Mexico, claims “the pre-Hispanic civilization was destroyed, and what survives are its remnants: in India, the ancient civilization is a reality that encompasses…

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  • Analysis Of Else Lasker-Schuler's My Blue Piano

    Else Lasker-Schuler was one of the most interesting characters on the art scene in early 20th century Germany. Not only was Lasker-Schuler a female poet, which was highly unusual at the time, she was also an author, artist, and playwright (The National Library of Israel). This analysis will focus on the Lasker-Schuler’s poem, “My Blue Piano”, which is the title poem of her last collection of poems. “My Blue Piano” demonstrates many modernist characteristics and helps to understand the difficult…

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  • Gandhi: The Most Influential Leader Of The Twentieth Century

    also known as Mahatma Ghandi, was a very famous political and spiritual leader in India, he was the one who accomplished the Indian independence which his nation hoped for such a long time. He was the one who lead the campaign of the passive resistance, which had a great impact over the world. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, better known as Mahatma Gandhi, was born in Porbandar, Gujarat, located in the North West of India on the day 2nd October in 1896. Mahatma was born in a high…

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