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    1924 a well educated and modern Brahmin family in a small village in South India. She was brought up in a healthy atmosphere with traditional and cultural values. She was the student of the University of Madras where she studied history between the years of 1940 to 1947.12 Besides studying at the University, she also worked as a journalist, wrote short stories and fiction. She has a good opportunity to travel through India and Europe; this helps her to get the knowledge of the East and the…

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    Surf Excel Case Study

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    Hindustan Unilever Limited It was in 1931 Hindustan Unilever limited had entered India as Hindustan Vanaspathi Manufacturing Company. In 1933 it incorporated the Lever brothers India company. In 1935 it incorporated the United Traders limited. In 1956 it formed Hindustan Lever Limited(HLL). TOMCO joined HLL in 1994. In 1996 it acquired Ponds and Lakme. Recently in 2007 it got renamed as HUL Hindustan Unilever Limited. This is a large FCMG with over 100 countries. The products of the HUL have…

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    Sawantwadi Case Study

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    Dr. Shaila B., Ashwathi S., Jainam K. The charisma of a place is reflected by its Art and Culture. These are shown through numerous forms of folk traditions, performing arts, music, paintings, writings, rituals and beliefs to mention a few. India has been known for its rich culture since ages now. On a journey from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu to Jammu and Kashmir we will come across innumerable types of Art forms. Every state has their unique history on the form of Art and Culture which takes…

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    Pakistan is a developing country. It is located in the South Asia. It is also known as the heart of Asia. Pakistan is an Islamic country. In early 19th century there was no development in this country but as time passed by, the country has start developing day by day. Now this country has respectful Army and also have respectable name in world’s nuclear power. Now in 21st century the country is recognized as one of the largest Nuclear Power in the world. A country where there are so…

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    India is the births place of two of the world’s major religions: Hinduism and Buddhism. Around the year 500, Brahmanism dominated India, which was the continuation of Vedism, the culture bought to India by Aryans around 1500BC, The Aryans’ ideas of Brahmanism merged with the ideas of the native people in the Indus Valley, developing Hinduism. Around 500BC, Buddhism was established by Siddarttha Gautama. Both Brahmanical Hinduism and Buddhism in India are inseparable from its society, culture and…

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    had shrunk by 1750 and had been replaced by a wide variety of autonomous political entities. Towards the end of the 18th century, the political configuration underwent another change with with the increased political dominance of the British East India Company and beginning of colonialism in South Asia. Here, the British constructed the Battle of Plassey in 1757 as a significant break in history, an event that hailed a revolutionary change. Thus, it is generally viewed as a period…

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    as unacceptable by society in order to survive. In the book Behind the Beautiful Forevers Katherine Boo explores the life of the people in Annawadi and shows us the very defined line between the rich and the poor in this community in India. Annawadi is a “Slum” in India made up of lower class people who live in shacks that sell trash as their main source of income. Boo shows us how this line of work does not generate enough money for the people of Annawadi to be able to survive. The only other…

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    The Golden Coach is a 1952 film directed by Jean Renoir. The film tells the story of a commedia dell’arte troupe in 18th century Peru. Renoir is a French film director, and the son of impressionist painter Pierre Renoir. His films, in both silent and later eras, are noted for their realism and narrative. Inspired by both Mérimée's short play, “Le Carrosse du Saint-Sacrement” and Vivaldi’s music, Renoir's film unfolds naturally in a dramatic atmosphere that is both theater and life. Indeed,…

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    Bangladesh is a country rich in archaeological wealth from different periods. One of such places of archaeological interest is the Jorbangla Temple in Pabna district. It is also known as the Gopinath Jorbangla Temple. Among the 10 Jorbangla temples in Bangladesh this is the only one declared as a protected monument by the department of Archaeology of Bangladesh. The Gopinath Jorbangla Temple is located in the south-eastern part of Pabna city in kala chand para. The exact age of the temple is not…

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    Monsoon Season Essay

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    What is monsoon season? This monsoon word come from Arabic word which is wind patterns due to replacement of weather patterns. Monsoon typical definition is a season of wind reversing followed by corresponding changes in atmospheric calculation and precipitation . It is related with the asymmetric heating of sea and land. On the other word, monsoon also means rainy phase of pattern that are changing seasonally even though there is dry phase. The annual average of rainfall is 2420 mm for…

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