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  • Ambedkar Religious Conversion

    Religious conversion: The ex-untouchables are ascribed with unclean, impure, polluting and untouchable identity in Hindu fold. Dr. Ambedkar awakens them regarding their derogative identity in the religious discourse. He exposed the Hindu religious system for their exploitations. The Tulsi beads, songs of Rama and pilgrimage to Pandharpur were useless for their material problems . He asked them to imbibe virtue, selfless service and spotless sacrifice. He addressed them as Dalits which is neither…

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  • Indus Valley Migration Essay

    advanced city life, “a counterpart of the civilizations that had emerged along the Tigris and Euphrates and the Nile appeared along Indus river in northwestern India.” (Edgar, Robert R, et al 66). It was the most punctual known human progress in South Asia. It is known as the Indus Valley Civilization. It was the main human progress to thrive in India. This kept going from 2500 BC until 1500 BC. It is in some cases alluded to as the Harappan human advancement, named for the site of Harappa, one…

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  • Examples Of Poverty And Social Exclusion

    Poverty and Social Exclusion – Adivasis Given the hierarchal structure of our Indian society, exclusion linked deprivation is associated to groups like Scheduled Castes (SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs) and Other Backward Classes (OBCs) which comprise a large segment of the population. Social exclusion in layman’s language is the lack of equal opportunities for some groups which restricts their political, social and economic participation in an economy. This was the case of Hasari Pal in the movie…

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  • Chutki Work Embroidery Analysis

    Gupta and Goel (1999) depicted ‘Chutki’ work as the traditional embroidery of Rampur in Uttar Pradesh in the article ‘Rampur folk art: Chutki work embroidery’. Major attribute of ‘chutki’ work was a dot and a leaf, which was set by folding pieces by hand called as ‘patti’. These designs were named after the arrangements as ‘chaddiyan’, ‘jaldaar’, ‘haar’, ‘suraj’ and ‘gamla’. Dresses and made-ups were amazingly supplemented with chutki work. Simple slipstitch was used to fasten small motifs onto…

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  • The Mughal Empire: The History Of The Mughal Empire

    Mughal Empire The history of Mughal’s in India started when Baber conquered India. He was the founder of the Mughal dynasty in India. He invaded India several times. In his final invasion he became the master of Delhi after the war in Panipat in 1526. Baber fell seriously sick and died in 1530. His son Humayun succeeded him. Humayun was derived of his empire so he travelled abroad as a landless person. His son, Akbar was born in Sind in 1542. Humayun conquered india in 1555 with the support of…

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  • The Golden Age Of India And The Gupta Empire

    For the next 1,500 years, different parts of India were ruled by Middle kingdoms, among which the famous Gupta Empire stood out. This period witnessed an intellectual resurgence of the Hindu religion. It can be called the "Golden Age of India". During this time, aspects of culture and religion spread to a lot of Asia, while kingdoms in southern India had sea trade with the Roman Empire. During this time, the Indian cultural influence spread over large areas of Southeast Asia. This would lead…

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  • A Silence Of Desire By Kamala Markandaya Analysis

    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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  • Patanjali Ayurvedi Case Study

    Abstract Patanjali Ayurveda Limited is an Indian brand of Ayurvedic, herbal and wellness products. It is one of the fastest growing FMCG Company which has turned out to be most disruptive force in the Indian market (Kumar, 2016). It has exponentially expanded its product portfolio across the wide range of FMCG products. There are 15000 exclusive retail outlets, 3000 Patanjali chikitsalaya kendras and other retail chains for the wide range of products (Pandey and Sah, 2016). The increased…

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  • Summary Of Quest For Truth And Self-Realization In Raja Rao's Short Story

    ‘Quest for Truth and Self-realization’ in Raja Rao’s Short Stories Raja Rao with his manifold contribution to Indian fiction in English in terms of language and style, remains unparalleled in India. To portray essential Indian sensibility, and modes of thought, he has made a creative use of the resources of the English language. Being a careful and conscious artist who is disciplined in himself, Raja Rao allows himself plenty of time to give a perfect shape to his metaphysical ideas. By…

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  • Seven Steps Around The Fire Analysis

    Authority, Subversion and the Telling voices of the Subalterns in Mahesh Dattani’s Seven Steps around the Fire ABSTRACT: Transgendered occupy a chunk of Indian population. Not only in India but in most of the countries they live like social outcasts. Mahesh Dattani is a playwright who takes up his pen for these wretched of the earth. Seven Steps around the Fire dramatizes the brutal murder of a hijra for her secret marriage with a son of a minister. Dattani delves deep into the problem and…

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