Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

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  • Analysis Of Caste And Caste By Govind Sadashiv Ghurye

    About the Author: Govind Sadashiv Ghurye (1893-1984) is a towering figure in intellectual and academic circles for his unique contribution in the field of Indian sociology. He is consider as the ‘father of Indian sociology.’ It was the tragedy of G. S. Ghurye to be overshadowed by one of his own students the modest but brilliant M. N. Srinivas. But the difference was as much in historical moment as in scholarship. Ghurye made his career in preparation British India; subaltern status forged his…

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  • Secularism In The Novel Lajja

    Taslima Nasrin’s ‘Lajja’ is a response to the anti-Hindu riots that broke out in Bangladesh after the demolition of the Babri Masjid in India. Its intent is to warn the people of Bangladesh that communalism is on the rise, that the Hindu minority is badly mistreated and that the secularism they once fought for is in grave danger. Nasrin utilizes fiction's mass emotional appeal, rather than its potential for distinction and universality. Lajja is a poignant and unrelenting account of the…

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  • Mahatma Gandhi: The Characteristics Of Transformational Leadership

    Abstract: It is true that some of the inspiring and motivating lessons for humanity lie in the past. This Analytical paper of study is tribute to great leader of great abilities, charisma and achievement i.e. Mahatma Gandhi. History tells the story of their greatness and their success .Mahatma Gandhi fit the meaning of transformational leader in very clear way. Business management and managers must learn and appreciate the lives and achievement of this great man. This paper starts with…

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  • Akbar Administration Analysis

    Akbar was an enlightened and successful administrator. It goes to the credit of Akbar that the subsequent Mughal rulers followed in principle the administrative policy developed by him. Babur and Humayun had little time to take any initiative in formulating any administrative policy worth the name. Important features of Akbar’s administration are given below: Akbar’s ideal of Kingship. According to him, “Upon the conduct of a monarch depends the efficiency of any course of action. His…

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  • Home Away From Home Analysis

    Mokshat Sood Professor Michael Bradley English 101 8 November 2017 Home Away from Home 'Dilwaalon ki Dilli' (The city of 'Heart'-izans) is how the inhabitants would call it. The capital of India, holds together the threads of the traditional and of the colonial. As a child, visiting Delhi was a yearly ritual (I come from Chandigarh, north of Delhi) - a pitstop, along the visit to my grandmother. My view of Delhi was a cognitive effect of the media. I knew only two things - 'Delhi is unsafe for…

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  • Danny And Peachy Character Analysis

    The film revolves around two main characters, Danny and Peachy, that were both ex soldiers in India at the time of the British rule. The country, according to them is too small to house them; so they end up traveling to Kafiristan where they would then become kings in their rights. Rudyard Kipling, the author of the entire film, is regarded as a character that was present at the very beginning up to and until the end of the whole movie. The film tells the story of the above mentioned charming…

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  • Midnight's Children Analysis

    Handcuffed to India Saleem Sinai is the narrator and the main character of the novel Midnight’s Children. He grows up in India, in a normal, Muslim family who have enough money to get him educated. One thing that is not normal, is that he is born at the exact moment of India’s independence. Because Saleem was born at this exact moment, he has a couple of gifts. For instance, he could convoke the Midnight’s Children; a group of children who are all born around India’s Independence. Midnight’s…

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  • Dallit Self Narrative Analysis

    Dr. Darshana Trivedi Professor & Head , Department of English, School of Languages, Gujarat University,Ahmedabad (M) 9228391245 Abstract Confronting the Power Structure: A Study of Dalit Self narratives from Humanistic Perspective Dr.Babasheb Ambedkar in his speech “Annihilation of Caste” says: You cannot build anything on the foundations of caste. You cannot build up a nation; you cannot build…

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  • Social Characters In William Forster's A Passage To India

    Forster's A Passage to India was published in 1924 after the two individual visits of Forster's to India in 1912 after a few years of World War I in 1921. In the period of his visits to India, Forster met various Indians, among them Syed Masood who became a fast friend of Forster. The connection between them is portrayed by Forster through the friendship between Aziz and Mr. Fielding, the English schoolmaster. Subsequently, Forster had the limited experience of both sides, keeping up a…

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  • Ouija Board Quotes

    Trying the Ouija Board “The Best way to find yourself is too loose yourself in the services of others .” This quote is by Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Independence movement against British, led India to its Independence, and inspired movements. This quote goes along with my story pretty well and it would have been nice to have known about the quote before I did my actions. About 3 months, I didn’t stay true to myself and regretted it for a whole 2 months, I learned to be true to yourself and…

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