Music of India

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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 to the institution of Indian kingdoms in Southeast Asia. In some parts of North India, Muslim rule started in the 13th century. The central Asia Turks would establish the Delhi Sultanate in 1206. In the early 14th century, The Delhi Sultanate ruled…

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  • Bennett Coleman Company Case Study

    Bennett Coleman Group The Times Group is India’s largest media conglomerate with its flagship Bennett, Coleman and Company Limited (BCCL) being the largest publishing company in India and South-Asia. Starting off with The Times of India – which is now the largest English publication in the world, BCCL and its subsidiaries (called The Times of India Group), are present in every existing media platform – Newspapers, Magazines, Books, TV, Radio, Internet, Event Management, Outdoor Display, Music,…

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  • The Influence Of The Caste System

    The caste system used by Hindus of India is the oldest social structure in the world. The first mention of the system is in the Sanskrit text Manusmriti (also known as the Laws of Manu), which dates 1000 years before the birth of Christ, which "acknowledges and justifies the caste system as the basis of order and regularity of society"(BBC, 2017). The system divides Hindus into hierarchical groupings based upon their karma (work) and dharma (duty). These groupings are called castes. There are…

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  • What Is The Film Response Jodha Akbar?

    Film Response Jodha Akbar I will answer the questions you asked on canvas regarding the film to display my understanding of the film and the fusion and clash of the Hindu and Muslim cultures. Akbar was a Muslim man of peace and truly wanted to see both Hindu, Muslims and other religions to flourish together in harmony, in the same environment. Octavio Paz tells us of how music was quite a large success in bringing the two religions together. He claims that the music of India greatly influenced…

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  • Sikhism In South Asia

    (literature, theater, dance, music, art, and architecture) The history of South Asia countries have been shaped through centuries by the influence of different immigrant groups such as, Islam including (Sufism as a mystic variant of Islam), and Sikhism. India’s ability…

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  • Importance Of Indian Culture

    But nowadays more of modernised version of Indian culture and adoption of western lifestyle is seen in the society. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY • The paper will discuss briefly about Indian culture and tradition. • Emergence of western culture in India. • Wide acceptance of pop culture in Indians in terms of lifestyle, food and dressing. INDIA – A COUNTRY KNOWN FOR ITS VAST CULTURE AND TRADITIONS As the famous Sadhguru says, India as a culture, with all its apparent disorganisation, used to…

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  • Homonyms And Synonyms In India

    India is a country with huge population. However, some people have achieved great sucess through their hard work and abilities. Let’s learn about some of these famous personalities. Homonyms are words that sound like one another but have different meanings. Synonyms are words with similar meanings while antonyms are words with opposite meaning. India is a huge country with different climates and geographic regions. Let’s explore some interesting facts about our country. Religion in India is…

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  • Dubash Case Study

    Dubash is a derivative of the Sanskrit words which means two languages i.e., Dvi (two), Basha (languages). A person who speaks two languages, that of the natives of India and the English or other European language was Dubash. Language barriers between the natives and East India Company officials created this position, and prominent citizens from each presidency of East India Company were appointed as Dubashs. They played an important role in politics, community and trade. In facilitating trade…

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  • Importance Of Bhil Tribe In English

    Did you know that the Bhil tribe constitutes 39% of the population of Rajasthan? Before communities, systems and law there were tribes. Each tribe was different, and had different rules and cultures. Some tribes still survive to this day, and still follow their traditions and their culture. The Bhil tribe is one of these tribes. The Bhil tribe is very unique and is the largest tribe of South Asia. The Bhil tribals are also known as the bow men of Rajasthan or ‘The Archers’. They are located…

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  • From Fly Girls To Bitches And Hos Analysis

    If there are two words that do not belong together, they are feminism and India. The stringent, traditional culture that encompasses the majority of India has no place for feminism. It is a male-dominated society where the value of a woman is measured by her dowry. Feminism in India tries to create a voice for women, where their value is measured in their intelligence and willingness to succeed rather how much money she can bring to her husband’s family. It also allows problems like female…

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