Panchayati raj

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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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  • 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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  • Analysis Of The Poem At Dusk By Sarojini Naidu

    The Nightingale of India, Sarojini Naidu lived during the epoch of the Indian resurrection which received a fresh impetus during the Gandhian age. This period also called the period of Indian resurgence witnessed a major shamble in the political, social and economic realms. There was an arousing among several sections of society which included women, the youth and the tyrannized classes. All of them had suffered greatly under the pressure of traditional authority. That was the time for…

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  • The Fall Of East Pakistan Case Study

    Introduction On August 14, 1947, as a result of 3rd June plan, a new state in the world came into existence known as Pakistan. This state was divided into two wings-the East Pakistan and the West Pakistan. From the creation of Pakistan, the Eastern wing was constantly at stake and it faced many problems such as issue of capital, difference of language, Ayub Khan’s biasness, his policies regarding East Pakistan, six points presented by Sheikh Mujeeb-ur-Rehman and the influence of Indian…

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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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  • Midnight's Children Imperialism

    In Salman Rushdie’s story Midnight’s Children, offers an overview of events in India immediately following the nation gaining independence in 1947. Within the context of the novel, The Midnight Children are the inheritors of India’s lasting promise, and the evidence of its lasting strength. They each have an unusual power, which not only provides them protection, but more broadly signals India’s ability to rise, in a post-colonial era. It is their magic, that becomes the strongest thread for…

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  • Imperial Liberalism In Britain

    Introduction The rise of Imperial Liberalism in Britain led to dramatic change within many nations throughout the nineteenth century through the expansion of British Empire abroad, as well as other forms of encounters between British colonisers or conquerors and its vassal states. There has always, however, been a double aspect to such expansions. This gives clear attention to liberalism 's ability to negotiate difference in a context of empire and to inspire the audiences through the analysis…

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  • Impact Of British Imperialism On The Economy Of India

    Imagine another person coming into your home and taking your rights, goods, and beliefs. Well, the British did just that to India’s people, and more. In 1757, The East India Company gained control of India when they were economically interested in trading posts, which then ended up being the world's biggest supplier for raw materials. However, in 1857 when the Sepoy Rebellion occurred, the British took all political, economic, and social control. During British rule, they used their army to…

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  • Analysis Of A Passage To India

    of mutual benefits. From a post colonial perspective, after nearly six decades, independent India reveals how meticulous Forster was in depicting the psychological barrier that existed between the British and the Indians during the days of British Raj. To Jan Mohamed, A Passage to India attempts “to overcome the barriers of racial difference” (Childs 1999:348). Nirad Chaudhuri, on the other hand, criticised it “for its reduction of political history to a liberal’s preoccupation with…

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  • The Importance Of Aziz And Aziz

    Racial assortment within a society additionally contributes to the breakdown of a regulated system, showing how a population cannot be restricted. A controlling force, like the British empire cannot sustain its influence after India’s natives respect their own culture and other ethnic groups. The reason why Aziz is so successful, is due to the fact that he accepts British people. He seeks the opportunities and benefits that resonate with possessing many social interactions over a wide range of a…

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