Tamil Nadu

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  • Coconut Case Study

    is contributing more than Rs. 8300 million to the Indian GDP and this industry helps to earning foreign exchange to tune of Rs. 13000 million per annum. The major portion of coconut cultivation is from the four south Indian states, namely Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, which comes up to 90 per cent of total coconut production. This crop has a significant impact on social and cultural impact on the coconut cultivators. Marketability and price established of coconut and it…

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  • Thhirukkural Analysis

    (known as Bharathiyar) who was known as a great freedom fighter, had written many patriotic songs which are still prevalent among the Tamil nadu people. In the classical Tamil literature there were many poets who were always held with high respect in Tamil nadu history. Some of the notable literary Tamil poets and their contributions were discussed above. Even though Tamil classical literature had many number of famous works, which were translated and placed at high respect, it is the…

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  • Shg Movement Case Study

    1.1. Background of the study 1.1.1. SHG movement in India A number of experiments were made during the last century towards poverty alleviation in the country. The attempts were at finding technical solutions, infrastructural solutions, financial solutions, institutional solutions; skill training solutions, rights based solutions. Large scale projects, large bureaucracies, large scale developmental institutions, programs and schemes were seen as a means which would address poverty in the country…

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  • Student Activism By Robert A. Rhoads

    Student activism, diversity, and the struggle for a just society. The author of the article, Robert A. Rhoads (2016), incorporates many of his researches on student activism, specifically that of gay and lesbian students, in this article to prove his credibility. The article is divided into three sections: the sixties, post-sixties, and contemporary context, all of which focus on student activism in different time periods. The sixties, known for the civil rights moments, saw a huge support from…

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  • State Labour Relations In Maharashtra

    interest of the political leaders of the state in liberalization and privatization ensured minimal welfare gains of the informal workers in Maharashtra.. The state of Maharashtra lies in between West Bengal and Tamil Nadu as far as the welfare of the informal sector is concerned. The state of Tamil Nadu showed more interest for protecting the informal workers than Maharashtra .But in comparison to West Bengal the state officials of Maharashtra were more eager in protecting informally employed…

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  • Pallava Grantha Script Essay

    2.2. Pallava Grantha Script The Pallava rule in the Tamil country bought with it greater influence of Sanskrit culture. They devised a script around the 5th century CE for writing Sanskrit in the Tamil country. The need arouse because the tamil script does not have glyphs to represent a number of Sanskrit letters. The new script came to be known as the Pallava Grantha. Brahmi is the origin for Pallava Grantha, like all other scripts for native Indian languages. There is a lot of closeness of…

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  • Rock's Rugged Whisper Analysis

    about its exact location and second, I didn’t understand Tamil. The problem compounded infinitesimally and my stay for over a week had served me with ample warnings. Often when I was unable to understand their replies to my queries they would lose their temper and blurt wildly with their arms. “Pon, pon!” It meant, ‘leave at once!’ Bordering Andhra Pradesh, Vellore, formerly the headquarters of Arcot, is one of the northern districts of Tamil Nadu.…

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  • In The Grip Of Change And The Taming Of Women Analysis

    swasti sharma Towards Gynocentricism: Construction of Dalit Woman's Sexuality in Sivakami's Grip Of Change And The Taming Of Women Introduction: In an interview with IANS in 2010 ,Sivakami remarked ,"In the society that is known as mainstream, the problems of Dalit women are considered separatist. They face the worst expressions of male chauvinistic society - atrocities like raping, profiling, physical assault and murder." Pazhayani Kazhidalum ("In the Grip of Change", 1988) invites a…

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  • Importance Of Mango Essay

    start of August. The fleshy, juicy fruit palm sugar is probably the only thing you need to eat on a hot summer afternoon. It is translucent and pale white in color and resembles a litchi in texture. The fruit is called tadgola in Marathi and Hindi, Tamil and is Taati Nungu Munjali in Telugu. It regulates body temperatures and also prevents dehydration and fatigue. The fruit is also used to make Toddy, a local alcoholic…

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  • Peanut Case Study

    production is highly vulnerable to rainfall deviations and display huge fluctuation between years. Principal groundnut growing states are Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra which account for more than 80 per cent of Indian production as well as area. Regional estimates are Gujarat (1-3.5 million tons), Tamil Nadu (1million tons), Andhra Pradesh (1-2 million tons), Karnataka (0.5 million tons), Maharashtra (0.5 million tons) are the major grower state of Peanuts.…

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