India Essays

Independance Day

It is indeed a privilege and honour to be invited to speak on the occasion of the independence day . I take this opportunity to congratulate each one of you on this great day , a day when India won her freedom 68 years back on 15th August 1947 and became a sovereign nation. Being born in a free country, living and taking breath in free air is a privilege given to us by great leaders. On this day we…

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A Cultural Journey

The American comedy-drama film Outsourced was directed by John Jeffcoat in 2006. In this movie, the main Todd Anderson grudgingly traveled to India to train his replacement because his job and whole department were outsourced. In this foreign land, Todd started his new work; saw dingy but distinctive scenery; got a new name, Toad; met new people. Beside the living aspect, he also have an assignment needed to complete, which is to decrease the time of the average call from…

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Team Spirit

In a world, where cut-throat competition and increasingly higher standards are becoming a way of life, achieving excellence and success in not easy. Although achieving success has never been an easy task, these are the times when dreams of success seem far more unrealistic or difficult that what they actually are. However, today the mantra one must adopt for the attainment of success is ‘teamwork and unity’. When one works in a team, the pressure is distributed and attainment of…

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Pdf Silence! the Court Is in Session – Vijay Tendulkar

Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, JNTUACEP,YSR Kadapa (Dist),Andhra Pradesh, India ABSTRACT A criticism against Indian Judicial system that ‘the failure of modern legal theory and practice lies in its understanding of what it is to be a human being’ can be undoubtedly attributed to the themes of Vijay Tendulkar’s play Silence! The Court Is In Session. The play barbs against existing judicial system at two levels. Firstly, it can be studied as a ‘legal plea’ which demands for emancipation,…

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The Indian Caste System

The Indian word for caste is jati, which means a large kin-community or descent-group. The word “caste” comes from the Portuguese casta (breed or race). The Sanskrit word applied to these groupings is varna, which means several things but is often interpreted to signify color. In a verse from the first millennium epic, the Mahabharata, Brigu, the sage explains: “The brahmans are fair, the ksatriyas are reddish, the vaisyas yellow and the sudras are black” (Huttton). In this essay I…

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The Ramayana and Trade

Human Society has roots which lie deeper in history than the beginning of human life, men have made comparatively but little progress in solving the problem of their aggregate existence. Ramayana is dated variously between 500 BCE to 100 BCE. In the Ramayana era, the society was well established, prosperous and cultured. It was divided into four classes that were namely Kshatriyas, Brahmins, Vaishyas, and the Shudras. Each class honestly discharged its duties towards one another. The classification was on…

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Hotel Computerized Reservation and Billing System

The earliest evidence of technological progress in the India is to be found in the remains of Harappan civilization (4000-3000 BC.). Archaeological remains point to the existence of well planned urban centres the boasted of private and public dwelling laid out in orderly fashion along with roads and drainage systems completing them. The drainage systems are particularly remarkable for the times since they are built underground and constructed in a manner to allow for regular cleaning. The small drains from…

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Mughal Emperor of India

Jahangir (Mughal emperor of India) (1569-1627), was the fourth Mughal Emperor of India who ruled for 22 years. Jahangir was a friendly and a moderate Muslim. Jahangir loved architecture, fine arts and was very fond of paintings. Besides being a successful ruler, he was kind to his Indian subjects whether they be Hindu’s or Muslim’s. Jahangir was a ruler with many military ambitions, the foremost being to conquer the seat of the government of Timurids, the Transoxiana. Jahangir was the…

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Causes of Indian Mutiny

The Indian Mutiny, which occurred in 1857, was the consequence of a number of problems that had arisen as a result of the British occupation of India. It began as a mutiny of the sepoys, a class of soldiers. However, it soon escalated into other mutinies and civilian rebellions in the northern and central parts of India. The British occupation caused political, economic and cultural problems in India. This led to disharmony between the two sides. Political forces were a…

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Indian Mathematicians and their Contributions

Ramanujan He was born on 22na of December 1887 in a small village of Tanjore district, Madras. He failed in English in Intermediate, so his formal studies were stopped but his self-study of mathematics continued. He sent a set of 120 theorems to Professor Hardy of Cambridge. As a result he invited Ramanujan to England. Ramanujan showed that any big number can be written as sum of not more than four prime numbers. He showed that how to divide the…

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Mary Kay India_ the Hair Care Product Line Opportunity

1. How would you characterize the branded and packaged Indian hair care category in 2010? In 2010, with Lotus & Bamboo soap bar was introduced by Mary Kay in India, May Kay was approved a customized product for a specific country or region market for the first time. Moreover, the branded and packaged Indian care category of Mary Kay was growing up and expanding its product to attract more potential customers. Mary Kay brand has been developing massive products in…

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The Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is considered to be one of the Wonders of the World and it is most likely the most famous building in all of India. It is a mausoleum and it was dedicated to Shan Jahan’s deceased third wife Mumtaz Mahal. She died giving birth to her fourteenth child. After her death he decided to build her a mausoleum to honor her. The construction began in the year 1631 and it took about twenty years to complete and…

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Role of Youth in Enriching and Conserving Your Cultural Heritage

A safe and secure society is needed for blossoming of arts and sciences. India has a rich cultural heritage. Though it has been subjected to a series of cultural invasions, yet it has retained its originality and traditional character even after absorbing the best of the external influences. India is the cradle of one of the earliest civilizations of the world – the Indus Valley Civilization. Essay And Article On : Our Cultural Heritage !! Cultural Heritage India is rich…

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An Evening Walk by the Sea Shore

After a hard day’s work, nothing is more refreshing than a quiet walk along the shore of the sea. While the exercise is good for our bodies, the presence of the ocean seems to have a pe­culiarly tranquillizing influence upon our minds. Every sight and sound inspires a spirit of rest and peacefulness; and the effect is enhanced by the absence of the sights and sounds to which we have been exposed throughout the day. It is a delightful change,…

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India Today

Slowly, but surely, in the year 2000, India is beginning to erase the Nehruvian social contract that created the public sector and bound the employees to a corporate unit and the corporate unit to the nation. In the age of restructuring and re-engineering that this has ushered, employees are no longer valued resources but expendable commodities. And likewise, the employers are no longer demi-gods and fuedal lords in one. They are going to become one with a mind-boggling scenario of…

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