Culture and History

Cultural history brings to life a past time and place. In this search, cultural historians study beliefs and ideas, much as intellectual historians do. … These are reflected in the products of deliberately artistic culture, but also include the objects and experiences of everyday life, such as clothing or cuisine.

Motivational Literature

Introduction: The motivational genre is concentrated on motivating the readers to achieve their goals. It focuses on problems and helps to solve the puzzle. It also helps to improve the character and the personality of the readers. Motivation: The term motivation is derived from the Latin word, ‘Movere’ meaning ‘To […]

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THE ENGLISH NOVEL

FAMOUS NOVELS: The novel proper in English literature began in the 18th century. But the rudiments of the novel could be seen even in Chaucer’s conception of the gallery of characters in The Canterbury Tales. Several Elizabethan writers wrote prose fiction which laid the foundations of the English novel. Among […]

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The ode

Introduction: The Ode may be defined as a ‘rhymed lyric often in the form of an address, generally dignified or exalted in the subject, feeling and style’. It is also defined as any ‘strain of enthusiastic or exalted lyrical verse directed to fixed purpose and dealing progressively with a dignified […]

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Dance Forms Of India

India is the land various cultures, traditions. It is a cluster of various people who follow different lifestyles. With each different lifestyle there comes different dance tradition which goes back to their ancestors. Following are various dance forms of different states of the country. Bharatanatyam Earlier known as Sadir or […]

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The Quit India Movement Day

August 8th marks a very iconic day in Indian history. The Indian National Congress declared its ultimatum for the British to leave India. This movement in itself had contested set of consequences – the strengthening of the Muslim League, the rise of freedom struggle motivated Subash Chandra Bose to invade the British camps in Noth East and Gandhi, for the fist time in his career was willing to go agressive even if he had his own definitions of the word – when he announced, “karo ya maro” (Do or Die).

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URBAN FARMING: AN INITIATIVE FOR FOOD SECURITY

Even after living or residing in a city, a person can start his or her business in agriculture industry and it is sustainable also. The business will provide food into the busy and populated areas and cities. Urban Farming. WHAT IS URBAN FARMING? In simple terms Urban farming is the […]

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Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is defined as violence and abuse that occurs in a domestic environment, such as cohabitation or marriage. Domestic violence is defined as any type of behaviour that attempts […]

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India and her Handlooms

India presents a rainbow in manufacturing methods – right from the famous Benarasi Saree to the now almost extinct methods of making silk and woolen garments in the remote hills of Ladakh and Kashmir.

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TOP 5 MAHARASTRIAN FOOD YOU MUST TRY

You haven’t tried any Maharashtrian dish till now? Ohh you must! What are you waiting for, here are some Maharashtrian foods for you, try these absolutely delicious Maharashtrian dishes and experience the cuisine in all its glory! What comes in your mind when you think about Maharashtrian food, Mumbai’s famous […]

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Place Of A Women In Society

It is rightly said woman is the backbone of society. From times immemorial, woman have been considered inferior to man in a patriarch society. Man has always treated woman not as an equal partner in life but as a mere slave. Biological superiority of man over woman has made him […]

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