Ppt on indian culture in hindi

Day 2: Bollywood & Beyond. India is a diverse country full of colors, ethnicity and variety in attire and cuisine. Hindi cinema also represents the same.

state keep harboring for centuries. 2013 Tattad tattad (Ramji ki chaal) Ranveer Singh The nawaabi culture with its classical music and poetry, the rich Urdu language, dance tradition and historic relevance was the backbone of the Muslim social genre in the past. With Indianness on the wane in Hindi films, Lucknows position as a cinematic muse declined. Lucknow Umrao Jaan, 1981 & 2006 Bollywood’s Worldwide/


The Bard in Bollywood: Shakespearean Adaptation in Post-Independence Hindi Cinema DEFINING THE TERM “BARD”: In his own lifetime, Shakespeare was described.

: Shakespearean Adaptation in Post-Independence Hindi Cinema DEFINING THE TERM “BOLLYWOOD”: “A name for the Indian popular film industry, based in Bombay. Origin 1970s. Blend of Bombay and Hollywood.”—OED 2005 “A name for the Indian popular film industry, based in Bombay. Origin 1970s. Blend of Bombay and Hollywood.”—OED 2005 “Bollywood is not just a cinema but a more diffuse cultural conglomeration involving a range of/


I ga itai. いがいたい。 胃が痛い。 Netsu ga arimasu. ねつがあります。 熱があります。 Hello, Good Morning Namaskar, Suprabhat (in Hindi) I ga itai. いがいたい。 胃が痛い。 Netsu ga arimasu.

arimasu. ねつがあります。 熱があります。 Hello, Good Morning Namaskar, Suprabhat (in Hindi) I ga itai. いがいたい。 胃が痛い。 Netsu ga arimasu. ねつがあります。 熱があります。 Hello, Good Morning Namaskar, Suprabhat (in Hindi) Brijesh Prajapati Director Brijesh (India)Satyameva Jayate2 Brijesh Prajapati Director INDIA my country my pride INDIA my country my pride Brijesh (India)Satyameva Jayate3 Philippines Sri Lanka Bangladesh Bhutan Asia Pacific Palau Cambodia Lao PDR Indian History & Culture Peace Brijesh (India)Satyameva Jayate5 India never/


Chapter 5 Language. World of Tongues Earth’s heterogeneous collection of languages is one of its most obvious examples of cultural diversity. Earth’s.

establish a national language, reduce cultural dependence on England, and inspire national pride. Differences in Pronunciation Differences in pronunciation between British and U.S. speakers are immediately recognizable. Differences in pronunciation between British and U.S/-European. Approximately one-third of Indians, mostly in the north, use an Indic language called Hindi. Approximately one-third of Indians, mostly in the north, use an Indic language called Hindi. Hindi is spoken many different ways—and/


INDIA. Facts of India  There are 29 states in India  India is the 7 th largest country in the world  Indian kabaddi team has won all the world cups.

in the world  Indian kabaddi team has won all the world cups held till date  India is the 2 nd largest country in population  India’s capital is New Delhi  Diamonds were first mined in India  India is the world’s largest democracy  Yoga existed about 5,000 years in India States India has 29 states and 7 union territories which depict different climate, culture/Bhubaneshwar Mahadev Temple, Bhima Temple, Rameswar Temple Languages : Oriya, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Telegu Agriculture : Rice, Jute, Sugarcane, /


Literacy for or against the poor? Language, literacy and social equity in Indian government schools Presented by Caroline Dyer (University of Leeds, UK)

tongue Three language formula (TLF) guides educational provision mother language or regional language; an official language, either Hindi or English; another modern language, Indian or foreign Hindi = Scheduled language, officially subsumes 47 languages. In Rajasthan Hindi widely spoken, is official State language Rajasthani officially – and controversially - considered a minor language of Hindi Rajasthani itself a collective name for a cluster of 18 languages. Project area languages/


The Magazine Sector. The Beginning The 1980s saw a boom in the publication of magazines in India, not only in English but in the major Indian languages.

is 21.1 million and 12.3 million respectively. The total readership of magazines is 359 million, 68% of which is in Hindi. Indian News Organisations Some of the media Organisations are listed below Press Information Bureau (PIB) Press Institute of India (PII) The/owners and managers of newspaper; Composition of PCI 5 members are nominated from the two houses of Parliament and 3 represent cultural, literary and legal fields as nominees of the Sahitya Academy, University Grants Commission (U.G.C.) and the Bar /


INDIA BY: EVA. Welcome India is its own subcontinent apart from Asia, and it has the 2 nd largest population in the world! Some famous tourist attractions.

called a bindi. If you wear a bindi it means that you are married. Sometimes Indian girls have them to wear as decoration. History/Culture Many boys and men in India wear dhotis. A dhoti is a long white strip of cotton that passes between /?Kya hal hai KEY-AH-HAHL-HI Say it inHindi Amazing Plants &Animals Some animals in India are Indian elephants, king fishers (birds), monkeys, apes, leopards, one-horned rhinos (which mostly live on the Deccan Plateau in the south), and snow leopards which are found near/


Www.cdacnoida.in Saturday, April 18, 2015 1 Vijay Gugnani, Karunesh Arora, V N Shukla C-DAC Noida W3C Workshop on the Mobile Web in Developing Countries.

–Considered inappropriate in some cultures –What skin colour to use? –localized People Images for each country www.cdacnoida.in Saturday, April 18, 2015 20 Indic languages : Characteristics Few Languages share same script e.g. Devanagari (Bodo, Dogri, Hindi, Konkani,//solutions/white_paper.html Internationalization: What it takes, http://www.w3cindia.in/2006/08/Talks/vns.ppt Internationalization & Indian Languages, http://www.w3cindia.in/2006/08/Talks/KKA- Intl.ppt Delivering Complex Script Applications with/


INDIAN CONSTITUTION.

copies (Original) of the Indian Constitution. After many deliberations and some modifications over 111 plenary sessions in 114 days, the 308 members of the Assembly signed two copies (Final) of the document (one each in Hindi and English) on 24 January/citizen of India, such as:- Right to Equality Right to Freedom Right to Freedom of Religion Right against Exploitation Cultural & Educational Rights Right to Constitutional Remedies 6.What Is The constitution of India? Ordinary rights may be changed by/


Linkage of Language Specific Synset Resource Center for Indian Language Technology Solutions Computer Science and Engineering.

Synset Resource Center for Indian Language Technology Solutions http://www.cfilt.iitb.ac.in Computer Science and Engineering /Culture specific Food Items Places Traditions Same concept in different languages? Lexical gap Kashmiri doesn’t have lexeme for ‘Water’, However there is a lexeme for ‘Drinking Water’. Modification in hierarchy? Creating Language Specific Synsets Use hypernymy to describe gloss Try to distinguish between co-hyponym Define domain (Food Items, Place etc) Translate gloss in Hindi/


Asian Englishes in the Outer and Expanding Circles World Englishes Unit 6 (AF)

: there is no release of air when precedes a vowel in words like pin and pot Indian English: Grammar Under the influence of traditional Hindi grammar, speakers often use progressive tenses in statements, such as I am believing you or she is liking/After the collapse of the Cultural Revolution (1966–76), English recovers its importance and popularity as the country shifts to modernization and economic development. English in China today A primary school English textbook adopted in Tientsin starts with this /


CARMEN, SAMINA & KELLI. New Delhi  The new Capital was christened "New Delhi" in 1927  On 12 December 2011, New Delhi celebrated 100 years of capitalship.

wonders  An individual takes blessings from his elders by touching their feet. Elders drill and pass on the Indian culture within us as we grow.  “Respect one another” is another lesson that is taught from the books of Indian culture.  Helpful nature is another striking feature in our Indian culture..  Indian culture tells us to distribute joy and happiness and share sadness and pain.  Disapprove of public displays of/


Old English An example: let’s find all the features of Old English in the following text.

English in India (linguistic policy) English a ‘link’ language for the Indian Administrative Service, higher education, science and technology its status supported by the non-Hindi parts of India 3-language formula: education for everyone in the regional language, in Hindi and in English / as already happened for Romance languages? 5.be rejected as a symbol of colonialism (e.g. Malaysia) or cultural imperialism 6.be spoken as a simplified lingua franca by non- native speakers? 1.go on being a polycentric /


Plants in complimentary and traditional systems of medicine.

prices and partly due to the fact that it is deeply rooted in their cultures.. As prepared from natural raw materials by using older technology, / if used as a poultice. Punarnava Synonyms :Hog weed; Sant; Beshakapori (Hindi). Biological Source: Punarnava consists of the herb Boerhaavia diiffusa Linn. Family: Nyctaginaceae/also used in treating asthma, impotence and to help bones regain their strength. As a diuretic for sores. As an antidote. Chirata Synonyms---Chiretta, Indian Gentian, Indian Balmony. /


Plants in complimentary and traditional systems of medicine.

prices and partly due to the fact that it is deeply rooted in their cultures.. As prepared from natural raw materials by using older technology, / if used as a poultice. Punarnava Synonyms :Hog weed; Sant; Beshakapori (Hindi). Biological Source: Punarnava consists of the herb Boerhaavia diiffusa Linn. Family: Nyctaginaceae/also used in treating asthma, impotence and to help bones regain their strength. As a diuretic for sores. As an antidote. Chirata Synonyms---Chiretta, Indian Gentian, Indian Balmony. /


Plants in complimentary & traditional systems of medicine Course: Pharmacognosy-1 Course Code: 103.

and partly due to the fact that it is deeply rooted in their cultures..  As prepared from natural raw materials by using older technology/if used as a poultice. Punarnava  Synonyms : Hog weed; Sant; Beshakapori (Hindi).  Biological Source: Punarnava consists of the herb Boerhaavia diiffusa Linn. Family : / is also used in treating asthma, impotence and to help bones regain their strength.  As a diuretic.  As an antidote. Chirata  Synonyms: Chiretta, Indian Gentian, Indian Balmony.  Biological/


Plants in complimentary and traditional systems of medicine.

prices and partly due to the fact that it is deeply rooted in their cultures. As prepared from natural raw materials by using older technology, / if used as a poultice. Punarnava Synonyms :Hog weed; Sant; Beshakapori (Hindi). Biological Source: Punarnava consists of the herb Boerhaavia diiffusa Linn. Family: Nyctaginaceae/also used in treating asthma, impotence and to help bones regain their strength. As a diuretic for sores. As an antidote. Chirata Synonyms---Chiretta, Indian Gentian, Indian Balmony. /


Country Introduction: INDIA India (IAST: Bhārat), officially the Republic of India (IAST: Bhārat Ga ṇ arājya), is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-

 2 nd largest pool of scientists and engineers in the World. What makes India diverse… 1.25 billion people All the world religions co-exist together Hundreds of festivals Diwali Holi Indian Languages… Hindi Malaylam Urdu Gujrati Bengali Kashmiri Punjabi Marathi Tamil Manipuri/ awarded to 25 students, by both sides, in recognized institutions of higher learning in each other’s country. The 25 scholarships awarded by India are offered by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR). During the visit of Prime/


11/23/20161 CAREERS IN LANGUAGES JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN TRANSLATION Ravi Kumar Managing Director - Modlingua Group President - Indian Translators Association.

28%.  Significantly, among major language speakers, the spread of bilingualism in English is more (than in Hindi)  8% as second language, 3.15% as third language whereas the same in Hindi is 6.15% and 2.16%. 11/23/201612 SOME EXPERIENCES/information available today. The role of translation becomes more important in the Indian context as this new knowledge spreads to all corners of Indian society with their mosaic of sub-cultures and sub identities spread across different linguistic regions, their /


LETTERATURE DEI PAESI di LINGUA INGLESE I

NOVEL IN INDIA Thomas Macaulay, A minute on Indian Education, 1835 English Education act, 1835 G. Viswanathan, “The Beginnings of English Literary Study in British India” THEORETICAL ANALYTICALPERSPECTIVES Gramsci, Foucault, Bhabha Gramscian persuasion about primacy of culture in the /had the giddy effects of feeding hopes about self-made destinies. What lodged this fascination in the popular fantasy was Hindi cinema.(Ciocca) Today, with the ever-increasing audience of Bollywood, and the worldwide success/


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culture on the rest of the world, has begun challenging traditional British English as the premier brand of English spoken in the Indian subcontinent, though this is largely limited to the youth in the last decade or two. American English Indian subcontinent American English Indian subcontinent  In/ articulated by Indians. e.g “typically”→ ti-pick-ah-lee Hindi-Influenced Terms and Expressions in Indian English  "Your good name please?": "What is your name?", carryover from Hindi expression. Hindi  deadly:/


Ms. Arti Chopra India Unity Diversity Indian Culture, Indian Music, Indian Architect, Heritage, Festivals of India, Multicultaralism, Multicultural Education.

Namaskar a common cultural practice in India Indian Cultural Diversity Indian Cultural Diversity Indian culture is one of the oldest and unique. Few countries in the world have such an ancient and diverse culture as Indias. In India, there is an amazing cultural diversity throughout the / main language of the country is Hindi in Devanagari script, languages of native tongues are still very much alive. In India, some 1652 dialects were recorded in a census made in 1961. Another census was initiated way/


South Asia Cultural Collage. Project Objective The learner will create a collage that reflects the cultural patterns of South Asia. The collage should.

Project Objective The learner will create a collage that reflects the cultural patterns of South Asia. The collage should include at least six (6) graphics that reflect the languages, belief systems, economic/ Bollywood is basically the informal name for the Hindi Film Industry based in Mumbai, which is one of the largest centers of film production in the world. It all started way back in 1913 with the first silent feature film. Over the next twenty years the Indian film industry grew so quickly that by the/


Why Study Hindi? A Broad Overview Copyright © 2009Copyright © 2009 Jishnu Shankar Credited downloads allowed for non-commercial purposes.

and of course, Sanskrit Cultural and Political Reasons India is one of the largest democracies in the world With the 2 nd largest number of newspaper and magazine subscribers It has contributed widely to world cuisine, language as well as politics Indian films are now watched the world over Businesses are tripping over each other to invest in India Language – Hindi or Urdu Often, one/


Portuguese decline in Asia opened trade for the BEIC in India, while the Mughals’ decline forced it to defend itself with natives trained like European.

Muslim Pakistan India wide open for exploitation & conquest by BEIC & its employees  A Quick Review of some Indian Culture Thugs and Thuggees Several words in our language reflect Indian influence from the time of the Raj (British rule). Among them are Cigar, polo, shower, bungalow, / victims supposedly being seen as sacrifices to the deity. Thugs and Thuggees The English word thug comes from a Hindi word meaning thief or con-man, but also refers to a group known as the Thuggees who infiltrated caravans,/


A Beginner’s Guide to Indian Cinema Sneha Bagchi Dec 20, 2009.

Films You Might Know Bollywood Largest producer of movies in the world Large part of mass Indian culture, whether for escapism or social commentary Masala movies-mix of all different genres in one movie In their history, has swung between family- friendly romance /feature film Alam Ara (1931) is first Hindi talkie film made Color became popular in Bollywood in late 1950’s Before Independence Lots of silent movies about Indian epics Based on Parsi plays and Indian stories By 1930’s, India was producing/


Early Societies in South Asia

until many centuries later Religious and Literary works: The Vedas Sanskrit: sacred tongue Prakrit: everyday language, evolved into Hindi, Urdu, Bengali Four Vedas, most important Rig Veda 1,028 hymms to gods The Vedic Age Conflicts between/, other agricultural work Some Temples had large landholdings Education providers Banking services Cross-Cultural Trade in the Indian Ocean Basin Trade increases in post-classical period Larger ships Dhows, junks Improved organization of agricultural efforts Establishment/


Heritage, Language, Technology

cultural habits, rituals, and belief-systems show an equal extent of plurality. In a Times of India’s web-portal, Sandy Sundaram (April 16, 2003) in her ‘Speaking Free’, recollected the peculiar predicament of many multilingual Indians like herself : Father was posted in/ basics of English. Mother, being a very wise lady, engaged a Hindi tutor. To complicate matters, father went to Calicut and Mangalore, making us reasonably proficient in Kannada and Malayalam. This multi-lingual upbringing can be a boon and/


Www.cdacnoida.in 1 Internationalization Localization & Unicode Karunesh Arora Vijay Gugnani C-DAC Noida.

white may represent purity and green prosperity in the Indian context, but it may not be the same in another culture. Humour generally does not get translated People are sensitive to different things in different cultures Jokes/cartoons can be offensive www.cdacnoida.in 27 Customs & Traditions In the Indian culture, people show respect to their elders and renowned personalities by addressing them in plural. e.g. Dr. Manmohan Singh is/


Human Resource Practices in India

in national culture dimensions. Class 3 Indian HR Practices ©SHRM 2008 Staffing Practices Resumes seek strong educational background. Employee referrals (predominantly used for middle and senior management). Succession planning (predominantly used for middle and senior management). Elaborate employment tests related to the job, especially at entry level. E-recruitment: Naukri.com was the first e-portal established in 1998 (naukri means job in Hindi/social status. Employees in the Indian culture like to have /


Globalization of Bollywood

2) Hinglish: mix of Hindi and English which shows westernization of Bollywood films Dance: use of western, Latin, and Arabic dance moves Some film story lines are exact copies of Hollywood films (ex: Partner vs. Hitch) What makes Bollywood important? Bollywood encompasses the values and traditions of the Indian Culture and tradition. It has become a world wide leader in entertainment Bollywood is one/


   The most widely studied language family in the world is the Indo-European. There are a number of reasons for this:  Many of the most important.

Lycian (spoken by a Hellenic culture along the western coastal regions), Luwian (spoken in ancient Troy) and Palaic.All languages in this branch are extinct.  Hittite is the earliest Indo-European language known in Europe. It has two noun genders/the language of Jainism) and the ancestors of the modern North Indian languages.  Of the modern North Indian languages, Hindi and Urdu are very similar but differ in the script.  The Hindi speakers are Hindus and use the Sanskrit writing system called Devanagari/


Section 3-1a Cultures and Lifestyles Key Terms mantra, sadhu, raga, tala Read to Discover…the languages and religions of South Asia.  the contrasts between.

the languages and religions of South Asia.  2.Contrast rural and urban lifestyles in South Asia.  3.Discuss the arts and celebrations of South Asia. Cultures and Lifestyles Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information/ of the Indian people speak Hindi as a first or second language.  –Urdu is the official language of Pakistan.  –Bengali is the official language of Bangladesh.  –Hindustani, a language spoken in northern India, is a mixture of Hindi and Urdu. (Used in the film /


HOW MEDIA HAS WESTERNIZED INDIAN CULTURE BY: TRACEY RAMCHARAN, NAKIA WEST, DICKYI TSERING.

to incorporate music and themes that everyone can enjoy. In the film Tashan, the characters dress in more modern clothing and they speak English. In the song “Dil Dance Maare Re” English and Hindi languages are sung together. TELEVISION AND IT’S EFFECT ON INDIAN CULTURE Television has made steady advances and profound impacts on the Indian society where millions are unable to read and write. MTV/


Hindi - English Synset Linkage Resource Center for Indian Language Technology Solutions Computer Science and Engineering Department,

Linkage Resource Center for Indian Language Technology Solutions http://www.cfilt.iitb.ac.in Computer Science and Engineering Department, IIT Bombay Outline Introduction Issue in linkage Linkage Problem due to POS Mismatch Linkage Problem due to Hindi Construction like Causative Verb Linkage Problem due to Idiomaticity Linkage Problem due to Culture Specific Linkage Problem due to MW Introduction Linkage between HWN 1.2 and EWN/


The Mughal Empire In India 1526-1707. Mughals- Who Are They??? Muslim Turks, Afghans and Mongols Muslim Turks, Afghans and Mongols “Mughal” means Mongols.

devastate Indian cities and temples, leaving region weak and vulnerable 1000: Turkish armies enter India, led by Sultan Mahmud, and devastate Indian cities /Culturally- was Muslim; defends rel. freedom Married Hindu princesses (didn’t have to convert) Married Hindu princesses (didn’t have to convert) Language Language Persian Language spoke in gov’t & high society Persian Language spoke in gov’t & high society Hindi- spoken by “common people” (Combo of Persian & a local Hindu language); spoken today Hindi/


From the Mughal Empire to the Company Raj Essential Question: – What was India like when Europeans arrived? Objectives: – To gain a background on Indian.

India This period from 1757-1858 is called the Company raj – Raj means “rule” in Hindi and other Indian languages Are there other reasons for the success of the British? One primary source is/. In defeat, she beckons them in, then slowly seduces, assimilates and transforms them. William Dalrymple British Perspectives on Indian Culture Orientalists Focus on business, not changing Indian culture Encourage study of Indian culture, history, languages, religion Prohibit missionaries Tolerate cultural/religious/


INDIA Business & Culture. India Fun Facts The number system was invented by India. Aryabhatta was the scientist who invented the digit zero. Chess was.

Parsi) 2.5% People English is the most important language for national, political, and commercial communication Hindi is the national language and primary tongue of 30% of the people The government has recognized 22 official languages People (cont’d) The/ before the agreed upon date Though not essential, it often helps in getting an appointment if you have an Indian contact. There is a distinct difference in the cultures of the government departments and business organizations. Compared to a business /


India Cultural Awareness & Business Communication

significant immigrant Indian population. In fact, several movies are now made with the non-resident Indian viewer in mind – high revenues generated from overseas markets. Idioms “Your good name please?": "What is your name?", carryover from Hindi expression (“aapka/foreign businesses typically adapt to the parent company’s culture … GE, Motorola, Amex etc Punctuality … not a strong Indian trait in social settings And … leave enough time to enjoy the Indian experience!! When you have new visitors from India /


1 The Feminine in Hindu Dharma A Tribute to Hindu Women.

in the Indian society. 40 Netrutva: Rani Lakshmibai Ideal Leader The legendary Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi fought bravely against British invaders in 1857 and died on the battlefield. She is considered the Joan of Arc of India and is glorified in several Hindi ballads/offer this book as a small token of my overwhelming gratitude to the people of India, who in spite of continual invasions by hostile cultures seeking to impose their own religions on the subcontinent, fought to keep the light of inner traditions/


Surrounded by Water-Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal

farming from the monsoons Iron Ore = steel Manganese Bauxite Copper Mica Indian Geography Natural Resources con’t -Limestone -Gypsum -Nuclear Power Cultural Diversity- Europe, Middle East, Asia Religions include Hindu, Islam, Christianity, Sikhs, and Buddhists Language includes more than 700 languages and dialects Most widely spoken in Hindi…about 30% speak it Indian Geography English is used by many. India has 15 official languages Many/


Who you can be in age of empires 3 and some about them

Hrithik Roshan and Jodhaa was played by Aishwarya Rai. Akbar and Birbal were portrayed in the Hindi series Akbar-Birbal aired on Zee TV in late 1990s where Akbars role was essayed by Vikram Gokhale. A television series,/Dasgupta, Ajit Kumar (1993). History of Indian Economic Thought. Routledge. p. 45. ISBN 0415061954.  ^ Paliwal, Dr. D.L. (Ed.). Maharana Pratap Smriti Granth. Sahitya Sansthan Rajasthan Vidya Peeth. p. 182.  [edit] In popular culture Misconceptions about Akbar propounding a new religion arose/


Chapter Nine: Cultural Regions

own separate languages, customs, and cultures. The main rivers of the Indian subcontinent, the Indus and Ganges, were the sites of some of the worlds earliest civilizations. In ancient times, Aryan invaders conquered the/ Ganges River Delta (Functional), Kashmir (Perceptual), Major Language(s): English, Hindi, Arabic Major Government(s): Mainly Democratic Major Religion(s): Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism Culture / Customs: Economics / Trade: World Trading Partner for Manufacturing and Offshoring Services/


A RISING STAR IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM Compiled by: Dr. Surendra K. Kaushik Professor of Finance, Pace University,NY Founder, Mrs. Helena Kaushik Women’s.

Indian culture. Arab incursions starting in the 8th century and Turkish in 12th were followed by European traders beginning in the late 15th century. By the 19th century, Britain had assumed political control of virtually all Indian/), Punjabi (official), Assamese (official), Kashmiri (official), Sindhi (official), Sanskrit (official), Hindustani (a popular variant of Hindi/Urdu spoken widely throughout northern India) note: 24 languages each spoken by a million or more persons; numerous other languages/


1 Problems and Prospects in Collecting Spoken Language Data Kishore Prahallad Suryakanth V Gangashetty B. Yegnanarayana Raj Reddy IIIT Hyderabad, India.

with a regional or social use of a language. Culture and civilization – The richness of usage of vocabulary, grammar etc, indicates the times of the language and the society. Culture and civilization – The richness of usage of vocabulary, /recordings High quality studio recordings –2 hrs of single speaker recordings for speech synthesis –Telugu, Hindi, Tamil and Indian-English –Developed text to speech systems in these 4 languages Telephone and Cell-phone corpus Telephone and Cell-phone corpus – 150 hrs /


History and Culture of India 6th Social Studies Mrs. Coldiron 6th Social Studies Mrs. Coldiron.

disaster, a new group arose. h 1st civilization in the Indian Subcontinent was the Harappan civilization. h After the Harappan civilization ended, probably due to invaders or a natural disaster, a new group arose. Aryans h Powerful warriors h Language - Sanskrit h Culture helped shape the language, religion, and social system of India. h Hindi, the official language of India is related to Sanskrit/


Indian history, is more than just a set of unique developments in a definable process; it is, in many ways, a microcosm of human history itself, a diversity.

: Hindi Urdu (which is very closely related to Hindi but uses Arabic script) Bengali Marathi Assamese Sindhi Oriya Punjabi Kashmiri Nepali Telugu (Dravidian) Tamil (Dravidian) Kannada (Dravidian) Malayalam (Dravidian) Wow. Despite this variety of languages, Indian culture is/by the force of his arm, Kautilya designed the government. Together they created the first unified state in Indian history. The government Kautilya and Chandragupta created strictly regulated economic activities. The laws were harsh and /


CULTURE: integrated human knowledge, belief and behaviour, which depends on the capacity of symbolic thought and social learning (pan-human or shared.

LANGUAGE is a system of (verbal) signs embedded in social and cultural reality of language users. The structures of language / imperative, subjunctive, optative voice: active, middle persons: 3 Indo-Iranian languages: Indic:Vedic, Sanskrit, Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, Romany… chakra, ashram, guru, karma, caste Iranian:Avestan, Iranian, Pashto, Kurdic/ergative mother-in-law (avoidance) languages skin system taboo against naming the dead (a year or more) sign languages LANGUAGES IN AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA INDIAN OCEAN,/


CONTRIBUTION OF JAINA MATHEMATICIANS DR. (MRS). PADMAVATHAMMA, M Sc, Ph D Professor of Mathematics (retired) Department of Studies in Mathematics University.

.2, Arrah, 1935, p.25-44 3. L.C.Jain, Divergent Sequences Locating Transfinite Sets in Trilokasāra, Indian Journal of History of Science, Vol.12, No.1, 1977, p.57-75 4. The /ṅgās rule was well-known for political stability and the development of art and culture. 30/01/201025Dr.Padmavathamma Mahāvīrācārya is the author of the Sanskrit/Development of Mathematics, Macraw Hill, New York, 1940. 5.Brijmohan - Gaṇita ka itihās, U. P. Hindi Granth Academy, Lucknow, 1965. 6. Gupta, R. C - Mahāvīrācāryās Rule for the/


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