Guru Dutt

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  • Characterization And Guru Dutt 's Influence On Cinema And Society

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    Characterisation and Guru Dutt’s influence on Cinema and Society By Aman Agarwal(2015B5A7626G) An insatiable thirst of identity, knowledge, love and wealth is central to the major characters of Guru Dutt’s ‘Pyaasa’. This thirst leads to an intertwining network of their fates where the characters’ interactions on several intersections complements their development. The protagonist Vijay portrayed by Guru Dutt himself, is a struggling poet whose excellence and art is obscured by his social stature

  • Female Roles Of Female Characters In Hindi Cinema

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    “Women have mainly played decorative objects in Hindi cinema for a long time. Or, even in films where they had important roles, they are more victims and martyrs or victimizers of other women” – Dr. Shoma Chatterjee (Award winning author, film scholar and journalist, India). Even though Hindi cinema focused more on Male protagonist centrality but during the 1950’s and 60’s Hindi cinema produced films which highlighted Female characters as orphans, wanderers and even Warriors at times. Despite the

  • How Much Religion Is A Human Construct

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    Kumare as a Human Construct This movie demonstrated how much religion is a human construct. Kumare made his own religion by incorporating elements from other religions and coming up with his own elements. His religion, however, had no power without his followers who gave life to his teachings and ideas. The community gave life to a religion that would have been powerless with the social construct provided by the community. When Vikram was young, he would watch his grandmother praying and as an adult

  • Essay On Moksha And Bhagavad Gita

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    Indians. This reading has been compared with the best of management and “well being” books and we Indians pride ourselves as being the land of the Gita. Yours Truly has been reading the Bhagavad Gita since many years as suggested by my initial Guru, a blessed soul helped me to understand these divine dialogues. I have always felt that there are some mysterious and deep messages in each and every verse of the

  • Case Study: Guru Peyarchi 2014

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    Title: Guru Peyarchi 2015: Rasi Palan 2015 Foretells Future Permalink: guru-peyarchi-2015 (For AstroCAMP) Author: Pt. Hanumman Mishra Images:http://horoscopespot.net/wp-content/gallery/jupiter-signs/leo-jupiter.jpg Keywords: Guru Peyarchi 2015, Rasi Palangal 2015, Rasi Palan 2015, Guru Peyarchi Palangal Description:GURU PEYARCHI 2015 brings good times for many, while some people have to work hard for it. GURU PEYARCHI PALANGAL 2015 foretells about upcoming year & much more. -----------------------------------------------------

  • Essay about Women in Buddhism

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    Women in Buddhism The role of women in religion, especially Eastern religions, is a strange one. Western religions are fairly straightforward about a women's place. For example, most Western religions (excluding the Roman Catholic Church) allow women in leadership roles within the religious community. Judaism allows women rabbis, most Christian religions allow women ministers, and even Islam, which does not allow women mullah, have had many influential female sufi's throughout Islamic

  • The Religion of Sikhism

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    Singh based on the teachings of Guru Nanak, who is also the founder. The teachings of Sikhism are summed up by Guru Nanak in these words: “Realization of truth is higher than all else. Higher still is truthful living” (Teece). Sikhs have a variety of teachings in their culture and religion, but the ones I found emphasized the principles of equality of all humans and rejection of discrimination on the basis of caste, creed, and gender. Like other religious founders, Guru Nanak was fascinated by God and

  • Origin of Sidhu

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    Khalsa fold from Guru Gobind Singh himself during his stay at Muktsar and areas in the vicinity. Sidhu was also married

  • An Efficient Churn Mining Using Particle

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    AN EFFICIENT CHURN MINING USING PARTICLE SWARM BASED BOOSTED TREE Sarbinder Pal Singh, Kiranbir Kaur, Sandeep Sharma Department of computer engineering and technology Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjab, India. ABSTRACT Churn Prediction has been major research problem with the growth of market development as customers asset more valuable persons for growth of company. The occurrence of churn customers is one of the crucial problems for the growth of a company, as it acquires higher costs

  • Is Google Making Us Stupid Summary

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    In our culture today we see the progression of how technology has affected our social makeup. In “Is Google Making us Stupid?” by Nicholas Carr, the writer makes clear that our current use of technology has diminished our ability to think critically. While one could agree with Carr’s point, there is also an issue that has a greater level of concern. Our ability to think critically about the information we gather is only a resultant consequence of the population’s new-found focus on technology rather

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