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  • Summary : The Land Of Rajputana Valour

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    CHITTORGARH - The land of Rajputana Valour A tourist guide By Diksha Sharma~ Source – Internet Chittorgarh, the crown jewel of Mewar, is one of the most beautiful cities in the desert state of Rajasthan. Located beside a high hill near the Gambheri and berach river, the city of Chittorgarh is the home to largest fort complex in India, surrounded all sides by many cliffs. The city is the standing testimony of chivalry of Rajputs,from which city derives its name where each

  • Essay about Ethnography

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    When I was a kid my parents always took me to Nathdwara to take the blessings of Lord Krishna every now and then because my parents are so religious. So by going there several times I am also attached to that place. Actually Nathdwara is situated in Rajasthan state and I live in the state called Gujarat and in the city called as Ahmedabad. It takes six hours drive from my city to Nathdwara and this is the only nearest place where I could get mental peace. This is very important place for me and my

  • Summary Of The Vindication Of Sitna And The Ramayana

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    that correspond to the nature of their patronages. The Mewar version is colorful and complex in layout with a full demonstration of the court’s political standing, financial power, and an attachment to what was truly Indian. The Sub-imperial Mughal version is much more modest and simple with an allusion to the Persians’ fascination of Indian classics yet a persistence of presenting it in an Islamic way. The identities of the figures in the Mewar version is extremely intermixed and complicated. Besides

  • Socio Political Significance of Bhakti Movement in Medival India

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    Bhakti Movement In Medieval India ________________________________________ Causes for the birth of Bhakti Movement: Prior to the coming of Islam to India, Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism were the dominant religions. Hinduism lost its simplicity. Many philosophical schools appeared. Two different sects, i.e., Vaishnavism and Saivism also appeared within Hinduism. In course of time Sakti worship also came into existence. Common people were confused on the way of worshipping God. When Islam came

  • Influence Of Pharma Crm & Personal Selling Strategies On The Prescription Behavior Of Doctors- A Literature

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    Pharma CRM & Personal Selling Strategies on the Prescription Behaviour of Doctors- A Literature Review Ms. Gurpreet Kaur1 and Dr. Deepali Saluja2 1Research Scholar,Department of Management, Mewar University, chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India 2Research Supervisor and visiting faculty, Department of Management, Mewar University, chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India ABSTRACT A major aspect of promotional strategy adopted by the Pharma firms in India, has

  • Essay On The Great Mughal Era

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    INTRODUCTION The Indian subcontinent experienced a huge shift in the economical and social conditions with the advent of the first Mughal emperor, Babar. Babar introduced reforms of which the natives were not used to. His successors continued the same policies, with each implementing his own will. This report is targeted on the social and economical reforms each of the great Mughal brought. Each period is unique in its own sense. AKBAR (11 February 1556 – 27 October 1605) Social Reforms Akbar’s

  • The Parsi Community Lands in Jodhpur, India

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    they would live in India they way sugar dissolves in milk. In a similar way of sorts, the city of Jodhpur is the blend of multiple facets for which India is known for. Jodhpur has always been known for having the legacy of fighters of the region of Mewar. However, it has a fantastic blend of art, cuisine, culture as well as folk tradition which has made it one of the most important tourist attractions in the country. Jodhpur is the second largest city of the state of Rajasthan. With a population of

  • Essay On Meenakari Jewellery

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    Meenakari Jewellery - An Ancient Indian Jewellery Tradition Jewellery is such a fascinating field that the desire to create a better piece than before has always kept the jewellery designers busy in experimenting with new designs using new metals. Even people who love to adorn jewellery find the idea of experimenting with different metals and designs refreshing. This certainly heightens the fashion quotient of the person as variety is what the modern generation always demands of. Modern Day Jewellery

  • Research Paper On Travel And Tourism

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    • Introduction: India is one of the most beautiful locations in south Asia is also among the popular countries of the world. Tourist hub welcomes more than 5 million tourists from different locations of the world. A trip to this beautiful country can reveal numerous mystic things regarding its culture, art, tradition, history etc. Tourists are more attracted towards the cultural diversity of this country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. Each tradition symbolizes the flavour and aura of the place. • India:

  • Rajput Painting Analysis

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    Rajput Painting Throughout the modules of this course we have learned about different elements of Eastern art that give us the tools to try and understand the complexity that is Indian painting. Indian painting has dated back many centuries, starting with paintings on pottery coming from the bronze age found in Baluchistan 3 (17). Since this time until the 17th century (which is when the piece of art I chose), Indian painting has progressed and developed immensely. I chose art from the Rajput

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