Salwar kameez

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  • Compare how Nichols and Alvi explore the issue of identity in Hurricane

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    Compare how Nichols and Alvi explore the issue of identity in Hurricane Hits England and Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan In this essay I aim to compare the two poems Compare how Nichols and Alvi explore the issue of identity in “Hurricane Hits England” and “Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan” In this essay I aim to compare the two poems “Hurricane Hits England” by Grace Nichols and “Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan” by Moniza Alvi. I aim to analyse the language and structure shape

  • Retail Clothing Store And Designer Wear

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    is a one stop store for all kinds of Indian women cloths and western clothing. Mainly concentrating on men and women traditional clothing but not limited to that. In Shilpa Retail and Designer wear women clothing includes Sari, Ghagra Choli, Salwar Kameez, Churidar Kurtha, Pattu Pavadai, langa – Voni. Other than normal cloths we also design the clothing as per the customer’s requirement. Shilpa Retail and Designer wear also focus on customized designs and colors. The customers can select from different

  • The People in Night of the Scorpion and My Aunt in Pakistan Essay

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    The People in Night of the Scorpion and My Aunt in Pakistan Compare the way in which the poet presents the people in Night of the Scorpion and Presents from my Aunt in Pakistan. We live in a world of many cultures and each has it is own way of communicating and two very different poems reflect this. In order to compare and contrast the traditions which have become apparent within the poems; ‘Night of the Scorpion’ by Nissim Ezekiel and ‘Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan’ by Moniza Alvi

  • Analysis Of Moniza Alvi's 'Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan'

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    at age 13) who is perplexed by the nature of her nationality (half-Pakistani and half-English) when she receives a gift from her aunts back home in Pakistan. Firstly, the speaker sets a negative tone for the first five stanzas as she feels the salwar kameez isn’t appropriate for a girl her age living in England. However, as the poem progresses the speaker metaphorically embarks on an endeavour to recognise her cultural identity by recalling her past in Pakistan. This essay will

  • The Asian Indian American Population

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    enables to hold the pleats. Each designer saree has a design theme that conveys a unique story. Meanwhile, the churidar suits come with a set of three pieces of material which is “kameez, salwar, and dupatta.” A long dress that covers the upper portion of the body is known as kameez that covers until the knee, a salwar tapers at the ankle that comes as a loose or tight pants that wore tightly at the wrist. A dupatta is a long stylish ornament worn on the shoulders or to cover the head while visiting

  • The Second Impression Is The Last Impression

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    Everyone know very well about this statement, “First Impression is the Last Impression” but the meaning is that, When one Person takes maximum 3-5 seconds research to form judgement or visual perception about other person. Everyone forms judgement in a flash, from the person sitting next to us at Functions, in a park, at dinners or parties anywhere. It is a Human nature and no one cannot refuse it. So it is very important to present our best because first Impression is no doubt the Last and you

  • Traditions vs. Personal Values: Everyone Wants to Belong Essay

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    The average person wants one thing more than anything else, and that thing is to belong. Without interaction human beings are known to experience aggression, depression, anxiety, and other psychological disorders, with a majority ending with murder and suicide as a side effect of not acknowledging the problem. The one group in society with the most occurrences is teenagers. Due to the fact of at that age, a person must discover who they are and what they want to be all the while having to deal

  • Real Life Fairy Tale

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    “And they lived happily ever after….” she read from the hard cover book which lay open on the bed she had been sitting on for the past half hour. “Sarah, why do you even bother reading these childish fairytales to me? I will never and I mean “never” be able to accept your absurd belief in these stories!” Maya marked while painting her perfectly manicured nails a shade of dark blue. “I mean do you really think that a fairy tale view of romance can survive in the real world? Do you really actually

  • merchandise policy - CHERMAS Essay

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    Girls: Frocks, Midis, Tops, Blouses, Nighties, Night Suits, Lingerie, Salwar-Kameez, Three-piece Suits, Lacha Suits, Ghagra Cholis, Skirts, Capris, Parallel Sets, Tights, Stretch Jeans, Cycling Shorts, Pants, Hipsters, Kaftans, Swim Suits, Sportswear, School Uniforms, Dress Material. Price Range: 499-1500 It also has a section

  • A Comparison of Two Poems Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan by Moniza Alvi and Search for my Tongue by Sujata Bhatt

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    There seems to be a whole range of different cultures mentioned within both poems. In 'Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan', there is a mixture of different issues in the text including clothing, friends and presents. 'salwar kameez' is a Pakistani traditional costume, but she tends to be more interested in impressing her new peers, so she wears clothes from 'Marks & Spencer's'. In 'Search for my Tongue', the only theme that is dealt with is the differences