Students on Indian Festivals
A festival is an occasion of enjoyment and celebration. It brings gaiety and mirth thereby strengthening our bond of relationship and friendship. These festivals also promote social interaction and harmony.
All nations have their religious and colourful festivals. However...
A festival is an occasion of enjoyment and celebration. Indian festivals are known to attract the world due to their harmony, variety, colour and excitement. Thus we can divide the festivals into three categories—national or political, religious and seasonal. These...
Many of the festivals, rites, rituals and even the dress habits of the adherents of Sanatana Dharma -- the Hindus, have deep spiritual significance and Amma actively encourages their propagation. In this section let us try to discover the Cultural Heritage of India, Her contributions to the world and...
country with various castes, creed, and colour hence a large number of festivals are celebrated in India in honour of their gods and goddesses. Since many communities exist here; the ways and method of celebrating these festivals also differ from state to state. But, the basic form of the belief behind...
Festivals in India are characterized by color, gaiety, enthusiasm, prayers and rituals. The word festival means feast day, festive celebration. As kids, when there used to be festivals the only thing that came to our minds was holidays and sweets that in turn meant lots of fun. India being a society...
culture of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Gujarat, Haryana,Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Orissa, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal. Indian films came to be followed throughout South Asia and the Middle East. The cinema as a medium gained popularity in the country as many as 1,000 films...
inhabited by the Paleo Indians. They were very good with art and culture. El Salvador was also a very good place to trade. But now the country has been struck with inflation. A lot of the scientific remains that were found in this country are related to the teotihucan Indians. It is a very dry country...
FESTIVALS OF INDIA
festivals are at the heart of people’s lives in India. The numerous and varied festivals that are held throughout the year offer a unique way of seeing Indian culture at its best. The following popular festivals in India will provide you with a truly memorable experience.
Pongal is the only festival of Hindu that follows a solar calendar and is celebrated on the fourteenth of January every year. Pongal marks the beginning of Uttarayana. In Hindu temples bells, drums, clarinets and conch shells herald the joyous occasion of Pongal. To symbolize a bountiful harvest, rice...
India: A Land Of Festivals INDIA, the world's second largest country, has over 1 billion inhabitants, who speak 18 major languages and more than 1,000 minor languages and dialects. It features an infinite variety of landscapes and unsurpassed cultural richness. With so much diversity embedded within...
SOME INDIAN EXAMPLES:
Choki dhani, Rajasthan
Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon
2.3 CULTURAL THEME PARKS
SOME INDIAN EXAMPLES:
• Street Bars
• Live Art & Crafts Village
• Coffee Shop
• Ethnic jewellery store
• Indian Home Décor Store
India is called "a land of festival and fairs." Every day of the year there is a festival celebrated in some part of the country.
As in any old civilization, most of these festivals have religious ties. Because India is still a predominantly rural nation, many of its festivals also welcome the coming of...
Advantages of Festivals - 1
Festivals celebration is the the culture we got from our past generations.According to the history these festivals are celebrated when they achieve something (symbol of victory),or on the occasions where they are benefited (crop gain,happy with some gatherings etc).
Values of Diwali festival
- Family Unite
- Thanks giving and be generous
- Brings unity among people
- Victory of good over evil
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Diwali, the festival of lights, is the most interesting festival of celebration from Indian culture. Diwali...
Background study of Holi Festival .......................................................................................... 13
Holi Festival Today.................................................................................................................. 16
Impacts of Holi festival towards India and...
Festivals: Paths to Unity
Festivals play a significant role among all religions, but especially among Hindu and Sikh traditions. Every religion has numerous festivals (rituals), but what is the point of having such ceremonies? I believe festivals play an important role in religious life because...
India? As everybody knows, I am from Indian. I came here when I was 18 years. I saw many differences between America and Indian. There are so different reasons which make me unique in this country. I am a person who is proud of my clothing, languages and festivals.
First of all, I am proud...
British, Polish, Czech, Hollywood and even Indian New Wave where directors in the 1970s made groundbreaking films that reinvigorated the industry and broke old boundaries.
2. New Wave Indian Cinema
New Wave Indian Cinema is a specific genre of Indian cinema which is known for its serious content...
The Indian Rebellion of 1857 began as a mutiny of sepoys of the British East India Company's army on 10 May 1857, in the town of Meerut, and soon erupted into other mutinies and civilian rebellions largely in the upper Gangetic plain and central India, with the major hostilities confined to present-day...
A festival is an occasion for rejoicing and celebration. It conjures up scenes of gaiety and merrymaking.
It is an occasion for family rejoicing and community celebrations. Festivals break the
monotony of life, bring peace and joy to the masses and above all promote social interaction and
Cast: D.D.Dabke, Salunke, Babaraya Phalke Screenplay: D.G. Phalke Cinematography: D.G. Phalke Production: Phalke Films The narrative is drawn from the Indian epic Mahabharata where the King sacrifices his kingdom to uphold his ideals of truth. The king accidentally blunders into the religious ceremonies...
Joy of Ganesh Festival and Impact on Environment
Hemant Wakode|Life in India,Urbanisation and Water| October 8, 20121
Indian calendar is filled with lots of festivals and holidays considering different religions. Few days ago, Ganesh Festival or locally known as “Ganesh Chaturthy” was celebrated...
Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
Vināyak Dāmodar Sāvarkar (Marathi: विनायक दामोदर सावरकर) (May 28, 1883 – February 26, 1966) was an Indian politician and an Indian Independence Movement activist, who is credited with developing the Hindu nationalist political ideology Hindutva. He is considered to...
The Hollywood Indian:
The Portrayal of Native Americans in
John Ford’s The Searchers and
Arthur Penn’s Little Big Man
November 30, 2005
The depictions of Native American in film have changed little over the history of the motion picture. The stories told hold fast to...
Festival is a celebration of life. Festivals bring peace and joy to the masses. They break the monotony of life. Indian festivals are numerous. A festival is a celebration, entertainment or series of performances of a certain kind, often held periodically.
Festivals break the monotony of life....
BAT held Peninsular Tobacco, which manufactured cigarettes in India.
Dominion Tobacco, Imperial Tobacco and Arcadian Tobacco were sales outlets. Indian Leaf
Tobacco was responsible for distribution and trade of tobacco leaf (see Exhibit 2). By 1953,
BAT had reorganized its business holdings and added...
Diwali - Hindu Festival of Lights
Each year in October and November, Indian people who are followers of the Hindu religion celebrate the festival of Diwali by decorating their homes with hundreds of little lamps called divas.
The word Diwali is a contraction of deepavali - which literally means "cluster...
Festivals as a source of life
The importance of festivals in India, a festival is a celebration of life. Festivals for the general public to bring peace and happiness.They break the monotony of life. Indian festivals are numerous.The three types of national, religious and seasonal are one. Write the...
Christ’ and he too wanted to translate the lives of Indian Gods to the screen.
His first production ‘Raja Harishchandra’ was screened at Coronation Cinema in Mumbai on 3 May 1913 marking the beginning of Indian cinema. Regarded as the father of the Indian cinema, Phalke went on to make several silent films...
season. Each and every country celebrates their festivals with great joy and happiness. The Indian festivals are based on most of the religious or mythological patterns. There are many such stories that can easily describe about the reasons behind these festivals. People express their happiness by dancing...