Free Essays on Modern Living In India

  1. eassy

    Hindi (हिन्दी), or more precisely Modern Standard Hindi (मानक हिन्दी), is a standardised and Sanskritised register of the Hindustani language. Hindustani is the native language of people living in Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and parts of Rajasthan.[4] Hindi is one...

  2. Pulkit

    More results for: Has Modern Living Made The People Weak, Unhealthy & Disease Prone? 4 On one hand, modern technology has enabled people to live in cleaner, less disease-ridden environments, freed up time for many people; enabling children to spend their time learning, and relieving the pressure...

  3. Random

    1. Under developed people:- Rural society is found by tradition, old customs, practices etc. The impact of modern science & technology has made very less impact of the old beliefs are still continuing. 2. Under developed market:- Rural markets are not developing because of inadequate banking...

  4. India: the Jewel in the Crown

    India: The Jewel in the Crown India is officially known as Republic of India. It is a country located in South Asia. It is the seventh largest and second-most populous country in the world. New Delhi is the capital India. The Indian economy is the world’s tenth-largest in nominal GDP and third-largest...

  5. Modern Living Has Made the People Weak

    Modern living has made people of India weak, unhealthy and disease prone...Modern living means adopting the western culture, smoking, drinking, eating pizzas and burgers, etc.Also working at night times in a BPO or a Call Centre is now a days modern living.....But this makes u obese and also mentally...

  6. Born Into Brothels

    realities from the life of the children living in Calcutta's red light district. Acclaimed by the Western critics and denied by the Indian side, the movie touches one of the most sensitive realities from India – the red light districts. Arrived initially in India to document the life of the prostitutes...

  7. gandhi as an environmentalist

    man who said these words? Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi was born on 2nd October, 1869 at Porbandar in Gujarat. After finishing his early education in India, he sailed to England in 1891 and qualified as Barrister. In 1894, Gandhi went to South Africa in connection with a law suit. The political career...

  8. Women in British Raj

    who ruled us. We remember the strong generals and their armies who ruled and ruined India for 200 years. But none of us has ever imagined about the women who accompanied them, their lives and their feeling about India. Over the years many books have been written about British Era but Margaret MacMillan...

  9. The Modern Society

    The modern society today faces a lot of problems due to alarming rise in crime rate.Be it thefts, robbery, frauds, rape, homicide;all of them have become more common.This has been attributed to many different factors.It could be anything from the changing demands,lifestyle and moral values of people...

  10. Aligarh Movement

    felt the need of a fresh orientation of Islam and worked for it’’ (Sir Allama Iqbal) “Sir Saiyad was an ardent reformer and he wanted to reconcile modern scientific thought with religion by rationalistic interpretations and not by attacking basic belief. He was anxious to push new education. He was in...

  11. The Name of Ashoka Shines

    shines almost alone , a star. From the Volga to Japan his name is still honoured. China,Tibet ,and even India , though it has left his doctrine , preserve the tradition of his greatness. More living men cherish his memory today than have ever heard the names of Constantine or Charlemagne.This is high...

  12. Patterns of Savings and Investment in India

    sector has become overcrowded and this has adversely affected the agricultural productivity. (b) Discouraging Rural Atmosphere: The Indian farmers, living in rural areas are generally tradition-bound, illiterate, ignorant, superstitious and conservative. Their attitude of apathy and neglect keeps the...

  13. Essay

    India is amongst the top-ranking countries in the field of basic research. Indian Science is one of the most powerful segments for growth and development, especially in the emerging scenario and competitive economy. Scientific knowledge and expertise, innovation, high technology, industrial infrastructure...

  14. To What Extent Is Slumdog Millionaire an Accurate Representation of Modern India?

    Millionaire is a British Drama Film, set in India. India is the second largest country by area in Asia, and with over 1.2 billion people it is the second most populous country in the world, after China. The film was released in 2008 and portrays the different aspects of India as a country. Throughout the film...

  15. Urban India vs. Rural India

    Globalization has had an astonishing impact on the modern world. It has allowed nations to connect with other nations through mediums such as the internet, fax machines, music and television. Globalization has also encouraged companies to take advantage of the knowledge and talents of people all over...

  16. History

     Imperialism in India Document 1 According to this author, what are the benefits of imperialism to the colony? Imperialism profited the colony because the colonizers helped built a civilization, the progressive nations can establish schools and newspapers for...

  17. Indian Diaspora

    people from their original homeland. The term was first applied collectively to the Jews scattered after the Babylonian captivity, and in the modern people to Jews living outside Palestine, but now has been extended to include the situation of ant widely spread migrant group. The term “diaspora” originates...

  18. Analysis of the Possible Effects of the Caste System to India’s Globalization Aspiration

    In this modern day and age, many countries are moving towards globalization. With the current changes and improvement in technology, people easily share and exchange goods, products and services for economic and social development. A lot of opportunities are given to many people so they can take part...

  19. An Experience That Changed My Life - Essay

    am now. Reflecting upon the many different encounters I had throughout my life, I remember my trip to India. Two years back, my family and I took three months’ vacation to my home town, Punjab, India. Excited and thrilled to go, I packed all my belongings. Peering out of the international terminal window...

  20. Indian Way of Learning

    Issue In India, illiteracy of a large number of people has turned the visions of ‘Education for All’ into empty dreams. Especially, population explosion has put a heavy pressure on its available infra-structure. Only 64.84% people are literate and 35.16% still illiterate according to 2001 census, (Males...

  21. Women in Hinduism

    be fully understood. The status of women and their activities can be divided into three main historical periods, the ancient, the medieval and the modern. It is important to understand their history to see how restriction grew upon them, and how today they are forging their way to liberation and equality...

  22. Modern Education Before Independence

    Modern education before Independence Modern education system Modern education system was implanted by British rulers. Before the advent of British in India, education system was private one. In 1835, Lord Macauley introduced modern education in India. It was the introduction of Wood’s dispatch of 1854...

  23. Why India Will Overtake China

    hard labor. Ma Wenlin's story, told in Wild Grass: Three Stories of Change in Modern China by Ian Johnson, is first of all a specific human tragedy, both for him and for his overburdened clients, who scrape a mean living from the soil of the Loess Plateau, only to have their savings confiscated by corrupt...

  24. Our Indian Villages

    take steps in order to improve the condition of Indian villages because the development in Indian villages will change the face of India villages are the backbone of INDIA. Apart from being a greatest contributor for GDP, it has the natural feeling of real culture blended with the aroma of simplicity...

  25. Environmental Issues

    Environment: the living and no-living things along with the climate constitutes the environment. It assumes the perspective of an organism. Ecology: the study of living and non-living things. it defines the relationship that exists between the living and non-living. Ecology tells us how the living organisms...

  26. India's Contribution to World Peace

    very ancient times, India had great advocators of peace and harmony. The saints and sages of the past like Buddha, Mahavira and Sankaracharya were spokesmen of peaceful co-existence. They taught us love, sympathy and consideration for all living creatures around us. In modern times we have Mohandas...

  27. Heritage

    light, our cultural heritage is immensely vast and varied.  India is the cradle of one of the earliest civilizations of the world. The archeological excavations at Mohenjodaro in the present day Pakistan and at Harappa (Gujarat, India) have revealed the existence of an urban civilization about 5000...

  28. The Belief of Reincarnation and Karma

    as well as personal duty, or dharma. Among its roots is the historical Vedic religion of Iron Age India, and as such Hinduism is often stated to be the "oldest religious tradition" or "oldest living major tradition."[3][4][5][6] It is formed of diverse traditions and types and has no single founder...

  29. Education

    India though is fast developing as super power with impressive industrial growth and economic development,it is falling behind on human development index.The education scenario is alarmingly dismal at the grass-root level.India’s education program is falling behind other nations.It is a country with...

  30. Basic Concepts of Traditional Indian Medicine

    It embodies a healthy way of living, uniting body, mind and soul and therefore is considered to be an integrated medical system. Its holistic conception includes physique and psyche. Sushrutha, an ayurvedic doctor in the 6th century, is considered to be the father of modern surgery. Almost every indian...