Free Essays on My India My Pride

  1. Belonging to America

    Belonging to America My grandfather always used to explain to me how lucky I was to be able to be an American. He would inform me on how valuable it was and how I should never take it for granted. He expressed that I should feel honored to be able to have all the opportunities I do. I never understood...

  2. Rahul

    To India - My Native Land is one of the best poems of Derozio . In this poem , Derozio expresses his grief over the past glory of India . The country has lost it altogether. Time was in the past when the country enjoyed lot of the world of respect & power among the countries of the world . She was...

  3. Impact of Western Culture on Indian Youth

    country like India which has always been cherishing its rich culture and heritage and it’s quite well known for it worldwide. But these things are just on paper and are slowly losing their sheen. Why? India is known by her people. We, the younger generation are the representatives of India in a true sense...

  4. Science

    scienceHard work was part of my life, but still she is smiling all the time I’ve seen her. My mother’s sister and my aunt is the person who I admire the most. Her life can be a good example of a person who has suffered a lot, but never asked for help as asking for help was symbol of weakness for her...

  5. Interview with Gurinder Chadha

    Beckham, was a rage in India and abroad, is ready with her new film, Bride And Prejudice. Starring Aishwarya Rai , Martin Henderson, Namrata Shirodka, Sonali Kulkarni, Meghna Kothari, Nadeera Zaheer Babbar, Anupam Kher and Peeya Rai Chowdhary, it is based on Jane Austen's classic Pride And Prejudice. Gurinder...

  6. Miss

    came a men point straight into my friend’s face and his partner under my nose, searching me... Telling me to go ‘shhhhhhhhhhhhh’... Running away was my choice but yet scared of the gun man, and for the safety of my friend on the other side... Just the thought and my instincts, and me avoiding them...

  7. uniqueness in names

    made me hate my name. It was hard introducing myself to others because the sounds my name were not natural and I had to pronounce it in a way that didn’t scare the person off. Being such a social and friendly kid I had to resort to my nickname of Mol which has stuck with me for so long that my full name...

  8. Incredible India

    INCREDIBLE INDIA Everyday I go to school and speak the pledge "India is my country and I love my country".One day a question instantly popped up in my head,"Do I really mean it? The pledge that I have spoken since the first day of school.The answer came as soon as the question,"Yes,I love my country...

  9. Nationalism

    understanding where our Buddhis are inundated by so many unwise and unnecessary ideas, simply understanding time as infinite cycles will do. Thus in my opinion, our concept of Nationalism has to be of a different kind, as is everything else about us. I can also say that everything in the West is based...

  10. Fuckingly Annoying

    over-all more valuable to society than universial brotherhood. I'll be using historical facts as most of my evidence, but if my Opponent asks for a link I will provide one. =My Argument= C1. Pride in country leads to competition between states, allowing for societal advancement. Think of the space...

  11. Hoysaleshwara Temple

    “A MINIATURE OF OUR UNIVERSE” REVIEW OF THE HOYSALESHWARA TEMPLE, HALEBID Recently, our class was taken for a South India trip.It was an unusual trip but was the best. We were taken to the temples in Belur, Halebid and Somnathpur, not sure if you’ve heard of these places. Our stay was in a...

  12. Chandra Opinion Paper - Should Family Tradition Be Upheld?

    Everyone commented freely of how beautiful Chandra looked, and “what a lucky girl” (Hendry) she was. Since I have a small family in my house consisting my mother, my father, and I, one of the few things we celebrate is our birthdays. On the evening of these special day, one of the family members, including...

  13. Memories of Independence Day

    another August 15, I found myself reminiscing about my favorite memories associated with the day. As a schoolgirl, I remember Independence Day as a festive occasion for one and all. There was something in the air that particular day that evoked a sense of pride at the sight of the tricolor. The elaborate preparations...

  14. Chandrayan - a Remote Toy for the over Bored Indian Scientists?

    harder to improve productivity and be able to innovate that helps 85.5 % of starving indians . They are seen working to be in the league of INCREDIBLE india where company like SATYAM S are bailed out at the cost of Bharat. Let's priotise boys. 2 months ago Yeah Rajeash , you are absolutely right. And...

  15. Roots

    individual selves. In my opinion, I am no different and have come to develop important social skills, learnt the values of good and ethical behaviour, actively participated in my social surroundings and I truly believe that the person I am today is a result of my inner growth and external...

  16. Psychology Perspectives

    through my body during and after pregnancy. I cried at commercials that had babies in them, had emotional responses to situations that normally did not bother me and after my second child, experienced post-partum depression, in which I feared that anything myself or others did could harm my newborn....

  17. E Commerce Term Paper

    completed my project effectively and moreover on time. I am equally grateful to my teacher [Navjyot kaur].she gave me moral support and guided me in different matters regarding the topic. She had been very kind and patient while suggesting me the outlines of this project and correcting my doubts. I...

  18. Changing Socio Economic Ties and Its Effect on Officer Men Relationship

    memory, an annual ritual to be observed only by the Army at Drass. Since then, the nation has moved on. A generation has grown up in the new, prosperous India full of gleaming glass and chrome buildings that dot our burgeoning cities. New employment avenues have opened up. There are more people involved...

  19. Falling girl child ratio in India

    and spice, and everything nice That’s what little girls are made of” Hello ladies and gentlemen, My name is Sparsh Shah Today I’m going to speak on the topic of the falling girl child ratio in India. It is said that God created mothers because he could not be present everywhere. It is unbelievable...

  20. Once Upon a Time

    his deceitfulness, and cowardice. However, at the same time, Flashman also exemplifies the concepts of the classical hero, including motivation and pride. Through these unusual combinations of positive and negative qualities, Fraser develops a villainous antiheroic character that is also simultaneously...

  21. Tv Programmes Choices

    Printable version 'If I were prime minister...' *As the world's largest democracy holds elections, BBC News Online asks people on the streets of India what they would do if they were prime minister. And keep sending us your views.* ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ...

  22. Pride

    that by pride even the angels fell. History is replete with examples of kings who fell because of their false pride. Hitler was proud of his power. This false pride of his power proved ultimately to be the cause of his downfall and death. The British were proud of their power and hold over India. They...

  23. India of My Dream

    India of my Dream The radioactivity of an exploded bomb may linger for years and centuries,But it can never ever equal radioactivity that my nation India has emitted and emits my life.Radioactivity that does not destroy but builds. Such is my nation, my pride, my India- the abode of mighty Himalayas...

  24. Proud to Be an Indian

    Proud to be an Indian India, a country with a culture having more than ten thousand years has enriched the global scientific, educational, economic and cultural scenario significantly. That is the reason why mark Twain has stated “India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech...

  25. Tata Nano

    manufacturer in the world. It is the leader by far in commercial vehicles in each segment, and the second largest in the passenger vehicles market in India. Tata Nano: Starting from Rs. 100,000 or $2,500 Nano is the world’s cheapest car and this has generated considerable awe and admiration from global...

  26. The Person I Admire

    The person I admire Hard work was part of my life, but still she is smiling all the time I’ve seen her. My mother’s sister and my aunt is the person who I admire the most. Her life can be a good example of a person who has suffered a lot, but never asked for help as asking for help was...

  27. speech on the independence day of india

    A very Good Morning respected principal, teachers n my dear friends. Today, we have gathered here to celebrate the 67th independence day of our country. It gives me immense pleasure as a citizen of India to share my views with u .67 years ago, on this day we engraved history n made a mark of our...

  28. The Defining Force of Life

    as a barrister in Bombay, and had a successful law practice in London. Before 1937, Jinnah opposed the idea of partition in favor of a unified India. The provincial elections of 1937 and the Congress’ handling of the aftermath are a clear demarcation which afterward would see Jinnah as a strong proponent...

  29. it can happen only in india

    but in India. And surely, not without a reason! With the percentages touching as high as 99, it has become a rat race for parents and students alike. Its now a matter of prestige and pride; a sign of brilliance – irrespective of the stress on today’s young minds with the inherent need to excel. Education...

  30. Story

    Introduction The poet draws a picture of free India. He dreamt of a country with no boundaries. This poem is his idealistic dream of poet Rabindranath Tagore  about India as a country. Tagore prays for the welfare of the country. PARAGRAPH  WISE   DESCRIPTION  : Where the mind is without...