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India Essay Examples

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A Look at the Economics, History and Culture of India
Economics Of India
Kalpesh P. Patel
Dr. Cashel-Cordo
Global Economics 271
February 1998
50 Years of Independence ; 5000 Years of History INTRODUCTION The Republic of India possesses tremendous contrasts and enormous ethnic, linguistic and cultural diversity. Since independence in 1947, the Indian civilization has expanded...
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History of India's Struggle for Independence
India’s long struggle for independence started in 1857 with East India Company. British originally came to do business in India but later on took over India. There was a great battle fought in India in 1857. The kingdoms fought east India Company troops with weapons and many lives were lost. However, shortly after that in 1...
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A Discussion on the Government's Intentions for Limiting the Growth of Population in India
Phan, Christine Per. 6, 4/3/01 Essay India Essay In ways to limit the growth population the government of India has come up with a few intentions. India is changing and is one of the two countries with populations over one billion. The government will incorporate actions consisting of “Money given to those who limit n...
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My First Trip to India
Let me start off by introducing myself, my name is Binit and I’m about 5’10” with a medium build. I’m of Indian decent with two complete Indian grandparents and parents. I’m a proud Indian that has of recently visited India many times; however, today I’m going to talk about my first visit to India. Also share some of my uni...
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A Promising Look of Women's Status in India
In ancient India, women occupied a very important position with, in fact a superior position to, man. Literary evidence suggests that kings and towns were destroyed because a single woman was wronged by the state. For example, Elango Adigal's Sillapathigaram teaches us Madurai, the capital of the Pandyas was burnt because P...
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Analysis of India's Educational System and Economy
In every region of the world there are culture and social differences that set countries apart. Each with an economic, social and political outlooks on the future that determine the way people live. These endless arrays, even occur in different parts of a particular of every country including one of the worlds most diverse,...
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An Analysis of the Three Video Clips on the Suicide System in India
During class last week, we watched three video clips concerning practices in other countries that most Americans find atrocious. The subjects of the videos were: the Untouchables and the caste system in India, honor killings, and suicide bombers. All three practices are, on the most part, accepted as tradition and occur fre...
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An Argument against India's Nuclear Testing
India Vs. Pakistan Global Warfare: Indias Nuclear Testing Within the last decade, India and Pakistans ongoing struggle with Kashmir has peaked due to nuclear warfare testing. The testing not only aggravated the situation in Southern Asia, but has also worsened the global condition. Tension with Pakistan, lack of su...
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An Overview of India and a Comprehensive Analysis of Demography and Geography
India A Great Land INDIA IS A LAND of ancient civilization, with cities and villages, cultivated fields, and great works of art dating back 4,000 years. India's high population density and variety of social, economic, and cultural configurations are the products of a long process of regional expa...
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Geography and Culture of India
Culture of India
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Culture of India
Nearly one sixth of all the human beings
on Earth live in India, the world's most populous democracy. Officially
titled the Republic of India, it's 1,269,413 sq. mi. lie in South Asia,
occupying most of the Indian subcontinent, bor...
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An Analysis of the Social Differences in India
In every region of the world there are culture and social differences that set
countries apart. Each with an economic, social and political outlooks on the
future that determine the way people live. These endless arrays, even occur in
different parts of a particular of every country including one of the worlds
most diverse,...
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An Introduction to the Geography and Culture of India
India with her varied incarnations is an old civilization and an extremely complex society. Her glorious past, natural beauty, resources, vast size and above all her unique geographical location has always given her the pride of place in the world. With the ups and downs of history it has retained its vibrancy. My vision of...
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An Analysis of the Challenges for India in the Next Millennium
The challenges for India in the next millennium
India ,like all other countries world over ,is at the threshold of next millennium. We have challenges to face as we prepare ourselves to step into 21st century. Let us briefly explore some of these challenges.
As we all know, India is a wonderful mixture of so much diversitie...
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An Overview of India
India has long been known as a very spiritual, religious heavy area of the world. In India, religion is a way of life. It is an integral part of the entire Indian tradition. For the majority of Indians, religion permeates every aspect of life, from common-place daily chores to education and politics. Secular India is home t...
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An Analysis of the Effects of British Rule of India on India's Economy
India was a direct colony of the British and the impact of this colonial rule over the economy and society of India has been immense. It must be stated at the outset that direct colonial rule leaves a total impact on the colonized society because every aspect of social life is influenced by colonial policies of the colonize...
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An Introduction to the History of the Ancient and Diverse Culture of India
Few countries in the world have such an ancient and diverse culture as India’s. India’s physical, religious and racial variety is as important as the history of how it become what “Modern India.” In India, religion is very important to the people. It is a major part of the entire Indian tradition. For the majority of India...
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An Overview of the Continuous Decline in India, Without Modernization
A Continuous Decline in India, Without Modernization Hypothesis: Modernization is the Key to economic growth for India. If modernization occurs, then the economic status of India will increase tremendously, even if the price India has to pay is a change in culture, and tradition. India has remained financially stagnan...
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An In-depth Look at the Country of India
In every region of the world there are culture and social differences that set countries apart. Each with an economic, social and political outlooks on the future that determine the way people live. These endless arrays, even occur in different parts of a particular of every country including one of the worlds most diverse,...
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The Influence of British Colonization of India on India's Society and System of Government
In the approximately two hundred years of British rule in India, the British did many things that still have an impact on India. The civil service set up by the British has managed to survive relatively intact until the present day for example, and large parts of the Indian transport network were built under British supervi...
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An Introduction to the Vision of India in the 21st Century
MY VISION OF INDIA IN THE 21ST CENTURY. In a bid to provide my vision for and of India in the 21st century, I put forward my perception, views and opinions under different topics and also issues and roles of different institutions and individuals. Applied Politics : I propose to provide an ideal situation for our country...
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Women's Status in India During Colonial Times
Break Silence They want to break our success Time demands that we break this silence If we are raising our voice Why should They get angry? We are fighting so that we have equality We are fighting so that we have dignity We are fighting so that we have happiness We are fighting so that we have peace We are fighting...
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The Changing Role of Women in India
The Changing Role of Women in India Women in India are beginning to follow the direction that the women of the Western world took more than eighty years ago; demanding treatment as human equals. However, it has become more and more evident as the revolution ages that Indian women may have to adapt the Western feminist meth...
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The Effectiveness of Mohandas Gandhi's Nonviolent Protests in Unifying India
An eighty-nine year struggle for India’s independence was finally concluded in 1947 (textbook). This struggle started in 1858 when the British pushed themselves into India. As a result, the British invasion of India brought social and economic alterations into the country; which resulted in the destruction of many Indian...
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Analysis of A Slow Poisoning of India
We were made to watch a documentary entitled “Slow Poisoning of India”. The video focuses on the effects of pesticides to the lives of the Indians. The documentary also emphasizes that India is the largest pesticide user in the world. Pesticides are substances that aids in destroying or controlling pests to minimize its dam...
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A Brief Look at the Tumultuous History between India and Canada
Through a variety of significant events, India and Canada have been able to develop a rich history. It all began after India gained independence from the British Empire in 1947. Since this time its economy has been growing rapidly. As they were still a developing country, however, the government required help to strengthen...
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