This book is bilingual (Hindi & English). संघर्ष की कहानी एक प्रेरक कथा पुस्तक है जो पाठकों को सफलता के लिए प्रेरित ...
Author: Ashok Kumawat
This book is bilingual (Hindi & English). संघर्ष की कहानी एक प्रेरक कथा पुस्तक है जो पाठकों को सफलता के लिए प्रेरित करती है। कहानी में 17 साल के लड़के के जीवन संघर्ष का वर्णन है। लड़का एक गरीब परिवार से है और उसे एक खूबसूरत लड़की से प्यार हो जाता है। लेकिन लड़की के पिता उसकी शादी एक अमीर लड़के से कराना चाहते हैं। इसलिए, वह लड़का अमीर बनने के लिए शहर जाता है और यहीं से उसका संघर्ष शुरू होता है। कहानी का हर हिस्सा आपको प्रेरित करेगा।
The first authentic short story in Hindi ' Ladki Ki Bahaduri ? ( portraying a girl's heroic struggle against Calcutta pimps ) was published in a Hindi magazine Sudarshan . It was written by Pandit Madhav Prasad Misra .
Author: S. B. Bhattacherje
Publisher: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd
India, in this chronology of events, stands for the country as it is today and as it was before the Partition in 1947. This book takes off from 1424 BC, the year widely accepted by historians as that of the Battle of Mahabharata. Until the end of the 17th century, it mostly covers historical events with reference to matters concerning religion as well as the lives of luminaries. From the 18th century onwards, the chronology gradually embraces various aspects of the national panorama, including social reforms, law, politics, literature, education, sports, science, discoveries, inventions, industry, communications, cinema, etc., These are interspersed with anecdotes to make the book more interesting. The present edition has been revised till July 2008. Divided into four parts, the encyclopaedia contains: (A) a chronology of events, by year with cross-references to other years; (B) arrangement of the events by calendar dates; (C) a list of important dynasties; and (D) a full index section, as well as an extra feature, 'First time in India' Chr(45) General and Women.
Christian ethics is a standard text in Hindi-language seminaries and currently in its third edition – and the pioneering nature of his work, I have paid considerable ... The story's characters frequently struggle with the question.
Author: Rakesh Peter-Dass
This is the first academic study of Christian literature in Hindi and its role in the politics of language and religion in contemporary India. In public portrayals, Hindi has been the language of Hindus and Urdu the language of Muslims, but Christians have been usually been associated with the English of the foreign ‘West’. However, this book shows how Christian writers in India have adopted Hindi in order to promote a form of Christianity that can be seen as Indian, desī, and rooted in the religio-linguistic world of the Hindi belt. Using three case studies, the book demonstrates how Hindi Christian writing strategically presents Christianity as linguistically Hindi, culturally Indian, and theologically informed by other faiths. These works are written to sway public perceptions by promoting particular forms of citizenship in the context of fostering the use of Hindi. Examining the content and context of Christian attention to Hindi, it is shown to have been deployed as a political and cultural tool by Christians in India. This book gives an important insight into the link between language and religion in India. As such, it will be of great interest to scholars of Religion in India, World Christianity, Religion and Politics and Interreligious Dialogue, as well as Religious Studies and South Asian Studies.
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International audiences may see these musical sequences as the particular aspect of Hindi film storytelling which ... In the following decades, Hindi cinema supported the freedom struggle through inspiring stories and songs, ...
Author: Jack Zipes
Category: Social Science
The fairy tale has become one of the dominant cultural forms and genres internationally, thanks in large part to its many manifestations on screen. Yet the history and relevance of the fairy-tale film have largely been neglected. In this follow-up to Jack Zipes’s award-winning book The Enchanted Screen (2011), Fairy-Tale Films Beyond Disney offers the first book-length multinational, multidisciplinary exploration of fairy-tale cinema. Bringing together twenty-three of the world’s top fairy-tale scholars to analyze the enormous scope of these films, Zipes and colleagues Pauline Greenhill and Kendra Magnus-Johnston present perspectives on film from every part of the globe, from Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away, to Jan Švankmajer’s Alice, to the transnational adaptations of 1001 Nights and Hans Christian Andersen. Contributors explore filmic traditions in each area not only from their different cultural backgrounds, but from a range of academic fields, including criminal justice studies, education, film studies, folkloristics, gender studies, and literary studies. Fairy-Tale Films Beyond Disney offers readers an opportunity to explore the intersections, disparities, historical and national contexts of its subject, and to further appreciate what has become an undeniably global phenomenon.
Unlike Bose, who was a radical secularist, Tilak's politics invoked Hindu scriptures and devotional practices as the inspirational basis of anti-imperialist struggle. Savarkar's politics from the 1920s onwards drew on the Hindu ...
Author: Sumantra Bose
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Political Science
Presents a comparative study of two major attempts to build secular states - India and Turkey - in the non-Western world
Release on 1960-08-14 | by Publications Division (India),New Delhi
DELHI A 0710 Flag Hoisting Ceremony At the Red Fort : Running Commentary in Hindi and the Prime Minister's ... Laksha Sandhan Chapter from the story of our struggle for Indepen 2200 dence : Feature in Hindi. JULLUNDUR Jallian Wala Bagh ...
"Akashvani" (English) is a programme journal of ALL INDIA RADIO, it was formerly known as The Indian Listener.It used to serve the listener as a bradshaw of broadcasting ,and give listener the useful information in an interesting manner about programmes, who writes them,take part in them and produce them along with photographs of performing artists. It also contains the information of major changes in the policy and service of the organisation. The Indian Listener (fortnightly programme journal of AIR in English) published by The Indian State Broadcasting Service, Bombay, started on 22 december, 1935 and was the successor to the Indian Radio Times in english, which was published beginning in July 16 of 1927. From 22 August ,1937 onwards, it used to published by All India Radio,New Delhi. From 1950,it was turned into a weekly journal. Later,The Indian listener became "Akashvani" (English ) w.e.f. January 5, 1958. It was made fortnightly journal again w.e.f July 1,1983. NAME OF THE JOURNAL: AKASHVANI LANGUAGE OF THE JOURNAL: English DATE,MONTH & YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 14-08-1960 PERIODICITY OF THE JOURNAL: Weekly NUMBER OF PAGES: 48 VOLUME NUMBER: Vol. XXV. No. 33. BROADCAST PROGRAMME SCHEDULE PUBLISHED(PAGE NOS): 08-48 ARTICLE: 1. The Other Side of the Moon 2. West's Influence on Bengali Stage And Drama 3 . The World Of Books 4. Capital Goods And Economic Growth AUTHOR: 1. T. J. Brinicombe 2. Shambhu Mitra 3. Samuel Mathai 4. Dr. P. N. Dhar KEYWORDS : The same face, fascinating object, tidal bulge, partially visible Document ID : APE-1960-(J-D)-Vol-II-07 Prasar Bharati Archives has the copyright in all matters published in this and other AIR journals.For reproduction previous permission is essential.
SAMMELANI HINDI AND MALVIYA HINDI : LANGUAGE AND POLITICS IN INDIA BETWEEN 1875 AND 1930 Alok Rai ( University of Allahabad ) Our story The struggle for Hindi from about 1870 to 1930 . starts from the Court Character ' or Nagari ...
95.00 Stories 95.00 Anuradha Ray Freedom Struggle of The Making of Mahatma India Quiz Book 95.00 ( A Biography ) . ... Gurpreet Singh Hindu Mythology & Religion Ten Masters ( Sikh Gurus ) 60.00 Quiz Book 95.00 The Soul of Sikhism .
After a protracted struggle between the Hindustani and the Hindi camps, the debate was nally settled in favour of the latter and ... The story of Urdu, particularly its movement from “revolt” to “rustication” in the course of 100 years, ...
Author: Debajyoti Biswas
Category: Social Science
This book offers interdisciplinary perspectives on nationalism in India and examines the ways in which literary-textual representations intervene in debates regarding Hindu, Muslim and other forms of Indian nationalism. The book interrogates questions of nationalism and nationhood in relation to literary and cultural texts, historic-linguistic contexts and new developments in queer nationalism and ecological nationalism. It adopts a nation-wide emphasis, including chapters on Northeast India and other regions that have been historically underrepresented in studies of Indian nationalism. Moreover, the volume explores a rich variety of literary works by various writers over the past two centuries that have created, enshrined and contested ideas pivotal to the development of Indian nationalism. Located in a range of disciplines, contributors bring extensive expertise in Indian literature, language and culture to the question of nationalism. The chapters challenge many of the accepted ideas on nationalism and critically examine the politics behind such nationalisms. Moving beyond an approach to Indian nationalism based exclusively in the historicist-political paradigm, this timely book challenges established ideas in Indian nationalism and critically examines the politics of nationalisms in terms of textual representations. The book will be of interest to researchers working on South Asian studies, including Indian culture, history, literature and politics.
95.00 Anuradha Ray Freedom Struggle of The Making of Mahatma India Quiz Book .......... 95.00 ( A Biography ) . ... Gurpreet Singh Hindu Mythology & Religion Ten Masters ( Sikh Gurus ) 60.00 Quiz Book 95.00 The Soul of Sikhism .
The story of Babar has been told in great detail , but not of any Viceroy . ... of colonial modernity with the hope of imminent participation therein which motivated Malaviya and his colleagues in the early Nagari / Hindi struggle .
Author: Alok Rai
Publisher: Orient Blackswan
Category: Hindi language
This tract looks at the politics of language in India through a study of the history of one language Hindi. It traces the tragic metamorphosis of this language over the last century, from a creative, dynamic, popular language to a dead, Sanskritised, dePersianised language manufactured by a self-serving upper caste North Indian elite, nurturing hegemonic ambitions. From being a symbol of collective imagination it became a signifier of narrow sectarianism and regional chauvinism. The tract shows how this trans- formation of the language was tied up with the politics of communalism and regionalism.
It became the representative story of its time, in the way it turned the era's unemployment into a larger ... Set amidst the socio-political struggle of small-town India in the 1990s, his stories gave the Hindi short story a idiom.
Publisher: Harper Collins
Suryakant's life begins to unravel as he is forced to quit his government job. To get temporary financial relief, he decides to work for a Ramjoar Pandey and trace his lineage. The journey takes Suryakant back to Sultanpur, his hometown and his estranged family. The past slips in and out, as in a dream, and the future congeals into a mass of anxiety and fear. Set in the badlands of Uttar Pradesh, the men and women in the book are faced with ruthlessness, depravity and an intense loneliness, rising from the overwhelming assault of capitalism and consumerism. Akhilesh's inventive prose, treads the ground between memory and moment, the states of being and not being, as it follows the lives of ordinary people who discover the thin line that separates freedom from exile. Exile portrays the mortal wounds inflicted by the modern civilization on our soul.
136) as saying: 'Indian culture is neither Hindu, Islamic or any other wholly. ... notably the four-volume I. H. Qureshi, ed., A History of the Freedom Movement, Being the Story of Muslim Struggle for the Freedom of Hind-Pakistan, ...
Author: Achin Vanaik
Publisher: Verso Books
The definitive analysis of Hindu nationalism in contemporary India and the challenges for the radical Left With the Hindu nationalist BJP now replacing the Congress as the only national political force, the communalization of the Indian polity has qualitatively advanced since the earlier edition of this book in 1997. This edition has been substantially reworked and updated with several new chapters added. Hindutva’s rise necessitates a more critical take on mainstream secular claims, ironically reinforced by liberal–left sections discovering special virtues in India’s ‘distinctive’ secularism. The careful evaluation of the ongoing debate on ‘Indian fascism’ has resonances for the broader debate about how best to assess the dangers of the far right’s rise in other liberal democracies. A study follows of how Hindutva forces are pursuing their project of establishing a Hindu Rashtra and how to thwart them through a wider transformative struggle targeting capitalism itself.
Release on 1983-11-01 | by All India Radio (AIR), New Delhi
35 COVER STORY IN THIS ISSUE Hindi as a world language Hindi as a world language Professor Malik Mohammed 1 . ... Just like in coming to take place because during India , Hindi became a part of the the freedom struggle , Hindi was ...
Author: All India Radio (AIR), New Delhi
Publisher: All India Radio (AIR),New Delhi
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
"Akashvani" (English) is a programme journal of ALL INDIA RADIO, it was formerly known as The Indian Listener. It used to serve the listener as a bradshaw of broadcasting ,and give listener the useful information in an interesting manner about programmes, who writes them, take part in them and produce them along with photographs of performing artists. It also contains the information of major changes in the policy and service of the organisation. The Indian Listener (fortnightly programme journal of AIR in English) published by The Indian State Broadcasting Service, Bombay, started on 22 December, 1935 and was the successor to the Indian Radio Times in English, which was published beginning in July 16 of 1927. From 22 August ,1937 onwards, it used to published by All India Radio, New Delhi. From 1950,it was turned into a weekly journal. Later, The Indian listener became "Akashvani" (English ) w.e.f. January 5, 1958. It was made fortnightly journal again w.e.f July 1,1983. NAME OF THE JOURNAL: AKASHVANI LANGUAGE OF THE JOURNAL: English DATE, MONTH & YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 01 NOVEMBER, 1983 PERIODICITY OF THE JOURNAL: Fortnightly NUMBER OF PAGES: 56 VOLUME NUMBER: Vol. LIV, No. 35 BROADCAST PROGRAMME SCHEDULE PUBLISHED (PAGE NOS): 13-53 ARTICLE: 1. Hindi as a World Language (A Discussion ) 2. George Abraham Grierson 3. Tragic Potentialities Of Bhavabhuti 4. Mental Illness 5. Book Review : Village by The Sea by Anita Desai, Reviewed by M. Chalapathi Rao AUTHOR: 1. Prof. Malik Mohammed 2. Prof. Vijayendra Snatak 3. Dr. A.N. Banerjea 4. Dr. P. T. Chandramouli 5. Dr. C. M. Kulshreshtha KEYWORDS : 1. Hindi Language 2. Critical Assessment 3. Heights Of Pathos 4. Common Causes, Schizophrenia 5. Indian Drama Prasar Bharati Archives has the copyright in all matters published in this “AKASHVANI” and other AIR journals. For reproduction previous permission is essential.
numerical supremacy and geographical spread of Hindi in India followed a thorny path in the early and mid-twentieth century, before becoming the language of national politics and acquiring clear dominance through the government-owned ...
Author: K. Moti Gokulsing
Category: Performing Arts
India is the largest film producing country in the world and its output has a global reach. After years of marginalisation by academics in the Western world, Indian cinemas have moved from the periphery to the centre of the world cinema in a comparatively short space of time. Bringing together contributions from leading scholars in the field, this Handbook looks at the complex reasons for this remarkable journey. Combining a historical and thematic approach, the Handbook discusses how Indian cinemas need to be understood in their historical unfolding as well as their complex relationships to social, economic, cultural, political, ideological, aesthetic, technical and institutional discourses. The thematic section provides an up-to-date critical narrative on diverse topics such as audience, censorship, film distribution, film industry, diaspora, sexuality, film music and nationalism. The Handbook provides a comprehensive and cutting edge survey of Indian cinemas, discussing Popular, Parallel/New Wave and Regional cinemas as well as the spectacular rise of Bollywood. It is an invaluable resource for students and academics of South Asian Studies, Film Studies and Cultural Studies.
Even the doen of Kashmiri Literature Dina Nath Nadim has written a poem , “ Kaling Se Rajdhani Tak ” , in Hindi . Mirakant has a collection of stories , “ Hyphen ” and a drama " Eha Mrig ” to her credit . Her most of the stories are ...
Author: M. K. Kaw
Publisher: APH Publishing
Category: Jammu and Kashmir (India)
Traces The Journey Of The Land And People From Ancient To The Modern Day. Captures The Factors For The Decline Of Kashmiri Civilization From Glory To The Present State Of Murder And Repire. The Author Hopes The Worst Is Over And The Old Practices Of Kashmiriyat Will Return.
Hindi periodicals for children are discussed in Nandini Chandra, 'The Pedagogic Imperative of Travel Writing in the Hindi World: ... 515–9, is the story of a young widow's struggle to save her three-year-old from dying; Ray Krishnadas, ...
Author: Charu Gupta
This collection brings together nine essays, accompanied by nine short translations that expand the assumptions that have typically framed literary histories, and creatively re-draws their boundaries, both temporally and spatially. The essays, rooted in the humanities and informed by interdisciplinary area studies, explore multiple linkages between forms of print culture, linguistic identities, and diverse vernacular literary spaces in colonial and post-colonial South Asia. The accompanying translations—from Bengali, Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, and Urdu—not only round out these scholarly explorations and comparisons, but invite readers to recognise the assiduous, intimate, and critical labour of expanding access to the vernacular archive, while also engaging with the challenges—linguistic, cultural, and political—of rendering vernacular articulations of gendered experience and embodiment in English. Collectively, the essays and translations foreground complex and politicised expressions of gender and genre in fictional and non-fictional print materials and thus draw meaningful connections between the vernacular and literature, the everyday and the marginals, and gender and sentiment. They expand vernacular literary archives, canons and genealogies, and push us to theorise the nature of writing in South Asia. Literary Sentiments in the Vernacular is a significant new contribution to South Asian literary history and gender studies, and will be a great resource for academics, researchers, and advanced students of History, Literature, Cultural Studies, Politics, and Sociology. The chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies.
his proposal to evolve a scheme to popularise hindi in the south was met with much support from the delegates. but as ... debate 'took the form of a struggle for authority: should it rest with national politicians or with hindi experts?
Author: Manju Jain
Publisher: Primus Books
Category: Film adaptations
This collection of essays by subject specialists examines the politics of violence, communalism, and terrorism as negotiated in cinema; the representations of identitarian politics; and the complex ideological underpinnings of literary adaptations.