... through Macaulay's 1835 “Minute on Indian Education” that reversed the
Orientalist promotion of Sanskrit study. ... Not only is it significant that the introduction to Wilkins's translation was written by Hastings, then governor-
general of Bengal, but that Hastings's letter introducing the Gita was addressed to
Nathaniel Smith, Chairman of the East India Company, thus ... the literary
productions of Anglo-India through the lens of Orientalism's 10 Just as humanist
scholars emphasized that ...
Author: Kathryn S. Freeman
Category: Literary Criticism
In her study of newly recovered works by British women, Kathryn Freeman traces the literary relationship between women writers and the Asiatic Society of Bengal, otherwise known as the Orientalists. Distinct from their male counterparts of the Romantic period, who tended to mirror the Orientalist distortions of India, women writers like Phebe Gibbes, Elizabeth Hamilton, Sydney Owenson, Mariana Starke, Eliza Fay, Anna Jones, and Maria Jane Jewsbury interrogated these distortions from the foundation of gender. Freeman takes a three-pronged approach, arguing first that in spite of their marked differences, female authors shared a common resistance to the Orientalists’ intellectual genealogy that allowed them to represent Vedic non-dualism as an alternative subjectivity to the masculine model of European materialist philosophy. She also examines the relationship between gender and epistemology, showing that women’s texts not only shift authority to a feminized subjectivity, but also challenge the recurring Orientalist denigration of Hindu masculinity as effeminate. Finally, Freeman contrasts the shared concern about miscegenation between Orientalists and women writers, contending that the first group betrays anxiety about intermarriage between East Indian Company men and indigenous women while the varying portrayals of intermarriage by women show them poised to dissolve the racial and social boundaries. Her study invites us to rethink the Romantic paradigm of canonical writers as replicators of Orientalists’ cultural imperialism in favor of a more complicated stance that accommodates the differences between male and female authors with respect to India.
Distributed by Gita Sporting Goods , Ltd. 1.800.SAY. ... Introducing our no - return
... Unfortunately for Pereiro , his nearest teammate was five minutes behind ,
whereas Lastras still had three teammates right ... But Lastras came through
strongly and conceded only two more seconds to stay 10 seconds clear of
Pereiro : his ...
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11-0 6-0 6-15 p.m. 6-25 p.m. 9-15 p.m. 9-45 p.m. | 10-45 p.m. 6-30 p.m. SB 7-45
p.m. 9-0 p.m. SB 9-15 p.m. 9-30 ... it it is a hit besi Ari i A is is just as important as
a good radio set. acknowledged the best and Belden All-wave ... Violin Solo "Le
Canario" - - Grand Selection of Old Favourite Songs - Introducing :Fall in and
follow me, etc. ... Kumari Geeta Mittra. ,, ANUPAMA Mukherjee. , MoniMALA
GANGUly. , School APAN BANERJEE. , ShantiMoyee PATHAk. , RATNAMALA
Author: The Indian State Braodcasting Service,Bombay
Publisher: The Indian State Braodcasting Service,Bombay
Category: Literary Collections
The Indian Listener began in 22 December, 1935 and was the successor to the Indian Radio Times, which was published beginning in July of 1927 with editions in Bengali.The Indian Listener became "Akashvani" in January, 1958.It consist of list of programmes,Programme information and photographs of different performing arrtist of ALL INDIA RADIO. NAME OF THE JOURNAL: The Indian Listener LANGUAGE OF THE JOURNAL: English MONTH & YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 22/12/1935 PERIODICITY OF THE JOURNAL: Fortnightly NUMBER OF PAGES: 71 VOLUME NUMBER: Vol. I.No. 1. BROADCAST PROGRAMME SCHEDULE PUBLISHED(PAGE NOS):24-27, 29-31, 33, 35-38, 40-41, 43-44, 46-47, 49-52, 54, 56, 58, 60-65 ARTICLES: 1. The Delhi Transmitter 2. Short, Medium Or Long? 3. The Distribution Of Programmes Author of Article: 1. P.J. EDMUNDS 2. E. Duncan Smith 3. Peter Goss Keywords: 1. Delhi Broadcasting Transmitter, Frequency, Long Wave, Short Wave 2. Primary Rediations, Short-Wave Drawbacks, Intereference, Wavelengths 3. Daily Broadcast, Transmission, News Bulletin , British Empire, Transmission Document ID:INL-1935-36 (D-D) Vol-I (01)
The film finally ends with Raju and Gita getting married. ... “not just represented
directly by divine presences or by religious communities, but also manifested in
ways of creating an ideal world through the individual, the ... The film is best
remembered for introducing two Hindi film playback singers, Lata Mangeshkar
and Manna Dey, to the Oriya industry. ... The film was critically appreciated,
winning the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Oriya at the 10th
National Film Awards.
Author: Rohit K. Dasgupta
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Performing Arts
This book offers a comprehensive view of the 100 most significant films ever produced in Bollywood. Each entry includes cast and crew information, language, date of release, a short description of the film’s plot, and most significantly, the importance of the film in the Indian canon.
10. " General Washington's Arrival in Bos Northern Pacific is pushing a branch
line due north cominated the present Mayor ... the main entrance was ton , " introduced a group of twelve persons in to compete in the race for the fabulous
wealth in the ... all the laborers in Gita success . tlon , that on their wagon was a
belt four feet in mammoth elephant crouching upon the ... The first church in
Boston , erected have just been completed , are 500 feet high , the central ball a
century bas ...
Toxicity of red dye on the fresh water fish , Labeo rohita ( Ham ) Geeta Kumari
and C . P . Singh Department of Zoology , Agra College , Agra ... MATERIAL AND
METHOD On introducing the dye solution , the fishes were settled down for about
30 to 60 minutes and then became active . ... In 10 . 0 ppm concentration the
mortality percentage was only 70 % at 96 hours while in 14 . 0 ppm of
concentration 20 ...
Release on 1992-07-14 | by India. Parliament. Lok Sabha
What has intensified is the democratic process there and lokapriya oppression
not only by the terrorists but by sarkar . ... What having high hopes and after
elections they exactly are you doing to bind the hand of the thought of introducing
democratic process , security forces there so that ... Listed , however , in today ' s
business is a Motion of No SHRIMATI GEETA MUKHERJEE Confidence . ... SHRI
JASWANT SINGH : Lunch is ten SHRI CHANDRA SHEKHAR : On this minutes