1. What is the point of origin? Hinduism originated in India during the Vedic and Epic ages. Hinduism or Santana Dharma is also known as the “eternal spiritual path", it began about four thousand years ago in India. It was the religion of the people known as the Aryans also known as the "noble people", whose philosophy, religion, and customs are written down in sacred texts known as the Vedas.
In this essay I will be analysing Bourdieu concepts of field, habitus, social capital, and cultural capital and apply it to three different sources. In order to form part of certain societies one has to achieve a certain status that is describe in this essay which looks at fashion and how Bourdieu ‘s theoretical concepts can be applied to either the London Fashion Week , the secret life of Haute Couture and I’Khothane. I will also be looking at how these things can be combined into each other, how they relate to each other and what are their differences. According to Bourdieu society is like fields. Bourdieu defines habitus as “A structuring structure, which organises practices and the perception of practices.”(Bourdieu, P. 1984: 170).It is
An imperial vision: Indian architecture and Britain’s Raj, Delhi ; Oxford : Oxford University press 2002. Although there aren’t many examples of Indian influenced architecture in Britain there are many in India itself, this book looks at the social reasons the British architects had to create the Indo-Saracenic style that it became to be called. It also looks at the new types of architecture that was developed due to the climate, such as bungalows and verandas, which became common throughout the empire. “An Imperial Vision, by its focus upon the relationships of culture and power that underlay the colonial order, throws light on the distinctive nature of late nineteenth-century imperialism, and more generally, on the way political authority takes shape in monumental architecture.” (3) Crill, Rosemary; Crang, Phil; Breward, Christopher.British Asian style: fashion & textiles, past & present, London : V&A 2010. As textile design is one of the main areas I am looking at it is important to have a good, reliable source of information for this subject, as this book is produced by the V&A I know that it is trustworthy.
2015:8). Fast fashion is further explored in the work of Bhardwaj and Fairhurst (2010). Bhardwaj and Fairhurst (2010) provide a neutral viewpoint towards the fashion industry, as well as looking into fast fashion from the supplier and consumer perspective. They provide information about the changes that have occurred within the fashion industry in the last twenty-some odd years. Bhardwaj and Fairhurst (2010) point out that in the late 1980’s, retailers used to predict what the fashion trends would be long before they were made public, which allowed them to manufacture the clothing items in advance.
Buddha as represented in Buddhist Art Introduction: South and Southeast Asia is a vast geographic area comprising, among others, the nations of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Bangladesh, and Indonesia (fig.1). The art of South and Southeast Asia is equally diverse—and very ancient. The earliest civilization encountered is of Mehrgarh in Baluchistan. The remains of the first cities in the Indus Valley existed. The most important excavated Indus sites are Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro.
In order to stay alive in the competition, other small fashion apparel merchants converted from product-driven to buyer-driven chains, made collaboration with dealers in diﬀerent markets and started to promote their unique brands. This collaborations help to increase the sales and to low the cost which result in increase the profit margin. Now there are lots of brands are present especially for women clothing which increase the competition and it also facilitate the customers to buy unique and creative designs. To remain in the market it is necessary for the designers to introduce new, unique and creative designs
(5 pts.) The Ramayana is a Sanskrit poem that goes back to about 300 B.C. about the Hindu god, Sri Rama and his interesting life story. It consists of 24,000 verses put into seven large books. “Ramayana” literally means the “journey or advancing of Rama”, who is one of the several incarnations of the supreme god Vishnu.
The style in clothing of the previous centuries are visible at the current fashion trends. This fact is supported by James Laver’s theory. He is a respected fashion historian, who presented a timeline of style. Based on his study, fashion trends are indeed cyclical. Laver’s law envisioned this process through a list of adjectives identifying the experience of style that is evident in the ‘fashion cycle’, the process of introduction, adoption, and decline of individual instances of what is considered ‘fashionable’.
AMITY UNIVERSITY, AMITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, NOIDA, UTTAR PRADESH PROJECT REPORT ON: “MARKETING STRATEGIES OF ‘CADBURY’-MONDELEZ INDIA” SUBMITTED TO: DR.SUPRIYA JHA ASB, AMITY UNIVERSITY, NOIDA, UP SUBMITTED BY: ADITI GUPTA BBA – CO7 A3906413041 SUMMER PROJECT REPORT ASB, AMITY UNIVERSITY, NOIDA, UP OBJECTIVES OF STUDY To study about the company’s marketing objectives. To study company’s variety of products. To overview company’s competitors. To study its marketing strategies: communication strategy, distribution strategy and pricing strategy. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY TYPE OF RESEARCH: DESCRIPTIVE RESEARCH: Project report is basically an in-depth description of marketing strategies of Cadbury Mondelez India Ltd.
Countries like China, japan and Taiwan has improved their efficiency in production and are able to reduce the price of the product, and India being country with huge consumer base and high Demand has become their prime market. Also the goods produced by Indian manufacturer are being exported to neighbouring countries like Bangladesh; Srilanka, Nepal has made India to focus in Asian countries for their trade. Conclusion India has always followed a development model for its International trade since the liberalization in 1990s.The services sector in India has shown a tremendous growth which can be attributed to ever increasing IT sector in India. Manufacturing sector on the other hand has grown in comparatively slower pace. The overall performance of the Indian manufacturing sector has widespread implications for various aspects of the economy; employment, being one of the chief areas of impact.