Modernity is a hard transition in many cultures. The story unfolds the differences and clashes during the British rule in Hindustan. Ali beautifully paints a picture of Hindustan through his work in Twilight in Delhi showing few traits and daily days in Hindustan and struggles in the post British takeover of Hindustan. Hindustan is a very poetic place, It was ruled by kings and queens that fancy architecture, music and poems alongside the beautiful Hindustan. India is also famous for one of the 7 wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal, It was built in the seventeenth century by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his wife, Mumtaz.
Culture of a nation is a term that embodies the artistic, culinary, literary, humor, musical, political and social elements that are representative of that particular nation.From the history we know Canada's culture was specially influenced by the British and French culture and lately by the American.As America is a neighbor country to Canada,they share a large common border.Because of sharing a large border,migration and a common language with the United States, Canada faces a cultural difficulty.Global trade opens a gate for both of them to interact culturally through magazine,radio,television program etc.As a result, unfortunately, only 89 percent of magazines sold in Canada are foreign and a large amount of them are American. I think
Diaspora is very special to Indians; the reason being Indian Diaspora is the largest diaspora counting to about 25 million people who are scattered worldwide. With such a large Indian-origin population residing away from their motherland, there are huge chances of intermingling of languages, cultures, and religious practices. In literature too, very often one stumbles upon this term ‘Indian Diaspora’ and why not? Eminent author Salman Rushdie, who writes extensively about his memories of India, caters to the Indian Diaspora. How did Indian Diaspora start?
Indian culture is known as the way of life and to live life. Indian culture is a philosophy and encourages languages, religions, dance music, food, and architecture with varying features within the country. Indian culture is a mixture of many cultural systems and make a diversified country. History play a significant role to diversify the Indian culture which elements consists of Indian religions, Yoga and different cuisine. India is one of the most religiously diverse nations in the world, with some of the most deeply religious societies and cultures.
1. INTRODUCTION India gained independence on 15th august 1947. Being a diverse country with many religions and communities, it was only through the united efforts of people that the British could be driven out. Sixty seven years since then, India has come up as a prospective democracy whose timeline has been marked with the milestones of progress and advancements in many fields like agriculture, industry, science & technology, education and healthcare etc. But amongst all this, our country has also suffered major setbacks which sometimes leads us to think that whether India is really free or is it just a superficial facade that conceals all the other negativities that lie underneath.
7 INCREDIBLE BORDERS INDIA SHARES WITH ITS NEIGHBOURING NATIONS India shares its border with many other countries than the two obvious names that come to our mind, Pakistan and China. However, we often overlook the other borders. India, in fact, has the third largest border in the world after China and Russia and shares it with seven other nations! To help you make the most of India’s vast and beautiful borders, we have created a list of seven borders that you must visit. 1.
1. INTRODUCTION: Language change is a common linguistic phenomena and language borrowing is one of the natural consequences of linguistic contact. Language change is the result of language contact with other languages, where words are borrowed from a source language to another target language. Urdu language belongs to the Indo Aryan language family whereas Arabic is a Semitic language spoken by 350-400 million speakers across the globe. During the process of its growth, Urdu underwent many influence With the wide spread of Islam and due to the interaction of Muslim soldiers with the native speaker of the region Arabic language has made its way in India.
During the British colonization, there was huge influx of Indian and Chinese workers from South India and southern China respectively. This influx was the reason that Malaysia is now a multiracial nation comprised of the three major races: the Bumiputera at 62.3% of the population, Chinese at 22% and Indian at 6.7% (Fast Facts about Malaysia, 2014). The term “Bumiputera” is used particularly in Malaysia and refers to the Malay race and other indigenous people. As a multiracial nation, racial harmony is always a concern and ensuring racial equality is one the keys to maintaining racial harmony. However, questions about Malaysia’s racial harmony arise as there were several racial disputes after independence, such as the 13 May incident (Soong, 2007), the cow head incident (Press, 2009) and the more recent incident on using the word “Allah” in Malaysia (Sophie Brown, 2014).
Two social categories divide the UAE’s society: the nationals (Al-Muwateneen) and foreign immigrants (Al-wafedeen). Social classes also exist amongst nationals, who are split into four sub-classes: sheikhly families, merchants, the new-middle class and low-income groups. The dominate religion in the UAE is Islam which penetrates all facets of life within the country. Men and women have equal rights officially, but the country is still heavily patriarchal with men dominating the political and religious
The Rohingya people are Muslims belonging to the Rakhine State of Myanmar with ancestral background of Indo-Aryans. Many international media and human rights organizations have often described Rohingyas as “one of the most persecuted minorities in the world”. The United Nations have termed the human rights violations against Rohingyas as "crimes against humanity". Myanmar is a country in South-east Asia and despite increasing democratization; the military still remains politically powerful. The Rohingyas and some historians do claim that they are native to the Rakhine State, while other scholars claim that the group represents a combination of pre-colonial and colonial immigrations.