THE FAME ANFD ACADEMIC BRILLIANCE OF TULKU DAKPA GYALTSEN. The doegyal worshippers say when trulku Dakpa gyaltsen was alive, he was very learned and very famous. His fame spread far and wide that there were many people specially from kham and Mongolia, coming to seek his blessing. At several occasions, the numbers of the people visiting him exceeded that of the 5th Dalai Lama. Moreover, he was brilliant in debate.
Pandit Malaviya was concerned about the condition of contemporary education system and raised the issue of hostility of colonial government toward the education in India. Fourth, it discusses the role played by him in establishing Banaras Hindu University, a premier institution of higher education. Finally the chapter highlights the linkage between his leadership qualities, his educational ideas and the establishment of BHU. 3. 2 PANDIT MADAN MAOHAN MALAVIYA – A PROFILE 3.2.1 UPBRINGING AND EARLY EDUCATION Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya was born in an orthodox Brahmin family, on 25th December 1961, at Prayag, a holy city of India.
With the passage of time, this dance style is performed on stage across the nation. Originally performed only by female temple dancers, Bharatnatyam fell into disrepute but it was revived in its original purity during the late 19th century. One of the most eminent Bharatnatyam dancers, who have immensely contributed to the development of Bharatnatyam, was E Krishna Iyer of Chennai. He conducted the first All India Music Conference in Madras in 1927. As a result of the conference, The Music Academy was born in 1928.
His poems, novels and short stories are widely read throughout Bangladesh and India. Some of his famous short stories are Kabuliwala and The Ruined Nest. On the other hand, R.K Narayan is most known as one of the first leading Indian writers in English. He is an eminent figure in Indian literature due to his simple, unpretentious styles of writing. His works have given people outside Indian nations to peek into the cultures which revolve a fictitious South Indian town, Malgudi.
• Jawaharlal Nehru -1955 Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was honored Bharat Ratna award in the year 1955 while he was Prime minister of India. He was an author, Independence as well as first prime minister of India (1947- 1964). • Govind Ballabh Pant -1957 He was an Independence activist, initial Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh from the year (1950–54) • Dr. Dhondo Keshav Karve -1958 He was a greatly regarded as well as one of the majority famous social Reformer of India. • Bidhan Chandra Roy- 1961 He was a Physician-Surgeon as well as second Chief Minister of West Bengal in the year
CASE STUDY PATANJALI AYURVED AND FMCG SECTOR “LOVE HIM OR HATE HIM, YOU JUST CAN’T IGNORE HIM” YATRA of Ramakrishna Yadav to Baba Ramdev Baba Ramdev’s actual name Ramkrishna Yadav born on 11 jan 1965 at Ali Saiyad Pur village of Mahendergarh district in Haryana belong to poor family background. He joined Gurukul ( yogic
Anita Mazumadar Desai is one of the distinguished Indian English novelist whose writings have attracted most extensive critical attention in India and abroad. She is very much noted for her sensitive portrayal of the inner life of her female actress. Several of Deasi’s novels explore tension between family members and the alienations of
Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipual was born on 17th August 1932 at Chaguanas, Trinidad. He is known for his comic novels set in Trinidad. Naipaul has published more than 30 books both of fiction and nonfiction. His best known works are A House for Mr. Biswas, In a Free State and A Bend in The River. He was awarded the Booker prize in 1971 and Nobel Prize in 2001.
Udupi Rajagopalacharya Ananthamurthy was born on December 21, 1932 in the village of Melige, Thirtahalli Taluk, Shimoga District of Karnataka. He is considered to be the most important representatives of the "Navya" or "New Movement" in the field of Kannada literature. He earned his doctorate from University of Birmingham, England with a thesis entitled 'Politics and Fiction in the 1930s'. Ananthamurthy started his career as a professor and instructor in 1970 in English department of University of Mysore. As a teacher, culture critic and a creative writer Ananthamurthy has shaped the consciousness of generations of students and readers by his incisive views on society, culture and politics.
Abdul Kalam, who was born to Ashiamma Jainulabiddin and Jainulabiddin Marakayar, and his father who owned a boat ferried Hindu pilgrims back and forth between Rameswaram and Dhanushkodi. Kalam, who came from a poor background, was the youngest of four brothers and one sister in his family, and he started working by distributing