Syeed Abdul Malik in The Perspective of Life ?>

Syeed Abdul Malik in The Perspective of Life

Abdus Sattar – Abstract: Syeed Abdul Malik is a committed Assamese writer. Nearly all the genres of literature have been cultivated by him. People living in the lower strata of society have been paid much importance by him by presenting their lives psycho-analytically. The problems faced by women, Malik’s biographical aspects and his love for the Assamese language has also received equal importance in the present topic. Click here to print/download PDF of this research paper Syeed Abdul Malik is…

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History and Historians of Undivided Goalpara District from 1826 to 1947: A Study ?>

History and Historians of Undivided Goalpara District from 1826 to 1947: A Study

Mala Ghosh –  Abstract: The activities of men of the past are recorded in the history of their own. These activities also guide to shape the future. Therefore, it is necessary to know our past so that we can think for a better future. Local history is a part of national history because it has a tremendous importance to fill up the existing gaps of regional history. The history of Assam does not portray much information about undivided Goalpara District…

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Sericulture in Assam: An Overview ?>

Sericulture in Assam: An Overview

  Anshuman Saikia –  Abstract: Sericulture plays a vital role in uplifting the rural economy of Assam because a large number of populations find employment in the state’s famous muga and eri silk industry. The increasing demand for eri and muga globally has not only given this industry a unique identity but also a scope for self-employment to the rural youths. The people of Assam have been traditionally practising sericulture particularly mulberry, muga and eri.  Nature has endowed Assam with…

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National Integration in India ?>

National Integration in India

Dr. Akbar Badsha –  Abstract: National integration is a kind of psychological and educational process which involves the development of a feeling of unity, solidarity and cohesion in the hearts of people, a sense of common citizenship and feeling of loyalty to a nation. The concept of integration covers a vast range of human relationship and attitudes. India is a multi-lingual, multi-cultural and multi-religious country in which the sense of unity among the citizens is an utmost necessity. Various evil…

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National Integration: Hinderances and Remedies ?>

National Integration: Hinderances and Remedies

Abu Shama Ahmed – Abstracts: India is a big country where religiously different people like Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Parsis, Sikhs, and others live together. Their languages, traditions and customs are quite different. Hindu religion is the oldest in India. It is union of Vedic religion Sanatan dharma, Jainism, Budhism and various other smaller castes and creeds. The same state of affairs is of other religions also. This leads us to conclude that India is a wonderland of diversities and distinctions….

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Impact of Globalization in Higher Education: A Study on Maharashtra, India ?>

Impact of Globalization in Higher Education: A Study on Maharashtra, India

  Prof. Baliram V.Pawar –  Abstract: Globalization means socially changed connectivity among societies and their elements. Globalization can mean the formal global village closer in contact among different parts of the world with increasing possibilities of personal exchange, mutual understanding and friendship between world cities. In today’s world globalization is an important concern. Rapid increase in knowledge through globalization, new potentials for developing countries are growing faster. The impact of globalization results the diffusion of knowledge for the benefit of…

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God, Soul’s Eternity and Expulsion of Lassitude in the Poetry of Robert Browning ?>

God, Soul’s Eternity and Expulsion of Lassitude in the Poetry of Robert Browning

  Prasanta Pathak –  Abstract: Robert Browning is one of the greatest poets of the Victorian era who excels in his optimistic philosophy regarding the immortality of human soul. No English poet has coined so much credits that Browning has achieved in his  venture to establish God as a supreme saviour to redeem the unattained affliction of human soul and thus treating the human soul for its complete perfection. A belief in God, heaven, and the immortality of soul are…

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Troubadourian Impact on Shakespeare: A Study of ‘The Two Gentleman of Verona’ ?>

Troubadourian Impact on Shakespeare: A Study of ‘The Two Gentleman of Verona’

Prof. N. C. Bhoi –  Abstract: No writer could be studied in isolation from his preceding tradition and the study of Shakespeare is not an exception to it. E.M.W.Tilliyard is justified in studying Shakespeare in the context of Renaissance. Charlton has rightly argued that the Elizabethan age was basically ‘A Romantic age’ and ‘Shakespeare and his fellows were Romantic in the strict sense that they clamoured for fuller draught of that spirit of romanticism which the Middle Ages had first…

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Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad as an Innovative Critic in Arabic Literature ?>

Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad as an Innovative Critic in Arabic Literature

  Dr.M. Nurul Amin Sheikh –                                                                           Abstract: This paper contains the Egyptian innovative critic Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad who came to prominence in the first half of the twentieth century. Through the influence of al-Aqqad’s criticism of the generation that later were led to…

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Indian Writings in English Translation: A Study of Historical Perspective ?>

Indian Writings in English Translation: A Study of Historical Perspective

Md. Eakub Ali. Abstract: Translation is a basic human activity to convey something said in one language in another. It is a practice of changing a work originally written in one language belonging to a certain culture into a different language belonging to another culture. The practice of translation is as old as the human civilization. India is a multi-lingual and multi-cultural country. In this country translation works have been an integral part of Indian literature since the pre-Christian times…

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