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Month: February 2019

Sadri Language of North Bengal in Crisis: A Thunderclap in Language Diversity ?>

Sadri Language of North Bengal in Crisis: A Thunderclap in Language Diversity

Debabrata Debnath Abstract: Language is the most important communicative tool. The Sadri language is an important tool of communication among the tea labourers of North Bengal. The present study focuses on present situations of the Sadri language in Sadri affected area of North Bengal. The findings show some important issues related to the Sadri language in North Bengal, which are to be noticed that there are various developmental problems such as lack of education through this language, there are no…

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Visualizing the Outcry of the ‘Invisible Minority’ in Dattani’s ‘Seven Steps around the Fire’ ?>

Visualizing the Outcry of the ‘Invisible Minority’ in Dattani’s ‘Seven Steps around the Fire’

Elias Uddin Khalifa Abstract: In ‘Seven Steps Around the Fire’ Mahesh Dattani visualizes the outcry of hijra (eunuch), ‘invisible minority’ who suffers a lot as they are deviated from society. Quite naturally, they are neglected and socially alienated. They have lost their identity, rights and they been discriminated in every step of their life. Dattani is the only playwright in India who has taken bold step to write on the theme of the underprivileged section of people whose outcry could…

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Openness in the Poetry of Kamala Das: A Study with Special Reference to Some Selected Poems ?>

Openness in the Poetry of Kamala Das: A Study with Special Reference to Some Selected Poems

Sofior Rahman Pramanik Abstract: Kamala Das, one of the poetic-trinity of Indo-Anglian poets, is also one of the most distinctive and original of all Indian poets. She published only three volumes of poetry: Summer in Culcutta (1965), The Descendants (1967) and The Old Playhouse and Other Poems (1973). Her success as well as failure mainly rests on these volumes of poetry. Her poems are characterized by extreme sincerity, love-longingness, frustration, disillusionment and frankness. The main reasons of her popularity as…

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Role of Jibran Khalil Jibran as a Mahjar Writer in Arabic Literature ?>

Role of Jibran Khalil Jibran as a Mahjar Writer in Arabic Literature

Md.Forhad Ali Abstract: The Arabic Word Al-Mahjar means migration which was the first Arab-American literary group was formed for the first time by NesibArida and Abdul Masih Haddad in 1915 in the history of Arabic literature and it reformed in the year 1920 by a group of Arab writers in New York under the president of Jibran Khalil Jibran who was working since 1911. After Jibran’s death in 1931 “The Pen Association” was dissolved. Jibran saw himself reach a peak…

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Adolescence and Juvenile Delinquency: A Study with Special Reference to Juvenile Justice Board (JJB), Dibrugarh, Assam ?>

Adolescence and Juvenile Delinquency: A Study with Special Reference to Juvenile Justice Board (JJB), Dibrugarh, Assam

Dr. Manashi Gogoi Borgohain Abstract: Adolescence is crucial and important period of human life as it is the transition period between childhood and maturity. They are the youths who are the future of the society as well as of the nation. It is the time when the individual is expected to prepare himself/herself for adult life by replacing childish attitudes and behaviour patterns with those of an adult type. Stanley Hall said that “Adolescence is the period of storm and…

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Demographic Study of the Missing Community of Assam: A Study on Lazai Pani Miri Gaon, Dibrugarh, Assam ?>

Demographic Study of the Missing Community of Assam: A Study on Lazai Pani Miri Gaon, Dibrugarh, Assam

Mouchumi Gogoi Abstract: The Multilingual Demographic Dictionary defines demography as the “Scientific study of human populations primarily with respect to their size, their structure and their developments. “The present study concerns with the change and development of demographic behaviour like mortality, fertility, marriage, family pattern, occupational pattern, etc. There are many factors which are affecting mortality. These are income, occupation, marital status, male- female, poverty, urban-rural difference, health service, etc. This study attempts to determine/measure the present levels of fertility…

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Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: A Unique Amalgamation of Christianity, Hinduism & Islam ?>

Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: A Unique Amalgamation of Christianity, Hinduism & Islam

Sofior Rahman Pramanik Abstract: Salman Rushdie, the famous as well as notorious writer won the prestigious Booker Mc Connell Prize in 1981 for his second novel Midnight’s Children (1980). The novel was well received both in India & abroad with enthusiastic & almost unanimous acclaim not only by ordinary readers but also by literary critics as well. The reasons behind this popularity are the religious controversies over The Satanic Verses. The religion also made a powerful impact on Midnight’s Children….

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Translation into English: Problems and Prospects ?>

Translation into English: Problems and Prospects

Dr. Nilima Jha & Md. Eakub Ali Abstract: Translation is an intimate act of changing a work originally written in one language belonging to a certain culture into a different language belonging to another culture, retaining the nearest possible sense. The art of translation deals not merely with the act of changing the literal sense of the source language into the target language but of changing also the feeling, thought and character of the work, so that the finished translation…

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Developmental Strategies of Arabic in Madrassa Education in Assam: A Study ?>

Developmental Strategies of Arabic in Madrassa Education in Assam: A Study

Dr. M. Nurul Amin Sheikh Abstract: This paper contains the development strategy of Arabic in Assam. The Madrassas of formal education have always failed to develop with the qualitative requirement of teaching of Arabic in the state of Assam. Both the Assam govternment aided madrassas and the Qaumi Madrassas do not have sufficient Arabic proficient teaching, learning methods to develop Arabic now being embarked upon. This study traces the attention to the qualitative collaboration and information of teachers-learners and also…

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Coastal Ports and Commercial Towns of Ancient India ?>

Coastal Ports and Commercial Towns of Ancient India

Dr. Rofiqul Hassan Abstract: Ports play vital role in the financial sector from ancient India. Till today port serves not only as a medium of trasportation but also as a huge collector of revenue. Ports are the indicators of ancient civilization. As India is surrounded by sea, ocean, etc., it is easily acceptable to reach India throughout the world. As a result, a huge number of ports exists in India from the time of East India Company, we see that…

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