Similarities between Indian & Chinese Cultures Katyayani Sinha O P Jindal Global University Abstract This paper explores the similarities between selected dimensions of Indian and Chinese culture as learnt and observed by the author during the course of the elective. The areas that will be attempted to be covered in this research paper to draw these comparisons will be history, geography, climate, philosophy, spirituality, cuisine and music. As perhaps the most important and developing nations
English a big speaking language and how it compared to Indian movies In this essay, I am going to describe how English became such a big spoken language and how the English became a worldwide language. This essay will also include how the Bollywood movies have developed through the industry of Hollywood, and why India has the English as one of the International languages. English is the international language. Now 1,8 billion people in the world speak English. The most speaking language is Chinese
on the main aspects that pertain to my essay topic; outlining in detail the media’s traditional portrayal of gender in both film and television, the male gaze as seen in film, the sense of purpose and political debate behind feminist film-making and the dominance of the male power structure within a patriarchal society. In this text, Jill Nelmes doesn’t touch upon any one film as such, in a more broader case-study sense, that I could potentially focus my essay on. But what is quite potentially useful
The distinctiveness of Indian theatrical tradition in the dramatic cultures of the world—its antiquity as well as its aesthetic appeal—is more or less indisputable today. The roots of theatre in India are ancient and deep-seated. Theatrical expression of some kind or the other has been since primitive and mythic times, an integral part of Indian life. Our knowledge about the initial, primitive stage of theatrical activity in India is very meagre. However one can safely say that theatre in India as
Question: Two key problems for sound studies are the questions of noise and silence. What are some traditional ways of understanding these concepts? How might these understandings be problematic? Modernity caused in immense developments in all aspect of humanity. Science and technology made things and work easier for people nowadays. Medicine became advanced that there are now many cure to various diseases. Much more, people have found new ways on how to produce sound, store it, and even reproduce
social problems faced by Indians. His forceful, brilliant and passionate writings torment the Indian spirit in contemporary times, constantly prodding the society towards positive introspection and betterment. A deep analysis of his writings proves that the social historian in him has taken interest in these intimate, soul searching studies of life, because in them we find truth, reflected with deep sensitivity and emotions. In a well-known published collection of essays,Khushwant Singh’s India,
Explanation: On 22nd June 1948, the Empire Windrush landed at Tilbury, Great Britain, fetching with her 417 Jamaican immigrants from the West Indies, the foremost of many in the grand incursion of Commonwealth migrants to the mother country. Certainly, Britain has witnessed immigrants move towards her coast before however, this expedition indicated the commencement of a greatly outsized inflow of coloured immigrants than she and her indigenous citizens had ever experienced. As per the Communiqué
QUESTION 1 Describe the geographical location of Dubai. Dubai geographical coordinates: 25 ° 15 '8 "North, 55 ° 16' 48" East Dubai is located in the Persian Gulf, in the northeast of the United Arab Emirates. Dubai is the second largest emirate by area of 3885 square kilometres. However, it will grow to twice the size with the addition of artificial islands Waterfront Three Palms, World, Universe Land Dubai, and the construction in the desert. The time zone of Dubai is four hours ahead of GMT.