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Last Update: 2014-09-19
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few lines on lotus flower

ಕಮಲದ ಹೂವಿನ ಮೇಲೆ ಕೆಲವು ಸಾಲುಗಳನ್ನು

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The peacock is the most beautiful of all the birds. it is to love it to look at it. It is the national bird of our country.

ಹಕ್ಕಿ naveelu ಮೇಲೆ ಕನ್ನಡ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ

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National festivals of India bind the people in a thread of unity and brotherhood. Festivals of India : National Festivals of India National Festivals of India India is a land of multi-ethnicity where people of different languages and cultures live together with peace and harmony. India is worldwide known for its cultural diversity and colorful festivals. Apart from these festivals, we also have national festivals such as Gandhi Jayanti, the Independence Day and the Republic Day. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Every year, this auspicious occasion is celebrated on October 2 with great zeal and enthusiasm. People across the nation offer prayer services and tributes to Gandhi Ji on this day. Various cultural programmes showcasing Gandhi Ji's life and struggle for independence are organized at school, colleges, government and private organizations etc. Also, different types of competition, such as essay writing, painting etc are organized to remember the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi. Independence Day is celebrated to mark the independence of India. India became independent on August 15, 1947, after the British left the contry. Since then, August 15 is celebrated as the Independence Day. On this day, various formal events including flag-hoisting and march-past in all states, districts, panchayats, schools, colleges are organized to commemorate the day of freedom. The Prime Minister of the nation hoists the tri-color national flag (Tiranga) at the Red Fort and addresses the nation from its rampart. Republic Day is amongst the three national festivals of India. This auspicious day is celebrated on January 26 to commemorate the adoption of constitution. As per the records, the constitution of India came into force on January 26, 1950 by replacing the Government of India Act (1935) as the governing documemt of India. Like the Independence Day, flag hoisting ceremony and cultural programmes are organized across the nation on the Republic Day. Gandhi Jayanti Every year, October 2nd is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti to commemorate the birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi Ji was born on October 2, 1869, into a Hindu family, in Porbandar city of Gujarat state. His father, Karam Chand Gandhi was the Diwan of Porbander State, which was a small princely salute state in the Kathiwar Agency of British India. Mohandas Karam Chand Gandhi or Mahatma Gandhi was the main force behind Independence Day Every year, August 15 is celebrated as Independence Day to commemorate India's freedom from British rule. This auspicious day is also marked as a birth of the world's biggest democracy, India. Independence Day is one of the three national festivals of India and binds the people of different cultures and religions into a bond of unity and brotherhood. On this auspicious occasion, Republic Day of India On 26th of January every year India celebrates its Republic Day. It is one of the national holidays of India and regarded as the most important day in the Indian history as it was on this day in 1950 the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly sovereign state. It is celebrated with much enthusiasm throughout the country to commemorate the event. Hindu Festivals Buddha Jayanti Diwali Durga Puja Dussehra Ganesh Chaturthi Holi Janmashtami Karwa Chauth Maha Shivaratri Mahavir Jayanti Onam Pongal Rakhi Festival Ram Navami National Festivals Gandhi Jayanti Independence Day Republic Day Muslim Festivals Bakri-Id Barah Wafat Id-ul-Fitr Christian Festivals Christmas Sikh Festivals Indian Festival Calendar Festival Resources Festival Recipes Gods Goddesses Mantras Aarti Rakhi Gifts Birthday Gifts Send Flowers to India Gifts by Festivals

ಅನಕ್ಷರತೆ ಮೇಲೆ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism and the prophet of nonviolence in the 20th century, was born, the youngest child of his father's fourth wife, on Oct. 2, 1869, at Porbandar, the capital of a small principality in Gujarat in western India under British suzerainty. His father, Karamchand Gandhi, who was the dewan (chief minister) of Porbandar, did not have much in the way of a formal education but was an able administrator who knew how to steer his way between the capricious princes, their long-suffering subjects, and the headstrong British political officers in power. Gandhi's mother, Putlibai, was completely absorbed in religion, did not care much for finery and jewelry, divided her time between her home and the temple, fasted frequently, and wore herself out in days and nights of nursing whenever there was sickness in the family. Mohandas grew up in a home steeped in Vaishnavism (Vaisnavism)--worship of the Hindu god Vishnu (Visnu)--with a strong tinge of Jainism, a morally rigorous Indian religion, whose chief tenets are nonviolence and the belief that everything in the universe is eternal. Thus he took for granted ahimsa (noninjury to all living beings), vegetarianism, fasting for self-purification, and mutual tolerance between adherents of various creeds and sects. (see also Index: ahimsa, or ahimsa) Youth. The educational facilities at Porbandar were rudimentary; in the primary school that Mohandas attended, the children wrote the alphabet in the dust with their fingers. Luckily for him, his father became dewan of Rajkot, another princely state. Though he occasionally won prizes and scholarships at the local schools, his record was on the whole mediocre. One of the terminal reports rated him as "good at English, fair in Arithmetic and weak in Geography; conduct very good, bad handwriting." A diffident child, he was married at the age of 13 and thus lost a year at school. He shone

ಕಂಪ್ಯೂಟರ್ನಲ್ಲಿ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism and the prophet of nonviolence in the 20th century, was born, the youngest child of his father's fourth wife, on Oct. 2, 1869, at Porbandar, the capital of a small principality in Gujarat in western India under British suzerainty. His father, Karamchand Gandhi, who was the dewan (chief minister) of Porbandar, did not have much in the way of a formal education but was an able administrator who knew how to steer his way between the capricious princes, their long-suffering subjects, and the headstrong British political officers in power. Gandhi's mother, Putlibai, was completely absorbed in religion, did not care much for finery and jewelry, divided her time between her home and the temple, fasted frequently, and wore herself out in days and nights of nursing whenever there was sickness in the family. Mohandas grew up in a home steeped in Vaishnavism (Vaisnavism)--worship of the Hindu god Vishnu (Visnu)--with a strong tinge of Jainism, a morally rigorous Indian religion, whose chief tenets are nonviolence and the belief that everything in the universe is eternal. Thus he took for granted ahimsa (noninjury to all living beings), vegetarianism, fasting for self-purification, and mutual tolerance between adherents of various creeds and sects. (see also Index: ahimsa, or ahimsa) Youth. The educational facilities at Porbandar were rudimentary; in the primary school that Mohandas attended, the children wrote the alphabet in the dust with their fingers. Luckily for him, his father became dewan of Rajkot, another princely state. Though he occasionally won prizes and scholarships at the local schools, his record was on the whole mediocre. One of the terminal reports rated him as "good at English, fair in Arithmetic and weak in Geography; conduct very good, bad handwriting." A diffident child, he was married at the age of 13 and thus lost a year at school. He shone

ಗಾಂಧೀಜಿಯವರ ಮೇಲೆ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ

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Rahul Sharad Dravid (Kannada: ರಹುಲ ಶದ ವಡ ), (Marathi: राह ु ल दिवड ,Hindi: राह ु ल दिव pronunciation (help·info ) (born 11 January 1973) is acricketer in theIndian national team, of which he hasbeen a regular member since 1996. He was appointed as the captain of the Indian cricket team inOctober 2005 and resigned from the post in September 2007. [1] Dravid was honoured as one of the top-fiveWisden Cricketers of the Year in 2000. [2] Dravid was also awarded theICC Player of the Year and theTest Player of the Year at the inaugural awards ceremony held in 2004. [3] Dravid also holds the record of having taken the most number of catches in Test cricket.On 7 August 2011 after getting a surprise call to play inODIseries against England he declared hisretirement from One Day Internationals andT20. [4] Popularly hailed as "The Wall of Indian cricket", Dravid is regarded by many to be one of the greatestbatsmen in the history of the game. Dravid holds multiple cricketing records. He is the second Indianbatsman, after Sachin Tendulkar,and the third international player to reach 12,000 runs in Test cricket. [5] On 14 February 2007, he became the sixth player overall and the third Indian (after Sachin Tendulkar andSourav Ganguly), to score 10,000 runs in ODI cricket in cricketing history. [6] He is the first and onlybatsman to score a century in all ten Test playing nations. [7] With more than 200 catches, Dravid currentlyholds the world record for the most number of catches in Test cricket. [8] Dravid has also been involved inmore than 80 century partnerships with 18 different partners and has been involved in 19 centurypartnerships with Sachin Tendulkar – a world record. [9] On 24 November 2011, He became the second international player to reach 13,000 runs in Test Cricketonly after Sachin Tendulkar . [10] On 14 December 2011, he became the first non-Australian cricketer to address at the Bradman Orationin Canberra. [11] Dravid has been bowled 55 times in Test cricket, going pastAllan Border 's previous record of 53. Contents [hide] • 1 Early life and family • 2 Cricketing career ○ 2.1 1995–98: Beginning ○ 2.2 1999: World Cupsuccess ○ 2.3 Post 2000 ○ 2.4 Retirement from ODI and T20I • 3 Playing style • 4 Praises and Accolades

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what is your name

ಪರಿಸರ malinya ಮೇಲೆ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ ಭಾಷಾಂತರಿಸಲು

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The sun is a star. It is the star round which the earth and other planets revolve. In a way, we can say that sun is the head of solar family or solar system. Compared with the millions of other stars, the sun is a medium sized star and of average brightness. The sun appears to be larger and brighter because it is much more nearer to the earth than any other star. Thus, the star nearest to the earth is the sun. Though sun is the nearest star to the earth, even then it is at a distance of 150 x 106 kilometres from the earth and light, travelling at a great speed of 300,000 kilometres per second, takes about 8 minutes to reach us from the sun. But light takes about 4.3 years to reach us from the next nearest star called alpha centuari. The sun is a mass of hot gases, about 109 times bigger in size than the earth; 330,000 times as heavy as the earth and about 150 x 106 kilometres away from the earth. The diameter of the sun is about 14 x 105 kilometres. The sun is a big ball of fire. The temperature at the surface of the sun is about 6000°C while the temperature at its centre is about 20 million degrees Celsius. Please note that sun is the only star having a known system of planets with life on one of its planets, called earth. The sun is not a solid body. It consists mostly of hydrogen gas. In the centre of the sun, hydrogen atoms are continuously combining to produce atoms of helium. Each time an atom of helium is formed, tremendous amount of energy is released in the form of heat and light. It is this energy which makes the sun shine. The planets and other objects in the sky reflect a part of the sunlight falling on them due to which they become visible to us. Even our earth reflects a part of the sunlight falling on it. So, if the earth is seen from a spaceship or moon, the earth will also appear as a bright object in space, just like other planets. It should be noted that sun is the main source of heat and light energy for all the members of the solar system including the earth. Like the earth, the sun spins on its axis and also moves through space. The planets travel with the sun through millions of stars in our galaxy at a speed of about 70,000 kilometres per hour. The sun has nine major planets revolving round it.

ಹಸುವಿನ ಮೇಲೆ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ ಭಾಷಾಂತರಿಸಲು

Last Update: 2014-09-16
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Hobbies are activities which help us escape the daily grind of life and work and give us pleasure and peace of mind. Because we are not being ordered to perform certain jobs which we may not be fond of, hobbies help to inculcate an appreciation for work rather than driving us away from it. The interesting thing about hobbies is that they dramatically improve our own personalities and character traits, therefore improving our performances better on the whole. They help us discover talents and abilities which we may never have known ourselves to possess also giving us an insight of all the elements around us, making us learn new things each day. For instance, hobbies like stamp collecting, bird watching, photography, sports and music make our time worthwhile and give us information about different things. My hobby is gardening. The joy of witnessing blooming flowers and leaves fills my heart with a sense of achievement and realizing the fact that the work of my own hands is bearing fruit definitely gives me pleasure. Gardening also helps to keep me fit, strong and healthy for working away in my garden results in the beneficial kind of exercise that is good for both mind and body. I inherited the love for gardening from my mother and now with her help and interest; I have prepared a small garden in front of our porch. It is a thing of beauty with a grassy carpet and trimmed hedges. I grow several varieties of plants including the China rose, jasmines, ferns and gladioli in my garden. The recently purchased Christmas tree is a welcome addition too. Every day after school it is my habit to check on my garden and look after the plants. The garden has to be kept under a strict check, mowed punctually as the grass grows at a speedy rate during the rainy season, and cleaned at least twice a week. However, during autumn due to the shedding of the leaves, I have to clean it daily while always adding manure and plant medicine for the protection of these wonderful creations of God. A little bouquet of pretty flowers also makes a wonderful gift for birthdays and anniversaries. I am also thinking of including vegetables in my garden for it will save us the purchase of vegetables from the market and we may also sell them to other people at respectable sums of money. It is possible to grow the vegetables that are consumed daily and do not take up much space. It is always a great feeling to have my garden admired and appreciated by other people and it helps me feel like I have accomplished a great goal. Related articles: Short Essay on Winter Season (587 Words) Short Essay on the Hindu Doctrine of Karma (396 words) Short Essay on Summer Season (557 Words) Short Essay on Tourism (538 Words) Short Essay on Great Cities (412 Words) Essay on the Role of Students in Society (750 Words) Short Essay on ‘Mad Cow Disease’ (294 Words) Essay on the Condition of People Living in Slums (355 Words) Short Essay on Bacterial Viruses (333 Words) Short Essay on Indian Social Stratification System (376 Words) Hobbies Before publishing your articles on this site, please read the following pages: 1. Content Guidelines 2. Prohibited Content 3. Plagiarism Prevention 4. Image Guidelines 5. Content Filtrations 6. TOS 7. Privacy Policy 8. Disclaimer 9. Copyright 10. Report a Violation submit Latest Important Criteria for Racial Identification June 17, 2014 Several Racial Identification as Proposed by Different Anthropologists June 17, 2014 Race: Definition and Factor’s behind the Formation of Racial Groups June 17, 2014 Traits of Human Heredity which Varies between Individuals June 16, 2014 Useful Notes on Sex-Linked Inheritance in Human (with diagram) June 16, 2014 Advertisements essay about my hobby

Hobbies are activities which help us escape the daily grind of life and work and give us pleasure and peace of mind. Because we are not being ordered to perform certain jobs which we may not be fond of, hobbies help to inculcate an appreciation for work rather than driving us away from it. The interesting thing about hobbies is that they dramatically improve our own personalities and character traits, therefore improving our performances better on the whole. They help us discover talents and abilities which we may never have known ourselves to possess also giving us an insight of all the elements around us, making us learn new things each day. For instance, hobbies like stamp collecting, bird watching, photography, sports and music make our time worthwhile and give us information about different things. My hobby is gardening. The joy of witnessing blooming flowers and leaves fills my heart with a sense of achievement and realizing the fact that the work of my own hands is bearing fruit definitely gives me pleasure. Gardening also helps to keep me fit, strong and healthy for working away in my garden results in the beneficial kind of exercise that is good for both mind and body. I inherited the love for gardening from my mother and now with her help and interest; I have prepared a small garden in front of our porch. It is a thing of beauty with a grassy carpet and trimmed hedges. I grow several varieties of plants including the China rose, jasmines, ferns and gladioli in my garden. The recently purchased Christmas tree is a welcome addition too. Every day after school it is my habit to check on my garden and look after the plants. The garden has to be kept under a strict check, mowed punctually as the grass grows at a speedy rate during the rainy season, and cleaned at least twice a week. However, during autumn due to the shedding of the leaves, I have to clean it daily while always adding manure and plant medicine for the protection of these wonderful creations of God. A little bouquet of pretty flowers also makes a wonderful gift for birthdays and anniversaries. I am also thinking of including vegetables in my garden for it will save us the purchase of vegetables from the market and we may also sell them to other people at respectable sums of money. It is possible to grow the vegetables that are consumed daily and do not take up much space. It is always a great feeling to have my garden admired and appreciated by other people and it helps me feel like I have accomplished a great goal. Related articles: Short Essay on Winter Season (587 Words) Short Essay on the Hindu Doctrine of Karma (396 words) Short Essay on Summer Season (557 Words) Short Essay on Tourism (538 Words) Short Essay on Great Cities (412 Words) Essay on the Role of Students in Society (750 Words) Short Essay on ‘Mad Cow Disease’ (294 Words) Essay on the Condition of People Living in Slums (355 Words) Short Essay on Bacterial Viruses (333 Words) Short Essay on Indian Social Stratification System (376 Words) Hobbies Before publishing your articles on this site, please read the following pages: 1. Content Guidelines 2. Prohibited Content 3. Plagiarism Preve

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All seeds kannada&english name list

kyameyannu keluvudu age englishinally

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