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sweet corn

Kannada

ಸಿಹಿ ಮೆಕ್ಕೆಜೋಳ

Last Update: 2018-02-23
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Sweet lime

Kannada

ಮೂಸಂಬಿ

Last Update: 2013-08-07
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sweet dreams

Kannada

ಸಿಹಿ ಕನಸುಗಳು

Last Update: 2019-01-06
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sweet memories

Kannada

ಪರಸ್ಪರ ಒಬ್ಬರಿಗೊಬ್ಬರು

Last Update: 2017-05-05
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Bitter gourd

Kannada

ಹಾಗಲಕಾಯಿ

Last Update: 2012-12-23
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Sweet basil

Kannada

ತುಳಸಿ

Last Update: 2012-12-11
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Sweet Potato

Kannada

ಸಿಹಿ ಗೆಣಸು

Last Update: 2012-12-07
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Sweet potatoes

Kannada

ಸಿಹಿ ಗೆಣಸು

Last Update: 2012-09-15
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so sweet of you

Kannada

ನಿಮ್ಮಿಂದ ತುಂಬಾ ಸಿಹಿ

Last Update: 2018-06-29
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you are so sweet

Kannada

ನೀವು ಬಹಳ ಒಳ್ಳೆಯವರು

Last Update: 2018-05-28
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good night and sweet dreams

Kannada

Good night sweet dreams

Last Update: 2019-01-02
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good night and sweet dreams

Kannada

ಶುಭ ರಾತ್ರಿ ಹಾಗು ವೊಳ್ಳೆ ಕನಸುಗಳು ನಿಮಗೆ

Last Update: 2017-06-09
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Momordica charantia often called bitter melon

Kannada

hagalakayi

Last Update: 2017-12-29
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National Festivals of India The national festivals in any country are cherished as auspicious days. Republic Day, Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti are celebrated as National festivals of India. All the three National holidays are “independence” centric as they are connected to India’s freedom from British rule. Every year, the Indian government celebrates the national holidays with complete preparations. If you visit India Gate or Red Fort on Independence Day, you will find parades, bike stunts and other interesting and engrossing activities by Indian Army. Also, you will be able to listen to the Prime Minister’s speech. This simple information might already be known to you and therefore, we will discuss even more relevant facts about our National Festivals in the following lines. Republic Day Republic Day is celebrated every year on 26th January. And we all know that the Indian constitution, which was drafted by Dr. B.R Ambedkar, came into effect on this day. A few interesting facts related to 26th January (Republic Day) are mentioned below. 1.Republic day marks the day on which our constitution came into effect, replacing the Government of India Act (1935). 2.Every year head of state of a country is invited to celebrate Republic day. 3.President Sukarno of Indonesia was the first chief guest who attended the republic day celebration. Barack Obama was the first American president to become chief guest at the Independence Day. 4.Indian constitution which was enforced on 26th January is the longest constitution in the world with 448 articles, 12 schedules and 98 amendments. Independence Day The British House of Commons passed the Indian Independence Act on 15th June 1947. India gained its independence on this day. A few facts related to 15th of August are given below. 1.Jawaharlal Nehru became the first Prime Minister of India on August 15, 1947 and the national flag was raised above Lahori gate in Red Fort. 2.Each year on this day Indian Prime Minister delivers a speech and raises the national flag. 3.August 15 is also the Independence Day for South Korea. Gandhi Jayanti Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated every year on 2nd October to mark the birthday of our Father of the Nation (Mahatma Gandhi). Everybody knows that Mahatma Gandhi played an important role in India’s Independence. We have mentioned 3 simple facts related to Gandhiji and Gandhi Jayanti below. 1.Raghunath Raghav Rajaram is usually sung on Gandhiji’s birthday. 2.2nd October is celebrated as the International day of Non-Violence in honor of Mahatma Gandhi. 3.Gandhiji was given the Person of the year award in 1930 by US’s TIME magazine. In this article, we have mentioned simple and few facts related to Indian national festivals. Short and sweet information is always easy to grasp and remember!

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Last Update: 2018-06-18
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National festivals India is a land of fairs and festivals. As different communities belonging to different religions live here, therefore many festivals are celebrated regularly every year. Among these festivals, some are religious; some are based on seasons while some are of national importance. All the festivals are celebrated with great enthusiasm in a colourful atmosphere. Diwali, Dussehra, Raksha Bandhan, Id-ul-Fitr, Id-ul-Zuha, Christmas, Mahavir Jayanti, Gurunanak Jayanti, Ganesh Chaturhi etc. are the religious festivals of India. These festivals are celebrated by different communities but they are celebrated as a whole. We can see festive atmosphere everywhere in India. Holi, Baisakhi, Basant Panchami, Bihu, Pongal, Onam etc. are seasonal or harvest festivals. The spirit of Holi is colour-rich and vibrant, flung into the air and smeared with immense joy on friends and dear onces. This festival marks the end of winter season and advent of bright days of summer. Baisakhi, a harvest festival, is celebrated in North India, particularly in Punjab and Haiyana, when the Rabi crop is ready for harvesting. In South India, during the same period, 'Pongal' is celebrated. The farmers worship the sun, the earth and the cattle as thanks giving for a bounteous harvest. And then there is Basant Panchami. It marks the arrival of sweet spring the season of pleasant breeze, flowers and fragrance. All fill life with vigour and vitality. Hence people celebrate this festival with great zeal and excitement. Then comes our national festivals- the Independence Day, The Republic day and the Gandhi Jayanti these festivals are celebrated by all communities through out the country. The Independence Day celebrated on 15th August every year reminds us those numerous freedom fighters that made the Britishers leave the country. They gave us our long-cherished freedom. The Republic day, which falls on 26th January, is observed with national feeling. This festival fills us with pride that now we live in a sovereign democratic republic country with a constitution of our own. On this day colourful parade starts from Vijay Chowk which ends at the Red Fort. Similarly Gandhi Jayanti is also celebrated nation wide. It falls on 2nd October, the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of Nation. Whole nation pays heartiest tribute to our revered soul, who lived and died for the country. The festivals make our life colourful and enthusiastic. They bring people together. They come every year to make us forget all ill-will and communal hatred the festivals strengthen the feeling of oneness too people, without any malice, meet with one another and wish for bright future. Thus, festivals are very important and they must be celebrated with pomp and show by all.

Kannada

ನಮ್ಮ ರಾಷ್ಟ್ರೀಯ ಹಬ್ಬಗಳ ಮೇಲೆ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ

Last Update: 2017-07-01
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Nature is the most precious and valuable gift to us from the God to live our life here on the earth. Nature makes our life easy by providing all the required resources for daily living. We should thankful to our nature for helping, caring and nurturing us like a mother. We can enjoy the sweet sound and scenery of the nature if we peacefully sit in the early morning in the garden. Our nature is adorned with lots of scenic beauty which we can enjoy anytime. Earth has geographical beauty and known as the city of garden or heaven. But it is sad to say that such beautiful gifts of God are declining day by day due to the technological advancement and high level of ignorance of the human beings. Nature is like our real mother which never harms us but always nourishes us. Walking in the lap of nature in the early morning makes us healthy and strong as well as keeps us away from many lethal diseases like diabetes, chronic heart diseases, high blood pressure, liver problem, digestive system ailments, infections, brain disease, etc. It is good for our health to hear the soft sound of the birds, rattle of the breeze, sound of running fresh air, sound of running water in the river, etc in the early morning. Most of the poets, writers and people used to of yoga and meditation are seen in the early morning in the garden to re-energize their body, mind and soul.

Kannada

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Last Update: 2017-01-10
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uses of coconut tree Uses of Coconut Tree and Benefits from Its Various Parts Uses of Coconut Tree and Benefits from Its Various Parts Notable Parts of Coconut Tree and Its uses The Uses of Coconut Tree from the leaves down to roots are its main benefits for many ages on tropical countries and slowly got introduce to other civilization. As time goes by, people really can’t deny the uses of Coconut Tree and was finally know as the “Tree of Life” due to the wide variety of products which can be derived from its various parts such as the use of Coconut Tree products for building houses, decors, and even medicine that can be produce from its roots or Coconut Water. Uses of Coconut Tree from its parts Coconut Roots can be use for beverage, dye stuff, and medicine purposes. Coconut Trunk uses for buildings parts. Out of the Coconut Trunk, handy and durable wood is obtained to make various pieces of furniture and novelty items. Paper pulp can also be extracted from the trunk. Coconut Shell, a part of Coconut Fruit produce items such as handicrafts items, charcoal for cooking, and many more. Coconut Husk also a part of Coconut Fruit is also used to obtain Coir. An elastic fiber used for rope, matting, and coarse cloth. Coconut Leaves for thatch and Puso. coconut-leaf-puso-img Coconut Leaves produce good quality of paper pulp, midrib brooms, hats and mats, fruit trays, fans, midrib decors, lamp shades, bag, and utility roof materials. In a provincial City of Cebu, Coconut Leaves are used to wrap white rice called Puso. Coconut Spathe and Guinit can produce helmets, caps, "bakya" straps, and handbags. Coconut Inflorescence is also used to produce Coconut Juice, Coconut Toddy or Tuba. The fermented juice is the common alcoholic drink in the coconut region. Other products out of the Coconut Tree's inflorescence are gin and vinegar. Summary Uses of Coconut Fruit An important part of the Coconut Tree is the Coconut Fruit which is considered as a functional food. Coconut Fruit deserves its own page due to the broad uses it serves us but below are a summary of its benefits. Coconut Meat is a good source of protein and an effective natural laxative. It is also a source of other products such as coco flour, desiccated coconut, coco milk, coco chips, candies, latik, copra, and animal feeds. Also used as a main ingredient for salad and other sweet delicacies. Coconut Water - are used mostly for re-hydration and kidney cleansing. Read more about Coconut Water Benefits. Researchers are even still doing on going study on different products that can be produce on Coconut Water to aid us. Nowadays, Coconut Oil is more popularly used for its benefits for the skin, hair, and face. It’s extracted from copra and notable for its anti microbial properties. More Coconut Tree Products Coconut Tree Products - Slipper, Ubod brine, Post, Fruit tray, Parquet flooring, Yeast, Dye stuff, Insulator, Rope, Floor husk, Doormats, Latik, and Charcoal. nata-de-coco-img Related Posts - Coconut Fruit Benefits Search www.healthydp.com

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Uses of Coconut Tree and Benefits from Its Various Parts Uses of Coconut Tree and Benefits from Its Various Parts Notable Parts of Coconut Tree and Its uses The Uses of Coconut Tree from the leaves down to roots are its main benefits for many ages on tropical countries and slowly got introduce to other civilization. As time goes by, people really can’t deny the uses of Coconut Tree and was finally know as the “Tree of Life” due to the wide variety of products which can be derived from its various parts such as the use of Coconut Tree products for building houses, decors, and even medicine that can be produce from its roots or Coconut Water. Uses of Coconut Tree from its parts Coconut Roots can be use for beverage, dye stuff, and medicine purposes. Coconut Trunk uses for buildings parts. Out of the Coconut Trunk, handy and durable wood is obtained to make various pieces of furniture and novelty items. Paper pulp can also be extracted from the trunk. Coconut Shell, a part of Coconut Fruit produce items such as handicrafts items, charcoal for cooking, and many more. Coconut Husk also a part of Coconut Fruit is also used to obtain Coir. An elastic fiber used for rope, matting, and coarse cloth. Coconut Leaves for thatch and Puso. coconut-leaf-puso-img Coconut Leaves produce good quality of paper pulp, midrib brooms, hats and mats, fruit trays, fans, midrib decors, lamp shades, bag, and utility roof materials. In a provincial City of Cebu, Coconut Leaves are used to wrap white rice called Puso. Coconut Spathe and Guinit can produce helmets, caps, "bakya" straps, and handbags. Coconut Inflorescence is also used to produce Coconut Juice, Coconut Toddy or Tuba. The fermented juice is the common alcoholic drink in the coconut region. Other products out of the Coconut Tree's inflorescence are gin and vinegar. Summary Uses of Coconut Fruit An important part of the Coconut Tree is the Coconut Fruit which is considered as a functional food. Coconut Fruit deserves its own page due to the broad uses it serves us but below are a summary of its benefits. Coconut Meat is a good source of protein and an effective natural laxative. It is also a source of other products such as coco flour, desiccated coconut, coco milk, coco chips, candies, latik, copra, and animal feeds. Also used as a main ingredient for salad and other sweet delicacies. Coconut Water - are used mostly for re-hydration and kidney cleansing. Read more about Coconut Water Benefits. Researchers are even still doing on going study on different products that can be produce on Coconut Water to aid us. Nowadays, Coconut Oil is more popularly used for its benefits for the skin, hair, and face. It’s extracted from copra and notable for its anti microbial properties. More Coconut Tree Products Coconut Tree Products - Slipper, Ubod brine, Post, Fruit tray, Parquet flooring, Yeast, Dye stuff, Insulator, Rope, Floor husk, Doormats, Latik, and Charcoal. nata-de-coco-img Related Posts - Coconut Fruit Benefits

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This month's bird is the Koel. The koels are very active this time of the year as a lot of trees and shrubs will be in fruit. The crows are also building their nests and the koels are busy looking for one to lay their eggs. The name Koel is more familiar to Indians than the actual bird. It is always compared to sweet voiced singers. Koels find mention in a lot old Hindi poetry and Kannada poetry and songs. It is called Kogilay in Kannada language. A crow sized glistening black iridescent bird with a shrill KikoooooK....kikoooook ...kikook call repeated several times in trees betrays the presence the bird. They are found in rural as well as urban areas on tall treetops feeding on berries and fruits. In fact it is one of the major seed dispersal agent for a lot of species of trees and shrubs. The females are very different in coloration with brown body parts and heavily barred and spotted in white. Their red glistening eyes are unique. The beak is greenish yellow. They are found singly or in pairs during the mating season. The koel is distributed through the country. Their flight is straight and fast. When one male is calling other males join in from different trees until there is a full chorus of cuckoo calls. The earliest bird heard in the morning is the koel. Nesting season is similar to the house and jungle crows because the koel always lay their eggs in a crows nest for the stupid crow- with all its fame as being the most intelligent bird, plays foster parent to the young. The female koel is even observed to push out the host's eggs and lay her eggs. Eggs are similar to that of the crow, pale greyish green with speckles, but a little smaller. The female koel lays large number of eggs in different crows nests to make sure. Different females also lay eggs in the same crows nest and this may be the reason to believe that the koel herself lays a lot of eggs. This fact has to be scientifically either confirmed or disproved. Koel is a much mentioned bird in songs and considered the heralder of spring and plenty. Let us Admire and Protect this bird both for poetry's sake and more importantly for their role in seed distributing of various trees and shrubs.

Kannada

ಕೋಗಿಲೆ ಹಕ್ಕಿ

Last Update: 2015-09-20
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Holi is known as a festival of colours, fun and frolic. It is a festival of the Hindus. It usually comes in March. It is celebrated with gaiety in North India. Of late the South is also catching up with the North in celebrating this festival of colours. There are different stories about the importance of the festival. It is said that at one stage a demon by name Tarakasura conquered all 'Lokas or worlds' including heaven and was teasing the 'Devas'. It became necessary for the Devas to pray to Lord Siva to bring forth a person who could conquer Taraka. But Lord Siva was in deep 'Tapas'. He was not showing any interest towards Parvati, who was devotedly serving him with a desire to marry. Then the 'Devas' requested 'Manmadha, the God of Love' to help them and disturb the 'Tapas' of Lord Siva. He shot his flower arrows at Lord Siva which disturbed his meditation. Lord Siva got angry and burnt 'Manmada' to ashes by opening his third eye. But the arrow had its effect and Siva had to love Parvati and Kartikeya was born, who later killed Tarakasura. The bonfire raisd on the festive occasion is to represent the 'Kamadahana' by Lord Siva. Another story is about Prahlada who was a devotee of Lord Vishnu, a bitter enemy of Asuras. So Hiranya Kasipu, the father of Prahlada entrusts Prahlada to his sister Halika to burn the boy alive. But in that attempt Halika gets burnt and Prahlada is saved. The bonfire is said to be a symbol of Halika's death. Some others connect the colour festival to Rasalila of Lord Krishna with Gopikas. Whatever may be the story behind Holi, the bonfire symbolises burning of evil for the sake of good. The Holi day is full of fun and frolic. All men and women, boys and girls and children join in the sprinkling of colours. Differences are forgotten. Enmity does not find a place. All are friends. Even old people join the fun. They use Abir and Gulal. Till noon the singing and dancing go on with no restrictions whatsoever. Buckets of colour water are sprinkled. Youngsters play till they are completely drenched in colour. Even dignitaries like ministers including the Prime Minister and the President partake in the fun. Satire, irony and abuse are freely used with no offence. The mirth is over by noon. After a rich meal of special dishes people go to meet their friends and relations., The evening bonfires are lit in some places. During the previous night people dance around the fire and make merry. It is not a festival of colours but also a festival of unity and friendship. All barriers like caste, creed, position, and language are forgotten and men and women join the fun.

Kannada

ಹೋಳಿ ಮೇಲೆ ಸಂಸ್ಕೃತ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ

Last Update: 2015-01-30
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The cow is so useful that the Hindus in India call her cow, the mother. They worship her as a goddess. Her milk is very nutritious. It is a food for the children and diet for the sick. her milk is made into curd, cheese, butter and ghee. The cream of her milk is nice. Many kinds of sweets are made from her milk-products. her dung is a rich manure for the crops. Her urine is made into medicine. When a cow dies her horns are made into combs, holders and play-things. Her hoofs are made into glue. Her skin is tanned and made into shoes and many other things. Her bones made into manure which is called bone-meal.

Kannada

ಹಸುವಿನ ಮೇಲೆ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ

Last Update: 2014-11-12
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