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    Languages of Punjabi

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    Languages of Punjabi Punjabi is not just only their race but it is also their spoken language and it is originated around the 11th century and it is the heir of sauraseni prakrit. This language also can be called as Indo-Aryan and this one main language is mostly spoken from about 100 million people that are primarily from the East Punjab which is in India and also in West Punjab which is in Pakistan. Although both of these two nations speak in the same language but they have different ways and form

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    Amrita Pritam

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    August 1919) is a household name in the Punjab, being the first most prominent woman Punjabi poet and fiction writer. After partition she made Delhi her second home. She was the first woman recipient of th Sahitya Akademi Award, the first Punjabi woman to receive the Padma Shree from the President of India in 1969. Though critical of the socialist camp, her works were translated in all the east European languages including French, Japanese and Danish. Mehfil, a quarterly from Michigan State University

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    different language, I was more interested in learning about this new country rather than my own culture. Slowly, this new country had erased most of my knowledge about the Sikh culture, which was my parents’ biggest fear. After visiting India after 12 years I realized how much history I did not know about my own culture. I wanted to learn as much as I could but the time I had in India was very limited. I spent my early childhood in Punjab, attending Punjabi school, and learning about the Punjabi culture

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    The Predatory Mite Fauna of Punjab

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    Mites belonging to the family stigmaeidae are known predators against the phytophagous mites and small soft bodied insects. A survey was conducted to explore the predatory mite fauna of Punjab (Pakistan), a new predatory mite species of genus Eustigmaeus (Eustigmaeus hooriaae) was collected from Ameen Pur Bangla, 20 miles away north from district Faisalabad (Punjab) from Triticum aestivum (straw husk) by Bilal Saeed Khan and described here in this manuscript. Specimens were mounted on the glass slides

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    magnificent range of adventure, excitement, spirituality and much more with Cheapest Flights to Amritsar. Check out the most amazing range to be witnessed in this region with Flights to Amritsar and enjoy each and every beat of this astonishing Punjabi town with plethora of sightseeing, food tasting and much more that can only be enjoyed physically rather than reading on some website or blog. Best Places One Must Visit on Holidays in Amritsar Golden Temple Golden Temple or locally known by the

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    INTRODUCTION Compare and contrast the distribution decisions of multinational corporations PepsiCo and Nestlé in India. In particular conduct research and identify significant cultural issues that would be relevant to the development of those strategies. PepsiCo and Nestle are two similar types of organizations in that they both produce consumables that are not deemed a basic commodity. Although PepsiCo makes primarily a soft drink beverage, Nestle produces thousands of types of snack foods, candy

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    There are many different types of society all around the world. India and Canada for example, are two very different societies with many things that are complete opposites. Things like culture, the food, and people are just a few of the things that are very what make up a society and what the society is known for. Every society has different rules that they must follow. India and Canada both have some differences and similarities that are a part of their society. Indian culture is not too diverse

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    RR was interviewed at Doctor’s Medical Center in Modesto, California (R.R, personal communication, April 3, 2014). During the interview, RR provided information regarding his ethnic background, the Punjabi culture. He was more than willing to answer any questions asked and provided a vast amount of insight regarding his cultural heritage. This paper will discuss the domains of his culture and provide information regarding the overall communication experience during the interview. This will allow

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    Tearing Down the New Berlin Wall Throughout modern times, Islam has received the blame for other Sects practices and ideas. In the article “When Rapists Walk Free,” Mukhtaran Bibi received a raping because of a village dispute. Because Bibi lives in Pakistan, Nicholas Kristoff, the article’s author, was led to believe that Hatun’s village was Muslim although in the second sentence of the article, He clearly writes that she lives in the Punjab area of Pakistan. The Punjab region hosts a number

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    From beginning to end, the novel, “The God of Small Things”, authored by Arundhati Roy, makes you very aware of a class system (caste) that separates people of India in many ways. This separation among each other is surprisingly so indoctrinated in everyone that many who are even disadvantaged by this way of thinking uphold its traditions, perhaps for fear of losing even more than they already have, or simply because they do not know any other way. What’s worse, people seen as the lowest of the low

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