My friend I started high school at the same time, while he decided to talk to people with his little English even though they made fun of him on the first day of high school, and the result was a success.My family and I stayed with my uncle where they spoke Gujarati, so I felt comfortable staying with them.I was born and raised in a small village in India, where people communicated in the native language Gujarati therefore many people including myself didn’t know any word in English.This lesson apply to the rest my life because now I am never afraid of learning or trying new things because this lesson has taught me that if we want to be better at something we have to attempt to learn it.I could have learned English during the first two y...
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The poet sees water as a ‘blessing’ and uses this as a central metaphor.Both silver and liquid sun reflects valuable items and thereby stipulating the importance of water to life.The poem also stresses the different way the adults and the children behave at the sight of water.The poet is trying to emphasise the importance of water to life.This emphasises the importance of water to the villages.
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The book contains a collection of essays about the diverse, multicultural South Asian communities in Britain, including Gujarati immigrants.Many writers have written about different Gujarati communities abroad, for example about the success of East African Gujaratis in terms of education achievement and business (Ballard 1994; Bughart 1987; Bhachu 1985).The research question is important because I want to challenge both the idea that all Gujarati immigrants are rich and successful and simplistic understandings of segmented assimilation theory (Kivisto, 2001; Portes, 1995; Yu & Greenman, 2005).This theory makes an effort to understand the individual and contextual factors that determine into which parts of the host society second gene...
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elders in our family who showered them with money.Gujarati and then in English.aunty and uncle.A Gujarati wedding is the daddy of all weddings.hugged all her family before she set off on her new journey of life .
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I struggled with reading when I started to learn Gujarati after learning first language, it became easier for me to learn how to read other languages.One of the first language I learned was Gujarati then, Hindi, English, and last one is Spanish.It is always really cool to be able to write and read in different languages.First, I started to write and read Gujarati since I was about four years old because it was my native language.I know few languages such as: Gujarati, Hindi, English, and Spanish.
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He is especially revered in Gujarati literature, where he is acclaimed as its Adi Kavi (Sanskrit for “first among poets”).He belongs to middle age or ” Madhya-kal ” in Gujarati literature.On the other hand, the traditions that make her a disciple of Guru Ravidas in Chittor, her association with Tulsidas and later interactions with Rupa Goswami in Vrindavan are consonant with the usual account of her life.Details of her life, which has been the subject of several films, are pieced together from her poetry and stories recounted by her community and are of debatable historical authenticity, particularly those that connect her with the later Tansen.She has tried to give the message that Krishna bhakti is the best way to live life as it helps...
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Overall my favourite poem is Presents from My Aunts in Pakistan .Gujarati and only speak the language of the country that she is living .These are: Gujarati, English and German.to end her poem at a point where she is still at the beginning of her .when she really wants to speak Gujarati.
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This exploratory survey of the state of the Gujarati language was conducted in preparation to a more in-depth and longitudinal study on the presence and maintenance of the Gujarati language in Fiji.The researchers concluded that the Gujarati language was alive and healthy in Fiji even if there was no policy on maintaining the language.The surveyed sample of participants was traced as members of the Gujarati ancestry through social networks.Ramanathan, Vaidehi “Written textual production and consumption (WTPC) in vernacular and English-medium settings in Gujarat, India”, .The results indicate that majority of the respondents know and use Gujarati in a regular basis, most learned two or more languages but speak Gujarati, most also said t...
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This symbolizes respect for the family and the tea is the symbol of purity and stability.In a Gujarati wedding, Jessa explains that a wedding can last about more than a couple of days.However, what is very interesting is that even though they are giving Sarah freedom to find her true love, they would prefer her to find a soul mate who is Gujarati as well.In her culture, it is a very huge aspect in life, having a daughter married of to means that she is ready to take care of her own family.From interviewing a friend who is Gujarati and comparing it from my culture, there are some differences and similarities when it comes to wedding cultures.
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 Gujarati cuisine can vary widely in flavour and heat based on personal and regional tastes.Main article: Gujarati cuisine .The typical Gujarati thali consists of roti (rotli in Gujarati), daal or kadhi, rice, sabzi/shaak and papad.Khaman is a popular Gujarati snack.Tamil food is characterised by its use of rice, legumes, and lentils, along with distinct aromas and flavours achieved by the blending of spices such as curry leaves, tamarind, coriander, ginger, garlic, chili pepper, cinnamon, clove, cardamom, cumin, nutmeg, coconut and rose water.
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(Bowerman and O’Connell 2003, Garson 2008, Gujarati, 2006, Field, 2009, Sim 2009, Thorne and Giesen 2000) .In multiple regressions, we include the error term u in the regression model (Gujarati 2006).However, the null hypothesis will not be rejected if the computed p value is more than critical p value (Gujarati 2006).It is suggested that goodness of fit be examined by first fitting the design-based model then estimating the corresponding probabilities and subsequently using independently and identically distributed- based test and applying any findings to design- based model (Bowerman and O’Connell 2003, Garson 2008, Gujarati, 2006, Field, 2009, Hosmer and Lemeshow 2000, Sim 2009, Thorne and Giesen 2000).These predictors’ variables shou...
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Sujata Bhatt wrote half in English and half in Gujarati, but under each line there was a translation in English of how to read it for people who cannot read Gujarati.Sujata Bhatt explains, in Gujarati, how your language is like a flower, which just blooms in your mouth, naturally.Where as, Sujata Bhatt, in, ‘Search for my tongue’, uses her mother tongue, Gujarati, of how much she misses her homeland.Below are a few examples of, Moniza Alvi describing her clothes, which she received.In, the poem written by Moniza Alvi, she has used many words, which are said, exactly the same in Gujarati, and sometimes English.
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The Gujarati wedding ceremony has ... .If given the requisite funds, my goal would be to fly to the country of Gujarat, and attend a wedding there, to get the full experience.I enjoyed learning about the henna used during the Mehndi night, the ceremonies done during the Poojah ceremony for good blessings and fortune, and Aziz’ insight on arranged marriages in an Indian culture....ture is so different than the American culture I am used and that’s what makes this more extraordinary.Learning about marriages in the Gujarati culture gave me valuable insight on the important role traditions play in certain cultures, and ultimately, the world.
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Sujata Bhatt’s tone changes just like John Agard’s tone.They both start off in a sad way but as the poem progresses the tone changes to a more happier tone.However after the Gujarati Sujata Bhatt’s tone changes.She wrote this poem “search for my tongue” because she was afraid of loosing her mother tongue Gujarati.As he thinks her mother tongue has gone.
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The first part, a presentation of numbers gathered from the database, is conceived to sketch out general trends which Gujarati newspapers followed over the last thirty years.The slanting of roman type has – though it also is not recommendable – a reasonable and authentic background: the angle of cursive writing.5 Comparison and Evaluation of Gujarati newspapers .Both scenarios amount to superfluous and unreasonable practice.The phenomenon of slanting Arabic type is a typical example of an in appropriate use of technical options with unfavourable consequences for readability and in turn the carriage of news.
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This loss of connections to one’s place and their cultural heritage can have devastating impacts on the individual’s psyche if it inhibits their sense of belonging, even if they form new connections with new people and foreign places in order to assimilate and be accepted in society.This can be seen in “It seemed terrible to me that the story of her unhappy and tormented life should include the fact that she lay in an unmarked grave.” It is the description of these terrible consequences that make us question whether the individual must conform to society’s expectations and values and lose their self-identity in order to forge connections with people and place.It is the need for the development of connections to people and place that may ...
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This is because it has been a part of her culture and identity for so long, she cannot part from it, no matter what she is faced with or what ever happens to her.The fact that she also includes both English and Gujarati in her poem shows that even though she does use the English language, Gujarati is still an important part of her life, as it makes up part of who she is as a person.“Everytime I think I’ve forgotten…it blossoms out of my mouth.” This shows that even if she forgets, or is so used to using the foreign language, she cannot forget her native language even if she tried.She feels that the new language is pushing the other one away, and dominating her life so much that she forgets how her life used to be before it was controlled...
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My personal view of these poems is that they are both very fascinating .people deal with everyday over changing cultures.English to Gujarati half way through.It made me think closer about the struggle .starts off more positively but as it goes on it gets quite glum and .
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This expresses sadness, and then the Gujarati text helps the reader to understand what she has lost and what her ‘mother tongue’ is like.Extended metaphors are used and negative with a few positive images are told.Firstly, the Gujarati is trapped in her heart and so it’s not easily released.I think that the poets used their language, form and images carefully, as all three poems are memorised in my mind.It also seems like the Gujarati text is trapped in the middle like where the heart is in the body.
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(Gujarati and Porter, 2009).The order condition is a necessary but not sufficient condition for identification (Gujarati and Porter, 2009).According to Gujarati and Porter (2009), if there is not simultaneity problem, then OLS is BLUE (best linear unbiased estimator).According to Gujarati and Porter, K-k must be greater than or equal to m-1, for the order condition to be satisfied.(Gujarati and Porter, 2009) .
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cooking gas switch to be turned off etc and if the customer is going for foreign tour then a list of basic words like hello, water etc in the foreign country’s language which will make it easy for the customer, this establishes value for money, product image and status, which must be matched when the product is delivered.This has led to growing interest in the rural areas... SOTC Gurjar Vishwadarshan was launched especially for Gujarati community residing in India, to cater to their needs of having a Pure Indian Vegetarian Meal with a Gujarati flavor, Gujarati speaking tour manager at your service right from India to India and traveling with the finest Gujarati families makes your holiday the most memorable and comfortable one.Since the...
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Although he had a few hypotheses to explain its dismal performance, he decided to seek expert assistance to ascertain the reasons for low sales of Tea Quik and to make appropriate changes in the marketing mix based on the suggestions thereof.According to GTPPL, Tea Quik had a few plus points.Assignment Questions: .Product superiority (the “Gujarati” blend) and consumer loyalty seemed to be the corner stone of the business for GTPPL.With the entry of brands like Taaza, Brahmaputra, Assam-Gold, etc; the Marketing Manager at GTPPL was concerned about the sales revenues of GTPPL and especially that of Tea Quik.
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There’s Pramoedya Ananta Toer of course, saluted by Dr Sebastian Groes as the Conrad of the East, even though “such a claim would misrepresent the extraordinary powers – and life – of this wonderful writer, and selfless human being”, but there’s also Ahmad Tohari, hailed by sastraalibi as a “True voice from [the] Indonesian countryside”, Dewi Lestari, cited by Zaa_rathustra as “my favorite author in Indonesia”, and many, many more.Gandhi extensively wrote in Gujarati Gujarati literature’s history may be traced to the 1000 AD.6 Gujarati literature * 2.Festivals| Religion| Art[show]| Literature[show]| Music and performing arts[show]| Media[show]| Sport| Monuments[show]| Symbols[show]| * Culture portal * India portal| * v * t * e| Indian li...
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They include Mulk Raj Anand, among whose many works the early affectionate Untouchable (1935) and Coolie (1936) are novels of social protest; and R. K. Narayan, writer of novels and tales of village life in southern India.In her colourful novels and short stories portraying life in India, author Anita Desai describes the aspirations and struggles of ordinary people in her homeland.In Kannada (Kanarese) from the 10th century, and later in Gujarati from the 13th century, the first truly indigenous works are Jain romances; ostensibly the lives of Jain saints, these are actually popular tales based on Sanskrit and Pali themes.Although earlier traces of this attitude are found in the work of the Tamil Alvars (mystics who wrote ecstatic hymns ...
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The thirteenth day of the Krishna Paksha is celebrated as “neeru tumbo habba” when the house is cleaned, painted afresh and the vessels are washed, bedecked and filled with fresh water for the festival.The festival is full of messages depicting one or more aspects of human life, relationships, and ancient traditions.Gujarati community all over the world celebrates the New Year after Diwali to mark the beginning of a new fiscal year.The utensils are made to shine, filled with water, and decorated for the holy bath the following morning.first day of Shukla paksha of the Kartik month -, which is taken as the first day of the first month of Gujarati lunar calendar.
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I think Sujata Bhatt is the most effective at expressing her viewpoint, because of her phonetic translation device.At the end of ‘Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan’ the poet is still trying to find her cultural identity, I know this as Moniza has not written anything that shows that her life is any different.However, the writers of ‘Hurricane hits England’ and ‘Search for my Tongue’ regain their culture.The poet was born in 1956 in the Indian state of Gujarat, where her mother tongue was Gujarati.This device enables her to say to the reader ‘How would you feel if you were in an unfamiliar country, having to speak an unfamiliar language?
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Wankhede Stadium is one of the main cricket stadiums in India, and generally hosts national team matches.The water supply is provided by six lakes: Vihar, Vaitarna, Upper Vaitarna, Tulsi, Tansa and Powai, to which is added the Bhatsa dam.The city is also the seat of many television channels.The very large population of the city presents certain problems, so there is a lack of water and electricity and their access is sometimes cut in the commercial districts.Bombay Samachar is the oldest newspaper in Asia: it has been published in Gujarati since 1922. .
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The Time magazine, while chronicling the sweeping forces and great events of the 20th century, catalogued Gandhi as one of the greatest activists, who fought for change from outside the traditional halls of power, who was bound to an abstract vision for which he would pay any price was life.Simultaneously, he started to edit and write in Navjivan, then a Gujarati monthly.In 1933 Gandhi started Harijan, Harijanbandhu, Harijansevak in English, Gujarati and Hindi, respectively.www.mkgandhi-sarvodaya.org/ .We can, in a way, say that Gandhi laid down the ground rules for interaction with the masses or Mass Communication, in India.
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As of 2015, the city's road network spans 166 km (103 miles), most of which is maintained by the municipality.The Jersey-Atlantique wind farm consists of five 1.5 MW turbine propellers; the wind turbines are close to 120 meters high.The city has one airport, the Atlantic City International Airport.Atlantic City is a city renowned for its twelve casinos, most of which are high rise.The city is part of the 22nd Legislative Zone of New Jersey and belongs to Atlantic County.
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To understand cultural orientation of the increasing Chinese and Gujarati speaking minority, most high schools in the United Kingdom have developed formal requirements for all student to grasp at least a secondary language offered in courses running for almost two years taught in flex.Besides, while it is a reality that operating bilingual classrooms are very expensive, it is the best alternative for effective methodology to relate curriculum to students with limited English proficiency.Minority language speaking groups are also put in a fair position to access education curriculum made available to English speaking peers, through affirmative action steps consisting of a complete bilingual instructional manual and English teaching method...
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