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Importance of flowers and trees in Ramcharit Manas

Senu Singh, Uma Singh

The ancient Sanskrit epics, the Ramayana and Mahabharata, also termed Itihāsa (History) or Mahākāvya ("Great Compositions"), refer to forest and plant life at various places. The language of these texts is the "Epic Sanskrit". The importance of forests in Indian epics can be understood from the fact that each epic devotes one book to the forests.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 1(1), 1-2

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A Comparative Study of Job Satisfaction in Public and Private Sector

Shobhna Gupta J, Hartesh Pannu K

Job satisfaction is a set of favorable or unfavorable feelings with which employees view their work. It is a worker's sense of achievement and success and is generally perceived to be directly linked to productivity as well as to personal wellbeing.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 1(1), 3-6

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Ramayan as a complete life of real human

Senu Singh, Uma Singh

The Ramayana was an important influence on later Sanskrit poetry and Indian life and culture. Like the Mahābhārata, the Ramayana is not just a story: it presents the teachings of ancient Hindu sages (Vedas) in narrative allegory, interspersing philosophical and devotional elements.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 1(1), 7-9

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An Interrogative Analysis of the Imdadkhani Gharana of Hindustani Classical Music

Gagandeep Hothi

In this contribution, intricacies of the Imdadkhani Gharana of Sitar and Surbahar of Hindustani Classical Music are investigated. This endeavor provides a comprehensive study of the various distinct features of the Gharana, which makes it stand apart from the several other Gharanas.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 1(1), 10-12

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An in depth analysis of Raga Gaavti with new compositions

Gagandeep Hothi

This research analysis provides a detailed and thorough description and portrayal of Raga Gaavti with the help of two new and original compositions which assist and facilitate in exploring the new and pristine dimensions of the Raga.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 1(1), 13-16

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Indian education system and scholastic achievement

Malathi B, Subbiah M

Education is the most important thing for human life, without education nothing would happened in the contemporary world. Whatever we have in our hands, but without education nothing is impossible in the world.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 1(1), 17-21

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Masks: History, characteristics and functions – Global perspective

Subbiah M

This research paper is to expose and to preserve and to reveal the identity of the Folk Performing Tradition and to determine their Customs and Beliefs. And mainly it has been taken an effort to document our Rituals and Performances with Masks.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 1(2), 22-28

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An analytical discussion on the folk and tribal dance forms of Bengal in relation to their effect on health

Arpita Chatterjee

Dance increases total body movement, which helps to improve circulatory, respiratory, skeletal and muscular systems. It has a positive effect on physical health as well as mental and emotional wellbeing. In western world dance has been used as a form of therapy in many hospitals and medical settings, whether alternate or complementary.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 1(3), 29-32

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Factors Influencing on Trade Union Movement and Industrial Relations: a Study on Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation Limited

Tarakeswara Rao S

The paper improves a model of trade union movement and industrial relations in APSRTC, based on a questionnaire survey of members of the trade union. This article examines factors that influence the ability and willingness of trade union members to take on unpaid roles at the level of the branch and region.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 2(4), 1-6

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Triumph over nature: the Dayal Bagh temple at Agra

Rohita Sharma, Ila Gupta

India is most popular in the world for its architecture. This paper refers a building which excels in the art of carving and inlay. This is a green building and important thing is that there is no green colour. It is not a Temple, not Church and not a Gurudwara.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 2(5), 7-9

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Free online journals of performing arts: a special reference to Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

Amsaveni N, Kalisdha A, Subbiah M

The DOAJ provides open access sources to scientific and scholarly journals, that meet high quality standard by exercising peer review and is free to all from time of publication based on the open access initiative.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 2(6), 10-15

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Caste System and Caste related Violence in Indian Culture

Subbiah M, Malathi B

The Indian caste system to be an immensely complex subject. There are differences between the theoretical construct and the practical reality. Doctrinally, caste was defined as a system of segregation of people, each with a traditional occupation that was hereditary, closed and exclusionary

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 2(6), 16-20

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The Pain and the Power of the South Asian Culture

Subbiah M, Malathi B

In South Asia – that is, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka – Dalits have endured discrimination based on work and descent for centuries, and this discrimination continues today. The Dalits – known as ‘untouchables’ or ‘outcastes’ – number around two hundred and sixty million people in South Asia.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 2(6), 21-23

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Theatre to Women

Subbiah M

In India, even after 65 years of Independence, discrimination based on gender was still rampant, irrespective of the social, educational and religious background of women. Every one hour, one woman died because of dowry harassment and sexual Harassment also.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 2(6), 24-26

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Patterns and Signature of Gwalior Gharana in Indian Classical Music

Deepak Kumar Mittal, Santosh Purandare, Neera Sharma

In Medieval period of India, there was discipline of music called gharanas. The world gharana exactly means a family. So these families or guilds specialized in scrupulous styles or traditions of music. Gwalior gharana is regarded as the mother of all gharanas as it is the oldest, and one of the most enduring.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 3(7), 1-3

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The cultural effects on L2 learners (Iranian)

Mitra Farsi, Parisa Rad, Sima Tondar

The present research tries to express the effects of culture on the learners of English language and shows the differences between the learners who study special English books with cultural issues (Interchange) and those not yet treated the books.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 3(8), 4-6

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Tall, winding creeper? An anthropometric study of Ravi Varma’s Hamsa Damayanti

Subramoniam Rangaswami

Raja Ravi Varma is recognized as the most celebrated painter of nineteenth century India. Hamsa Damayanti, oil on canvas painted in 1899, is one of his most admired works; and copies of the picture adorn the living rooms of countless homes in the country.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 3(9), 10-16

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An analysis of the controversy between dialectical materialism and historical materialism as a methodology of science

Wogu, Ikedinachi Ayodele Power

Karl Marx proposed a dialectical methodology of science from simply observing the harmony which evolves from the processes of thesis, antithesis and the synthesis of operational processes in human nature.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 3(9), 17-23

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Masks and camouflaging

Subbiah M

Masks are universally used in the Folk, Ritual and Festival performances of the ancient society, but we got less evidences and documents about Masks. Moreover, those indigenous art forms are slowly faded away from our Society and the Modern forms are taken out the traditional spaces.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 3(9), 24-28

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Social Media Networks

Kalisdha A, Surulinathi M, Subbiah M

Social Media Websites are attracting the attention of academic and industry researchers intrigued by their affordances and reach. As librarian professionals, able to share information with patrons and user community in the easiest way possible and social networking offers a great way to do just that.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 3(9), 29-33

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Early ruler of Vengi-Salankayanas

Sudhakar P

The salankayanas ruled over a part of the east coast in Andhradesa with Vengi as their capital in the early centuries of the Christian era. Their origin and early history are not clear as inscriptions, literary works and archaeological excavations are not sufficient to give clear picture about their origin.

Indian journal of arts, 2013, 3(9), 34-38

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