Samples "Culture"

Culture

Aside from being the oldest and most elaborate religion throughout the progression of human civilization, Hinduism’s tenets ascribe a way of living with principles of righteousness and service. The religious term revolves around 4 core principles of dharma (duties), karma (desires), Moksha (freedom) & Artha (prosperity).  Dharma is considered to be...

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Our visit to the Hindu Temple gave me a whole new perspective on the practices of Hinduism and provided me the chance to see a visual representation of its many gods and learn and about their characteristics. Before starting the tour, our tour guide, Mohan, greeted us with a traditional...

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Looking at my grandfather’s generation, I perceive a group that is communal and determined having survived the Second World War and colonization but still made something of their lives. My grandfather believes that this generation is vastly different from his generation, and I can see why after our conversation. To...

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The story of Ram and Sita, which is narrated in the Hindu epic, is familiar to Hindus and the audience of the film, Slumdog Millionaire. On the basis of this story, Ernie Rea of BBC Radio 4 and guests discuss about the place of women in Hinduism (Women in Hinduism,...

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CBC’s Little Mosque on the Prairie is a humourous look at what can happen when two cultures collide. The show, which takes place on the Canadian prairies, centers around the Muslim community in a small Saskatchewan town. The interplay between the Muslim culture, both conservative and progressive and the Judeo-Christian...

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De Montfort is a romantic tragedy authored by playwright Joanna Bailie. On the surface, the narrative of Joanna Baillie’s De Montfort is carved out of what appears to be a deceptively simple plot. However, beneath the surface, it is evident that the plot is attached to various thematic elements. Baum...

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IntroductionIt is interesting that American folklore and myth, as with ancient mythologies, are based on realities. The characters, situations, and fantastic scenes in mythology seem to be unreal, but they depend upon needs to explain something natural or a part of the culture and era. This is very clearly seen...

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The dreams of the hard working American people are still alive, and are obtainable for those who want to have a better life through hard work. In Brandon King’s essay, “The American Dream: Dead, Alive, or on Hold,” he argues that the dream is still alive, despite the negative atmosphere...

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A chapter of US culture which was denominated as American modernism, arose from changes in the society as well as culture at the beginning of the 20th century, reaching its apex between World War I and World War II. The basis of the movement came up from the rejection of...

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