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one of the best ppt u will ever get...we received lots of appreciation now its your turn....RAKESH AMIN from BIRLA COLLEGE

one of the best ppt u will ever get...we received lots of appreciation now its your turn....RAKESH AMIN from BIRLA COLLEGE

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  • 1. 7ELEMENTS OF ART
  • 2. COLORImagine our world without Color?
  • 3. SHAPE Two Dimensional Enclosed area Examples
  • 4. SHAPE Circles Squares RectanglesCategories of Shape Geometric OrganicIn the art room it is often said, “if you can draw the shapes, you can draw anything”
  • 5. LINEThis is a mark that is made on a surface. Lines are the first element of art. Express various things or feelings.Three Types• Horizontal• Vertical• Diagonal
  • 6. TEXTUREDimensional SurfaceTypes Real Implied . Actual Simulated Invented
  • 7. FORM Three dimensional Form of two or shapes
  • 8. SPACE Area around or emptiness Positive Space Negative Space
  • 9. VALUE Changes in base color Degree of lightness or darkness Tint Shade
  • 10. 7 SEAS IN THE WORLD BLACK SEA CASPIAN SEA ARABIAN SEA PERSIAN GULF SEA DEAD SEA MEDITERRANEAN SEA ADRIATIC SEA
  • 11.  World’s Largest Basin. Strongly Stratified. Deep Waters Do Not Mix With The Surface. Fresh Water Caps The Surface. Density Stratification Maintained Mainly By Salinity.
  • 12. EARLIER………
  • 13. NOW FROZEN…….
  • 14. Caspian Sea Characteristics Coordinates: 40 0′N 51 0′E Lake type: Endorheic, Saline, Permanent, Natural Primary sources: Volga river Primary outflows: Evaporation Catchment area: 3,626,000 km² (1,400,000 sq mi) Surface area: 371,000 km² (143,200 sq mi) Average depth: 184 m (604 ft) Max depth: 1,025 m (3,363 ft) Water volume: 78,200 km³ (18,750 cu mi) Residence time(of lake water): 250 years Surface elevation: -28 m (-92 ft)
  • 15. Three Major Issues Regulated By The Caspian Sea Status Access to mineral resources (oil and natural gas) Access for fishing Access to international waters (through russias volga river and the canals connecting it to the Black Sea and Baltic Sea).
  • 16. Geographies – The Dead Sea!Land of Goshen Gulf of Aqaba
  • 17. DEAD SEA
  • 18. DEAD SEA GEOGRAPHICAL FACTS The lowest point on earth, 400 m below sea level. Formed 3 million years ago when a fracture occurred amidst the Jordan rift valley. No form of life has been able to exist in its salty waters. 32% salinity, the highest salt content of all seas waters. The Dead Sea contain 43 billion metric tons of salt. Humidity: 50%. Pressure: 795mm. Oxygen level: 10 times higher than that of any earth atmosphere. Atmosphere: very dense. UV rays: Filtered
  • 19.  Magnesium Known for its anti-allergic influence on the skin and promotes healing. Bromide Known for its soothing, relaxing and tranquilizing affect on the nervous system. Iodine Important for the correct functioning of the thyroid gland and an important factor in the bodys metabolic exchanges. Sulfur A natural disinfectant. Potassium A moisture regulator.
  • 20. Satellite picture of the DEAD SEA
  • 21. Black SeaCaspian SeaMediterranean SeaDead Sea
  • 22. Adriatic Sea Adriatic sea
  • 23. GULF WAR Reason: Iraqs occupation and annexation of Kuwait in August 1990. & the Iraqi refusal to withdraw from Kuwait before the time limit August 2Iraq invades Kuwait. January 17 Allied attack begins with Apache strike at 2:38 A.M. February 28 Cease-fire takes effect at 8 A.M. June 8 Victory parade in Washington. 2,300 civilians died during the air campaign.
  • 24. The colours of the Rainbow
  • 25. RED COLOUR Red Color Represents: Life & Courage Anger Energy Motivating Love
  • 26. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE TRAITS OF THE COLOR REDPositive keywords include: Action Attention-getting Confident Physically powerful
  • 27. Negative keywords include: Aggressive Angry Quick-Tempered Ruthless.
  • 28. ORANGE COLOR Orange Color Represents: Adventure & Risk taking Social Communication and Interaction Friendship
  • 29. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE TRAITS OF THE COLOR ORANGEPositive keywords include: Success Welcoming Self-Confident Independent
  • 30. Negative keywords include: Dependent Over-bearing Pessimistic Inexpensive Unsociable Overly proud
  • 31. YELLOW COLOR Yellow Color Represents: Communication of New Ideas Mind and intellect Happiness and Fun
  • 32. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE TRAITS OF THE COLOR YELLOWPositive keywords include: Confidence Innovation Happiness Creativity.
  • 33. Negative keywords include: Loyalty Ego Complex Non-Emotional
  • 34. GREEN COLOR Green Color Represents: Harmony and balance Growth Hope
  • 35. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE TRAITS OF THE COLOR GREENPositive keywords include: Growth Reliability Careful Emotionally balanced Nature lover and family oriented
  • 36. Negative keywords include: Indifferent and Over-Cautious Selfish Inconsiderate
  • 37. BLUE COLORBlue color Represents: Communication Peace and Calm Honesty Authority Religion
  • 38. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE TRAITS OF THE COLOR BLUEPositive keywords include: Loyalty Trust and honesty Responsibility Self-expression
  • 39. Negative keywords include: Emotionally Unstable Conservative Unfaithful
  • 40. INDIGO COLORIndigo Color represent: Sensitivity Honesty Structure and Order Understanding
  • 41. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE TRAITS OF THE COLOR INDIGO Positive keywords include: Structure Regulations Highly Responsible Accurate
  • 42. Negative keywords include: Critical Impractical Selfish Depressed
  • 43. VIOLET COLORViolet Color Represents: Inspiration Imagination Individuality Spirituality
  • 44. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE TRAITS OF THE COLOR VIOLETPositive keywords include: Unusual and Individual Creative and Inventive Selfless
  • 45. Negative keywords include: Immaturity Being Impractical Corrupt
  • 46. WHAT IS CONTINENT ?? WHAT IS CONTINENT INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION DEFINITION DEFINITION NUMBER OF CONTINENT NUMBER OF CONTINENT CONTINENT MODEL CONTINENT MODEL AREA AND POPULATION AREA AND POPULATION HIGHEST AND LOWEST POINT HIGHEST AND LOWEST POINT
  • 47. ASIAN CONTINENT
  • 48. ASIA MAP
  • 49. AFRICAN CONTINENT
  • 50. AFRICA MAP
  • 51. NORTH AMERICAN CONTINENT
  • 52. NORTH AMERICAN MAP
  • 53. SOUTH AMERICAN CONTINENT
  • 54. SOUTH AMERICA MAP
  • 55. ANTARCTICA CONTINENT
  • 56. EUROPEAN CONTINENT
  • 57. EUROPE MAP
  • 58. AUSTRALIAN CONTINENT
  • 59. INTRODUCTION The Romans named the seven days of the week after the Sun, Moon and five planets, which were then known. The days were known as Sun’s-day, Moons - day, Mars-day and so on. This System was in use at the beginning of the Christian Era.
  • 60. SUNDAY First Day of the Week The name Sunday comes from the Old English Sunnandaeg (pronounced [sun.nan.dæg] meaning "Day of the Sun” Sunday is the day of the week it has lots of fun. On this day almost all the families go together For some or the other enjoyment
  • 61. MONDAY Second Day of the Week The word Monday comes from the Anglo-Saxon monandae,which means the Moon’s day. The name Monday comes from the Old English Mōnandaeg (pronounced [mon.nan.daeg] or [mon.nan.dæj), meaning “Day of the Moon”.
  • 62. TUESDAY Third Day of the Week Old English Tīwesdæg (meaning "Tiws day“) was a god of combat and heroic glory in Norse mythology and Germanic paganism Tiu (Twia) is the English/Germanic god of war and the sky. Mars is the Roman god of war.
  • 63. WEDNESDAY Fourth Day of the Week This day Gets its name from Woden or Odin the Chief god in Teutonic mythology, to Whom it was sacred At the beginning Of the Christian Era, the Germans Called the day Woden’s-day. Its name Later changed to Wednesday
  • 64. THURSDAY Fifth Day of the Week The ancient Norseman Considered the day sacred to Thor, the Teutonic god of Thunder. The name means Thor’s day. He is represented as riding a chariot drawn by goats and wielding the hammer.He is the defender of the Aesir, destined to kill and be killed by the Midgard Serpent
  • 65. FRIDAY Sixth Day of the Week The name Friday comes from The Anglo-Saxon word Frigedaeg, which means Frigg’s Day. Frigg was a goddess of Love in Norse mythology It is based on the Latin Dies Venires , "Day of Venus"
  • 66. SATURDAY Seventh Day of the Week Saturday, called Saeter-doeg by the Anglo- Saxons, is the seventh day of the week. It is named after the Roman god Saturn and is the only Day named after a Roman god.
  • 67. 7 PHERE ORHINDU WEDDING SAPTAPADI
  • 68. INTRODUCTION Saptapadi or Saat Phere is the most important ceremony in a Hindu wedding. It is conducted after the “Mangal Sutra” ceremony. The bride and the groom take Seven Steps or Seven Phera around the Holy Fire i.e. “Yagna”. The Seven Pheras are also called “Mangal Pheras”. While taking those steps, both the Bride and the groom make Seven Vows to each other.
  • 69. SAPTAPADI PHERA 1: Blessing for nourishing food and noble and respectful life. Bridegroom’s vow/promise: MANTRA :- “Om esha ekapadi bhava iti prathaman” MEANING :- I will love, cherish and provide for you and our children. You will support me and offer me food.
  • 70.  Bride’s vow/promise: MANTRA:- “Dhanam dhanyam pade vadet” MEANING:- I will honor you. I take upon myself the responsibilities of the house and children.
  • 71. SAPTAPADI PHERA 2: Pray for strength (physical and mental). Also pray for a peaceful and healthy life. Bridegroom’s vow/promise: MANTRA: “Om oorje jara dastayaha” MEANING: The groom promises to support his wife forever. Together we will defend our family and home.
  • 72.  Bride’s vow/promise: MANTRA:- “Kutumburn rakshayishyammi sa aravindharam” MEANING:- Bride vows to stand side by side with her husband in protecting their family and home.
  • 73. SAPTAPADI PHERA 3: Pray for prosperity and wisdom. Also pray for religious and spiritual strength and reaffirm their commitment to each other. Bridegroom’s vow/promise: MANTRA: “Om rayas Santu joradastayaha” MEANING: The groom promises to work for the prosperity of his family. The groom also promises to be faithful to his wife and lead a spiritual life.
  • 74.  Bride’s vow/promise: MANTRA:- “Tava bhakti as vadedvachacha”. MEANING:- The bride promises to be faithful to her husband and to support him.
  • 75. SAPTAPADI PHERA 4: Pray for the happiness of the couple. Bridegroom’s vow/promise: MANTRA: “Om mayo bhavyas jaradastaya ha” MEANING: The groom declares his good fortune at marrying his wife. The groom prays for a happy life and good children.
  • 76.  Bride’s vow/promise: MANTRA:- “Lalayami cha pade vadet” MEANING:- The bride affirms that she will do her best to please her husband.
  • 77. SAPTAPADI PHERA 5: Pray for happy children and happiness for all beings Bridegroom’s vow/promise: MANTRA: “Om prajabhyaha Santu jaradastayaha” MEANING: Pray for the happiness and wellbeing of our family. May we have righteous and obedient children.
  • 78.  Bride’s vow/promise: MANTRA:- “Arte arba sapade vadet” MEANING:- I will trust and honor you. I will be with you always.
  • 79. SAPTAPADI PHERA 6: Pray that we live in perfect harmony. May we have a long and happy life. Bridegroom’s vow/promise: May we be happy together forever.
  • 80.  Bride’s vow/promise: MANTRA:- “Yajne home shashthe vacho vadet” MEANING:- I will always be by your side in your endeavors.
  • 81. SAPTAPADI PHERA 7: Pray that we live in perfect harmony. May we have a long and happy life. Bridegroom’s vow/promise: MANTRA: “Om sakhi jaradastayahga” MEANING: With this last Phera we forever belong to each other.
  • 82.  Bride’s vow/promise: MANTRA:- “Attramshe sakshino vadet pade” MEANING:- I am delighted to be your wife. May we be together forever.
  • 83. 7 WONDERS OF WORLD
  • 84. Why ? 7 Wonders were chosen because the original list ofAncient Wonders, drawn up more than 2,000 years ago. How ? After 7 years of campaigning and 100 million votesreceived, the results of the world’s first-ever global votewere announced in random order. They are all equal there is no rank among the list.
  • 85. Let the Tour Begin…
  • 86. CHICHEN ITZA
  • 87.  Maya temple-city. At the mouth of thewell of the Itza Built by MayaCivilization in the firstmillennium B.C. 365 steps in total, onefor every day of the year. Symbolizes Worship & Knowledge.
  • 88. COLOSSEUM
  • 89.  Built in Rome. Completed in 80 AD. Capable of seating 50,000 spectators. Remained in use for nearly 500 years. Largest amphitheatre ever built in the Roman Empire. Gladiators’ fights and public performances. Symbol of Joy & Suffering.
  • 90. CHRIST THEREDEEMER
  • 91.  In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A statue of Jesus Christ. Is 39.6 meters tall & weighs 635 tons. Is located 700 m. above sea level. Construction took nine years, from 1922 to 1931. Stands for Welcoming & Openness.
  • 92. MACHU PICCHU
  • 93.  In the south of Peru. “The Lost City of the Incas” Located at an altitude of 2,400 meters above Sea level. Built around 1460. It was used as a religious sanctuary and a palace. A symbol of Community & Dedication.
  • 94. GREAT WALL OF CHINA
  • 95.  Is an ancient Chinese fortification. World’s Longest made Human Structure. 7,300 km from East to West. Built in the 7th Century BC when China was stilldivided into many small states. It was built to protect the rule of China between the 5thcentury BC and the 16th century. Is incredible proof of Perseverance & Persistence.
  • 96. Can be seen fromspace with Naked Eyes
  • 97. PETRA
  • 98.  Situated in Jordan. Established sometime around the 6th century BC. Petra means rock in Greek. Has rock cut architecture. Its buildings are worked on the same rock in thevalley. A great symbol of Engineering & Protection.
  • 99.  Can be best seenduring early hours ofMorning or during Lasthour of evening, WhenSun warms themulticolored stones. Petra is considered asone of the bestcombination of bothNature & Man-madebeauty.
  • 100. TAJ MAHAL
  • 101.  Situated in Agra, India Taj Mahal took 22 years to complete. Spread over 42 acres of land. 20,000 workers were labored & 32 Cr. Rs were spentfor construction of Taj Mahal. Built by Muslim Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to honorthe memory of his beloved late wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Hands of craftsmen & architect were chopped off.
  • 102.  The entire architecturalcomplex mainly consists of fivemajor constituents; Darwaza. Bageecha. Masjid. Naqqar Khana. Rauza. Taj Mahal symbolizes Love& Passion.
  • 103. Tomb’s Inside Taj Mahal
  • 104. THANK YOU