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  1. 1. Is a interestingplace to visit thereis beautiful place to visit.Poor place but hasa lot of good thingsyou will learn and get use to.
  2. 2. ECONOMYIndia economy, the third largest economy in the world, in terms of purchasing power, isgoing to touch new heights in coming years. As predicted by Goldman Sachs, theGlobal Investment Bank, by 2035 India would be the third largest economy of theworld just after US and China. It will grow to 60% of size of the US economy. Thisbooming economy of today has to pass through many phases before it can achieve thecurrent milestone of 9% GDP.The history of Indian economy can be broadly divided into three phases: Pre- Colonial,Colonial and Post Colonial.Pre Colonial: The economic history of India since Indus Valley Civilization to 1700 ADcan be categorized under this phase. During Indus Valley Civilization Indian economywas very well developed. It had very good trade relations with other parts of world,which is evident from the coins of various civilizations found at the site of Indus valley.
  3. 3. LANGUAGE The languages of India belong to several language families, the major ones being the Indo-Aryan languages(spoken by 72% of Indians) and the Dravidian languages (spoken by 25% of Indians).[1] Other languages spoken inIndia belong to the Austro-Asiatic, Tibeto-Burman, and a few minor language families and isolates.[2] The principal official language of the Republic of India is Standard Hindi, while English is the secondaryofficial language.[3] The constitution of India states that "The official language of the Union shall be Hindi inDevanagari script."[4] Neither the Constitution of India nor Indian law specifies a national language, a positionsupported by a High Court ruling.[5] However, languages listed in the Eighth Schedule of the Indian constitutionare sometimes referred to, without legal standing, as the national languages of India.[6][7] Individual mother tongues in India number several hundred;[8] the 1961 census recognized 1,652[9] (SILEthnologue lists 415). According to Census of India of 2001, 30 languages are spoken by more than a millionnative speakers, 122 by more than 10,000. Three millennia of language contact has led to significant mutualinfluence among the four language families in India and South Asia. Two contact languages have played animportant role in the history of India: Persian and English
  4. 4. ARCHITECTUREMāru-Gurjara Temple Architecture originated somewhere in sixthcentury in and around areas of Rajasthan. Māru-Gurjara Architectureshow the deep understanding of structures and refined skills ofRajasthani craftmen of bygone era. Māru-Gurjara Architecture has twoprominent styles Maha-Maru and Maru-Gurjara. According to M.A. Dhaky, Maha-Maru style developed primarily inMarudesa, Sapadalaksa, Surasena and parts of Uparamala whereas Maru-Gurjara originated in Medapata, Gurjaradesa-Arbuda, Gurjaradesa-Anarta and some areas of Gujarat.[14] Scholars such as GeorgeMichell, M.A. Dhaky, Michael W. Meister and U.S. Moorti believe thatMāru-Gurjara Temple Architecture is entirely Western Indian architectureand is quite different from the North Indian Temple architecture.[15]There is a connecting link between Māru-Gurjara Architecture andHoysala Temple Architecture. In both of these styles architecture istreated sculpturally.[16]
  5. 5. POETSarojini Chattopadhyay was born at Hyderabad on February 13, 1879 the eldest of a large family, all ofwhom were taught English at an early age. At the age of twelve she passed the Matriculation of theMadras University, and awoke to find herself famous throughout India. Before she was fifteen the great struggle of her life began. Dr. Govindurajulu Naidu, later tobecome her husband was, though of an old and honourable family, not a Brahmin. The difference ofcaste roused an equal opposition, not only on the side of her family, but of his; and in 1895 she was sentto England, against her will, with a special scholarship from the Nizam. She remained in England, withan interval of travel in Italy, till 1898, studying first at Kings College, London, then, till her health againbroke down, at Girton. She returned to Hyderabad in September 1898, and in the December of thatyear, to the scandal of all India, broke through the bonds of caste, and married Dr. Naidu.
  6. 6. NOVELIST The students of Gurushree Vidya Kendra, Doddabidarakallu reviewed the novel. Abhinava Publications has published the debutnovel of this youngest novelist. Priced at Rs 100, the novel is available at all the leading book stores in the city. Though Youngest Novelist She Aims to be Astronomer Age, it is said, is just a number. It does not come in the way of realizing ambitions, if you have the will. And Harshita is an example.She is the youngest in India to have penned an English novel. A student of std VII at City’s Delhi Public School, Harshita is a sworn bibliophile. Bitten by the book bug, she has a small library ofher own and reads at least two novels a week. ‘Ruby Rush’ a scientific fiction, is the maiden novel of this 12-year-old prodigy. Set in the United Kingdom, a place Harshita is yet to visit, the 110-page sci-fi deals with a scientist infusing life to an inanimateobject. The object then goes missing and what follows is a heroic mission to recover it. The subtext of the plot is that science cannot infuselife into an object and even if succeeds in doing so, the attempt is sure to be misused. Inspired by her mother Shivani and author like Stephenie Meyer, Harshita took about one year for Harshita to complete the novel. However, Harshita does not nurse the ambition to become an author. She wants to pursue higher education in astronomy. Herwriting hasn’t come in the way of her academics. She uses her leisure hours for her passion. Keen on going through the newreleases, Harshita visits all the prominent book stores in the City at least thrice in a month. And her parents purchase the books of herchoice without any second thought.
  7. 7. ARTIST Amrita Sher-Gil (Punjabi: )( )(January 30, 1913,[1] – December 5, 1941), was an eminent Indianpainter born to a Punjabi Sikh father and a Hungarianmother, sometimes known as Indias Frida Kahlo,[2] and todayconsidered an important woman painter of 20th century India, whoselegacy stands at par with that of the Masters of BengalRenaissance;[3][4] she is also the most expensive woman painter ofIndia.[