Hindi Essay on “Pedh Bachao”, “पेड़ बचाओ”

पेड़ बचाओ  Pedh Bachao               पेड़ हवा, मिट्टी और पानी को शद्ध करने में बड़ी भूमिका निभाता है इस वजह से धरती को रहने के लिये एक बेहतर जगह बनाता है। लोग जो पेड़ों के पास रहते हैं वो आमतौर पर स्वस्थ और खुश रहते हैं। पूरे जीवन भर अपनी असीमित सेवा के द्वारा पेड़ हमारी बहुत मदद करता है। मानव होने के नाते, क्या हम कभी पेड़ों के प्रति...
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Essay on “What Does Space Technology Offer to Society?” English Essay for Class 12 and Graduate Examination.

What Does Space Technology Offer to Society? All development, particularly those activities related to land and water, are planned on information, which in the past was not easily available, or in most cases outdated. Integrating Various resources information to avoid any adverse impact was also not well understood at the time of planning. This essay highlights the concepts that have been evolved in consultation with the Department of Space, Government...
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English Essay/Paragraph/Speech on “The Art of Beauty Make-Up” Essay for Class 9, Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Examination.

The Art of Beauty Make-Up Outlines: In order to be beautiful, a woman must have the will to be beautiful Make-up can prove the determined woman’s greatest ally, provided she uses it subtly and skillfully; misused it can have disastrous effects. Make-Up falls into two simples categories: (a) simple make-up. (b) Illusion make-up. Remember that the perfect face is oval. Any facial cut deviating from this must be made to...
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English Essay/Paragraph/Speech on “Films as Information Super-Highway” Essay for Class 9, Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Examination.

Films as Information Super-Highway Cinemas will soon be replaced by huge entertainment centres if digital video dissemination of films comes about. This will allow free flow of information and make it easier to distribute films in different countries. Saturday night, all the movies might be a totally different experience, if the hopes of the movie industry’s high-tech planners come true. In fact, if all goes ac-cording to plan, cinemas will...
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Short Biography, Paragraph of “William Schwenck Gilbert” short paragraph for Class 12 and Graduate Classes

William Schwenck Gilbert William Schwenck Gilbert (1836-1911), British humorist and librettist. A barrister by profession, Gilbert became well known for his humorous verse, collected and published in 1869 as The Bab Ballads. In 1871 he met the composer Sir Arthur Sullivan, the first successful result of their collaboration being the comic opera Trial by Jury (1875). Sullivan’s tuneful and light-hearted music provided the perfect match for Gilbert’s witty and satirical...
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Short Biography, Paragraph of “Edward Gibbon” short paragraph for Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Edward Gibbon Edward Gibbon (1737-94) British historian, noted for his formal polished style and rationalist outlook. Gibbon attended Oxford University but proved an undistinguished scholar. At .16 he shocked his family by converting to Catholicism and was sent off to Switzerland, where he reconverted. During this period abroad he began the serious study of history. After his return to England he served for several years in the army and entered...
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Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Lakshmibayamma Unnava” Short Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Lakshmibayamma Unnava Lakshmibayamma Unnava, 1884-1956. social and political’ worker. Born in a midble-class Brahmin family of Guntur, now in Andhra Pradesh, she was married at the age of 13 to the novelist and philosopher, Unnava Lakshminarayana. She was pioneer of widow marriage for which she and her husband had to suffer social boycott and humiliation. She also actively participated in national movements and was arrested a number of times. She...
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Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Khujjuttara” Short Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Khujjuttara Khujjuttara, 560-480 B.C., Buddhist saint. She was named Khujjuttara (`Hunch-backed Uttara’) as she was hunch-backed from her birth. An attendant to Queen Samavati of Kausambi, she was in the habit of stealing half the amount given to her by the queen. She was pardoned when she confessed, and was told to listen to the discourse of Buddha and resneat it to the queen. These discourses, in the form of a...
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