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    THE CAR FESTIVAL

    43 total views, no views today (Introduction, Time, Description, Conclusion) Many festivals are celebrated throughout the year by different religious groups. As per tradition there are thirteen festivals in twelve months. Amongst all the festivals the car festival of Lord Jagannath is the biggest which is held at Puri. The car festival is celebrated in the month of July every year. In past the car festival was observed only at Puri. But now it has become a common festival. Temples of Lord Jagannath have been built in many places. Even the car festival is celebrated at America and Russia also. People come to Puri in lacs to have a darshan of…

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    Essay on a Fair

    40 total views, no views today Essay on A Fair essay on a fair (Introduction, Description, Conclusion) Many kinds of fairs are held in our country. Trade fairs are held to promote the sale of goods. The Kumbha is the biggest fair ever held anywhere except Varanasi. Though the fairs held in village areas are minor and small, yet they have much impact over the people. In Orissa we can see many fairs throughout the year. The fair at Paradeep on the eve of Viswakarma Puja is famous. The fair continues for more than a week. The whole area becomes crowded. Sellers in large number come to sale their things from…

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    THE INDIAN BEGGAR

    42 total views, no views today essay The Indian Begger  (Introduction, Description, Daily life, Condition, Conclusion) India is not so much developed like America or other countries. It is a poor country.  We see beggars everywhere in India. Though begging is a curse and most people dislike beggars, yet they beg. As if begging is their occupation. Generally beggars are seen at the stations, bus stands, before the gates of hotels, restaurants, roads, market places, near temples and fairs. Some call India a country of beggar’s. In remote past begging was a noble deed. Students were begging for their teachers. Buddhists were also begging. Now-a-days begging has become a profession. People…

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    THE INDIAN FARMER

    28 total views, no views today Essay The Indian Farmer (Introduction, His destination, Daily life, financial condition, Social life, Conclusion) India is a country of villages and farmers. Most of its people depend upon agriculture. The farmers are the backbone of our country. They produce the food crops and feed the people. The Indian farmer lives in a village. He is always busy. He does not care the Sun and shower, cold and air. He is an ardent worker. He works from the dawn to dust. He does not have much rest. He ploughs the land, sows the seeds. He takes care of the crops. He guards the crops against stray…

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    THE POST MAN

    60 total views, no views today Essay The Post Man (Introduction, His dress, Work, Financial condition, Conclusion) The post man is a government servant. He works in a post office. He is a good friend and an honest servant of the society. The postman puts on a khaki dress. He puts on a pant and a shirt. He ties a belt round his waist. There is also a khaki turban on his head. Sometimes he puts on shoes with stockings and sometimes uses chapals. He carries a leather bag across his shoulder. He gets his dress from the government. The postman goes door to door with letters, parcels, money orders in…

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    THE DOMESTIC ANIMAL

    29 total views, no views today (Introduction, Kinds of domestic animals, Their usefulness, How to take care of them, The domestic animals you like, Conclusion) People keep some animals at their home and take care of them. They feed them. Getting shelter and folding the animals do some useful works for their masters. Such animals are known as domestic animals. Amongst the domestic animals cattle, buffalo, goat, dog, horse, sheep, cat, mongoose, elephant, camel, donkey, monkey, mule, cock, duck, parrot, pigeon, Swan are very useful to man. The cow gives milk which is a nutritious food for all. Bullocks pull the carts and plough the fields. Their dung, urine are used…

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    A RICKSHAW PULLER

    29 total views, no views today (Introduction, Description, His virtues and vices, Financial condition, Conclusion) In the past the rickshaws and rickshaw pullers were seen in big cities and towns. But now-a-days we can see rickshaws every where. The rickshaw pullers are waiting in village centers, bus stands, railway stations, near temples and market places. The man who pulls a rickshaw is called a ‘Rickshaw puller’. There were hand drawn rickshaws in past. Now it became a cycle-rickshaw. Generally a poor fellow pulls a rickshaw. He can not buy it. He hires it from *je owner. He pays some amount to the owner as per their agreement. The rickshaw owner bears…

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    THE VILLAGE LIBRARY

    9 total views, no views today (Introduction, Description, Organization, Usefulness, Conclusion) Books are our best friends. We can find many kinds of books in libraries. Public libraries are established in most of the towns and cities. There is no library in most of the villages. We are lucky enough to have a good library in our village The name of our village library is Madhu Pathagar or Madhusudan library. It is an institution. It posses a suitable house. There is also a reading room. There are a good number of books in our library. The books are kept in Almirahs. There are some shelves for newspapers and various magazines. Daily papers…

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    THE COW

    9 total views, no views today (Introduction, Description, Usefulness, Conclusion) The cow is a well-known useful domestic animal. It is a quadruped beast. It is seen all parts of the world. The cows are of many colours. We can see white, red, black and mixed-colour cows. The body of the cow is bulky. It has two horns, a long face, two eyes, two ears, a nose, a mouth. It’s eyes are back. It has only eight teeth on her lower jaw. There are no tooth on its upper jaw. It has a long tail with a tuft of hair at the end. It has four hoofs at the end of her…

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    AN IDEAL VILLAGE

    98 total views, no views today (Introduction, Situation, Sanitation, Dwelling, houses, Food and fodder, Water, Agriculture and industry, Facilities for education, Health, People, Integration, Festival, Conclusion) People of other countries say that “India is a country of villages.” It is true. There are thousands of villages in our country. Village life is the most natural life for human – beings. The village is panorama of the charming scenes of nature. It brings a divine touch into the human life. Many people like to live in villages. There are many ideal villages in India. Sanbisol, a village of Orissa in the district of Mayurbhanj is an ideal village. It is situated on…

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