TH 8 JULY 2018 HINDU BASED MAINS QUESTIONS PRESENTED BY BHARGAVI VARDHAN
ABOUT ME e Biotechnology graduate e Worked as assistant proffessor Cleared ssc for women flying officer but could not join on medical grounds Upsc aspirant, written mains 2017 Learning enthusiast, interested in sanskrit and indian culture Have a YouTube channel on Sanskrit rhymes for kids You can follow me on http://unacademy/user/bhargavivardhan
GS1 TRACE OUT THE HISTORY OF MIGRATION IN INDIA. WHAT IMPACT DID IT HAVE ON INDIAN SOCIETY. The indian culture in South East Asia, Buddhism in different parts of the world show the patterns of Migration of Indians to other countries the temples of South East Asia The Heritage of Ramayana Prove the existence of migration in mediaeval Times * the diverse mix of races in India is an evidence of migration from and to India
The composition of flows has evolved over time from mainly indentured labor in far-flung colonies to postwar labor for British industry to high-skilled professionals in North America and low-skilled workers in the Middle East. In addition, ethnic Indians in countries like Kenya and Suriname have migrated to other countries, a movement called secondary migration.
India has a long history of migration. More than a century ago, large numbers of Indian migrants- many of them involuntary ones- moved to Africa, the Caribbean and within the Indian subcontinent itself. Some of the top destinations of Indian migrants in more recent decades include Persian Gulf countries, North America and Europe. Here are five facts about India and migration. India is the top source of international migrants, with one-in-twenty migrants worldwide born in India
GS2 CONSTITUTIONS ARE NEEDED NOT ONLY TO LIMIT WIELDERS BY EXISTING POWERS BUT TO EMPOWER THOSE TRADITIONALLY DEPRIVED OF IT e A mix of powers and restrictions on these powers e Why do we need constitution, prevent majoritarianism.
O DISCUSS THE BILATERAL TIES BETWEEN INDIA AND MYANMAR India shares a long land border of over 1600 Km with Myanmar as well as a maritime boundary in the Bay of Bengal. Four north-eastern states viz. Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram share boundary with Myanmar. These geo-strategic realities encompass our broader interests in the Indian Ocean region. Both countries share a heritage of religious, linguistic and ethnic ties. Further, Myanmar is the only ASEAN country adjoining India and, therefore, our gateway to Sout East Asia with which we are seeking greater economic integration through India's 'Look East' and now 'Act East Policy. * Business opportunities that emerge from a surging economy in Myanmaralso provide new vistas for engagement.
CULTURE Restoration of the Ananda Temple in Bagan and e GOl donation of a 16 foot replica of the Sarnath Buddha Statue which has been installed at the premises of Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon. The 'Samvad-Il' Interfaith dialogue was held on 6-7 August 2017, Yangon
GS3 QUARRYING FOR STONE IS ONE OF THE IMPORTANT THREATS TO THE BIODIVERSITY. DISCUSS e blocking natural springs originating from the hill and physically changing the course of flow noise pollution adversely affects the wildlife
WHAT ARE THE IMPACTS OF DEPRECIATION OF RUPEE ON INDIAN ECONOMY.? WHAT ARE THE REASONS LEADING TO THIS CONDITION? Forex reserves are down by 4% in the last two months as RBI began to battling against against the falling rupee as Global Central banks moving towards monetary policy tightening, flows into emerging markets can be impacted the reason for this weakness has been the countries trade deficit and this is unlikely to vanish given the country is dependent on imported crude and problems plaguing export growth
P L Bhargavi
A speck of universe, trying to save her instincts and intuitions from the robotic chores. scored 150 in geography optional II