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Forginer People Make Fun and Dance with Indian Villege People in India.
1 Jun 2017
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Food for People Brings Hope to Villagers in India June 13, 2007 - Just over a year ago, The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) inaugurated Food for People (FFP), an innovative food initiative, in a remote area of Jharkhand, in northeastern India, where tribal people have historically struggled just to survive from day to day. Situated on six acres of land, FFP is a newly constructed, impeccably clean 10,0000-square-foot facility, equipped with a large kitchen, separate storage and food preparation rooms, a spacious dining area, and modern sanitation facilities. During its first year of operation, FFP served over 150,000 hot, nutritious indigenous meals to children and adults. Before this facility was built, children scrounged for grub worms and sought out the nests where rats store food for their young, snatching what they could for themselves. Many adults suffered from general weakness or illness and were unable to earn enough money to take care of their families. Children dropped out of school at a very early age to begin working in exchange for food. The population as a whole, generally overlooked by the efforts of larger charities, has been caught in a devastating cycle of poverty and disease, causing a high rate of infant mortality and short life expectancy. What a difference one year has made. Gaining better health from regular nutritionally balanced hot meals, many previously unemployed adults have been able to get jobs in nearby villages and are now providing their family's evening meals at home. The children are noticeably healthier as well. School attendance and children's ability to concentrate are both improving, and there is reason to expect that more young people will stay in school long enough to develop marketable skills, which will help them earn a better living. In time, they could be able to support their aging parents, as well as provide a better, more stable life for their own children. And equally important, people are beginning to feel hope that their lives can improve and that their children will have a future far better than the villagers have had for many generations. Prem Rawat's vision is straightforward and simple: if food aid can be offered while respecting local customs and the individual's dignity, adults can then take steps to earn an income and children can be educated. Everyone can have the possibility of a more stable and healthy life. From the inception of this project, The Prem Rawat Foundation has involved the villagers in numerous ways and has consulted the village elders in the development and administration of Food for People, including meal planning that is based on the recipes of their traditional food. People come to FFP from several villages within a ten- to thirty-minute walking distance. During the meals, educational TV programs are shown in their native Hindi language, introducing the children to the world beyond their village, showing people of different cultures, as well as animals and landscapes they have never even imagined existed. For many of the children and adults who visit FFP, this has been their first exposure to using modern toilets, washing their hands before eating, waiting in line for their turn to be served, and being able to count on a hot nutritious meal at least once a day, year-round. *******inspire***ntactinfo****/index.htm
19 Sep 2008
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IRONING CLOTHES WITHOUT ELECTRICITY! The video is about an occupation of ironing clothes.The notable feature is that, those in this trade use an ancient contraption that works on coal rather than electricity. Remember the old steam engine? People in India prefer to wear ironed clothes and though they might own an electric iron, it is rather convenient to utilize the service of a "Presswallah". At Rs.1.50 per cloth, it's a service one just cannot do without.
17 Jan 2007
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Approximately 200,000 people in India use working camels to earn a living. The camels stroll alongside roadways and serve as living, breathing taxi services. The trip may take longer by camel than by car, but the camel's height definitely makes for a better view. explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Distributed by TubeMogul.
8 May 2007
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Dr. Suniti Solomon of the Y.R.G. Centre for AIDS Research and Education tells of the first cases of HIV she detected in 1986, from a test of 100 sex workers. Today, it is estimated that more than 5 million people in India are infected with HIV. Spreading awareness and educational outreach are essential tools in preventing further spread of the disease. explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Distributed by TubeMogul.
18 Jun 2007
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Your Team in India is an initiative to help entrepreneurs bring down the development cost up to 70%. We help startups and established enterprises to build their remote teams. Your Team in India has been delivering world-class IT outsourcing services for more than 9 years. We are offering offshore IT development services and bringing together the right mix of knowledge and innovation.
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The Taj Mahal Seven Wonders of the World, How people in india
10 Feb 2008
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People in India are upset about the film "Slumdog Millionaire" and I can see why.
9 Feb 2009
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It's an Urdu poem written while the rule of British people in India, sung by several singers including Sonu Nigam and Faisal Tasleem ! Sarfaroshi ki tammana ab hamare dil mai hai
23 Feb 2009
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Rakhi is a festival which is celebrated by all classes of people in India. As the living standard of people varies as per their annual incomes so varies the types of Rakhi, its cost and the materials used in preparing those Rakhis. Some of the popular types of Rakhi are cartoon rakhi, sandalwood rakhi, zardosi rakhi, pearl rakhi, diamond rakhi, rakhi with thali, rakhi with chocolate and dryfruits and many more.
1 Apr 2009
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PARTY GIRLS ARE GOING TO SWING THE PARTY The concept of Item Girls is not new in India. And after IPL T20, Cheer Girls have grown popularity amongst the people. Now, LEO One Music has come up with entirely innovative concept of Party Girls in India and Mr.Sandeep Shukla the owner of Leo One Music thinks it would be well- accepted by the party lovers. This concept has up-rooted prevalence in Western countries. Party Girls concept comprise of four girls who are professional and will perform in parties and prove to be delight for party-lovers. LEO One Music will also launch the music album of Party Girls with the voice of melodious Richa Sharma. Richa Sharma has several hit numbers under her belt. Taal, Zubedaa, Sathiya, Kal ho na ho, Gangajal, Omkara are few of the blockbusters which has been voiced by her. And now she is whole and soul part of Party Girls album. The husky and intense voice of Richa is well-suited to this album. If Richa Sharma is the soul then these four stunning girls are body of this concept. They are going display their moves on songs sung by Richa Sharma. Tanya, Seema, Mollira and Kelly are gorgeous girls hailing from Delhi, Allahabad, Assam and Goa respectively. According to them this innovative idea will be well-appreciated by people in India because occasions and celebrations are integral part of our society. The Lyrics is given by Saajan Agarwal, who is also the director of the Video and this Video has been choreographed by the famous Bollywood choreographer Jojo Khan LEO One Music up-coming project includes Hindi feature film starring Anupam Kher, Rushad Rana, Rajpal Yadav, Vijay Raj, Krishna Bhatt, Shehal Dhami and Rituparna Sengupta and Marathi film. Undoubtedly, this album and their live performances will ensure absolute entertainment for party-animals. -H.S.Communication
3 Jun 2009
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The concept of Item Girls is not new in India. And after IPL T20, Cheer Girls have grown popularity amongst the people. Now, LEO One Music has come up with entirely innovative concept of Party Girls in India and Mr.Sandeep Shukla the owner of Leo One Music thinks it would be well- accepted by the party lovers. This concept has up-rooted prevalence in Western countries. Party Girls concept comprise of four girls who are professional and will perform in parties and prove to be delight for party-lovers. LEO One Music will also launch the music album of Party Girls with the voice of melodious Richa Sharma. Richa Sharma has several hit numbers under her belt. Taal, Zubedaa, Sathiya, Kal ho na ho, Gangajal, Omkara are few of the blockbusters which has been voiced by her. And now she is whole and soul part of Party Girls album. The husky and intense voice of Richa is well-suited to this album. If Richa Sharma is the soul then these four stunning girls are body of this concept. They are going display their moves on songs sung by Richa Sharma. Tanya, Seema, Mollira and Kelly are gorgeous girls hailing from Delhi, Allahabad, Assam and Goa respectively. According to them this innovative idea will be well-appreciated by people in India because occasions and celebrations are integral part of our society. The Lyrics is given by Saajan Agarwal, who is also the director of the Video and this Video has been choreographed by the famous Bollywood choreographer Jojo Khan LEO One Music up-coming project includes Hindi feature film starring Anupam Kher, Rushad Rana, Rajpal Yadav, Vijay Raj, Krishna Bhatt, Shehal Dhami and Rituparna Sengupta and Marathi film. Undoubtedly, this album and their live performances will ensure absolute entertainment for party-animals. -H.S.Communication
10 Jun 2009
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Business Consultant and successful Entrepreneur. He is a great Motivator and Speaker. He helps people to realize their true potential and guide them to fullfull their Goals. He is a Role Model for thousands of people in India.
3 Oct 2009
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