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Glimpses Of India Class 10th

  1. 1. Glimpses of India
  2. 2.  SUBMITTED BY - NAME - YADIKA PAWAR CLASS - 10TH D ROLL NO. - 24 SUBJECT - ENGLISH STUDENT ID. - 20150160788  SUBMITTED TO- TEACHER NAME - NEERU MAM SCHOOL ID - 1002029 SCHOOL NAME - RAJKIYA SARVODAYA KANYA VIDYALAYA MAYUR VIHAR , PHASE-2, POCKET- B, NEW DELHI
  3. 3. Glimpses of India  The Baker From Goa  Coorg  The Tea From Asam
  4. 4. The Baker From Goa
  5. 5. Introduction- This is a pen-portrait of a traditional Gaon village baker who still has an important place in his society.
  6. 6. Goa is very much influenced by Portuguese. Their traditional family work is baking bread .They are known as Pader in Goa .The writer tells about his childhood days and his friendship with bakers. In the morning the jingling sound of the bamboo woke them from sleep .Through one hand the baker supported the basket on his head and the other hand banged the bamboo on the ground .The villagers were much fond of the sweet bread known as BOL. Summary
  7. 7. It was one of the most essential marriage gifts. Bread sellers wore a particular dress known as Kabai. It was a single piece long frock up to the knees. They recorded their account on the wall in pencil . They always looked happy and prosperous .
  8. 8. Coorg
  9. 9. Introduction- Coorg is a coffee country, famous for its rain forests and spices.
  10. 10. Coorg is a piece of heaven in midway between Mysore and the coastal town of Mangalore .It is the smallest district of Karnataka. It has evergreen forest, spices coffee plantations. The perfect weather commences from September to march. Coffee estates and colonial bungalows stand tucked under Canopies in prime corners. People of Coorg are of Greek or Arabic descent. Their traditional dress resembles the Kuffia worn by the Arabs and Kurds. Summary
  11. 11. Their homes have a tradition of hospitality. Even now Kodavus are the only people in India permitted to carry firearms with out a licence.the river Kaveri obtains its water from the hills and forest of Coorg. Mahaseer and Kingfisher dive for their catch. Many animals like Squirrels, langurs and elephants etc are seen in the forest. Adventure sports like river rafting, canoeing, rappelling, rockclimbing, mountain biking and trekking. Many birds, bees and butterfly accompany the tourists. India's largest Tibetan settlement nearby Bylakuppe is a bonus for visitors in Coorg.
  12. 12. Tea from Assam
  13. 13. Introduction- Pranjol's , a youngster from Assam is Rajvir ‘s classmate at school in Delhi . Pranjol's ‘s father is the manager of a tea garden in upper Assam and Pranjol had invited Rajvir to visit his home during the summer vacation .
  14. 14.  Pranjol and Rajvir are class fellows in Delhi . Pranjol’s parents are living in Assam . His father is a manager of tea –garden in upper Assam . Rajvir is invited to Assam by Pranjol .In the train journey Rajvir told that over 8,00,000,000 cups of tea were drunk daily in the world. On the way they view a magnificent sight of tea bushes. Pranjol told about the tea country and some legends about tea. Rajvir told that tea was first drunk in China . CHAI and CHINI have come from Chinese. In 16th century tea came to Europe as a medicine . Summary
  15. 15. SUBMITTED BY - NAME - YADIKA PAWAR CLASS - 10th D ROLL NO. - 24 SUBJECT - English STUDENT ID. - 20150160788 THANK YOU

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