Transcript: Wedding in Indian Style Appetizers: - Alu Bonda: Spived potatoes dipped in lentil batter and golden fried - Assorted Vegetable Plater-combination of samosa, pakora, onion and papadum Entrees: - Chicken Tikka Masala: Chicken Tikka cooked in tomato cream sauce seasoned with fenugreek peppers - Fish Tikka: Spicy salmon grilled in Tandoor Rise with curry sauce and chicken Dessert: - Carrot cake with vanilla cream Culture and Tradition Thank you for your attention! 2. Madhupak Second day 1. Culture and traditions 2. Choosing a destination 3. Budgeting Financial objectives = exchange of girlands Date: April 15, 2016 Location: Arambol Beach - in a tent Guests: 80 = Giving away of the bride Our company First day Problems and solutions Short movie about an indian wedding Direct costs Main ceremony & reception 3. Kanyadan "Manisha" = lighting of the sacred fire = offering of yogurt and honey 4. Havan Target market Indirect costs Ceremony starts at 12 o'clock with traditional rituals Goa State - Arambol Beach The 4 P's 1. Jaimala Lasts for three days Ceremony held by a priest Scheduling First Dance of the Bride and Groom: 16:30-16:40 Meal: 16:40-17:30 Music and Dance show: 17:30-18:00 Cutting and eating the cake: 18:00-18:30 Dancing and drinking: 18:30-22:00 Congratulating the bride and the groom and leaving: 22:00-1:00 Henna Patterns Wedding menu Wedding location Third day
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Transcript: EXPERIÊNCIA "Só se pode alcançar um grande êxito quando nos mantemos fiéis a nós mesmos". Friedrich Nietzsche https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf0m09xKeFmtEcCNe0z6CB5VfogG5zKEeD9A_anQOnKQjHpPw/viewform?usp=sf_link ORGANIZAÇÃO: HABILIDADES SALVE A DATA: 28/10 CUSTO: R$ 5,00 SESSÕES: 16:00 FACILITADORA LETÍCIA DOMINGOS 18:00 FACILITADOR MOISÉS PINHEIRO EDUCAÇÃO VAGAS LIMITADAS INSCRIÇÕES LATTES WORKSHOP CONTATO EXPERIENCE 2017-2015 2017-2015 Job / position title here Company Name Here Main activities and responsibilities: Name and address of the employer: 2015-2011 2015-2011 Job / position title here Company Name Here Main activities and responsibilities: Name and address of the employer: 2010-2001 2010-2001 Job / position title here Company Name Here Main activities and responsibilities: Name and address of the employer: EDUCATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Principal subjects / occupational skills covered: Address of the institution: Institution Name here HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA Principal subjects / occupational skills covered: Address of the institution: Institution Name here BACHELOR'S DEGREE Principal subjects / occupational skills covered: Address of the institution: Institution Name here MASTER'S DEGREE Institution Name here Address of the institution: Master's Degree in: Principal subjects / occupational skills covered: PH.D. Institution Name here Address of the institution: PH.D. in: Principal subjects / occupational skills covered: SKILLS MANAGERIAL Language Skills Mother tongue (s) Language 1 Language 2 Other language (s) Language 1 Language 2 Language 3 Other Skills Name your Skills Skills description: Skills proficiency: Skill 1 Skill 2 Skill 3 TECHNICAL Name your Skills Skills description: Skills proficiency: Skill 1 Skill 2 Skill 3 COMPUTER Name your Skills Skills description: ARTISTIC address line: ADDRESS Your Street Name / House Nr. / etc. here Name of Your City / Town / Place here Name of Your State / Province here Your Zip Code here 001 664 123 4567 001 664 123 4567 CITY / TOWN STATE ZIP CODE PHONE NR. MOBILE CONTACT Paste the link of your LinkedIn profile here Paste the link of your Facebook profile here Paste the link of your Twitter profile here Paste the link of your own or other website
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Transcript: Around the World dd/mm/yyyy Title:Indian life style Module name:Communication skills Name of lecturer:Mukhabbat Bekmuradova Student name:Akhmadjonova Durdona Group number:108 Introduction India is a country that occupies a large part of South Asia. Its capital is New Delhi.Culture of India one of the most ancient in the world 2 #1 Religions in India: . India is the birthplace of some of the world‘s major religions ,such as Buddhism and Hinduism. Buddhism is one of the most widespread religion in the world. It has more than 500 million followers. #2 Festivals in India: There are hundreds of festivals in India, which means that a new festival is celebrated every day. For example Holi,Diwali #3 Indian food: Indian food differs from the rest of the world not only in taste but also in the methods of cooking Indian cuisine is more famous for its bitterness. Spices are widely used in food, whether in northern India or southern India. Each spice used in Indian cuisine has certain nutritional and healing properties Conclusion the lifestyle of Indians is quite different from that of other countries because they look at life differently The way of life of the people of India is based on their ancient religion, culture, customs and the division of India into poor and rich people 3 when we compare the two states, the difference between these states is very significant.For example, when we compare the way of life of the population, India has the largest number of poor people in the country, and in this country the rich and the poor are significantly separated. In Uzbekistan, everyone has equal rights, regardless of their financial status. 4 Reference list : Srivastava.A. (2021). Republic of India.Accessed 03/12/2021 from https://www.britannica.com/place/India/The-Himalayas 5 6 Thank you fot your attension
Transcript: Navajo The Cherokee ate Corn, squash, beans and they hunted rabbits, deer, turkey and even bears. Clothing Tools Men wore Breechcloths and woman wore skirts. Tops were not needed in this culture. They wore Mocasins on their feet The Cheyenne"s were farming people, they ate squash , corn and beans, they hunted deer and buffalo. they ate fish and and fruits and berries they bought from other tribes. 20, 00 people speak the Cherokee language today and it is a very soft spoke language The Cheyennes wore Indian leaders originally wore tall feather headdresses. The woman wore long deerskin dresses. Religion Most Cheyenne's speak english the older ones speak their Cheyenne launguage which is musical language and has complicated verbs with many parts like "eh-peh-va,") which means "It is good!" Cherokee Language known to most speakers as dine'. Cheyenne Indians The Navajos were farming people, so they grew corn, beans, and squash. the men were hunters so they hunted deer, Antelope and small game. While woman gathered nuts, fruits and herbs. language NATIVE AMERICANS They were religious and believed in spirits. They performed in ceremonies to ask spirits to help them . When people were sick they would dress up and dance to music in the ceremony to help people. Location and culture Food Food The Cheyenne's used bow and arrows, war clubs, spears and hide shields as their weapons. ARTS Language Clothing famous for their woven rugs, Silver and turquoise jewlery. They also made Poetry, baskets, and sandpaintings. The 3 different types of indians and there background They live in the four corners region, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado. They are still living in their traditional territory today. They used pipe carving, Indian beading, rivercane baskets and Pottery for arts and crafts "Oh-see-yoh" "wado" mean thank you. -They lived on the great plains , Nebraska, Colorado, South Dakota, Wyoming and Kansas. -Oklahoma, and Montana currently Food Indian Powerpoint Tools they used were Hand axes. Stone adzes, wooden hoes for farming. Arts and crafts and weapons Language the Cherokee lived in the southern area of the United States Which today is North Carolina
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