Volume 7-Issue 6-2020

Author(s):Filiz KARAKUŞ

Abstract: The Cenabı Ahmet Paşa Mosque is one of the most important monumental architectural examples built in Ankara in the 16th century during the Ottoman Empire Period. In this study, the Cenabı Ahmet Paşa Mosque was handled in terms of its architectural and artistic features and problems in the building were revealed before the recent repairs. It is very important in terms of stating that the mosque is the only work of Mimar Sinan built in Ankara and it is one of the mosques of the Classical Ottoman architecture with a single dome and central plan scheme. The works carried out within the scope of the restoration between 2009-2011 in the mosque, which is owned by the General Directorate of Foundations, are discussed in this article. The restoration techniques applied during the repair works and the new data that emerged during the application are discussed in this study. Within the scope of this article, archive and resource researches were carried out on the building, and on-site inspections were carried out on behalf of the Ankara Regional Directorate of Foundations as the supervision agency. With this study, it is aimed to contribute to the experts working in the field of protection and to benefit from the data obtained in the studies to be carried out in this field. Key words: Ankara, Cenabı Ahmet Paşa Mosque, conservation, Mimar Sinan, restoration

Author(s):JBogale Aligaiz Agalu

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Author(s):Shreenivasa and Venkatesha.T.S

Abstract: Abstract: The Mahapradhana or Dandanayaka was the most influential person who enjoyed a position of pre-eminence. Many Dandanayakas of Hoysalas have done a tremendous job to the development of state. They built temples, agraharas and made grants of villages to the temples, Basadi’s and other religious shrines. Ballappadandanayaka also did same thing during his reign. Inscription from Tekhal of 1328AD1 refers grant of Alambaalu village of Tekhalnadu to the Tekhal Varadarajaswamy temple. One more inscription from Tekhal of 1333AD2 refers grant of some villages to god of Tekhal shingeeshwara odeya nayanar. This temple priest Palabhatta received that grant. Key words: Mahapradhana, Dandanayaka, Chalukyas

Author(s):Harish .N.

Abstract: Demonetization is the act of stripping a currency unit of its status as legal tender. It occurs whenever there is a change of national currency. While this is the third time in the Indian history that Indian high value currency has been stripped of its status as a legal tender, the first two instances of demonetization did not have an impact like the recent one. This is primarily because, this time, the demonetized currency represents 86% of the total currency in circulation. Immediate impact People’s purchasing power would be lowered resulting in a reduction in demand since they are left with no case. Though some may presume that prices will fall as supply would exceed demand, there is a possibility of prices rising if supply too is curtailed. Since money supply has been severely contracted, certain sectors will be hit hard as cash transactions will stop. As income and consumption are closely linked to transactions, they would be severely contracted. The most of the people affected in demonstration India. Key Words: Money, Income, Transactions, Demonetization, Reduce Corruption, Economy etc.

Author(s):N. Somasekhararao and B.Muralikrishna

Abstract: corporate and government sectors in the ever changing Indian Economy. The selection of these investment avenues or alternatives is incidentally on the basis of the perception of the investors towards them. In view of this, the researcher felt that it is necessary to study the various factors that influence the perception of the investors towards the selection of investment avenue and the same has been presented in this paper. Key words: Investment avenues, Perception, Investors


Abstract: Educational development in the British provinces presents a different picture than the princely state of Mysore. The position of rich Kannada literature which flourished during the Kadambas, Chalukyas and the Vijayanagar Empire, was almost on the verge of being altogether forgotten and it had come to be despised in its own place. There were no Kannada schools in villages where the preponderating majority of the people were Kannadigas. The court language and the medium of instruction throughout these provinces was Marathi. This non-availability of schooling in their mother tongue was certainly responsible for the persistence of low literacy rate in this region. Key words: Educational policy, European employees, modem education


Abstract: Rural development is the backbone of national development in India. About 65 per cent of the people live in rural India. The history of Panchayats dates back to the time immemorial in India. Starting from the Vedic period to the end of the British rule, almost every village in the country had a self-governing body of its own. The Panchayats are among the oldest institutions for local governance in rural Karnataka. This long standing system of local governance is also known as Panchayat Raj. It ensures proper execution of rural development programmes. It encourages participation of general people in the development programmes. The present study explores the inception and evolution of the panchayat raj system and the structure and functions of the three tier panchayat raj institutions in karnataka. In this study extensively used the legislative and other legal documents which describe the structure and functions of the grama panchayat, Taluk panchayat and Zilla panchayat. It has lengthy discussion pointed out the nuances with which the panchayat raj system operates in Karnataka with legal sanctions. Panchayat Raj, Inception and Evolution, Grama Panchayat, Taluk Panchayat, Zilla Panchayat, Karnataka. KEYWORDS :Panchayat Raj, Inception and Evolution, Grama Panchayat, Taluk Panchayat, Zilla Panchayat, Karnataka.

Author(s):Rashmi Rani Sahu

Abstract: World War II destroyed the rational and moral foundations of human society which in turn produced a prevalent sense of utter meaninglessness and instability of human existence. This title attempts to look into the various issues relating to the social, economic and metaphysical life in 1950s England, explored by the three dramatists Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter and John Osborne. Their choice of themes such as the absurdist and existential issues and the prevailing socio-economic discontentment, as well as the structure, tone and language of the plays effectively comment on these concerns. Kitchen sink realism (or kitchen sink drama) is a term coined to describe a British cultural movement that developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s in theatre, art, novels, film, and television plays, whose protagonists usually could be described as "angry young men" who were disillusioned with modern society. It used a style of social realism, which depicted the domestic situations of working class Britons, living in cramped rented accommodation and spending their off-hours drinking in grimy pubs, to explore controversial social and political issues ranging from abortion to homelessness. The harsh, realistic style contrasted sharply with the escapism of the previous generation's so-called "well-made plays". Key Words: Absurdist, Existential, modern, Social Realism.

Author(s):Basava Raju K.B

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Author(s):Sheldon Leander Williams

Abstract: English is a universal language which is spoken by almost everyone irrespective of what they are and who they are. The main aim of learning is not to make it difficult but easy, attractive and understandable. What makes it attractive is the understanding of the different forms of English Literature or the different genres of English Literature and its relative importance. Here is a detailed study of the different forms of English Literature, functions of the genres and its relative importance.Key Words: genres, tone of the writing, poetry, fiction, drama, prose, non-fiction, Relative importance

Author(s):Eswar Rao

Abstract: The literary works of the twentieth century, especially the works of the 1950's, have a very distinctive and peculiar characteristic which presents the aftermath of the two destructive world wars through the writings of the authors. These literary works hold the post-war scenario of the world which is full of uncertainty and bafflement. The social and political alteration that England was waiting for is truly represented in the post-war literary works authored by various dramatists, novelists and other literary figures. The post world war dramas, the dramas of 1950s and 1960s are famous for their realistic depiction. The new wave dramatists were a group of young dramatists who were rebellious in nature. They had a feeling of intense anger and disliking for society and its upper-class people which had made them rebellious and protest against the upper-class. John Osborne and Arnold Wesker are considered as the pioneers of this new wave group. Both of the playwrights are widely acknowledged as kitchen sink realists as most of their plays deal with the genre of Kitchen Sink Realism.The aim of this paper is to bring out the social, political, cultural, economic and religious problems and issues of the then British society as depicted by the playwrights in their respective plays.