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  • Understanding Adaptation of Structural Configurations: Case-study of Early Temple and Mosque Architecture of Gujarat


Vaibhavi Patel Kshitij Charania

Abstract: In Gujarat, places like Patan, Siddhpur, Dilmaal, Taranga, Ahmedabad and Dholka has temples and mosques built in 10th -14th century (before Ahmedabad became the capital of Gujarat). In spite of having such diverse religions in terms of culture and philosophy, their architectural expressions have a lot of similarities. This research intends to throw light on these similarities through the documentation of how mosques of early sultanate architecture of Gujarat have borrowed configurations of post and beam construction system from classical Hindu temple mandapa and have made it integral to the notion of an Islamic space of the mosque. The research further focuses on the understanding of assembly of post and


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  • INNOVATIVE METHODS OF TEACHING VOCABULARY


MUNNOOR ANJANEYULU

Abstract: Generally in communication, Vocabulary plays an important role means to express our views, opinions, thoughts and feelings, either in spoken or written form. Vocabulary is considered an essential part of learning Second Language (L2) since it leads to communication. Vocabulary plays a crucial role in second language acquisition, particularly for students of schools and colleges. Acquiring a deep and rich vocabulary knowledge-base would help these students to convey their message more efficiently in L2. However, learning vocabulary is not an easy job. New words run fast out of mind if they are stored without any use. Practitioners and applied linguists have always been trying to not only emphasize the importance of vocabulary learning but also propose a way for efficient learning of new vocabulary items in L2.


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  • Evolution of Media: A Sociological Inquiry into Shaping Modern Societies


Dr. Amrita Das

Abstract: The present study examines the complex relationship between media and contemporary society in the context of globalization, privatization, and liberalization. Since the 1970s, the ascent of television and subsequent emergence of web 2.0 technologies have transformed media into a powerful tool for entertainment, news dissemination, and public opinion formation. Utilizing a qualitative methodology and drawing from secondary data sources including published books, journals, and websites, the study explores the impact of media on cultural dynamics, emphasizing its role in cultural globalization and awareness creation regarding criminal activities. Social media platforms are identified as instrumental in connecting diverse backgrounds, fostering E-communities, and aiding idea generation through communication. The report highlights the need for public awareness and the role that the media must play in combating illegal operations like drug trafficking, human trafficking, cyberbullying, and cyberterrorism. The study concludes by highlighting the critical role that media plays in attaining literacy goals, showcasing it as an affordable mass education tool, and recognizing its unavoidable influence on modern society and culture.


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