FDSC4300 The Science and Technology of Beer
Midterm Tasting Log
Tasting Log of Beers
Labatt Blue (Pale Lager):
The beer has a clear, golden, almost straw appearance. The small head formed in the glass dies rather
quickly. It had an
The English arrival was a coincidence, Drake wanted to repair the hull in ship, and happened to camp
there. He then claimed the land for Queen Elizabeth before moving out, and continue on his journey
around the globe. I think that primary source its more
The Vedic Age (1500 BC - 600 BC)
After the downfall of Harappan Civilization we found Archeological evidence of the arrival of
new people known as Aryans or Indo - Aryans on the out skirts of the Harappan region. In this lesson,
we shall st
4. Describe the geographical distribution of Neolithic sites ?
Neolithic sites were spread over almost all the regions of Indian Subcontinent.
In the North Western region Mehrgarh is a classic site in the Kanchi plains of Baluchistan.
The excavations at M
Meghasthanese give an account of the city administration of pataliputra. The head of the city
was Nagarica and he was assisted by a council of 30 members. The council was divided into six
boards of 5 members each.
They looked after
leads to the second process i.e., (2) the subversion of delegitimization of pre-colonial indegeneous
Nature of colonial State :
The Britishers consolidated their colonial rule in Inda according to their ideas of what a colonial
Culture in India
Contemporary Cultural situation
Suppose you wokeup one marking to find yourself in a strange land, where people speak a
language you do not understand, wear different clothes, eat food you are not used to. You pr
2. The influence of culture on social and economic fields ?
A. Many of our cultural practices are influenced by our social and economic situation. The cultural
objects we produce and use are also often limited by our economic resources. None of us
Pots and pans, paintings, textiles, literature and food amongst other things are part of our culture.
In this lesson we will look at how some of these are produced, who produced them and who uses them.
1. Briefly discuss some of the regional Variations of the Mahabharata epic ?
A. A rich range of regional variations exists especially in the re-telling of our major epics the Ramayana
and the Mahabharata. It is well known that while valmiki w
Early people clapped hands, or beat the earth with sticks for rhythm to accopmpany songs
and dances. Gradually many kinds of drums and instruments came to be used. Garba from
Gujarat, Kathakali from kerala and Gidda, Bhangra from punjab are examples of f
which their massage has been transmitted through music, painting, story telling and through the
use of a variety of archietectural styles to build centres of worship.
1. What are the Jataka tales ?
A. Jataka tales are belonged to popular Folk
For the administrative Convenience and efficiency Akbar abolished the age old Jagirdari
system and divided the empire into 15 provinces under the subedar (or) Nizam. Again empire was divided into Sarkars, Paraganas and villages. The town administration w
The Medieval State
In medieval India, the emergence, nature and expansion of States will be discussed in this chapter.
The two major state formations discussed here are Delhi sultanate and Moghul empire. The medieval
rulers basically came
1. Explain the contribution of pallavas to the culture of South India ?
A. Pallavas who ruled South India made uniqe contribution to the cultural field and the cultural unity
of India was completed by pallava rullers.
Literature : Pallave rul
were made efficient. He meted out impartial justice even against the powerful and the great.
He prohibited sati and worked to relieve the distress of the poor.
3. Write a note on the 'Jagirdari System' of the Moghul period ?
In the Moghul period, the land
In the history of ancient India we may come acrosss many forms of society ranging from urban
civilization of Indus valley to the classical Age of Gupta Dynasty. During this period we see a hierarchy
of centrelized and decentra
pre-capitalist societies were dominated by landed wealth and the landed aristocracy. They
were crucially affected by capitalist industrialization, as and when it emerged in different parts
of the world.
As with changes in population and urbanization, cha
referred to as the raja of a Jana or a vis. In other words, the raja was not regarded as the raja of
a kingdom or a fixed territory. but of a group of people.
As we have seen, these rajas are not quite like those are familiar with. They have often been
This lesson will carry over the changes that came with Colonial expansion and capitalist industrialization in the 19th century into 20th century. We will see the acceleration and deepening of the social
3. What international institutions have been invented to supposedly equalize global trade
and development ?
A. During and after the second world war, the leaders of the Great powers recognised more
equitable global distribution of wealth as essential to w
Perhaps the most remakable achivements of the 20th century was the phenomenal growth of
science and Technology which affected and transformed every aspect of life from entertianment
and education to transport and communication at a very rapid pace during
1. What is meant by the term 'Cultural institutions'? Name some major institutions of
A. Due to the achivements of scientists and philosophers cultural changes took place in the field of
religion, folk lore, language, education syst
Cultural Change in the Twentieth Century
The 20th century is often remebered through its land mark events such as the Bolshevik Revolution, the world wars, Fascism and the liberation of Asian and African nations from colonial rule.
Professor Tony Clerc
Introduction to Government (PS-001)
April, 24 2012
Border Patrol and illegal immigration are very controversial in today political spectrum .
The term illegal immigration refers to the violation
On Jan. 1, 1863, the formal and definite Emancipation Proclamation was issued.
The President, by virtue of his powers as commander in chief, declared free all those
slaves residing in territory in rebellion against the
Hist 017 U.S. History
The Articles of Confederation was one of the earliest forms of government for
the infant United States. Although proven to be weak and inefficient, they were
written to keep the power of government from the hands o
MIDTERM EXAM HIST053 EVERYDAY LIFE IN SOUTH ASIA
4. Dasa slave/servant but used for local people (only in the earliest literature)
5. Census 1861, 1901, 1911, 1931 (Last Caste Data)
a. British forced people into cert