Rising may refer to:

In art and media:

  • Rising (novel), the last novel of R. C. Hutchinson
  • The following albums:
    • Rising (Rainbow album)
    • Rising (Donovan album)
    • Rising (Yoko Ono album)
    • Rising (Seraphim album)
    • Rising (Stuck Mojo album)
    • Rising (Great White album)
    • Rising (The Go Set album)
  • "Rising" (Stargate Atlantis), the series premiere of the science fiction television program Stargate Atlantis
  • "Rising" (Dark Angel), an episode of the television series Dark Angel

In architecture:

  • The Rising (9-11 memorial), a Westchester County, New York memorial to the victims of the September 11 attacks.

In computing:

  • Metal Gear Solid Rising, a video game in the Metal Gear series
  • Rising, a Chinese anti-virus company

In cooking:

  • Rising, a stage in baking (see Proofing (baking technique))

In geography:

  • Rising City, Nebraska, a village in Nebraska, USA
  • Rising, the flow of water to the surface from underground (see spring (hydrosphere))

In history:

  • Rising, a synonym for uprising or rebellion
  • The 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin, Irish Rebellion

Famous quotes containing the word rising:

    Politics are now nothing more than means of rising in the world. With this sole view do men engage in politics, and their whole conduct proceeds upon it.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    Removed from its more restrictive sense, masturbation has become an expression for everything that has proved, for lack of human contact, to be void of meaning. We have communication problems, suffer from egocentrism and narcissism, are frustrated by information glut and loss of environment; we stagnate despite the rising GNP.
    Günther Grass (b. 1927)

    Americans are notorious for looking to their children for approval. How our children turn out and what they think of us has become the “final judgment” on our lives. . . . We imagine that the rising generation is rendering history’s verdict on us. We may resent children simply because we expect a harsh judgment from them.
    C. John Sommerville (20th century)