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Car Rental Rajasthan A Deep Glimpse Over India Tours

29th June 2012
Car Rental Rajasthan is aptly identified as the "Land of All Seasons". The country's exquisiteness beckons, variety amuses, tradition talks and culture echoes. India is really a majestic place where tourists can explore an array of treasured experiences. ... Read >
Author: My Holidays

Body Painting

29th March 2012
There is something quite enchanting about body art. Intricate and delicate motifs, interlocking geometric forms and tiny flowers characterize the art in its most traditional form. Practiced for centuries in the Middle East, India and Africa, body art was ... Read >
Author: jonhope

next year Prom Suits: Why You Will Like Prom Outfits Along with Thigh-Great Slits

19th March 2012
Let's examine thigh-high slits which are another remarkable trend that you'll enjoy if you're shopping for Next year prom dresses. There is only one word to describe this feature. Dramatic! If you have been to prom before, or are just be prepared for your... Read >
Author: Angla Marlowe

Satya Paul collections are inspired by nature

07th June 2011
Satya Paul was born in Pakistan and came to India during the partition. Satya Paul is the founder of the two best fashion stores in India i.e. Heritage and L’affaire. These stores are very popular since the 70’s era. It is Satya Paul’s son Puneet Nanda an... Read >
Author: fashion.label24

A Short Biography of Artist Banksy

01st February 2011
Are you interested to know about Banksy, his profession, the kind of artist Banksy is and why has masked himself in the crowd? The questions are never-ending and the list could be much longer. This article helps you know certain things about Banksy. Ma... Read >
Author: Nick

Gamelan - Precision Fasteners manufacturer - Hydraulic Couplings

20th August 2010
History of Gamelan Music Musicians performing musical ensemble, bas-relief of Borobudur. The gamelan predates the Hindu-Buddhist Emma culture that dominated Indonesia in its earliest records and instead represents a native art form. The instruments deve... Read >
Author: loyaoo

Effect of Indian Paintings and Religious Believes In Indian Art

08th July 2010
Unnecessary to say, India is an earth of variety and this is a nation with a wide range of variety in region, culture, language and religion. The varied nature of India has affected the nation's arts as well. If you learn about the Indian arts correctly t... Read >
Author: shyam thapa

Visual Arts Is Important In Schools

06th June 2009
Visual arts are a class of art forms that include: painting, sculpture, photography, and other disciplines that focus on the creation of artworks which are primarily visual in nature. Visual arts are said to be important in schools since they tend to deve... Read >
Author: suegold

He Xiangning Art Museum

03rd June 2009
The He Xiangning Art Museum is located in Shenzhen and operates between 10 am to 6 pm, on Tuesday through to Sunday. On Friday's, entrance to the museum is free and contemporary artworks are on display. The He Xiangning Art Museum is China's 2nd national ... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Footprints of the Buddha

15th May 2009
Images of footprints made by Buddha are from the earliest Buddhist art forms. Another word used when describing Buddhas footprints is "Buddhapada", they are highly revered in all all Buddhist countries, especially Sri Lanka and Thailand, where the Buddha ... Read >
Author: J_Mac

Traditional forms of Ife art

06th December 2006
When one considered the sheer breadth and size of the African continent it is easy to see why so many unique and diverse forms of art originated there. Ancient, as well as modern black artists of Africa relyheavily on the natural resources found in their ... Read >
Author: Maigida

Filigree Sterling Silver Jewelry Through History Part II

03rd October 2006
Filigree Sterling Silver Jewelry History Part II– 1000 A.D. To 1900 A.D. Definition n. Filigree /filligree/:From the Latin 'Filum', meaning 'Thread', and 'Granum' meaning 'Seed'. Filigree is the art of curling, twisting and plaiting fine pliable thr... Read >
Author: David-John Turner
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