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The spicy recipes of Punjabi cuisine

14th April 2011
The spicy world of Punjabi foods are famous and make the mouth sizzle and drizzle with tasty feeling that last a long time with a feeling of Indian spice tickling your senses. The Indian taste of cuisines has been developed under the careful eyes of many ... Read >
Author: reena

Vedic-puranic proto-Sanskrit : as deciphered in the Indus script / Sambhu Nath Mondal

22nd February 2011
The exciting discoveries of Mohenjo-daro and Harappa in the 1920s established, incontrovertibly, the existence of a highly developed civilization – the Indus Valley civilization, during the 4th and 3rd millennium before Christ’s birth. Yet, sadly, there i... Read >
Author: A. Mittal

Bhubaneshwar,Orrissa,India

19th January 2011
The capital city of Orissa, Bhubaneshwar literally means The Abode of the Lord of the World. Bhubaneshwar is also popularly known as the "Temple City of India", it is the seat of ''Tribhubaneshwar"�� or ''Lord Lingaraj'', the Lord of the Thr... Read >
Author: laxmi singh

History of fashion: ancient egyptian accessories

16th December 2009
Jewelry and ornaments Ancient Egyptian attire, with the exception of nobility's garments, was simple and unadorned. Color and wealth were displayed through accessories, mainly jewelry, which both men and women wore. The simple white pleated clothing was... Read >
Author: Allen

Histrory of Fashion: Ancient Egyptian Dress

11th December 2009
Women's dress The Eighteenth Dynasty, which spans the time period from 1550 until 1292 BC, is probably the most famous of all the dynasties of ancient Egypt. This is the age of the rule of Tutankhamen, as well as of Amenhotep IV and his wife Nefertiti. T... Read >
Author: Allen

Finding Historic Old Rare Chinese Silver Coins

12th May 2009
For coin collectors all around the globe, one of the most extraordinary reveals that may ever be obtained in the market today are old rare Chinese silver coins. For one thing, you don't usually find rare Chinese coins from different dynasties in the local... Read >
Author: Christina Goldman

Ah, Goa!

09th April 2009
Got the taste of sheeth-kodi, vindalho, chicken xacuti on the tip of your tongue? Head to Goa. You have enough reason to. There is so much more to Goa than just the beaches. It has a soul which goes deep into unique history, rich culture and some of t... Read >
Author: ezeego

A country of the morning freshness

02nd May 2006
Korea is situated on the south of the Korean peninsula. It's a big country with a population of about 45 millions. Korea isn't popular among the immigrants and the most of its population are Koreans. Korea has a long and interesting history and the monume... Read >
Author: Elena Reboni
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