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Tribal dragon tattoos always cause a sensation

11th November 2010
Tribal dragon tattoos have a certain mystique which is hard to ignore. Ancient myths and legends of supernatural, winged reptiles have given dragons a reputation to live up to. Their fluid, serpentine shape and aggressive reputation has given the wearer o... Read >
Author: Tom S Stevens

OVERCOMING YOUR ORGANIZATION'S GROWING PAINS: 5 STEPS TO MOVE FROM ADOLESCENCE TO MATURITY

16th April 2010
Managing a fast growing, flexible, successful organization is like riding an exciting roller coaster for everyone involved - the entire team is motivated, customers are ecstatic, myths and legends are being built, and life is good. Unfortunately - and ... Read >
Author: Les McKeown

Benefits of Tulsi and Use of Tulsi leaves

09th April 2010
The Tulsi or the holy basil is an herb characteristic to the Indian religion and culture. This has assumed huge religious significance over thousands of years.  In fact its religious meaning far surpasses its medicinal and other (condimental) uses. A... Read >
Author: Dr. Sarkozy Mikal

Brave Dog Names

09th October 2009
In many cases, the dogs display such brave, fearless, and courage attributes. Dogs bravely protect the home, compound, territory, and master. Here are good names that relate to brave, fearless, and courage.The sight of hesitation, sound of heartbeat, and ... Read >
Author: Dennis Estrada

Jaipur Gems | Jaipur Gems Chennai | Alluring Gems

17th September 2009
A gemstone is the naturally occurring crystalline form of a mineral, which is desirable for its beauty, valuable in its rarity and durable enough to be enjoyed for generations. There are more than 40 popular gem varieties and many rarer collector gemston... Read >
Author: Sita

Three Reasons For You To Get Sanskrit Tattoo Designs

03rd December 2008
Getting a new tattoo for yourself? Try Sanskrit tattoo designs. Why? Because Sanskrit is a very ancient language. It came from India and spread to the rest of the world, becoming the root of a number of modern languages. Now, Sanskrit itself is a dead lan... Read >
Author: Calvin
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