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English Language Learning For Beginners.

16th May 2012
Who says English-language learning is for toddlers or grade school kids? English may be a universal language just like math is to scientists, but it does not mean that it is the most widely spoken . It’s not however the reason why you can hear an English-... Read >
Author: waqas

Top Most Wedding Dresses

12th March 2012
The proverbial adage “clothes maketh a woman” is so very untrue for be it a man or a woman, who doesn’t want to be the attention magnet, the head turner on one’s wedding day. Indeed clothes maketh a man as much as it maketh a woman. In order to don tha... Read >
Author: indian786wedding

A Short Look On The History Of Numerology

28th October 2011
Numerology has a very straightforward premise and it is that numbers have more meaning than what a lot of people assume. It has had a long and rich history and it has been utilized by civilizations around the world, both modern and ancient. Each will offe... Read >
Author: jonesspores

karen millen dresses sale In the long run

12th August 2011
cheap karen millen dresses sale Let no one think that either one or the other is less patriotic. A simple home made remedy for this is applying a mixture thats made If I were a Hindu it would have been difficult to survive.hermes: Aging is something that ... Read >
Author: nimeilidongren

Where To Find Great Looking Indian Wedding Cards

29th July 2011
What is it about Indian weddings that make them so glamorous? The traditions, the cultures, the rituals, and the colors. The first taste of that age-old tradition comes in the wedding cards you send out. Each card draws motifs from its own religious and c... Read >
Author: gardnerwilkinson

History of Goa- Goa under Portuguese ruling

25th May 2011
A history of Goa would be shortened without a description of its Portuguese heritage. The Portuguese invasion of Goa occurred during the year 1503. Since then it has been a tumultuous history- culminating within the freedom of the land in the year 1961. ... Read >
Author: Peter Rauch

Indian astrology: see what this tell about your future?

31st March 2011
Basically Indian astrology which is one of those educations of star through which human were connected from years is divided into three further branches. Those three branches are Siddhanta, Samhita and the last one is Hora. All of these define astrology i... Read >
Author: aaalize

Thang Ta: A journey (Through the history of Kangleipak) from an ancient combat art to a popular mode

17th January 2011
Thang Ta: A journey (Through the history of Kangleipak) from an ancient combat art to a popular modern sport [2nd section] -4th Part- (a) Wizard of Thang Ta – Paona: Coming back to the reign of Meidingu Chandrakirti, there existed one of the gr... Read >
Author: HanjabamCha Barun

History of The Elephant Pearl

02nd December 2010
You may not have ever heard of the Elephant Pearl but this particular pearl has a rich history. The Elephant pearl is recovered from the soft tissue pulp that makes up the tusk of the African or Asiatic elephant. This particular gem does not develop from ... Read >
Author: damonieheal

Consumer Protection and the Manu Smriti

10th December 2009
This article reviews the importance of consumer protection issues as laid out in Manu Smriti. Manu Smriti or manusmriti, a semi-religious hindu text written 800 years or so before christ, sets forth guidelines on various aspects of consumer protection suc... Read >
Author: Consumerdaddy

The largest religious gathering of women in the world

05th November 2009
As per the Guinness Book of World Records, the world famous Attukal Pongala held at the Attukal Bhagavathy Temple in Trivandrum, Kerala, Southern India is the largest religious gathering of women in a single place on a single day in the world. Many local ... Read >
Author: kpm111

Yoga: what are "Buddhi and Ahamkara"?

14th October 2008
Manas, Buddhi and Ahamkara are the three different sides of a triangle,' which is called Chitta. The Chitta is not a fourth, but the sum of the three: Manas, Buddhi and Ahamkara. This is the old idea of a trinity in unity. Over and over again H. P. Blav... Read >
Author: Owen Jones
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