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The Famous Buddhist Festival Loy Krathong

07th November 2012
Loy Krathong which is also spelt Loy Kratong or Loi Krathong is probably Thailands most famous Buddhist celebration in the calendar. The Loy Krathong Festival dates back thousands of years. It started out as a time where people would pay their respects to... Read >
Author: Nick Ray

Logix Neo World - The demand for Noida real estate properties reaching new heights.

16th January 2012
Noida being part of National Capital Region (NCR) has gained valuable significance for being a preferred real estate destination. Many people are looking forward to invest in various types of properties in Noida. Noida abbreviated for New Okhla Industr... Read >
Author: Raveen

Why Stretching Ear Lobes is so Popular

13th January 2012
Stretching ear lobes is popular because it enables people to express their individuality, and choose for themselves how they want to decorate their body. This is not a new form of body modification, of course, since ear lobe stretching has been fairly com... Read >
Author: Brian Hopper

How to Decorate Your Quite Personal Paper Lantern

02nd August 2011
Paper lanterns are an cheap strategy to decorate a party or a festival. The lanterns are translucent and can be utilized to add soft glow for the two indoor and outdoor lights. Typically associated with festivals in China, the paper lanterns are also most... Read >
Author: geraldtudo81

How to Enhance Your Quite Own Paper Lantern

27th July 2011
Paper lanterns are an inexpensive technique to enhance a bash or a festival. The lanterns are translucent and can be utilized to add soft glow for the two indoor and outside lights. Usually associated with festivals in China, the paper lanterns are also m... Read >
Author: MarkApplegate

The Hand Gestures in Thai Buddha Statues Have Their Own Meanings

08th June 2011
Buddhism started in India hundreds of years ago. From India it spread to the rest of the world. The culture of Buddhism was absorbed by the new country instead of imposing itself on the country's own culture. Because of this, Thai Buddhism is different th... Read >
Author: christoperanastasio

Decorate your tables with Buddha Tabletop Fountain

16th May 2011
Have you ever discover that your lounge desk is plainly empty? Do you suppose your front room desk needs some ornament but you simply don't know where to begin finding the suitable decorations for it, and don't even know what particular decorations to pla... Read >
Author: Alexis Griffith

Ratnagiri,Udayagiri,Lalitgiri - Travel to Buddha's Kingdom

12th May 2011
The history of Buddha is a matter of contention amongst many historians. There is this group of old school of historians that stick to the fact that the enlightened one was born in modern day Nepal. While a group of recent historians and archeologists mos... Read >
Author: Sukant

Women's Genuine Religion Jeans - Are These Fake True Religion Jeans?

28th April 2011
Women's Genuine Religion jeans really are a hot item in the women's designer apparel marketplace correct now. Sad to say, when searching for women's Genuine Religion jeans you have to bear in mind that you will discover faux, phony, and fakes around creep... Read >
Author: Virgil Cantu

The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter - Long Range IR Cameras - Weatherproof IR Camera Manufacturer

13th April 2011
Narrative One day, while walking in the bamboo forest, an old, childless bamboo cutter called Taketori no Okina (?, "the Old Man who Harvests Bamboo") came across a mysterious, shining stalk of bamboo. After cutting it open, he found inside it a baby the... Read >
Author: sdevsd

US ownership privileges in Thailand

31st March 2011
Thailandís foreign ownership restrictions Thailandís Foreign Business Act (FBA) restricts non-Thai ownership of most types of business activities in Thailand to a maximum of 49%. The maximum foreign ownership limit of 49% is applied to a huge array... Read >
Author: RSM Thailand

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

Lakshapana Falls, a natural wonder

17th September 2010
The Lakshapana Falls located in the Nuwara Eliya area is among the most beautiful and celebrated waterfalls in Sri Lanka. With a height of 126 meters Lakshapana Falls has the distinction of being the 8th tallest in the island and interestingly the 625th t... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Meanings of The Different Fat Buddha Statues

06th July 2010
If you want the right Fat Buddha Statue for your home or garden, it is useful to know something of the Fat Buddha Statue meanings. The Fat Buddha was a wandering Chinese Zen Buddhist monk called Budai, always seen carrying a large cloth sack, which co... Read >
Author: Bondy

The Different Types of Religion

04th May 2010
Religion is a huge aspect in people's lives. For many people (2.1 billion), the top religion in the world is Christianity. However, there are other religions that all have millions of people in them. The top five different types of religion are Christiani... Read >
Author: barry goodknight
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