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Ambala - Big Attractions from a Small Destination

26th October 2012
A trip to Ambala may not be the top priority in terms of leisure or holiday travel. However, the city has its own brand of small town old world charm and is reasonably located pretty close to popular tourist destinations in Haryana and Punjab. For instanc... Read >
Author: Ravinder Malik

Egyptian Amulets from Past to Present

20th October 2011
The Egyptian word for amulet is mk-t which means protection. It is also derived from the Arabic root meaning "to bear" or "to carry". The substances used to make Egyptian Amulets were believed to possess magical powers that would be passed on to the weare... Read >
Author: Fern Owl

Dandiya and Garba Festival in Gujarat

30th September 2011
Dandiya Raas is the most popular dance of Gujarat. The dance is so popular that it is performed not only in the state, but throughout India. Infact, it is a special feature of the Navratri festival. The festival is celebrated to pay homage to the nine inc... Read >
Author: gauravks

Qualities of Arya Samaj Marriage

09th May 2011
Arya Samaj Marriage in Delhi which was started by 'Dayanand Saraswati' in the year 1875 is governed by people known as 'Arya'. The marriage is based on the concept of Vedas, which is considered as the poetry of eternity in meta language. Unique feature o... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

Reviews of Arya Samaj Marriage

01st April 2011
Arya Samaj Marriage which was started by 'Dayanand Saraswati' in the year 1875 is governed by people known as 'Arya'. The marriage is based on the concept of Vedas, which is considered as the poetry of eternity in meta language. Unique feature of Arya Sa... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

Ganesha The Hindu God

19th July 2010
Ganesha, lord of beginnings and remover of obstacles, is probably the most worshipped divinity of the Hindu pantheon. With the head of an elephant and a human body that shows a protruding belly-the sign of Ganesha's fondness for sweets-the god is a centr... Read >
Author: Gertrude Green

Klunkung Bali

18th May 2010
Bali's smallest district Klungkung is located in between Gianyar as well as Karangasem, as well as includes a island of Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan as well as Ceningan. Klungkung itself is a busy town. Based upon a direct of a Governor of Bali Province up... Read >
Author: Damara

The Origin of Celtic Tattoos

04th May 2010
Tattoos based on celtic symbols are at least as well liked by girls as with men. I wouldn't be confounded though, if I've seen more women who chose Celtic tribal tattoos than brothers. Celtic tribal tattoos' patterns and art are cool thanks to the androgy... Read >
Author: Ronnie Bell

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

Traditional Birthday Gifts And Celebrations

02nd August 2009
Annual events celebrating the anniversary of someone's birth are a common feature around the world, but not all cultures are the same. As well as celebrating birthdays of friends and family, some cultures also celebrate the birth of a god or deity peculia... Read >
Author: jdanjer

Shani Dev, Shani Shingnapur, Shani Dev Temples, Video, MP3, Bhajan, Songs, Shani Mahima

08th April 2009
Many people do not believe in God. But I think when they will go to Shani-Shingnapur they will also believe in God. In Shani Shingnapur village, we can see the power of Shani dev. By the grace of Shani dev there is god but no any temple & there houses hav... Read >
Author: shanidevji

The True Meaning of Karma

14th October 2008
Karma is thought to be very much like the Biblical "...an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth...", or the more poignant, "...sow what you reap..." In physics there is a concept that supports the view that "every action has an opposite and equal reaction."... Read >
Author: Bruce Magnotti
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