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Traditions and Lifestyle of Thailand Men and Women

15th June 2010
Thai greeting in Thailand folks do not typically say 'good morning', 'good afternoon', 'good evening' or 'good night'. They greet each and every other with the term Sawadee, and instead of shaking hands, they place their palms together in a prayer-like ge... Read >
Author: Mary Garcia

Neuroplasticity Exercises

15th June 2009
What are neuroplasticity exercises? Perhaps it would be helpful to know what neuroplasticity is. Neuroscientific dogma up until about ten years ago was that past a certain point in our lives, our brain did not change, we had what we had, and that was i... Read >
Author: Michael S. Logan, MS

Footprints of the Buddha

15th May 2009
Images of footprints made by Buddha are from the earliest Buddhist art forms. Another word used when describing Buddhas footprints is "Buddhapada", they are highly revered in all all Buddhist countries, especially Sri Lanka and Thailand, where the Buddha ... Read >
Author: J_Mac

A place worth a visit, the Ounalom pagoda

09th January 2009
The Wat Ounalom or the Ounalom Pagoda can be regarded as the most important pagoda in all of Phnom Penh, since it is the headquarters of the Buddhist patriarchate of Phnom Penh and was also the home of the Buddhist Institute and library until 1999. Wat Ou... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

'Swapna Yaatra' with J.P.Singhal

27th June 2008
J.P.Singhal (b.1934) is one of the most respected artists in the Indian art world. He began painting at the tender age of 16 in a culture and society where painting was not considered a valid profession. Being greatly gifted, he persevered against all odd... Read >
Author: Noopur Singhal
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