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Important Places To See In And Around Dharamsala While Spending Summer Holidays

11th July 2011
People take to spending the summer holidays in the cool weather of the Himalayas. The tourists seek to spend the summers away from the scorching heat of the plains and take to the hill stations. Dharamsala, in the state of Himachal Pradesh, is one such pl... Read >
Author: vinod kumar

Mantra for Love: Sopurkh

11th February 2011
There is a beautiful practice in the tradition of Kundalini Yoga called the So Purkh or Sopurkh that involves the recitation of a certain mantra 11 times a day. The So Purkh was given by Guru Ram Das, the 4th guru of the Sikhs, to women as a way of helpin... Read >
Author: Jeanne

Dharamshala Honeymoon Packages Dharamshala Vacation Tour Packages India Dharamshala Tour Packages Dh

06th July 2010
Tag- Himachal Pradesh - Dharmshala (Interesting tour for Honeymooner) In north India there are many places to visit. Among these places one of the best tourist place is Himachal Pradesh full of nature. This state is situated in North India bordered with ... Read >
Author: jamesjohn

What are the Reasons Why Did China Invade Tibet

19th May 2010
The motive why did China invade Tibet is unclear as of now. Groups from China, Tibet, and other parts of the world are still debating over the said issue and arguing about who's supposed to govern Tibet. Opinions are still varied and they have to trace ba... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Rudraksha Beads – Miracle seed for Health, Wealth & Prosperity?

26th November 2009
The word Rudraksha literally means the tears of Lord Shiva. In the physical form, rudraksha is the seed of the Elaecarpus ganitrus tree, which is commonly used for making Rudraksha Malas or Rosaries. The seed of this plant has a rough uneven surface wi... Read >
Author: rudrakshjapamala

Silk Scarves in the Tibetan Tradition ~ An Auspicious Offering of Good Intentions

02nd November 2009
In the Tibetan tradition, the offering of white silk scarves, called "khatas", symbolizes an auspicious offering of one's good intentions during the welcoming and commencement of new relationships. Khatas are also offered ceremonially to the deceased; per... Read >
Author: Reenie Vincent

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

LIVE AND LET LIVE RESPECTFULLY

18th April 2008
Initially while thanking to those institutions, Organizations and the individuals who have shown their faith in human rights and stanchly stood for the sufferings of Tibetans, we the International Human Rights Association express our deepest shock and Con... Read >
Author: dada

Shih Tzu - The Last Shih Tzu To Leave Peking

30th October 2005
The Japanese occupation of Peking in late 1937 stopped future dog shows. Breeding in Peking continued on a limited scale. There were a few accounts of Shih Tzu in Asia during this period of time. Mrs. Audrey Fowler of England was a great lover of the S... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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