Ancient tradition

Possible National Historic Site designation for Menominee lands angers UP lawmakers

Some Upper Peninsula state lawmakers are outraged by a recent decision by the State Historic Preservation Review Board to move forward with the process of adding land near the Menominee River to the National Register of Historic Places. This decision was requested by the Menominee Indian tribe, based in Wisconsin. The tribe considers the lands, which span Michigan and Wisconsin …

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Standing with the Word of God | Cardinal George Pell

QSome time ago, during his seminary days, a young priest friend of mine attended an introductory conference on Revelation and Scripture. The speaker told the class that there is a considerable distance between the true message and instructions of God and the texts we have in the Old and New Testaments. The lecturer wasn’t saying, like the superior general of …

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Governors of Goa and Gujarat launch natural farming project

Governor of Goa, PS Sreedharan Pillai in the presence of Governor of Gujarat Acharya Devrath today launched the natural farming project organized by the Department of Agriculture at Raj Bhavan Donapaula. Speaking on the occasion, Pillai said agriculture is the fundamental source of prosperity. “We have an ancient tradition of natural farming and have emphasized the need to continue it …

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The secret is out: now you can have a great hair day every day

Here’s your guide to a shiny, healthy and happy mane. Indian women are well known for their long, shiny hair, thanks to all those grandma’s tales we keep so close to us. For generations, we have followed age-old hair care traditions passed down through the bars of this secret knowledge. Secret Haircare has kept these age-old traditions and ingredients to …

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PENTAGRAM (aka MEZARKABUL) release Makina Elektrika album; “Damn The War” Lyric Video Streaming

Pentagram (aka Mezarkabul) has released their new album, Makina Elektrika (Sony Music), available via Spotify and Apple Music. A lyric video for the single, “Damn The War”, can be found below. Pentagram is a heavy metal band from Istanbul, performing since 1987. After several lineup changes over the decades, the band reunited with all former members for their continued stance …

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Onam 2022: Soulful and satiating, your sadhya is served!

Come Onam and visuals of vibrant floral pookalams (rangoli), women dressed in traditional kasavu sarees clapping their hands to the rhythms of traditional instruments rush to mind. But for most people today, both inside and outside Kerala, the lavish sadhya is what they instantly resonate with, when talking about the annual 10-day harvest festival that culminates with Thiruvonam on September …

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Is there any truth to the legends of the mighty Cyclops in Greek mythology?

The mysterious, one-eyed creatures revered in Greek and Roman mythologies remain one of the most fascinating of the oldest Mediterranean legends. The mighty Cyclopes were members of a race of giants and have been the subject of overwhelming assassinations throughout history. But, how much truth is there in the accounts of their existence? Although most Cyclops remain anonymous, ancient sources …

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Navigate the wonders of ancient Egypt

On the occasion of the centenary of the king by Tutankhamun discovery in the Valley of the Kings, Viking River Cruises has launched the Viking Osiris, an ultra-modern vessel designed specifically for Nile cruising. Egypt and the Nile offer a unique and attractive alternative to the more established and better known river cruises in Europe. Probably the longest river in …

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Roundabout | String words, pin to send notes of love, peace

At a time when the very art of writing is threatened by the ticking and clicking of digital media, artists are making a point of returning to the warmth of the human hand and the art of painting letters in a stylized form with a pen or brush. The experiments are numerous, and photographers and painters combine it with other …

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Saint-Pierre’s birthplace may be discovered by archaeologists

In a stunning claim, archaeologists believe they have uncovered the home of Peter and Andrew, primary disciples of Jesus Christ. A team led by archaeologists Mordechai Aviam and Steven Notley has unearthed a large Greek inscription in a Byzantine-era basilica from 1,200 years ago. The inscription refers to the donor “Constantine, the servant of Christ”, as well as an intercession …

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Pocahontas Puts The Lion King Production At A Major Disadvantage

In a 2017 interview with Collider, “The Lion King” co-director Rob Minkoff said Jeffrey Katzenberg had very high hopes for “Pocahontas” at the time of its development, believing it could be a contender. seriously at the Oscars. “The Lion King”, on the other hand, was described by Katzenberg as an early “experiment”, which in its own way was liberating because, …

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Imaginary landscapes | Arts and events

Photographer and sculptor explores worlds past and present in new exhibition LA Louver Artists have the power to create worlds, which is exactly what Sean Higgins does. Working with photography, collages, ceramics and Plexiglas, the artist explores landscapes, dreams and memories. The Los Angeles-based artist has returned to LA Louvre where he first exhibited as part of the group show …

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Pfizer CEO fell ill with Covid-19 after four vaccinations

Albert Burla fell ill with coronavirus after four vaccinations. Photo: Ferra Head of the American pharmaceutical company Pfizer Albert Burla was infected with the coronavirus. Vin gave four vaccinations with her formula. She feels well and has mild symptoms, wrote wine on Twitter. “I want to inform you that I have a positive result for Covid-19”, wrote the CEO. READ …

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Two more ships leave Ukraine, Turkish Defense Ministry says

KARACHI: The practice of stone craftsmanship in the region that makes up modern Pakistan is as old as Buddhism itself, but without government support and after decades of militant attacks that have scared off foreign buyers and stopped exports, the old art is practically lost. Today, a handful of artists and entrepreneurs are trying to preserve and restore dying craftsmanship. …

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Bonsai Show August 5-6 at Sherman Library & Gardens in Corona del Mar

a bonsai Come to Sherman Library & Gardens this Saturday and Sunday August 5 and 6 and discover the art of bonsai. The show will include an exhibition of exquisite miniature trees presented by the Orange Empire Bonsai Society and will introduce visitors to a variety of techniques and approaches. Following ancient Japanese tradition, the trees are intended to replicate …

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Lorcán Mac Mathúna and Daire Bracken discuss ancient Irish poetry and meter with Martin Hayes @ Masters of Tradition 2022

The Masters of Tradition festival takes place August 24-28 in Bantry, Co. Cork. Hosted by violinist Martin Hayes, this year’s festival concerts feature Kathryn Tickell, Lorcán MacMathúna, Daire Bracken, Cormac McCarthy, Aoife Ní Bhriain, Kate Ellis, Nell Ní Chróinín, Catherine McHugh, Caitlín Nic Gabhann, Ciarán Ó Maonaigh , David Power, Marja Gaynor, John Walsh, Steve Cooney, Derek Hickey, Stephanie Keane, …

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How love is shown across the world – Guardian Life – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

11 minutes ago Love involves a range of strong and positive emotional affection towards someone or something. Our culture greatly influences how we show our love for others, because culture is the social behavior of humans. People from different cultures around the world show love in different, sometimes bizarre ways. They are eleven… 32 minutes ago Nichelle Nichols, known for …

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The art of offering food with a gourmet basket | Newcastle Herald

The art of giving with a gourmet basket This is a commercial collaboration with Australian Gourmet Gifts. Choosing the perfect gift for a loved one can help strengthen relationships, remind them that they are loved, lift their spirits, and mend breakups. But the challenge is to find the right gift that speaks to everyone. Giving food sends a universal message …

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Top 5 Musical Compositions By Emmanuel Motelin With Deeper Meaning

These are the best musical compositions by Emmanuel Motelin that can take you on a journey out of this universe. Find a quiet place, relax and continue your journey!” —Emmanuel Motelin CANADA, July 26, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Emmanuel Motelin is particularly admired for his musical genre in the science fiction, ambient and cyberpunk genres. His motivation stems from so many …

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National Sleeping Head Day 2022: History, Meaning and Activities

National Sleeping Head Day is celebrated on July 27 every year and it is an original medieval Finnish tradition that is still followed today with the aim of washing away the evil of laziness. In the modern world the day tries to convey the message to people to go to bed early because it is the only solution to get …

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God is more committed to gender equality than we are

As the United States continues to grapple with the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs. WadeI can’t help but think of how the court used a legal system built entirely by men to reduce women – once again – to nothing more than a vessel to produce babies. I am a rabbi in a legal system that has excluded …

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The Christian Right’s version of history paid off on abortion and guns

Comment this story Comment Two landmark Supreme Court decisions in June hinged on history — one on abortion and the other on gun rights. The court’s conservative majority applied a nostalgic view of the past to make it harder to limit the right to carry a concealed firearm. Meanwhile, Judge Samuel A. Alito Jr. argued in the Dobbs vs. Jackson …

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First Look at Walkabout Theater Company’s US Premiere of STILL A QUIET AFTERNOON

Walkabout Theater Company and Steppenwolf’s Look Out series will present the US premiere of Still a Quiet Afternoon – a mythical musical tragicomedy about two people observing a multitude of apocalyptic happenings through their single window. Featuring performances by Walkabout ensemble members Katie Mazzini and Gabriel Thom Pasculli, Still a Quiet Afternoon will perform July 14-16, 2022 at Steppenwolf’s 1700 …

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A friendship that heals the planet

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Chinese designer Yi adds ethnic colors to international fashion

Silver jewelry designed by Longhong Ziwei Photo: Courtesy of Longhong Ziwei Inspired by the silver beads on traditional ornaments made by the Yi ethnic minority of China, a pair of “little lantern” earrings are crafted from finely hollowed out silver beads with soft arcs that weigh just 11 .7 grams. Another pair of ear drops, “Star”, made from rich layers …

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The Mykonos restaurant that combines tradition and innovation

A view of Noema Mykonos. Noema Located in a former open-air cinema, Nōema is a stylish restaurant, bar and concept store in downtown Mykonos. Using centuries-old Cycladic traditions, the menu leans on ingredients that are dried, fermented, sun-dried and flame-grilled, while the shop spotlights local and independent designers. Nōema is the Greek word for ‘meaning’ or ‘substance’ – how does …

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Mr Putin plays the religious card

AAn important factor in the Russian invasion of Ukraine is its religious aspect. It is understandable and essential that the focus on overwhelming suffering is making headlines. Yet, if we are to learn from this ongoing tragedy, we must face its multiple dimensions, one of which is religious. By his own admission, Vladimir Putin has found religion in recent years; …

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Reviving the Lost Art of Jewish Papercuts

Anna Kronick, ‘Dancing Rabbis’, cut-out silkscreen paper Few know today that the walls of many Jewish homes were once covered with intricate paper cuts. Overflowing with detailed ornamentation and religious symbolism, these works of art have decorated Jewish homes in Eastern Europe, North Africa and West Asia for centuries. Although some houses today have a paper-cut marriage certificate or ketubah, …

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What is Guru sangeet academy, school of music based in Delhi!

The Guru Sangeet Academy was established by Ustad Baljit Singh Namdhari, to keep alive the ancient tradition of Guru and Shishya (parampara) relationship in today’s world. In this music academy, students learn Indian classical music, Gurbani Kirtan (Classical) with raagas in its original form and rare Indian ancient instruments like Dilruba, Esraj, Taurus, Rabab, Tar-shehnai with Harmonium and Tabla. Although …

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The best museums in Porto

Lisbon’s northern rival, Porto is a vibrant river city of medieval lanes, sun-drenched squares and high vantage points overlooking the Douro. It’s also a city that loves the finer things in life: fine arts, football and wine. The city’s impressively diverse museums provide a useful introduction to Porto’s unique facets, from its centuries-old winemaking traditions to more recent triumphs on …

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Konavle – at the gates of Dubrovnik but millions of kilometers away

Discover Konavle This area of ​​Dubrovnik-Neretva County is as far south as you can get in Croatia. Snow-capped mountains, lush plains, spectacular beaches and an abundance of history and tradition. Konavle is often described as the Provence of Croatia, and there are certainly similarities. If you go to Dubrovnik by plane, you will visit Konavle because Dubrovnik airport is located …

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Treasure hunters share love of adventure and history in ‘Uncharted Expedition’ preview – St George News

ST. GEORGE- Legends of abandoned gold mines, hidden caches of Spanish silver and lost cities of ancient civilizations have long captivated residents of the American West, once drawing thousands of treasure hunters from near and far to explore canyons, caves and remote cliffs. Promotional photo showing a team of treasure hunters referring to a topographic map of their area, Washington …

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Rector (House for Duty) vacancy in East Anglia

A unique opportunity to serve as Rector of the ancient and beautiful Church of St Botolph in the heart of historic Cambridge on a home of duty basis. The Church has traditional and permanent links with the city and the dress. It stands at the old Trumpington Gate to the city and is committed to welcoming visitors, travelers and passers-by. …

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How to celebrate the Celtic tradition of the summer solstice

Trailblazery founder Kathy Scott examines our Celtic connection to the summer solstice, which is celebrated Tuesday, June 21. In Ireland, our ancestors understood the interconnectedness and how we relate to all things. The ancients marked the seasons and cycles of birth, death and rebirth in nature. They honored the eight pivot points of the Wheel of the Year with ritual …

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International Yoga Day 2022 Date, Theme, History, Meaning

On December 11, 2014, the United Nations proclaimed 21st of June as the International Yoga Day by resolution 69/131. International Yoga Day aims to raise awareness around the world of the many benefits of practicing yoga. Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice originating in India. The word “yoga” comes from Sanskrit and means to …

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Singapore-born filmmaker weaves dark twist on family duty in short film

When writer-director Leon Cheo was making his Indeed Rising Voices short film “The 25th Filial Exemplar,” he drew inspiration from old Hollywood films with terrifying portrayals of the parent-child relationship, both classic (“Psycho”) and unintentionally camp (“Mommie Dearest”). But his initial creative spark came from something much closer to home: an article he read about a man in China who …

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Evolution mechanics and new character details revealed

At the end of July 2022, Digimon Survive will be released on most major consoles and before that the game mechanics and story of the game have been explained. Recently, new details on how to evolve Digimons in Digimon Survive have been revealed, including a new character that will be introduced to the game. What is Kemonogami Folklore? “The indigenous …

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Come you minds

VScome you spirits are delighted to be the first professional theater company in years to rekindle The Haven amphitheater in Castlecrag with Romeo and Juliet and macbeth from Tuesday 21 to Sunday 26 June 2022. Which are Come you minds?Come you minds is an acting collective based in Sydney’s Lower North Shore and touring NSW giving new voice to the …

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Peter the Great ordered a beard tax to discourage Russian facial hair!

Peter the Great (1672 – 1725 AD), ruler of the Tsardom of Russia, was so determined to modernize Russia to European standards that he ordered all men to ditch their long overcoats and shave their beards. When his tough stance caused an uproar, he relaxed the rules and introduced a beard tax instead so men would have to pay for …

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Bangladesh’s historic coastal mosques are feeling the bite of climate change

Since the 15th century, the “mosque city” of southern Bangladesh, dominated by the imposing brick Sixty Dome Mosque, has been a place of pilgrimage for devout Bangladeshis and tourists alike. “I believe that if I wish for something and visit the mosque, Allah will grant my wish and I will see success in the future,” said Shofik Ahamed, a university …

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The alchemical origins of the bain-marie

According to ThoughtCo., the bain-marie is named after Maria the Prophetess, also known as Mary the Jewess. She would have lived between the first and third centuries and would be the first known Western alchemist. Although none of her writings survive, she is often quoted by the 4th-century alchemist Zosimos of Panopolis, and she is universally credited with the inventions …

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Ask the Clergy: A Look Back at 50 Years of Women Rabbis

June marks the 50th anniversary of the ordination of Rabbi Sally J. Priesand, the first woman in the world to be ordained by a rabbinical seminary, according to the Jewish Women’s Archives. This week’s clergy discuss the progress made by female rabbis over the past half-century and the challenges of achieving full representation and acceptance in a still predominantly male …

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Saving medicinal plants, a village cause in Indonesia

Residents of the Sumatran village of Muara Jambi strive to preserve their ancient practice of growing and using medicinal plants. The village is also home to an ancient Buddhist temple complex which may be linked to the herbal medicine tradition, but some fear government plans to restore the site could threaten the plants growing there. Other threats come from oil …

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The Great Exodus OE: Is there a good reason young Kiwis should stay?

Dileepa Fonseka is a Business and Politics Stuff Writer. OPINION: There are few things more embarrassing than being the last person dancing at a party after the music has stopped and everyone has moved on. Many New Zealanders are going through this right now as our social calendars fill with drinks, Facebook feeds are flooded with photos of people in …

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Why Some Ancient Societies Were More Unequal Than Others

This kind of first-degree offspring is extraordinary, having only been cited in royal families of the past led by god-kings such as the Egyptian pharaohs seeking to maintain a pure dynastic lineage. (It is known, for example, that Akhenaton married his eldest daughter, Meritaton, and much later Ptolemy II married his sister, Arsinoe II – hence his nickname, “Philadelphus” or …

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Every sport in the game, ranked

Earning instant rave reviews when released in late April 2022, Nintendo Switch Sports has finally filled the void left by the absence of Wii Sportss, allowing gamers to use the Joy-Cons as motion controls to compete in a series of interactive sports competitions. The game features six distinct sports for players to exercise and increase their heart rate including badminton, …

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Why the marriage register must evolve after marriages

Placeholder while loading article actions In March, Jé Judson was about to complete her doctorate in public health and sent her friends a link to a registry to celebrate. Compiled on Zola, a popular wedding registry website, it was full of random and practical things: gardening supplies, new luggage, a “funds” option for friends to help her attend college lectures. …

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Iconic Peruvian Foods You Must Try Before You Die

Ceviche, the national dish of Peru, consists of cubed white fish (e.g. sea bass, redfish) that have been marinated in lime or lemon juice and seasoned with chili peppers and cilantro. While this iconic dish is made with the freshest seafood possible and isn’t cooked in the traditional sense, it isn’t technically raw either. Interestingly, the acid in lime juice …

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Carrying on the tradition: the manufacture of felt in the spotlight

Felt is a fabric made by rolling and pressing woolen fibers while applying heat or moisture. This textile, used in the production of a diverse range of items from blankets to clothing, is one of the oldest products and perhaps the oldest fabric known to man. It’s no surprise that felt has had a long and significant history in the …

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What Samuel Alito is wrong about English common law

And for the court’s Catholic judges, it makes even less sense to deny rights based on what pre-revolutionary English jurists once thought. For about a century and a half before American independence, the English legal system imposed a wide range of civil and religious restrictions on English Catholics who had refused to convert to the Anglican faith. Catholics were repeatedly …

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krishna kunj: Cg to promote planting through Krishna Kunj | Raipur News

Raipur: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has announced the development of ‘Krishna Kunj’ in all municipalities in the state on a plot of at least one acre which would have trees like peepul, neem and the banyan tree and would signify the cultural importance in people’s lives. The Chief Minister has ordered all District Collectors to initiate the allocation of …

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Sean from the South: Fried Glory

By Sean Dietrich, Sean of the South Remark In my family, there was really no difference between religion and fried chicken. The two elements went hand in hand. When you attended religious events, you ate fried chicken. Any other dish bordered on paganism. Sean Dietrich (Photo courtesy of seandietrich.com) We did not meet, for example, at covered Baptist suppers to …

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The Dangers of Holocaust Denial: Chronicle

We are in a climate where the truth can be threatened. Too often this is a partisan issue and our highly charged political environment is ripe for distortions and inaccuracies about the past. It’s dangerous. We can’t learn from history if we don’t know the facts about what really happened. It is in this political milieu that the veracity of …

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SAR Academy makes matzoh | The Riverdale Press

BY STACY DRIKS The SAR Academy hosted its fourth annual matzoh-making factory two weeks ago. Students and families have created a momentous occasion for themselves to produce an 18-minute kosher Shmurah matzoh by hand. This matzoh is wheat kept in its harvest and is meant to be eaten only on the first day of Passover, fulfilling a religious duty. Baking …

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Indian educational institutions must regain their old reputation and make them world-class: Vice President Naidu

Bilaspur: Vice President Mr. Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday stressed the need to make educational institutions world-class and promote research and innovation to restore India’s ancient reputation. Addressing the third convocation of Atal Bihari Vajpayee University (ABVU) Bilaspur through a pre-recorded video message, the Vice President said that he expects the university to undertake research on popular culture, traditions, arts and …

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PM Modi lays foundation stone of WHO Traditional Medicine Center in Jamnagar

Prime Minister Modi on Tuesday laid the cornerstone of the WHO World Center for Traditional Medicine in Jamnagar, Gujarat. World Health Organization Director General Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus and Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth were present at the event. The Indian-led center will be the first and only global outpost of traditional medicine across the globe, aiming to become an …

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Pandav Lari: rediscovering ancient architecture

Even when entering these crumbling complexes. These great remains with their porches and pediments have remained more from Greece than from India, and it is hard to believe that a style of architecture which differs so much from all Indian examples and has so much in common with those of Greece, may have been due to chance only this striking …

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Osterhase, Eostre or pysanky – it’s always Easter

As Easter approaches, religious and non-religious American families prepare to celebrate. In a way, it’s about his mixed background. A minister once told me that Easter is the holiest of all Christian holidays – the day Christians celebrate the ascension of Jesus Christ into heaven, and a story almost every American is already very familiar with. Like other major Christian …

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French brewers return beer to its feminine roots

When Vero and Vero started making beer, they thought they were part of a new trend of women asserting themselves in an industry traditionally dominated by men, only to discover that beer actually had ancient roots. feminine. “We were just two women who loved beer and wanted to do something on their own,” says Véro Lanceron, 44, co-founder of Y’a …

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Yitziyat Mitzrayim and the Pedagogy of Passover

“You will observe the [Feast of] Unleavened bread, for this very day I brought out your ranks out of the land of Egypt; you will observe this day down through the ages as an institution for all time. (Exodus 12:17) Itsiyat Mitzrayim—the Exodus from Egypt – was a monumental milestone in the history of the Jewish people. Rabbi Irving Greenberg …

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Palestinians overcome hurdles to unearth ancient treasures in Gaza

A few meters from the Mediterranean coast, archaeologists from Gaza unearth ancient wonders in the Palestinian enclave. “There is a saying that Gaza is above the treasure,” said Nemaa El Sawarka, a guide and archaeologist working at Saint Hilarion Monastery. The monastery south of Gaza City is considered one of the largest finds in the Middle East. As students stroll …

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Happy Gangaur Teej 2022 Wishes and Greetings: Maa Gauri Images, HD Wallpapers, WhatsApp Status, Telegram Quotes and Goddess Parvati Photos for Gauri Tritiya Celebration

India, land of celebrations, is a mixture of different cultures. Different states have their own cultural impact and this gives us the opportunity to celebrate several festivals at once. Rajasthan celebrates Gangaur in a grand way, with great enthusiasm. Not only Rajasthan, but all states where Marwaris live, celebrate this festival with traditional customs and happiness. According to the Hindu …

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Ivy League makes its presence felt in the men’s NCAAs

2022 NCAA DIVISION I MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS The Ivy League has a long tradition of swimming, with former US Olympians like Bobby Hackett, David Berkoff and Nelson Diebel, among others, all having called the Ivy League home. At the team level, Yale was a historic powerhouse under legendary coach Robert Kiphuth, winning four NCAA tag team titles between …

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MPs expected to contribute Rs 5 crore each to MPLADS funds to help rehabilitate Kashmiri Pandits: AAP member

On Friday, AAP member Sanjay Singh suggested that all MPs contribute Rs 5 crore each from their MPLADS funds to help rehabilitate Kashmiri Pandits. Participating in a discussion in Rajya Sabha on a resolution proposed by BJP MP Rakesh Sinha urging the government to establish research foundations at state and district levels to revive the glorious tradition of ancient Indian …

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Kauaʻi taro farmers defend measure that could change Hawaiʻi’s water leasing process

Taro cultivation in Hawaiʻi is an ancient native Hawaiian tradition with modern challenges ranging from invasive species and predators to land loss and water loss. In the Waiʻoli Valley on Kauaʻi’s North Shore, a group of taro growers are pushing for potentially game-changing legislation for taro growers across the islands. Every day you’ll find 86-year-old Clarence Kaona, also known as …

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SRM University signs MoU with HET

To facilitate staff training, in-depth faculty training and other workshops on inner wellbeing, SRM University Andhra Pradesh Campus on Saturday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Heartfulness Education Trust (HET) . The collaboration aims to promote preventive health care and mindfulness practices. HET advocates the integration of ancient tradition with modern scientific understanding through workshops, student internships, Heartfulness leadership conclaves/panels, …

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