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Pathu thoon or the 10 pillars at Madurai

It is our last evening in Madurai and our group has just finished touring the Thirumalai Nayak Mahal. We have one more halt to make before dinner — a shop selling the local Sungudi sarees —  and then board the … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Dec 7, 2016

memorial park

memorial park – the best offering you can give to your loved ones who have passed away. An appropriate place to commemorate the departure escort and they go to the eternity, as well as comfortable..
by hotel travel on Jun 4, 2016

Morocco Travel: 10 Tips for Visiting Morocco during Ramadan

If you are considering a vacation to Morocco during Ramadan or visiting a region with a large muslim community, the ideal way is to consider and understand the local culture and customs during this period.  Take a look: What is Ramadan: Ramada...
by So Moroccan on May 28, 2016

Lord of the Rings Travel Destinations

If you have ever needed an excuse to visit New Zealand, discovering the locations of the acclaimed Lord of the Rings trilogy is a good option. Of course, die-hard fans will not need an excuse to... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by Travel Toodle on Feb 3, 2016

BRING HEAVEN TO EARTH: Authentic meditation means focusing on self-expression rather than self-realization

IN ALL THINGS: When all of life becomes a meditation Every evening after work he descended into his small basement apartment, assumed a lotus position in front of a blank space of wall and...
by The Mindful Word on Dec 7, 2015

Four Pillars of Basement | Psycho Thrillar Movie – Poster, Wiki, Trailer & Cast

Four Pillars of Basement is a Psyco Thrillar Movie of Bollywood. Directed by Giresh Naik K & Produced by Gautam Bafana, Pravin Chudasama. Four Pillars of Basement Movie Wiki Four Pillars of Basement is a psycho thriller that shows human fragil...
by Bollywood Lover on Oct 19, 2015

Random Yarns Before Liverpool’s Visit – Transfers, Loans and Nigeria

Tonight, Arsenal will welcome Liverpool to the Emirates for their 3rd game of the season with Reds already with 6 points from 2 games. Benteke has opened his account for them but there is high hopes that he will be in Koscielny’s pocket till to...
by Soccergunz on Aug 24, 2015

Charity

On occasion someone will comment, either here or on my other popular writings, that I lack the objectivity of a journalist. This should be no surprise, really, since I’m in fact not a journalist and what I’m writing here is … Continue readi...

Don’t Be Fooled By His Boyish Smile…Made $10 Million.

I want to introduce you to Fred… If you didn’t know Fred, there’s no way you’d know he’s a traffic tycoon. But don’t be fooled by his boyish smile and unassuming manner, with over $10 million of sales of anything f...
by Internet Mastery Center Blog on Aug 16, 2015

And I’d Do It Again: Books We Wish We Could Read Again for the First Time

Sometimes a reading a particular book can be so amazing, so life-changing, or so personal, that when other people read it, you feel envious that you can’t experience it for the first time all over again. They’re not always the best ̷...
by Book Riot on Aug 11, 2015

DIGITAL INDIA : DREAM OR REALITY ?

  On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the ‘Digital India’ campaign, which aims to create a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. In order to understand the pros and cons of this campaign first we should understan...
by THE GIZTIMES on Jul 2, 2015

Articulated arm systems for gate motors

In the past few years there has been a noticeably growing popluarity of articulated arm systems for gate motors. Most reputable manufacturers offer several different types of this solution. By which qualities is this system characterized? In which ca...
by All about Gate Motors - blog on Jun 2, 2015

Pillars of Science

I sometimes wonder if science would have the appeal that it does, if it didn’t have religion to shock and awe. I’m thinking of not only the fact that The Humanist magazine quite often has a focus on religion, but … Continue reading →...

Charminar: The 4 pillar paradise in India

The 4 pillars of Charminar: A paradise in Hyderabad, India The Charminar was built as a commemoration to founding of Hyderabad and ending of epidemics due to water shortage in Golconda. It was built by Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah in 1591 as a 56 m high...
by Travel O Masti on Apr 21, 2015

A Dose of Nigerian Football, Another Pillars – Enyimba Show

The weekend draws closer with such alarming speed faster than Louis Hamilton’s Mercedes. It seems like yesterday that Arsenal scrapped a 1-0 win in the English Premier League and same week the political actions in Nigeria halted for the second...
by Soccergunz on Apr 17, 2015

Another Monday, Another Mixed Feeling

It is the beginning of the working week and it is a day to reflect on the immediate past weekend and see what was, might have been and will be. The Top4 in England scrapped out victories to make the closing stages of the Barclays Premier League inter...
by Soccergunz on Mar 23, 2015

Monochrome Monday: The Pillars of ILO

I took these images during my visit to International Labour Organisation (ILO) headquarters in Geneva (Switzerland). The ILO headquarters office has an impressive entrance of huge symmetrical colonnades. The ILO’s colonnades were […]...
by indahs travel photography on Feb 16, 2015

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 3: Stardust Crusaders Episode 28- The only actual fight until DIO

I look back at Anubis and see that it is one of the only few duel-style battles that take place in Part 3. Looking ahead in future stands, they only end up being puzzle like fights like before. I’m not trying to say they’re bad but it was...
by The Anime Tree on Feb 1, 2015

Black Metal Friday: “Birth and Death of the Pillars of Creation” by Agalloch

Agolloch is an avant-garde black metal band from Portland, Oregon, that utilizes elements of everything from folk music to shoegaze to prog rock. The band has been active since 1995, but has only released five full-length albums preferring to focus o...
by Geeks of Doom on Jan 16, 2015

The Big Picture: A sharper, more haunting Pillars of Creation

Does the image above look familiar? It's because the "Pillars of Creation" is one of the most iconic images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope -- except what you see in this post isn't the exact same photo taken in 1995. To celebrate the telescop...
by engadget on Jan 8, 2015


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