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Paigah Tombs
 
Paigah Tombs
Paigah Tombs or Maqhbara Shums Ul Umra, are the tombs belonging to the nobility of the Paigah or the Shums ul Umrahi family. They are located in Hyderabad, India, at Pisal banda suburb. This style of architecture is unique to the Paigah tombs
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Bhoga Nandishwara Temple

 

 

Bhoga Nandishwara Temple (Nandi Temple) AKA Bhoganandishwara Temple. The historic Nandi Temple is built around 4 to 9 AD. It is considered one of the holy sites of Hinduism in North Bangalore. It is a spectacular architectural masterpiece. The God in the temple is Bhoga Nandishwara another name of Lord Shiva. It is located in Nandi next to the Muddenahalli-Kanivenarayanapura region. The temple was renovated by Rathnavalli of Bana Dynasty is in Dravidan style. Sri. Arunachaleswara temple, nearby Boganandiswara temple built out soap stone, is another example where one can find fine Ganga, Chola, Hoysala style of architecture

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Human Experience

 

 

 

We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.

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Seeking In Time…

One problem with gazing too frequently into the past is that we may turn around to find the future has run out on us. Changing the world begins with the very personal process of changing yourself, the only place you can begin is where you are, and the only time you can begin is always NOW .  🙂

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The WEB..

Nature’s DANCE is a celebration of LIFE XPRESSING itself!

WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR..Progressing towards Love and LIGHT!

{{{OM  NAM :AH  SHIVA YA}}}

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Mahout and his Elephant!

Location : Bandipur Forest,India

Usually, a mahout starts as a boy in the ‘family business’ when he is assigned an elephant early in its life and they would be attached to each other throughout the elephant’s life.

The most common tool used by mahouts is a goad called anlius, or ankusha – a sharp hook used to guide a tamed elephant by prodding on the back of its head.

Sanskrit language distinguishes three types: Reghawaan, who use love to control their elephants, Yuktimaan, who use ingenuity to outsmart them and Balwaan, those who control elephants with strength and cruelty.