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This is tutorial on temporary body art which is commonly practiced by Indian, Arabians, pakistanis etc. and that is made from Henna known as Lawsonia genus. It is usually geometrical shape, lines, leaves, etc and applied on palms and feet by females. It is also now sensation in singapore where lots of training institute have opened up. Traditionally, in India, this is applied to bride's hand and other female guests or in festivals (mainly hindu). This is considered as auspicious, revered and generally all females in these countries apply even if they are not Hindu.
5 Mar 2017
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Ram Navami 2017 is the most revered hindu festival in India. The festival celebrates the birth of Lord Rama, with Ram navami puja. Perform puja with ram navami puja vidhi
20 Mar 2017
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Om beach is the most famous among-st several other beaches present in the town of Gokarna at a distance of approximately 8 km from Gokarna. Two semi-crescent shapes that join together resembling the Hindu religious symbol ‘OM’ is the reason behind the name of the beach.
27 Mar 2017
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Amazing Last Rites of a Hindu Person perfomed in Kathmandu, Nepal. You can see a person's body burning to ashes here.
19 Apr 2007
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Hindu Burnt thousands of Muslims in Gujarat India... MUSLIMS UNITED NOW... Before it is too Late
15 Jan 2008
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Hindu Tokadiya Publicly Oppose Muslims in Gujarat India... MUSLIMS UNITED NOW...RASH
17 Jan 2008
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Muslims Who Escaped From Hindu Killers Explaining about Incident... MUSLIMS UNITED NOW... Before it is too Late
19 Jan 2008
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Learn how to do the hindu card glimpse
4 Feb 2009
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A hindu-arabic dance performed by Shadora & Oriental Theatre with single & double veil, Poland, Wroclaw, 2008
31 Jan 2008
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Check these girls singing in this edition of Get Wild at the Hindu College fest Mecca 07! http://www.minglebox.com/
6 Mar 2010
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Hindu temples World Heritage Site clip from “Gamelan, Garuda and Ganesh”, a free Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video of Bali and Java, Indonesia. It features Balinese dance, music, masks, shadow puppets, and a cremation ceremony; also Java’s Buddhist & Hindu World Heritage Sites and the Hindu epic Ramayana Ballet. To enjoy all of this film, plus over 30 more free, non-commercial, streaming travel videos from every continent, and still pictures, please click on Related Link below, which takes you to my Video Page; or ask a search engine for: Intrepid Berkeley Explorer
25 Jul 2008
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Hindu epic ballet clip from “Gamelan, Garuda and Ganesh”, a free Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video of Bali and Java, Indonesia. It features Balinese dance, music, masks, shadow puppets, and a cremation ceremony; also Java’s Buddhist & Hindu World Heritage Sites and the Hindu epic Ramayana Ballet. To enjoy all of this film, plus over 30 more free, non-commercial, streaming travel videos from every continent, and still pictures, please click on Related Link below, which takes you to my Video Page; or ask a search engine for: Intrepid Berkeley Explorer
27 Sep 2008
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10 May 2008
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Visit www.thespiritconnect.com for more New Age Videos, Articles and Discussion on Meditation, Yoga, Astrology, Accupuncture, Qi-Gong. Hindu art, unlike Buddhist art, shows the human figure curved, voluptuous and filled with potential motion. Parvati below is shaped and dressed (only in jewelry to emphasize her sexuality and a crown) like the Yakshi. Ganesha, the elephant-headed god in the center, is corpulent, the result of "good living." Vishnu on the right is portrayed with a fit, but soft body, and with four arms to show his many powers. The Indian artist had an entirely different starting point. He considered that the perfect human animal was an inadequate symbol for the beauty of the divine nature which comprehended all human qualities and transcended them all. It was only by meditating on the Ultimate Perfection that the artist’s mind could perceive some glimmer of the beauty of the Godhead. Mere bodily strength and mundane perfections of form are never glorified in Indian art. Indian art is essentially idealistic, mystic, symbolic, and transcendental. The artist is both priest and poet. In this respect Indian art is closely allied to the Gothic art of Europe – indeed, Gothic art is only the Eastern consciousness manifesting itself in a Western environment. But while the Christian art of the Middle Ages is always emotional, rendering literally the pain of the mortification of the flesh, the bodily sufferings of the Man of Sorrows, Indian art appeals more to the imagination and strives to realize the spirituality and abstraction of a supra-terrestrial sphere.
9 Jun 2008
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Top Rated Hindu Work at Home Video. Learn how easy it is to own your own home based business and work at home. If you want to work at home and own your own home based business, you need to see this video. We have 22 years of experience and owe our success to those we help succeed in their home based business.
1 Jul 2008
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