Culture
Giant Cat Drawing Found At UNESCO World Heritage Site In Peru

The geoglyphs created by the Nazca and Paracas cultures are striking reminders of Peru's rich pre-Columbian history and are considered archeological enigmas, as no one knows for sure why they were drawn, or so large and for so long. 

Peruvian archaeologists uncovered a 37-metre-long (120-foot-long) cat etching in a little-explored area of the country's celebrated Nazca Lines which is home to hundreds of gigantic geoglyphs dating back more than 2,000 years. 

The images on the ground are so big in size that the best way to get a full view of them is overflying them.

Animal cruelty not inherent part of Indian culture; hundreds of local deities proof of survival in harmony

Till a few decades ago, inspite of the culture of animal sacrifice and ritual hunts by tribals, it was, by and large, a peaceful country where people lived in harmony with animals and respected their lives.

Treatment of Leprosy by Sikh Guru Sahiban

Leprosy which is also called Hansen’s disease is a chronic and infectious disease which causes skin lesions and nerve damage. It mainly affects nerves, skin, eyes, lining of the nose, and peripheral nerves. With early diagnosis and treatment, this disease can be cured. But still in several countries including economically advanced countries like USA lepers still exist.

Sun Transit In Virgo Will Be Lucky For These Four Zodiac Signs. Are You On The List?

As the luminary and mighty sun has shifted its position and entered the earth sign, Virgo, on 16 September 2020 at 19:07 minutes, be rest assured that this movement is sure to bring about powerful changes in all the 12 zodiac signs. The sun is also considered one of the most powerful ‘Graha’ in the astrology universe and is often depicted as the driving force.

Parallel development of Hindi, other Indian languages under new education policy: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday said India's linguistic diversity is its strength as well as a symbol of unity and the new education policy provides for parallel development of Hindi and other Indian languages.

Three zodiac signs who are most selfless and always put others first

Have you ever paused to wonder how certain people are always eager to help those in needy, without any slightest expectations? Yes, every once in a blue moon, we stumble across certain people who shine with innate goodness and stop at nothing to lend a helping hand to the world. If you are lucky enough, you may also know someone personally who wants to make the world better for everyone with their actions and gestures.

Actress Kangana urges government for withdrawal of Karan Johar's Padma Shri

Actress Kangana Ranaut on Tuesday requested the government to take back the Padma Shri honour that has been conferred on filmmaker Karan Johar. 

Religion causes more conflicts among believers than establishing national identity and stability

A state becomes stable when the people living in it acquire what is called “national identity”, says Francis Fukuyama. Somehow, religion doesn’t help in this process of acquiring collective identity.

Art for art’s sake: Has the State failed its artistes?

When government coffers offer no relief, initiatives like #ArtMatters aim to bring artistes together to help a crippled art community.

On identifying ragas, and how the intoxicating and often frustrating challenge for a lay listener can become an obsession

Raga is a crest jewel in the world of melody, each raga offering possibilities for endless exploration with their limited melodic material.

45 years later, how Indira Gandhi's 1975 Emergency appears through the lens of the Films Division of India

When the Emergency was declared on 25 June 1975, the Films Division's resources were marshalled to defend the clampdown and sing the praises of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and her Twenty Point Programme.

The Rāma Story and Sanskrit in Ancient Xinjiang

The Tarim Basin (northwest of Tibet, which is the part of Xinjiang below the Tian Shin Mountains) was Indic in culture and it was a thriving part of the Sanskritic world; its people spoke the Gāndhārī language which many see as descended from Vedic Sanskrit, and the closely related Khotanese Saka. Perhaps the region to compare it most is Kashmir, to whose north it lay. There was also much interaction between the two regions with many scholars traveling from Kashmir to Khotan, and silk culture is believed to have passed from Khotan to Kashmir and then into rest of India.

The Relationship Between Art And Culture

Art and culture at their very core serve as some of the most significant, dynamic, participation, and social influences of human behavior and interaction. When put together, they have the ability to generate empathy, stir up dialogue, induce reflection and charter new relationships and ideas.

Know India-Lifestyle, Values & Beliefs

India is a diverse country, a fact that is visibly prominent in its people, culture and climate. From the eternal snows of the Himalayas to the cultivated peninsula of far South, from the deserts of the West to the humid deltas of the East, from the dry heat and cold of the Central Plateau to the cool forest foothills, Indian lifestyles clearly glorify the geography.

Bhagat Trilochan - The Sikh Seer of Past, Present, And Future Sikh Kitchens feed Delhi’s masses in virus lockdown. Even Government looks upto them for help Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Sacrificed His Life to Uphold the Right to profess one's Religion Punjabi Art and Culture 'Lockdown Wedding,' Where This Bride Wore Her Mom's Saree & Nani's Choker YATRA OF GURDWARA SRI HEMKUNT SAHIB: THE CHERISHED DREAM OF ALL THE SIKHS HAPPY MOTHERS DAY TO ALL.... Baisakhi: Celebration of Birth of Khalsa ఇదే నా పల్లెటూరు అంటున్న చికాగో ఆంధ్ర సంఘం Many actors and Bollywood celebrities participate in protests against CAA , NCR A lesser-known narrative of Ayodhya from 1857 — and the dispute PUNJABI CULTURAL SOCIETY PARTICIPATES IN CHICAGO THANKSGIVING PARADE ‘The Harmony’ launched in Chicago Sis Yatra of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib: Voyage of the Severed Sacred Head Sabarimala temple Gender equality activist Trupti Desai blocked at Cochin Airport Seminarians exhort writers to debate what really is ‘National Identity’? Why do the politicians want to control art, culture, cinema? Arabic poetic traditions and Awadhi culture are combined in Mir Anees’ marsiyas Pak, Indian poets co-authored book in two scripts Gurumukhi and Shahmukhi Ramzan Fasting enables promotion of spirituality and human excellence Sikh children wearing Kirpan denied theme park entry in UK Majestic Alwar City Palace in a state of neglect Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Sacrificed His Life to Uphold the Right to Profess one's Religion Why only Muslims need to be kept in a medieval time warp? 'Muslim woman has right to pronounce triple talaq' Gorakhpur’s history is of infinite stories Durga gives everything good luck, health, happiness, beauty, victory and fame, have faith Despite threats, Pak maestro singer Ghulam Ali performs to packed devotees at Varanasi Sankat Mochan temple Muslims themselves can ban triple talaq, polygamy Shiv Sena opposes Pakistani Ghazal virtuoso Ghulam Ali's performance in Varanasi