Ancient Culture

1,500-year-old mosaic uncovered underneath pilgrims’ hostel in Jerusalem reveals the 550 AD era

Did you know that early human ancestor called ‘Lucy’ was 3.2 million-year-old? Shocking, right? In fact, there are many ancient art and artefacts that still lie deep inside the earth bed. But one such archaic 1,500-year-old mosaic floor with a Greek inscription has been discovered in Jerusalem’s Old City recently. It is a rare discovery of an ancient relic and an historic document in one. ..

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Incredible India! Villagers in a remote village of Meghalaya call each other by “caller tune” instead of name

India is really incredible from every aspect. Music is so much embedded in the lives of Indians that a village in Meghalaya uses a particular tune to call others. Yes, the villagers of Kongthong don’t use the name to call each other but uses a whistling tone to communicate. Each of the 627 villagers has a unique tone. The unique tune is called 'Jingrwai Lawbei'...

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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami releases Korean version of "Thirukkural"

Fulfilling the poll promise of late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami today unveiled the Korean translation of the classic "Thirukkural". In 2015, late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa had announced in the State Assembly that "Thirukkural" would be translated into Korean language at a cost of Rs 36 lakh...

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Dalai Lama praises India, says can give knowledge of spiritualism apart from modernism

Today the world needs education of love, sympathy and friendship and not materialism. India can give the world knowledge of spiritualism also apart from modernism said Dharmaguru Dalai Lama at a Narmada Seva Yatra programme in Madhya Pradesh on Sunday. While praising the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan the Religious Leader said that Shivraj has done a commendable job in the field of environment and water conservation through the Narmada Seva Yatra in the state. He said that the ..

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