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HISTORY OF RED LIPSTICK đź’„

Red lipstick is a classic essential to every girl’s beauty bag. It’s fashionable 🌟, classy, and flattering, but it’s also a lot more. It’s audacious, daring, indisputably feminine, and visually stunning. Like its color, Red lipstick has a vibrant, turbulent history, steeped in centuries of significance. ORIGIN Many historians claim […]

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Egyptian Sculptures

Egyptian Sculptures- Egyptian craftsmen, whose aptitudes are best exemplified in form, viewed themselves basically as craftspeople. Inferable from their control and exceptionally created stylish sense, nonetheless, the results of their speciality have the right to rank as craftsmanship extraordinary by any principles. A great part of the enduring model is […]

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Art History

The three paintings shown are Madame de Pompadour 1756 by François Boucher, Mona Lisa 1503 by Leonardo da Vinci and The Girl with the Pearl Earring 1665 by Johannes Vermeer.  The first painting of Madame de Pompadour, was by Francois Boucher, it’s a Rococo painting and like other artists of […]

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SOCRATES

Socrates of Athens was one of the most famous figures in world history for his contributions to the development of ancient Greek philosophy which provided the foundation for all of Western Philosophy. He is, in fact, known as the “Father of Western Philosophy” for this reason. He was originally a sculptor who seems […]

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The International Day of Indigenous people

a broader definition is the fact that indigenous people are defined by their cultures which is at a steady loss across the globe. The most important thing is to treasure the fragments of their traditions that still remain. Because a rainbow is better a rainbow.

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TUTANKHAMUN – THE MOST FAMOUS PHARAOH

King Tutankhamen, popularly known as Tutankhamun, was born in the year 1341 BCE. “Aten’s living image” is the etymology of his name. He was crowned Egypt’s pharaoh at the young age of nine. He reigned from circa 1332 to 1323 B.C.E. as the 12th pharaoh of the 18th Egyptian dynasty. He […]

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India and her Handlooms

India presents a rainbow in manufacturing methods – right from the famous Benarasi Saree to the now almost extinct methods of making silk and woolen garments in the remote hills of Ladakh and Kashmir.

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The Hiroshima Day

people across the world – may it be Chinese, Indian, Pakistani, American, Russian, Israeli or North Korean(if they could read this) would agree that the rhetoric of a nuclear warfare is so blatant in these societies that a bunch of stupid people in the government can lead to a humanitarian and environmental crisis unprecedented in history.
The Hiroshima Day is a reminder of the powers of nature that man has been able to harness and the fact that these powers mean only more responsible behaviour is needed in all of us.

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Panchatantra : The Older Aesop Fables

In the modern day, when society is increasingly pushing itself and its members – including kids and adults into its new evolving definitions of justice, crime and conduct – Panchatantra offers a freshness of simplicity despite being 2500 years in age and in lore.

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Attilla The Hun

Attila was a warrior king of the Hun people who reigned in the fifth century. History remembers him as the most savage invader of the Roman Empire. Attila was supposedly born in 406 AD in present-day Hungary. He was the son of a powerful royal aristocrat of the Hun Empire. The Hun […]

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Petra

Petra and as the Nabateans used to call it “Raqmu” is one of the most famous cities in Jordan due to its archaeological and architectural history. The city is also known as the Rose City due to its pink rocks formations. Petra was established in 312 AC, and it became […]

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