Thus, the curious late Victorian and Edwardian spectacle of British royals and other dignitaries being photographed standing aside dead tiger carcasses depicted the staging successful conquests of Indian nature by “virile imperialists”. During the British rule, tigers were killed by the native for their safety, although the strategy was primitive. The British during the initial period before the advent of high velocity hunting rifles adopted the strategies either by waiting for it overnight in sometimes very uncomfortably manchas constructed in tall trees, usually fifteen to twenty feet above the ground, or else to beat for the animal during the middle of the day while riding
The discovery only made the researchers more curious about Tutankhamun and what happened to the young pharaoh, including his unknown way of death. Despite the conspiracy theories behind King Tutankhamun’s death, the real reason behind his death was disease and not murder. Tut’s tomb which was discovered in 1922 and had been able to avoid the plunders of tomb raiders
On the back wall of his tomb, a painting showed Tutankhamun fighting in a battle. his face was pulled back into a look of focus that showed he fought for his country and would die for his people even if it was not an accident. Behind him was a large cluster of his people that he would have called his ‘army’. In addition to this hundreds of bows and arrows were found stashed in his tomb which not only would he have used to fight during the war but also would assist him in the afterlife. His medical examination gave viewers an insight into his injuries and they found he suffered from a knee injury.
The Buddhist Goddess Vasudhara, translated Vasundhara, is a sculpture from Nepal during the late twelfth century, now in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Vasudhara is most commonly known for her wealth prosperity, and abundance. This piece is recognizably from Nepal because of the six-armed form of Vasudhara which is almost exclusively found in Nepal. This sculpture originated in India but has been adapted by the Nepalese people.Vasudhara is also known as the Goddess Lakshmi, however, she goes by many other names as well. This sculpture is in almost perfect condition except for a missing jewel in her crown and the center jewel in her belt around her waist.
According to the famous mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik who gives crude exponential explanation to the infamous subject of animals in Hinduism he says “Animals play a critical part in Hindu mythology. Some serve as symbols to communicate metaphysical ideas. Others, as in the story earlier, are animal forms of the divine. Most commonly they serve as `vahanas’ or vehicles of the gods.” This stands true for Elephant named Airavarta who is the ‘vahan’ of Indra. Airavarta; whose name means “the one who knits or binds the clouds” goes on well with the myth that Elephants are capable of producing clouds.
B. The Hutus killed Tutsis with machetes, almost every person had a machete C. Habyarimana’s NRMD party (National Revolutionary Movement for Development ) was the main organizer of the genocide. D. Habyarimana’s E.The Hutus had killed over 800,000 people during this time almost all of them were Tutsis VI. Body Paragraph#4: Who was killing? Just rebels?
The third one is, Varaha (The Boar), that raised the earth from the bottom of the sea. The fourth one is Narsimha (The Loin Man) who defied classification and overpowered mortals who seek to outwit death. The fifth one being, Vamana (The Dwarf), who claimed the sky from the gods and buried the demons in the underbelly of the earth. The sixth avatar was of Pashurama (The Angry Man), the priest who turned to violence to kill unrighteous kings and unchaste women. The seventh avatar was of the Lord Ram (The perfect man; the king of Ayodhya) who uploads old rules at the cost of personal life.
Content-Link2 Haridwar Haridwar is an ancient pilgrimage site situated in the foothills of the shivalik range in Garhwali Himalayas. Haridwar is the place where the river Ganges enters the plain areas of north India after flowing 250 km from its origin Gurumukh (Gangotri Glacier). And this gave the city an ancient name “Gangadwara”. Haridwar isbelieved to be blessed by the presence of all three major Gods of Hindus namely Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar. Hence its often called the “Gateway to God”.
It tells the story of Rama (The seventh avatar of the Hindu supreme god Vishnu) whose wife Sita was kidnapped by the king of Lanka (Current Sri Lanka) and his name was Ravana. This myth defines the culture and style life of Hindu people, it also explores human worries, concerns, values, in a dramatic concept. This myth has great influence on Hindu life and culture. It is not just a story it presents the teaching of ancient Hindu Mentors in narrative story. This myth represents moral and religious elements as one can notice the hero’s of the story Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharata, Hanuman, and Ravana are all faithful and conscious of the Indian and Nepal culture.
For example, Palmyrah tree is the Sthala Vriksha of Panangatteeswarar temple, Panaiyapuram, Villupuram District, Patteeswaraswamy temple (Perur), Coimbatore, Vedhapurishwarar temple, Thiruvannamalai District, Nallinganeswarar temple, Kancheepuram District and Vaishnava temples in Thimmarajapuram and Tirukurungudi in Tirunelveli Districts. The practice of worshiping “Panai” is also prevalent among a section of people in Kannyakumari, Tirunelveli and Ramanathapuram Districts. Likewise, villages are also named with the prefix –Panai like Panaikulam, Kurumpanai, Kunjapanai, Panaiyur, Panaiyapuram etc. (Panchavarnam. R,