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Clothing

by Penelope Truce | Sep 28, 2009
Clothing customs affect styles. Their customs develop in a country as generation after generation of children learns what clothes to wear.
Hey! Let’s know something About Clothing !!!     All of you must have played the game called ‘Dress-Up’, sometime or the other. It involves dressing up and usually involves the act of impersonating someone. The type of clothes you dress up... »read more
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Terra Cotta

by Tina S | Jun 7, 2010
popular material for decorating arts and buildings since ancient time
  Terra Cotta is an Italian word, Terra means “Baked” and Cotta means “Soil”. In Latin is pronounced like “terra cocta”. Terracotta is a ceramic material that has been used for building construction and decorative arts since ancient times in cultures... »read more
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Secularism

by Tina S | Dec 2, 2009
What Is Secularism?
  Secularism is the ideology that requires the government to have no involvement or influence of religion (religions) in its policies and laws of the land. Secularism is a wider view to the world that assures the independence in connection with all its strengths, qualities, values and... »read more
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Know About Dreamcatcher

by Tina S | Mar 31, 2010
An ancient Chippewa tradition
  Dream catchers are based on the Native American tradition of hanging a symbolic web over a sleeping person to protect him or her from bad dreams. A dream catcher consists of a circular wooden hoop containing a handcrafted web design with a center hole. The bottom of the hoop features two... »read more
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Shaheed Minar

by Tina S | Feb 7, 2010
Shahed minar was erected in memory of the 21st february 1952 the great language movement in then east pakistan.
The Shaheed Minar is a national monument in Dhaka, Bangladesh, established to commemorate the martyrs of the Language Movement of 1952. Shaheed minar is located near the Dhaka Medical College in Dhaka, Bangladesh, the national monument known as Shaheed Minar, was established in memory of... »read more
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Food Adulteration

by Tina S | Mar 31, 2010
In The Context Of Bangladesh
  Adulteration: The addition of substances to foods etc. in order to increase the bulk and reduce the cost, with intent to defraud the purchaser. Common adulterants are starch in spices, water in milk and beer, etc. The British Food and Drugs Act (1860) was the first legislation to... »read more
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Wedding Ring

by Penelope Truce | Mar 22, 2011
An article that expresses meanings and traditions that can be embraced when the rings are exchanged.
There are many symbolic meanings that are associated with the exchanging of wedding rings through a wedding ceremony. Some select to express their love and vow in terms of the ring being rounded. With the circular shape of the wedding band they express their love as having no start and no end.... »read more
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Bangladesh

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Sep 16, 2009
-a land of Beauty
When I pronounce the word ‘Bangladesh’ it induces a magical feeling in my mind. It is probably very difficult to express how I feel and make you understand how it feels like to be a Bangladeshi or show you the numerous features that makes my motherland, so special... »read more
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Acid Violation In Bangladesh

by Tina S | Jan 17, 2010
Acid throwing is a barbaric fact in Bangladesh which causes to damage many valuable life..
    Acid throwing or vitriolage is a form of violent assault. In Bangladesh Acid throwing on girls and women is rising day by day.  Gender discrimination is the main cause of this dangerous crime in Bangladesh. Male are the top of society and females are placed at the bottom.... »read more
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Canada Day in Canada

by Serenity . | Jul 1, 2011
The anniversary of this date was called Dominion Day until 1982. Since 1983, July 1 has been officially known as Canada Day.
On July 1, 1867, Canada became a self-governing dominion of Great Britain and a federation of four provinces: Nova Scotia; New Brunswick; Ontario; and Quebec. The anniversary of this date was called Dominion Day until 1982. Since 1983, July 1 has been officially known as Canada Day. What do... »read more
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