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5 Days of Diwali/Deepavali – The Festival of Lights … from Vishal Gudka

Deepavali, The festival of lights is celebrated on Amavasya, the 15th day of the dark fortnight of the Hindu month of Ashwin. Each day of the 5 day festival has its own significance with a number of myths, stories and beliefs. DHANTERAS The first day is called “DHANTERAS” or “DHANTRAYODASHI” . The word Dhan means wealth. On this day Lakshmi Puja is performed in the evening when tiny diyas are lit, to drive away the shadows of evil spirits. A…

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Food as Medicine from Kumar and Vishal

Food as Medicine from Kumar and Vishal HEADACHE? EAT GINGER! Ginger also reduces inflammation and pain. UPSET STOMACH? BANANAS – GINGER!!!!! Bananas will settle an upset stomach. Ginger will cure morning sickness and nausea. TO PREVENT STROKE DRINK TEA! Prevent buildup of fatty deposits on artery walls with regular doses of tea. (actually, tea suppresses my appetite and keeps the pounds from invading….Green tea is great for our immune system)! INSOMNIA (CAN’T SLEEP?) HONEY! Use honey as a tranquilizer and…

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Main causes of Brain & Liver Damage from Vishal Gudka

Main causes of Brain & Liver Damage from Vishal Gudka: The Main Causes of BRAIN damage are: 1. No Breakfast People who do not take breakfast are going to have a lower blood sugar level. This leads to an insufficient supply of nutrients to the brain causing brain degeneration. 2. Overeating It causes hardening of the brain arteries, leading to a decrease in mental power. 3. Smoking It causes multiple brain shrinkage and may lead to Alzheimer disease. 4. High…

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Sari: Poetry in Fabric from Vishal Gudka

Sari: Poetry in Fabric from Vishal Gudka A Little Bit of History: The Indian Sari, believe it or not, is more than 5000 years old! It was first mentioned in Rig Veda, the oldest surviving literature of the world, written somewhere around 3000 BC. The Sari, originally intended both for men and women, is probably the longest incessantly worn dress in the history of mankind. Famous Indian historical heroines like Queen Jhansi Laxmibai, Belawadi Mallamma and Kittur Chennamma wore Saree…

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Diwali by TFL from Vishal

Diwali by TFL from Vishal What is Diwali? Enthusiastically celebrated by people of all nationalities, races, religions and ages, Diwali, the Festival of Lights, creates a magical world of joy and festivity. It celebrates the triumphant victory of good over evil – and the glory of light over darkness, a beam of hope over despair. The word Diwali or Deepavali (in its full form) means a row of lamps. Diwali marks a new beginning, a renewal of commitment to family…

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