Heritage

A World Without Heritage: Bamiyan Buddhas and Jam Minaret Of The Afghanistan

Humans are rapidly moving towards the future with their zeal to know about something new and somehow, they are ignoring and forgetting their past. The fast pace of industrial revolutions, population growth, and socio-religious conflicts have also damaged the past. Our shared heritage is deteriorating due to these factors. The architectural and natural heritage throughout …

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What Wikipedia Can’t Tell You About Culture Of Naga Tribes

Nagas are numerous ethnic people indigenous to the north-east Indian states like Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam and north-western region of Myanmar which includes Naga Self-Administered Zone of Myanmar, Sagaing Division and Kachin State. These people have parallel beliefs and ethnicities. Photo by Arindam Saha on Unsplash The Naga people lives in a state in …

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Why You Must Experience Heritage Of Bangkok At Least Once In Your Lifetime

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is an enormous place. It has a populace of about eight million. So, there are many buildings. There are many things to see and do. You can experience lots of good food and interesting culture and history. Photo by Florian Wehde on Unsplash Bangkok’s Chinatown The Chinatown was founded in 1782. …

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The Secret Life Of Arabia Before The Advent Of Islam

A hot and dry desert between two great rival kingdoms. This is pre-Islamic Arabia. Before we can understand or try to understand the Prophet Muhammad or Islamic civilization, we need to understand the world in which Islam was born. At that time, there were two kingdoms that controlled Europe and the Middle East. The Sassanid …

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