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Deportment of Art And Culture – Government of Puducherry Recruitment 2016 Apply Online- Library and Information Assistant 53 posts

Deportment of Art And Culture – Government of Puducherry Recruitment 2016: Deportment of Art And Culture – Government of Puducherry Released issued latest recruitment notification for filling the posts of Library and Information Assistant. Eligib...
by Toptopic.in on Dec 31, 2015

The classical Indian dance: Art and Culture

The classical Indian danceEight dance styles Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Mohinattam, Odissi and Sattriya.In ancient history, the classical Indian dances developed as the evolution of classical Sanskrit drama as an amalg...
by Current Affairs-GK on Nov 23, 2015

Koodalmanikyam Ulsavam 2015 – A Photo Journey!

Koodalmanikyam Temple situated at Irinjalakuda, in the southern state of Kerala is said to be the only Bharatha Temple in India. The Koodalmanikyam ulsavam (temple festival) is held in the month of “Medam” as per the Malayalam Calendar. T...
by Monsoon Breeze on Jun 18, 2015

MOMA and The MET

In between packing, moving and the general upheaval of relocating back to the UK, I have been working hard to complete my New York Bucket List.  So far I have been able to visit both The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) and The Metropolitan Museum of...
by New Girl in New York on Oct 24, 2014

Current Affairs for Bank Exams: JUNE 2014- Art and Culture

Current Affairs for Bank Exams: JUNE 2014- Art and Culture 1. For which novel did Irish author Eimear McBride, on 4 June 2014, won the 2014 bailey’s women’s prize for fiction. – A Girls a Half Formed Thing2. Tang prize foundation announc...

Eddie Izzard is a 'Force Majeure' in NYC!

Eddie Izzard is one of my favourite comedians and I was very excited when I found out he was performing at the Beacon Theatre this month.  I love it when British comedians come to New York as they often play at much smaller venues than in the UK...
by New Girl in New York on May 15, 2014

Fantastic vacation in Vietnam

Vietnamese dance performances. Image: dvb.no/If you have visited Bali and Bangkok, then you also need to visit other ASEAN countries, Vietnam. Vietnam is a small country bordered by the country of China, Laos, and Cambodia. The country has...
by Bali Paradise and Beyond on Nov 26, 2013

All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day in the Philippines

Many are asking why Filipinos spend the entire day at the cemetery during All Saints’ and All Souls’ Day. Most especially the things they do there. Filipinos have the longest celebration of almost anything like birthdays, fiestas especially Ch...
by It's Watchamacallit on Nov 6, 2013

'LUCE' at The Claire Tow Theatre

I am a huge fan of LCT3 and the 'LinkTix' program offered by the Lincoln Centre.  'LincTix' is a discounted ticket program for 21-35 years, which offers $32 seats for performances at the Lincoln Centre Theatre.  You also get access to pre-s...
by New Girl in New York on Nov 1, 2013

History – Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 8

QUESTIONS: 28/10/2013 (Paper-I) “Medieval Indian towns were merely an extension of villages.” Comment (150 Words) Evaluate Rajatarangini a source of history (150 Words) Discuss the Caurapancashika and Jain styles of paintings. Can the Ca...
by REFLECTIONS on Oct 28, 2013

Bangkok Art And Culture Center

Bangkok Art And Culture Center...
by My Photo Collection on Sep 28, 2013

Study Material For Indian Culture – Art, Architecture and Literature

The following materials will be immensely useful for both UPSC civil services Prelims and Mains. Some questions in Prelims have been asked from these materials. Continue reading →...
by REFLECTIONS on Aug 7, 2013

Six Rajasthan forts in World Heritage List

The 'Hill Forts of Rajasthan', six forts located on the rocky terrains of the Aravali mountains, made it to the World Heritage Sites list of UNESCO. The hill forts are Amber, Chittorgarh, Gangron, Jaisalmer, Kumbhalgarh and Ranthambore. Rajasthan's T...
by rasexams on Jun 29, 2013

'Spring for Music' at Carnegie Hall

After living in NYC for a while you can settle into your daily routine and forget what amazing activities are available on your door step. Since moving here I have wanted to see a production at the world famous Carnegie Hall, and finally organised ti...
by New Girl in New York on May 28, 2013

'Spring for Music' at Carnegie Hall

After living in NYC for a while you can settle into your daily routine and forget what amazing activities are available on your door step. Since moving here I have wanted to see a production at the world famous Carnegie Hall, and finally organised ti...
by New Girl in New York on May 28, 2013

Explore the Sydney Aboriginal Art and Culture

Sydney, you’ll find many possibilities to uncover the living culture of one of the world’s oldest societies.Sydney is an easy city to unwind in. Wander along the beach at Manly or Bondi, consume a coastal trail such as the Bondi to Bronte Coastal...
by Culturextourism on May 2, 2013

Jain Temple Lodrawa, Jaisalmer

Jain Temple Lodrawa is one of ancient temple in western Rajasthan. Lodrawa is a village in the Indian state of Rajasthan approximately 15 kilometres from Jaisalmer. Jain Temple Lodrawa it is a popular tourist destination, known for its architectural...
by rasexams on Jan 8, 2013

Sachiya Mata Temple Ossian, Jodhpur

Sachiya Mata Temple Ossian, Jodhpur Sachiya Mata Temple Ossian, Jodhpur: Ossian Sachiya Mata temple near Jodhpur was originally built in the 8th century. The Sachiya Mata Osiyan Temple in Rajasthan is dedicated to Sachi Mata. Sachi Mata, al...
by rasexams on Jan 8, 2013

'The Nutcracker' at the New York City Ballet

Every Christmas since moving to New York I have wanted to see 'The Nutcracker' ballet. I finally managed to get tickets and was very excited to go last week.   The NYC ballet is located within The Lincoln Centre on the Upper West Side.  I...
by New Girl in New York on Dec 19, 2012

'The Nutcracker' at the New York City Ballet

Every Christmas since moving to New York I have wanted to see 'The Nutcracker' ballet. I finally managed to get tickets and was very excited to go last week.   The NYC ballet is located within The Lincoln Centre on the Upper West Side.  I...
by New Girl in New York on Dec 19, 2012
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