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Listen to Vimla Dadi narrate her experiences with relationships from the 1960s.

Indian Tales

Read opinions of experts and inspiring stories of relationships.

Self Understanding

Akashic learning for better relationships

A “successful” relationship may last for a day, a year or a lifetime. However, we are conditioned by society to believe that “successful” relationships are those that continue, and that “relationships take work” and require compromise and sacrifice. As an Akashic Mentor, I always got an insight into the patterns of why such behaviours actually blocked people’s ability to manifest abundance. Relationships play a major role in our personal growth. There’s obviously a reason we all incarnate together into this human experience.

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Agra – The city of unconditional love

Agra is also called ‘the city of love’. It is known so because the structure symbolising one of the greatest love stories of medieval India, Taj Mahal, stands tall here. Over the years, the reason for this connotation has expanded, and now includes the people who make this city, a city of love.

I remember my last visit to Agra with the main purpose to see the Taj Mahal on a full moon night. My stubbornness increased our stay for around a week more in the city. This period allowed us to know more about the culture of the place, about the trends that were being followed and most importantly, about the people of the city. We had booked a local car which would take us around, and with it came my favourite, the driver “bhaiya”. He knew everything! From showing the Taj Mahal to the Tomb of Akbar, he was our guide in disguise.

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West Bengal – Arts of Golden Fibre

West Bengal is the land of the Ganga, and since the early 1800s, Bengal has been the largest producer of jute worldwide. As a result, Bengal boasts of a repertoire of jute crafts.

An elegant range of home decor, furnishings and garments, hanging lamps, baskets, flower vases, purses, table mats and footwear made out of woven jute fibre is gaining popularity. It is also used for making baskets, mats and beautiful toys. Fabrics of jute are decorated with tie and dye, embroidery and block printing. The trend of eco-friendly substitutes is picking up and jute happens to be one of the more most versatile ones. It is in high demand and it has been profitable for the farmers too. Items made from jute are gaining popularity because it is the cheapest known natural fibre and is 100% eco-friendly.

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The multi-cultural Indian cinema

The cinema of South India is used to refer collectively the four distinct film industries of South India – Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada film industries – as a single entity. They are based in Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, and Bangalore. Although developed independently for a long period of time, the gross exchange of film performers and technicians, as well as globalisation, helped to shape this new identity in Indian Cinema. Good Cinema is made in every industry. Just because Hindi language is spoken on a larger scale, Hindi movie haS A larger reach. I can see some answers stating DDLJ, Sholay were all much talked overseas but none of the south movie is listed. Stereotypes are in every industry. Bollywood still has that DDLJ kind of screenplay even today. South movies especially Telugu and Tamil movies have commercial story lines where heroes does all sorts of anti-gravity things. For me Bollywood cinema is like having a fine dine in a restaurant.

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Indian Tales

Read opinions of experts and inspiring stories of relationships.

Self Understanding

Akashic learning for better relationships

A “successful” relationship may last for a day, a year or a lifetime. However, we are conditioned by society to believe that “successful” relationships are those that continue, and that “relationships take work” and require compromise and sacrifice. As an Akashic Mentor, I always got an insight into the patterns of why such behaviours actually blocked people’s ability to manifest abundance. Relationships play a major role in our personal growth. There’s obviously a reason we all incarnate together into this human experience.

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Culture

Agra – The city of unconditional love

Agra is also called ‘the city of love’. It is known so because the structure symbolising one of the greatest love stories of medieval India, Taj Mahal, stands tall here. Over the years, the reason for this connotation has expanded, and now includes the people who make this city, a city of love.

I remember my last visit to Agra with the main purpose to see the Taj Mahal on a full moon night. My stubbornness increased our stay for around a week more in the city. This period allowed us to know more about the culture of the place, about the trends that were being followed and most importantly, about the people of the city. We had booked a local car which would take us around, and with it came my favourite, the driver “bhaiya”. He knew everything! From showing the Taj Mahal to the Tomb of Akbar, he was our guide in disguise.

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