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Fasten Monument Movement To Life Forever Through Rajasthan Desert Tour

September 1st, 2016

What is special in India and why mostly people specially prefer India to spend their holidays? The answer of this question is that India is one of the most sought after and most prominent land which is well-known for its natural beauty such as royal tourist places, regal charm, unique culture, great history, parks, beaches, hill station, bird sanctuaries, Forts and Palaces, Historical monuments, Havelis, backwaters, national parks, wildlife centuries and many more. India is most prominent for Taj Mahal (one of the Seven Wonders of the World) and Ajanta Ellora caves. The most beautiful and charming country of India has something for every one to take pleasure in the lap of natural beauty of India. The diversity in cultures and religious are the best thing about India.

If you have desire to visit India, choose Rajasthan desert tour which is one of the best tour packages and provide the tourists fully enjoyments. Rajasthan is one of the most adored places of India, which is the largest state of the country. This vibrant state is most prominent for vast desert. The most charming state of Rajasthan is home to dry and arid Thar Desert. It is very cruel and dry but still it is much popular among travelers and globe trotters for its dazing sand sandbanks and shining golden land. Thousands of people of all over the world come to India to explore many attractive attractions and its natural beauty. With Rajasthan desert tour, visitors can visit the barren beauty of the vast Thar Desert.

The package of Rajasthan desert tour is not prominent for one reason but it is popular for exotic and dazing sand dunes, active culture of the desert villages, desert landscape, desert safari, camel safari, wildlife of desert eco system and many more. With Rajasthan desert tour, tourists can enjoy the tour despite harsh and adverse climatic condition. There are some of the most prominent destinations along the desert area such as Bikaner, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and many more. All these destinations have some of the most popular Forts and Palaces such as Mehrangarh Fort, Jaisalmer Fort, Junagarh Fort, Golden Fort, Lalgarh Palace, Umaid Bhawan Palace and many more.

Dheeraj Kumar Sinha is a famous Travelogue along with a knowledgeable author in Travel & Tourism related topics. He has written several books on Rajasthan Desert Tour, Golden Triangle Tour, India Tours, Rajasthan Tour, Cheap Train Tour in India, Rajasthan Tours etc. At this time, he is rendering service for www.maketripindia.com.

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Freedom’s Daughters: The Unsung Heroines of this Civil Rights motion from 1830 to 1970

March 18th, 2015

Freedom’s Daughters: The Unsung Heroines regarding the Civil Rights motion from 1830 to 1970
Occasion on 2015-04-08 14:00:00

From Montgomery coach boycott towards the lunch counter sit-ins to your Freedom Rides, best-selling writer Lynne Olson places a human face on civil rights battle – and implies that the face ended up being often feminine. Inside free, public McConnell Center talk, Olson will talk about many of these little-known heroines, checking out the partnership between men and women and blacks and whites over 140 years.

Olson is a national bestselling author or co-author of six books. She invested 7 years aided by the Associated Press, employed in ny, Moscow and Washington D.C. She covered national politics together with White house or apartment with the Baltimore Sun. She later taught journalism at American University.

This occasion marks the eighth of nine events inside McConnell Center’s “Debating America” lecture series.

Olson will deliver another talk on McConnell focus on her most recent book, “Those Angry times: Roosevelt, Lindbergh, and America’s Fight Over World War II, 1939-1941.” The woman second talk is scheduled from 6-7:30 p.m., April 8, in Ekstrom Library’s Chao Auditorium.

at University of Louisville
2301 S third St
Louisville, United States

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Freedom Jazz Movement

February 11th, 2015

Freedom Jazz Movement
Event on 2015-02-26 20:00:00
Dance & music concert performance featuring the Lula Washington Dance Theatre and unique visitor artist/percussionist Marcus Miller.

at Nj-new Jersey Performing Arts Center
36 Park Spot
Newark, United States

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TZM Global Radio/Podcast Ep 138, Feb. 12th 2014 [ The Zeitgeist Movement ]

March 1st, 2014

Salvador Allende’s Chile once was the brief home of Stafford Beer, an English cybernetician, as well as a system called Project Cybersyn. This show provides …

Here is a clip of me talking about Spanish radio from my comedy central special “Hot and Fluffy comedy.” Watch it and let me know what you think.
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Nevada movement draws the line on human trafficking

May 26th, 2013

Nevada movement draws the line on human trafficking
They are much less so when it comes to legal brothels in rural counties, women quietly working casino bars and clubs, prostitutes dispatched to hotel rooms, or those working in massage parlors. For the most part, if it is out of sight, it is out of …
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billion in projects along Highway 101 put Sonoma County to work
Up and down the spine of Sonoma County, more than a dozen big-budget projects are underway, creating or expanding centers for the arts, shopping opportunities, health care facilities, business offices, hotels, restaurants and a casino resort. The …
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Hawkins' way – and Charlotte's – helped restaurants integrate
This week, the city will mark the 50th anniversary of restaurant and hotel desegregation. In Charlotte's mythology …. May 27: In Washington, U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy invited Charlotte theater owners to come discuss integration. • May 28 …
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The Tiny House Movement: From Washington State to Washington D.C.

April 14th, 2013

The Tiny House Movement: From Washington State to Washington D.C.

Bigger doesn’t always mean better. From Washington state to Washington D.C., the Tiny House Movement is challenging the way we think about modern living, one…
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Chief Petty Officers 120th Anniversary Celebrated in Washington D.C.

All Hands Update April 3, 2013 #3 Chief Petty Officers 120th Anniversary Celebrated in Washington D.C..
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Vancouver, WA Movement Class – Summer 2012

August 3rd, 2012

Vancouver, WA Movement Class – Summer 2012
Event on 2012-07-11 13:30:00

 

Parkinson’s Movement Class These classes are based on the Methods of John Argue and have been designed specifically for those with Parkinson’s disease.  His approach combines yoga, tai-chi and dance, improving flexibility, strength, balance and overall coordination. This method is known to help prevent falls, improve facial expressiveness and improve intelligibility of speech. His proven strategy for coping with Parkinson’s is to “develop an artful way of moving and speaking,” one that is “graceful, mindful and complete.”

For more information about the John Argue Method visit www.JohnArgue.com. The Vancouver movement class runs for 10 weeks and is , unless otherwise noted. Always check with your physician before starting any exercise program.  

 

VANCOUVER, WA CLASS DETAILS

INSTRUCTOR: Laura Lou Pape-McCarthy

Wednesdays, July 11- September 12

1:30 – 3:00 pm

SW Washington Medical Center, Memorial Campus

Fir/Willow Room or Health Connection Room

100 East 33rd St.

Vancouver, WA 98664

 

 

at SW Washington Medical Center – Memorial Campus
100 East 33rd St.
Vancouver, United States

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Mozart Piano Concerto 5 (Malcolm Frager, piano) movement 2

September 18th, 2010


This piano concerto was a favorite of Mozarts for quite a while–the comic opera fun of the first movement with the thoughtful mood of this second with it’s wonderful quiet phrase that end the movement is surely something to treasure… Pianist Malcolm Frager won several prizes as an rising star, including the Leventritt Prize in 1959, and second prize at the Geneva Competition. Frager majored in Russian at Columbia University and was fluent in seven languages. Frager was also known for his scholarly endeavors, including discovering several manuscripts presumed lost in WWII, and important work on the original manuscript of the Schumann piano concerto. Piano Concerto In D Major, K. 175 No.5, second movement: Andante ma un poco adagio Malcolm Frager, Steinway piano, with the orchestra of Italian Language Radio and Television of Switzerland, under Marc Andreae. Recorded Live at the Teatro Scientifico Del Bibiena, Mantua, 19 April 1989. Orchestra della Radio-televisione della Svizzera Italiana, Leitung: Marc Andreae Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Klavierkonzert Nr. 05, D-Dur, KV 175

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What Matters – The Hampton Roads Tea Party Movement

July 22nd, 2010


There’s no question about it. The National Tea Party movement is making a difference inside and outside of political circles everywhere. A recent Washington Post/ABC poll found 27 percent of Americans say they are “supportive” of the movement, including 17 percent who are “strongly supportive.” What is the movement all about? What does it hope to accomplish? On this edition of What Matters, we’ll talk with leaders of the local Tea Party movement. Joining host Cathy Lewis: Karen Miner Hurd – founder of the Hampton Roads Tea Party; Bishop EW Jackson, Sr. – President of STAND (Staying True To America’s National Destiny); and Robert Dean, chairman of the Tidewater Libertarian Party.

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Bach – Double Violin Concerto in D minor 2nd movement, Largo

June 18th, 2010


Title : Johann Sebastian Bach, Double Violin Concerto in D minor (2nd movement, Largo Ma Non Tanto (BWV 1043) From Wikipedia , The Concerto for Two Violins in D minor (BWV 1043) is perhaps one of the most famous works by JS Bach and considered among the best examples of the work of the late Baroque period. Bach wrote it in Leipzig sometime between 1730 and 1731, most likely for the Leipzig Collegium Musicum, of which he was the director. It also exists in an arrangement for two harpsichords, transposed into C minor (BWV 1062). In addition to the two soloists, the concerto is scored for strings and basso continuo. The concerto is characterized by the subtle yet expressive relationship between the violins throughout the work. The musical structure of this piece uses fugal imitation and much counterpoint. The concerto comprises three movements: Vivace Largo ma non tanto Allegro

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