Rangoli – Colors of Culture

by gaspar We demolished and reconstructed our 150 years old mansion for a secured living at our native place. On the occasion of the inauguration ceremony, we had decorated our house to welcome our guests. Rangoli played an inevitable part of the decoration. This particular style of drawing Rangoli is called as “Sanskar… Read more »

Culture in a Preschool

by See-ming Lee (SML) New Zealand is a multi-cultural society. Its diversity is rapidly expanding with immigrants and refugees from around the world settling into our communities.The need for culturally sensitive teachers working in environments that are sympathetic to other cultures has never been more required than now.  In order to meet the individual needs… Read more »

The Culture of Design

by gaspar Thai Craftsmanship Is Always Avant-Garde Nothing more perfectly symbolizes the emotions, philosophies, ideology, religion and overall culture of a nation or a people than the designs used in their homes, their clothing, their transportation, their gardens, and their lives. The people of Thailand have long enjoyed a rich heritage of dually beautiful design… Read more »

Spain’s Popular Culture

by ray1020 Apart from the natural and manmade structures that appeal to many people visiting Spain, the country’s culture plays a role in the attraction as well. It is always a nice thing to learn a few cultural and customary values of a country you are visiting. By doing so, you will be familiar with… Read more »

Hair Loss In Culture

by KAI0831 At the dawn of time, we all had more hair and lacked the means to cut it. The only way the mass of hair reduced was through aging. Sadly, hair loss has always been the first sign of growing old. And in this simple truth, we probably have the reason for our modern… Read more »

Culture As a Soundtrack

by Penlock Do you have music playing while reading this? How is your choice of music affecting how you feel right now? Are you feeling relaxed and want to read something light? Are you moved to dance to the music? Do you read/work faster when you listen to music with a faster tempo? Are you… Read more »

Cruising For Culture

by KAI0831 Just imagine: the pyramids of Egypt, amazing Petra in Jordan, the canals of Venice. There’s no need to simply imagine. A cruise vacation can bring these and other cultural destinations to life and provide up-close-and-personal shore excursions that will enlighten your mind. Best of all, you unpack once and travel in style with… Read more »

Culture in South Africa

by Penlock The Culture The Culture in South Africa is am major tourist attraction. “The Rainbow Nation” is absolutely a worthy name of a country with such a rich, diverse and colorful culture. The special thing about the culture in South Africa is that so many different cultures from all over the world come together… Read more »

Create the Culture

by Cheng Yuan Chieh This article is being written due to some common trends I am seeing as I work with athletes at both the youth and professional levels. More often than not, especially in the game of baseball, athletes will spend all day working on their swing and fielding and developing arm strength, but… Read more »


by Penlock WHO IS A BRAHMIN? –  The Brahmins are intellectual & knowledgeable persons in ancient India, they devoted their life to the study of Vedas & manuscripts.   Brahmins has played a very dominating role in the building of culture, tradition & society. They can be named as the founders of all culture &… Read more »