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Abstract Study: A brief discourse on intuition

April 23, 2016

You heard the word intuition nowadays. I guess once you have experienced in some real life situation that a feeling was emerged in your mind, and from that feeling you considered to take a decision or you made a quick choice on something which eventually was better or beneficial for you and made you safe. You did this without any logical reasoning or thinking or true facts and knowledge you gained from your childhood. You may say that the feeling that was arisen in your mind and influenced you to made a choice to do something or not to do something, to say something or not to say something was intuitive.
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Sponsored: Summer Walking boots- let’s have a long walk

March 15, 2016

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Walking is healthy to any one whatever your age is now. All our medics wanted to say that atleast 30 mins daily walk will have your a longer life and it’s true. Walking is now going to be trending across the world and so do come lots of boots for walking as well. So if you have something in mind, better go online for a little research? Make sure you look after your feet with a good pair of walking boots! There are plenty to choose out there that it can be difficult to know which type are the right ones.

Summer is nearing and let’s enjoy waling outdoors  with a stylish pair of walking boots. As well as looking great, they can really look after your feet out there in the rough terrain. Check out this handy infographic from Hi-Tec from selecting the right outdoor footwear.

Geography Travel

Top 10 Destinations for Your Family Trip in Indonesia This Summer 2016

March 5, 2016
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When we are planning to travel to Indonesia, we mostly think about Bali.  There is no one to blame. Actually, Indonesia is more than just Bali. It is a big country which is rich in cultural and region diversity. It is the home of thousands ethnic groups and languages. With around 17,500 beautiful islands within the country, there are still tons of tourism objects which are unrevealed. Here are top 10 most beautiful places you must visit in Indonesia.

1-      Dieng Plateau

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Dieng plateau is located in central Java. It is an amazing spot for those who love to trek, hike, photograph, adrenaline activities, or so. It is formed due to the inevitable eruption of mountain Prau. Dieng Plateau is actually an amazing caldera complex located at two thousands meters above the sea level. The strategic and firm location of the caldera makes it one of the most favorable destinations in the country.

2-      Lake Maninjau

Lake Maninjau Source: indonesiawander.com

Lake Maninjau Source: indonesiawander.com

Lake Maninjau is located in West Sumatra, considered as one of the most stunning lakes in the world. You will view such virgin natural wonders which you can’t find in other countries. It is one of the most quiet places in the country, the great place to escape from the crowded.

3-      Pulau Macan

Palau Macan source: backpackstory.me

Palau Macan source: backpackstory.me

If you are fond of fishes. You can spend your valuable time to Pulau Macan. It is one of the most popular places for its fresh fish.

4-       Thousands Islands

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Thousands Islands are located in the DKI Jakarta province. This is the sanctuary for all travellers. With the hectic city like Jakarta, who knows it can be such a nice place to hang around in your vacation? You can find almost anything here. Taking about 90 minutes by speedboat ride, you will travel around to Ancol, Pulau Macan, and Pulau Seribu which is Thousand Islands in English. As expected, you will see the beautiful views, white sand, great diving spots, etc.

5-      Borobudur

Who does not know about this iconic temple in the Island of java? This is the oldest Buddhist temple with more than 2000 relief panels and 500 Buddha statues.

6-      Komodo Island

As the name suggests, it is the haven of Komodo, one of the most incredible creatures on earth. Challenge yourself to travel here and see the fascinating creatures from near.

7-      Kawah Putih

Located in Bandung, the Paris of Java, this is the most stunning turquoise sulfur lake in West Java. After exploring the breath-taking view of Kawah Putih you can enjoy the local delicacies which will kick your tongue.

8-      Lombok

It is an island situated in West Nusa Tenggara. It is a great place to visit in Summer. If you love Bali, you will love this too. Lombok is popular because of its beaches.

9-      Manado

Located in the North Sulawesi, Manado offers you the most incredible heritage from WWII. There are churches and other unique buildings which are worth visiting and photographing.

10-   Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is located in papua. This is the archipelago which offers you 1,500 small islands to explore. It is the heaven of the divers and explorers. The underwater sceneries and opportunities are unbeatable.

Bangladesh Kantaji Temple Travel

First ever images of Kantaji Temple taken in 1871

February 28, 2016
Kantaji temple as of seen on Januaray 1, 2016

First of I would you like to thank John Henry Ravenshaw who took these pictures in and around 1871 and the source of the pictures: British Library where i found the archives in 2009. We are very proud of that our beloved temple was photographed for almost 150 years from now.

Kantaji Temple-South- John Henry Ravenshaw - 1871 - British Library

Kantaji Temple-South- John Henry Ravenshaw – 1871 – British Library

Image of the Kantaji Temple at Kantanagar in Kaharole PS, taken from the south, by John Henry Ravenshaw by a British serviceman in 1871. Maharaja Pran Nath of Dinajpur built the temple in 1752 and it is one of the most widely elaborate and decorate late medieval brick temples of Bangladesh. The temple stands on a sandstone plinth and has the curved cornice typical of buildings in this area. It had three tiers originally topped by a magnificent tower. There were extra little towers at the four corners of both the lower levels. All nine towers were later demolished during 1897 great Assam earthquake, while the body of the temple was in good shape and still survives today. The inner sanctuary has three passageways and is encompassed by a verandah that has three curved openings on every face. The exterior is adorned with thousands of terracotta plaques of varied floral and figurative motifs.

The south face of the Kantaji Temple at Kantanagar, photograph by John Henry Ravenshaw in 1871 source: British Library

The south face of the Kantaji Temple at Kantanagar, photograph by John Henry Ravenshaw in 1871 source: British Library

Photograph of the entrance in the west front of the Kantaji Temple, Kantanagar in Kaharole PS, taken by John Henry Ravenshaw in 1871

Image of the entrance in the west front of the Kantaji Temple, Kantanagar in Kaharole PS, also taken by John Henry Ravenshaw in 1871

Photograph of the entrance in the west front of the Kantaji Temple, Kantanagar, taken by John Henry Ravenshaw in c.1871. The temple stands on a sandstone plinth and has the curved cornice typical of buildings in this area. It comprises three tiers originally topped by an impressive tower.
East front of the Kantaji Temple- John Henry Ravenshaw-1871-British Library

East front of the Temple at Kantanagar, taken by John Henry Ravenshaw around 1871.

Triple-arched entrance of the Kantaji Temple at Kantanagar, with richly-carved surrounds, taken by John Henry Ravenshaw in c.1871-British Library

Triple-arched entrance of the Kantaji Temple at Kantanagar, with richly-carved surrounds, taken by John Henry Ravenshaw in c.1871. The series of views of the temple is described by Ravenshaw as follows: ”The eight views of Kantonugger represent different features of a Hindoo temple to Kanti (Vishnu), commenced in 1704 by Rajah Prannath (Martin’s India, page 628). It is in perfect preservation: the ruin prognosticated by Dr Buchanan has not come to pass. It is still kept up by the Rajbaree; and the image, said to have been brought from the Jumna, is still kept in the temple. The building itself is profusely ornamented with sculptures representing the various legends of Hindoo mythology. These sculptures are not mouldings in brick, such as are so common in Gour, but are all chiselled out from the bricks after erection. The bricks themselves are very hard, as may be supposed from the 150 years these sculptures have been remaining in preservation.’

Base of one of the west pillars of the Kantaji Temple at Kantanagar, taken by John Henry Ravenshaw around 1871-British Library

Photograph of the base of one of the west pillars of the Kantaji Temple at Kantanagar, taken by John Henry Ravenshaw around 1871. This temple was built in 1752 by Maharaja Pran Nath of Dinajpur and is one of the most elaborate of the late medieval brick temples of Bangladesh. Most of the scenes represented are from the epics of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. This view shows the richly-carved detail of a pillar of the temple.

Archway on the south face of the Kantaji Temple at Kantanagar- with Thakurs canopied chair on the verandah-John Henry Ravenshaw -1871-British Library

Archway on the south face of the Kantaji Temple at Kantanagar, with Thakur’s canopied chair on the verandah.

SOURCE: British Library Archieves

Blogging Career Technology

Blogging as a career full-time or part time?

February 23, 2016
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Blogging has been found to be a profitable medium by more and more bloggers. It is therefore possible to make money blogging in 2016, though, it does not happen for everyone. It requires patience, creativity, innovation and working smart.

The key to get the best blog that has more income stream is to experiment with as many trials as possible and see what works the best for you. Starting a blog is easy but in order to be able to successfully monetize the blog, you will need to establish the blog. Some people want to earn money from blogging for additional income, but some want to make it as the primary sources of their finance. Now it is your turn. If you want to leave your 9-5 job, then there is no one who can get in your way to do it full-time. But before deciding whether you want to work part-time or full-time as a blogger, there are simple steps to follow in order to become a successful blogger.

1-      Develop your new blog. It should be personalized and decorated. Here you will write, publish, and manage your articles. In order to ensure that you fully focus on  blogging, create a site with a full-service blog host, such as blogpress. This manages all the technical details such as the servers and databases and ensures that you literally focus on blogging.
2-      As a new blogger you need to seek support from a very knowledgeable and friendly support team, that is, individual(s) or site.
3-      Market your blog through various channels of internet marketing such as Content SEO, Article Directories, Social Media, and email marketing.
4-      Start making money through your blogs. The most popular ways are Ad Networks and affiliate marketing.

Blogging as a career full-time or part-time can promise good monetary returns. A survey done to investigate if people prefer Full-time or Part-Time blogging, showed that only 25% of the respondents said that their prime motivation for having a blog was to earn a full-time income. Others stated that they are passionate about the topic and want to earn some extra money in the process.

So, let’s assume that you are interested in blogging for making money. Whether you want to be a full-time or part-time blogger, these are some tips that you need to consider in advance:
1-      Blog on a topic you are passionate about. It is important for your motivation of blogging.
2-      Target under-served, but profitable, niche. One should write about something that people are interested in, but that other media outlets generally ignore.
3-      Learn and develop strong photography, image editing and social media skills.
4-      Get connected to other bloggers with whom you can share the content, cross-promote and offer support. It can also prove to be financially beneficial for all involved. This is also a very nice way to combat the loneliness of the home-based blogger.
5-      Invest in up-to-date professional training. This ensures that you keep your skills sharp and current as well as enabling you to learn about the latest options for monetization.