Anthropology: Asia’s Glowing Lantern Festival

It is really painful to lose your near and dear ones. But death is inevitable. However, though the soles depart, the memories remain of the deceased ancestors. Moreover, on the 15th of the first month of the lunar calendar or as per the Gregorian calendar, it is mid-February when the lantern festival is performed. Not only China but also other places in Asia organize the festival of lights. Further, places like in Thailand, Laos, etc. The festivals of light take place in late October or early November. Be it at any time, anywhere, the main motto behind the festival is … Continue reading Anthropology: Asia’s Glowing Lantern Festival

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Travel Guide to Turkey’s Cappadocia: The Photographer’s Delight

Covid-19 has created lots of restrictions on visiting different places in the world. However, to quench the thirst of visiting wonderful places, people have chosen social media. Moreover, virtual trips have permitted visitors to know how to update their travel … Continue reading Travel Guide to Turkey’s Cappadocia: The Photographer’s Delight

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Travel Guide: History of Exquisite Italian Truffles and their Festivals

What is your first impression of traveling to Italy? Most people think of Rome, Milan, mesmerizing landscapes, monuments, structures, beautiful islands, the sea, churches, pizza, art, etc. However, we rarely pay heed to the flavors of Italy. Truffle is such … Continue reading Travel Guide: History of Exquisite Italian Truffles and their Festivals

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Miraculous Statue Of Virgin Mary in Akita, Japan Produces Blood, Sweat, and Tears

Do you agree? Do all superstitious beliefs today have a scientific explanation? The debate remains between atheists and non-atheists. Whether God is for real or just a hoax. But, some supernatural phenomena compelled science to take a back foot. For … Continue reading Miraculous Statue Of Virgin Mary in Akita, Japan Produces Blood, Sweat, and Tears

Francois-Louis Cailler, who opened and operated the first mechanized chocolate factory in 1819 in Vevey, in Switzerland’s French canton.

History of World Famous Swiss Chocolate and its Origin from Switzerland’s Chocolate Revolution

Have you ever imagined the reason why Swiss chocolate became so popular? Well, your imagination is logical. Switzerland has emerged as a leading chocolate manufacturer without having any cocoa plantation on its home grounds. Moreover, the chocolate business around the … Continue reading History of World Famous Swiss Chocolate and its Origin from Switzerland’s Chocolate Revolution