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dandavats:

Daily Association with Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura through His Divine Songs (16 min video) — All over the world thousands and thousands of Gaudiya Vaishnavas take daily association with Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura through His divine songs. What are those songs and how devotees get a chance to hear or sing those songs in their daily devotional service are narrated in this theme. The theme has been composed by HG Vaishnavanghri Sevaka Das. Read more › http://m.dandavats.com/?p=6676

dandavats:

Daily Association with Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura through His Divine Songs (16 min video) — All over the world thousands and thousands of Gaudiya Vaishnavas take daily association with Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura through His divine songs. What are those songs and how devotees get a chance to hear or sing those songs in their daily devotional service are narrated in this theme. The theme has been composed by HG Vaishnavanghri Sevaka Das. Read more › http://m.dandavats.com/?p=6676

historicaltimes:

Books float on the street after a library on Rue Jacob, Paris is flooded during the Great 1910 Parisian Flood

amalgamads:

Perfect… Just perfect (and in this moment a small tear falls from my eye..)

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unexplained-events:

Revolver Camera (1938)

A colt 38 with a camera, that took a picture everytime you pulled the trigger.

fashionsfromhistory:

Wedding Dress

1927

United States

ancientart:

Egyptian relief of mourning men.

This limestone relief dates to ca. 1352-1336 B.C.E., and is from Saqqara, Egypt.

This relief fragment shows two men, on the right, who make the gestures of mourners. The small cuts in the stone surface above and in front of the figures represent the dust that mourning Egyptians poured on their heads as a sign of bereavement. To the left can be seen the traces of a man in official dress who appears to be hurrying from the opened door of the tomb. Unlike many of the objects in this gallery, the scene suggests distress in the presence of death.

Courtesy of & currently located at the Brooklyn Museum, USA, via their online collections69.114. +If you’re interested in learning more about mourning in ancient Egypt, check out this post I did a while ago on the matter.

Up Close: Corset Cover 1895-1900 (X)