Hinduism has both masculine and feminine representative deities of the supreme power of the universe. All major deities have both male and female counterparts. Goddesses in Hinduism are the representation of Shakti, the feminine source of power in the universe. They are highly revered and powerful. They play a central role in the creation, protection, and destruction of the universe. Here is the list of 10 Hindu Goddesses that are the source of the power in the Hindu religion. 10. Radha Radha is almost always portrayed alongside Krishna. She is also known as Radhika or Radharani. It is believed that Radha and Krishna are incomplete without each other. Radha is the companion and friend of Krishna, who is also his divine power and the Shakti. [&hellip

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Religion comes as an expression of humankind’s search for a complete picture of the universe. The inherent desire to understand the surrounding, karma, existence and time can be concluded as major reasons behind the formation of religion and attachment to a supreme being. Hinduism is one of the oldest religion in the world and also the third largest. Several kinds of gods and goddesses are worshipped in Hinduism and their number cannot be ascertained. While different forms of deities are worshipped, it is believed that all of the devotees are worshiping one supreme being. 10. Indra Indra is the king of heaven and the leader of the devas. He is the god of rain. Airavat, an auspicious white elephant is his vehicle or vahan. Another [&hellip

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Ancient Chinese clothes were more than a garment to cover the body. It was the symbol of their dignity, embodiment of their culture and an essential part of their social status.  Rich and Poor dressed differently in Ancient China. Poor people used hemp clothes which were durable, loose fitting, and comfortable to work in the field. On the other hand, Rich people clothes were made of up silk. It dyed up with a specific color and could be turned into any fancy design. Lower class people could be punished for wearing the silk clothing. The Color was an identity in Ancient China. An emperor could only dress in Yellow. Poor people were allowed to wear blue and black color during Shue Dynasty. When Mongols conquered the China, [&hellip

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Ancient Chinese arts is arguably one of oldest continuous tradition in the world. The Chinese Art was dated back to 10,000 BC; Neolithic period, where the simple pottery and sculptures were mostly common. The art had been evolving with time. Religions, political figures, and philosophy played an important role in Ancient Chinese art. Ancient Chinese perfected calligraphy, poetry, and paintings.  The style of calligraphy, poetry and paintings had its own uniqueness in different dynasty. Without any further due, here are the 10 most popular Ancient Chinese arts. 10. Neolithic pottery The life was simple in the Neolithic period. People in Ancient china spent their life farming and animal husbandry. The arts during the Neolithic period were classified into a mosaic of 22 regional cultures by [&hellip

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The history of Chinese foods dates back to about 5000 BCE. Over the vast period of time, Chinese people have advanced and mastered their own kind of system of preparing foods. Their ways of identifying ingredients to make perfect combinations, their multi-phased cooking techniques, administering multi-phased flavoring and all have been developed gradually. Tracing back the ancient history, we see that Ancient Chinese had a very healthy diet. And ancient China used to be very different from what it is today, especially in terms of food habits. Based on some evidence, farming in China seems to have started before 5000 years approximately. They use to cultivate and grow some well-known crops since back then. When we go through the history of Chinese cuisine, we notice [&hellip

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