- The origin of our epics
- The Babylonian Nannar (sin), the Moon God, was considered to be both father and mother to Gods and men. Likewise the same role was played by Baal in Syria or Mithra in Persia. The great ascetics in ancient India Vasistha and Agastya were the offsprings ...
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- Forty-one pieces of post-war public art across England are to be given listed status in a move heritage experts hope shows the public has grown to appreciate works that have not always had popular appeal.
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