Tamil Nadu- traditional pattern, 7 stone ruby earrings

Tamil Nadu- traditional pattern, 7 stone ruby earrings

Sri Lanka, Isle de Ceylan, Ceylon Frankfurt, 1719  Copper engraving, hand colored in wash and outline. Decorative birds eye view on the island of Sri Lanka with the neighboring southern tip of India, ornated in the foreground with two sailing ships. With several place names, rivers and mountains.

Sri Lanka, Isle de Ceylan, Ceylon Frankfurt, 1719 Copper engraving, hand colored in wash and outline. Decorative birds eye view on the island of Sri Lanka with the neighboring southern tip of India, ornated in the foreground with two sailing ships. With several place names, rivers and mountains.

ancient tamil symbols - Google Search

ancient tamil symbols - Google Search


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Unaware, Chandragupta once fed some of his food to his queen, Durdhara, who was seven days away from delivery. The queen, not immune to the poison, collapsed and died within a few minutes. In order to save the heir to the throne, Chanakya cut the queen's belly open and extracted the foetus just as she died. The baby was named Bindusara, because he was touched by a drop (bindu) of blood having poison.

Unaware, Chandragupta once fed some of his food to his queen, Durdhara, who was seven days away from delivery. The queen, not immune to the poison, collapsed and died within a few minutes. In order to save the heir to the throne, Chanakya cut the queen's belly open and extracted the foetus just as she died. The baby was named Bindusara, because he was touched by a drop (bindu) of blood having poison.

Cheras coins

Cheras coins

Different ancient coins Mahajanapadas (600-300 BCE)

Different ancient coins Mahajanapadas (600-300 BCE)

Pandyas coins

Pandyas coins

Ancient yadava n rajput coins

Ancient yadava n rajput coins

Coins of Mughal.jpg (300×169)

Coins of Mughal.jpg (300×169)

coins of kushana dynasty approximately 30-375 CE

coins of kushana dynasty approximately 30-375 CE

Coins of Raja Raja Chola

Coins of Raja Raja Chola

15th March 2012 - Blue Whales are commonly seen doing tail flukes before diving underwater to feed. Between December - April each year, Blue Whales can be seen off Mirissa at a strike rate of over 90%

15th March 2012 - Blue Whales are commonly seen doing tail flukes before diving underwater to feed. Between December - April each year, Blue Whales can be seen off Mirissa at a strike rate of over 90%

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