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Kushal Kushal Soni  798  1 w  
  • In this video, he highlights the 7 R which leads to creating wealth. The link of video is in reference
  • The 7 R are as follows:
  • 1. Rate- Every goods has a rate and by selling it generates income.
Maya Maya Nathani  917  2 w  
  • 1. Assume the pose of a conqueror, and stay like that for two minutes. The psychologist’s advice is to ’power-pose’ before any difficult task.
  • 2. Imagine your future self, you strive to make them come true as quickly as you can.
  • 3. Say thanks to your life, as we think positively and feel a surge of energy inside.
Harsh Harsh Lakhotia  1097  2 w  
  • Take a Safari - Rajasthan houses some of the best wildlife and bird sanctuaries in India.
  • Hot-air Balloon in Rajasthan - One of the most spine-tingling activities in Rajasthan, hot-air ballooning is a sure hit with travelers and tourists.
  • The Gipsy Snake Dance - Don’t miss out on a performance by the Kalbeliya tribe. Their movements are as lithe as snake, making for an impressive experience.
Jigar Jigar Solanki  1586  3 w  
  • Perahera Festival is the most famous, colourful celebrations of Sri Lanka.
  • The country's most sacred relic, one of Buddha's teeth, is normally kept enshrined within the town's Dalada Maligawa temple.
  • But during the festival it is paraded around the streets.
Jigar Jigar Solanki  1592  3 w  
  • Tsechus are integral to Bhutanese culture and take place from tiny, isolated villages to some of the country's largest monasteries.
  • People travel all over the country to celebrate and Tsechus attract visitors from around the world.
  • Tsechus are a wonderful way to experience and gain an insight into this unique culture.
Jigar Jigar Solanki  1598  3 w  
  • It is a Mexican holiday also known as Day of the Dead.
  • It focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died.
  • The celebration takes place on 1st and 2nd November.
Jigar Jigar Solanki  1594  3 w  
  • The Obon Festival is celebrated in Japan in August and it usually lasts for three days.
  • It is a Buddhist festival to commemorate one's ancestors and is celebrated through Bon Odori dances and a giant bonfire lit in the hills of Kyoto.
  • The festival is also known as the festival of lanterns.
Jigar Jigar Solanki  1586  3 w  
  • Songkran is the welcoming of spring and it is celebrated in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Burma, under different names.
  • In Thailand it begins on 13th April and ends on 15th April and is the traditional New Year.
  • Thai citizens celebrate it by throwing water at each other and passers-by in the street.
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