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Champas, Cuba ~ 2012

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Built in 1889 as the lodge for the Odd Fellows fraternal organization, the structure was designed by architect Emmett Anthony and features a large stained glass window, a copula, and an mix of Italianate and Victorian

IOOF Hall ~ Union Lodge No. 1

listen to your heart, because even though its on your left side, its always right

Camel herders arrive to sell their camels at the annual Pushkar Fair

@ Puskhar, November, 2012

 

The Pushkar Fair, or Pushkar ka Mela, is the annual five-day camel and livestock fair, held in the town of Pushkar in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is one of the world's largest camel fairs, and apart from buying and selling of livestock it has become an important tourist attraction.

Fresh flowers bring positivity and cheer to one's mind. I love to float flowers in the corners of my home which make me smile through out the day.

Champa woman with their pots, crossing Nam Cuong sand dune.

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- Đêm qua, Em tẩy não rồi . Anh tin không ? Xoá sạch hết rồi .. Chẳng còn gì nữa đâu . Chẳng còn nhớ, chẳng còn đau, chẳng còn thương cũng chẳng cần hận . Em mặc kệ trái tim em nó đang tan nát từng ngày, từng giờ, từng phút, từng giây, từng khắc ./ ♥

Hàng ngày, vào mỗi buổi sáng, em vẫn thức dậy thật sớm mà không cần anh phải gọi vì anh đã được thay thế bằng cái đồng hồ báo thức.

Em vẫn nhắn tin thường xuyên vào điện thoại nhưng không phải cho anh mà cho một người em cảm thấy là phù hợp hơn anh. Em sẽ vẫn nhận được những lời ngọt ngào, tán tỉnh nhưng không phải từ anh.

Em sẽ mỉm cười, mở rộng trái tim với gia đình, bạn bè và những người yêu quý em, hiểu được giá trị của em hơn anh.

Anh đừng lo và đừng nghĩ rằng: "Không có anh, em sẽ buồn, sẽ đau và sẽ khóc". Vâng! Em thừa nhận mình từng như vay ! nhưng giờ Nếu em rơi một giọt nước mắt nào cho anh thì đó không còn là em nữa rồi.

Em sẽ chẳng buồn một tẹo nào cả vì nói thật em chẳng muốn buồn vì anh nữa. Em đã buồn nhiều, vậy nên từ lần này em không bao giờ buồn nữa đâu. Tim em sẽ chẳng còn cảm giác đau rã rời nữa vì nó đã được huấn luyện sắt đá ở lần đầu anh rời em rồi, anh có biết không? Thế nên anh cứ ra đi nếu anh lại muốn rời xa em thêm lần nữa...

Em sẽ chẳng lên Yahoo! thường xuyên xem nick anh có đang invisible không? Vì em hiểu nó giờ chẳng quan trọng với em nữa.

Em sẽ không vào Facebook của anh chỉ để xem mấy cái status chẳng có "họ hàng" gì với em.

Em cũng sẽ không quan tâm anh yêu hay đến với ai, đang làm gì, đang ở đâu... Điều đó làm mất thời gian của em lắm!

Em sẽ không hề đau chút nào nếu vô tình thấy anh ôm eo bạn gái mới vì với em, anh không còn ý nghĩa, đơn thuần chỉ là một đứa bạn khác giới mà thôi...

- Hết rồi, em trả lại cho anh tự do, anh đi nhé : ) . Bình yên của anh, em vẫn chúc anh hạnh phúc

♥ Cười thật tươi để anh được thấy em không hề yếu đuối. Để cho anh được biết em đã chưa bao giờ thấy tiếc nuối : d =))

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Macro Monday: Theme: Smoke

 

I love the intoxicating scent of Nag Champa.

HMM!

Aunque BRZ a tomado la delantera, me a ganado la champa final, añado el otro testero del Civity de Bari con su curiosa imagen.

Shri Krishnaya Paramatmane Namaha

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Les ruines de My Son à 55 km de Hoi Ann au Vietnam. Ces vestiges de l'ancien royaume Champa se cachent dans une nature verdoyante et le site a probablement servi de lieu de spulture impériale.

 

My Son Ruins, 55km from Hoi Ann, Vietnam

Pterospermium acerifolium (Kanak Champa)

Photo: Swami Naresh

At Champa

So happy

 

Không người yêu cũng cảm thấy buồn, nhất là trong cái mùa sắp mưa trời thì se lạnh

Zzzzz nhưng mà hông sao, đôi lúc 1 mình múa hát vu vơ nó cũng vui <3

 

Champa - Amber Palace (Jaipur)

day one-hundred-and-twenty-two. nag champa incense. my favorite sent. not much else to say.

 

oh actually, i drove around the block today. so scary. not good for people who have anxiety. especially if their father is in the seat next to them freaking out and yelling the whole time. at least i didn't kill anyone.

i don't like cars.

i'd rather ride my bike, thank you.

Kingdom of Champa, medieval state in what is now Vietnam. The Chams, a seafaring people of Indonesian stock, occupied the central and southern coast of Vietnam from Neolithic times. In the 2nd century ad they adopted Indian culture and religion and established the kingdom of Champa. Over the next few hundred years, they repeatedly fought off Chinese attempts to subjugate them. From the 7th to the 9th century, their capital was at Indrapura (Tra Kieu), near Ðà Nang. In response to pressure from the expanding Vietnamese in the north, it was moved south to Vijaya, near Qui Nhon, in the 11th century. In the 12th and 13th centuries, Champa fought a series of wars with the Khmers of Cambodia. It was finally conquered by the Vietnamese about 1470.

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Konok Chapa or Ramdhan Champa (Ochna obtusata) flower , bud and tender leaves

Location: Ramna Park, Dhaka-Bangladesh

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[ 科名 : Noctuidae 夜蛾科 ] ; [ 屬名 : Trichosea ] ; [ 學名: Trichosea champa ] ; [ 中名: 鑲夜蛾/鑲夜蛾/ ] [參考資料 : 認識台灣的昆蟲 15 夜蛾科--台灣鄰近地區的相關種類 ; Page : 198 ]

Met this beautiful woman on the foot hills of Savitri Temple, Pushkar Camel Fair, Pushkar

@ 2012

Mộc mạc mà chân thật.

Mỹ Sơn is a cluster of abandoned and partially ruined Hindu temples dedicated to the worship of the god Shiva. From the 4th to the 14th century AD, the valley at Mỹ Sơn was a site of religious ceremony for kings of the ruling dynasties of Champa, as well as a burial place for Cham royalty and national heroes. At one time, the site encompassed over 70 temples as well as numerous stele bearing historically important inscriptions in Sanskrit and Cham.]

Mỹ Sơn is perhaps the longest inhabited archaeological site in Indochina, but a large majority of its architecture was destroyed by US carpet bombing during a single week of the Vietnam War.(Wik

 

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At Pushkar, Champa view, Rajasthan.

 

Rajasthan Photostory at my blog: Rang de Rajasthan - Part I

 

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The city possessed the largest harbour in Southeast Asia in the 1st Century and was known as Lâm Ấp Phố (Champa City).

The former harbour town of the Champa people at the estuary of the Thu Bon river was an important Vietnamese trading centre in the 16th and 17th centuries, where Chinese from various provinces as well as Japanese, Dutch and Indians settled down. During this period of the China trade, the town was called Hai Pho (Seaside Town) in Vietnamese. Originally Hai Pho was a divided town, because across the "Japanese Bridge", it used to be the Japanese settlement (16th-17th century). The bridge (Chùa cầu) is a unique covered structure built by the Japanese, the only known covered bridge with a Buddhist pagoda attached to one side.

The town is known to the French and Spanish as Faifo, and by similar names in Portuguese and Dutch. A number of theories have been put forth as to the origin of this name. Some scholars have suggested that it comes from the word "hải-phố" (海浦) meaning "sea town", while others have said that it seems more likely to simply be a shortening of Hội An-phố (會安浦), "the town of Hoi An", to "Hoi-pho" which became "Faifo".In 1999, the old town was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO as a well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port of the 15th to 19th centuries, whose buildings display a unique blend of local and foreign influences.

 

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