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Sham Kumar Launches His Second Book!
Sham Kumar Monger is the author of Love Twist: The Day That Changed Their Lives. He launches his second book, poetry.
1 When did you start writing?
I do not remember but I started getting serious since I was in class 10.
2 How did you come up with the plan to publish this book?
Actually, I did not intend to publish it but as I was showing a number of poems that I wrote to my friend, he insisted me to publish it.
3 What is this book all about?
This is about life— different shade of colours that make our life colourful. Love, nature, relationship, etc.
4 Do you have upcoming plan?
Yeah, I do have. I am currently planning to write a book on love and destiny but I do not know when I will start writing...(laughs)
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Many people have many different views regarding their lives. Wether you see it as a long journey, a war or any other thing, it doesn’t change life’s rules.
No matter how you see it, as a long day or as a war or maybe as a long train ride, life has its ups and downs, like after a bright day comes a dark night, like how sacrifices must be made to win a war, like how a train goes through a dark tunnel and comes back into the light, these dark times in your life are only temporary, they will pass for Allah is with you and he has said it his himself that after every hardship will come ease.
Trust your lord and have patience, cherish every moment in your life because life is too short to be spent in despair. All of us know life comes with ups and downs, a heart beat is only normal when it goes both ways: up and down, if it remains static then, their is no heart beat is there? The heart stops, and so does life if it remains static.
Trust these times in your life because it is what you need for your personal growth.
Welcome change in your life, enjoy it and stay happy, it isn’t easy to remain optimistic all your life, everyone has their moments what matters is you get out of that phase and return with full strength,
“Life isn’t about waiting for the rain to pass, its about learning how to dance in the rain”
Written by: Anonymous
- Журналисты «Бабеля» основным предметом разговора со мной, сделали так называемую «репутацию».
Пришлось объяснить им, что я не привык отягощать себя неработающими вещами.)
В нашей стране все известные мне случаи апелляции к репутации - сводились к попыткам сделать тебя управляемым.
Не, ребята. Не проканает.)
The oldest Iranian hand-woven carpet was discovered in 1949 during the second phase of Russian archeological excavations by Rodenko in the Pazyryk region and was called the Pazyryk carpet.
In a book published in Russia on the occasion of these discoveries in 1953, Rodenko wrote a detailed description of the discovered carpet, explicitly stating the work of Iran and the oldest Iranian carpet in the world. He wrote: "Without being able to say with certainty which of the lands of the Medes (ancient Khorasan) or Persia, the date of the carpet and the fabrics discovered in Pazyryk is the fifth or early fourth century BC. It will be recognized. "
Then he adds: "The history of this rug is known from the shape of the horsemen. The way of showing the horses m10.jpg "Pazyryk of various details and how to tie the horses' tails can also be seen in the reliefs of Persepolis."
During the Mongol domination (13th and 14th centuries AD), carpet weaving reached a very high level of beauty and technique. The flourishing of this industry may have coincided with the reign of Ghazan Khan (1305-1295 AD).
But the peak of classical Iranian carpet, which is known as the Renaissance of Iranian carpet, has been recorded during the Safavid sultans (1722-1499 AD), especially during the reign of Shah Tahmasb I (1587-1524 AD) and Shah Abbas Kabir (1629-1587 AD). اند. About 3,000 carpets are remembered from this period, which are kept in the great museums of the world or in private collections.
During this period, carpet weaving workshops were built next to the palaces of kings and various centers that previously existed in Tabriz, Isfahan, Kashan, Mashhad, Kerman, Joshqan, Yazd, Astarabad, Herat and northern states such as Shirvan, Qarabagh and Gilan were further developed and prospered. they got.
At the same time, high-ranking painters and painters incorporated concise designs and a combination of bergamot in the middle of the rug and elastics. That is, the same design that was previously used in the most beautiful way in the fifteenth century on the cover of valuable books.
With the occupation of the country by the Afghans (1722-1721 AD), this industry and art declined.
In the 19th century, Iranian carpets, especially the exquisite carpets of Tabriz, found their way to Europe. Representatives from European countries were sent to all the countries of the Orient and, in a very intense competition, collected all the old carpets and sent them to Constantinople, which was still the most important carpet market in the Orient.
With the depletion of old carpet resources, British (Ziegler 1883) American and German companies set up unlimited workshops in Tabriz, Sultanabad (Arak), Kerman. This trend continued until World War I, when carpet production increased significantly.