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This group deals with various historical aspects in india and other nations.  The goal is to introduce members from all nations to one another and to have the opportunity to know and appreciate each others culture and history.

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Latest Activity: Dec 10, 2011

TREASURE TROVE AT SREE PADMANABHA SWAMY TEMPLE AT KERALA ,INDIA...The most richest temple in India

Have you came to read about the legendary temple and its royal riches?

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The Sun Temple, Konark, Orissa, India

The Sun Temple, Konark, Orissa (Eastern India)Located on the shoreline, now a little over 3 km from the sea, the temple takes the form of the…Continue

Started by K.P. Jaikiran Dec 10, 2011.

What do you consider the most unique in Indian Culture? 34 Replies

i would like to commence the discussion based on this topic.Each one of you has his /her idea of this topic.It varies depending to countries and people.It would be fruitful to know each others view…Continue

Started by Vysakh.A.S. Last reply by Andrew Biza Nov 14, 2011.

TREASURE TROVE AT SREE PADMANABHA SWAMY TEMPLE AT KERALA ,INDIA...The most richest temple in India 22 Replies

Have you come to read about the legendary temple and its royal riches?Have you come to realise the undettered sincerity and devotion of the Travancore Kings ,who ruled as the vassals of the Lord to…Continue

Started by Vysakh.A.S. Last reply by Vysakh.A.S Sep 29, 2011.

Magh Mela Festival in India 1 Reply

I saw a headline post today regarding the annual month long Magh Mela Festival in India. From what I read, hundreds of thousands of hindu pilgrims travel to Sangam, an area where three rivers join.…Continue

Started by Brian Dwyer. Last reply by Professor V Jan 20, 2011.

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Comment by Vysakh.A.S on September 29, 2011 at 1:11am

Dear ALL,

Iam overwhelmed with the response that each one of you had given to my group and above all the participation in the discussion.I feel honoured at the vedio response that you had posted and am happy to meet you all individually via the vedio.MY sincere limitess gratitude to Prof.V in enabling this great venture of meeting the two civilizations .We are now the beads of a single chain and Teaching Cafe our faith.I extend my sincere gratitude to each one of you and Prof.V for the energizing audience and look forward your further participation in the discussions. Your response has once again cemented my commitment to the Cafe in all aspects.

Yours

VYSAKH
Comment by Serene Magac on September 13, 2011 at 4:12pm
Hi my name is Heavenle, I live in Florida but I'm not in Professors V's class. This festival sounds so amazing and big. I have always respected and adored the culture of India and all the colors it incorporates in its ceremonies. I don't think I saw but- how many days does this festival last?
Comment by Miranda Weese on September 11, 2011 at 8:57pm
Hello! My name is Miranda Weese! I live in Florida. I am 18 years old and I am studying to be a kindergarten teacher! I am attending State College of Florida and am looking forward to learn more about you!
Comment by Machell Bundy on September 11, 2011 at 6:38pm
Hi, my name is Machell Bundy and I am 35year old. I am attending classes at State College of Florida so I can become an ESE teacher. I am very interested in learning more about you and the way education is where you are from.
Comment by Kaylyn Halbert on September 11, 2011 at 1:06pm
Hello! My name is Kaylyn Halbert, I live in Florida. I am 19 years old. I am taking an education diversity class and I am studying to be an elementary school teacher. I hope to hear from you!
Comment by David Davenport on September 9, 2011 at 9:04pm

Hi Vysakh,

My name is Dave Davenport and I am a 44year old student.  I am studying to be a secondary/middle school teacher.  I look forward to learning more about your culture and the differences in our educational systems.

Comment by beverley comstock on August 31, 2011 at 12:44pm

Hi Vysakh,

I will be looking forward to exchanging ideas and visiting your country.  Have you ever visited Florida?  We are a group of students of Professor V and hope to be hearing from you.  Beverley Comstock

Comment by Cristian A Valencia on August 31, 2011 at 12:40pm

Hi there Vysakh,

My names Cristian, but everyone calls me cris since they dont feel like saying a mouth full.  Regardless, im taking proff V's intro to ed becuase im also aiming to be a teacher and mostly in the middle school area.  Im a Navy vet so im used to being an intructor of some kind to new faces and some old that dont have a clue.  I think thats why teaching is fun and very interacting, something new everyday.

Comment by Adrianne Olmstead on August 31, 2011 at 12:38pm
Hello my name is Adrianne Olmstead. I live in Florida in the USA. I am twenty years old. I am enrolled in Professor V's Intro to Education class. I am going to get my teaching degree and teach American Sign Language. I am in my third year of college and I already recieved my Associates Degree in General Education.
Comment by Taylor Lee Carlton on August 31, 2011 at 12:38pm
Hello, My name is Taylor I am in Professor V's Intro To Teaching class. I have never been to India, what is the culture like over there?
 

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