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Annie Besant

On Monday, the 15th February, 2010
Annie Besant

She was successively a catholic, a Socialist, an atheist, masona, teósofa and politics. Photo: Wikipedia. Annie Wood was born in 1847, in London, in a family of middle class of Irish origin and along his life it was always proud to be an Irish. His father, doctor, died when she was five years old, leaving the family in the difficult one...
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Vicente Ferrer

On Friday, the 19th June, 2009
Vicente Ferrer

A singular man left us: other Photo dedicated his life to: Foundation Vicente Ferrer La the first time that I heard speaking about Vicente Ferrer it was me who was one child. He was in the mythical radio program you they are formidable, presented by Alberto Oliveras, who later would turn into the official biographer of Ferrer. Between the extraordinary one...
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Fortaleza of Mehrangarh

On Thursday, the 11th June, 2009
Fortaleza of Mehrangarh

In the city of Jodhpur (India), XVth century Photo: Wikipedia A the majority of the paintings of the court of Jodhpur about which we speak yesterday comes from the museum installed in the fortitude of Mehrangarh, colossal structure that presides at the city from the hill in which it was constructed. In 1458, Rao Jodha, of the dynasty Rathore, decided...
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The paintings of the court of Jodhpur

On Tuesday, the 9th June, 2009
The paintings of the court of Jodhpur

Exhibition ‘Garden and cosmos’ in London The Mandala of Shiva (detail) (1827) © Mehrangarh Museum Trust En British Museum the exhibition Garden and Cosmos: The Royal Paintings of Jodhpur presents 56 paintings proceeding from the India, dated between the XVIIth and XIXth centuries, none of which has been showed earlier in Europe. During this period...
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Nicolás Notovich (1)

On Tuesday, the 4th December, 2007
Nicolás Notovich (1)

Was Jesus de Nazaret in the India? Fortaleza in Ladakh (1933) of Nicolás Roerich. There has change of air on linen (61 x 96,5 cm) Nicolás Roerich Museum, New York. When I wrote on The Gospel of Aquarius: Jesus in the India I said that we would keep on speaking about the topic and there we go. Nicolás Notovich was a Russian journalist who traveled to the India...
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