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jatel0:

For The Masses:

http://gen.lib.rus.ec

http://textbooknova.com

http://en.bookfi.org/

http://www.gutenberg.org

http://ebookee.org

http://www.manybooks.net

http://www.giuciao.com

http://www.feedurbrain.com

http://oll.libertyfund.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=380

http://www.alleng.ru/ 

http://www.eknigu.com/ 

http://ishare.iask.sina.com.cn/

http://2020ok.com/

http://www.freebookspot.es/Default.aspx

http://www.freeetextbooks.com/

http://onebigtorrent.org/

http://www.downeu.me/ebook/

http://forums.mvgroup.org

http://theaudiobookbay.com/

More Here

Reblog to save a life.

I remember playing with these, “KavDay” - as we called it, as a substitute for dice. Definitely the most popular game played using it was the famous Chowka Bara, a game similar to Ludo which has been in Indian stories and mythology for many generations. 
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libutron:

Mole Cowry - Talparia talpa 
What you see in the first photo is a live specimen of the commonly known as Mole Cowry, Talparia talpa (Littorinimorpha - Cypraeidae), in which the mantle of the animal is almost fully extended covering the shell.
Formerly named Cypraea talpa, the Mole Cowry is a sea snail (Gastropoda) with brilliant brown shells transversely banded in lighter color. The species is uncommon and native to the Indo-Pacific waters. 
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Tanaka Juuyoh | Locality: Mactan Cebu, Central Visayas, Philippines - 42m deep, 2006] - [Bottom: ©Natural History Museum Rotterdam-WoRMS | Locality: Central Visayas, Philippines, 1978]
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I remember playing with these, “KavDay” - as we called it, as a substitute for dice. Definitely the most popular game played using it was the famous Chowka Bara, a game similar to Ludo which has been in Indian stories and mythology for many generations. 
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libutron:

Mole Cowry - Talparia talpa 
What you see in the first photo is a live specimen of the commonly known as Mole Cowry, Talparia talpa (Littorinimorpha - Cypraeidae), in which the mantle of the animal is almost fully extended covering the shell.
Formerly named Cypraea talpa, the Mole Cowry is a sea snail (Gastropoda) with brilliant brown shells transversely banded in lighter color. The species is uncommon and native to the Indo-Pacific waters. 
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Tanaka Juuyoh | Locality: Mactan Cebu, Central Visayas, Philippines - 42m deep, 2006] - [Bottom: ©Natural History Museum Rotterdam-WoRMS | Locality: Central Visayas, Philippines, 1978]
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I remember playing with these, “KavDay” - as we called it, as a substitute for dice. Definitely the most popular game played using it was the famous Chowka Bara, a game similar to Ludo which has been in Indian stories and mythology for many generations. 

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My first #hyperlapse live the seamless experience. This is the ski lift from heavenly village to the gondolas. Lake Tahoe in the background. #california #travel #tahoe #summer (at Heavenly Gondola Observation Deck, Lake Tahoe)

Emerald bay and Fanette island from the bay’s vista point. Lake Tahoe is turning out to be a great place to visit, so close to home that too.

Emerald bay and Fanette island from the bay’s vista point. Lake Tahoe is turning out to be a great place to visit, so close to home that too.

Remembering our trip to Napa and all its vineyards. We had an interesting discussion around earthquake and its intensity, and remembered that the Richter is a logarithmic scale. This means that a 6.2 is roughly twice as bad a 6.1 earthquake. 

Remembering our trip to Napa and all its vineyards. We had an interesting discussion around earthquake and its intensity, and remembered that the Richter is a logarithmic scale. This means that a 6.2 is roughly twice as bad a 6.1 earthquake. 

Went on road trip to LA last week and drove on CA 1 passing Big Sur, Carmel and Monterey bay. With scenes like this and breaching whales, we’re bound to come back here for a longer visit. More pictures as well.

Went on road trip to LA last week and drove on CA 1 passing Big Sur, Carmel and Monterey bay. With scenes like this and breaching whales, we’re bound to come back here for a longer visit. More pictures as well.

… relentless quest to pin-point the exact date of the main battle of the Mahabharata. Despite what the brainwashed pinko Commie agents tell you, we all know that there is nothing metaphorical about our ancient texts. It’s all literal. These events actually happened. As you can see, these aren’t just stories passed from one generation to the next until someone was thoughtful enough to note it down. Nope. These were passed around word for word, without the narrator’s biases or abilities of comprehension interfering with the narrative.

http://scroll.in/article/670643/Biased-liberal-mafia-takes-on-India’s-new-head-of-historical-research 

Mahabharata is definitely the more believable text among Hindu mythologies, but there are still some outrageous things about the whole thing. Case in point Ghatotkacha. The problem with far right is the very essence of the paragraph, stubbornness to consider an alternate theory or think with an open mind. 

Birding in the new world

I’m excited to be birding in the new world and observing new species of animals and plants. I have already been on 3 birding trips and I’m beginning to identify and spot common birds. I have heard from many folks that birding in the west is way different from birding in India. Even with my limited experience, I can already begin to see the differences in culture. 

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The problem with the normals and tech is the same as the problem with the normals and politics, or society in general. People believe they are powerless and alone, but the only thing that keeps people powerless and alone is that same belief. People, working together, are immensely and terrifyingly powerful.

Everything is broken - on medium https://medium.com/message/81e5f33a24e1