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Rani Breast Photo


rani breast photo
    breast
  • A person's chest
  • The corresponding less-developed part of a man's body
  • the front of the trunk from the neck to the abdomen; "he beat his breast in anger"
  • either of two soft fleshy milk-secreting glandular organs on the chest of a woman
  • meet at breast level; "The runner breasted the tape"
  • Either of the two soft, protruding organs on the upper front of a woman's body that secrete milk after pregnancy
    photo
  • A photo finish
  • PHOTO was the name of an American photographic magazine geared towards men. It was published monthly by the Official Magazine Corporation beginning in June 1952.
  • A photograph
  • photograph: a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
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HAPPY TIHAR 2007
HAPPY TIHAR 2007
Happy tihar Tihar Day 1 - Kag Tihar - worshiping of crows - feed them and keep them happy Day 2 - Kukur Tihar - worshiping of dogs - the protector of our homes Day 3 - Cow Tika - worshiping of cows Day 3 - Laxmi Puja - worshiping of Fortune Goddess Day 3 - Tihar Songs: Bhailini - girls sing an unique song! Day 4 - Various Puja and Tihar Song: Deusi - boys sing Deusi, a popular Tihar song! Day 4 - Tihar Songs : Deusi - Pujas and singing Tihar's special song Day 5 - Tika Day (Final Day) - tika for a long life! The Nepali festival Tihar is also known by many names such as Dipawali or as a festival of lights. It is a five-day festival, soon after the Dashain Festival, and is all about worshiping of different animals and the Hindu Goddess of Fortune or Wealth (Goddess Laxmi), and cooking, brothers and sisters shopping for gifts, flying kites, decorating homes and streets, playing cards with friends, resting and relaxing, and finally ending the festival with an exchange of a special temporary mark on forehead (tika). The last day of the festival is known as Tika day or popularly known as Bhai Tika day (Bhai in Nepali means Brother). Tihar is the festival when sisters wish a long life to their brother! Tihar is a festival for brothers and sisters, but if you have no sibling you choose a close relative (or failing that a friend or neighbour) as a substitute. Whom ever you made your sister or brother remains so for life, and each year this festival makes your bond stronger. Tihar is the most popular festival in Nepal. Tihar Day First: Tihar and Crows Early in the morning of the first day of Tihar, family prepares a meal. Each member of the family takes the first portion of the meal outside on a platter. The crows come down in large numbers and share the feast, they call others before beginning to eat : Share, Share what you have with all! Crows (Kag in Nepali) are considered as the messenger of the Lord of Death, Yama. There is a popular Nepali superstition: When the crows caw, sadness is coming.) On this day crows are worshiped and are kept happy. Where there are no crows, any bird will enjoy the feast. Tihar is also about appreciating animals around us. Tihar Day Two: Tihar and Dogs On the second day of Tihar, Kukur (Dogs) are adorned with flower garlands, red tika on their forehead, and are offered food, they are the king of the day! On this day, people pray to the Kukur to guard their homes. There are lots of stray Kukur, but on this day, even the most unsightly Kukkur will be treated like a king, every dog has a day. Tihar is also about breaking the boundaries only men created, "The Good", "The Bad", "The Ugly"! In Hinduism it is believed that Kukur guards the underworld empire. Tihar Day Three Tihar and Cows The 3rd day of Tihar is about worshiping the mother of the universe - the cow. According to Hinduism, the human infant is fed breast milk by its human mother but after weaning, the cow acts as the surrogate mother providing milk for the rest of the human life. Cows are the sacred animal. The cow puja is performed by giving a tika to a cow on her forehead, and a flower garland (Flower Leis) on the neck, and offering food. Those performing Cow puja place her manure in different parts of the home, drink a drop or two of the cow's urine, as a part of a purification process. Also dip a blade of grass into the urine and lightly sprinkle it on each other's body to become closer to the mother of the universe - cow. Laxmi Goddess Tihar and Laxmi Puja – day three One of the most important parts of the festival is Laxmi Puja on which day the Goddess of wealth (Laxmi) is worshiped in every household in the entire Kingdom by means of Puja, decoration, candle lights, and oil lamps. In this 3rd day, the entire nation becomes an illumination of lights. Pictures and icons of Laxmi Devi are placed and worshiped in a Puja room (or a place in a living room dedicated for worshiping Gods) Puja is performed using flowers, incense, oil lamps, color-powders, bell and money (both notes and coins). Laxmi puja is performed at dusk using red mud, and puja is often done by a female in the family. She uses her hand covered with red mud to make a symbolic foot-print on the floor entering the home and makes a trail leading to the Puja room. Laxmi puja is also done by businesses. Business-Laxmi-Puja is done exactly the same way as is done in home. Usually the company's cashier performs the puja during which time the entire office including office compounds are lit with various lights including electrical, candle lights, and oil lamps and usually staffs are invited to participate in the puja procession. "Tihar and Songs : Bhailini Songs (3rd Day) The eve of Laxmi Puja Day is made spectacular not only by lights but also by echos of a special song known as Bhailo or Bhailini that's played only on this day in the entire year. A group of girls get togethe
breast balls
breast balls
We thought we'd never be able to find them locally, but we came across a great vendor of breast balls at the flea market. But they clearly say on the box that you're not supposed to hit them with a bat. As everybody knows, quality breast balls can be hit with a bat.

rani breast photo
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