Well, it's a big building, true, but why couldn't it be a dorm, or a hotel, or a hospital, or even a brothel? The deeper political agenda of the author of the posting was betrayed by that second set of remarks, particularly by the gratuitous reference to Muslim conversion, and I am grateful to the unnamed Muslim in this vignette for so aptly invoking the wise words of Vivekananda or, as the case may more probably be,.
This open-mindedness was supported by the tendency of Hindus to be more orthoprax than orthodox.
In 1856 an English general named Alexander Cunningham, later director general of the archaeological survey of northern India, visited Harappa, where an English engineer named William Brunton was gathering bricks including what he recognized as bricks from the IVC as ballast for a railway he was building between Multan and Lahore.
It will exactly give you much more perks.
The animals represented probably existed there it would be hard for someone who had never seen an elephant to draw a picture of an elephant , though there may be false positives an artist could have copied someone else's picture of an elephant, and the existence of images of a creature half bull and half man certainly does not prove that such tauranthropoi actually existed.
At the moment of execution she embraced a Pariah woman, Ellamma, for her sympathy.