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It was on July 31, 1741 that the forces of the then king Marthanda Varma defeated the Dutch, both at sea and on land, in a unique amphibious battle. Marthanda Varma recorded this conquest with a ‘Victory Pillar' erected near the Colachel beach.
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In the 18th century, Dutch East India Company was establishing commercial interests in western coast and Kayamkulam kingdom was the key supplier of almost all their pepper consignment. When Travancore King, Marthanda Varma began expanding his kingdom and took out a military campaign against Kayamkulam, fearing that their trade interests were at stake, the Dutch intervened, leading to the Travancore – Dutch war.
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After the Dutch began losing the war and retreating back to Kochi, the Dutch navy personnel led by Flemish commander, Captain Eustachius De Lannoy landed at Colachel and started a military campaign. Both the armies met at Colachel on August 10 and the Dutch navy was crushed, resulting in the surrender of De Lannoy and his deputy.
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De Lannoy later joined Travancore army to become its commander in chief and over the period he modernised Travancore army on European standards, which won many battles for Travancore in following years. Having served Tranvancore army for nearly three decades and earning a great reputation among locals as ‘Valia Kappithan’ (Great Commander), he died in 1977 and was laid to rest at Udhayagiri Fort in Kanyakumari district.
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The Battle of Colachel is considered by some as the only naval victory by an Asian force over a European force.

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This is the way how @eco_vivo appreciates water and land: our mother earth.
Find the full story on:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_EOj3oShXU
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Our Odyssey isn’t only the traditional songs and brilliant performers. It’s always full of incredible landscapes and amazing views .
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#poly #polyphony #polyphonyproject #project #art #heritage #intangibleheritage #music #folk #folkmusic #ukraine #ukrainecultural #cultural #instaukraine #road #instaukraine #fotooftheday #wowukraine

An element of ayurveda and the traditional spice family in India, the clove has multiple utilities across countries and cultures. Used in curries, warm beverages and sweets, clove has a subtle smell to it and can make Indian recipes shine. So captivating is the fragrance that clove has also been an important element of aromatherapy across the world. Besides that, in an interesting use of its flower-like shape, clove was also used in Bengali wedding rituals to adorn the bride with a paste of sandalwood. Even though the use of clove in keeping the betel leaf in place is common till date, this practice had assumed an extravagant shape when emperors started making their clove in gold, only to be thrown away when eating that betel.

Our new range of Tohfas carry on them this fragrance of utmost value and take you back in time. Rose and lavender aside, these spice candles give your home a different aroma and remind you of your favourite savouries that you grew up relishing. Together with a chai cup that speaks of conversations and leisure, this product is a blend of the memories and their reminiscence, of heritage and its universality.

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presenting here are the photos from the Show of Innovative Women Crafting which were held by the University of London. Let’s experience the sparkles that are created by the combination of traditional craftsmanship and modern fashion. The Show exhibited the innovative women crafting which is supported by VIP Public Welfare and China Women’s Development Foundation. Applaud for the power of women!

I made it one more the most beautiful moment in my life with those lovely people who are came from all different states. I enjoyed this concert with their Chuimse "Ulssigu" and I could see them and feel their hearts and some changes of their emotion. Thank to their help we made a great track of "Ongheya" as well. I hope there will happen many of good events to you and see you someday. LOVE!!!!♡
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Like the history of many spices, team KHAYAAL takes you through the history of clove which goes back many centuries. In fact, this spice was one of the first to be traded and evidence of clove have been found in vessels dating as far back as 1721 BC. Throughout history it has been highly sought-after by buyers, from the street markets of ancient Rome to the narrow souks of the Arabian peninsula.
The spice gets its name from the French word, "clou", which means nail, as many have remarked on how much clove looks like nail. Locally called as 'laung' in Hindi, 'lavang' in Gujarati or 'kirambu' in Tamil, folklore has it that sucking in two full cloves without chewing or swallowing them helps to control the desire for consuming alcohol.
Clove has been traditionally used to overwhelm a dish. In Asian cooking, both in the India subcontinent and in the South East Asia, cloves are an essential spice used especially to flavour curries especially to flavor curries and to lend taste and aroma to rice.
Equally as important as its culinary uses are its medicinal properties. India's long-established Ayurvedic healers have used clove ever since ancient times to take care of respiratory and digestive orders.

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The terraced landscapes of Vietnam have permitted pond-field techniques for rice cultivation to be used in mountainous terrain. This agricultural practice has shaped astonishing landscapes, where traditions and living experiences related to rice cultivation live on.

An example is Mu Cang Chai, a remote district located in Vietnam's Northwest mountain range. This mesmerizing site has been globally recognized as “one of the most striking green landscapes in the world,” resulting in significant attention from the international traveller communities.

The area’s increasing fame has offered many economic benefits to local communities in one of the country’s most marginalized areas. These include income boosting, job creation and regenerating of traditional crafts and cultural practices. However, uncurbed tourism could bring negative impacts to the physical structure and intangible values associated with this living heritage.

Community-based tourism, a successful model largely applied in the Southeast Asian mountainous rice terraces, has been recently integrated in Mu Cang Chai as a sustainable tool to safeguard and valorize the site and the intangible heritage that surrounds it.

Read the blog post by Thi Thanh Tu Le, European Master of Dynamics of Cultural Landscapes and Heritage Management and ICCROM intern from Vietnam 🇻🇳 ! Link in bio 🌾

Image credit - Quang Nguyen Vinh via Pixabay

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International ✌️oga Day! June 21, 2018! Bring a friend to any class for free 🙏.
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“Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in India. The word ‘yoga’ derives from Sanskrit and means to join or to unite, symbolizing the union of body and consciousness. Today it is practiced in various forms around the world and continues to grow in popularity.
Recognizing its universal appeal, on 11 December 2014, the United Nations proclaimed 21 June as the International Day of Yoga by resolution 69/131. The International Day of Yoga aims to raise awareness worldwide of the many benefits of practicing yoga.” - UN.ORG
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Yoga for Peace:
The theme for the 2018 celebration, organized by the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations, is 'Yoga for Peace.'
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How do you create peace on and off your mat? How can we use yoga as a tool to share and spread this peace?
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#fthisishard #yogaeverydamnday #loveandalliscoming #internationalyogaday #yogaforpeace #peace #un #intangibleheritage #heritage #universalpractice #light #onebreathatatime #practiceandalliscoming #annarbormichigan #michiganyoga #southafrica #lionshead #namaste #xo

Lunch at the Shields Tavern. Eating shrimp and crawfish stew made from an 18th century recipe. Love learning history through my tastebuds! #intangibleheritage #historyrootedincuisine #findyourfunwmbg #colonialhistory #colonialcooking #gastronomy #historicalfood

Penjaa nakegu
One of many rituals in a marriage ceremony in which the bride-to-be is invited to her maternal uncle's house for the last time before she gets married. She is served with baji bhwe and offered sagan:. Ala, a red coloring is applied on her feet by her maternal aunt...
#newa #nepal #aahakathmandu #peopleofnepal #facesofkathmandu #layalama #colorsofkathmandu #ritualsofnepal #intangibleheritage #SaveHeritage

Known as the 'Queen of spices', Cardamom commonly referred to as elaichi has been an important element in the traditional recipes of India right from the time of the Mughals, primarily because of its statement fragrance. Used in kheer, pulao and sweets of all kinds, elaichi has been that subtle spice that Indians can never do away with!

Our new range of Tohfas carry on them this fragrance of
your grandmother's kitchen and take you back in time. Rose and lavender aside, these spice candles give your home a different aroma and remind you of your favourite savouries that you grew up relishing. Together with a chai cup that speaks of conversations and leisure, this product is a blend of the memories and their reminiscence, of the heritage and its universality.

#khayaal #aisehikhayaalaaya #tohfa #cardamom #flavoursofindia #spiceofindia #intangibleheritage #culinaryheritage #heritagehasnoboundary #CHM #heritagemanagement #instagram #culturalheritage

So today I join 11 @UniCanberra students and colleague @kookyplum for our 16 day #newcolumboplan study tour in Singapore. Follow our adventures in #urbanheritage #intangibleheritage #culturaldiversity #natureculture on #uc_sgheritage . Its rainy season so its going to be wet and wild!

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