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Thaipusam: Singapore has nominated the Tamil festival for UNESCO’s cultural heritage list
Thaipusam is a colourful temple festival held annually here by Hindus of Tamil heritage. It is one of ten items nominated by Singapore for inclusion on UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH).
People devote Tamil God Lord Subramaniam, aka Lord Murugan is the deity of youth, might, and virtue for this festival. It is a repentance occasion performed between January and February during the full moon in the Hindu calendar’s 10th month.
The National Heritage Board (NHB) will consult the public in the coming months before deciding on the country’s second nomination for inclusion on UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The statement made by Youth Low Yen Ling, Minister of State for Culture, Community, and Youth.
You may recall the old memories at the time of your death: New Study
Canadian scientific research team has done a recent study about what happens after we die.
The journal Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience published the study’s findings. It gives new insights into one of today’s most hotly contested subjects.
The scientists’ primary goal was to monitor the brainwaves of an 87-year-old man who had acquired epilepsy. He died abruptly during the neurological recording due to a deadly heart attack. And providing them with a recording of a dying brain.
The neurological recording indicated that the man’s brain waves followed the same patterns as recalling memories in the 30 seconds before and after death.
Vegetarian diet may reduce cancer risk: New Study
“A vegetarian diet is a healthy diet that may decrease LDL cholesterol levels and blood pressure,” says Minal Shah. He is a senior nutrition therapist at Fortis Hospital, Mulund. This diet has the potential to lower the prevalence of hypertension, metabolic disorders, including obesity and type 2 diabetes, as well as the risk of mortality from ischemic heart disease.”
According to a recent study done by the World Cancer Research Fund, Cancer Research UK, and Oxford Population Health, vegetarians are less likely to develop cancer than meat or fish eaters.
BMC Medicine published the study, undertaken for analysing diet groups of over 450,000 people. The study also looked at those who are pescatarians (fish eaters), and vegetarians who never eat meat or fish.
Dr Ayan Basu, Radiation Oncology specialist, HCG EKO Cancer Center, Kolkata, agreed with the study’s findings. He says, pursuing a vegetarian diet can significantly reduce the incidence of developing not only colorectal or other gastrointestinal cancer. But will also help decrease overall cancer incidence in the population.”
Covid-19: Abu Dhabi government lifts off the restrictions for foreign travellers
Abu Dhabi has joined the list of nations that have lifted the restriction for fully vaccinated inbound travellers to fly into the Emirates without undergoing a Covid PCR test.
The government has phased down the green list system linked to Covid-19 limitations that demanded severe inspections. And on-arrival PCR tests at Abu Dhabi International Airport are no longer obligatory for all travellers. Regardless of vaccination status, according to the amended guidelines.
Unvaccinated travellers must still produce a negative PCR test result obtained within 48 hours of their intended departure. Or else a Covid-19 recovery certificate dated within 30 days of departure, with a readable QR code. Excluding the travellers under the age of 12.
According to the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism (DCT Abu).
Delta 105 Army Theme Park now has the Longest Zipline in Delhi NCR
The longest zipline in the Delhi NCR can be found just 30 minutes drive from Gurugram at Delta 105, an army theme park in Manesar, Haryana.
The zipline spans 224 metres and begins at 40 metres height, making it the tallest zipline in Delhi NCR. It can accommodate two persons at the same time.
The park, located in the hamlet of Pada in Haryana, comprises 20 acres of ground and offers a variety of interesting activities. In addition, for lodging, there are ten luxurious tents with associated toilets.
Among the activities available are maze navigation, basket, archery, paintball, and a guided tour of a warzone. Further, cultural events include magic performances, puppet shows, and ghoomar dancing.