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24 Day 200-Hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training ...
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Yoga Alliance Teacher Training Course in IndiaOpen yourself up to the countless opportunities with SANCYA school of yoga's 200-hour yoga teacher training course near Auroville and Puducherry, India. This 200-hour course will help you discover the relationship between mind and body through yoga, meditation, and breathing techniques. SANCYA yoga focuses on how you can heal yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally using five elements, SANCYA School of Yoga is recognized by Yoga Alliance USA. Whether you are planning to start a new career as a yoga teacher, or are seeking a course for deep personal interest and expansion of your yoga knowledge and practice, this teacher training program will give you a firm foundation for both. This 24 days of yoga teacher training course will be unique because you will be guided by three yoga and naturopathy doctors and one yogic pandit.

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Stand: 28.10.2020
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Tamil Teacher
24,49 € *
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Tamil Teacher ab 24.49 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Schule & Lernen,

Anbieter: hugendubel
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Learn Tamil in a Month
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Learn Tamil in a Month ab 12.49 € als Taschenbuch: An Easy Method of Learning Tamil Through English Without a Teacher. New ed. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Englische Taschenbücher,

Anbieter: hugendubel
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The Tirukkural , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 353min
9,95 € *
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The Tirukkural (honoured Kural) is one of the world's greatest literary and philosophical masterpieces. Composed in Tamil by Tiruvalluvar sometime between 2 BCE and 5 CE, its succinct couplets seek to explain and guide the listener through life's various situations: political, spiritual, domestic and social. Not much is known about Tiruvalluvar. He is believed to have been one or more of the following: a weaver, an ascetic, a teacher, a minister, a seafarer, or even a king. What is indisputable, as Gopalkrishna Gandhi says in the preface, is that he was 'a clear thinker', 'a sharp observer of life' and 'a master of his language and...complex poetic forms'. Kural, in Tamil, means 'short'. Each of the Tirukkural's 1,330 verses holds its meaning tightly, gives its message in something like telegraphese. Often called the universal book of principles, the work is organized into 133 chapters and three books. Book I: Being Good is aimed at householders and sets out the principles of leading an ethical life. Book II: Being Politic is a manual for rulers and statesmen on the qualities and duties of leaders, aspects of governance, military strategies, and methods to acquire wealth honestly. Book III: Being in Love is a poetic exposition on love. It is presented from the points of view of both the man and the woman in different situations - from the moment of falling in love through the pain of separation to the joy of reconciliation. Talking about our classics, the philosopher and statesman Dr S. Radhakrishnan said as they 'constitute the essential spirit of our culture, are a part of our very being, they should receive changing expression according to the needs and conditions of [a particular] time'. Gopalkrishna Gandhi's retelling of the Kural, in keeping with that philosophy, showcases the great beauty and wisdom of Tiruvalluvar's masterpiece for the 21st-century listener. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Neil Shah. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/029050/bk_adbl_029050_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
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Saffron and Silk (eBook, ePUB)
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Print InformationTitle Language Print ISBN9780994523020Book Subtitle Series Name Series No. Edition Name Edition No. Authors & ContributorsRole Contributor First Name Contributor Last Name Contributor Middle Country State/Province City Contributor's BiographyAnne Benjamin is a writer, poet and educator. She was born and raised in the Hunter Valley in NSW. In 1984 she married her Indian-born husband and joined him in India in his work on behalf of the poor. Their first child was born in India. Anne has won awards for her poetry, fiction and non-fiction. She has served variously as teacher, teacher-educator, academic, researcher, administrator and in university governance. From 1990-2005, she held senior roles in Catholic education in western Sydney including nine years as Director responsible for 75 schools in the region. She is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Western Sydney and an Honorary Professor of the Australian Catholic University. She has conducted over 40 reviews of senior educators, leaders and organisations.She regularly visits India where she enjoys the company of family and friends.Contributor's Prior WorkPrior publications include: Catholic Schools: Hope in Uncertain Times (co-edited with Dan Riley); Children of the Kingdom, an award-winning curriculum for primary school children; Story-Makers, an award-winning curriculum resource; Gemstones (ed), an anthology of collaborative tanka written with 7 international poets; Saffron and Silk (originally published 2016); Australian Catholic Educators 1820-2020 (in publication); numerous articles on education, poetry, leadership; poetry, reviews, short stories and non-fiction in international journals.Contributor's AffiliationsRegular contributor to Kerala Naadam, Ribbons (Tanka Society of America), Eucalypt (tanka journal), Kokako (NZ tanka journal), Gusts (Canadian tanka journal);CategoriesImprint SubjectBIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / GeneralFAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / GeneralTRAVEL / Asia / India & South AsiaAudience Regional SubjectIndian sub-continentThema SubjectBiography: generalPoverty and precaritySocial workIndian sub-continentTitle Description Saffron and Silk is about two unlikely lovers: a handsome thirty-something Indian and a thirty-something Australian woman. Out of character with her background and normal demeanour, the bride has left her life in Australia to marry and live in the South Indian city of Chennai. Readers enter into the bride's new family and their Kerala origins and into some of the rich culture of Tamil legends and history. She shares her struggles and frustrations as a 'foreign wife' and her insights into both the domestic minutiae of everyday life and the macro challenges of poverty.These stories are all set within the annual cycle of religious feasts and festivals around which life in India turns. The author tells of a famous relative who was close to Mahatma Gandhi, the death in custody of a former member of parliament she met, the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and threats to her and her husband. Saffron and Silk gives personal insights into poverty in a wealthy complex nation.There are also domestic matters - motherhood, women, travel. Saffron and Silk gives an insider's story of some of the treasures and dilemmas of India.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 28.10.2020
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Saffron and Silk (eBook, ePUB)
5,99 € *
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Print InformationTitle Language Print ISBN9780994523020Book Subtitle Series Name Series No. Edition Name Edition No. Authors & ContributorsRole Contributor First Name Contributor Last Name Contributor Middle Country State/Province City Contributor's BiographyAnne Benjamin is a writer, poet and educator. She was born and raised in the Hunter Valley in NSW. In 1984 she married her Indian-born husband and joined him in India in his work on behalf of the poor. Their first child was born in India. Anne has won awards for her poetry, fiction and non-fiction. She has served variously as teacher, teacher-educator, academic, researcher, administrator and in university governance. From 1990-2005, she held senior roles in Catholic education in western Sydney including nine years as Director responsible for 75 schools in the region. She is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Western Sydney and an Honorary Professor of the Australian Catholic University. She has conducted over 40 reviews of senior educators, leaders and organisations.She regularly visits India where she enjoys the company of family and friends.Contributor's Prior WorkPrior publications include: Catholic Schools: Hope in Uncertain Times (co-edited with Dan Riley); Children of the Kingdom, an award-winning curriculum for primary school children; Story-Makers, an award-winning curriculum resource; Gemstones (ed), an anthology of collaborative tanka written with 7 international poets; Saffron and Silk (originally published 2016); Australian Catholic Educators 1820-2020 (in publication); numerous articles on education, poetry, leadership; poetry, reviews, short stories and non-fiction in international journals.Contributor's AffiliationsRegular contributor to Kerala Naadam, Ribbons (Tanka Society of America), Eucalypt (tanka journal), Kokako (NZ tanka journal), Gusts (Canadian tanka journal);CategoriesImprint SubjectBIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / GeneralFAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / GeneralTRAVEL / Asia / India & South AsiaAudience Regional SubjectIndian sub-continentThema SubjectBiography: generalPoverty and precaritySocial workIndian sub-continentTitle Description Saffron and Silk is about two unlikely lovers: a handsome thirty-something Indian and a thirty-something Australian woman. Out of character with her background and normal demeanour, the bride has left her life in Australia to marry and live in the South Indian city of Chennai. Readers enter into the bride's new family and their Kerala origins and into some of the rich culture of Tamil legends and history. She shares her struggles and frustrations as a 'foreign wife' and her insights into both the domestic minutiae of everyday life and the macro challenges of poverty.These stories are all set within the annual cycle of religious feasts and festivals around which life in India turns. The author tells of a famous relative who was close to Mahatma Gandhi, the death in custody of a former member of parliament she met, the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and threats to her and her husband. Saffron and Silk gives personal insights into poverty in a wealthy complex nation.There are also domestic matters - motherhood, women, travel. Saffron and Silk gives an insider's story of some of the treasures and dilemmas of India.

Anbieter: buecher
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Tamil Teacher
24,99 € *
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Tamil Teacher ab 24.99 EURO

Anbieter: ebook.de
Stand: 28.10.2020
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Alexander Mervart
39,00 € *
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Alexander Mikhailovich Mervart (1884 - 1932) was a Russian indologist, ethnographer, linguist and the first Russian dravidologist. In 1913, Mervart was appointed head of the Indian department at the Museum of Anthropology & Ethnography. In 1914-1918, he and his wife explored much of the territory of South India and Ceylon, and visited Malaya, Singapore and Indonesia. As a result of this expedition, Mervart managed to assemble a large and unique collection of artefacts and objects of folk art from all over South and Southeast Asia. Upon his return to Leningrad, Mervart became the keeper of the Museum of Anthropology & Ethnography (1924-1930) and a teacher at the Leningrad State University, where he would be the first one in Russia to introduce the course of the Tamil language to the curriculum. In 1926-1929, Mervart published around 20 scientific works (including two monographs) and numerous articles. In December 1929 he was arrested on trumped-up charges in the Academics' Case, accused of espionage and sentenced to five years of imprisonment by the OGPU Collegium. Alexander Mervart was sent to the Ukhtinsko-Pechorsky Labor Camp, where he would soon die.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Veerasingham Anandasangaree
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Veerasingham Anandasangaree (born 1933), commonly known as V. Anandasangaree or Sangaree is a Sri Lankan Tamil politician. He is the leader of the Tamil United Liberation Front. Anandasangaree worked as a teacher and lawyer before taking to politics. He became the president of the TULF in 2002. He was the only TULF Member of Parliament who refused to join the Tamil National Alliance, a coalition of Tamil parties allied with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), for the 2004 elections. He is an outspoken critic of the LTTE and advocate of a federal solution to the Sri Lankan ethnic conflict.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 28.10.2020
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