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5 Paulo Coelho books you must read!

What is written down is written down, all you have to do is pick up your own read and Paulo Coelho is always worth a shot! Of the billions of books in the world, I am always game for this prolific author who not only knows a lot of great inspiration things but also knows how to get your head stuck to his books until it’s completed! Now, all his books are worth your while but I have some great books written by him that are definitely going to change your life forever, so, here we go! The Alchemist....

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Few hidden facts about Lion

A lion of all the animals is the perfect metaphor for power and strength. It was used by tribes as their emblem, from times immemorial.  Generally, the lion represents potency, pride, and virility. Potency, for creating an impact or an impression on other tribes. Pride, as to show their pride for their own tribe and virility, for the manliness of the tribe. The proofs of the lion being the symbol of many tribes have been found from the upper Paleolithic period in the carvings of Lascaux and Chauvet caves. They have been kept in menageries since the times of...

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What is the mythology behind Tigers?

Tigers, the charismatic mega fauna, are the world’s largest cat species. They are usually territorial but often have to be social and have to keep a habitat in large areas in order to fulfill their prey requirements. This wonderful animal is found in the west of black sea to the south of Indian Ocean. Tigers have been recognized in the mythology and folklore. They have found their place in ancient literature to the modern films. They are found on flags of countries to the jerseys of the sportsmen. The evolution of tigers can be seen from snow leopard. They...

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Wolves – Read these few lesser known facts about them

Wolves, as we all know, are famous for their special way of communication through howling. The lesser known fact is that it was also used as an emblem to various clans of tribes. The icon differed in various tribes. But the message it conveyed was all the same. It is a common motif of mythologies in Europe, Asia, and America. In several instances, wolves were associated with witchcraft in some parts of Europe and America.  In Norse folklore, Hyndla the witch and the giantess Hyrokkin are both portrayed as using wolves as mounts, while in Navajo culture, wolves were feared as witches...

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