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Threshing in Traditional Way ll Lambasingi

Threshing is a common practice done by farmers to separate  grains from crops (rice,wheat,corn). Even though they are many different variety of machines available from small to big ones in the market, still they are not affordable / out of reach to many rural Indian farmers who are still depending on hard traditional methods using cattle for Threshing.
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Indian Farmers with Digital India ll evil eye protector vs bikini

Growing trend of Indian farmers using Indian heroine's/models bikini photos as "Evil Eye Protector" to save there farm lands from evil eyes

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Garden Party @ Rampachodavaram ll Vlog_004

This Vlog is about my ride with my best buddies on the occasion of Kartika Masam Garden Party (Vanabhojanam).

Vanabhojanam : It's a tradition followed by Hindus to have meals under Amla tree ( gooseberry ) in respect to nature. Vruksho rakshati rakshitah : which means If we protect trees, Tress will protect us back.

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Gubbala Mangamma Temple ll Vlog_003

My motorcycle Ride from Dowleswaram Barrage to Gubbala Mangamma Temple. Gubbala Mangamma Temple is one of the coolest place with mix of both Nature and Sacred.
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Ride to Polavaram Project Submerging Villages ll Vlog_002

My Motorcycle diaries with friends to polavaram project :-):-)  This project will submerge more than 200 villages displacing 2 lakhs people from four states of andhra pradesh, telangana. The roads and villages you see in this video will be submerged as the project takes shape.

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Sunrisers Riding Club Road Trip from Rajamahendravaram to Pamuleru ll Vlog_001

Riding a bike makes you feel free like a bird flying through the clouds
This video is dedicated to Sunrisers Riding Club ( We Ride Together, We Serve Together, We Rise Together )


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1100 years old Annamalaiyar Temple Tiruvannamalai (Arunachalam)

Tiruvannamalai is named after the central deity of the Annamalaiyar Temple, Annamalaiyar. The Karthigai Deepam festival is celebrated during the day of the full moon between November and December, and a huge beacon is lit atop the Annamalai hill. The event is witnessed by three million pilgrims. On the day preceding each full moon, pilgrims circumnavigate the temple base and the Annamalai hills in a worship called Girivalam, a practice carried out by one million pilgrims yearly.
Located on the foothills of Annamalai hills, Tiruvannamalai has been ruled by the Pallavas, the Medieval Cholas, the Later Cholas, Hoysalas, the Vijayanagar Empire, the Carnatic kingdom, Tipu Sultan, and the British. It served as the capital city of the Hoysalas. The town is built around the Annamalaiyar Temple like other Nayak capitals.                                                                                                - source wikipedia


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