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How to Embroider an Isolated Chain Stitch

The chain stitch is one of the most widely-used embroidery stitches in folk needle crafts, especially Jewish folk needle crafts. It’s also one of the most versatile. 297 more words

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Into the Depth

The best feeling is when it’s coincidence; an unexpected surprise, and so, we were just sitting by the side of the mamak stall under the orange sun-bright street light waiting for our unhealthy but better yet mouth-watering dinner to arrive and there you go– we pause–, the song plays from the next Indian Banana Leaf Restaurant… … 718 more words


Hands up... Or Down if you Prefer

I know you have seen it before: the hand that seems to have the same sized thumb and pinky. Sometimes, there are intricate designs throughout the inside often including an all seeing eye and other familiar symbols… 300 more words


Jewel of the day: Jewels by Durrani Opal Hamsa Necklace

The hamsa is a symbol that represents the hand of God/protection, and is typically worn in the Middle East by both Jews and Muslims. Though as today the local is also global, it is a not uncommon jewellery motif worldwide. 39 more words


Hamsa (Adyar, Chennai)- Restaurant Review

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Hamsa is a luxury style Indian Vegetarian Restaurant located in Adyar, Chennai. They serve unique, selective delicacies, from both the North as well as the South Indian cuisines. 1,209 more words

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Hamsa - Lawless, Winged and Unconfined

From Albufera To Karakatos is a paean to place and creation. Only one of the titular places exists, and even then only as myth and a summoning of countless ‘klezmer revival’ records. 340 more words