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Memories of Kumbh

Kumbh Mela is due at Nasik this month. I have never been to Kumbh at any place other than Allahabad. I’ve been reporting it since the first of this century and that was in 2001. 117 more words


Religious Persecution From England - Just Ask The Library Of Congress

The Library Of Congress explains that one of the reasons why the pilgrims left England was because of “religious persecution”.  This is how they describe it on their own… 305 more words


Fairhaven: her most-known history

Fort Phoenix

Fairhaven, Massachusetts is most know for the state park of Fort Phoenix.  Located at the entrance of the harbor to Fairhaven and New Bedford, Fort Phoenix was vital in saving the towns of Fairhaven and New Bedford during the American Revolution in 1775, where the first naval battle against the British took place.   377 more words


Pilgrim's Ending

It was the end of Cesar’s pilgrimage.

I know Cesar’s wife, Bennie. She organizes pilgrimages and I have joined a couple of her many pilgrimages. 1,091 more words


God's protective glasses enhance sight

I’ve never been tempted to glance or gaze at an eclipse.  But were I to, I’d be sure to use protective glasses. As dangerous as a solar event might be, gazing at the world with the naked eye is far more so.   525 more words


A Wintry Pylgrymage

I am currently working on a DPhil thesis which looks at pilgrimage writings produced by two Germans and two Englishmen towards the end of the long fifteenth century. 987 more words

Arnold Von Harff