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  • People from Newar community celebrate chariot festival of Kankeshwori, Bhadrakali and Sankata wearing colourful caps at Ason in Kathmandu, Nepal. The festival is celebrated every year a day after Ghodejatra to conquer the three days of 'Pahan Chahre' festival in Newar community.

  • The Portuguese artist Santiago Ribeiro in FIARTE by Yamal Din. Santiago Ribeiro exhibits in Spain and takes more Portuguese artists Paula Rosa, Victor Lages, Ludgero Rôlo and Hélio Cunha are the Portuguese surrealist artists in which Santiago Ribeiro invited to participate as collaborator of FIARTE Granada, an artistic project with more than 200 participating artists from around 35 countries, such as France, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Egypt, England, Portugal, Russia, Sweden, Spain, Vietnam, Croatia. Having as commissioner and president of FIARTE the Spanish-Moroccan artist, Yamal Din.

  • NYC Mayor De Blasio held a photo-op and a press conference to announce that the "Fearless Girl" sculpture installed on International Women's Day 2017 at the triangular intersection of Broadway and Whitehall Street in New York will remain in place through International Women's Day in 2018.

  • Pakistani women devotee attends the last day of three- days 429th annual Urs 'Festival of lights' at the shrine of Muslim Sufi saint Shah Hussain, popularly known as Madho Lal Hussain in Lahore on March 28,2017. Annually thousands of devotees from all over the country light oil lamps to pay homage the 16th century saint, Shah Hussein (1538-1599).

  • Pakistani artist performing during a stage play “SUR” on the occasion of World Theatre Day organized by Alhamra Arts Council and Sufi Tabassum Arts Council. This day is a celebration for those who can see the value and importance of the art form “theatre”, and acts as a wake-up-call for governments, politicians and institutions which have not yet recognized its value to the people and to the individual and have not yet realized its potential for economic growth.

  • Ghode Jatra, meaning horse parade is organized at the Army Pavilion every year. It is said Ghode Jatra was organized to celebrate the victory over a demonstration named Tundi who reside over the field known as Tundikhel. Tundi was a big terror for the people of Kathmandu. It is believed that galloping of Horse on Ghode Jatra at Tundikhel keeps the demon's spirit under the ground.

  • Balinese Hindu prays with an offering and carries giant effigy during the Tawur Kesanga traditional religious ceremony in the Wira Satya Bhuana temple, Jakarta. The ceremony held annually to commemorate the Balinese Hindu New Year, year of Saka 1939, known as Nyepi. Nyepi is a day of silence when people abstain from their activities such as from using lights, work, travel and all kind of entertainment for self-reflection.

  • Pakistani devotees attend the three- days 429th annual Urs 'Festival of lights' at the shrine of Muslim Sufi saint Shah Hussain, popularly known as Madho Lal Hussain in Lahore on March 27,2017.Annually thousands of devotees from all over the country light oil lamps to pay homage the 16th century saint, Shah Hussein (1538-1599). Three -days 429th annual festival celebrations Urs (death anniversary of a Sufi saint deemed as a union with the Almighty) celebrations. a Sufi saint and poet who lived from 1538 to 1599. Shah Hussain was a mystic and Madho Lal, a Hindu youth, was his friend and disciple. Shah Hussain was so close to Madho Lal that he is known by the composite name of Madho Lal Hussain and they are buried beside each other.…

  • Artists performs Chhau Dances during Festival of Chhau Dances organised by Sangeet Natak Akademi, New Delhi in association with Sanskritic Gosthi Kollol and Rangalaya in Nagaon, a city of north eastern India on 26/03/2017

  • Masked dancers dressed up as deities perform "Devi Pyankha" (Devi dance in Newar language) to mark the Pahan Chahre festival ahead of the Ghode Jatra (horse racing festival) in Kathmandu, Nepal.Sacred masked dances are performed representing various deities. The dance starts in the evening and lasts throughout the night till the next day.

  • Viscri's population is of Roma majority, with a few Romanians, and about 20 Germans. It lies northwest of Rupea and can be reached through Dacia on a 7 km unpaved road. The village is best known for the highly fortified Viscri fortified church, originally built around 1100. It is part of the villages with fortified churches in Transylvania, designated in 1993 as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The first documentation of Viscri is a record of church taxes dated around 1400, in which the village is referred to as being part of the Rupea parish. Its inhabitants consisted of 51 farmers, 1 school master, 3 shepherds and 2 paupers.

  • Sighișoara is a city on the Târnava Mare River in Mureș County, Romania and it is located in the historic region of Transylvania.

  • Sibiu is a city in Transylvania, Romania. The city straddles the Cibin River, a tributary of the river Olt. Now the capital of Sibiu County, between 1692 and 1791 and 1849–65 Sibiu was the capital of the Principality of Transylvania, until 1920 it belonged to the Kingdom of Hungary. Sibiu is one of the most important cultural centres of Romania and was designated the European Capital of Culture for the year 2007. Formerly the centre of the Transylvanian Saxons, the old city of Sibiu was ranked as "Europe's 8th-most idyllic place to live" by Forbes in 2008.

  • Făgăraș is a city in central Romania, located in Brașov County. It lies on the Olt River and it is situated in the historical region of Transylvania.

  • Cârţa Monastery is a former Cistercian (Benedictine) monastery in the Ţara Făgăraşului region in southern Transylvania in Romania, currently a Lutheran Evangelical church belonging to the local Saxon community. It lies on the left bank of the Olt River, between the cities of Sibiu and Făgăraş, close to the villages of Cârţa (German Kerz, Hungarian: Kerc) and Cârțișoara (German: Kleinkerz). The monastery was probably founded in 1202-1206 by monks from Igriș abbey (daughter house of Pontigny abbey), and was disbanded in 1494, when the apostolic legate Ursus of Ursinis ratified Cârţa Abbey’s attachment to the Provostship nullius of Sibiu. The Cistercian monastery introduced and helped develop French Gothic art in the region.

  • Brașov is a city in Romania and the administrative centre of Brașov County. The city was described in 1235 AD under the name Corona, a Latin word meaning "crown", a name given by the German colonists. According to D. Moldovanu, the name of Braşov came from the name of local river named Bârsa (pronounced and Bărsa). Bărsa was adopted by Slavs and transformed in Barsa and later in Barsov and finally in Brasov

  • The Bran Castle (Romanian: Castelul Bran) situated near Bran and in the immediate vicinity of Braşov, is a national monument and landmark in Romania. The fortress is situated on the border between Transylvania and Wallachia. Commonly known as "Dracula's Castle" (although it is one among several locations linked to the Dracula legend, including Poenari Castle and Hunyad Castle), it is often erroneously referred to as the home of the title character in Bram Stoker's Dracula.

  • Fourteen 'Cofradias' (Catholic religious brotherhoods) of several spanish provinces gathered in Almazán, north of Spain, to celebrate the 'X Exaltación del tambor, la corneta y el bombo' tradition, in which penitents reunite to play drums, cornets and bass drums.

  • Pakistani devotee attends the three- days 429th annual Urs 'Festival of lights' at the shrine of Muslim Sufi saint Shah Hussain, popularly known as Madho Lal Hussain. Annually thousands of devotees from all over the country light oil lamps to pay homage the 16th-century saint, Shah Hussein (1538-1599).

  • Nepalese people made a 60+ sign by illuminating lights with dynamo installed on Earth Hour during 60+ Earth Hour celebrated in Bhaktapur. The biggest global movement to #changeclimatechange.

  • Bangladeshi social activist of different made a Lal Jatra procession rally with the street performance act and song to remember the genocide of Bangladeshi people who were killed by the Pakistan army in 1971 on March 25 before the last night of liberation war.

  • The 10th year anniversary of the one hour switch off was held at the Mall of Asia, SM by the Bay, with participants from different environmental groups lead by the World Wildlife Fund.

  • Foja "O Treno che va" tour in 2017 performs live at the Casa della Musica in Naples. Foja is an Italian folk-rock band of Naples.

  • Following a United Nations Security Council debate on Council Resolution 2347 regarding the protection of cultural heritage in armed conflict situations, a trio of principle participants in the meeting held a press encounter at the Security Council stakeout at UN Headquarters in New York.

  • Pakistani youngster skating on the road. Skates generally come in three basic varieties: quad roller skates, inline skates or blades and tri-skates, Roller skating is fast becoming a popular activity among young school goers. Roller skating is the traveling on surfaces with roller skates. Pakistani youngster skating on road.

  • A large number of people visit the greater Iqbal Park on Pakistan Resolution Day. The people of Pakistan celebrate every year with great keenness and interest to memorialize the most wonderful success of the Muslims of South Asia who passed the historic Pakistan Resolution at Lahore in 1940.

  • Anafiotika is a scenic tiny neighborhood of Athens, part of the old historical neighborhood called Plaka. It lies in northern east side of the Acropolis hill. The first houses were built in the era of Otto of Greece, when workers from the island of Anafi came to Athens in order to work as construction workers in the refurbishment of King Othon's Palace.[1] The first two inhabitants were listed as G. Damigos, carpenter, and M. Sigalas, construction worker. Soon, workers from other Cycladic islands also started to arrive there, to work as carpenters or even stone and marble workers, in a further building reconstruction period in Athens, but also in the following era after the end of the reign of King Otto.

  • An eye-catching attractive view of beautiful multi colored fireworks at historical place in Minar-e-Pakistan as the nation begins festivities regarding the Pakistan Day.

  • Protests outside the Rai headquarters against the broadcasting of sexist and sexist programs. The Italian state television aired a program in which they spoke of the danger of the Eastern women, who steal Italians men. The service will the merits of Eastern women were also listed as the man to subject themselves, staying at home. The program was closed, but the protests did not stop. Protesters staged ironic interviews on the dangers of women

  • Large number of devotees thronged the shrine of Dargah Hazratbal in Srinagar of Indian administered Kashmir here to participate in Urs celebrations of the Khalifa e awwal, first companion of Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him). The devotees, including women and children, offered prayers at the shrine, which resounded with recitations and chants of holy verses of Quran and special prayers for peace and tranquility of the state. It is the main function which is draw thousands of devotees from across the Kashmir with traditional devotion and fervor, during which the devotees can have glimpse of the saint's relics.

  • The American blues musician Richard "Rip Lee" Pryor, 59 years-old, son of the legendary Snooky Pryor, played his great hits at 'Sala Clamores' in Madrid.

  • Leech suck blood from a foot of a child. After the traditional health worker uses leeches to suck blood as part of a treatment at Hazratbal on the banks of the Dal Lake on the outskirts of Srinagar,India administrated Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday, March 21, 2017. Every year traditional health workers in Kashmir use leeches to treat people for small, itchy, painful lumps that develop on the skin called chilblains acquired during winter on Nowruz, which marks the first day of spring and the beginning of the year in the Persian calendar.

  • Afterhours is an Italian alternative rock band. The name is a tribute to the same-titled Velvet Underground's song. The Afterhours were formed in 1985 in Milan around Manuel Agnelli, a Velvet Underground fan. They debuted in 1987 with the single My bit boy, followed a year later by the EP All Good Children Go to Hell. The band has released two albums and two EPs in English. Since Germi (1995), the group switched to Italian language, except for Ballads for Little Hyenas, produced by Afghan Whigs leader Greg Dulli, who also played with the group in a 2006 tour in the United States. Afterhours also served as the Italian backing band to Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan’s Gutter Twins project and Agnelli co-wrote two songs with Dulli on the latest…

  • Tonight at Mother museum was presented the book Redemption (Iemme editions, 2016) of the Brazilian photographer Salvino Campos. They will discuss with the artist and the critic Mario Franco Angela Tecce, director of the Royal Site of Carditello Foundation, introduced by the Director of MADRE Andrea Viliani museum.

  • Pakistani people busy in their work at the bank of river Ravi ahead of International World Water Day in Lahore Pakistan on March 20, 2017. International World Water Day is held annually on March 22 to focus global attention on the importance of water and advocate for sustainable water resource management, In 1993, the United Nations General Assembly designated the first World Water Day.

  • Filipinos daily life in Quezon City, Philippines.

  • Last day of The Fallas Festivity.The Fallas Festival, which runs from March 15 until March 19, celebrates the arrival of spring with fireworks, fiestas and bonfires made by large puppets named Ninots.

  • The final night of the 8th Philippine International Pyromusical Competition is between Australia and Philippines. Thousands of spectators were amazed on the stunning fireworks in-tune of lively music. The Philippines' show it's prowess in fireworks display as closing finale of the annual event held at Mall of Asia in Pasay City.

  • Back for the third year in Palapartenope, " Je sto vicino a te”, the tribute to Pino Daniele wanted by brother Nello Daniele with the City of Naples. Peppe Barra, Dodi Battaglia of Pooh, Nino Buonocore, Nino D'Angelo, Sal Da Vinci, Fabio De Caro, Maurizio de Giovanni, Tony Esposito, Marina Mulopulos, 99 Posse and Marco Zurzolo the expected artists on stage, along with surprises of 'last moment.

  • Joan Wasser (born July 26, 1970), known by her stage name Joan As Police Woman, is an American musician, singer-songwriter and producer. She began her career playing violin with the Dambuilders and played with Black Beetle, Anthony and the Johnsons, and Those Bastard Souls. Since 2004 she has released her solo material as Joan As Police Woman. She has released five regular studio albums, one EP, a number of singles and a collection of covers. Throughout her career, she has regularly collaborated with other artists as a writer, performer and arranger.

  • In a circle formation around the fire, the children run around the fire singing and shouting Long Live St. Joseph. Piles of wood burned in many neighborhoods of Palermo in honor of the Feast of St. Joseph.

  • Fallas are gigantic structures made of cardboard portraying current events and in which individual figures or Ninots are placed. Fallas will be burned in the streets of Valencia on March 19, 2017 as a tribute to Saint Joseph, the saint patron of the carpenters' guild.

  • Australia and Philippines show their entry with the creativity of light (fireworks) with the musical scoring show during the last day of “The 8th Philippine International Pyromusical Competition” at the seaside of Mall of Asia (MOA) in Pasay City on March 18, 2017. The competition was done for 6 consecutive Saturday since February 11, 2017, to March 18, 2017.

  • Baluchistan has is province Queetta in which a city name Ziyarrat were mountains and the daily life attract the travelers and especially the snowfall over the mountains.

  • The singer of Albanian origins, but Bari adoption, is back in town to present their new album "Vietato Morire": not a simple signing copies, but a small showcase to celebrate the third place at the Sanremo Festival. In a Feltrinelli besieged by fans: to ensure order and discipline queues was no need to hurdles

  • Day three of The Fallas Festivity.The Fallas Festival, which runs from March 15 until March 19, celebrates the arrival of spring with fireworks, fiestas and bonfires made by large puppets named Ninots.

  • A protest in Piazza del Gesù, in Naples, against the decrees of the “Buona Scuola”. The protesters, carrying banners of Cobas, protesting against the law 107.

  • Amazon India Fashion Week Design by Rina Dhaka at JLN Stadium in Delhi.

  • Amazon India Fashion Week Design by Pakin Patil at JLN Stadium in Delhi.

  • Amazon India Fashion Week Design by Pankaj & Nidhi at JLN Stadium in Delhi.

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