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But at the outset, I just want to let my dearest readers know, that the noble purpose of this Blog, is to promote ‘The Glorious Cultural Heritage of India’ worldwide, to every nook & corner of the planet, and I would immensely love to see every single one of us, of Indian origin, passionately participating in this Mega-Project.
I am right now in the process of adding the web-links to the sources of the innumerable images in this Blog. Till the work reaches completion, I would request the readers to use ‘Google Image Search’ to trace the source / multiple sources of these images on the web.
The rich text contents througout this blog are based on well-researched aggregated and curated content from innumerable sources. But mostly and most importantly, these contents are based on my own personal experience of untiringly exploring the glorious cultural heritage India, and the ageless timeless ethnic arts, crafts, textiles, temples etc of the whole of India, during my stay across the length and breadth of this vast expansive Indian subcontinent for more than 5 decades of my long adventurous life.
I have expressed my deepest gratitude to all the text sources on the ‘World-Wide-Web’, that have hugely contributed and added to my existing database of knowledge on this subject, by inserting appropriate hyperlinks throughout this blog, to connect my ardent readers from across the globe, to these rich sources of information on India’s culture, heritage. & ageless, timeless spiritual wisdom.
Any funds or contributions received through this blog in any ethical form whatsoever, in cash or in kind, will be sincerely utilized to promote the cultural and spiritual heritage of India worldwide, so that the glory of ancient India reaches every nook and corner of the globe.
So Long, Mala Chandrashekhar