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In #Norse Mythology, #Fenrir was a monstrous wolf. Son of the Norse God #Loki and brother to #Hel. Unlike Hel, Fenrir was raised by #Odin himself. But as things would come to be, he was foretold to kill Odin during the events of #Ragnarök.

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In Norse Mythology, Fenrir was a monstrous wolf. Son of the Norse God Loki and brother to Hel. Unlike Hel, Fenrir was raised by Odin himself. But as things would come to be, he was foretold to kill Odin during the events of R...
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Her brother is coming!
#Hel   #NorseMythology   #Ragnarok   #Kratisto  
Who is Hel? As the ruler of the underworld in Norse mythology, she gets to keep a portion of the dead for herself! Literally!
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Hooked! Amazing composition. Mixed feelings! Thanks for the upload +MrSuicideSheep

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"Suvarṇamatsya is the daughter of Ravana appearing in Thai and other Southeast Asian versions of Ramayana. She is a mermaid princess who tries to spoil Hanuman's plans to build a bridge to Lanka but falls in love with him instead." - Wikipedia.
#Ramayana   #Ramakien   #Suvarṇamatsya   #Hanuman  
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Good article bringing out the other side of the ‪#‎DeepikaPadukone‬'s ‪#‎Vogue‬ You have to read it to at least partially agree. Well polished words/sentences distract minds from the supposed & claimed purpose.

" “To use cotton and silk to trap my soul is to believe you can halt the expansion of the universe,” for example. What does it even mean? " 
http://swarajyamag.com/culture/the-vogue-video-does-not-empower-at-all/
It is a sentence condemning an entire gender and pronouncing it guilty. The video talks down to men constantly, as the voiceover curtly informs them that everything women do is their “choice”. Men, however, must have no such right.
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India's most hated entertainer -- Arnab Goswami -- analysed for you...
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Fenrir
In Norse Mythology,   Fenrir   was a monstrous wolf. Son of the   Norse God Loki  and brother to   Hel . Unlike Hel,
Fenrir was raised by   Odin  himself. But as things would come to be, he was foretold to
kill Odin during the events of  Ragnarök .   A majo...
In Norse Mythology, Fenrir was a monstrous wolf. Son of the Norse God Loki and brother to Hel. Unlike Hel, Fenrir was raised by Odin himself. But as things would come to be, he was foretold to kill Odin during the events of R...
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Are you a #GlobalCitizen  yet?  #GlobalGoals   #Year2030   #DoMore  for our home! http://www.globalgoals.org/
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“If someone you love walks through the door, even if it happens 5 times a day, you should go totally insane with joy.”
"If someone you love walks through the door, even if it happens five times a day, you should go totally insane with joy." A heartbreaking account of Ben Moon's relationship with his dog Denali, told f...
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Suvarṇamatsya
" Suvarṇamatsya is the daughter of Ravana appearing in Thai and other Southeast Asian versions of Ramayana .  She is a  mermaid  princess who tries to spoil  Hanuman 's plans to build a bridge to  Lanka  but falls in love with him instead." - Wikipedia.
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Superb visuals! #Cymatics at its best.
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Amazing Nepalese/Indian food. They make food spicy and don't just add chili powder. Personal favorite in San Diego. Must visit for all.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Good food. Nice music. Expensive! 930pm on a Friday doesn't seem to be a good time to go there.
Food: GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
A small place with fantastic Indian food.
Public - 3 years ago
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Low quantity for price.
Food: GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Good
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reviewed 3 years ago