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Mauritius: Indian Ocean superstar

The Indian Ocean’s superstar, Mauritius, has more to it than clopping coconut cocktails and a long-deceased flightless bird. Our island insiders dip into their address books

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from Traveller

Mauritius: Indian Ocean superstar

The Indian Ocean’s superstar, Mauritius, has more to it than clopping coconut cocktails and a long-deceased flightless bird. Our island insiders dip into their address books

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from BBC News

Why the Indian soldiers of WW1 were forgotten

During a march past of Indian troops, a woman pins flowers on to the tunic of one of the soldiers.

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from Traveller

Mauritius: Indian Ocean superstar

The Indian Ocean’s superstar, Mauritius, has more to it than clopping coconut cocktails and a long-deceased flightless bird.

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The rich heritage of India is harnessed to transform an English country house into a ‘Mahal’.

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The history of decorating horses. Native American Indians even painted their horses and ponies decorating them with with war symbols or symbols of power before they went into battle re-pin

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from m.archiproducts.com

SILAÏ: contemporary embroidery

24/08/2015 - SILAÏ means “stitch” in the Indian language and represents a reinterpretation of petit point embroidery. Inspired b

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Avtar Singh Mauni wears the world's heaviest and longest turban, in pictures

Avtar Singh Mauni's prepares to wear a traditional Punjabi turban called 'pagdi' in the Indian town of Patiala in Punjab, India

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Wasee Maza, Lakota Tribe (Sioux) 1857-1955 (his English name is written in various books & articles as Iron Tail or Iron Hail) Later changed his name to Dewey Beard. He was the last survivor of both the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876, and the Battle of Wounded Knee in 1890. While in Washington, D.C. he was chosen as one of 3 models for the Indian head profile on the Buffalo Nickel. Buffalo Bill was quoted as saying "Iron Tail is the finest man I have ever known, bar none."

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