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Magnificent Baha’i Faith continental Houses of Worship


SOUTH AMERICAN CONTINENT Just seven of these magnificent structures currently exist around the globe to serve the seven plus million members of the Baha’i Faith. An eighth for South America is under development near Santiago, Chile (see image above). Their … Continue reading

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A spiraling saunter of megacity Delhi


Last night, I completed the 2009 book entitled Delhi, Adventures in a Megacity by author and journalist┬áSam Miller. The book literally presents a step-by-step overview of this huge metropolis, its storied past, its challenging┬ápresent, and its potential for the future. … Continue reading

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Delhi’s railway system is first to earn U.N. carbon credits


Kudos to Delhi, India and its Metro Rail Corporation. According to a story on the BBC, Delhi’s system is the first in the world to earn United Nations carbon credits. ┬áThe story goes on to note: “The transport system has … Continue reading

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