Charka


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Charka

A Russian unit of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 123 milliliters. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.
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When we see a person dressed in most expensive clothes spinning Charka and gets photographers to take photos we see the picture of person's hunger for power and publicity.
If the dark lipstick wasn't clear enough, it was this dress that conveyed the darker mood in Charka's still-glamorous collection.
The body is divided into a right side and a left side, starting at the base of the spine and going up in a vertical line to the centre of the head (some people regard the crown charka as the first one).
Thus, words like thothi, maya, vada, jamadar, sahib, charka, sravan, bhajans, thirtham, lathi, prayaschitta, dasarahavu, thoo!thoo!thoo!, mandap, dharma sastras, vedanta, sutras, gaas, assist in domestication of English by drawing it closer to the new cultural environment while it excludes other Indians or Indian languages from the discourse.
In this event the students of Performing Arts department and Open Elective students, Performed the different items such as Shabad, Classical Vocal, Thumri, Tabla solo, Folk song, charka, Ghazal, Rap solo, Guitar, Geet, Dhol, Qwali, Sitar etc.
This late-19th-century jewelled and enamelled gold charka is part of the exhibition 'The Last Flowering of Court Art: A Russian private collection of Faberge', a unique opportunity to see objects lent by a Russian couple living in London.
On his charka Gandhi strums a tune: I stop somewhere, waiting for you.
We can realise truth and non-violence only in the simplicity of village life and this simplicity can best be found in the Charka and all that the Charka (spinning wheel) connotes.
The heart-centered focus is based in the mid-point charka and involves a transcendent shifting of consciousness; the mystical archetypal image leads to an expanded perceptual state of consciousness, the transcendent function.