Lesson Thirty-Seven: Surya Namaskar (Sun Adoration), 31st March 2014
Review the history of the Surya Namaskar Kriya. The Surya Namaskar is the Yogis take on sun worship, a practice that is not unique to the Hindu tradition but instead like the Buddhists’ versi…
When I was in 6th grade, I was invited to a birthday party at a really cool house. I had never seen a house with an outside on the inside. I was fascinated. Yesterday, my daughter and I were surfing the net looking at real estate when I noticed my classmate Olivia's house was up for sale so I decided to try to create a court yard house that had all my essential elements. With 2831 square feet, this is one of my bigger houses. I chose to make the bedrooms fairly large so that…
How To Decorate with Neutral Colors (+ Tips on Picking the Best Neutral Paint Colors!) | A Blissful Nest
How do you decorate with neutral colors without your home looking dull and boring? Easy! Use these tips and examples of neutral color schemes to bring a new look to your home! Include bonus tips on picking the BEST neutral paint colors you're sure to love!
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Design of Reinforced Concrete Footings: ACI 318-14 and IS456
Reinforced concrete footing are designed based on column loads and moments at base and the soil data. This article shed light on the design of reinforced concrete footing. Contents:Reinforced concrete footing types Important considerations in design of footingsDepth of footingDimension of pedestalRecommendations of IS 456: 2000, Limit state designMaximum Bending moment in footingsShear capacity checks for footingsDevelopment […]
Standard Furniture Sizes
Whether I'm building my own or considering purchasing miniature furniture and appliances, I have one big problem -- how do I tell if it's in scale if I don't know the "real life" size of the object...