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    Chipko Re – Maati Baani Ft. Piyush Mishra #SaveAareyForest
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    Chipko Re – Maati Baani Ft. Piyush Mishra #SaveAareyForest

    November 15, 2019

    Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Ped kata khacch se mitti se nikli haaye Ped kata khacch se mitti se nikli haaye Jaag re bande Uth re bande Raha na koi upaaye Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Jungalon ke beech me kulhada phir gaya Phool roya aur kali ka rang gir gaya Jungalon ke beech me kulhada phir gaya Phool roya aur kali ka rang gir gaya Main toh sala chup khada hoon baad me pachtaaye Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko The long swings you took as a child from the aerial roots of the banyan tree, All those numerous nests built on it by cheerful birds free, Always remember these sights wonderful, And make your life once again colourful Now you see only the road to and fro, But must you miss those trees as you grow Nature has always been your best friend, Forgetting her is not a healthy trend. Come on, you Mumbaikar laddie Make it a bit quicker, Why don’t you get it straight buddy It’s now or it’s never! Hawa pe leni padegi thodi subsidy Jungalon ki laash pe hai buildinge khadi Hawa pe leni padegi thodi subsidy Jungalon ki laash pe hai buildinge khadi Oxygen ka tank leke kya karenge Kya karenge bhai Mai jo chipak jaau aaj har ek ped se Bolu ki Mai katunga Phir katenge ye… Mai jo chipak jaau aaj har ek ped se Bolu ki Mai katunga Phir katenge ye… Kiski majaal hai jo kaat jaae haye Kiski majaal hai jo kaat jaae kaat jaaye haye Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko Chipko re Chipko re Chipko re Chipko CHIPKO!

    Pamban Bridge – Rameswaram – Train over the sea(Malayalam travel video)
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    Pamban Bridge – Rameswaram – Train over the sea(Malayalam travel video)

    November 14, 2019

    A train journey from Rameswaram railway station through Pamban Bridge my first decision was to copy the train journey through the Pamban Bridge my departure from the train station,my eyes fell on both sides of the places beautiful sceneries the camera does not have to look in front of the views the places where beautiful views are presented before get the bridge that too caught up in the camera Pamban Bridge is a railway bridge connecting India with Pamban Island and Rameshawaram. an engineering wonder this train journey was one of the things I had planned on ,and this helped me to Sabari from Rameshwaram I had to get sighting from the two sides of the Pamban Bridge with oneday. It did not have time to spend a day the train would be very less I have to copy the travel through the train,and also can get the train going on through Pamban Bridge first ,the Sabari was difficult to understand this idea Sabari is like a remote villager who knows only Tamil he knows little bit English however very difficult to grasp easily when he got hold of the matter,we decided to go on the Chennai train at 5 pm took ticket to next station’ Mandap’ the bridge that we can see in parellel to the Pamban Bridge is called Indira Gandhi Bridge many people from outside were saying that the bridge was Pamban Bridge while on the train It was the longest sea bridge in India until the opening of Bandra-Worli sealink in 2010 this is a type of cantilever construction the Pamban Bridge has a segment with two indices two segments are opened when there are ships going the middle bridge was designed to open by the German engineer scharzer when the bridge was over,I moved to the next side with camera the long sea view that’s a pretty sight the time to reach the Mandapam station is about 5.45 pm caught auto after a short walk from station it was six o’clock when reached Indira Gandhi Bridge by auto can not tell about the wind in here as in the malayalam movie song’ MAHESHINTE PRATHIKARAM’ the wind here is wind I was afraid that even though the camera was going to get out of my hands in a few moments the strong wind as it was in Danush Kodi it was a little late ,and the train reached around 6.30 I remember it was’ Madura’ passanger train so the length of the train was short India’s first sea bridge in the 1870’s efforts to build the bridge were initiated in the British administration but the construction started in 1911 commissioned on February 24,1914 the bridge over a 2.2 km long the bridge is located on the second dangerous dock in the world after Florida I mentioned the last video about Danush kodi in the 1964 disaster a portion of the Pamban bridge collapsed in that calamity with in six months after the tragedy,the team engineers of Indian railway found the lost tracks and reconstructed the bridge it was a miraculous one only 46 days under the leadership of Kerala’s reowned metroman E- Sreedharan was reconstructed in that year,Minister of railways awarded E- Sreedharan as the symbol of this activity special thanks to Sabari in the timely manner to take with the arrangement Pamban Bridge is really an engineering wonder

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    November 14, 2019

    We’re Alex and Marko the Vagabrothers and this series is about new Nordic cuisine We’ll be traveling across three Nordic capitals exploring the culinary revolution that’s turned this region into one of the most dynamic food destinations on earth along the way we’ll be meeting locals, eating drinking and having a great time hope you’re hungry in episode three we’re traveling from Copenhagen to Stockholm 9:47 in the morning and we are about to leave Who is it? Who is it with the camera in my face? After last night, that was wild at War Pigs lets go, lets go man well as if we didn’t have enough beer last night we are heading to Carlsberg brewery we’re going to do a brewery tour have one last beer in Copenhagen before we head over to Stockholm well we safely arrived to the Carlsberg brewery and we’re going to do a little sampling and a tour of the brewery whenever I come to breweries I always kind of feel like i’m in Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory Where are the Umpa lumpas? I don’t know, that’s the question they made a lot of beers in the first years and lots of late night testing just to make sure the beer was right but this was also the start of the industrialization in Denmark because this was the first place where you lived on your work place and you didn’t have a family so you put everything into your job alright so we are learning a little bit about the history of this place and now we are going to go behind the scenes at the Jacobsen brewery this is like that scene in Star Wars now the walls start coming together we’re now underground in the, basically in the basements, of what used the be the place where they stored all the beer that Carlsburg made which was supplying all of Scandinavia and much of the world it’s also where they used the store the intergalactic spaceships which they used to transport all of the beer across Scandinavia I think they need to start having house parties down here, which would be really cool tonight we have the crazy techno party in the underground so are we ready to do some beer tasting? we certainly are, do you have any particular interests you want me to take into acount? make it good make it good? I will what we have here are four of the Jacobsen beers which are actually made on sight here at the brewery we have the Jacobson velvet, an ale we have the Extra Pilsner, Sans Blonde, and in the end the most popular one, the Brown ale let’s drink it there he is, there he is alright to the airport we’re headed to Stockholm, Sweden alright guys we just got to the airport, i’m stoked, we’ve never been to Sweden before it’s going to be new, we’ve heard good things about Stockholm it’s supposedly really pretty The Venice of the north is what they say, the Venice of the north the Venice of the north, let’s see Bye Copenhagen, you’re awesome, stay awesome nap time ladies and gentleman welcome to Stockholm dude, Stockholms airport, it leads to the Bat Cave this is an insanely fast train it’s traveling towards Stockholm at 200 km/per hour it’s basically a bullet train we’ve been super lucky with the weather it’s 24 degrees, it’s super beautiful I haven’y been here long but I have a feeling I like…I like this country welcome to Sweden I can’t sit though it’s time to explore the city, we’re only here for like less than 24 hours it’s time to turn and burn hope in say hello to our friends here, hello Amelia, Rebecca alright so we are showered cleaned and ready to go explore Stockholm we’re going to start off with the Spirits museum my liver’s already hurting from the last couple days I think by the end of this trip our blood stream will not be blood it will just be like acohol I think it will just be pure happiness Stockholm is actually made up of 14 islands and in total there are 30 thousand islands in the whole Swedish archipelago so we just went from downtown Stockholm to another island called Djurgården which is where the majority of the museums are found guys this place is so pretty! My god and we seriously scored with the weather this is just an absolutely stunning evening super warm and just really happy to be here in Stockholm So my buddy Nick Iverson and his girlfriend Kabi are right here, let’s go say hello yo yo yo Welcome! hey how are you? alright guys we just go to the Spirit Museum and we’re going to do a bit of a taste test Yes so we have Nadia here who is a Sommelier, how would you..? Ya i’m the drinking expert and what are we going to try today? you’re going to have some Swedish things that one smells nice this one’s got the horseradish smell it’s also like….pepper rod not liking that pepper rod I don’t want it the other one, the pink one kind of smells nice it’s like rosey how do you say cheers in Swedish? Skål? notes of horseradish, horse manure I like that that’s good, I feel the hair growing on my chest it was better than i expected alright more alcohol… I mean, i’m not gunna lie horseradish is like my least favorite condiment I have nightmares of like waking up covered in horseradish sauce you’re a weird person now we say skål Skål into your skull no I have a question about mid summer, I used to live with some Swedish girls and she told me that you guys dance around a large phallic object during mid summer and you sing a song, like a drinking song about bumblebees Can we clarify? What was she talking about? this is the penis pole exactly, that we dance around but why are the balls on the top? you never know, we’re Swedes What is this? the funny thing is, this is from the old days and he was putting Vodka in it and then we were going over the fields and spreading the seeds and it’s really true I mean i’m not joking now this was used to be a good harvest learn something new everyday Mark’s just finishing up inside at the Spirit Museum but i’ve just had to come outside right now it’s so nice you guys there’s something about those nice warm Scandinavian summer sunsets Where we headed? so now it’s time for dinner we’ve got a beautiful sunset looking at the Venice of the north we’re going to go hop on the other island onto this boat, let’s go! interesting fact, this right here is a fresh water lake and that’s the Baltic Sea behind me and where i’m standing right now is a lock that’s actually sinking so this whole area here is going to have to be destroyed because they have to rebuild it well we’ve only been here a few hours but i’m very fast to fall in love with Stockholm this place is absolutely gorgeous, the people are beautiful and friendly and now we’ve just walked across this bridge to Södermalm it’s an island so we’re going to dinner at Woodstockholm like Woodstock and Stockholm together and it’s supposed to be….it’s a new restaurant, but there’s been a lot of great things been happening there, good news so… we’re going to go check it out we were walking through this place and we just could not just walk through it so we’ve had to sit down and have a beer how about a slow motion beer shot? slow moo…. Cheers, Skål, Skål, Skål, Skål they make eye contact right? so the Swedish way of toasting is, you look someone in the eye and then you drink, you can say Skål then you drink now you can break eye contact and you look again you look again? ya and this, they say, is that in Viking times people apparently used to poison the drink of your enemy and if you can look me in the eye twice you wouldn’t have poisoned my drink so that was a beautiful sunset beer and now dinnertime, you hungry? I’m starving is this place called Woodstock? ya so it’s Woodstock, it’s called Woodstockholm kind of like a play on words there ya it’s like Woodstock and Stockholm, Woodstockholm…Woodstockholm ya my name is Simon and you’re at Woodstockholm this restaurant started out unlicensed in the head chefs’ moms garage where people didn’t know what they were going to eat they just knew how much they were going to pay and that we would more or less guarantee that they would be satisfied and that later on evolved into this people walk out of here with a smile on their face and a full belly so radishes are really important in Nordic cooking because before the arrival of the potato root vegetables were one of the only things they could grow up here in this climate so we have some carrots and radishes with kimchi sauce and some red crops we’re told that double dipping is ok that’s good that’s real good how nice is that carrot? That’s a beautiful carrot it’s like all and perfect love it it just keeps getting better we have poached oysters in a butter and white wine sauce garnished with roasted almond this is a special treat Swedish oysters are said to be some of the best in the world because they’re grown in cold waters and there’s only 15 tons harvested per year so, this is really special and i’m excited to try this thing i’ve heard a lot about it oh my god like butter baby like butter bye guys thank you peace alright next stop is the cluuuubbbb this is regular me this is how i started this trip and this is how i feel now well guys it’s been another amazing day up here I can’t believe that we started the day in Denmark and now we are finishing it in Stockholm it’s insane and Stockholm is a seriously cool city we just got here, first time here but it’s got super tons of style and this club’s awesome! and so we have a little bit more to explore here tomorrow so tune in for that episode coming out in a few days in the meantime if you like the video give it a thumbs up share it with your friends subscribe to our channel for new travel videos every week as always stay curious keep exloring we’ll see you guys on the road peace

    CTA How-To Videos: Buying a Ventra Card
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    CTA How-To Videos: Buying a Ventra Card

    November 11, 2019

    Wondering how to make the switch to
    using a Ventra card? It’s actually quicker and easier than you think. In this video we’ll walk you through all the steps to get a card from any vending machine. Let’s get started. First – I am going to select new Ventra card. Note, that it does cost five dollars
    to get the card here but you’ll get that back as value for
    rides or passes as soon as you register your card. The
    card is basically free, but more on this in a bit. Today we’ll just
    get a new card with transit value, which works the same as value stored on
    old transit cards. You can use credit or debit, but today we’ll just use cash. We just insert the cash as prompted. In this case will put ten dollars and
    which leaves us with five dollars in value after covering the refundable cost of
    the card. If you want you can load up to a hundred dollars in value. Press done when you’re ready. And, here it is. In less than a minute we have our new Ventra card, and we’re ready to board. Walk over to the turnstiles, tap your card, and you’re ready to go. Don’t forget to register. In order to get your five dollar refundable fee
    from your initial card purchase, you have to register your card within 90
    days. Visit on your computer or on your smartphone or dial (877) now-ventra toll-free.

    Bullet Train Between Nagoya And Kyoto
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    Bullet Train Between Nagoya And Kyoto

    November 10, 2019

    I’m guessing if I wait a second, there will be a bullet train that passes at
    super high speed and make us scared that we’re going to blow
    off the track… Oh dude, there’s the other train… Oh…it’s just sitting still : (

    Only the price is not eternal. Take the Frecciarossa to Rome.
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    Only the price is not eternal. Take the Frecciarossa to Rome.

    November 7, 2019

    Come on – get away from here. Now – when hardly anyone is going. And the city is all yours. Goodbye everyday life Ciao Rome… Head off to enjoy the dolce vita. With the Frecciarossa, Italy’s high-speed train Right to the centre of the eternal city. Now at unbeatable prices.

    Joker Did Not Kill Anyone?- Joker (2019) Theory
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    Joker Did Not Kill Anyone?- Joker (2019) Theory

    November 5, 2019

    Hey Fanverse,
    Joker has sparked a war over fans for the different ways we all interpret the movie. Well today, we will highlight another controversial
    debate over the movie, Arthur Fleck never killed anyone. Todd Phillips has given hidden clues as evidence
    of this theory throughout the movie. So let us start digging! From some scenes of the movie, like the scene
    where it was revealed that the romantic relationship between Arthur and Sophie was just Joker’s
    imagination made it clear that a lot of what we saw were Arthur’s imagination and now
    we as fans had to reconsider everything that was shown to us like reality thus leading
    to this theory. Throughout the movie, it appears that Arthur
    killed at least 7 people. However, with each kills, there are just too
    much bizarre loose ends, which seems intentional from the director to make us question the
    reality of this movie. So let’s get started with this case, the
    first time Arthur snaps is on the train scene where he ends up killing 3 people. He uses the revolver given to him by Randall
    to first shoot the ringleader, and then he shoots the second man twice and finally he
    uses 5 shoots to kill the last man. Notice how he uses 8 bullets to kill the them
    from a revolver that contains only 6 rounds. When approaching the last guy, Arthur should
    have had only 1 bullet left in his revolver which could have done the job, but instead
    the director chooses to overkill by shooting thrice from a point blank range, making the
    scene illogical. We can also note that this was supposed to
    be the first time Arthur was using a gun, but he somehow managed to land all the hits
    successfully and even chased one of them and shot him to death, and that can be considered
    unsettling too. As if this was not enough, notice the woman
    the three people were taunting before, her eyes and her coat is the same as the woman
    Arthur sees at the back of a taxi wearing a clown-mask later in the film. Very small wardrobe detail could only imply
    that Arthur knew whom she was when smiling in that taxi scene. This suggests that Arthur has been in contact
    with at least one of his followers perhaps secretly training them. After that is the murder of his mother, Penny
    Fleck. Arthur suffocates her by using a pillow but
    observe how she has a nasal breathing tube plugged into her nose. These tubes provide a light flow of oxygen;
    therefore, unless Arthur tampered with the tube, Penny Fleck should still be getting
    enough oxygen to survive the suffocation. It could as well be that she died without
    his interference but he imagined otherwise to fit it all in. For the murder of Randall, there are no inconsistencies. However, the situation that brought them together
    in the crime scene did not actually happen. Arthur was invited to Murray Franklin’s
    show in a very weird way. When the phone rings, the scene shows Arthur
    getting inside a fridge but moments later, he comes out of his bedroom, dressed differently
    to pick up the call. His Final kill is that of the psychiatrist
    which happens to be off screen. How did he kill her? How did he get out of his cuffs? Most importantly, why would a violent killer
    be left unsupervised with only a psychiatrist? So yeah, there is more than enough evidence
    to consider that Arthur is not a killer but a mad man imagining murdering important people
    to in his mind give his life a purpose and to rain his version of justice fire down on

    Korea – KTX Express Train –  between Seoul & Busan | Travel Guide
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    Korea – KTX Express Train – between Seoul & Busan | Travel Guide

    November 4, 2019

    Hipfig presents and an informative video
    on Korea KTS Express Train between Seoul
    and Busan. Seoul and Busan stations are the main (train) anchors of South Korea. You can take the KTX Express to travel
    between Seoul and Busan in less than 3 hours Once at the (Seoul or Busan) station purchase tickets at
    the (vending) machine or at the ticket counters Once you have your ticket go to your platform Locate your platform number and car
    number and wait in the queue Trains are a clean, fast, and an efficient way
    to travel between Busan and Seoul. Monitors on the train show information and
    stops in English and Korean Food and drinks are available for
    purchase Sit back and enjoy the view Once at your destination collect your things and follow the signs
    to your exit Follow signs for subway, taxi, or bus exit Locate the tourist information counter
    and Busan or Seoul station if needed Go to for more
    information about Korea. You can also watch our other videos at
    the Hipfig Travel Channel on YouTube We would love it if you subscribe to our
    channel! Thank you for watching and Happy Travels!

    Edinburgh Showcase 2019: ‘Moot Moot’ by Cade & MacAskill in association with Take Me Somewhere
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    Edinburgh Showcase 2019: ‘Moot Moot’ by Cade & MacAskill in association with Take Me Somewhere

    October 24, 2019

    The show that we’re bringing to Edinburgh is called ‘Moot Moot’ It’s, sort of, a response to ideas of loneliness and connection and communication. We both play these two doppelgänger radio hosts who are identical. You are listening to Barry & Barry & Barry & Barry Barry & The Barry Show. Barry, Barry Show. That’s right, you’re tuning into
    the Barry & Barry Show! Quite early on in our research for this piece we were getting a bit obsessed with, like, debate shows on the radio and we were thinking a lot at
    the time about the, sort of, ‘cult of opinion,’ living in a time where you feel like
    you need to be, like, giving an opinion and saying
    something and sharing sort of, every detail of your life and we actually came across these
    two radio DJs from the ’70s who were both called Barry and we started to improvise a bit with these personas that we created. Has something happened to you today? Or is something going to happen to you today? Get in touch. Yeah, yeah. Perhaps, perhaps something’s going to happen to you tomorrow, and you’re feeling a little bit
    nervous about it. Are you someone who suffers with
    nerves or anxiety? Get in touch, let’s talk about it. Yeah, maybe you’re anxious about tomorrow or even the day after tomorrow or maybe you just see your future as one day after the other, stretching
    off into infinity that makes you feel a bit, a bit sad? Well, get in touch. Get in touch. Are you feeling sad today? Or have you ever felt sad? Let’s talk about it. Get in touch. Yes, sadness is an emotion and what is your favourite emotion? Get in touch. Our experiences of living in this time, where it feels like there’s such a saturation of broadcasting streams, of places for you to voice your opinion, and, actually, sort of, from
    the moment you wake up to the moment you go to bed in the evening, you’re confronted with so much information. Just Barry & Barry on the beach with a big ball and a BBQ. Oh yeah! We’re on the beach with a BBQ, baby! It’s a beach ball, Barry, what do you think? Yeah, Barry & Barry with a big beach ball and a BBQ and a beer and a burger. Aw! I like the sound of that, Barry! Yeah, a beer and a burger and a BBQ and a beach ball, bouncing back and forth. Ah! Maybe Brighton?! Brighton beach, yeah, yeah! Barry & Barry at Brighton beach with some busty babes in bikinis! It’s quite strictly timed and we were interested in
    creating a performance that felt very live; so we have a live task which is to be filling the space
    in the show with words and we have, sort of, these
    different rules about how we are improvising
    with text throughout it so, each night the show is different. And it means that we’re in a, in a heightened state the whole way through. It does feel like a bit of a challenge
    and it’s, sort of, like, once it starts, you’re on this, sort of, roller coaster ride together. I think the audience are on that
    ride with you, as well. Yeah, get in touch. Get in touch. …mmm… …get in touch… …mmm, get in touch… because, erm, well, otherwise, it’s just… …Barry & Barry. It’s not the easiest watch because
    it also, it, I think it draws you in and then pushes
    you away quite quickly, so there’s…and that’s something we, we wanted to have this feeling of, we’re asking you what you think and we’re asking you to get in touch. What’s happening? What’s happening? Get in touch! Get in touch! About midway through our process, we invited Yas Clarke in, who’s an amazing sound artist
    and sound designer and, originally, we just got him
    in to look at some voice manipulation for us because we knew we wanted our voices to be manipulated throughout. But once he started showing us what you can do with voice manipulation and, sort of, all the amazing technology that he has, we recognised that that could be a really important element in the work and
    then we, sort of, collaborated with him, basically,
    to continue making it… …yeah, we’ve made, jingles and there’s really weird and interesting
    sound effects throughout. And Yas is in the performance as well, so it’s all being, sort of, crafted live and he’s responding to what we’re doing, so, I think that gives it
    an interesting energy, as well, which adds to the liveness of it because we don’t exactly know how he’s going to change what we’ve done or respond
    to what we’ve done. Well, we spend all our time together,
    you and I. Yeah, that’s true. And I always thought that meant that we saw exactly the same. Doesn’t it? But when I get home at the end of the day and I think back about everything I’ve done, all my memories are of you. That sounds nice.