Tamil Kadavul Murugan Serial | Mega Budget Epic Drama | Vijay TV | Facts and Review

Star Vijay TV launched its Mega Budget Serial called as Tamil Kadavul Murugan. The serial has raised all audience eyebrows since the launch of promo itself. The huge opening for this serial is just great. The animation is top notch. The visuals similar to that of Avatar movie aligning to how Lord Muruga flies the peacock is super. Vijay TV in its refreshed logo and investment has really come back with this Tamil Serial. God based serials were a thing of the past. But Vijay…

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Record Store Day

“My introduction to all this great music and to ‘the music business’ came from hanging around, and eventually, working at independent record stores. Nothing beats browsing in your favorite store, listening to music, finding something new or old that you’ve been searching for, all that. And without these stores, there’s just no way Wilco would still be around.”

by Jeff Tweedy

“Ever since I was 12 years old, when my fascination and obsession with music started, I would get on my skateboard and ride down to the local record store. I’d find the most tattooed guy there and have him recommend me a new album once a week.

Then I’d learn it and play it on my drums. With internet and technology, there are some great platforms of discovering music, but I would HATE for kids to be deprived of the incredible experience of discovering music through their local record stores. Lets keep record stores alive and well, please.”

by Josh Dun

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Japanese Matsuri Festivals

Gion Matsuri (Kyoto)

Gion Matsuri is a one of the most famous festivals in Japan. It takes place during the entire month of July, but the highlight is the grand procession of floats called “Yamaboko Junko” on the 17th and 24th. It takes place on the Kawaramachi and Oike Streets.

Awa Odori (Tokushima)

This is the largest traditional dance festival in Japan. Men, women and children dance on almost all of the streets in Tokushima City, from the 12th to the 15th of August.  They wear summer cotton kimono and straw hats. More than a million people get together for this festival, and it is a spectacular sight. You can even join them to dance with the rhythmic music!

Kanda Matsuri (Tokyo)

Kanda Matsuri is one of the most famous festivals in Tokyo and is a festival for the Kanda Myojin Shrine. The main action happens during the middle of May. The portable shrines, called Mikoshi, are  accompanied by about a thousand people, and after they leave the Kanda Myojin Shrine in the morning, the  parade continues through the Kanda district, Nihonbashi and Akihabara and returns to the shrine in the evening.

Yuki Matsuri or Snow Festival (Sapporo)

Sapporo’s Yuki Matsuri takes place in February. The origin of this festival was six snow statues built by local high school students in 1950, and now it has become an international contest of gigantic snow sculptures.

Nebuta Matsuri (Aomori)

The Nebuta Matsuri takes place from the 2nd to the 7th of August in Aomori City. Nebuta are lantern floats which depict human figures and are accompanied by thousands of chanting dancers. The parade starts at sunset and continues for hours.

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