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Now in the current curriculum have only five subjects and no practical at all. The Home science subject that equipped students with the sewing and cooking skills has long since been scrapped from the syllabus. At the same time, the present system favors very few students since it gives no room for creativity.
Let’s hope that the government keeps the ball rolling and give our children the system of learning that they deserve for them to have a better future, some will be even able to start their own business with the welding training with a Used miller XMT 350 CC CV welder.
We all know that 2015 is almost going to end and we will most likely step inside a new year. Surprisingly, this New Year is not just new. There are many traditions which are followed since the ancient times as a celebration for New Year.
Different parts of world have different traditions to celebrate New Year. Some f them are scientific while some aren’t. Let us see them one by one.
Denmark plate tradition
People in Denmark believe that throwing plates at the doors of friends will bring good fortune.
Ecuador burning rule
In Ecuador, people burn scarecrows to bring happiness to their homes.
12 grape rule of Spain
The Spanish believe that only those who can keep 12 grapes in their mouths, then they can achieve good fortune.
People of South Asia believe that you should visit holy places (Temples, Mosques, Churches, Stupas, Gurudwaras etc.) during midnight if you wish to please GOD and have his blessings activated.
It is surprising to know that even Underwear colors can also determine new year fate. Usually, in South America, this tradition is followed. For example, if you are wearing gold underwear, you are likely to have wealth and white underwear shall guarantee peace.
War for peace
The Peruvian culture has a really funny belief. There is a saying that those who want peace should prepare for war. Peru believes in exactly this philosophy. By the last day, Peruvians do fight with each other so that they can settle their differences. Then start a fresh.
Water and evil spirits
Poerto Rico has the world’s most complicated rule. They consider that throwing water outside homes will kill evil spirits.
It is interesting to note that different part of world has different ways to celebrate new year. These traditions are practiced for fun.