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4/16/21

Maintain the Malajo of death but also with fun, jokes: to live in a clay designer house ?; Huge vermilion journey between Corona's cairn

Maintain the Malajo of death but also with fun, jokes: to live in a clay designer house ?; Huge vermilion journey between Corona's cairn


In Auckland, New Zealand, a company called Dyeing Art has started making designer coffins for funerals, especially those that showcase the nature and interests of the deceased













A coffin of donut shape and design was brought for Phil McLean, who died while the mourners were sitting in the chapel, and the mourners burst into laughter. The donut design coffin was recently made by Phil McLean's cousin. In fact, Phil McLean's cousin Ross Hall runs a company called Dyeing Art in Auckland and they make designer coffins to suit the temperament, interests or hobbies of any deceased. He has so far designed designer coffins such as sailboats, fire trucks, chocolate bars, pianos and Lego blocks. He has also created designer coffins inspired by some of the films like The Matrix.

Stay in a clay designer house?







Old materials and new technology are now being used to build affordable and sustainable housing for a growing population. In Massa Lombarda, a small town in Italy, architect Mario Cusinella has created a prototype of some mud houses using 3D printing. Which has been given the joint name Tekla of Technology and Clay.


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Huge vermilion journey in the Corona period



The Sindoor Jatra festival was celebrated on Thursday in Madhyapur Thimi, Nepal. The festival symbolizes the arrival of spring and the Hindu nine years. Celebrated annually, the festival was attended by 30,000 to 35,000 people who celebrated by throwing about two quintals of vermilion and gulal. During the festival, people pulled a royal chariot of 32 gods and goddesses. People were seen dancing to the beat of traditional instruments. On the other hand, the festival, which is celebrated amidst another wave of Corona virus in the world, has raised concerns as people did not follow Corona's guidelines during the procession. No social distance or mask appeared during this time. With this, the local system says that the number of infected people in the country is increasing rapidly. People are not ready to believe despite being persuaded. That is also when there is a shortage of vaccines in Nepal. Nepal had last week requested 1 million doses of the vaccine from India.

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