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View rbccav_'s Instagram "Come on, let's go inside. I wanna show you something. Look, this one is my favorite. Cute, isn't it?--" He said enthusiastically, with grin on his face.
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-Nandi (नन्दि). The sacred bull calf, gatekeeper, who serves as the mount/vehicle (vahana) of the Hindu God, Shiva.-
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He looks so happy there, so I thought he must likes Nandi, a lot.
So what can I do? Just smile and pulled out my smartphone, then captured this Nandi's picture for him 
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Here, this pic is yours. Hope you like it.
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"Come on, let's go inside. I wanna show you something. Look, this one is my favorite. Cute, isn't it?--" He said enthusiastically, with grin on his face. . -Nandi (नन्दि). The sacred bull calf, gatekeeper, who serves as the mount/vehicle (vahana) of the Hindu God, Shiva.- . He looks so happy there, so I thought he must likes Nandi, a lot. So what can I do? Just smile and pulled out my smartphone, then captured this Nandi's picture for him . Here, this pic is yours. Hope you like it. . . . #nandi #नन्दि #bull #calf #shiva's #vahana / #mount/ #vehicle #hindu #hindutemple #temple #indonesiantemple #ijotemple #statue #sculpture #god #heritage #history #culturalheritage #culturalproperty #ancient #old #stone #explore #yogyakarta #photograph #smartphonephotography #amateurphotography #amateurphotographby #rbccav_

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View ailinaaia's Instagram Beach chair #vahana 970620575578698876_45155876

Beach chair #vahana

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View womanwhodanceswithcats's Instagram Om shreem maha Lakshmiyei namaha 
Some say, Goddess Lakshmi rides the owl; others believe the owl simply accompanies her. The owl, in the Bhagavad Geeta, is likened to an enlightened #sthita #prajna(the one who remains unwavering to any situation, whether it be happy or sad). Goddess Lakshmi is also said to be the mistress of #spiritual #wisdom. By keeping the owl as her vehicle, she teaches us to open our eyes to the light of the wisdom residing within us. This#karunamayi(compassionate One) Mother, hence, symbolically keeps ignorance under her control.#ibowtothee
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Om shreem maha Lakshmiyei namaha Some say, Goddess Lakshmi rides the owl; others believe the owl simply accompanies her. The owl, in the Bhagavad Geeta, is likened to an enlightened #sthita #prajna(the one who remains unwavering to any situation, whether it be happy or sad). Goddess Lakshmi is also said to be the mistress of #spiritual #wisdom. By keeping the owl as her vehicle, she teaches us to open our eyes to the light of the wisdom residing within us. This #karunamayi(compassionate One) Mother, hence, symbolically keeps ignorance under her control. #ibowtothee #mygoddesseyes #omshreemmahalakshmiyeinamaha #namaha #womanwhodanceswithcats #laksya #jagannath #chokadola #mahalakshmi #ulooka #vahana

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View kemet_anu's Instagram #RepostSave @freedom_faction with @repostsaveapp ・・・ With #selfdrivingcars and trucks coming on fast, it’s only natural to wonder if #selfflyingplanes might be next. In fact, the aviation industry is pushing to make #autonomous passenger aircraft a reality — and sooner than you might think.

#Airbus is developing an #autonomousairtaxi dubbed #Vahana. The tilt-wing, multi-propeller craft is designed to take off and land in tight spaces and able to fly about 50 miles before its batteries need recharging.

Vahana is intended for short urban hops — but what about long flights? How far away are we from a pilotless airliner?

Airbus’s main rival, #Boeing, has hinted that such a craft might be on the way. At the #ParisAirShow last summer, Mike Sinnett, the company’s vice-president of product development, said “the basic building blocks of the technology clearly are available.” Key elements, including the #artificialintelligence system “that makes decisions that pilots would make,” will be tested next year.

Even before truly pilotless airliners show up, we may see a reduction in cockpit crew numbers. “What the industry is telling me is that they would like to remove one of the pilots fairly soon, and re-design the cockpit around a single pilot,” says Stephen Rice, a professor at #EmbryRiddleAeronauticalUniversity in #DaytonaBeach, #Florida. That would involve at least a modest cockpit redesign, so that a single pilot is able to operate all of the controls. “There might also be a remote-control pilot on the ground, in case of emergencies, like a heart attack,” he adds. “This remote pilot could monitor many airplanes [at once].” But eventually “they would like to remove the last pilot.” This wouldn’t be the first time the aviation industry has cut back on crews. In the 1950s, it took five people to fly an airliner — two pilots, a flight engineer, a radio operator, and a navigator. By the 1960s, the radio operator and navigator were gone. In the 1990s, flight engineers disappeared. Given this trend, fully automated aviation may seem inevitable. More in comments#AutonomousSociety #BuildingTheMatrix #Automation 1627021784861952243_217109335

#repostsave@freedom_faction with @repostsaveapp ・・・ With #selfdrivingcarsand trucks coming on fast, it’s only natural to wonder if #selfflyingplanesmight be next. In fact, the aviation industry is pushing to make #autonomouspassenger aircraft a reality — and sooner than you might think. #airbusis developing an #autonomousairtaxidubbed #Vahana. The tilt-wing, multi-propeller craft is designed to take off and land in tight spaces and able to fly about 50 miles before its batteries need recharging. Vahana is intended for short urban hops — but what about long flights? How far away are we from a pilotless airliner? Airbus’s main rival, #Boeing, has hinted that such a craft might be on the way. At the #parisairshowlast summer, Mike Sinnett, the company’s vice-president of product development, said “the basic building blocks of the technology clearly are available.” Key elements, including the #artificialintelligencesystem “that makes decisions that pilots would make,” will be tested next year. Even before truly pilotless airliners show up, we may see a reduction in cockpit crew numbers. “What the industry is telling me is that they would like to remove one of the pilots fairly soon, and re-design the cockpit around a single pilot,” says Stephen Rice, a professor at #embryriddleaeronauticaluniversityin #DaytonaBeach, #Florida. That would involve at least a modest cockpit redesign, so that a single pilot is able to operate all of the controls. “There might also be a remote-control pilot on the ground, in case of emergencies, like a heart attack,” he adds. “This remote pilot could monitor many airplanes [at once].” But eventually “they would like to remove the last pilot.” This wouldn’t be the first time the aviation industry has cut back on crews. In the 1950s, it took five people to fly an airliner — two pilots, a flight engineer, a radio operator, and a navigator. By the 1960s, the radio operator and navigator were gone. In the 1990s, flight engineers disappeared. Given this trend, fully automated aviation may seem inevitable. More in comments #autonomoussociety #buildingthematrix #automation

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View sarkadofgonak's Instagram With #selfdrivingcars and trucks coming on fast, it’s only natural to wonder if #selfflyingplanes might be next. In fact, the aviation industry is pushing to make #autonomous passenger aircraft a reality — and sooner than you might think.

#Airbus is developing an #autonomousairtaxi dubbed #Vahana. The tilt-wing, multi-propeller craft is designed to take off and land in tight spaces and able to fly about 50 miles before its batteries need recharging.

Vahana is intended for short urban hops — but what about long flights? How far away are we from a pilotless airliner?

Airbus’s main rival, #Boeing, has hinted that such a craft might be on the way. At the #ParisAirShow last summer, Mike Sinnett, the company’s vice-president of product development, said “the basic building blocks of the technology clearly are available.” Key elements, including the #artificialintelligence system “that makes decisions that pilots would make,” will be tested next year.

Even before truly pilotless airliners show up, we may see a reduction in cockpit crew numbers. “What the industry is telling me is that they would like to remove one of the pilots fairly soon, and re-design the cockpit around a single pilot,” says Stephen Rice, a professor at #EmbryRiddleAeronauticalUniversity in #DaytonaBeach, #Florida. That would involve at least a modest cockpit redesign, so that a single pilot is able to operate all of the controls. “There might also be a remote-control pilot on the ground, in case of emergencies, like a heart attack,” he adds. “This remote pilot could monitor many airplanes [at once].” But eventually “they would like to remove the last pilot.” This wouldn’t be the first time the aviation industry has cut back on crews. In the 1950s, it took five people to fly an airliner — two pilots, a flight engineer, a radio operator, and a navigator. By the 1960s, the radio operator and navigator were gone. In the 1990s, flight engineers disappeared. Given this trend, fully automated aviation may seem inevitable. More in comments#AutonomousSociety #BuildingTheMatrix #Automation 1626337982516444147_4709251854

With #selfdrivingcarsand trucks coming on fast, it’s only natural to wonder if #selfflyingplanesmight be next. In fact, the aviation industry is pushing to make #autonomouspassenger aircraft a reality — and sooner than you might think. #airbusis developing an #autonomousairtaxidubbed #Vahana. The tilt-wing, multi-propeller craft is designed to take off and land in tight spaces and able to fly about 50 miles before its batteries need recharging. Vahana is intended for short urban hops — but what about long flights? How far away are we from a pilotless airliner? Airbus’s main rival, #Boeing, has hinted that such a craft might be on the way. At the #parisairshowlast summer, Mike Sinnett, the company’s vice-president of product development, said “the basic building blocks of the technology clearly are available.” Key elements, including the #artificialintelligencesystem “that makes decisions that pilots would make,” will be tested next year. Even before truly pilotless airliners show up, we may see a reduction in cockpit crew numbers. “What the industry is telling me is that they would like to remove one of the pilots fairly soon, and re-design the cockpit around a single pilot,” says Stephen Rice, a professor at #embryriddleaeronauticaluniversityin #DaytonaBeach, #Florida. That would involve at least a modest cockpit redesign, so that a single pilot is able to operate all of the controls. “There might also be a remote-control pilot on the ground, in case of emergencies, like a heart attack,” he adds. “This remote pilot could monitor many airplanes [at once].” But eventually “they would like to remove the last pilot.” This wouldn’t be the first time the aviation industry has cut back on crews. In the 1950s, it took five people to fly an airliner — two pilots, a flight engineer, a radio operator, and a navigator. By the 1960s, the radio operator and navigator were gone. In the 1990s, flight engineers disappeared. Given this trend, fully automated aviation may seem inevitable. More in comments #autonomoussociety #buildingthematrix #automation

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View art__rat's Instagram Ganesha is the Hindu god widely revered as the remover of obstacles, patron of the arts and sciences, and the deva of intellect and wisdom. The rat began to appear as the principle vahana (vehicle) in sculptures of Ganesha in central and western India during the 7th century. The most likely interpretation for this is that in ancient times, when agriculture was the primary mode of sustenance, rodents were one of the biggest obstacles to prosperity. Rodents would destroy and eat crops thereby resulting in severe losses for the common man. Ganesha, in having this animal as his vehicle, is symbolically shown to have conquered this pest and staying true to his role as the Conquerer of Obstacles ✨✨ painting of Ganesha mounted on his rat, gouache on paper, ca. 1790-1810 @britishmuseum #britishmuseum #ganesha #painting #vahana #gouache #india #conquererofobstacles #obstacles #hindu #rat #ratsofinstagram #ratsinart #ratsinarthistory # 1625114729088745146_5583525961

Ganesha is the Hindu god widely revered as the remover of obstacles, patron of the arts and sciences, and the deva of intellect and wisdom. The rat began to appear as the principle vahana (vehicle) in sculptures of Ganesha in central and western India during the 7th century. The most likely interpretation for this is that in ancient times, when agriculture was the primary mode of sustenance, rodents were one of the biggest obstacles to prosperity. Rodents would destroy and eat crops thereby resulting in severe losses for the common man. Ganesha, in having this animal as his vehicle, is symbolically shown to have conquered this pest and staying true to his role as the Conquerer of Obstacles ✨✨ painting of Ganesha mounted on his rat, gouache on paper, ca. 1790-1810 @britishmuseum #britishmuseum #ganesha #painting #vahana #gouache #india #conquererofobstacles #obstacles #hindu #rat #ratsofinstagram #ratsinart #ratsinarthistory #

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View gardentoaltar's Instagram Her lotus feet, number 3... 1624818770778232567_4985879572

Her lotus feet, number 3...

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View somereedbeastie_lucifan's Instagram What could possibly go wrong 
@Regranned from @freedom_faction -  With #selfdrivingcars and trucks coming on fast, it’s only natural to wonder if #selfflyingplanes might be next. In fact, the aviation industry is pushing to make #autonomous passenger aircraft a reality — and sooner than you might think.

#Airbus is developing an #autonomousairtaxi dubbed #Vahana. The tilt-wing, multi-propeller craft is designed to take off and land in tight spaces and able to fly about 50 miles before its batteries need recharging.

Vahana is intended for short urban hops — but what about long flights? How far away are we from a pilotless airliner?

Airbus’s main rival, #Boeing, has hinted that such a craft might be on the way. At the #ParisAirShow last summer, Mike Sinnett, the company’s vice-president of product development, said “the basic building blocks of the technology clearly are available.” Key elements, including the #artificialintelligence system “that makes decisions that pilots would make,” will be tested next year.

Even before truly pilotless airliners show up, we may see a reduction in cockpit crew numbers. “What the industry is telling me is that they would like to remove one of the pilots fairly soon, and re-design the cockpit around a single pilot,” says Stephen Rice, a professor at #EmbryRiddleAeronauticalUniversity in #DaytonaBeach, #Florida. That would involve at least a modest cockpit redesign, so that a single pilot is able to operate all of the controls. “There might also be a remote-control pilot on the ground, in case of emergencies, like a heart attack,” he adds. “This remote pilot could monitor many airplanes [at once].” But eventually “they would like to remove the last pilot.” This wouldn’t be the first time the aviation industry has cut back on crews. In the 1950s, it took five people to fly an airliner — two pilots, a flight engineer, a radio operator, and a navigator. By the 1960s, the radio operator and navigator were gone. In the 1990s, flight engineers disappeared. Given this trend, fully automated aviation may seem inevitable. More in comments#AutonomousSociety #BuildingTheMatrix #Automation - #regrann 1624297863981819912_1277409600

What could possibly go wrong @Regranned from @freedom_faction - With #selfdrivingcarsand trucks coming on fast, it’s only natural to wonder if #selfflyingplanesmight be next. In fact, the aviation industry is pushing to make #autonomouspassenger aircraft a reality — and sooner than you might think. #airbusis developing an #autonomousairtaxidubbed #Vahana. The tilt-wing, multi-propeller craft is designed to take off and land in tight spaces and able to fly about 50 miles before its batteries need recharging. Vahana is intended for short urban hops — but what about long flights? How far away are we from a pilotless airliner? Airbus’s main rival, #Boeing, has hinted that such a craft might be on the way. At the #parisairshowlast summer, Mike Sinnett, the company’s vice-president of product development, said “the basic building blocks of the technology clearly are available.” Key elements, including the #artificialintelligencesystem “that makes decisions that pilots would make,” will be tested next year. Even before truly pilotless airliners show up, we may see a reduction in cockpit crew numbers. “What the industry is telling me is that they would like to remove one of the pilots fairly soon, and re-design the cockpit around a single pilot,” says Stephen Rice, a professor at #embryriddleaeronauticaluniversityin #DaytonaBeach, #Florida. That would involve at least a modest cockpit redesign, so that a single pilot is able to operate all of the controls. “There might also be a remote-control pilot on the ground, in case of emergencies, like a heart attack,” he adds. “This remote pilot could monitor many airplanes [at once].” But eventually “they would like to remove the last pilot.” This wouldn’t be the first time the aviation industry has cut back on crews. In the 1950s, it took five people to fly an airliner — two pilots, a flight engineer, a radio operator, and a navigator. By the 1960s, the radio operator and navigator were gone. In the 1990s, flight engineers disappeared. Given this trend, fully automated aviation may seem inevitable. More in comments #autonomoussociety #buildingthematrix #automation- #regrann

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View freedom_faction's Instagram With #selfdrivingcars and trucks coming on fast, it’s only natural to wonder if #selfflyingplanes might be next. In fact, the aviation industry is pushing to make #autonomous passenger aircraft a reality — and sooner than you might think.

#Airbus is developing an #autonomousairtaxi dubbed #Vahana. The tilt-wing, multi-propeller craft is designed to take off and land in tight spaces and able to fly about 50 miles before its batteries need recharging.

Vahana is intended for short urban hops — but what about long flights? How far away are we from a pilotless airliner?

Airbus’s main rival, #Boeing, has hinted that such a craft might be on the way. At the #ParisAirShow last summer, Mike Sinnett, the company’s vice-president of product development, said “the basic building blocks of the technology clearly are available.” Key elements, including the #artificialintelligence system “that makes decisions that pilots would make,” will be tested next year.

Even before truly pilotless airliners show up, we may see a reduction in cockpit crew numbers. “What the industry is telling me is that they would like to remove one of the pilots fairly soon, and re-design the cockpit around a single pilot,” says Stephen Rice, a professor at #EmbryRiddleAeronauticalUniversity in #DaytonaBeach, #Florida. That would involve at least a modest cockpit redesign, so that a single pilot is able to operate all of the controls. “There might also be a remote-control pilot on the ground, in case of emergencies, like a heart attack,” he adds. “This remote pilot could monitor many airplanes [at once].” But eventually “they would like to remove the last pilot.” This wouldn’t be the first time the aviation industry has cut back on crews. In the 1950s, it took five people to fly an airliner — two pilots, a flight engineer, a radio operator, and a navigator. By the 1960s, the radio operator and navigator were gone. In the 1990s, flight engineers disappeared. Given this trend, fully automated aviation may seem inevitable. More in comments#AutonomousSociety #BuildingTheMatrix #Automation 1624078822284840064_24860826

With #selfdrivingcarsand trucks coming on fast, it’s only natural to wonder if #selfflyingplanesmight be next. In fact, the aviation industry is pushing to make #autonomouspassenger aircraft a reality — and sooner than you might think. #airbusis developing an #autonomousairtaxidubbed #Vahana. The tilt-wing, multi-propeller craft is designed to take off and land in tight spaces and able to fly about 50 miles before its batteries need recharging. Vahana is intended for short urban hops — but what about long flights? How far away are we from a pilotless airliner? Airbus’s main rival, #Boeing, has hinted that such a craft might be on the way. At the #parisairshowlast summer, Mike Sinnett, the company’s vice-president of product development, said “the basic building blocks of the technology clearly are available.” Key elements, including the #artificialintelligencesystem “that makes decisions that pilots would make,” will be tested next year. Even before truly pilotless airliners show up, we may see a reduction in cockpit crew numbers. “What the industry is telling me is that they would like to remove one of the pilots fairly soon, and re-design the cockpit around a single pilot,” says Stephen Rice, a professor at #embryriddleaeronauticaluniversityin #DaytonaBeach, #Florida. That would involve at least a modest cockpit redesign, so that a single pilot is able to operate all of the controls. “There might also be a remote-control pilot on the ground, in case of emergencies, like a heart attack,” he adds. “This remote pilot could monitor many airplanes [at once].” But eventually “they would like to remove the last pilot.” This wouldn’t be the first time the aviation industry has cut back on crews. In the 1950s, it took five people to fly an airliner — two pilots, a flight engineer, a radio operator, and a navigator. By the 1960s, the radio operator and navigator were gone. In the 1990s, flight engineers disappeared. Given this trend, fully automated aviation may seem inevitable. More in comments #autonomoussociety #buildingthematrix #automation

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View yourrenola's Instagram Some magnetic statue and Akhilandeshvari (?) #goddess #riding #crocodile #makara #vahana #mytology dewi bagi orang-orang yang patah hati. 1623463194423758538_369012277

Some magnetic statue and Akhilandeshvari (?) #goddess #riding #crocodile #makara #vahana #mytologydewi bagi orang-orang yang patah hati.

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View jeeenoooo's Instagram Sneak peak into our SAMATVA rehearsals!  We will be presenting an interesting Alarippu choreographed by @sophiasalingaros. To see more come to the Roone Arledge Auditorium @columbia university on SUNDAY OCTOBER 29th.  Admission is FREE.
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Sneak peak into our SAMATVA rehearsals! We will be presenting an interesting Alarippu choreographed by @sophiasalingaros. To see more come to the Roone Arledge Auditorium @columbia university on SUNDAY OCTOBER 29th. Admission is FREE. Vc: @stenistephan

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View moitri_dance's Instagram Om MahaDeviyaicha Vidmahe,
Vishnu Patniyaicha Dheemahi,
Thanno Laxmi Prachotayaath!!  The Owl, or 'Ulooka' in Sanskrit, is Devi Lakshmi's Vaahana. Lakshmi Puja celebrated in the eastern part of India, 5 days after Dussehra! This is a real-life capture. Goddess Laxmi has arrived. The goddess of wealth & prosperity! Happy Laxmi Puja to one & all. 
#Lakshmi #indiangoddess #goddess #goddesslakhmi #owl #ulooka #vahana #reallifebird #bird #indianfestival #indianculture #traditionofbengal #auspicious #puja #worship #lokkhipujo #wealth #prosperity #reallifecapture #reallifephotography 1618710353607376713_3062567718

Om MahaDeviyaicha Vidmahe, Vishnu Patniyaicha Dheemahi, Thanno Laxmi Prachotayaath!! The Owl, or 'Ulooka' in Sanskrit, is Devi Lakshmi's Vaahana. Lakshmi Puja celebrated in the eastern part of India, 5 days after Dussehra! This is a real-life capture. Goddess Laxmi has arrived. The goddess of wealth & prosperity! Happy Laxmi Puja to one & all. #lakshmi #indiangoddess #goddess #goddesslakhmi #owl #ulooka #vahana #reallifebird #bird #indianfestival #indianculture #traditionofbengal #auspicious #puja #worship #lokkhipujo #wealth #prosperity #reallifecapture #reallifephotography

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View adityaerramilli's Instagram When modern tech gets traditional touch... #Dussera #Vahana Puja #Best Wishes... 1616186702957657950_288634088

When modern tech gets traditional touch... #dussera #Vahana Puja #bestWishes...

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View abhilalbasi's Instagram #vahana #pooja 1615937565385318858_4166920785

#vahana #pooja

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