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- My teacher said yesterday: "Laundry should be the only thing to be separated by color" -Koening 🙌️❤️ At this point the world should be smarter, together, but it is the opposite. We are so separate by #race and #religion and everyday I wake up and I ask myself why!!!! I don't know. I can't answer that question to myself. Behind every single person rich, poor, middle class, there is a history that you don't know. Don't judge someone if you don't know them. And you as a person 🕴🏼 please enjoy your life. Other people's opinion of you, doesn't have to become your reality 🙌💖💦
- My teacher said yesterday: "Laundry should be the only thing to be separated by color" -Koening 🙌️❤️ At this point the world should be smarter, together, but it is the opposite. We are so separate by #race and #religion and everyday I wake up and I ask myself why!!!! I don& #39;t know. I can& #39;t answer that question to myself. Behind every single person rich, poor, middle class, there is a history that you don& #39;t know. Don& #39;t judge someone if you don& #39;t know them. And you as a person 🕴🏼 please enjoy your life. Other people& #39;s opinion of you, doesn& #39;t have to become your reality 🙌💖💦
- My teacher said yesterday: "Laundry should be the only thing to be separated by color" -Koening 🙌️❤️ At this point the world should be smarter, together, but it is the opposite. We are so separate by #race and #religion and everyday I wake up and I ask myself why!!!! I don't know. I can't answer that question to myself. Behind every single person rich, poor, middle class, there is a history that you don't know. Don't judge someone if you don't know them. And you as a person 🕴🏼 please enjoy your life. Other people's opinion of you, doesn't have to become your reality 🙌💖💦
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- ਕਰੋ Follow @sardar__harsimran @end_photographer ☆Page Admin☆ @komal_maan_ ✔ ☆CHECK OUR OTHER PAGES☆ . @royalstyle_shoot ❤ . @stylish_janta ❤ 💖 @swag__shoot 💖💖 @ghaintpunjabizzz 💙 💖 @style_shoot 💖💖 💙 @welovepunjabi 💙💙 💙 @just_punjabis 💙💙 💕 @we_love_khanna 💕💕 💕 @shoot__style 💕💕 @pagga_wale_sardar @always_patialashahi_only @pagga_wale_sardar 💖 @patiala_shahi_pagg_wale_sardar @sardar_da_swag 💖 @sardar_sardarni_forever 💙 💕 @Singh_nd_kaurz 💕💕 . 〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰 FOLLOW_ @Vip_shootouts1 FOLLOW__ @photoz_doctorz FOLLOW_ @photozking FOLLOW_ @_sardarz_ FOLLOW_ @end_photographer FOLLOW_ @_athrimandeer_ FOLLOW_ @page_sardar_da FOLLOW_ @kaint_personality FOLLOW_ @Kaim_shootz FOLLOW_ @attpersonality FOLLOW_ @patialashahipagg_ FOLLOW_ @weloveludhiana FOLLOW_ @patialashahipaggdeshokeengabru FOLLOW__ @kaim_swag ______________________________ #picoftheday   #sikh #royalstyle_shoot #sridarbarsahib #like4like #gurdwaras #komal_maan_ #dastar #starrkaur #artist #thesikharts #religion #sikhmodels #sardari #pagg #amritsar #chandigarh #jalandhar #moga #bathinda #top #patiala #turban #shoot #dslr #Shoutout #hdclicks #photography #promotion @diljitdosanjh @ranjitbawa @officialgarrysandhu @babalrai9 @neerubajwa @ginnikapoor @kapilsharma @kulbirjhinjer @manday.thakar @justinbieber @selenagomez @hrithikroshan @anushkasharma @tigerjackieshorff @iamsrk @beingsalmankhan @ranveersingh @shahidkapoor @thejohanabraham   @kritisanon @madhuridixitnene @yamigautam @shreyagoshal @bipashabasu   @instagram ਨੋਟ :- ਜੇ ਤੁਆਨੂੰ ਸਾਡਾ ਪੇਜ ਵਧੀਆ ਲੱਗੇ ਤਾਂ ਸ਼ੇਅਰ ਕਰਕੇ ਸਪੋਰਟ ਜਰੂਰ ਕਰੋ ਜੀ
- ਕਰੋ Follow @sardar__harsimran @end_photographer ☆Page Admin☆ @komal_maan_ ✔ ☆CHECK OUR OTHER PAGES☆ .❤@royalstyle_shoot❤ . ❤@stylish_janta❤ 💖💖@swag__shoot 💖💖 💙@ghaintpunjabizzz💙 💖💖@style_shoot 💖💖 💙💙@welovepunjabi💙💙 💙💙@just_punjabis 💙💙 💕💕@we_love_khanna💕💕 💕💕@shoot__style💕💕 💙@pagga_wale_sardar 💙@always_patialashahi_only 💖@pagga_wale_sardar💖 💕@patiala_shahi_pagg_wale_sardar 💖@sardar_da_swag 💖 💙@sardar_sardarni_forever💙 💕💕@Singh_nd_kaurz💕💕 . 〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰 FOLLOW__@Vip_shootouts1 FOLLOW__ @photoz_doctorz FOLLOW__@photozking FOLLOW__@_sardarz_ FOLLOW__@end_photographer FOLLOW__@_athrimandeer_ FOLLOW__@page_sardar_da FOLLOW__@kaint_personality FOLLOW__@Kaim_shootz FOLLOW__@attpersonality FOLLOW__@patialashahipagg_ FOLLOW__@weloveludhiana FOLLOW__@patialashahipaggdeshokeengabru FOLLOW__ @kaim_swag ______________________________ #picoftheday  #sikh #royalstyle_shoot #sridarbarsahib #like4like #gurdwaras #komal_maan_ #dastar #starrkaur #artist #thesikharts #religion #sikhmodels #sardari #pagg #amritsar #chandigarh #jalandhar #moga #bathinda #top #patiala #turban #shoot #dslr #Shoutout #hdclicks #photography #promotion @diljitdosanjh @ranjitbawa @officialgarrysandhu @babalrai9 @neerubajwa @ginnikapoor @kapilsharma @kulbirjhinjer @manday.thakar @justinbieber @selenagomez @hrithikroshan @anushkasharma @tigerjackieshorff @iamsrk @beingsalmankhan @ranveersingh @shahidkapoor @thejohanabraham  @kritisanon @madhuridixitnene @yamigautam @shreyagoshal @bipashabasu  @instagram ਨੋਟ :- ਜੇ ਤੁਆਨੂੰ ਸਾਡਾ ਪੇਜ ਵਧੀਆ ਲੱਗੇ ਤਾਂ ਸ਼ੇਅਰ ਕਰਕੇ ਸਪੋਰਟ ਜਰੂਰ ਕਰੋ ਜੀ
- 10 Of The Greatest Ancient Warrior Cultures You Should Know About PART 1: Akkadians (circa 24th century – 22nd century BC): Circa 2334 BC, the Akkadians carved up the first known all-Mesopotamian empire, thereby momentously uniting the speakers of both Sumerian and Akkadian. In fact, by the middle of 30th millennium BC, the Akkadians managed to create a culturally syncretic scope (that encompassed a melting pot of different ethnicity and city-states), which ultimately paved the way for the emergence of Akkadian as the lingua franca of Mesopotamia for many centuries to come. However beyond just cultural affiliations with the advanced Sumerians, the Akkadians also adopted (and loaned) many of the military systems and doctrines of their Mesopotamian brethren. One example of such ‘transmissions’ of military ideas relate to how the Akkadians probably fought in a phalanx-like formation long before the Greeks (as did the soldiers of the Sumerian city-state of Lagash). This tactic in itself alludes to how the soldiers of Akkad must have been disciplined and trained, thus hinting at their professional status, as opposed to most ancient armies. A few steles also showcase how the Akkadians (and their preceding Sumerians) made use of the armored cloak – a panoply that probably consisted of a leather skin (or cloth) reinforced with metal discs; and helmets for further protection in brutal melee combats. But the practical superiority of the Akkadian (and Sumerian) warrior culture must have related to the use of wheels – an invention that not only allowed for more complex logistical support, but also heralded the development of chariots, the ponderous heavy shock weapons of the Bronze Age. Moreover, Sargon of Akkad, possibly the first known military dictator of an empire, implemented the use of composite bows in his otherwise lightly-armed citizen army. Historically, the effective range and punch of such powerful bows (in the hands of skilled archers) surely must have given the Akkadians the military advantage over their Sumerian neighbors – many of whom still relied on javelins. FROM: https://www.realmofhistory.com/2016/09/08/10-greatest-ancient-warrior-cultures/
- 10 Of The Greatest Ancient Warrior Cultures You Should Know About PART 1: Akkadians (circa 24th century – 22nd century BC): Circa 2334 BC, the Akkadians carved up the first known all-Mesopotamian empire, thereby momentously uniting the speakers of both Sumerian and Akkadian. In fact, by the middle of 30th millennium BC, the Akkadians managed to create a culturally syncretic scope (that encompassed a melting pot of different ethnicity and city-states), which ultimately paved the way for the emergence of Akkadian as the lingua franca of Mesopotamia for many centuries to come. However beyond just cultural affiliations with the advanced Sumerians, the Akkadians also adopted (and loaned) many of the military systems and doctrines of their Mesopotamian brethren. One example of such ‘transmissions’ of military ideas relate to how the Akkadians probably fought in a phalanx-like formation long before the Greeks (as did the soldiers of the Sumerian city-state of Lagash). This tactic in itself alludes to how the soldiers of Akkad must have been disciplined and trained, thus hinting at their professional status, as opposed to most ancient armies. A few steles also showcase how the Akkadians (and their preceding Sumerians) made use of the armored cloak – a panoply that probably consisted of a leather skin (or cloth) reinforced with metal discs; and helmets for further protection in brutal melee combats. But the practical superiority of the Akkadian (and Sumerian) warrior culture must have related to the use of wheels – an invention that not only allowed for more complex logistical support, but also heralded the development of chariots, the ponderous heavy shock weapons of the Bronze Age. Moreover, Sargon of Akkad, possibly the first known military dictator of an empire, implemented the use of composite bows in his otherwise lightly-armed citizen army. Historically, the effective range and punch of such powerful bows (in the hands of skilled archers) surely must have given the Akkadians the military advantage over their Sumerian neighbors – many of whom still relied on javelins. FROM: https://www.realmofhistory.com/2016/09/08/10-greatest-ancient-warrior-cultures/
- 10 Of The Greatest Ancient Warrior Cultures You Should Know About PART 1: Akkadians (circa 24th century – 22nd century BC): Circa 2334 BC, the Akkadians carved up the first known all-Mesopotamian empire, thereby momentously uniting the speakers of both Sumerian and Akkadian. In fact, by the middle of 30th millennium BC, the Akkadians managed to create a culturally syncretic scope (that encompassed a melting pot of different ethnicity and city-states), which ultimately paved the way for the emergence of Akkadian as the lingua franca of Mesopotamia for many centuries to come. However beyond just cultural affiliations with the advanced Sumerians, the Akkadians also adopted (and loaned) many of the military systems and doctrines of their Mesopotamian brethren. One example of such ‘transmissions’ of military ideas relate to how the Akkadians probably fought in a phalanx-like formation long before the Greeks (as did the soldiers of the Sumerian city-state of Lagash). This tactic in itself alludes to how the soldiers of Akkad must have been disciplined and trained, thus hinting at their professional status, as opposed to most ancient armies. A few steles also showcase how the Akkadians (and their preceding Sumerians) made use of the armored cloak – a panoply that probably consisted of a leather skin (or cloth) reinforced with metal discs; and helmets for further protection in brutal melee combats. But the practical superiority of the Akkadian (and Sumerian) warrior culture must have related to the use of wheels – an invention that not only allowed for more complex logistical support, but also heralded the development of chariots, the ponderous heavy shock weapons of the Bronze Age. Moreover, Sargon of Akkad, possibly the first known military dictator of an empire, implemented the use of composite bows in his otherwise lightly-armed citizen army. Historically, the effective range and punch of such powerful bows (in the hands of skilled archers) surely must have given the Akkadians the military advantage over their Sumerian neighbors – many of whom still relied on javelins. FROM: https://www.realmofhistory.com/2016/09/08/10-greatest-ancient-warrior-cultures/

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