Mastoor Abayas and scarves define the class, style, fashion and individuality of the females. Mastoor has gained popularity to provide a unique and high quality Abayas and scarves in Pakistan. Women always love to wear these Abayas as added clothing over their dresses. These scarves and Abayas are climate appropriate, unique, light weight and specially designed for the females with style and taste. In this collection, you can be found different scarf prints and designs because they have the self adjusting and frame the faces quality with simple but in modern manner. Mastoor is the only well established Abayas and Scarves brand of Pakistan who offers maximum variety in color and texture. Checkout here new collection! (more…)
Zeynep Hanif is a famous Turkish jewelry designer who has created expensive and stylish Egyptian metal jewelryÂ design. She had to work hard for reaching the multiple cultures including Egyptian and Turkish. Here are represent the different collection of matel Jewelry that has various designs like stones, silver and gold. Metal jewelry is a stylish and modern trend for the girls that enhance the beauty of girls. (more…)
Friends this is our guest post from eArabGirls.com. The purpose of sharing this post is that in the post an arab girl Laraib shares some useful information about UK study visa. She tells that there many students around the world who don’t know the proses to get the study visa of UK. Today she wants to share the proses. Laraib tells that if you are planning to study in UK, you will most likely need a visa. Your visa is a document that is placed in your passport, which allows you to enter the UK for a certain amount of time you need for studies. It is not difficult to obtain a UK study visa, but you do have to have all of your documents completed correctly. First, be sure your passport is not expired or damaged. Then, be sure of your exact staying time, course or degree you have to do including city, institure/university.
Laraib says that the easiest way to apply for your visa is by filling out an online form. You will need to create a username, password, and provide your email address to get started. Then you can fill out the application over time and save your work, or just do it all at once. She more tells that There are different types of British visa forms, and they vary based on the purpose of your visit. If you plan to study in the United Kingdom, there is a special form. Likewise, if you are going there for work, there is another. If you are going on a family trip, every member of the family must make a separate application.
In the end Laraib writes that once you are approved for your visa, you can stay in the United Kingdom for the specified time length. When your visa expires, you can apply for an extension otherwise you would have to leave the country.
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Sabeen is our new subscriber and want to share this article about Ma’loula with us. Sabeen is an Iraqi refuge now living in Damascus (Al-Sham), Syria. This photo is taken in old Damascus when an exhibition was arranged about Iraq.
Sabeen studied archeology, so she got a job at Maaloula. Ma’loula is a town in Syria dominated by speakers of Western Neo-Aramaic. With two other nearby towns Bakh’a and Jubb’adin , it is the only place where the Western branch of the Aramaic languages is still spoken. The town is located 56 km to the northeast of Damascus, and built into the rugged mountainside, at an altitude of more than 1500 meters. The distance and geological features only aided the longevity of this linguistic oasis for over one and half thousand years. However, modern roads and transportation, as well as accessibility to Arabic-language television and print media – and for some time until recently, also state policy – have eroded that linguistic heritage.
There are two important monasteries in Ma`loula: Greek Catholic Mar Sarkis and Greek Orthodox Mar Thecla. Mar Sarkis is one of the oldest surviving monasteries in Syria. It was built on the site of a pagan temple, and has elements which go back to the fifth to sixth century Byzantine period. Mar Sarkis is the Arabic name for Saint Sergius, a Roman soldier who was executed for his Christian beliefs. This monastery still maintains its solemn historical character.
Sabeen is settled in Damascus with her family and looking forward to establish her there as situation of her home country is not very good.