Expedition to the Heart of Asia.


Lee beats the heart of Asia? Not muted is it sand?

From Brahmaputra to the Irtysh, and from the Yellow river to the Caspian sea, from Mukden to Arabia – everywhere menacing merciless waves of Sands. As the apotheosis of lifelessness, frozen ill the Taklamakan desert oertwig middle part of Asia. Bulk is lost in the Sands of the old Imperial Chinese road. Sand dunes sticking out of the skeletons of former forest. Ogladanie skeletons stretched izvrashenie the time the walls of ancient cities. Where were the great travelers, the peoples migrations? Somewhere lonely, towering kereksur, menhirs, cromlechs, and rows of stones, silently keeping the cults of the past. Extremities of Asia are struggling with the ocean waves in the gigantic struggle. But now heart? When a Hindu yogi stop the pulse, the heart still continues their domestic work; and also with the heart of Asia. In the oases, the nomads and caravans he lives in a kind of thought. Of course, it’s hard to talk about all of Central Asia in detail. But in the fragmentary characteristics we can mention the modern state of these immense regions, and look at the monuments of a glorious past. As elsewhere, on the one hand you can find wonderful monuments, and exquisite way of thinking, expressed on the basis of the ancient wisdom, friendliness and human Continue reading

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