Jump to content

Vikki

Author
  • Content Count

    50
  • Joined

  • Last visited

View Author Profile

Community Reputation

248 Novice Scribe 1st Class

Story Reviews

  • No Story Reviews

Comments

  • Rank: #0
  • Total: 12

1 Follower

About Vikki

  • Rank
    Author

Profile Information

  • Age in Years
    35
  • Gender
    Male
  • Sexuality
    Bisexual, leaning male
  • Favorite Genres
    Adventure
    Fantasy
    Historical
    Romance
    Sci-Fi
  • Location
    Chennai, India
  • Interests
    Writing, Singing, Body building, Volleyball and Cricket

Contact Methods

  • Public Email
    timc7054@gmail.com

Recent Profile Visitors

461 profile views
  1. The Lingam in Shaivism is an abstract or aniconic image of the Hindu god Shiva. In Hindu temples dedicated to Shiva, also found in smaller shrines, or as self-manifested natural objects, it is usually the primary murti or devotional image. Inside a disc-shaped platform, it is also depicted. A hollow cylindrical pillar-like form of Shiva is the lingam of the Shaivism tradition, made of stone, metal, gem, wood, clay, or disposable material. The lingam is a voting aniconic object found in the temple of Shiva temples and private shrines, denoting Shiva, according to Encyclopædia Britannica, and is
  2. In the Fragility of Goodness, Martha Nussbaum, following Dover, defines the ideal erômenos as “A beautiful creature without pressing needs of his own. He is aware of his attractiveness, but self-absorbed in his relationship with those who desire him. He will smile sweetly at the admiring lover; he will show appreciation for the other's friendship, advice, and assistance. He will allow the lover to greet him by touching, affectionately, his genitals and his face, while he looks, himself, demurely at the ground. … The inner experience of an erômenos would be characterized, we may imagine, b
  3. Primitive hunting tactics are a series of techniques produced thousands of years ago by our ancestors. The original neanderthals figured out what worked for survival, and over the years their many descendants changed the tactics, which eventually made them better hunters. The early human hominid ancestors were possibly frugivores or omnivores, rather than hunting, with a partially carnivore diet from scavenging. There is evidence that hunting may have been one of the various environmental factors that contributed to the disappearance of megafauna in the Holocene and its replacement by smaller
  4. Molten magma forms the vast majority of igneous rocks and the degree of crystallization depends largely on the conditions in which they solidify. As of 1999, a crystal of beryl from Malakialina, Madagascar weighing 840,000 lb is the world's largest known naturally occurring crystal. The main ingredient in drywall is gypsum and is often added to the water when brewing pale ale and pale India. For literally thousands of years, humans have been utilizing this mineral. But at the turn of the 21st century, when miners found some spectacularly large crystals that were giant gypsum pillars, the world
  5. There are more than 40 cuisines in the world today. They are varied upon the types of food sources available in each region, their traditions, genetics, habituations, geographical availability of vegetables and meat. Pongal is the popular festival in Tamilnadu, a southern state of India where the most indigenous and oldest genes of people live. Rice pongal, sugarcane, sweets made of sugar and fruits are popular during this time. Onam is another festival celebrated by another southern state of India, Kerala. Banana Sweets and Fruits are made during this festivals. Mehregan is a Persian festival
  6. At least until the time of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, evidence of homosexuality in the Middle East can be traced back. If they were homosexual or heterosexual, sex offences were punished identically in ancient Assyria. For penetrating someone of equal social status, a cult prostitute, or someone whose gender roles were not considered solidly masculine, a person faced no penalty. In an Akkadian tablet, the Šumma ālu, it states, "If a man copulates with his equal from the rear, he becomes the leader among his peers and brothers”. The Abbasid dynasty was renowned for being comparatively liber
  7. Canada and the US each have their own October and November for Thanksgiving celebrations in North America. In Britain, ever since pagan times, thanks have been granted for good harvests. Traditionally, the Harvest Festival is held near or around the Harvest Moon. The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. In Iran, Mehrgan was held in Persepolis in a lavish style at the harvest festivals in Asia. Festivals in various regions of India are Makar Sankranti, Thai Pongal, Uttarayana, Lohri and Magh Bihu or Bhogali Bihu in January, Holi in February-March, Vaisakhi in April, and Onam in August-September. In the
  8. Under lean-tos, in caves, and up through branches, Homo sapiens and our primate ancestors sought shelter. Our ancestors, exposed and relatively defenseless, stood a fair risk of being eaten by the creatures. In order to help them avoid that destiny, our ancestors developed many traits, if not permanently, at least long enough to replicate and pass their genes along. These answers still clarify how our bodies work today. Giant hyenas, cave bears, cave lions, eagles, snakes, other apes, wolves, and saber-toothed cats have eaten humans. Surprisingly, these are just the predators that, during rela
  9. Seasons and nature played an important role in the ancient civilization before humankind invented Science, Clocks and Calendars. The Indus Valley Civilisation during the Bronze Age lived in the northwestern regions of South Asia, lasting from 3300 BCE to 1300 BCE. It flourished in the basins of the Indus River, mainly monsoon-fed rivers flowing across the length of India and Pakistan. Their urban planning, baked brick buildings, extensive drainage systems, water supply systems, and modern handicraft and metallurgical techniques were noted. Mohenjo-daro and Harappa, the major cities, developed
  10. The diamond method used for ornamental bead drilling dates back to the 2nd millennium BC. Archaeologists working in Yemen have excavated beads from the site of Hajar ar Rayhani with evidence of diamond drilling from 1200 BC to the 1st century AD, though double diamond drilling from 1000-600 BC. Prior to 600 BC, the double diamond drilling method was present in Western India. In supernova nucleosynthesis, and from the collision of neutron stars, gold is thought to have been produced and to have been present in the dust from which the Solar System developed. That when it was formed, the Earth wa
  11. Vikki

    Crosscurrents

    The first story i read on this forum and fell in love with it. It is remarkable that everyone can relate to a certain part of this story and certainly the 70s, 80s and 90s generations of queer men. Personalities of both Matt and Andy are so relatable and real and I had the fortunate and unfortunate to either lived or been with such people in the past. Though sometimes it feels like a fantasy college where Andy could get it with almost every single good looking guy in the dorm, but boys in hostel and their hornimess must be accounted while perceiving the sex scenes on this story. Above all, I l
  12. We are getting to a point where the story is going to swirl by many twists and turns. Shakti and Jai are two different personalities and they are going to be part of a storm on the horizon, please buckle your seatbelt. 😂
  13. There is no consensus on the precise cause of sexual orientation formation, although genetic, hormonal, social and cultural factors have been studied. It is triggered by a dynamic interplay of genetic, hormonal, and environmental factors, scientists say. While no hypothesis has yet earned universal support for the cause of sexual orientation, scientists favor biologically based theory. The findings of a large-scale, longitudinal study by Savin-Williams, Joyner, and Rieger (2012) found that sexual orientation identity stability was more common than change over a six-year period, and that stabil
  14. With primates consuming fermenting berries, the capacity to metabolize alcohol is likely to predate mankind. The discovery of late Stone Age jugs suggests that there were purposely fermented drinks at least as early as the Neolithic period. Chemical residue analysis verified that in 7000-6650 BC, a fermented drink made from grapes, hawthorn berries, honey, and rice was produced. This is around the time when barley beer and grape wine started to be developed in the Middle East. Proof of alcoholic drinks from 5400-5000 BC in Iran, 3150 BC in ancient Egypt, 3000 BC in Babylon, 2000 BC in pre-Hisp
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Our Privacy Policy can be found here. We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue..