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Unique standards of beauty

  Neck- Mayanmmar The women in the photo, who look like iron wires around their necks, belong to a special tribe in Myanmar that has maintained its unique identity and centuries-old tradition of long-necked customs. Are The name of this tribe in Myanmar is 'Qian tribe'. According to local traditions, the longer a girl's neck, the more beautiful she will be. The struggle to achieve this long neck begins at the age of five with long brass ring-like strings around the neck. When the wires start getting smaller, they are replaced by bigger wires. The price that the women of this tribe pay for their beauty is unbelievable. Ta-Moko- Newzealand You may have seen many people getting tattoos on different parts of their body. It has different meanings and significance in different cultures. Body tattoos have been practiced in New Zealand's indigenous tribes for nearly a thousand years. The locals call these permanent marks Ta-Moko, which is characterized by piercing them with bla

Meat eaters eat vegetables for three months and receive a $ 68,000 reward

 London: Some people become vegetarians because of their health or because of their environmental friendliness, but now a British company has announced a huge amount of money to give up this habit. Vibrant Vegan, a non-animal food company in the UK, has announced a برطان 50,000 (68 68,000) prize for promoting its vegetarian food. This award will be given to the regular carnivore who can spend 90 days on vegetables only. Thus, this amount is equal to one crore in Pakistani rupees. For this, the restaurant first surveyed 1,500 women and men who ate meat and then announced the competition, saying that they wanted "real examples of eating vegetables instead of meat" in order to attract more Britons. According to the company, people themselves are searching for vegetarian food on Google and it has tripled in 2017 compared to 2017. The company said in a statement that it started its non-profit business in 2014, which has led to an increase in demand, search and consumption of veget