Baba Hari Dass in India (2001)
Baba Hari Dass - silent yogi writing on a chalkboard, c. 1976, California.
Baba Hari Dass and Ma Renu, watching annual volleyball competition at Mount Madonna Center, July 1998
Mount Madonna Center, California, Baba Hari Dass, Sep 2013
Shiva Lingam, Ganesha temple, Sankat Mochan Hanuman temple; Mount Madonna Center, CA; 2014.
Children getting sweets, Sri Ram Ashram, Shyampur, India
Baba Hari Dass with children, Mount Madonna Center, May 2008
Ramayana theatrical production, costume preparation, 2003
Baba Hari Dass, Mount Madonna Center, Watsonville, CA, c. 2006
Baba Hari Dass Shraddha ceremony, 7 Oct 2018

Designed to help describe the history of the martial arts in a linear fashion.

- Martial arts timeline

He practiced and became proficient in martial arts, Hatha Yoga, Shatkarma, Mudras and Sanskrit.

- Baba Hari Dass
Baba Hari Dass in India (2001)

This also resulted in the fact that qualifying events for the Championships were no longer required meaning the Atlantic Bowls Championships and Asia Pacific Championships were terminated.

- Asia Pacific Bowls Championships

This also resulted in the fact that qualifying events for the Championships were no longer required meaning the Atlantic Championships and Asia Pacific Bowls Championships were terminated.

- Atlantic Bowls Championships
Baraboo welcome sign on WIS 33.
Bradbury Robinson

Additionally, he was a Baraboo, Wisconsin alderman (similar to city councilman).

- John R. Hofstatter

John R. Hofstatter, Wisconsin State Representative

- Baraboo, Wisconsin
Sui dynasty in 610
The Tang dynasty at its height in 660
The ten jiedushi in 745
The 48 buffer towns in 820
Tang cavalry figurine
Tang soldiers holding shields
Tang soldiers wearing lamellar armour
Armoured soldier from Gaochang, 8-9th century
Tang warrior wearing cord and plaque armour
Mountain pattern armour called "Tang beast armour" (tang ni kai)
Mountain pattern shoulder guard
Sui dynasty swords.
Dao with ring pommel, length: 71cm, Tang dynasty
Illustration of a rectangular Tang volley fire formation using crossbows. From Li Quan 李筌, Shen ji zhi di tai bai yin jing 神機制敵太白陰經, ca. 759.
Sui conquest of Chen, 588-589
Chinese soldier holding a shield, 6th century
Tributary envoys from Baekje, Goguryeo, and Silla. Painting produced 7th century AD by Yan Liben (c. 600–673).
1st Goguryeo-Sui War, 598
2nd Goguryeo-Sui War, 612
Transition from Sui to Tang (613–628)
Transition from Sui to Tang (613–628)
Battle of Hulao
Tang horse handler and his horse
Tang campaign against the Eastern Turks (629–630)
Turkic warrior figurines from the Kizil Caves
Conquest of the Western Turks and the Western Regions, 638–658
Armoured cavalry figurines, Tang dynasty
Tang cavalry tomb figurine
First conflict of the Goguryeo–Tang War
Tang-Korean wars
Silla-Tang War, 672-676
Iron plate armour from Silla, 4th century AD
Tang-Tuyuhun War, 634–635
The Imperial Sedan Chair: Emperor Taizong depicted giving an audience to Gar Tongtsen Yulsung, the ambassador of the Tibetan Empire, in a painting by court artist Yan Liben (600-673 AD)
Battle of Dafei River, 667–674
Campaigns of the Tibetan Empire, 7-9th centuries
The Four Horns of the Tibetan Empire
Tibetan Empire in 790
Guiyi Circuit
Emperor Taizong's campaign against the Western Regions
Battle of Talas, 751
Balhae in 830
The Khitan rebellion led by Li Jinzhong, 696
Nanzhao (738–937)
Depiction of Dali Kingdom (Nanzhao's successor) soldiers
Armour of the Yi people, Qing dynasty
Tang dynasty tomb guardian wearing lamellar armour
Soldier and horse, Tang dynasty
Iron axes and ploughshares, Tang dynasty
An Lushan Rebellion, 755–763
Summer Palace of Emperor Ming (明皇避暑宮) by Guo Zhongshu (929-977), collection of Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts.
Rebellious provinces in the post-An Lushan Tang Empire. Red provinces were lost to the Tang forever while the orange provinces were reincorporated.
Tang soldiers in a tomb mural, 644 AD
Tang soldiers in a tomb mural, 644 AD
Tang soldier in lamellar armour
Huang Chao Rebellion, 874–884
Collapse of the Tang dynasty, 907
Sui soldier
Sui soldier
Sui soldier
Sui soldier
Sui soldier
Sui pottery soldier
Sui cavalry
Tang cavalry figurine
Tang cavalry figurine
Tang cavalry figurine
One of Tang Taizong's horses, Saluzi, Autumn Dew the Whirlwind Victory, and its handler Qiu Xinggong
Tang statuette of an armoured Turkic horseman
Tang warrior wearing cord and plaque armour
Tang soldier in cord and plaque armour
Tang soldier wearing a tiger cap
Tang soldier in a mural
Tang soldier in lamellar armour
A Tang general as one of the Seven Buddhist Treasures
Scale armor with overlapping star-shaped pieces
Scale armor with interlocking mountain-shaped pieces
Tang tomb guardians wearing mountain pattern armour
Tang tomb guardian with mountain pattern armour
Tang soldier wearing a combination of mail, cord and plaque, and mountain pattern armour.
Tang stone relief depicting mountain pattern armour
Close up view of the Ming dynasty painting "Departure Herald" showing riders wearing lamellar and mountain pattern armour
Ming depiction of mail armour - it looks like scale, but this was a common artistic convention. The text says "steel wire connecting ring armour."
Swords from the Three Kingdoms of Korea
Spearheads from Goguryeo
Iron swords from Silla
Iron sword, Silla
Cavalry armour, Silla

Ashina Duzhi (r.

- Ashina Duzhi

In 677, Ashina Duzhi rebelled and allied himself to the Tibetan Empire.

- Military history of the Sui–Tang dynasties
Sui dynasty in 610

Having been perceived as close to the Dinka people, the Thuri were targets of ethnic violence during the Second Sudanese Civil War, when the "Army of Peace", a mostly Fertit pro-government militia, attacked them as supporters of the mostly Dinka SPLA rebels.

- Thuri people

One of the most notable Fertit tribes that did not participate in the Army of Peace was the Thuri or Shatt people.

- Army of Peace
Badwater Basin, California Death Valley

Arguably most famous for his exploits in the Badwater Ultramarathon across Death Valley, Ulrich has finished the race 18 times and crossed Death Valley a record 24 times, including a 586-mile "Badwater Quad", covering the course four times (twice up and back), and a self-contained, unaided solo, in which he pulled all supplies (food, ice, medical) in a cart that weighed more than 200 pounds at the start.

- Marshall Ulrich

The record for the 146 mi race was set in 1991 by Marshall Ulrich: 33 hours and 54 minutes.

- Badwater Ultramarathon
Badwater Basin, California Death Valley
Aylesworth in 1912

Midnight Alibi (1934)

- Arthur Aylesworth

Arthur Aylesworth as Louie the Blind Man

- Midnight Alibi
Aylesworth in 1912
A devotee of Gajan festival at Howrah
Gajan devotees and spectators are assembled at the Panchananda mandir at village Narna, Howrah on 14 April 2014.
Temple at Bahulara photographed by an unknown photographer in 1897. Presently in the collection of Leiden University
Charak festival in Kolkata in 1849
View outside
The deities
Wall decorations
Wall decorations
Wall decorations
Wall decorators

Hindu festival celebrated mostly in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Gajan (festival)

In the month of Chaitra the Bahulara Shiva Gajan takes place over the span of three days with hundreds of devotees attending the festival.

- Bahulara Ancient Temple
A devotee of Gajan festival at Howrah
Naval range-finding instruments of 1936
Barr and Stroud Attack Periscope Type CH74 - RAN Oberon-class submarine

The company and its intellectual property passed through Pilkington group to Thales Optronics.

- Barr and Stroud

Thales' optronics businesses in the UK trace their origins to Pilkington Optronics, which was formed by Pilkington plc in 1988 to take control of the company's optronics businesses: Pilkington PE located in North Wales (formed in 1966) and Barr and Stroud, which was based in Glasgow.

- Thales Optronics
Naval range-finding instruments of 1936
Stallworthy in 1928.

His father was Arthur Stallworthy, who later became member of parliament for the electorate (–1935).

- John Stallworthy (obstetrician)

His son, John Stallworthy (1906–1993), was Nuffield Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Oxford (1967–1973).

- Arthur Stallworthy
Stallworthy in 1928.