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It was my birthday , i asked my boss to take two days rest from the work, then i decided to go to Tallin, i like the history and the old cities ( maybe cause i'am from Egypt one of the oldest countries in the world ).
Anyway , when i went to my favorite place ( the old Tallin ) There were some young people who is singing and dancing while they say Hare Krishna ,it's kind of believes or religion, and here the informations what i could got from the Internet *
"Harry Krishna
" is a common misspelling of Hare Krishna, based on the fact that the words Hare and Harry look and sound similar. (Harry Krishna is also a name that has been jokingly or half jokingly adopted by people interested in the Hare Krishna movement.)

Hare Krishna actually refers to a Hindu mantra (religious chant) derived from names or attributes of the Hindu god Vishnu. Its source is the ancient Hindu sacred text the Baghavad-Gita, but to most Westerners the words "hare Krishna" first became known when a number of famous people (especially the Beatles
in the 1960s) became interested in this branch of Hindu philosophy through the growth of the International Society For Krishna Consciousness.



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