Empire Europa in India

Empire Europa in India The Empire of Europa, * The Star Empire * stretches from the Baltic region of Europe to the Black Se Land: Est. 940,,000 + sq km.

The Empire of Europa is a De Jure Sovereign Monarchy government coming up from exile to realm, reigning by His Imperial Majesty King Roman the first (Former Prince Ronald Mann) http://princeronaldmann.yolasite.com/ ; Prince Roman was a Secular Franciscan Order minister for 20 years * a Reconciliation bishop for 10 * and a Universal Family Ministry archbishop for 10, before resoling from religions,

including from ministry in the Third Order of St Francis/Secular Franciscan Order for reasons of personal belief and historical observations. His Majesty has been a de jure Sovereign Monarch since 1967 with Sovereign Entitlements in International Law – Equality, Precedence, Privilege, and Immunity. Lawful/De Jure sovereignty concerns the expressed and institutionally recognized right to exercise control over a territory. Population: Est. 62,100,000 + (2019)
Currency: Euro
Languages: English, French, Lithuanian, Russian, Romanian and Latvian

National Holidays: Foundation Day- May 24 Celebrates the creation of The Empire of Europa and International Day of Peace - 21 September every year. IMPERIAL REPRESENTATIVE
Sir Dr. Ravish was nominated as Empire of Europa Imperial Ambassador-at-Large to India on 26 October 2020. His imperial appointment credentials have since been awaiting a date of presentation to the Honorable President of India. Silence signifies consent-this is called-Tacit Consent. He served the Kingdom of Filipina Hacienda, Autocratic Sovereign Monarchy in South Philippines as Ambassador of Peace from 2017 to 2020 including Ambassador-at-Large with additional portfolio of Regional Chairman to India at International Human Rights Commission (an IGO at Mistek Czech Republic) from 2017 to 2020, Ambassador-at-Large to the Republic of India and SAARC with additional charge of Asst Chair IHRC Council of Interfaith Harmony for Asia Region from 2014 to 2016, Special Ambassador/Envoy UNHCO, London (UK) 2012-2-13, Ambassador Goodwill at IHRC from 2012 to 2013, Chairman Asia-Pacific advisor and Consultants Council in the rank of Goodwill Ambassador-at-Large of peace-unity-humanity and official representative liaison officer of the organization to the Indian government agencies and private entity for whatever legal transactions and any Asia-Pacific governments authorities and coordination of international body in facilitating SPMUDA (Organisation for peace in USA-Europe-Africa-Middle East and Pacific Asia) undertakings for peace-friendship, humanitarian and development mission from 2012 to 2013. As Executive Chairman and Director, Sir Dr Ravish founded Indo Argentina Chamber of Commerce to promote economic, cultural and social links between Argentina and the states of India from 2014 to present. He has also served Indian Army from 1965 to 1980.

Warm wishes on "The Vishwakarma Jayanti"!

Warm wishes on "The Vishwakarma Jayanti"!

We wish everyone a healthy National Nutrition Week on September 1st - 7th, 2023.God bless us all💐

We wish everyone a healthy National Nutrition Week on September 1st - 7th, 2023.
God bless us all💐

Happy Raksha Bandhan 2023 to my dear sibling. May our love grow stronger every day?

Happy Raksha Bandhan 2023 to my dear sibling. May our love grow stronger every day?

Happy Independence Day, incredible India! 💐🙏स्वतंत्रता दिवस की शुभकामनाएँ, अतुल्य भारत! ❤

Happy Independence Day, incredible India! 💐🙏
स्वतंत्रता दिवस की शुभकामनाएँ, अतुल्य भारत! ❤

Islamic New Year Greetings!

Islamic New Year Greetings!

My homage to the immortal warrior Tirot Sing Syiem, celebrated on July 17th annually in Meghalaya, India 💐🙏

My homage to the immortal warrior Tirot Sing Syiem, celebrated on July 17th annually in Meghalaya, India 💐🙏

Happy Bonalu Friends!This festival is celebrated in the twin Cities Hyderabad and Secunderabad and other parts of Telang...

Happy Bonalu Friends!

This festival is celebrated in the twin Cities Hyderabad and Secunderabad and other parts of Telangana state, India. On July 13th annually.

Greetings on the auspicious day of Bhanu Jayanti!Celebrated by the people of Nepal, Sikkim, Darjeeling, Nagaland, Meghal...

Greetings on the auspicious day of Bhanu Jayanti!

Celebrated by the people of Nepal, Sikkim, Darjeeling, Nagaland, Meghalaya and countries with Nepali-speaking communities such as Myanmar, Bhutan and others.

Greetings of the Behdienkhlam Festival!Celebrated in Meghalaya 🇮🇳

Greetings of the Behdienkhlam Festival!
Celebrated in Meghalaya 🇮🇳

Happy MHIP Day!   💐Celebrated in Mizoram

Happy MHIP Day! 💐
Celebrated in Mizoram

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Shocking News of the day🥲



“The world needs to see and know this. A railway station and a crossing, a house, a hardware store, a grocery supermarket, a gas station - do you know what unites these places? The bloody trail that 🇷🇺 leaves with its shells, killing civilians in Kherson and Kherson region. As…”

Wishes of the World Labour Day!

Wishes of the World Labour Day!


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One of the special days in October is 14th; the members of IEC, ISO and ITU of the International Standards Association celebrate World Standards Day. They pay the tribute to the collaborative efforts of the thousands of experts worldwide. These experts here have to develop the voluntary technical agreements that are published as International Standards.

Oh! The romance of train travel; there are still some wonderful trains around, and our selection of the best train rides in the world covers the super luxurious train and railroad cars, locomotives for the traditionalists, as well as train trips for the more adventurous.

It's a great way to take a holiday especially for those restless amongst us who want constant adventure, and get bored lying on a beach for too long. Rather like cruises on wheels (but without the endless food), a great train ride can introduce you to incredible landscape, off-the-beaten-track culture, and interesting (though sometimes in the Chinese sense!) travelling companions.

And, regardless of the curious attractions of train-spotting, there's still a passion for trains within most of us. It's the sense of journeying that does it the changing landscapes, the borders crossed, the strangers met fleetingly between stops. As for the trains and carriages themselves they are all here: steam trains, electric trains, cog-railways and diesels.

(1). The Indian Pacific: Forging its way through the outback from the Indian to the Pacific Ocean, this trans-continental train takes 65 hours to display some of the diverse wonders of Australia's interior, which include the sweeping Nullarbor Desert, Adelaide, the gold mining town of Kalgoorlie and the Blue Mountains, home to wombats, koalas and kookaburras.

(2) The Darjeeling Mail, The Deccan Odyssey: The incomparable Taj Mahal, sacred Varanasi and the fortified, pink city of Jaipur roll past the windows of the Viceroy of India from Mumbai in a huge semi-circular trail to the lush tea plantations of Darjeeling.

(3) The Mont Blanc Express: Almost a hundred years old, this route guides its no-nonsense trains from Martigny in Switzerland up and down the Alpine slopes at some surprising angles on a journey of less than three hours, opening up a world of snow-capped peaks and plunging waterfalls and ravines.

(4). The Trans-Siberian Railway: Perhaps the most famous train-route of all - the fantasy of every short-treasured boy who has ever stood at Victoria Station and watched people depart to who knows where.

(5). The Hiram Bingham to Machu Picchu: Three and a half hours on the appropriately named Hiram Bingham (titled for the first person to bring global publicity to Machu Picchu in 1911) will carry you from Poroy to Machu Picchu in style, with a knowledgeable guide on the way there and traditional live entertainment on the return journey.

(6). Darjeeling Himalayan Railway: Beginning in Siliguri at the foot of the mighty Himalayas, the little, blue and red Darjeeling Himalayan steam railway climbs over two thousand metres into the mountains, peaking at Ghum and finally reaching Darjeeling at 2,200 metres above sea level.

(7). India's Palace on Wheels: A veritable rolling Maharaja's palace, this train has a quite unbelievably ornate interior to match a seven-day itinerary of dazzling colour and variety. Beginning in New Delhi by night, the trip follows a winding path through Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Sawai Madhopur, Chittaurgarh and many more outstanding Indian glories.

(8). The Royal Scotsman: Widely regarded as the world's most exclusive train, and certainly one of the most famous, The Royal Scotsman cossets and spoils in traditional Scottish style with tea in bone china and crisp linen.

(9). The China Orient Express: This route covers the old Chinese Silk Road and is serviced only in the summer by restored vintage trains. Indulgently decked out in red and black lacquer and old mahogany furniture, the train boasts two European toilets and a deliberate lack of hot water, due to the steamy weather.

(10). Shangri-La Express: This state-of-the-art and comfortable train's elegant carriages are the latest entrant into the luxury train scene - opened in 2007, the route begins in Golmud, China, following what soon becomes the highest railway line in the world - using pressurised cabins to pass through the 17,000 feet peaks.

Dr. Prithvi Singh Ravish
Friends, October 5th is World Teacher's Day

This day is celebrated in order to show appreciation towards teachers. The day is observed globally but is not a public holiday is not declared. In 1994, World Teacher’s Day was celebrated for the first time.

Happy Gandhi Jayanti!
On World Heart Day, 29 September 2020

World Heart Day is, therefore, the perfect platform for the CVD community to unite in the fight against CVD and reduce the global disease burden. In the time of COVID-19, CVD patients are faced with a double-edged threat. Not only are they more at risk of developing severe forms of the virus, but they may also be afraid to seek ongoing care for their hearts. To understand what it takes to live a heart-healthy life and to act on that knowledge, changing your behavior for a better quality of life now and in the future.

Wish You a Happy World Heart Day!