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Vastu in Benin:
Every human being is searching for the development and may or may not find a way to come out of their troubles with their invensions like prayers to God, visiting places, having talisman, doing some poojas, havan (Homa), astro chart checking and remedies etc.
In India people was been directed by spiritual gurus with many ways to come out of troubles. Thousands of years back sages discovered Vastu Shastra.
Once Vastu was discovered thereafter unbelievable changes happens in the society. After invension of many latest new rules, rapid growth was took place to Vaastu subject. Now, almost all the homes were built with Vasthu principles in India, particularly in South India. When we visit Andhra Pradesh we can observe that people built homes with Vaasthu principles. Even in Karnataka and Tamilnadu also most of the residents built homes with vastu principles.
Most of the residents know more about Vastu Tips, many were studied vastu shastra and looking their properties with their own knowledge only.
The best practice of doing corrections to the home in the presence of one Vastu Consultant only, without their presence one should not do any corrections. Generally, Vastu Pandit recommendations will save the residents.
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Benin, officially “The Republic of Benin” is a country located in West Africa. The country was formerly known as Dahomey and covers an area of approx. 114,763 km2.The country has a long history of foreign rule, colonization, brutality, forced labor, and slavery until it finally got its independence in from France. Also, it was the area from where most of the slaves were transported to the new world (America). Bordering countries of Benin include Niger and Burkina Faso towards the North, Togo towards the West and Nigeria towards the east. Most of the population of the country is inhabited in the southern part of the country near the coast.
Before the colonization, Benin was home to a number of local tribes and kingdoms. The people had their own traditions and cultures and often the local tribes were fighting against each other on several issues. The area is famous for exporting slaves and at one time the slave industry of the area was at its peak. The local kings sold their people in slavery in exchange for money. The slaves were then transported to all over America (North and South). After superpowers (America and England) abolished the slavery, they are faced a major setback. The local empires got weak and availing this opportunity The French occupied the area and maintained its permanent colony. The area remained a French colony till 1958 and gained full independence in 1960. But sadly, from independence till now the country has intense history including violence, riots, coups, and change of governments. The communist government had also held the power from 1975 to 1990. Afterwards, it was replaced by a multi-party system.
Benin has typical African geography. It features forests, hills, lagoons, lakes, hills, and plains. It is also home to many animal species. Most famous animals include Elephants, Lions, Monkeys and painted hunting dog (endangered).
The backbone of the country’s economy is an agricultural sector. The industrial sector is not yet flourished and Benin is termed as under developing country. The main agricultural product of the country is cotton which accounts for 40% of the total GDP and 80% of the national exports. Other main agricultural products include yams, peanuts, cashews, rice, corn, and cocoa. Benin also started oil Industries but has failed to establish this sector due to lack of oil reserves. The main export partners of the country are Lebanon, China, India, Niger, and Nigeria.
The population of Benin is made up of a number of local tribes. All the tribes have their own, ethics, traditions and culture. The majority of the Country’s religions include Roman Catholic (27.1%), Islam (24.4%), Vodoun (17.3%) and Protestant 10.4%. There are also a number of people which follow their own traditional religions. The main reason behind the Christianity in the country is due to Foreign colorizations. Islam reached the area due to Islamic scholars and preachers. The official language of the country is French. Although the French left the area, they left a strong impact behind. But a number of local languages are also spoken like Fon, Yoruba, and Fulani.
- Country Benin
- Capital City Porto-Novo
- Area: 114,763 km²
- Population: 10.87 million (2016)
- Currency: West African CFA Franc
- Official language: French
- Demonym: Beninese
- Government Presidential Republic Legislature National Assembly
- Religions: Roman Catholic (27.1%), Islam (24,4%)
- Time Zone: WAT (UTC+1)
- Drives on the Right
- Dialing / Calling Code: +229
- Internet TLD .bj
- Important Cities: Benin City, Cotonou, Porto-Novo, Parakou, Djougou, Ouidah, Kandi, Bohicon, Abomey, Lokossa
- Famous Rivers Niger River, Mono River, Mekrou River, Oti River, Sota River, Oueme River, Oli River, Zou River
- Border Countries Nigeria, Niger, Togo, Burkina Faso
- Spiritual Places Cathedrale Notre Dame de l'lmmaculee Conception (Porto-Novo), Cotonou Cathedral (Cotonou), Saint Michel Church (Cotonou), Cotonou Central Mosque
- Tourist Attractions: Pendjari National Park, Royal Palaces of Abomey, Ouidah Museum of History, Royal Palace (Porto-Novo), Da Silve Museum, W National Park
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