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    Amman, and Jordan in general, is the Middle East's hub for medical tourism. Jordan receives the most medical tourists in the region and the fifth highest in the world. Amman receives 250,000 foreign patients a year and over $1 billion annually. Business. Amman is introducing itself as a business hub.

    • 7250 BC
    • Jordan
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    • Parmeshwari Mata
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    Parmesh­wari Mata, is the folk god­dess of the peo­ple of the Chamar caste in South Asia. Parmesh­wari Devi how­ever doesn't have an exact image, be­cause her orig­i­nal image and her orig­i­nal name was lost dur­ing the time pe­riod when the in­den­tured labour­ers were com­ing to the Caribbean from India. When they ar­rived they started back to make of­fer­ings to her, but since they for­got her name they started to sim­ply call her Parmesh­wari Maa. Since she was the folk god­dess of the Chamar caste, she is some­times called Chamaria Parmesh­wari. And over the years peo­ple have been using dif­fer­ent im­ages of dif­fer­ent Devis and de­vatas for her such as Bahuchara Maa, Shri­nathji and Venkateswara, Tara (Devi) and even VarahiMaa and doing blood wor­ship to these forms and an­ger­ing them. How­ever some­one may have got­ten a vi­sion of her and saw her seated on the pig, hence they started to make mur­tis of her on the pig in Trinidad. She is known to have a dark ap­pear­ance...

    Peo­ple who wor­ship her will offer her lentils. They will offer a mix­ture of water and/or milk, Arahul or any red flower, Neem Leaves, Sin­door, turmeric Pow­der, White Rice, White Sugar, Cloves, Grounded Nut­meg and grounded Cam­phor from a Lota. Other of­fer­ings to her in­cludes Kheer, Lapsi and So­hari, fruits, co­conuts, limes, neem Leaves, flow­ers and gar­lands made with neem Leaves, limes and flow­ers. Her flag colour is black as that is her com­plex­ion. Usu­ally her pujasare per­formed near rivers, seas, or under trees. Co­conut flow­ers are used to rep­re­sent her as they are the most purest flow­ers as they are not tam­pered or in­ter­fered with by in­sects. She is often rep­re­sented by her black sari.

  5. Two women take a selfie from the inside of the Amman Citadel historical site. On Wednesday, January 30 in Amman, Jordan. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

  6. 4 youg women in Amman, on the side walk. As they are waiting to cross the street they are chatting to each other. The picture is taken in the beginning of the evening, after sunset.

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