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Mausoleums, generally speaking, are usually beautiful buildings, standing as stately monuments towards the spouse and children who're layed to relax inside them. These ornate buildings, commonly adorned with bronze and gold accents, marble columns and stained glass windows, are made and assembled to mirror feeling of dignity, serenity, and peace. There are two common complications with a lot of mausoleums, however, which, undesirably, rob the serene and peaceful quality from the families of the interred, and make up a mockery from the deceased bodies. These two conditions are mausoleum smells and coffin, or phorid flies. 9. Their emotional appeal Van Gogh began his work relying on the Dutch Masters. He was intrigued by the Masters' ability to have fun with shadow and lightweight. He also found an association in the painting of common events and/or people. For instance, The Potato Eaters captures a small grouping of peasants sitting yourself down for any meal. The painting is dark, yet, light radiates from your faces. The process of the Karwa Chauth is the same, but the newly wed- bride seems to be more cautious, because of her first time. The festive mood of this occasion starts few days before the karwa chauth as the women start purchasing new clothes and bangles for the day. The Indian bride dresses herself in new saari or suit preferably of red or maroon colour, with all the items of make- up and sola sringar. On the early morning of the Karwa Chauth, around 4'0 clock, the bride eats the sargi, given to her by her mother-in-law. This is to be done before sunrise. Sargi contains, Pheni, Mathi, and eating items, depending on the cultural practices followed by the family. After that throughout the day, the bride is not supposed to eat or drink anything. In the evening time, the Indian women, dresses like a newly wed bride and heads towards the karwa pooja. The married women are supposed to attend the karwa katha, in which an old lady narrates the story of the Karwa Chauth and tells the significance of keeping the fast.