Though many people, in these days, are coming up with the initiatives to help birds leaving a bowl of water on the windowsills, large section of the society is still unaware of providing small help to create a bird-zone in their compounds. So, the summer is a reminder for people to do this small thoughtful measure to help out the avian friends as well. Pradeep Kumar, a bird lover in Alappuzha, who has been doing this ritual every summer for a decade, says he has already started to set up water facility for birds at the small patch of his home garden. In the past, these birds had depended mostly on local ponds that occurred in the houses.
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This impression is bolstered by examples of real medieval people who rarely washed, such as Queen Isabella of Castile. She supposedly boasted that she had bathed only twice in her life: on the day she was born, and on the day she married Ferdinand of Aragon. And it is undoubtedly true that, like everyone who lived before domestic plumbing and electricity became the norm, medieval people would have struggled to abide by modern standards of hygiene, even if they had wanted to. Juana of Castile bathed and washed her hair so often that her husband feared she would make herself ill.
Nico Zardo. The history of hygiene does not follow a linear path: ithas witnessed periods of great consideration and periods of substantial abandonment, and only in the first decades of the 20th century didit take on the image that we know today. The Greeks attributed great importance to hygiene, so much so that they retained that a goddess, Hygieia, presided over health and over virtuous and balanced behavior.