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Welcome to Mythologger,
conceptualizing applied mythology

Mythology is an integral part of any culture. The world, being a place of various diverse cultures and myths is filled with many Mythological stories which can be a great source of our inspiration. Our Product is an amalgamation of various mythologies such as Greek, Hindu, Chinese, Norse and Egyptian etc. Each one of them show some relevance in our day-to-day life. Our Product tries to unify these old-told tales, projecting you with a complete new insight on each mythical tale.

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