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Weekly Top Song: Ae Dil Hai Mushkil with Lyrics – Title Song

Posted On:- Friday September 30, 2016

aedilhaimushkil-ranbir-aishwarya-anushkaAe Dil Hai Mushkil Lyrics (Title Track): Here comes the first song from Karan Johar’s much awaited […]

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Do you Want to buy this Snapchat Sun-glass with Mounted Camera?

Posted On:- Tuesday September 27, 2016

Snap-chat comes with some extra ordinary things for our life, they are planning to come in hardware market in the form of sunglasses. These sunglasses are not simple like we use in our everyday life, but with extra feature of inbuilt camera to make your life more memorable in later age. So today we are going to know more details about this new product.

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Top 20 Nations with Highest External Debt

Posted On:- Monday September 12, 2016

Some times we can see some great country is prosperous, but from inside it is completely different situation for that country. Some time country takes excessive financial loan from world bank or other country's Financial Institute to make and show themselves prosperous. Today we are going to list out those top 20 countries with highest external debt, which will be good to know. (All figures in US Dollar and data as per 2 July 2016 from different sources.)

And also check out major 3 Expense in Import (in Percentage of Total 100% of Country Import) of each country, which may be cause of that much debt for them.

20. Denmark  – $593 billion (according to latest figures available as on March 31, 2014)

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Tom and Jerry_Episode_010_The Lonesome Mouse

Posted On:- Wednesday August 31, 2016

Tom and Jerry_Episode_010_The Lonesome MouseThe Lonesome Mouse is a 1943 American one-reel animated cartoon and is the 10th Tom and Jerry […]

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TaleSpin_Episode_07_Time Waits for No Bear

Posted On:- Tuesday August 30, 2016

TaleSpin_Episode_07_Time Waits for No BearWhen Baloo is late one too many times with his deliveries, Rebecca makes him fly a guided […]

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The Jungle Book – Episode 08 – Sorry Baloo

Posted On:- Monday August 29, 2016

The Jungle Book – Episode 08 - Sorry BalooMowgli has been trapped. While he struggles to free himself, a giant crocodile lumbers out of the […]

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Story : The Adopted Son by Guy de Maupassant

Posted On:- Monday August 29, 2016

The Adopted Son by Guy de MaupassantThe two cottages stood beside each other at the foot of a hill near a little seashore […]

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Classic Bollywood Hits: Aa Mohabat Ki Basti Basayege Hum – from movie Fareb (1953)

Posted On:- Monday August 29, 2016

Classic Bollywood Hits_Aa Mohabat Ki Basti Basayege Hum  – from movie Fareb_1953Movie/album: Fareb (1953) Singers: Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar Song Lyricists: Majrooh Sultanpuri Music Composer: Anil Krishna Biswas […]

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Beta-carotene in our Body

Posted On:- Monday August 29, 2016

Beta-carotene in our Body_01Overview Beta-carotene is a pigment found in plants that gives them their color. The name beta-carotene is […]

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Story : Admiral Peters by W W Jacobs

Posted On:- Saturday August 27, 2016

Admiral Peters by WW JacobsMr. George Burton, naval pensioner, sat at the door of his lodgings gazing in placid content at […]

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Movie Time:- Born Yesterday – Full Movie from Hollywood Top 10 of year 1950

Posted On:- Saturday August 27, 2016

Movie Time_Born Yesterday – Full Movie from Hollywood Top 10 of year 1950Born Yesterday is a 1950 American comedy-drama film directed by George Cukor. The screenplay was credited to […]

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People with this 22 qualities Who Will Actually Make America Great Again

Posted On:- Friday August 26, 2016

Checkout some interesting expectation for our new American President, what people really want inside America....
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And YOU MUST THINK I’M AN IDIOT if you’d think I’d vote for the host of REALITY TV SHOW.

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Movie Time:- Badal – Full Movie from Bollywood Top 10 of year 2000

Posted On:- Friday August 26, 2016

Movie Time_ Badal – Full Movie from Bollywood Top 10 of year 2000Badal (English: Cloud, Hindi: बादल) is a 2000 Bollywood movie directed by Raj Kanwar. The film stars […]

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Tom and Jerry_Episode_009_Sufferin Cats

Posted On:- Wednesday August 24, 2016

Tom and Jerry_Episode_009_Sufferin CatsSufferin’ Cats!, a 1943 American one-reel animated cartoon , is the 9th Tom and Jerry episode released. […]

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7 craziest tourist attractions around the world

Posted On:- Tuesday August 23, 2016

Every time we checkout popular tourist places around the world, but, have you ever thought about craziest tourist attraction around the world to make some crazy vacation plans?

Today checkout this 7 attraction of this kind of crazy spots...

  • Highest and longest glass bridge over China's Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon

China just added a bunch of new claims to its planet-beating achievements -- this time its the world's sweatiest palms, the trembliest knees and the most-flipped stomachs.

Oh yes -- and the world's highest and longest glass-bottomed bridge.
Thousands of visitors have been steeling themselves to walk across the newly opened structure that spans the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon in Hunan Province.
The six-meter wide bridge stretches 430 meters over a 300-meter-deep valley between two cliffs in the beautiful Zhangjiajie Park, said to have inspired the scenery for the sci-fi movie "Avatar."

  • Jeju Loveland: World's Kinkiest Theme Park?

A theme park erected on the South Korean island of Jeju is a leading candidate for the world’s kinkiest theme park.

Ever since its debut in 2004, Jeju Loveland has been arousing the interest of tourists because of its collection of more than 140 salacious statues and erotic exhibitions that graphically depict all sorts of sexy situations between humans, animals and humans and animals.

The park is about the size of two soccer fields and takes about an hour to see — less, if you just want a quickie.

The sexy sculptures were created by a group of art school grads from Seoul’s Hongik University and have become sort of a crash course in sex education for honeymooners from other parts of South Korea, many of whom had their marriages arranged and, thus, aren’t familiar with each other.

However, if you already are familiar with your partner — and sex in general — Jeju Loveland might be a good refresher course as the photos in the gallery amply demonstrate.

Even better: There’s a playground for the kids.
  • Baldwin Street - Dunedin New Zealand

Baldwin Street is recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as the steepest street in the world. The street runs up the northern side of Signal Hill, a prominent hill overlooking Otago Harbour, at slopes of up to 1:2.86 (for 2.86m horizontal distance, a rise of 1m).

The steepness was unintentional; grids were laid out by surveyor Charles Kettle without proper regard for the terrain. Indeed some of the streets he intended were unable to be laid.

Unlike most New Zealand Streets, the street is surfaced in concrete not asphalt, as the tar would flow down the slope on a warm day as well as to provide a better grip in Dunedin's frosty winters. Stairs lead up the curb-side instead of a footpath.

There are a couple of annual events held at Baldwin street, one being the Jaffa Race at the annual Cadbury Chocolate Carnival, where 30,000 Giant Jaffas, hard orange candies with a chocolate centre, are rolled down the street. Each Jaffa is numbered, and sponsorship is sold by various local and nationwide beneficiaries who get to keep the money raised. At the bottom of Baldwin St the Jaffas are funnelled into the finishing chute to decide the winners.

Another major event is the Baldwin Street Gutbuster, a race to the top and back down again. Around 1000 people compete in different categories, but the record hasn't been beaten in over a decade. Both locals and people from all over the world come to compete.

If that sounds too much, walk up in your own time. It takes about ten minutes, just to walk about 350 metres! But don't worry, there's a drinking fountain at the top.
  • Cup noodles Museum (Yokohama) 
An interactive food education facility opened in Minato Mirai Area. This facility has various CUPNOODLES displays and do-it-yourself experience to enable visitors to enjoyably experience discovery and inventiveness. You can mix and match various soups and ingredients in a cup you designed to make your very own CUPNOODLES. There is also a CUPNOODLES Park where you can experience how CUPNOODLES products are manufactured by becoming a “noodles” and going through production until shipment from the factory.

Are you a big fan of Ramen? Then why not try CUP NOODLES MUSEUM to learn the secret of cup noodle and to make one-of-a-kind ramen by yourself? A Japanese food company Nissin opened a unique museum for Ramen.
The museum shows the 40 year product history as well as founder's creativity, by exhibiting 3,000 kinds of cup noodle packages and recreates Mr. Ando Momofuku's humble research facility. At "My Cup Noodle Factory," you can make your own cup noodle out of 5,460 choices. "Cup Noodles Park" will be a perfect playground for kids where they can experience the manufacturing process of Cup Noodle. And of course you can enjoy global varieties of noodles in the contemporarily designed museum restaurant!
  • The Sedlec Ossuary (Czech: Kostnice v Sedlci)

The Sedlec Ossuary also known as the Church of Bones is one of the most unusual chapels you will ever see.

If you think that you saw everything in your life, think again!

The Sedlec Ossuary is nothing spectacular in the outside. It is a small chapel located in Sedlec, in the suburbs of Kutna Hora, in the Czech Republic. You would think that it is just an average old medieval gothic church.

As you enter the Sedlec Ossuary though, you will soon realize why it is one of the most amazing and unique churches in the world.The Sedlec Ossuary is artistically decorated by more than 40.000 human skeletons.

Thus it is also known as the Church of Bones or as the Bone Church.

One of the most fascinating artistic works inside the Sedlec Ossuary is the big chandelier of bones that lies in the center of the Church of Bones. The immense chandelier contains at least one of every human bone.

Another impressive artwork is the coat of arms of the Schwarzenberg family that is also made of human bones. While there are other macabre places to visit in Europe like the Paris Catacombe, the Sedlec Ossuary is really unique in nature.

You may wonder how all these bones ended up being craved in a small chapel located in the Czech Republic. It all goes back to 1278 when the King of Bohemia sent the abbot of the Sedlec Cistercian Monastery to Jerusalem.

When the abbot came back he brought with himself a jar of soil from the Golgotha, that was known as the “Holy Soil”. Soon people from all over the places desired to be buried in Sedlec, thus the cemetery there had to be expanded.

In the 15th century a Gothic church was built near the cemetery and its basement was used as an ossuary. The bones stayed there for centuries till 1870 when a woodcarver named Frantisek Rint was appointed to place the bones in order. The result was impressively shocking.

For more interesting facts, check out the page dedicated to the history of Sedlec Ossuary.

If you want to visit this unique masterpiece you can travel to Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic and from there you will make a 1 hour trip till Kutna Hora.

Finally, the Sedlec Ossuary may seem a macabre place, but while visiting it, you will most likely not find it to be scary, but peaceful.

Those 40.000 dead people wished to be buried in a holy place, that is why they went to Sedlec in the first place, and now their bones are right in the middle of the chapel.
  • The Museum - The Icelandic Phallological Museum

The Icelandic Phallological Museum is probably the only museum in the world to contain a collection of phallic specimens belonging to all the various types of mammal found in a single country. Phallology is an ancient science which, until recent years, has received very little attention in Iceland, except as a borderline field of study in other academic disciplines such as history, art, psychology, literature and other artistic fields like music and ballet. Now, thanks to The Icelandic Phallological Museum, it is finally possible for individuals to undertake serious study into the field of phallology in an organized, scientific fashion.

The Icelandic Phallological Museum contains a collection of more than two hundred and fifteen penises and penile parts belonging to almost all the land and sea mammals that can be found in Iceland. Visitors to the museum will encounter fifty six specimens belonging to seventeen different kinds of whale, one specimen taken from a rogue polar bear, thirty-six specimens belonging to seven different kinds of seal and walrus, and one hundred and fifteen specimens originating from twenty different kinds of land mammal: all in all, a total of two hundred and nine specimens belonging to forty six different kinds of mammal, including specimens from Homo Sapiens. It should be noted that the museum has also been fortunate enough to receive legally-certified gift tokens for four specimens belonging to Homo Sapiens.
  • Karni Mata Temple – Deshnok, India 
Karni Mata (Hindi: करणी माता or Karniji) (date of birth and death unknown but traditionally believed by followers to be 2 October 1387 – 23 March 1538,) was a female Hindu sage born in the Charan caste. She is worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Durga by her followers. She is an official deity of the royal family of Jodhpur and Bikaner. She lived an ascetic life and was widely revered during her own lifetime. At the request of the Maharaja of Bikaner, she laid the foundation stones for two important forts in the region. The most famous of her temples is in the small town of Deshnoke, near Bikaner in Rajasthan, and was created following her mysterious disappearance from her home. The temple is famous for its white rats, which are treated as sacred and given protection in the temple. Another temple dedicated to her during her lifetime differs from others in that it does not contain an image or idol of her, but rather contains a foot-print to symbolize her visit to that place. Karni mata is also referred to as Nari Bai.

According to tradition, Karni mata was originally the wife of depoji Charan of the village of Sathika. However, she later expressed to her husband her unwillingness to engage in matrimonial relations. He initially humoured her, thinking that she would relent in time. Instead of doing so Karni arranged for him to marry her own younger sister Gulab so that he might have a proper married life. She herself remained celibate all her life, with the concurrence and support of her husband.

Karni lived in her in-laws' village for about two years before leaving with her followers and a herd of cattle to live a nomadic life, camping at sunset. One such camp was made at the village of Jangloo; but a servant of Rao Kanha, who was ruler of the place, denied them access to water for the people and cows. Karni Mata declared her follower Rao Ridmal of Chandasar as new ruler of the village and continued on her journey. When she reached near Deshnok, Rao Kanha himself came to oppose her camping but he died.[clarification needed] Karni Mata stopped wandering further, and settled there. Her husband Depoji died in 1454.

In 1453, she gave her blessing to Rao Jodha of Jodhpur for conquering Ajmer, Merta and Mandor. In 1457 she went to Jodhpur at Rao Jodha's request, to lay the cornerstone of the fort at Jodhpur.

Her first temple was constructed in the village of Mathania during her lifetime by her follower Amara Charan. In 1472, she arranged the marriage of Rao Bika, the fifth son of Rao Jodha, and Rang Kunwar, daughter of Rao Shekha of Pungal, to turn the enmity of the Rathor and Bhatian families into friendship. In 1485, she laid the foundation stone of the fort of Bikaner at the request of Rao Bika. In 1538, Karniji went to visit the Maharaja of Jaisalmer. On 21 March of that year she was travelling back to Deshnok with her stepson Poonjar and a few other followers. They were near Gadiyala and Girirajsar of the Kolayat tehsil in Bikaner district when she asked the caravan to stop for water. She disappeared there, reportedly at the age of 151 years.


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