Top 10 Popular Holi Songs - Best in Bollywood

Top 10 Popular Holi Songs - Best in Bollywood

01. Rang Barse [Silsila]
02. Aali re aali re holi [Zakhmee]
03. Aaj na chodenge [Kati Patang]
04. O dekho holi aayi [Mashaal]
05. Apne rang mein rang de mujko [Aakhir Kyon]
06. Jogiji Wah [Nadiya Ke Paar]
07. Holi Ke Din [Sholay]
08. Ang se ang lagana sajan [Darr]
09. Soni Soni [Mohabbatein] 
10. Hori Khele Raghuveera [Baghban]

Beautiful Food Carvings by Ilian Iliev

Beautiful Food Carvings by Ilian Iliev

is a food photographer from Manchester, U.K., who's spent over 10 years mastering the art of food and drink. Iliev's creative displays are demonstrated though original carvings on various fruits and vegetables. Hit the thumbs for a detailed look at Ilian's wonderful food creations.

Happy Holi

Wish all Happy Holi.
May this Holi brings lotof joy and happiness inour life. 

 Wish that your lifebecomes colorful as thecolors of Holi .

Top 10 Rare Animals

There are many beautiful animals on this great planet. Some are familiar to us because we’ve seen them in person, on one of the many television shows devoted to animals, or in school books or biology textbooks.  Other animals are rare.  So rare, in fact, that you may have never heard of them.  Or, you may have heard of them, and know that they are extremely rare because they are critically endangered.  Here are some of the rarest animals in the world.

10. Tarsiers

Tarsiers are found only in the islands of Southeast Asia.  Since Southeast Asia encompasses a wide range of islands – Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and more, that might not seem like these little guys are so rare.  When you think about the fact that they used to live in many more regions, it sort of puts in in perspective.  They mostly live in Borneo.  These little primates are only 4-6 inches tall, but their hind legs are twice the length of their torso.  Additionally, their eyes are each the size of their brains.  What else makes these adorable little primates so rare?  They are the only primates who are completely carnivorous – insectivorous to be exact.  They stalk bugs and jump at them.  They also eat small animals like birds, bats, lizards, and snakes.  Tarsiers are considered Critically Endangered and will likely be on that list for some time.  They are, thus far, impossible to breed in captivity.

Yungan-Buddhist cave monastery

At 16 km from the industrial city of Datong is the largest in China, the Buddhist cave monastery – Yungan. His caves were cut from 460 to 524, the main customers were the construction of the Northern Wei emperors of the state, created by nomadic tribes Tabgaches.
Toba, or Tabgachs originally roamed in northern Mongolia and were likely the ancestors of modern Mongols. In 439, they were able to unite under his rule the whole of North China. Emperors Toba first had broad public support for Buddhism. It was under the strict guidance of the largest caves were built Buddhist monasteries in China.
buddhist cave

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टाइटेनिक जहाज के डूबने में चांद की महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका

लंदन। उत्तरी अटलांटिक में बर्फीली चट्टान से टकराकर टाइटेनिक जहाज के डूबने में चांद ने महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाई थी। खगोलविदों के अनुसार, साउथम्पटन से न्यूयार्क की अपनी पहली यात्रा पर निकले आलीशान जहाज टाइटेनिक के साथ उस खौफनाक हादसे का कारण 1400 साल में एक बार धरती के चांद के बेहद करीब आने की घटना रही।
डेली मेल अखबार के अनुसार, यह चांद के जीवन में एक बार होने वाली परिघटना थी जिससे 12 जनवरी 1912 को उंची समुद्री लहर उठी थी। इस कारण तीन माह पहले बर्फ की एक घातक चट्टान कमजोर पड़कर लेब्राडोर और न्यूफाउलैंड के तटों के उथले पानी से अलग हो गई और उसकी चपेट में आने से 14 अप्रैल 1912 को टाइटेनिक के साथ हादसा हो गया। इसमें करीब 1500 लोग मारे गए थे।
अध्ययन दल के नेता डोनाल्ड ओल्सन के अनुसार, ‘यह घटना 1400 साल से अधिक समय में धरती के सबसे करीब चांद के होने की थी और उसने धरती के समुद्रों पर लहरें पैदा करने की चांद की ताकत बढ़ा दी।’ आमतौर पर बर्फीली चट्टान अपनी जगह पर कायम रहती है और काफी अधिक पिघलने तक अथवा उंची लहरों से अलग होने तक तैरते हुए दक्षिण की दिशा में तेजी से नहीं तैरती हैं और इस प्रक्रिया में कई साल लग जाते हैं। ‘जब बर्फीली चट्टान दक्षिण की ओर यात्रा करती है, वह अक्सर लेब्राडोर और न्यूफाउलैंड के तटों पर उथले पानी में ठहर जाती हैं। लेकिन जब बहुत तेज लहरें उठती हैं तो वह तैरकर दक्षिण की ओर तेजी से जाने लगती हैं।’
ओस्लो ने कहा, ‘निसंदेह, दुर्घटना का वास्तविक कारण बर्फीली चट्टान से जहाज का टकराना रहा लेकिन चंद्रमा का घटना से जुड़ना दर्शाता है कि बड़ी संख्या में बर्फीली चट्टानें टाइटेनिक के रास्ते में आ गई।’

हजारों में एक है ये 'फिरंगी परिवार' गिनीज बुक में दर्ज हो गया रिकॉर्ड

सफेद चमड़ी वाले इस भारतीय परिवार ने दुनिया के सबसे बड़े अल्बीनो (वर्णहीन) परिवार होने के साथ विश्व रिकॉर्ड कायम किया है। 50 वर्षीय रोसेटॉरी और 45 वर्षीय मानी के इस पुल्लन परिवार में कुल 10 सदस्य हैं और ये सभी अल्बीनों हैं।

कई वर्षों से आम इंसानों से अलग होने का दंश सहन कर रहे इस परिवार का नाम अब गिनीज बुक ऑफ वर्ल्ड रिकॉर्ड में दर्ज होने वाला है। 

पुल्लन परिवार के सदस्य विजय (24 वर्षीय), रामकिशन (19 वर्षीय), रेणु (23 वर्षीय), दीपा (21 वर्षीय) और पूजा (18 वर्षीय) को यह बीमारी विरासत में मिली है।  

after the end of the world

Apocalypse now: Russian artist transforms real-life photographs to show how cities might look after the end of the world 

You could be forgiven for thinking that these incredible images are simply scene grabs from a computer game or film depicting some imaginary and non-existent world.
But these pictures are actually photographs of modern-day cities around the globe that have been manipulated by Russian artist Vladimir Manyuhin.
Manyuhin starts with original snapshots and then adds digital decay and overgrowth to depict what well-known places on earth would look like after an apocalypse.
This image from Russian artist Vladimir Manyuhin's Life after the Apocalypse is reminiscent of scenes from the 2007 film I am Legend This image from Russian artist Vladimir Manyuhin's Life after the Apocalypse is reminiscent of scenes from the 2007 film I am Legend

The Universe is in Us – The Most Astounding Fact

The Universe is in Us – The Most Astounding Fact

10 Endangered Species Of Turtles

10 Endangered Species Of Turtles

According to International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species, of 212 turtle speciesevaluated, eight are now extinct, more than 70 are endangered, and another hundred are at risk of decline. “Their decline is an indicator that the freshwater ecosystems that millions of people rely on for irrigation, food and water are being damaged in a manner that could have dire consequences for people and turtles alike.” If we don’t act now to protect the habitats that support these creatures and take stronger action to tackle both the international and domestic markets in these animals for pets and food we stand a very real chance that we will lose them forever,” said Dr Peter Paul van Dijk, Director of Conservation International’s Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Conservation Program, in a statement.

Red River Giant Soft Shell Turtle

The Red River giant soft shell turtle (Rafetus swinhoei) may be the rarest and most threatened of all turtles, in addition to one of the largest – only four individuals are known remaining alive in the world. Two adults in captivity in China have mated without reproducing. A lone animal in Hoan Keim lake in downtown Hanoi is considered a symbol of Vietnam’s independence, and the fourth remaining member of the species lives in a wetland west of Hanoi.


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