The First Pictures of Everything- Experiencing World the Way You Didn’t Know

The First Pictures of Everything- Experiencing World the Way You Didn’t Know

The first impression is the last impression Although with the smart phones and in-built cameras and the selfie culture growing through today’s people, no-one clicks just one picture. There are 99 failed selfie attempts before that one 1 good enough...
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Fanta: The Invention Made When Coke didn’t Reach Nazi Germany! fanta

Fanta: The Invention Made When Coke didn’t Reach Nazi Germany!

Fanta is a rather fantastic example of how difficult situations can be builders of something so successful. It is the German diamond to the world which was developed under times of crisis and pressure. The story begins when the Coca-Cola...
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Jallianwallah Bagh Massacre: Looking Back

Jallianwallah Bagh Massacre: Looking Back

98 years ago on 13th April, the course of British rule in India changed forever. The Jallianwallah Bagh Massacre happened and shook the world. History textbooks give us a very brief idea about the incident. As to why the gathering had...
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10 Historical Sites That Were Destroyed by Terrorism historical sites

10 Historical Sites That Were Destroyed by Terrorism

  Museums, churches, mosques, forts are the most common form of restoring history. Each one of these historical sites is associated with some or the other story. Stories of war, a movement, kingship or something else. However, some absorbing historical...
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Antics of Consumerism- the Bread Buyer’s Battle bread

Antics of Consumerism- the Bread Buyer’s Battle

  At a time when bread-winning was still a dominant male-preserve, women were fulfilling the complimentary role of the “housewife”, a binary contrast to the “bread-winner”, it traversed deeper to create two separate spaces- the hardships of the extern...
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There is Another Chamber in Tutankhamun’s Tomb, Full of Treasures! tutankhamun

There is Another Chamber in Tutankhamun’s Tomb, Full of Treasures!

Last year, in November, the Egyptian Antiques Ministry said, there might be a hidden chamber in one of the most famous ancient Egyptian tombs, the Tutankhamun tomb. The scans of the king’s tomb showed an evidence of another room within...
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Mathematics in Nature – The Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Sequence golden ratio

Mathematics in Nature – The Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Sequence

“The creator and his creation, the facts and magic, the rules and the obligation. Our nature presents us with it’s secret, unknown and hidden for centuries, deciphering the codes, we stumble on the artist of the creation himself, with Fibonacci...
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10 Amazing Coincidences from the History coincidences

10 Amazing Coincidences from the History

Our world is full of coincidences. But we usually ignore them as a bad handwriting of any paper.Even throughout history, there have been many events of an accident that have happened but are difficult to be explained. We have this...
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London’s Underground Just Got a Lot More Interesting!

London’s Underground Just Got a Lot More Interesting!

During the Second World War, the soldiers used to live in the bunkers to stay hidden from the enemy. These bunkers housed the soldiers, their weapons and their control centers. Now, one of these bunkers is going to be open...
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New Revelations About Netaji’s Disappearance Will Blow Your Mind netaji

New Revelations About Netaji’s Disappearance Will Blow Your Mind

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the man whose life and death, both, have gobsmacked his generation and the ones that followed. Numerous theories have emerged about what became of the man post the crash of his plane, Mitsubishi Ki-21, in Taiwan,...
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