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India Independence

 A Rare Picture.. on Aug 15th - 1947

Anna Hazare Biography

Short Biography of Anna Hazare

Story of Army Driver becoming the Father of Nation Bigger than Bharat Ratna

Name - Kisan Bapat Baburao Hazare known as Anna Hazare

Birth date - 15 January 1940

Anna Hazare was born in Bhingar village in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra state in western India to Baburao Hazare and Laxmi Bai, an unskilled labourer family
He was raised by his childless aunt in Mumbai but could not continue beyond VII standard and had to quit midway due to problems.
He has two sisters.

He is unmarried.

Anna Hazare started his career as a driver in the Indian Army.
During his 15-year tenure as a soldier, he was posted to several states like Sikkim, Bhutan, Jammu-Kashmir, Assam, Mizoram, Leh and Ladakh and braved challenging weathers.

Anna was greatly influenced by Swami Vivekananda’s teachings.

In the year 1965, Pakistan attacked India and at that time, Hazare was posted at the Khemkaran border. On November 12, 1965, Pakistan launched air attacks on Indian base and all of Hazare’s comrades became martyrs

In 1978, he took voluntary retirement from the 9th Maratha Battalion

After serving 15 Years in Army Anna took the voluntary retirement and returned to his native place in Ralegan Siddhi, in the Parner tehsil of Ahmednagar district.

Ralegan Siddhi falls in the drought-prone area with a mere 400 to 500 mm of annual rainfall.
There were no weirs to retain rainwater.
During the month of April and May, water tankers were the only means of drinking water.
Almost 80 per cent of the villagers were dependent on other villages for food grains. Residents used to walk for more than four to six kilometers in search of work

Hazare came across the work of one Vilasrao Salunke, a resident of Saswad near Pune who had started a novel project of water management through watershed development in a joint venture with the Gram Panchyat. Hazare visited the project and decided to implement it in Ralegan Siddhi.

He steered the villagers to begin working towards water conservation.
At the outset, they completed 48 Nala Bunding work, contour trenches, staggered trenches, gully plugs, meadows development and of forestation of 500 hectares of land. Thereafter, they constructed five RCC weirs and 16 Gabion Weirs.

This resulted in increase in the ground water level.

Hazare’s Ralegan Siddhi became the first role model of an ideal village from the worst village to an ideal village.

Anna rightly thought that Development is marred by corruption and started a new venture in 1991 called Bhrashtachar Virodhi Jan Aandolan (BVJA) or public movement against corruption.
It was found that some 42 forest officers had duped the state government for crores of rupees through corruption in confederacy.
Hazare submitted the evidences to the government but the latter was reluctant to take action against all these officers as one of the ministers of the ruling party was involved in the scam.

A distressed Hazare returned the Padmashree Award to the President of India and also returned the Vriksha Mitra Award given by then prime minister of India Rajiv Gandhi.

He further went on an indefinite hunger strike in Alandi on the same issue.
Finally, the government woke up and took action against the criminal and corrupt officers as well as six of the ministers were forced to resign and more than 400 officers from different government offices were sent back to home.

In 1995 Shiv Sena-BJP government came to power in the state
Hazare raised the issue of alleged massive land purchase by Gholap's wife Shashikala in Nashik between April to September 1996.
He forwarded the available documentary evidences in support of his allegations to then Maharashtra Governor P. C. Alexander
On 4 November 1997, Gholap filed a defamation suit against Hazare for accusing him of corruption.
On 9 September 1998, Anna Hazare was imprisoned in the Yerawada Jail after being sentenced to simple imprisonment for three months by the Mumbai Metropolitan Court all political parties, every one from Maharashtra except the BJP and the Shiv Sena came in support of him
Later due to public protest, outcry the Government of Maharashtra ordered his release from the jail.

The state government has opened cooperative societies, credit societies & urban banks everywhere in states.
However, the directors of such societies do the corruption and failed to pay back the basic amount to the members of the societies.
Thus poor people get cheated when Anna saw this he again began his agitation against this.

Hazare agitated for over eight months.
The result was that more than Rs 125 crore was recovered from defaulters and the members of such societies heaved a sigh of relief.
Recovery of around Rs. 400 crores is in the pipeline.

After this Anna started to fight for the Right to information act.
Government ignored Anna.
In 1997 Anna agitated in Azad Maidan in Mumbai to create mass public awareness about RTI amongst the youth.
Anna started to travel across state.

Government promised Anna they will pass RTI act but in reality they never did it.
For this Anna agitated ten times for this law.

When Anna saw that Government is not willing to pass this law Anna went on an indefinite hunger strike at Azad Maidan in the last week of July 2003.

After 12 days of Hunger strike in Azad Maidan the President of India signed the draft of the Right to Information Act and ordered the state government to implement it with effect from 2002. The same draft was considered as the base document for the making of the National Right to Information Act-2005.

In 2003 Anna Hazare raised corruption charges against 4 ministers of the Congress-NCP government
Government ignored him
Then Anna started his fast unto death agitation on 9 August 2003.
He ended his fast on 17 August 2003 after then chief minister Sushil Kumar Shinde formed a one man commission, headed by the retired justice P. B. Sawant to probe his charges.
The P. B. Sawant commission report was submitted on 23 February 2005, indicted Suresh Jain, Nawab Malik and Padmasinh Patil.
Suresh Jain and Nawab Malik resigned from the cabinet in March 2005

Jan Lokpal Bill –
Agitation and hunger strike at the age of 73 and great victory against powerful and rich government

India against corruption movement
N. Santosh Hegde, a former justice of the Supreme Court of India and Lokayukta of Karnataka, Prashant Bhushan, a senior lawyer in the Supreme Court along with the members of the India against Corruption movement drafted an alternate bill, named as the Jan Lokpal Bill (People's Ombudsman Bill) with more stringent provisions and wider power to the Lokpal (Ombudsman)

On April 5 2011 Again Anna started second freedom struggle in India.
Anna wrote to everyone regarding Jan Lok Pal bill but no one listened him
After that on 5th April 2011 Started fast unto death to wake up the government for India.
Anna started war against corruption in India.
Hazare has started a fast unto death from 5 April 2011 at Jantar Mantar in Delhi, to press for the demand to form a joint committee of the representatives of the Government and the civil society to draft a new bill with stronger penal actions and more independence to the Lokpal and Lokayuktas (Ombudsmen in the states)

In beginning Government of India ignored him, many people said many things, but as First day was over Anna got the support from every corner of India and
No one has expected such a support Anna will get for this bill.

Over night table were turned and after 4 days of discussion with government of India servants .
Finally Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh realized that demand of Anna is right and government accepted all the demands of Anna.
Thus Jantar Mantar saved from becoming another Tahir Square.

Anna Hazare won the following awards –
1. Indira Priyadarshini Vrikshamitra award by the Government of India on November 19, 1986 from the hands of Prime Minister of India Rajiv Gandhi.
2. 1989 - Krishi Bhushana award by the Government of Maharashtra.
3. 1990 - Padmashri award, by the Government of India
4. 1992 - Padmabhushan award, by the Government of India
5. 2008 - On April 15 2008, Anna Hazare received the World Bank's 2008 Jit Gill Memorial Award for Outstanding Public Service
6. Care International of the USA, Transparency International, Seoul (South Korea)
7. He received awards worth Rs 25 lakh and donated the entire amount for the Swami Vivekananda Kritadnyata Nidhi (social gratitude fund). Out of the two lakh rupees received from the above amount, mass marriages are carried of at least 25-30 poor couples every year.

Anna Hazare has given his life for the benefit of India.

He got the home in his village but he has not entered in that house from last 35 years.

Anna Hazare and Properties –

Anna Hazare has declared he has got Rs68, 688 in bank balance and cash and three pieces of land
Hazare's lands were either donated to him or family owned
In his statement, Hazare said two land pieces measuring 0.07 Hectares and two hectares are in his native village in Ralegan Siddhi in Maharashtra while 0.46 hectare of land is in Pimpianer.
one of the pieces of land in Ralegan Siddhi was donated by Army to him which he has donated for village use
the Pimpianer land was donated to him by a villager.Hazare has further donated this land for village use.

Anna Hazare never got any grant from Government of India.

Employment onus on India

Employment onus on India

India will need to generate at least 5.5 crore additional jobs by 2015 if it wants to maintain the current ratio of employed people to total population, a study done by Crisil Research said today.
The study, Employment in India ' Uneven and Weak, said this number of 5.5 crore would be twice the number of jobs created during 2005-10 and that creating these jobs would pose a challenge without adequate policy support. While the current ratio of employed people to the total population stands at 39 per cent, the number of 5.5 crore also comes after accounting for many people employed today either retiring or losing their jobs.
According to the study, despite higher economic growth in the second half of 2000s, the country has been unable to generate sufficient number of jobs in manufacturing and services. For instance, the GDP growth increased to 8.6 per cent during 2005-10 from 6 per cent during 2000-05, but the net addition to jobs remained almost flat at around 2.7 crore during these two periods.
"While net additions to jobs during the second half of the 2000 decade have been higher than the much-discussed two million number, this is clearly not enough to ensure inclusive growth," it said.
Crisil said if the country wanted a solution in this regard, it should look at other countries, including China. The study noted large scale labour-intensive manufacturing units are a rarity in India, since the real cost of employing labour is high.
Moreover, it is also virtually impossible for a manufacturing company with more than 100 employees to fire any employee even if it is facing bankruptcy. Therefore, demand for labour has not increased fast enough in manufacturing.
However, in the service sector, particularly in high-skilled services such as financial intermediation and business services, there is a shortage of skilled labour that is constraining job creation.

Google to buy Motorola Mobility for $12.5 bln

Setting its sights on rival Apple Inc, Google Inc announced its biggest deal ever, a $12.5 billion cash acquisition of mobile phone maker Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc .
Google's biggest foray into hardware comes weeks after a failed attempt to buy patents from bankrupt Nortel, and gives it an intellectual property library in wireless telephony to wage war on Apple and Microsoft Corp.
But in buying Motorola, the Internet giant risks alienating the hardware partners that license its free Android software. Google CEO Larry Page sought to calm the jitters by stressing on Monday that Android will remain open to all.
"The danger is that other handset makers feel disenfranchised," said Nomura Securities global technology specialist Richard Windsor.
"Motorola is the weaker player. This could actually collapse the entire community."
Shares of Motorola Mobility jumped 59 percent, while Nokia's stock gained more than 10 percent on speculation the Finnish mobile company is now an acquisition target.
The deal -- which took Wall Street by surprise -- appears to mark a shift in strategy for a company that had focused on shoring up its Internet search and advertising empire with forays into video and social networking.
After being shut out of Nortel deal, Google Chief Legal Officer David Drummond wrote a blog post accusing Microsoft, Apple, Oracle Corp of colluding to buy up patents and curtail growth of its Android mobile operating system.
Page echoed Drummond's blog post on a conference call, saying Motorola has a strong patent portfolio that will protect Android from "anti-competitive threats."
While Apple's iPhone is one the most talked about phones in history, Android has managed to surpass it as the market leader by winning the support of numerous phone makers including Motorola's bigger rival Samsung Electronics Co .
Android controlled about 43.4 percent of the smartphone market at the end of the second quarter, ahead of Nokia with 22 percent, according to Gartner data. Apple ranked third with 18 percent, the data showed.
As part of the deal, Google also gets Motorola's set-top box businesses, giving its nascent TV operation a much-needed boost by providing it with a more direct route into the home.
The deal values Motorola Mobility at $40 per share in cash, a 63 percent premium to its Friday closing price on the New York Stock Exchange. The deal features a rich reverse breakup fee of $2.5 billion, according to a source close to the situation.
"It's a deal that will take time to pay off, but they have a lot of cash and they want to chase after profit," BGC Partners analyst Colin Gillis said, referring to the fact that Android has not been profitable thus far.
Given his status as Motorola's largest shareholder, the deal represents a big win for activist investor Carl Icahn.

Google to buy Motorola Mobility for $12.5 bln

He has urged Motorola to consider splitting off its patent portfolio to cash in on surging interest in wireless technology. As of July, Icahn held an 11.36 percent stake in the company.
In a statement, Icahn said the deal is "a great outcome for all shareholders of Motorola Mobility."
Google, which plans to run Motorola Mobility as a separate business, said the deal will close by the end of 2011 or early in 2012, and requires regulatory approvals in the United States, European Union and other areas, as well as the blessing of Motorola Mobility's shareholders.
Lazard advised Google on the deal, while Motorola used Centerview Partners and Frank Quattrone's Qatalyst Partners, sources told Reuters.

Lokpal Bill - What it is?? How it helps poor

The official version of the Lokpal bill defining the role and powers of a Lokpal - an independent institution to check corruption by higher placed officials within government - has been tabled in the Parliament.
A need voiced out by the people to constitute a mechanism to dealing with complaints of corruption against public functionaries in high positions led the central government to constitute a Joint Draft Committee (JDC) on 8th april 2011, to draft the an anti-graft Act.
This Act is called the Lokpal Act,2011 and extends to the whole of India. It also applies to servants outside the country. The Act provides for the establishment of the institution of ‘Lokpal’ to inquire into the allegations of corruption against certain public functionaries and for all other relevant matters.. 
The Lokpal is to consist of  a Chairperson, who is or has  been a Chief Justice of India or a judge of the Supreme Court, and eight members out of whom 50% should be judicial members.
The chairperson and the members will be appointed by the President after obtaining the recommendations of a selection committee consisting of the Prime Minister, the Speaker of the House of the People, the Leader of Opposition in the House of the People,the Leader of Opposition in the Council of States, a Union Cabinet Minister nominated by the Prime Minister,one sitting Judge of the Supreme Court nominated by the Chief Justice of India,one eminent Jurist nominated by the central government and one person of eminence in public life who has wide knowledge and experience in anti-corruption policy.
The salary of the chairperson will be the same as that of the  chief justice of India and that of the members will be the same as that of judges of the Supreme Court.
The chairperson or any of the members can be removed from his or her office by the order of the President on the grounds of misbehaviour after the Supreme Court, on a reference being made to it by the President, on a petition being made by at least 100 members of the parliament or by the president on the receipt of a petition made by a citizen of India where the president is satisfied that the petition should be referred.
Powers & Functions
As per the bill, the Lokpal shall constitute an Investigation Wing for the purpose of conducting investigation of any offence alleged to have been committed by a public servant punishable under the Prevention of Corruption Act,1988. The institution may, by notification, constitute a prosecution wing and appoint a Director of Prosecution and such other officers to assist the Director of Prosecution in the prosecution of public servants in relation to any complaint by the Lokpal under this act.
The expenses of the Lokpal, including all salaries, allowances and pensions payable to or in respect of the Chairperson, Members or secretary or other officers or staff of the lokpal, has to be charged on the Consolidated Fund of India and any fees taken by the Lokpal is to form a part of that fund.
Subject to the provisions of this Act, the Lokpal will inquire into any matter involved in, or arising from, or connected with, any allegation of corruption made in a complaint in respect of the Prime Minister after he has resigned from office, any other person who is or has been a member of the Union, any person who is or as been a member of either house of Parliament and any group ‘A’ officer in the public services.
A complaint under this Act should only relate to a period during which the public servant is holding or serving in that capacity.
The bill clearly states the procedure of inquiry and investigation. The Lokpal on receipt of a complaint, will either make a preliminary inquiry or direct its Investigation Wing to ascertain whether the matter can be proceeded with or not. Every preliminary investigation is supposed to ordinarily be completed within a period of 30 days and if needed in particular cases, within a further extended deadline of 3 months from the date of receipt of the complaint.
After this the investigating authority shall submit its report to the Lokpal and the Lokpal has to give the public servant a chance of being heard. 
The hearing of the case will be made public.
For the purpose of any inquiry, the Lokpal will enjoy all powers of the Civil Court, under the Code of Civil Procedure of 1908 while trying a suit in respect of any of the matters related to summoning and enforcing the attendance of any person and examining him on oath, requiring the discovery and the production of any document, receiving evidence of affidavit, requisitioning any public record or copy thereof from any court or office and issuing commissions for the examination of witnesses or documents.
Special Lokpal courts
The central government shall constitute a number of special courts as recommended by the Lokpal, to hear and decide the cases arising out of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 or under this Act. These special courts are supposed to ensure completion of each trial within an year of the filing of the case.
The Lokpal is not meant to inquire into any complaint made against the Chairperson or any member and any complaint against the Chairperson or a member shall be made by an application by the party aggrieved, to the president. If on trial a public servant is seen to have been involved in some corrupt practice, then he or she will be liable of making up for the loss to the exchequer if any.
Whoever makes a false or frivolous complaint under this Act shall, on conviction, be punished with imprisonment for at least two. The term of imprisonment can extend to 5 years and with a fine not less than 25 thousand which can be raised to 2 lakhs.
From 1948 to 2008 , 22Million crores are mentioned as Corrupted money...

Are you really HAPPY...??

Are you really HAPPY...??  Check this article to know true facts

Hey friends,Are you really Happy?? Just ask this question to yourself....What ever might be the answer,Just go through this article and at the end,check out if the first answer you have made for the question at the starting matches with the answer at the end of teh article..Click read more...!

Do you remember some of your beautiful childhood memories? Do you remember the joy you felt all the times you played with your friends? Do you remember how fast you used to become angry, and how fast you forgot what you were angry about? OK, one more… Do you remember how happy you were when you ate candy? When we were kids being happy came easy. What about now? Are you happy? As children we could have answered this question without hesitation. What happened to us?

I shared the same question with a friend who seems to have it all. He answered with great enthusiasm, "Of course I'm happy, I have everything I always dreamed of having." Few seconds later he said, "but I believe I could be truly happy if only I had a better wife ..." Well, psychologist’s philosophers, parents, poets, and many others have tried answering this question, since it is a simple yet complex question. But to me, happiness is something different for each individual. Happiness can be something uncertain or difficult to achieve, but overall, it is attainable.

I cannot remember how many times I was asked this question. Neither do I remember how many times I asked myself the same question. "Are you happy?" The truth is that nobody can answer that question better than you, yourself, can. Don’t be a pessimist! Did you think I would give you the answer so easily? Allow me to ask a question: Why do you wake up each morning? (Money, love, health, obligation, fame, family, ect.)

A man of 43 years of age, with a family, and good job, but he was always sad. Yet no one understood the reason for his sadness. In prayers he asked God to send him lots of money, to enjoy when he became old. Early Sunday morning, he went into the forest to pray. On his return home, he found a small old chest in the bushes. Once he opened the small old chest, he noticed it was full of gold coins. Overwhelmingly happy, he placed the box inside his jacket, and with great excitement he ran home. After digging a deep hole behind his house —not sharing his discovery with anyone— he buried the chest. That afternoon his wife and children saw the new happiness in his face and even though they didn’t understand it, they welcome his positive change.

Yet, that evening robbers who followed him that morning, dug up the small old chest that was buried. Then the robbers quickly covered the hole, exactly as the man himself had previously left it. Months passed and the man was much happier everyday, leaving everyone to wonder the reason for his change. Later, due to his dedication and skills he became the boss of bosses. Everyday he thought of his wealth, while enjoying his family, his job, and his friendships. Without noticing that the small old chest was gone, every day he gave thanks to God for his blessings. As years went by he grew older, and continued to enjoy the blessings in his life. Then one Sunday morning, he passed away in his sleep.

You can choose to be the small chest, the robber, or the happy man. You can always choose to be happy or unhappy. You can choose to enjoy today, complain about the life which you live now, or change your life to what you want it to be. Whether you wish to exercise your happiness or not, the final decision is yours. To take this a little further, here are three questions you should ask yourself:

1 - What happiness means to me? To be happy, you have to define it and understand what it means to you. 2 - Do I enjoy the person I am today? Do you respect or like the person you see in front of your mirror? Learn to forgive and accept what you are today, if you haven’t yet. 3 - Do I give thanks for the things I already have? Be thankful for all you already have in your life (health, life, love, etc.).

If you try to blame the past, destiny, the universe, God, or others for the lack of happiness you have experience now, you will not find true happiness. If you are now happy or unhappy, this is because you decided it. Let me give you an example: If I offer you candy, and you do not accept it, you are the one who chooses not to enjoy the delicious candy. However, if you accept the candy, and you do not thank me, I may not feel the desire to offer you more of my delicious candy in the future. Happiness works likewise. If you stop for a moment and make calculations regarding the decisions you've made, you may realize that they have brought you exactly where you are today. It is all based on your actions, thoughts, and words.

"Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present." (Jim Rohn)

Therefore, everything you think, speak, or practice in the present affects your future. The good news is that if you're not happy now, you can change it. Be happy by changing the way you think, and act towards your own life. Your destiny is in your hands, not in the hands of your significant other, your parents, your boss, or your friends. God, the universe, your divine creator, is ready to give you everything you desire, and even more than you can imagine. But it's your choice to accept the candy called happiness if you want it, and when you want it.

If you are about to cross a bridge, do not think about the gap underneath the bridge; Think about what you will feel after crossing that bridge. Decide to be happy, and always be honest with yourself. Give thanks for what you already have today, and tomorrow you may have much more to be thankful for. Always remember, you deserve to be happy!

SO guys and galzz....Friends and folks.....Just rock your life...Live as if there is no tomorrow...Enjoy every moment of life...Be happy and make others happy...Keep rocking...!

All World Wonders

 World Wonders

Seven Wonders of the World  
    Great Wall of China
  1. The Great Wall of China: This 4,160-mile was built to protect China from invading Huns, Mongols and others tribes and to unite fortifications into one defence system. Begun in the 7th century BC, the barricade took hundreds of years to build, and ranks as the world's longest man made structure and is apparently the only one visible from space.
  2. Petra
  3. Petra (Jorder): This ancient capital city was built around 9 BC during the reign of King Aretas IV and continued to flourish during the Roman Empire. It is now visible in its pink stone ruins and carved facade.
  4. Christ Redemmer Statue
  5. Christ Redeemer Statue (Brazil): Standing 125 feet tall atop the Corcovado Mountain high above Rio, this statue took five years to build. Constructed in France by sculptor Paul Landowski, it was shipped to Brazil in pieces, and then carried up the mountain by train, where it was reassembled.
  6. Maachu Picchu (Peru)
  7. Machu Picchu (Peru) : This "city in the clouds" was built 8,000 feet above sea level in the 15th century by Incan emperor Pachacutec. Abandoned by the Incas, the city remained unknown until it was rediscovered by an explorer in 1911.
  8. Pyramid Chichen Itza
  9. Pyramid at Chichen Itza (Mexico) : The center of Mayan civilization in its day, Chichen Itza is still visible in several structures including the pyramid of Kukulkan.
  10. Roman Colosseum (Itlay)
  11. Roman Colosseum (Itlay) : This giant, 50,000 seat amphitheater in the center of Rome was built over 2,000 years ago, and still influences the design of sports stadiums worldwide.
  12. Taj Mahal India
  13. Taj Mahal (India) : Built in 1630 by a grieving emperor, Shah Jahan, in honor of his dead wife, this white marble structure combines Indian, Persian and Islamic style of architecture.

Complete Listing of World Wonders 
The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
  • The Great Pyramid of Giza
  • The Hanging Gardens of Babylong
  • The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
  • The Statue of Zeus of Olympia
  • The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus
  • The Colossus of Rhodes
  • The Pharos of Alexandria
The Seven Wonders of the Medieval World
  • Stonhenge
  • The Colosseum
  • The Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa
  • The Great Wall of China
  • The Porcelain Tower of Nanjing
  • The Hagia Sophia
  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa
The Seven Wonders of Modern World
  • The Empire State Building
  • The Itaipu Dam
  • The CN Tower
  • The Panama Canal
  • The Channel Tunne
  • The North Sea Protection Works
  • The Golden Gate Bridge
The Seven Forgetton Natual Wonders of World
  • Angel Falls
  • The Baby of Fundy
  • Lugacu Falls
  • Krakatoa Island
  • Mount Fuji
  • Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Niagara Falls
The Seven Forgotten Modern Wonders of World
  • The Clock Tower (Big Ben)
  • Eiffel Tower
  • The Gateway Arch
  • The Aswan High Dam
  • Hoover Dam
  • Mount Rushmore National Memorial
  • The Petronas Towers
The Seven Natual Wonders of World
  • Mount Everst
  • The Great Barrier Reef
  • The Grand Canyon
  • Victoria Falls
  • The Harbor of Rio de Janeiro
  • Paricutin Volcano
  • The Northern Lights
The Seven Underwater Wonders of World
  • Palau
  • The Belize Barrier Reef
  • The Galapagos Islands
  • The Northern Red Sea
  • Lake Baikal
  • The Great Barrier Reef
  • The Deep Sea Vents
The Seven Forgotten Wonders of Medeival World
  • Abu Simbel Temple
  • Angkor Wat
  • Taj Mahal
  • Mount Saint Michel
  • The Moai Statues
  • The Parthenon
  • The Shwedagon Pagoda
The Forgotton Wonders
  • The Aztec Temple
  • The Banaue Rice Terraces
  • The Borobudur Temple
  • The Statue of Liberty
  • The Mayan Temples
  • The Temple of Inscriptions
  • The Throne Hall of Persepolis
  • Petra
  • The Suez Canal
  • The Sydney Opera House

Amazing Scene in Burma

In a moment you will see a unique photograph

What’s so special about this?

  This is a picture of a rock formation near a lake in Burma . The photo can only be taken on a specific day once a year when the sun rays touch the rocks at a certain angle.
  Tilt your head to the left and then look at it again ….

Did you notice anything different?
Yes or no?

Now , the whole scene In vertical view


Do's Dont's for all Zodiac Signs

Aries (Mar 21 - Apr 19)


Aries are naturally active and vibrant people and they tend to like such people too. You will have to increase your pace to be in step with them. They like and appreciate frank and straightforward persons. With them you can be your true self (but don't try your luck being over frank-they are volatil e). If you are in love with an Arian, then you have to show your enthusiasm in all their activities (you can always yawn later!).


Do not tell an Aries that s/he may be wrong. Any such statement may stir a storm in a teacup. Aries are very faithfu l and passionate lovers. Do not give air to the smoldering fire within them by making them jealous. No flirtation or fooling around with others in their presence unless of course you wish to write your death wish (you will be granted!).

Taurus (Apr 20 - May 20)


Stability and dependability characterize Taurus. They like people who can blend and grow with them. If you have a Taurus partner you should appreciate all things bright and beautiful. They have an inherent artistic sense and are fond of color and music. Judge life with them from a p urely materialistic point of view. Enjoy everything luxurious that money can provide. Enjoy good food (better if you can cook to please them) and good drinks with them.


Taurus do not loose their temper easily (in fact you may spend the whole life with them and still no spark) but you should not push your luck too much. Being unreasonable or aggressive with them may get you into trouble. Do not press him/her into a corner, and if you do, be prepared for a violent rage. Taurus is capable of violent outbursts though such an event is is very rare occasions. They can be suffocating when they are possessive about you.

Gemini (May 21 - June 21)


Gemini is a highly intellectual and versatile person. If you have a Gemini partner you have to match your wits with his/her wits to keep the zing in the relationship. They want to be mentally stimulated so you have to be good at conversing. Your sense of humor will get you a permanent residence in the heart of a Gemini. Be more communicative with them, a nd if you are good at this, you will never know how hours pass by holding each other's hand.


Gemini's like to do many things at the same time, so if unfortunately you are the type who is looking for stability you may get disappointed. Do not hold back a Gemini or you may lose him/her, as they are restless and need change in life constantly. You should try to adopt yourself with the ever-changing Gemini. Orthodox or conservative old fashion ideas are no-no in their dictionary. Change with the ever -changing Gemini and do not flow against the current .

Cancer (Jun22 - July 22)


Try to adapt yourself with the changing moods of the Cancer. At one moment they may be laughing and enjoying and in another they may sulk. You may have to adjust with the moody and sensitive Cancer. They are like the tides in the ocean, always fluctuating. Cancerians love food, so if you know how to cook and can be poetic and romantic (added Bonus) then you know the way to their heart.


Cancerians are very sensitive people and can get easily hurt. So do not play with their emotions and sentiments. They are like tides that can sweep you along. They form emotional bonds with even inanimate things, so do not ask them to discard old caps or souvenirs. Such things hold special meaning to them. You have to realize that the crabs have a soft heart and are vulnerable. Do not contradict their tested line of thought and action, it would only lead to confusion.

Leo (July 23 - Aug 22)


If you have Leo partner respect him and his majestic manners. Accept the advice of Leo, the lion, as he is the kin g of the jungle. It is the sign of a showman, so if your partner does everything in grand style enjoy it. They fall easily for flattery and want to be center of attraction of all eyes (sometimes they can be quiet theatrical too).


Never ever hurt the ego of a Leo. Pride, ego and vanity are some of the bags Leo's always carry with them. Do not touch these bags. An authoritative Leo is even more difficult to handle in such circumstances. Leo is a sunny sign so they do not like people who are gloomy or depressed. Even if you are crying at heart keep a sunny smile on your lips and then let the lion take charge and remove all worries from your life.

Virgo (Aug 23 - Sept22)


Virgo's are very methodical and have a great sense of duty. However, they are blind to their own faults. So, if you have a Virgo partner emphasize more on their qualities. Take keen interest in what they are doing and you will realize that they will go out of their way to help you. Do rely and appreciate their mental powers rather than their physical powers. They can turn even an unsuccessful venture into a success.


Do not push a Virgo into limelight or on the center stage unless of course they do so on their own. They are shy and reserved by nat ure and do not like to be the cynosure of all eyes. Virgo's have secrets that they would not like to bring out in the open. So, even if you have the key to their secret skeleton-closet, hide it; do not even admit that you know anything about it. Virgo, th e virgins, do not want to tarnish their public image.

Libra (Sep 22 - Oct 23)


Librans need peace and harmony in all their relationships, so help them maintain that. Venus, the ruling planet, gives them beauty and they have weakness for people who can compliment them about their beauty (you will not have to make an effort to do that anyway). You can help Libra seek union and partnership in life. If you have a Libra partner you can be sure to share beautiful and pleasurable moments together.


Libra is kind and gentle soul but very argumentative. Hence, do not start an argument or discussion unless, of course, you are free and do not know how to pass your time. They hate to lose and most probably during an argument may change sides too (remem ber scales can tilt) and still continue arguing from the other side. Do not push your Libra partner into making decisions. They will keep weighing pros and cons and may still not be able to come to any decision. Have patience !

Scorpio (Oct 23 - Nov 21)


Scorpio's are full of passion and zest for life. They have tremendous drive that can involve you too. Tune in to their wavelength and you can enjoy the harmony and music of life with them. Scorpio's are loyal and never forget a kind deed done by you. If you want to enjoy life with your Scorpio lover, share their passion and intensity and you will be fascinated by how beautiful life can be with them.


Scorpio's are very passionate and intense but they are also fiercely possessive and would like to possess your mind, body and soul. Do not let seeds of jealousy grow in them because then you may have to suffer agonies of jealousy and discontentment in life. Scorpio's have explosive tem pers be careful how you handle them. They never let anyone know what is going on in their mind till they strike and you may be caught unaware. Do not flirt around in the presence of your Scorpio lover.

Sagittarius (Nov 22 - Dec 21)


Sagittarius is basically a happy go lucky kind. You can enjoy with them their zest and enthusiasm for life. They bubble with excitement. And if you share the same interests and hobbies, life can be great fun together. They are frank and straightforward so if you want some truthful opinion about anything or anyone go to them. Be optimistic as they are and view life as glass half full.


Sagittarius is fiercely independent and cannot tolerate restriction. Hence, do not try to hold them back in life. Let them enjoy their freedom because if you hold any special place in their heart they will always come back for you. Do not feel irritated by the exaggeration in their speech. They ma y go on and on, talking about certain things that may not even interest you, but its their way of trying to communicate with you. They are basically frank and outspoken (to the point of being rude), so do not feel offended by their talks .

Capricorn (Dec 22 - Jan 20)


Capricornians are strong and dependable. Hence, if you want to put your money on anyone it is of course this zodiac sign. They are practical and conservative in their outlook and they expect you to blend in their color. They set certain standards for themselves in their life and they will always try to maintain those standards. For them social status and image is very important in life.


Do not expect a Capricorn mate to open his/her heart and pour everything t o you. They are very secretive and reserved people. They are very thorough in all their affairs and hate any kind of sloppiness. People born under this zodiac are very tight-fisted and economical. Do not expect lavish gifts from them and if they do give y ou any gift (that is very rare) it will have some practical use (no romance please) but that does not mean you will be deprived of anything; on the contrary you will be well provided .

Aquarius (Jan 21 - Feb 21)

Aquarius are friendly and fascinating people. They have in-depth knowledge about various subjects and you can converse with them for hours without getting bored. They are capable of giving a lot of love tha t can be amazing. They have a very broad outlook of life and you can relax in their presence. They will always welcome your ideas and actions about humanitarian causes. To keep an Aquarius lover interested you must possess that mysterious and intriguing q uality. Once hooked they will always be very faithful to you.


Do not expect or plan a normal, simple and predictable life with an Aquarius partner. Aquarians are totally unpredictable. They can go to any direction without giving any advance notic e. They are basically very restless and get bored easily. Though they are very friendly, do not expect them to reveal their inner most feelings to you (they never will). They can be detached and impersonal, which may seem strange to others.

Pisces (Feb 22 - Mar 21)


Pisceans are sensitive and charming. If you are looking for someone who is understanding and can understand your feelings then you have met the right person. You should appreciate their feelings too, as in your time of need they are sure to help you. Pisces have a keenly developed sixth sense and have great intuitive powers. Their hunches may usually be right on mar k. But they can exhaust their physical and mental energies. They are born dreamers and you can build palaces with your dream lover (only in real life it may become a little difficult preposition).


Pisces are dreamers and you should not expect them to have worldly ambitions. They are not materialistic in nature. It is not that they like living below the poverty line but they have no earnest desire to accumulate wealth. They are very sensitive and you have to be always careful about their feelings. The fishes are capable of drowning you in their tears (even men born under this sign) .

Punishments In Hell

Punishments of Hell : (As per Garuda Purana) 

Garuda Purana is one of the great puranas of India. This scripture contains details of the various punishments given to a person after death for the sins commited in life. These include Khumbipakam (burned in oil) and Kirimibhojanam (given as prey to leeches). The scripture describes about 24 types of death. Some western scolars see this script as analogous to the judgement day of Christanity.

Those who murder pious people and those who cheat divine ones will be sent here. This place is a well filled with dangerous animals, insects, birds & snakes. These creatures will endlessly torture the sinners till their sentence is over

Krimi Bhojanam
Those who eat food without offering to God will take the form of worms and other worms at this place will bite them.

Those who flirt will be poked with spiked weapons.

The drunkards will be sent here. They will be given boiling iron liquid to drink.

Those rulers/kings who sentence others unjustly and those who torture the weak old people will be sent here. This place looks like a pig's face. Here the keepers of hell will break the sinners' arms and legs. Their bodies will be squeezed in between rollers like sugar cane. At such moment, the sinners will faint without realizing it.

Those who have illegal affairs will be forced to hug burning rods while being whipped.

Those who steal others' wife, property or children will be terribly beaten up by the keepers of hell. The continuous torture will make them semi-conscious, overcome by greater fear and tremendous pain.

Those who deceive their life partners by not offering them food, will be tortured here till they look like a lifeless tree. They are made blind for their sins.

Those who take away others' property by their cunning speech and those who destroy other families for their own happiness will die as pauper. In hell, those affected by him will take a cruel form then a poisonous snake to punish him. Such sinners will be held in Maha Rauravam till their sentence ends.

Those who do cruelty to birds and animals and those who eat their meat will be pushed into a pot of boiling oil. They will be in it for countless years.

Those who chase their parents away will be brought here. This is a place of fire and tremendous heat. Sinners will suffer internally and externally. They will not be given food or water. At such stage, they will be walking, standing and rolling on the floor with great pain.

Those who convert to other religions without a good reason will be brought into this forest with sharp knife like leaves. They will be beaten with sharp edge belts. Those running away from them will suffer more cuts from such leaves and stones. Moreover, they will be cut into pieces continuously till their sentence ends.

Those who burned down houses or poison others, those who do mass murders and politicians who destroy countries will be held here. They will be fed on dog meat and in return more than 700 dogs will bite them before they are freed.

Top of high place or hill to be pushed down. The hard surface/ground will shatter their bodies into pieces. The hell keepers will gather the bodies together to repeat such punishment again.

Those who disregard other qualified ones or holy ones and those who boasts about themselves while insulting other capable people will brought here. They will be hanged up side down, beaten and tortured by the keepers.

Those who do human or animal sacrifices in Yagna and those who eat their meat will be brought here. Those killers will be turned to animals and those animals or others killed by them will take human forms. They will tear them apart and eat up their flesh and drink their blood.

Those who cheat the innocents who trusted them and those who commit suicide by hanging or piercing the trident into their body will be brought here. Tridents and birds with sharp beaks, will pierce them as punishment.

This place is infested by poisonous and scary five or seven headed creatures. Those who are brought here will be eaten by them.

Those who torture animals or other creatures staying in caves, valleys and webs will be sent here. They will be placed in smoky pits, fire pits and punished by poison.

Those who murmur to themselves by cursing their superiors while having their meals will be sent here. Crows and eagles will poke such sinner's eyes till their eyeball drop off.

Those who become arrogant about their wealth, those who show hatred to the poor, those who bury or protect their wealth with 'genies' guarding it and those who refuse to return the money borrowed from others will be brought here. Such sinners will be tied with ropes and their bodies will be cut into pieces.

Those who take away others' things by force will be sent to this chimney like place to be barbecued continuously.

Those who offend the 'shastraas' will be pushed into the river filled with blood, pus, flesh, fats, hairs, bones, urine and bowels. They will be bitten till they bleed by the creatures dwelling in it. The sinners will struggle helplessly unable to reach the shore.
Those who neglect their culture, those who have illicit affairs with low Status women, those who misbehave without self-discipline and those who neglect the right way of living so as to live like free birds or animals will be brought here to eat bowels and to drink blood, urine and pus.

Those who rear dogs and donkeys and use them for hunting will become targets for arrows shot by the keepers.

The keepers will whip those who sacrifice cows for the sake of pride.