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25 Of The Best Space Saving Design Ideas For Small Homes
 
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25 Of The Best Space-Saving Design Ideas For Small Homes: 25. Hideable Dog Bowl Drawer 24. Cat Litter Box Inside A Living-room Table 23. Combination Changing Table And Care Product Storage 22. Four Chairs In One 21. Fold-up Picture Table 20. Ping Pong Table Door 19. Ironing Board Mirror 18. Fusion Dining And Pool Table 17. Convertible Sofa 16. Wall Bed And Sofa 15. Painting That Doubles As Jewelry Storage 14. Window Blinds Folds As A Rack 13. Beautifully Stacked Chairs And Table 12. Stairs With Drawers And Shelves 11. Modular Furniture For Students 10. Hollow Chair 9. Fold-down Table 8. Knife-within-a-knife 7. Open-and-close Barbecue 6. Bookcase Staircase 5. Dining Table And Chairs 4. Sofa Bunk Bed 3. Stair Drawers 2. Understairs Storage 1. Chairs And Tables That Fit Into A Shelf SOURCE: "boredpanda.com" LINK: http://www.boredpanda.com/efficient-space-saving-design/
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Top 10 Most Expensive & Luxurious Hotels In India
 
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Top 10 Most Expensive & Luxurious Hotels In India: 10. Taj Falaknuma Location -Hyderabad, Cost of Room - 1,95,000 INR (Grand Royal Suite) 9. Leela Palace Kempinski - Udaipur Location - Udaipur, Cost of Room – 2,00,000INR (Maharaja Suite) 8. The Oberoi Amarvilas Location - Agra, Cost of Room - 2,50,000 INR (Kohinoor Suite) 7. Taj Land’s End Location - Mumbai, Cost of Room - 2,50,000 INR (Presidential Suite) 6. The Oberoi - Mumbai Location - Mumbai, Cost of Room - 3,00,000 INR (Presidential Suite) 5. The Oberoi - Gurgaon Location - Gurgaon, Cost of Room - 3,00,000 INR (Presidential Suite) 4. Leela Palace Kempinski - Delhi Location - Delhi, Cost of Room - 4,50,000 INR (Maharaja Suite) 3. The Oberoi Udaivilas Location - Udaipur, Cost of Room - 5,00,000 INR (Kohinoor Suite) 2. Taj Lake Palace Location - Udaipur, Cost of Room - 6,00,000 INR (Grand Presidential Suite) 1. Rambagh Palace Location - Jaipur, Cost of Room - 6,00,000 INR (Grand PresidentialSuite) IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://grabhouse.com/urbancocktail/12-most-expensive-and-luxurious-hotels-in-india/
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Top 10 Largest Hindu Temples In The World
 
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Top 10 Largest Hindu Temples In The World: 10. Vaitheeswaran Koil, Tamil Nadu, India, 15 Acres 9. Meenakshi Amman Temple, Tamil Nadu, India, 17.3 Acres 8. Jambukeswarar Temple, Tamil Nadu, India, 18 Acres 7. Ekambareswarar Temple, Tamil Nadu, India, 23 Acres 6. Annamalaiyar Temple, Tamil Nadu, India, 25 Acres 5. Belur Math, Kolkata, India, 40 Acres 4. Thillai Nataraja Temple, Tamil Nadu, India, 40 Acres 3. Akshardham, Delhi, India, 100 Acres 2. Sri Ranganathaswami Temple, Srirangam, Tamil Nadu, India, 156 Acres 1. Angkor Wat, Cambodia, 500 Acres IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://themysteriousworld.com/largest-hindu-temples-in-the-world/
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10 Most Beautiful Lakes In Pakistan
 
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10. Keenjhar Lake: The lake is also known as Kalri Lake, is the second largest fresh water lake in Pakistan. About 122 km away from Karachi, it is situated in Thatta District, Sindh. There is a shrine in the middle of the lake marking Noor’s grave (Sindhi legend of Noori Jam Tamachi). 9. Banjosa Lake: Banjosa is an artificial lake and a famous tourist attraction near the city of Rawalakot in District Bagh in Azad Kashmir. Located at an altitude of 6,499 ft above see level, the lake is surrounded by densely pine forest and lush green mountains. 8. Karambar Lake: Located between KPK and Gilgit, Baltistan, Karambar Lake is the second highest lake in Pakistan and the 31st highest lakes in the world. At a height of 14,121 feet, the lake is one of the highest biologically active lakes on earth. it is the deepest lake in the valley with a maximum depth of 55 m. It is about 3.9 km long, 2 km wide. 7. Rush Lake: Rush Lake is the highest lake in Pakistan, situated near Rush Pari Peak at 5,098 m. It is the 25th highest alpine lake is the world, located about 15 km north of Miar Peak and Spantik (Golden Peak), which are in the Nagar valley. 6. Satpara Lake: Another breathtaking lake from Gilgit, Baltistan. The Satpara Lake is a natural lake near Skardu, which spread over an area of 2.5 km². The lake fed by the Satpara Stream. It is one of the largest fresh water lakes in Pakistan. The beautiful Satpara Lake is located at an altitude of 8,650 feet. 5. Dudipatsar Lake: Also known as “Dudipat Lake” is located in the extreme north of the Kaghan Valley, in the Mansehra District. Dudipatsar is a lake encircled by snow clad peaks in Lulusar-Dudipatsar National Park. The lake is accessible for 4 months from June to late September. 4. Sheosar Lake: Also called Shausar Lake situated in Deosai National Park, in Gilgit-Baltistan. The lake with an approximate length of 2.3 kilometers, width 1.8 kilometers, and average depth 40 meters, is at an elevation of 13,589 ft in the Karakoram-West Tibetan Plateau alpine steppe. 3. Ratti Gali Lake: This beautiful lake is located in Neelam Valley, Azad Kashmir, at the hight of 12,130 feet above see level. It is accessible from Dowarian (base camp to this lake) by a 19 kilometers hiking trek. 2. Shangrila Lake: The lake is also known as “Lower Kachura Lake” and is located at a drive of about 20 minutes from Skardu town. The lake is a part of the Shangrila resort and is a popular tourist destination. 1. Saiful Muluk Lake: Saiful Muluk lake located near the town of Naran at the northern end of the Kaghan Valley, at an altitude of 3,224 m (10,578 feet). It is amongst one of the highest lakes in Pakistan, a fairy tale called Saiful Muluk (the story of the prince of Persia who fell in love with a fairy princess at the lake), written by the Mian Muhammad Bakhsh. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.wonderslist.com/10-beautiful-lakes-of-pakistan/
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Top 10 Foods For Healthy Eyes
 
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10. Strawberries: Strawberries contain a good amount of vitamin C, an antioxidant that the body requires to maintain healthy eyes and keep them free from inflammatory diseases. 9. Broccoli: Broccoli contains a good amount of vitamin B2. A deficiency of vitamin B2 can make the eyes highly sensitive to light, which can cause inflammation, blurred vision and ocular fatigue. Vitamin B2 also plays a role in preventing cataracts or delaying their progress. 8. Avocado: They contain lutein that helps prevent macular degeneration, cataracts and other age-related eye diseases. They also contain beta-carotene and vitamins B6, C, and E that are essential to enjoy good eyesight and to protect the eyes from oxidative stress damage leading to poor vision. 7. Walnuts: Walnuts contain a good amount of omega-3 fatty acids. Also, walnuts contain antioxidants, zinc and vitamin E, which work to combat inflammation and preserve cardiovascular health. 6. Peppers: Peppers are one of the richest sources of vitamins A and C. While vitamin A helps preserve eyesight, vitamin C protects the eyes against cataracts. Peppers are also rich in vitamin B6, lutein, zeaxanthin, beta-carotene and lycopene. 5. Sweet Potato: Sweet potatoes contain a good amount of vitamin A. Vitamin A improves eyesight and also prevents cataracts, macular degeneration and glaucoma. Sweet potatoes are also rich in beta-carotene, potassium and fiber. 4. Blueberries: Blueberries support healthy eye functioning through their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, collagen-stabilizing, vasoprotective and rhodopsin-regenerating properties. 3. Carrots: Carrots contain a lot of beta-carotene, which is a precursor for vitamin A. Vitamin A prevents night blindness, helps maintain a healthy and clear cornea, and protects the cells in your eyes and throughout your body. 2. Salmon: Eating salmon regularly can help protect the retina from damage and prevent blindness. Salmon is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which helps prevent dry eyes. The omega-3 fatty acids also help ward off age-related macular degeneration. 1. Spinach: Spinach contains a lot of nutrients including vitamin A, lutein and zeaxanthin that are good for the eyes. Vitamin A helps protect the cornea, lutein protects the eyes from ultraviolet light and zeaxanthin contributes to visual development. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.top10homeremedies.com/superfoods/top-10-superfoods-for-eyes.html
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Top 10 Healthiest Foods In The World
 
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10. Dark Chocolate: The moderate consumption of dark chocolate has numerous health benefits. The quality chocolate contains many nutrients including Iron, Magnesium, Fiber and Copper. But you should make sure that you only consume the chocolate in moderation. Because chocolate is rich in calories and over consumption leads to weight gain. 9. Banana: The fresh bananas available year around and you should add it to your daily diet. Because bananas can relieve morning sickness, reduce tension, cure diabetes and improve heart health. It is free of fat and contain rich in nutrients such as manganese, vitamin C, potassium, dietary fiber, iron, vitamin A and protein. 8. Sweet Potato: The sweet potatoes are a readily available, inexpensive and nutrient rich vegetable in the world. They are a good source of Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin B-6, potassium and calcium. There is no fat in sweet potatoes ad rich in dietary fiber and antioxidants which are very good for your health. 7. Spinach: The spinach is a high nutrient edible flowering plant that has many health benefits. It is a rich source of Vitamin A, C, K, B2, iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium. The consumption of spinach is great for your skin, bone health and the hair. 6. Garlic: Garlic has been used as a natural medicine for many centuries. It is a common ingredient that used as a flavor for food around the world. The garlic is rich in nutrient and has low calories. It can fight against many diseases and conditions. 5. Salmon: The salmon fish is packed with good source of vitamins, minerals and proteins. It can be one of the best foods you should add to your diet list. Choose only the wild or organically farmed salmons. Because many of pink colored salmons you see in the supermarkets are a result of heavy use of dyes. 4. Walnut: Date back to 10000 B.C the walnuts are the oldest known tree food in the world. It mainly cultivates in U.S, France, Romania and China. Walnut is a great healthy food and has numerous medicinal properties. 3. Avocado: Avocado or alligator pear is a healthy fruit that has been cultivated since 8000 B.C in South America. Today this fruit cultivate in large quantity in Mexico, Chile, Dominican Republic and United States. The avocados are rich in many essential minerals and vitamins including Vitamin A, D, C, B-6, B-12, Magnesium, Calcium and Iron. 2. Apple: The crispy and juicy apples are one of the healthiest foods in the world. Undoubtedly apple is a nutritional powerhouse, because it is rich in dietary fiber, phytonutrients, thiamin, riboflavin and vitamin B-6. Apples are also low in calories and have many health benefits. 1. Almond: Almond is a great food for wellness and overall health. It has more health benefits than any other nuts. Almonds are rich in antioxidants, proteins and minerals. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://themysteriousworld.com/10-healthiest-foods-in-the-world/
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Top 10 Most Beautiful But Strange Flowers
 
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10. Bleeding Heart: The flower, especially in the bud form, of the Lamprocapnos, a flowering plant of the poppy family, oddly resembles the conventional shape of the heart with e droplet beneath. That is why, it has been given the name, a bleeding heart. The outer petals are bright fuchsia in colour. As the flower blooms further and the outer petals open up, the inner, white parts, often called the ‘lady in a bath’ become more visible. This plant is found in Siberia, northern China, Korea and Japan. 9. Parrot Flower: The Impatiens Psittacina is an amazing plant of the balsam family. The flowers are purple and carmine red in colour. When viewed from the sides, the flowers seemingly resemble a parrot in flight. British botanist and explorer, Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, first noted, in a scientific description of the plant in 1901, how its bloom looks like a ‘flying cockatoo’ and from then on, the name has stuck. This rare plant is found in Thailand, Burma And parts of India. 8. Ballerina Orchid: These small plants are terrestrial spider orchids that grow singly or in groups in different parts across the island of Australia. The flowers are essentially cream in colour, with maroon markings, and their petals and sepals have dark trichromes. Together, the flower looks like a maiden in white tutus, holding a graceful ballet pose. 7. Duck Orchid: Caleana is commonly referred to as the Duck Orchid. This is because, the labellum looks just like a flying duck with its wings raised high. The lip, in particular, looks clearly like the beak of a duck. The flower is reddish brown in colour, and in rare cases, it is greenish with dark spots, and a single leaf appears near the base of the stalk. This small terrestrial orchid is found in the Australia, from Queensland to South Australia, and even Tasmania. 6. Snapdragon and its Skull: The Antirrhinum, found in the rocky areas Europe, America and North Africa, has an interesting flower called the dragon flower or snapdragon. The beautiful flower petals give the impression of the face of a dragon, which, when squeezed, will open and close like the mouth. But, once the petals wither and fall off, only the seed pod is left behind, presenting quite a macabre look, because the seed pod looks like a skull. 5. Dove Orchid/Holy Ghost Orchid: Peristeria is an orchid that is commonly found to grow across much of South America, along with Panama, Trinidad and Costa Rica. One look inside the pure white flower reveals a structure hidden inside it, which looks like dove. In fact, sitting cosy in the centre within the petals is an entire dove, complete with raised wings with tiny pink dots, and a tiny yellow beak. 4. Naked Man Orchid: The Orchis italica is often referred to as the Italian orchid, owing to its Mediterranean region where it generally grows in large numbers. But, more commonly, it is known as the naked man orchid. This is because, the amazing flowers of the orchid have petals that look like naked men. The flowers are a combination of bright pink and white in colour, and they are all clustered densely. 3. Monkey Orchid: The Dracula Simia or the Monkey Orchid is also known as the monkey-like Dracula. This is a rare species of orchids which is found to grow in the cloud forests of south-eastern parts of Ecuador and Peru. The orchid is called so because it has flowers which display an odd arrangement of column, petals and lip that strongly resembles the face of a monkey – a baboon, to be more specific. The flowers bear the fragrance of a ripe orange. 2. Hooker’s Lips: While many might consider it an exaggerated description, the Psychotria Elata, also called the Hooker’s Lips or Kissing Lips plant, is absolutely genuine. It exists in the tropical rainforests of Central and Southern Africa. The waxy bract, which is a modified or specialized leaf, associated with the flower, is bright red in colour, and is shaped like the luscious lips of a woman. 1. Swaddled Babies: The plant grows in the Columbian Andes. The most stunning feature of the plant is its flowers which are large, creamy-white and waxy. Their structure is quite complex, and at a certain stage of opening, they start to look like a baby wrapped in swaddling cloth. Each flower blooms from a single stem from the base of the pseudobulbs. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.wonderslist.com/10-beautiful-strange-flowers/
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Top 10 Tallest Lord Shiva Statues In Sitting Posture
 
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10. Statue at Omkareshwar: One among the 12 holy Jyotirlinga shrines in the country, Omkareshwar is situated across the holy Narmada River. In here, the statue is seated above the main temple and is apparently about 25 meters high. So, no matter how tall you are. 9. Statue at Allahabad: Situated in the holy city of Allahabad, right on the banks of the holy River Ganga, this grand statue is often referred to as the Symbol of Allahad—the holy land of Sangam. The statue is located right where the famous and holy Kumbh Mela takes place. 8. Statue at Rishikesh: Rishikesh is known in India as one of the holiest towns blessed by both Ganga Maata and Lord Shiva. To this effect, if you visit Rishikesh, beside the free-flowing Ganga, you’ll get to see a gigantic statue of Lord Shiva seated in a Yogi posture. 7. Bhajanagar Shiva: Located amidst the picturesque Baleshwar Hills of Eastern Ghats, the Shiva statue at Bhajanagar is the seventh tallest statue of Lord Shiva and the panoramic view of the Sight is Very Nice. 6. Kemp Fort Shiva Statue: Located in the outskirts of Bangalore City, just behind the Kemp Fort, the Shiva statue is sitting in yogi posture. It has a height of 65 ft. 5. Shiva Statue at Jabalpur: Sitting tall at 76 feet, the Shiva Statue at Kachnar City is unarguably one of the tallest in the country. If you’re planning to visit the place, recommend you to visit it at dusk for the myriad natural colors gives a whole new and breath taking dimension to the Yogic Posture of the “Destroyer”, Lord Shiva. 4. Nageshwar Statue: One among the 12 jyotirlingas of India, the Shiva statue at Nageshwar is located near Dwarka, Gujarat. It is known to be one of the tallest statues of the deity, sitting tall in the yogic posture at 82 feet height. 3. Shivagiri Statue: Shivagiri Statue of Shivapur, located in the Bijapur area of Karnataka. The tall and serene statue of Shiva attracts a lot of tourist attraction from around the country and is one of the main pilgrimage centers of Karnataka. 2. Namchi Statue: The Namchi Statue is located in the holy temple of Siddheshwar Dham in Sikkim and is undoubtedly one of the tallest Shiva statues in the world it is 108ft tall! It is perhaps the only place in India where you’ll find the replicas of all the 12 jyotirlingas of India as well as of the Char Dham! 1. Murudeshwara Statue: On the coast of the Arabian Sea, in India, you’ll find the abode of the tallest Shiva Statue of the world the Murudeshwara statue at 123 ft height! IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://topyaps.com/10-tallest-lord-shiva-statues-sitting-posture
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Top 5 Most Luxurious Trains of India
 
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Top 5 Most Luxurious Trains of India: 5. The Golden Chariot Fare Cost - $ 760 Per Person Per Night (With Out Tax) 4. Palace on Wheels Fare Cost - $ 865 Per Person Per Night (With Out Tax) 3. The Deccan Odyssey Fare Cost - $ 1,797 Per Person Per Night (With Out Tax) 2. Royal Rajasthan on Wheels Fare Cost - $ 1,800 Per Person Per Night (With Out Tax) 1. Maharaja’s Express Fare Cost - $ 3,400 (app) Per Person Per Night (With Out Tax) IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.worldblaze.in/top-5-most-luxurious-trains-of-india/
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Top 10 Indoor Houseplants For Air Purification
 
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10. Philodendron: Heart-leaf philodendron is a commonly grown indoor plant, often found hanging from baskets or sitting nicely at a corner. Having a refreshing feel about it, Philodendron is an effective air purifier. However, keep the plant out of reach with kids and pets around. If eaten, the plant is toxic. Philodendron can easily adapt to a wide range of conditions and is drought tolerant. 9. Aloe Vera: A member of the Lily family, this is one of a gem. With its medicinal and air cleansing properties, Aloe Vera finds place in many homes. Its gel works wonder at healing minor burns, cuts, skin problems and even insect bites. Also an effective air purifier, Aloe Vera filters out common indoor air toxin formaldehyde. 8. Rubber Plant: These evergreen trees of Indian origin have broad leaves that are deep green in color with a glossy touch. However some variants have purplish tinge to their color. Excellent at eliminating formaldehyde, these also absorb carbon monoxide and trichloroethylene from surrounding air. 7. Bamboo Palm: An attractive, sturdy looking indoor plant, Bamboo Palm is easy to care for. With highest transpiration ratings and good overall score, Bamboo Palm is excellent at eliminating toxins like benzene, formaldehyde, nitrogen oxide and trichloroethylene. It also helps maintain moisture level during dry winter months. Bamboo Palm thrives on low to medium light and even produces tiny buds on reaching maturity. 6. Golden Pothos: This speedily growing foliage is another great air-purifier. Golden Pothos effectively eliminates benzene, formaldehyde, toluene, xylene and carbon monoxide. Whether cascading from a hanging basket or spiraling your garage (busy absorbing formaldehyde from car exhaust), Golden Pothos looks beautiful with its neon tinge. It is also known as Devil’s Ivy due to its ability to remain green even when kept in dark. 5. Chinese Evergreen: Chinese Evergreen is an easy to grow evergreen perennial that produces tiny red berries. It is great at absorbing toxins including formaldehyde, benzene and carbon monoxide. The best part is that it begins to remove more toxins as time and exposure continues. The long lasting Chinese Evergreen requires repotting every two to three years. 4. Peace Lily: Living up to its name, Peace Lily is a wonderful flower plant. It has been proven to absorb the highest number of toxins than any other plant. It eliminates substances like xylene, benzene, ammonia, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene. Peace Lily does fine in both low and bright light. 3. Boston Fern: A natural humidifier, it is an excellent plant to have if one suffers from dry skin problems. Also it helps maintain air moisture level in dry winter season. It absorbs the commonly found toxin formaldehyde, a chemical related to neurological diseases. 2. English Ivy: The most effective at filtering out formaldehyde and benzene, English Ivy works wonderfully for both home and office. It is ideal for those who have pets as it removes airborne allergens such as mold and fecal-matter particles. An evergreen climbing plant, English Ivy is adaptable and thus easy to grow. 1. Spider Plant: A usual sight, Spider Plant is easy to grow and maintain. One of the best air-purifying plants, it gets to work quickly, removing upto 90% of toxins in two days time. It effectively removes carbon monoxide, benzene and formaldehyde from the air. The plant also does well at removing mold and other allergens, being an added advantage for those with common allergy symptoms. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.wonderslist.com/10-popular-indoor-houseplants-that-purify-air/
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14 Brilliant Bathroom Design Ideas
 
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Here Are Some 14 Brilliant Bathroom Design Ideas: # Hammock-Like Bathtub -Designed by: Splinter Works # Ammonite Washbasin -Designed by: HighTech Design # Moss Rug -Designed by: Nguyen La Chanh # See-Through Bathtub -Designed by: Stern McCafferty # Patterned Sink -Designed by: omvivo # Ship Shower Curtains # Aquarium Sink # Bicycle Sink -Designed by: Benjamin Bullins # Arctic Sink -Designed by: KO KO Architects # Yellow Submarine Bathroom # Kub Basin -Designed by: Victor Vasilev # Glass Floor Bathroom # Glass Bath -Designed by: Kirill Myagkov # Amethyst Sink SOURCE: "boredpanda.com" LINK: http://www.boredpanda.com/bathroom-design-ideas/
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Top 10 Largest Hydroelectric Power Stations In The World
 
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Top 10 Largest Hydroelectric Power Stations In The World: 10. Krasnoyarsk Dam Country - Russia, River - Yenisei Installed Capacity - 6,000 MW 9. Sayano–Shushenskaya Dam Country - Russia, River - Yenisei Installed Capacity - 6,400 MW 8. Longtan Dam Country - China, River - Hongshui Installed Capacity - 6,426 MW 7. Xiangjiaba Dam Country - China, River - Jinsha Installed Capacity - 6,448 MW 6. Grand Coulee Dam Country - United States, River -Columbia Installed Capacity - 6,809 MW 5. Tucurui Dam Country - Brazil, River - Tocantins Installed Capacity - 8,370 MW 4. Guri Dam Country - Venezuela River - Caroni Installed Capacity - 10,235 MW 3. Xiluodu Dam Country - China, River - Jinsha Installed Capacity - 13,860 MW 2. Itaipu Dam Country - Brazil & Paraguay, River - Parana Installed Capacity - 14,000 MW 1. Three Gorges Dam Country - China, River - Yangtze Installed Capacity - 22,500 MW IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_hydroelectric_power_stations
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Top 15 Foods To Boost Brain Power
 
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15. Walnuts - It can improve your cognitive health. Their high levels of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals also improve mental alertness. The vitamin E in the nuts can also help ward off Alzheimer's. 14. Turmeric - Turmeric also helps boost antioxidant levels and keep your immune system healthy, while also improving your brain’s oxygen intake, keeping you alert and able to process information. 13. Salmon - It’s Full of omega-3 fatty acids to help keep your brain running smoothly. Feeding salmon to Kids can help prevent ADHD by improving their focus. And these same fatty acids can also help prevent cancer and kill tumors. 12. Rosemary - Carnosic acid, one of the main ingredients in rosemary, helps protect the brain from neurodegeneration. It protects brain from chemical free radicals which causes Alzheimer's, strokes and normal aging. 11. Green Leafy Vegetables - Green, leafy vegetables are also loaded with vitamins A and K which help fight inflammation and keep bones strong. And it slower mental deterioration. 10. Extra Virgin Olive Oil - The oil contains Polyphenols it not only improve learning and memory, but also weaken the age and disease related changes. The oil also helps fight against ADDLs, proteins that are toxic to the brain and induce Alzheimer's. 9. Egg Yolks - Yolks contain large amounts of choline, which helps in fetal brain development for pregnant women. It also breaks down bethane, a chemical that produces hormones related to happiness. It's also one of the most inexpensive sources of protein out in the market. 8. Dark Chocolate - Chocolate is chockfull of flavonols, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. They can also help lower blood pressure and improve blood flow to both the brain and heart. 7. Coconut Oil - Coconut oil works as a natural anti-inflammatory, suppressing cells responsible for inflammation. It can help with memory loss as you age and destroy bad bacteria. 6. Celery - Its high levels of antioxidants and polysaccharides act as natural anti-inflammatories and can help alleviate symptoms related to inflammation, like joint pain and irritable bowel syndrome. 5. Broccoli - Broccoli is full of vitamin K and choline. It’s also loaded with vitamin C — in fact, just one cup provides you with 150 percent of your recommended daily intake. 4. Bone Broth - Its high levels of collagen help reduce intestinal inflammation, and healing amino acids like proline and glycine keep your immune system functioning properly and help improve memory. 3. Blueberries - It’s one of the highest antioxidant-rich foods known to man, including vitamin C and vitamin K and fiber. Because of their high levels of gallic acid, blueberries are especially good at protecting our brains from degeneration and stress. 2. Beets - They reduce inflammation, are high in cancer-protecting antioxidants and help rid your blood of toxins. The natural nitrates in beets actually boost blood flow to the brain, helping with mental performance. 1. Avocados - Containing both vitamin K and folate, avocados help prevent blood clots in the brain as well as help improve cognitive function, especially both memory and concentration. They’re also rich in vitamin B and vitamin C, which aren’t stored in your body and need to be replenished daily. Plus, they have the highest protein and lowest sugar content of any fruit. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: https://draxe.com/15-brain-foods-to-boost-focus-and-memory/
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Top 10 Animal Architects And The Beautiful Homes They Build
 
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Top 10 Animal Architects And The Beautiful Homes They Build: -Caddisfly -Swallow -Montezuma Oropendola -Wasp -Baya Weaver -Red Ovenbird -Honeybees -Compass Termite -Vogelkop Bowerbird -Sociable Weaver IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.boredpanda.com/animal-architect-wildlife-home/
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10 Cool & Unconventional Bookcase Designs
 
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10. K Workstation: The folding curved shape creates shelving and desk space within one working unit. K Workstation could be manufactured each segments for easy fabrication process and transportation, yet it could be configured with multiple possibilities. 9. Wisdom Tree: Spanish designer Jordi Milà has created the WisdomTree bookshelf. She said: “The WisdomTree is for people who see books as a source of knowledge and emotions and not simply as decorative objects. Its fluid and organic shape is inspired by growth of a plant. The books that represent the fruit of knowledge are supported by pieces covered in leather.” 8. Spell Shelf: We’d love to see the living room that this matched where the seating spelled out words like “sofa”. That way there would be no mistaking what all of your furniture is used for. That is of course unless your house guests don’t speak English. Those poor saps will have to figure it out based on context. 7. Circular Walking Bookshelf: Screw e-books, get a circular walking bookshelf instead designed by David Garcia. 6. Konnex Slot-in Bookcase: it's a very nice bookcase design. 5. Cave Bookcase: The Cave bookshelf allows you to literally do just that. Grab a book, climb in and forget the world. The concept behind this design follows that simple idea and turns a normal bookcase into a cool piece of seating. 4. Twig Twig Bookcase: The aptly named Twig Bookcase by FAKTURA resembles the natural outline of a tree branch, and combines good ol’ gravity and thoughtful design to create an interesting, sturdy way to house your books. Made from black powder-coated steel, the Twig is a freestanding piece. 3. A Moroccan Inspired Bookshelf Design: The unit is made of eight identical and interlocking components with no need for additional hardware, making it easy to assemble, and the geometry of the shelf seems to create a strong and sturdy unit. It’s both an artistic centerpiece and storage piece. 2. Booktree by Kostas Syrtariotis: Booktree by Kostas Syrtariotis, the shelf takes on the sharp of a tree, the design based on a true story. 1. T.Shelf: Created by Jaewon Cho, T.Shelf (Triangular shelf) is a modular system that can be built into multiple shapes with various functions. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.wonderslist.com/10-cool-and-unconventional-bookcase-designs/
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Top 10 Amazing & Unusual Butterflies
 
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10. Morpho (Morpho menelaus): A Morpho butterfly may be one of over 80 species of butterflies in the genus Morpho. They are Neotropical butterflies found mostly in South America as well as Mexico and Central America. 9. Golden Marking Swallowtail Butterfly (Teinopalpus imperialis): The Kaiser-i-Hind is a rare species of swallowtail butterfly found from Nepal and north India east to north Vietnam. The common name literally means “Emperor of India” 8. Red-Spotted Apollo Butterfly (Parnassius apollo): This species is of interest to entomologists due to the variety of subspecies, often only restricted to a specific valley in the Alps. The beautiful Apollo butterfly has long been prized by collectors, who aim to possess as many of the variants as possible. 7. Crimson Rose swallowtail butterfly (Pachliopta hector): It is a very striking looking tailed butterfly with prominent white bands on its forewings. Like the Common Rose, this butterfly is also very interesting for the amateur naturalist to observe. The Crimson Rose is very fond of flowers especially Lantana.Nectar appears to be essential for the butterfly and a higher nectar intake is thought to increase egg production. 6. Rajah Brooke’s Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana): Rajah Brooke’s Birdwing is a distinctive black and electric-green birdwing butterfly from the rainforests in the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Natuna, Sumatra, and various small islands west of Sumatra. 5. The Sylphina Angel (Chorinea sylphina): The Sylphina Angel is a species of butterfly of the Riodinidae family. It is found in Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia. Adults fly in full sunshine, but occasionally settle beneath the leaves of bushes. 4. The White Dragontail (Lamproptera curius): The White Dragontail is a species of swallowtail native to parts of South Asia and Southeast Asia. It belongs to the Dragontails genus, Lamproptera, of the Swallowtail family. 3. The 88 butterfly (Callicore): Species in this genus are commonly called “eighty-eights like the related genera Callicore and Perisama, in reference to the characteristic patterns on the hindwing undersides of many. In Diaethria, the pattern consists of black dots surrounded by concentric white and black lines, and typically looks like the numbers “88” or “89”. 2. Blue Clipper butterfly (Parthenos sylvia): The Clipper (Parthenos sylvia) is a species of nymphalid butterfly found in South and South-East Asia, mostly in forested areas. The Clipper is a fast flying butterfly and has a habit of flying with its wings flapping stiffly between the horizontal position and a few degrees below the horizontal. It may glide between spurts of flapping. 1. The Glasswinged butterfly (Greta oto): The Glasswinged butterfly is a brush-footed butterfly, and is a member of the subfamily Danainae, tribe Ithomiini, subtribe Godyridina. G. oto adults also exhibit a number of interesting behaviours, such as long migrations and lekking among males. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://theverybesttop10.com/unusual-butterflies/
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Top 10 Most Creative Packaging Designs [Part 3]
 
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Top 10 Most Creative Packaging Designs [Part 3]: 10. Coffin Smoke Box 9. Creative Juice Box 8. Dino Teeth Gum 7. DKNY Candy Apples Perfume 6. Evian 2005 Limited Edition Bottle 5. Quick Fruit Packaging Concept 4. Pop-Up Popcorn 3. Panasonic Note Box 2. Creative Milk Carton 1. Hanger Tea Box IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.themost10.com/10-most-creative-packaging-design/
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Top 10 Most Creative Packaging Designs [Part 1]
 
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Top 10 Most Creative Packaging Design (Part 1): 10. Smirnoff Caipiroska Peelable Bottle by JWT 9. Pasta la vista by Andrew Gorkovenko 8. Mighty Nuts by Maija Rozenfelde 7. Sony Earbuds Cassette by Alyssa Phillips 6. Whitebites by Cecilia Uhr 5. Thelma’s Treats by Saturday Mfg 4. Wine Packaging by Icon Packaging 3. Happy Eggs by Maja Szczypek 2. Coca-Cola Sharing Can By Ogilvy & Mather 1. Togo Burger by Seul Bi Kim IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.themost10.com/creative-packaging-design-part-iii/
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Top 10 Most Famous Castles In Pakistan
 
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10. Altit Fort: Located in Karimabad in the Hunza valley in Gilgit Baltistan, Altit Fort was originally home to the hereditary rulers of the Hunza state who carried the title Mir. It’s believed that, the fort is around 900 years old, which makes it the oldest monument in the Gilgit–Baltistan. 9. Sadiq Garh Palace: Situated in Dera Nawab Sahib, Bahawalpur District in Punjab province. The palace was established in 1882 by the King of Bahawalpur, Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan (IV). It took ten years to complete with a cost of fifteen lac, under the supervision of expert engineers. 8. Rohtas Fort: Built by king Sher Shah Suri, between 1540 and 1547 AD. It is located in Dina town, near the city of Jhelum. The fort was built to crush the local tribes of Potohar called Gakhars. It took 8 years to complete with a force of up to 30,000 men. The fort is irregular in shape, 5.2 km in circumference. It was later used by Mughal emperor Akbar and Sikhs. 7. Red Fort Muzaffarabad: Red fort also known as Muzaffarabad fort is situated alongside Neelum river, in Muzaffarabad district, Kashmir. It is said that construction of the Fort was initially taken up by the Chuk rulers, however it was completed by Sultan Muzaffar Khan the founder of Muzaffarabad city during 1646. The fort lost its importance during the Mughal rule in Kashmir. 6. Derawar Fort: Derawar Fort is located 48 Km from Dera Nawab Sahib, Bahawalpur. It is one of the largest square fortress in Pakistan. The walls stand up to thirty metres high, have a circumference of 1500 metres. It was built by Hindu Rajput, Rai Jajja Bhati of Jaisalmer. It remained in the residence of the royal family of Jaisalmer until captured by the Nawabs of Bahawalpur in 1733. 5. Faiz Mahal: The Faiz Mahal is one of the glorious architectural assets of Pakistan, situated in Khairpur District in the Sindh province. It was built by the imperial family of Kahirpur, the Talpur Mirs in 1798. 4. Bala Hissar Castle: In the early nineteenth century Bala Hissar was the residence of Afghan kings. The name Bala Hissar was given by the Pashtun King Timur Shah Durrani, who used the fort as the winter capital of the Afghan Durrani Empire. The Sikh empire who conquered Peshawar in the Battle of Nowshera in early 1823, named it Samir Garh but the name did not become popular. 3. Ranikot Fort: Ranikot Fort, also known as the great wall of Sindh, is situated in Lakki Mountains of the Kirthar Range in Jamshoro District, Sindh. It is the largest fort in the world with a circumference of approximately 26 kilometres. Possibly built by a Persian noble Imran Bin Musa Barmaki who was the Governor of Sindh in 836, under the Abbasids. 2. Noor Mahal: The Noor Mahal in Bahawalpur belonged to the Nawab of Bahawalpur princely state, during British Raj. It was built in 1872 like an Italian chateau. The construction of Noor Palace was undertaken by Nawab Subah Sadiq IV. He made this palace for his wife. However, she spent only one night there, when she see the adjoining graveyard from her balcony. 1. Royal Fort Lahore: The Lahore Fort, known as Shahi Qila located in the northwestern corner of the Walled City of Lahore or Old Lahore. It is said to have been built by the Mughal emperor Akbar. It spreads over 20 hectares and was regularly upgraded by Mughal, Sikh and British rulers. The fort has two gates; Alamgiri Gate build by Emperor Aurangzeb which opens towards Badshahi Mosque, and Maseeti or Masjidi Gate built by Emperor Akbar which opens towards Masti Gate Area of Walled City. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.wonderslist.com/10-famous-castles-pakistan/
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15 Gorgeous Older Models Who Are Absolutely Beautiful
 
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15 Gorgeous Older Models Who Are Absolutely Beautiful: 15. Kristen McMenamy - Age: 47 Years 14. Farida Khelfa - Age: 51 Years 13. Yasmina Rossi - Age: 56 Years 12. Iman - Age: 58 Years 11. Kim Gordon - Age: 60 Years 10. Pia Gronning - Age: 64 Years 9. Penelope Tree - Age: 64 Years 8. Lauren Hutton - Age: 70 Years 7. Valerie Pain - Age: 72 Years 6. Veruschka von Lehndorff - Age: 74 Years 5. Gitte Lee - Age: 78 Years 4. Jacquie Tajah Murdock - Age: 82 Years 3. Carmen Dell’Orefice - Age: 82 Years 2. China Machado - Age: 83 Years 1. Daphne Selfe - Age: 84 Years IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.buzzfeed.com/antwaunsargent/older-models-who-are-absolutely-beautiful
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Top 10 Most Expensive Jewellery In The World
 
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10. Briolette Diamond Necklace: This diamond weighs more than 75.36 carats, and it also has another amazing marquise diamond of a purple-pink shade, attacked it. Apart from these, there are many other briolette diamonds of smaller sizes in this necklace, which are set on a white gold chain that weighs 18 carats, and has an adjustable length. It sold for $11.1 million. 9. Wallis Simpson’s Panther Bracelet: It was designed by Cartier Paris in 1952, and owned by American socialite and Duchess of Windsor Wallis Simpson. It was auctioned at $12.4 million, a price estimated to be thrice its original value. 8. Emerald and Diamond Tiara: Commissioned in 1900 by German Prince Guido Count von Henckel, as a gift from him to his second wife, Princess Katherina Henckel von Donnersmarck, the stunning Emerald and Diamond Tiara is rumoured to have belonged to the wife of Napoleon the III of France. It was sold at a staggering price of $12.7 million. 7. Heart of the Kingdom: The Oldest and one of the most respected jewellery companies, Garrard is the manufacturer of this jewellery. It currently has an enormous value of $14 million. The jewellery piece features a remarkable Burmese ruby of 40.63 carats, shaped like a heart & studded with 150 diamonds. 6. Bulgari Two-Stone Diamond Ring: it has two triangular diamonds – one, a vivid blue diamond weighing 10.95 carats, and the other, a colourless one weighing 9.87 carats. An Asian collector took home the piece at $15.7 million. 5. Chopard Blue Diamond Ring: The ring by Chopard features an oval-shaped blue diamond weighing 9 carats, which is set in white gold of 18 carats, along with triangular clear diamonds on the sides. The rare piece is currently valued at $16.26 million. 4. Heart of the Ocean: Gloria Stuart, who portrayed the elderly Rose in the movie, wore this replica to the 1998 Academy Awards. It was created by the well-known jeweller Harry Winston, with a real blue diamond of 15 carats. Priced at $20 million. 3. The Perfect Pink: It priced at $23.2 million. It has a 14.23 carat intense pink diamond, which is rare, due to the singular tinge, and perfect colour, cut and clarity, as well as the fact that less than 10% of pink diamonds are of over 0.20 carats. Besides, in 244 years of auction history, only 18 diamonds were of 10 carats or more. It is flanked on either side by two colourless diamonds, weighing 1.73 and 1.67 carats. 2. The Graff Pink: Private collector Laurence Graff purchased the $46.2 million worth of The Graff Pink, priced at $1.85 million per carat, from its famous creator, American jeweller Harry Winston, in 2010. It has a pink diamond of 24.78 carats, a rare type II colour diamond with the finest rating, designated as one of the greatest diamonds found. 1. L’Incomparable Diamond Necklace: The L’Incomparable Diamond Necklace has the World Record as the most valuable necklace in the world. This diamond piece, weighs 637 carats, with the world’s largest internally flawless diamond as its centre-piece. The Incomparable diamond is yellow in shade, and weighs 407.48 carats, discovered over 30 years ago by a young girl, when it was a massive 890 carat by-product of a diamond mining. It's Value is $55 million. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.wonderslist.com/10-most-expensive-jewellery-pieces-in-the-world/
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Top 15 Most Powerful Medicinal Plants
 
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15. Ginger: In many Asian countries especially in India used ginger as a part of daily diet. The medicinal power of ginger can cure many diseases. The ginger root has many remedial actions including antibacterial, antiviral and antioxidant. 14. Lavender: The oil extracted from lavender flower has antibacterial and antiviral properties. It is also beneficial in many medical conditions like anxiety, stress and insomnia. 13. Garlic: Garlic is a member of the onion family. It is low in calories and rich in nutrients. It contains Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Manganese and Fiber. The sulphur rich strong pungent smell of garlic also can put away insects and even snakes. 12. Spinach: This crispy leafy vegetable also has powerful healing ability. It is a great source of vitamins and minerals. It contains Vitamin K, Vitamin A, Manganese, Folate, Magnesium, Iron, Vitamin C, Vitamin B1, Zinc, Phosphorous, Vitamin B3 and Selenium. 11. Catnip: Catnip or catmint native to Europe and central Asia, now largely cultivates in all parts of the world. The catnip teas are now widely popular in the world because of its health benefits. 10. Thyme: Thyme is widely used as an aromatic plant. Its flowers, leaves and oil also has many health benefits. In Ancient Egypt the thyme was used for embalming and to heal many medical conditions. The thyme plant has anti-fungal, anti-viral, anti-septic and anti-parasitic properties. 9. Tea Tree: This herbal oil is derived from the leaves of tea tree native to coastal areas of Australia. The tea tree plants are highly priced in Australia. The tea tree oil has antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiviral properties. This herbal oil is nowadays used in soaps, lotions and shampoos. 8. Lady Ferns: Lady ferns is a long light greenly plant native to northern hemisphere. It is commonly used for decorations, also be used to make recipes. The roots and stems of lady ferns are used for medicinal purposes. 7. Sage: Sages are herbs with beautiful flowers and soft leafs. The stem, flower and leaves of sage can cure a number of diseases in an effective way. The sage plant is very rich in nutrients and antioxidants. 6. Peppermint: Peppermint is a hybrid plant mainly cultivated in European areas. Peppermint oil is widely used as food flavor. This plant also has a calming effect and offers many other health benefits. The plant also has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. 5. Marigold: Marigolds are used in many summer dishes to add colors. This plant can also cure many skin problems and can effectively reduce body scars. The flower heads are the useful parts of marigold plants. 4. Cayenne Pepper: Cayenne pepper is cultivated from various part of the world. It is also used as a herb from old time onward. Cayenne pepper helps to stimulate the blood circulation, nutrient absorption power of the body and restoration of digestive secretions. 3. Echinacea: The leaves, flowers, stems and roots of echinacea can be used for medical purposes. This herb works as active chemicals in your body and fight against fungus, reduce flu and inflammation. 2. Dandelion: Dandelion is edible flowering plants widely grows in South America. The flowers, stem and leaves of dandelion plants also used in making of a number of medicines. This plant is a rich source of vitamins and nutrients. Dandelion is also used to make wine and coffee substitutes. 1. Chamomile: The chamomile flowering plant has a long tradition of using as an important herb. Its beautiful flowers contain a number of volatile oils including bisabolol, matricin, bisabolol A and Bisabolol B. It can heal many diseases with no side effects. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://themysteriousworld.com/top-15-most-powerful-medicinal-plants/
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Top 10 Most Amazing Cave Paintings In The World
 
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10. Laas Gaal Cave Paintings: Laas Gaal is a popular archaeological site located in Northwestern Somalia that contains a series of granite caves. The Neolithic paintings within the caves dating back to 8000 – 10000 years. Laas Gall cave paintings were discovered by a French archaeological team in 2002. 9. Serra da Capivara: The cave paintings in world heritages listed Serra DA Capivara national park of Brazil is the oldest known art in South America. Many of prehistoric paintings in the national park date to around 25000 years ago. They represent hunting, dancing and figures of humans and animals. 8. Bhimbetka Rock Shelters: Bhimbetka rock shelters in Madhya Pradesh state of India housed the collection of one of the oldest cave paintings in the world. Bhimbetka contain 700 rock shelters discovered by Indian archaeological scientist V.S Wakandar in 1957. The caves deliver evidence of earliest human activities in Indian sub continent. They also display outstanding rock paintings from the Mesolithic period (10000-5000 B.C). UNESCO also declared the site as a world heritage site in 2003. 7. Cuevas de las Manos: The Cuevas de las Manos cave series in Santa Cruz province of Argentina also known as ‘cave of hands’. The cave named after paintings of hands dates between 9000 and 13000 years ago. The caves also contain paintings of hunting scenes, animals, geometric shapes and zigzag patterns. The site became a UNESCO world heritage site in 1991. 6. Kakadu Rock Art: The Kakadu national park in Darwin in Australia contains thousands of aboriginal sites including rock arts, stone tools and rock shelters. The rock arts in Kakadu national park represent earliest human civilization, back more than 40000 years ago. 5. Magura Cave: The walls of the cave decorated with outstanding paintings date back to Neolithic and early Bronze age period. The paintings depict deities, animals and hunting techniques of ancestors of the site. There is also a solar calendar on the wall of Magura cave that represent 366 days and five different festivals. 4. Chauvet cave: The rock paintings in the site date between 30000 and 32000 B.P, during Aurignacian period. The wall of the cave decorated with more than 1000 images of the ancestors of last stone age (between 50000 and 10000 years ago). The cave has remained hidden from the outer world since 20000 B.P. It was rediscovered by a group of speleologists in 1994. 3. Cave of Altamira: Cave of Altamira in Northern Spain is the first site in the world to feature upper Paleolithic cave paintings. The paintings represent wild mammals and human hands. The rock fall which sealed the cave entrance before 13000 years ago also became a factor for the rock paintings to remain to be in best preserved state. 2. Lascaux, Dordogne: Lascaux contain more than 2000 cave paintings. The Lascaux cave paintings are estimated to be 20000 years old. The paintings depict animals, human figures and abstract signs. 1. Cave of EL Castillo: The cave paintings EI catillo cave in Cantabria of Spain is the oldest known cave art in the world. The prehistoric red dots and hand stencils of EI Castillo are more than 40800 years old. Archaeologists believed that these cave arts were made by Neantherthal. The cave contain 100 different types of images and motifs. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://themysteriousworld.com/top-10-most-amazing-cave-paintings-in-the-world/
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10 Most Outstanding Sink Designs
 
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10 Most Outstanding Sink Designs: 10. Motif Basin by OMVIVO 09. Water Stone Faucet by Omer Sagiv 08. Kub by Victor Vasilev 07. Wink by LDVC 06. Silenzio by Domenico De Palo 05. Falling Water by Chin Chia Lim 04. W+W by Gabriele & Oscar Buratti 03. Water Map by Julia Kononenko 02. Depth Basin by Daniele Lago 01. Eaux Eaux by Joel Roberts IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.themost10.com/extraordinary-sink-designs/
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10 of The Youngest Academy Award Winners
 
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10. Timothy Hutton – Age 20: Actor, Timothy Hutton received an Academy Award for his role in the 1980 film, Ordinary People. Hutton was just 20 years old at the time and he is still to this date the youngest actor to win an Oscar for best supporting actor. 9. Mickey Rooney – Age 18: It was in 1937, that Rooney was first introduced to the world as Hardy in the film, A Family Affair. 1938 became a special year for Rooney as he received the Academy Juvenile Award for his fantastic stage presence. 8. Judy Garland – Age 17: Famous Wizard of Oz actress, Judy Garland was just 17-years-old at the time when she was presented with the Academy Juvenile Award in 1939. The young starlet had just starred in the classic film, The Wizard of Oz and the film, Babes in Arms was just released, where she starred opposite, Mickey Rooney. Garland’s big-screen success named her one of MGM’s most bankable performers. 7. Patty Duke – Age 16: In 1963, 16-year-old actress Patty Duke won the Academy Award for best supporting actress for her role as Helen Keller. At that time, Duke was considered to be the youngest actress to ever win a competitive Academy Award. 6. Hayley Mills – Age 14: English actress, Hayley Mills is best known for her success during her child and teen years. It was in 1960 that Mills was signed on to a five year contract with Walt Disney, lining her up to star in a slew of Disney films. 1960 film, Pollyanna, which is the film that won the young actress the Academy Juvenile Award. 5. Anna Paquin – Age 11: Actress, Anna Paquin started her acting career out with a bang when she landed the role of Flora McGrath in the 1993 film, The Piano. The 10-year-old actress at the time had no prior acting experience besides that of a skunk in a school play. In 1994, the actress won the Academy Award for best supporting actress, making her the second youngest actress to win an Oscar. 4. Ivan Jandl – Age 11: Ivan Jandl won the Academy Juvenile Award in 1948 for his work in the 1948 film, The Search. Jandl was in Prague at the time of winning the Academy Juvenile Award and was not allowed to travel to the U.S. to receive it, thus some members of the Academy brought the award to Jandl in Prague. 3. Tatum O’Neal – Age 10: In 1974, at the young age of 10 years old, Tatum O’Neal was the youngest actress in Hollywood to win a competitive Oscar. She received the Academy Award for best supporting actress for her performance in the 1973 film, Paper Moon. 2. Margaret O’Brien – Age 8: Child actress, Margaret O’Brien is most notably known for her role as Tootie Smith in the 1944 film, Meet Me in St. Louis, starring Judy Garland. By age eight, O’Brien had already appeared in three films including 1944’s Jane Eyre, where O’Brien showed off her abilities to speak and sing with a French accent. It was for her achievements during 1944 that O’Brien was presented with the Academy Juvenile Award. 1. Shirley Temple – Age 6: Shirley Temple is highly recognized as one of the most famous child stars of all time. She first began to appear in movies at the age of three. However, it was her 1934 film, Bright Eyes that caught everyone’s attention. Temple’s ability to sing and act awed audiences everywhere leaving them with lasting impressions with songs such as On The Good Ship Lollipop and Animal Crackers in My Soup. It was in 1935 that Temple was honored for her work by becoming the first recipient of the Academy Juvenile Award. This was a special honorary Academy Award that was presented to actors less than 18 years of age for the outstanding works on screen. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.therichest.com/expensive-lifestyle/10-of-the-youngest-academy-award-winners/
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12 Most Scenic Train Routes In India
 
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12 Most Scenic Train Routes In India: 12. Blue Sea Ride (Mandapam-Pamban-Rameswaram) 11. Nilgiri Mountain Railway (Mettupalayam-Coonoor-Ooty) 10. Jewel of Thar Desert (Jaipur-Jodhpur-Jaisalmer) 9. Great Chambal Beehad (Agra-Gwalior) 8. Orissa Tribal Odyssey (Koraput-Rayagada) 7. Adventures Araku Valley (Visakhapatnam-Shimiliaguda-Araku Valley) 6. Aroma of Assam (Guwahati-Lumding-Silchar) 5. Himalayan Railway (New Jalpaiguri-Ghum-Darjeeling) 4. Coastal Kerala (Ernakulam-Kollam-Trivandrum) 3. (Ratnagiri-Madgaon-Honnavar-Mangalore) 2. Kalka–Shimla Toy Train (Kalka–Kandaghat-Shimla) 1. Kashmir Valley Railway (Jammu-Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla) IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.boydom.com/2014/11/26/top-12-most-scenic-train-routes-in-india/
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Top 10 Most Elegant Packaging Designs
 
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Top 10 Most Elegant Packaging Designs 10. Volksbier by Remark Studio SRL 9. NA!Nature Addicts by Logic Design 8. Lingua Simplex Pairs Games by Amelung Design GmbH 7. Ardberg by DAPY – DO International 6. Extrem Iberian by Lavernia & Cienfuegos Design 5. Best Choice by Quatre Mains 4. Blonde Poulain by Studio Kluif 3. J&B Real Tattooed Bottles by Button Button 2. Moscow Farmer Eggs by Geometry Global 1. Evian – Pure Drop by Grand Angle Design IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.themost10.com/elegant-packaging-designs/
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12 Cities With Highest Number of Billionaires
 
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12 Cities With Highest Number of Billionaires: 12. Tokyo – 16 Billionaires 11. Los Angeles – 22 Billionaires 10. Sao Paulo – 25 Billionaires 9. Istanbul – 28 Billionaires 8. Seoul – 29 Billionaires 7. Mumbai – 33 Billionaires 6. Dubai – 34 Billionaires 5. Beijing – 45 Billionaires 4. London – 46 Billionaires 3. Hong Kong – 64 Billionaires 2. Moscow – 68 Billionaires 1. New York City – 78 Billionaires IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.therichest.com/rich-list/the-biggest/12-cities-with-the-highest-number-of-billionaires/
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Top 10 Coolest Hotels In The World
 
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Top 10 Coolest Hotels In The World: 10. Glass Floor Udang House, Bali, Indonesia 9. Floating Hotel In Zanzibar 8. Äscher Cliff, Switzerland 7. Giraffe Manor, Kenya 6. Fairy Chimney Hotel, Turkey 5. Conrad Maldives, Rangali Island 4. Free Spirit Spheres, Canada 3. Ice Hotel In Jukkasjarvi, Sweden 2. Kolarbyn Ecolodge, Sweden 1. Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.boredpanda.com/cool-hotels/
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Top 10 Rarest & Tastiest Fruits In The World
 
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10. Cupuacu: Cupuacu mainly found in the wild Amazon rainforest. The fruit is also cultivated in some parts of of Peru. It is completely like a wild fruit, grows 8 inches in length and has an average weight of 2 kg. The fruit has thick shell and soft tastiest pulp inside. It also rich source of vitamin b1, b2 and b3. In fact cupuacu is from family of chocolate. 9. Cherimoya: Cherimoya fruit is a native to Andes, mountain range between Argentina and Chile. It is one of rare fruit grown in South America. The pulpy cherimoya is sweet and very fragrant. The greenish fruit has irregular oval shape and weighs up to 500 grams. Cherimoya contains essential vitamins, antioxidants and minerals. 8. Mangosteen: The mangosteen fruit is very rare in Western markets. It is native to Indonesia also found around few South Asian countries. The purple colored mangosteen contains fruity part inside a small shell. The tropical magosteen fruit contains no cholesterol and other types of fats. It is also a rich in vitamin C which help to prevent many infections. 7. Miracle Fruit: The small red colored miracle fruit is native to the tropical forests of West Africa. The miraculin (glycoprotein) within the fruit makes every food taste sweet. sweetening miracle fruits also help you to cut down the calories. 6. Durian: The seasonal durian fruit is known as ‘king of fruits’ across South Asian countries. The fruit is native to Indonesia and Malaysia. The presence of different combinations of chemical make the fruit smell awful. Many countries like Singapore, Thailand, China and Japan banned the durian fruit in public because of it’s powerful scent. 5. African Horned Cucumber: African horned cucumber is one of the oldest fruits in the world. The fruit was originated 3000 years ago in Africa. It is also called as ‘blow fish fruit’, named after it’s yellowish outer shell with spines like horns. The fruity part of horned cucumber is green with lots of seeds. The outer shell of the fruit is rich in vitamin c. 4. Jabuticaba: Jabuticaba is a rare purple colored fruit native to Southeastern Brazil. Unlike other fruits jabuticaba bear in trunk of a tree. It looks like grapes but has tougher outer skin. The fruit grows up to a size of one inch in diameter. The whitish pulp of the fruit is very fragrant and sweet. 3. Physalis: Physalis is an exotic fruit native to South America. The fruit is related to tomato family and has a transparent leaf like husk itself is the main attraction of this fruit. The fruit also has the same acidity as that of a tomato. The presence of Vitamin C, B and Iron within this fruit makes it as a special herb in a number of traditional medicines. 2. Rambutan: Rambutan fruit grows across South East Asia. This exotic oval shapes fruit has a pinky hair exterior. It is named after Malaysian word ‘rambut’ means hairs. The rambutan trees bear fruits in fall and late spring season. Rambutan has the same taste as that of grapes. The copper within rambutan also increases the rate of production of white blood cells. 1. Ackee: Ackee is a rare and strange looking fruit native to tropical regions of Western Africa. It is also the national fruit of Jamaica. The inner part of the fruit contains soft white to yellow flesh with black seeds. But it’s seed contains poisonous hypoflycin. That is because U.S food and drug administration banned importation of ackee fruits to the country. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://themysteriousworld.com/top-10-rarest-and-tastiest-fruits-in-the-world/
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10 Most Famous Leonardo Da Vinci Artworks
 
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10. Portrait of Ginevra de’ Benci (1474-1476): Ginevra de’ Benci is a portrait painting of the 15th-century Florentine aristocrat Ginevra de’ Benci (born c. 1458). The oil-on-wood prtrait was acquired by the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., United States, in 1967, for US$5 million paid to the Princely House of Liechtenstein, a record price at the time, from the Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund. It is the only painting by Leonardo on public view in the Americas. 9. Lady with an Ermine (1489–1490): The subject of the portrait is Cecilia Gallerani, and painted at a time when she was the mistress of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan, and Leonardo was in the service of the Duke. The painting is one of only four portraits of women painted by Leonardo, the others being the Mona Lisa, the portrait of Ginevra de' Benci, and La belle ferronnière. It is currently being displayed at Wawel Royal Castle whilst renovations are being carried out at the painting's home, Czartoryski Museum, Poland. 8. The Virgin and Child with St Anne (1510): The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne is an oil painting by Leonardo da Vinci depicting St Anne, her daughter the Virgin Mary and the infant Jesus. Christ is shown grappling with a sacrificial lamb symbolizing his Passion as the Virgin tries to restrain him. The painting was commissioned as the high altarpiece for the Church of Santissima Annunziata in Florence and its theme had long preoccupied Leonardo. 7. St. John the Baptist (1513-16): St. John the Baptist is an oil painting on walnut wood by Leonardo da Vinci. Completed from 1513 to 1516, when the High Renaissance was metamorphosing into Mannerism, it is believed to be his final painting. The original size of the work was 69x57 cm. It is now exhibited at the Musée du Louvre in Paris, France. 6. Madonna of the Carnation (1478-80): The central (and centered) motif is young Virgin Mary with her naked Baby Jesus on her lap. Mary is seated and wears precious clothes and jewellery. With her left hand, she is holding a carnation (interpreted as a healing symbol), is an oil painting by Leonardo da Vinci created around 1478-1480 (Renaissance). It is permanently displayed at the Alte Pinakothek gallery in Munich, Germany since 1889 after it was in private ownership. 5. Virgin of the Rocks (1483-1486): This Piece of artwork has two versions one in Louvre & other in London. The version generally considered the prime version, that is the earlier of the two, hangs in The Louvre in Paris and the other in the National Gallery, London. The paintings are both nearly 2 meters (over 6 feet) high and are painted in oils. Both were painted on wooden panel; that in the Louvre has been transferred to canvas. 4. Baptism Of Christ (c. 1472): The Baptism of Christ is a painting finished around 1475 in the studio of the Italian Renaissance painter Andrea del Verrocchio and generally ascribed to him and his pupil Leonardo da Vinci. Some art historians discern the hands of other members of Verrocchio's workshop in the painting as well. The picture depicts the Baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist as recorded in the Biblical Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. 3. The Adoration of the Magi (1481): The Adoration of the Magi is an early painting by Leonardo da Vinci. Leonardo was given the commission by the Augustinian monks of San Donato a Scopeto in Florence, but departed for Milan the following year, leaving the painting unfinished. It has been in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence since 1670. 2. The Last Supper (1498): The Last Supper is a late 15th-century mural painting by Leonardo da Vinci in the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan. It is one of the world's most famous paintings, and one of the most studied, scrutinized, and satirized. 1. Mona Lisa (La Gioconda) (c. 1503-05): The painting, thought to be a portrait of Lisa Gherardini, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo, is in oil on a white Lombardy poplar panel, and is believed to have been painted between 1503 and 1506, although Leonardo may have continued working on it as late as 1517. It was acquired by King Francis I of France and is now the property of the French Republic, on permanent display at The Louvre museum in Paris since 1797. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" INFORMATION SOURCE: "WIKIPEDIA" SOURCE: http://www.themost10.com/famous-leonardo-da-vinci-artworks/
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10 Countries With Zero Income Taxes
 
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10 Countries With Zero Income Taxes: 10. United Arab Emirates - U.A.E. has one of the world's highest per-capita incomes at $49,000. It has no personal income or capital gains taxes. THe country has the world's seventh-largest crude oil and natural gas reserves. Oil companies pay upto 55% corporate tax, Foreign banks 20%, Country citizens must make monthly contributions of 5 percent of their total earnings for social security. And employers have to make 12.5% to 15% of workers base salary for social security. 9. Qatar - Gas-rich Qatar is the world's richest country with GDP per capita of $102,800. The country has world's third largest natural gas reserves. Businesses involved in oil and gas operations face a 35 percent tax rate. Qatar nationals and employers have to pay 5% & 10% respectively for social security benefits. 8. Oman - There is no individual income or capital gains taxes in Oman, citizens must contribute 6.5 percent of their monthly salary for social security benefits. A stamp duty of 3 percent is also charged on the purchase of property. 7. Kuwait - With the world's sixth-largest oil reserves, Kuwait's petroleum accounts for nearly half its GDP, over 90 percent of export revenues and 80 percent of government income, according to OPEC. Kuwaiti nationals must contribute 7.5 percent of their salaries for social security benefits and employers make an 11 percent contribution. Only 7 percent of Kuwaitis work in the private sector. 6. Cayman Islands - The Cayman Islands are a big draw for the wealthy with their zero personal income and capital gains taxes and because they have no mandatory social security contributions. The country does have some indirect taxes such as import duties, which can range up to 25 percent. 5. Bahrain - With no personal income tax, Bahrain relies on output from the Abu Safa oilfield, which is shared with Saudi Arabia, for about 70 percent of its budget revenue. For social security benefits, citizens contribute 7 percent of their total income to the government, while expatriates pay 1 percent. Employers must also make a contribution of 12 percent of a citizen's income for social insurance, and pay 3 percent for expatriate employees. Other indirect taxes include a stamp duty of upto 3 percent of the value of the property on real estate transfers. 4. Bermuda - While there is no income tax, workers may be asked by employers to contribute just under half of a 14 percent payroll tax that the employer has to pay to the government on the first $750,000 of an employee's income. Workers also have to pay $30.40 per week toward social security insurance. Other taxes include a property tax of up to 19 percent depending on the annual rental value of the land. And a stump duty 5% to 20% depending on property value. 3. The Bahamas - About 70 percent of government revenue comes from duties on imported goods. Even though there is no personal income tax, employees have to contribute 3.9 percent of their salary, up to a maximum of $31,200 annually and also Employers have to contribute 5.9 percent of a worker's salary for National Insurance. While self-employed individuals are charged 8.8 percent. 2. Saudi Arabia - Saudi Arabia, the world's number one oil exporter, doesn't impose a tax on salaries, but self-employed expats are taxed at a rate of 20 percent. Other notable taxes include a capital gains tax of 20 percent. Petroleum is the major source of funding for the government, accounting for about 75 percent of budget revenues, 45 percent of GDP and 90 percent of export earnings, according to OPEC. 1. Brunei Darussalam - Brunei Darussalam is the only Asian country to make the list of the nations with zero income taxes. employees are required to contribute 5 percent of their wages to a social security trust fund, and 3.5 percent to a pension scheme, which are both matched by the employer. The wages of a non-resident director, however, are subject to a 20 percent withholding tax. Hydrocarbons take up over 90 percent of Brunei's exports and more than 50 percent of its GDP. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.cnbc.com/2012/07/11/Countries-With-Zero-Income-Taxes.html?slide=2
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Top 10 Most Populated American States
 
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Top 10 Most Populated American States: 10. North Carolina Population - N/A 9. Michigan Population - 9,883,360 8. Georgia Population - 9,919,945 7. Ohio Population - 11,544,225 6. Pennsylvania Population - 12,763,536 5. Illinois Population - 12,875,255 4. Florida Population - 19,317,568 3. New York Population - 19,570,261 2. Texas Population - 26,059,203 1. California Population - 38,041,430 IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://top-10-list.org/2013/06/11/top-10-most-populated-american-states/2
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10 Best Ever Celebrity Dolls
 
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10. The cast of Mad Men: Mad Men has raked in huge numbers of viewers and has a large, dedicated fan base. Set in the 1960s, the show takes its name from the term given to those who worked as advertisers on Madison Avenue. This 60s’ charm is seen in the dolls of those who star in the series. The dolls first became available in July of 2010. 9. Beyoncé: Beyoncé has had multiple Barbies dolls made of her, both commercially and by individuals, but perhaps the most iconic dolls are from her Destiny’s Child era. 8. Taylor Swift: Taylor Swift has millions of fans, has won multiple prestigious awards, and her music continues to top the charts. As an idol for many young girls, it’s no surprise that there’s a demand for her dolls. Many of the TayTay dolls attempt to recreate her style and music, but most are generic and don’t bear much facial resemblance to the singer. 7. Lindsay Lohan: The doll became available in 2003, but since then, as her career went downhill and into very kid-unfriendly territory, merchandising also halted. This My Scene doll is still being collected though, and pictures Lindsay at her peak. The doll is wearing a fashionable outfit and has Lohan’s signature freckles and red hair. 6. One Direction: These One Direction dolls have been immensely popular, especially when they came out around Christmas. The dolls premiered at the peak of the band’s popularity, ensuring thousands of sales. The stars have had different dolls made in their likeness, including singing dolls. 5. Prince William and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge: The dolls are modeled to look like the couple on their wedding day, and were released on the royal couple’s one-year anniversary. The Barbie dolls were initially sold for £99.99 and proved to be very popular items. 4. Jennifer Lawrence: Following the success of The Hunger Games movie series, a number of dolls have been made of the star, Katniss Everdeen, played by Jennifer Lawrence. The Barbies are dressed as Katniss appears during the Games, complete with bow and arrows, braided hair and functional outfit. However, the dolls’ facial similarities to Lawrence were unimpressive. 3. Nicki Minaj: Nicki Minaj is another celeb that has seen her likeness recreated in the form of a Barbie Doll. The star was delighted to learn of the doll’s creation, especially since it was then auctioned off for charity. Proceeds went to Project Angel Food, a charity that feeds people affected with AIDS. 2.Katy Perry: Katy Perry‘s custom doll was also auctioned for charity. It features the singer in her distinctive California dream outfit and has many intricate details. It has hand-painted cupcakes, bright blue hair and sparkly Swarovski crystals in the stockings. The doll even has hand-painted tattoos and a candy cane mic. 1. Farah Fawcett: This Farrah Fawcett doll is created to copy the famous Charlie’s Angel poster, complete with facial expression and pose. The original poster was a record-breaker, selling millions of copies way back in 1976. Today, this doll brings back the charm and appeal of that vintage poster. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" & "THERICHEST" SOURCE: http://www.therichest.com/expensive-lifestyle/entertainment/10-best-ever-celebrity-dolls-ranked/
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Top 10 Tourist Attractions in China
 
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10.Pudong Skyline Pudong is a district in Shanghai on the eastern side of the Huangpu River that has emerged as China’s financial and commercial hub. A skyline of gleaming skyscrapers rises out of what was mere farmland only 20 years ago. Skyscrapers includes the symbolic Oriental Pearl Tower, the Shanghai World Financial Center, the Jin Mao Building and the Shanghai Tower that should be finished in 2014. 9.Mogao Caves The Mogao Caves form a system of 492 temples 25 km (15.5 miles) southeast of the center of Dunhuang, an oasis strategically located at a crossroads on the Silk Road. The caves contain some of the finest examples of Buddhist art spanning a period of about a 1,000 years. Construction of the Buddhist cave shrines began in 366 AD as places to store scriptures and art.The Mogao Caves are one of the three most famous ancient rock-cut temples in China. 8.Leshan Giant Buddha The Giant Buddha of Leshan is a gigantic Buddha statue carved out of a cliff face in Sichuan, western China. Begun in the year 713 during the Tang Dynasty, the statue was not completed until the year 803, and was the effort of thousands of sculptors and workers. The Leshan Giant Buddha stands about 71 meters (233 feet) high and has three meter (11 feet) long fingers on each of its enormous resting hands. 7.Mount Huang Mount Huang is a mountain range in eastern China also known as Huangshan (“Yellow Mountain”). The area is well known for its scenery, pine trees, peculiarly-shaped granite peaks and views of the clouds from above. In ancient times almost 60,000 stone steps were carved into the side of the mountain range. Today there are also cable cars for tourists. 6.Li River Cruise A Li River cruise from Guilin to Yangshuo is the highlight of any trip to northeastern Guangxi Province. The landscape is decorated with amazing hills, steep cliffs, incredible caves and farming villages, and is lined with bamboo groves.The scenery along the Li River is one of the top tourist attractions in China. 5.Terracotta Army The Terracotta Army is a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang (221 BC-206 BC), the first Emperor of China. It is the most popular tourist attraction in Xián and one of the most popular in all of China. It is estimated that in the three pits containing the Terracotta Army there were over 8,000 soldiers, 130 chariots with 520 horses and 150 cavalry horses, the majority of which are still buried in the pits. 4.Victoria Harbour Victoria Harbour is one of the deepest container ports in the world. The bay offers stunning views of the skyscrapers of Hong Kong island on one side, and the Tsim Sha Tsui shoreline on the other. Victoria Harbour is also one of the busiest harbors in the world with hundreds of ferries, junks and speed boats darting up and down the shore. 3.Forbidden City Located in the center of Beijing, the Forbidden City is the world’s largest palace covering 72 hectares. Built from 1406 to 1420, the palace complex consists of 980 surviving buildings with 8,707 rooms surrounded by a six meter (20 ft) deep moat and a ten meter (33 ft) high wall. Twenty-four emperors reigned over the country for almost 5 centuries from the Forbidden City until the abdication of Puyi, the last Emperor of China. Today the Forbidden City is a museum. 2.Potala Palace Situated 130 meters above the Lhasa valley, the Potala Palace rises a further 170 meters and is the greatest monumental structure in all of Tibet. The construction of the present palace began in 1645 during the reign of the 5th Dalai Lama and by 1648 the Potrang Karpo, or White Palace, was completed. The Potrang Marpo, or Red Palace, was added between 1690 and 1694. The Potala Palace remained the residence of the Dalai Lama until the 14th Dalai Lama fled to India, after the Chinese invasion in 1959. 1.Great Wall of China The Great Wall of China built, rebuilt, and maintained between the 5th century BC and the 16th century to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from the attacks of nomadic tribes from the north. The majority of the existing wall were built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD).The most popular area of the Great Wall is at Badaling. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.touropia.com/tourist-attractions-in-china/
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Top 10 Most Pleasant Smelling Flowers
 
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10. Wisteria: Wisteria is a climbing type of flowering plant that found in United States, Korea, Japan and China. Wisteria flowers are comes under purple, pink and white colors. They have resemblance with grapes like clusters. Wisteria flowers produce a sweet pleasant smell during the blooming period. 9. Frangipani: Frangipani is a tropical flowering plant native to South America, Mexico and Pacific and Caribbean Islands. Frangipani is also the national flower of Nicaragua. It is also known as Hawaiian lei flower among tourists because of wider use. Frabgipanis becomes most fragrant at night. 8. Sweet Alyssum: Sweet alyssum is a tiny annual blooming flowers native to Mediterranean region. Sweet alyssum has dense clusters and tiny flowers in white and yellowish colors. It also produces attractive pleasant smell during spring season. 7. Sweet Pea: Sweet pea is intensely fragrant annual flowering plant found in the Mediterranean region. The sweet pea flowers grow to 2.4 inches wide in yellow, white, deep red colors. The plant bloom in spring and winter seasons. The sweet pea flowers are also widely used in creation of boutiques. 6. Four O’ Clock: Four O’clock flower is a member of mirabilis found across the world. It is named after it’s evening blooming nature and continuous for the night. It also produces intense fragment at evening. Four O’clock flowers grows in many colors, in different combinations of pink, white and yellow. 5. Chocolate Cosmos: Chocolate cosmos produce pleasant vanilla scent. Chocolate cosmos flowers display reddish brown color. The flower is also named after its chocolate like fragrant and color. The chocolate cosmos mainly found in Mexican regions. 4. Gardenia: This is a waxy smelling flower native to tropical regions of South Asia, Australia and Africa. Gardenia is a member of coffee family and named after famous Scottish botanist Alexander Garden. The flower is widely used in wedding ceremonies because of its beauty and fragrance. 3. Lily of the valley: Lily of the valley is a delicate flower found largely in the Northern hemisphere of Asia. It is a member of the lily family with pleasant smell and beauty. The plant has nodding bell shaped flowers from a thin stem. It is Used to make perfumes. 2. Jasmine: These flowers are widely known for their sweet fragrance. It is native to tropical regions around the world. Jasmine flowers found in white and yellowish colors. Jasmine flower is widely used to make perfumes and cosmetics because of its unique fragrance. 1. Rose: Roses are most popular pleasant smelling flower in the world. There are 100 different species of roses in the world, native to Asia, Europe and North America. It is widely used in wedding ceremonies and for making perfumes. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://themysteriousworld.com/most-pleasant-smelling-flowers-in-the-world/
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Top 10 Best Lawyers In India 2015
 
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10. Gopal Subramaniam: Gopal Subramaniam is a highly acclaimed lawyer, who fought on behalf of the state of Mumbai in the Mumbai terrorist attacks case, besides the big case of 1993 Bombay Blasts. He charges minimum Rs 5 lakh for one appearance. 9. Mukul Rohatgi: The next name on the list of best Indian lawyers is that of Mukul Rohatgi, one of the busiest lawyers in Delhi, with high profile clients like politicians, corporate giants and celebrities. He is known for his amazing confidence and argumentative skills. His fees per appearance is nearly Rs 5 lakhs. 8. K K Venugopal: K K Venugopal comes next among the top lawyers of India, with is unmatched flair for constitutional cases. The 79 year old Chennai based lawyer shifted to Delhi, after the famous Mandal Commission case of 1990. His fee reaches a figure of Rs 2-3 lakh per appearance. 7. Abhishek Manu Singhvi: Another successful lawyer from India is Abhishek M Singhvi, who is known for his long standing relations with Congress party. He has the credit of becoming the youngest AG at an age of just 37 years. His father L M Singhvi was a leading lawyer too. One of his high profile cases was the National Flag case, which he fought on behalf of Naveen Jindal. 6. K Parasaran: K Parasaran is the leading lawyer who has been providing his services to the UPA government and specializes in constitutional cases. The lawyer is known for his strong stand against corruption. 5. Harish Salve: Featuring next on the list of top 10 best lawyers of India is the Nagpur born lawyer Harish Salve, who is now based in Delhi. His most prominent cases include Vodafone tax case against the government, Doordarshan Telecast Rights case and the Ambani brothers gas dispute. Salve charges Rs 4.5 lakh per appearance. 4. Ram Jethmalani: Ram Jethmalani is another famous name in the law circles of India. The 90 year old lawyer is the oldest practicing lawyer in the country, who specializes in constitutional as well as criminal law. He charges Rs 10-20 lakh per appearance, making him the most highly paid lawyer in India. 3. Rohinton F Nariman: R F Nariman has inherited his penchant for law from his father, the great Fali Nariman, and he is no less, with his ability to handle the toughest of corporate cases with amazing ease! This clever lawyer was designated as a senior advocate at a very young age of 36 years 2. Soli J Sorabjee: Soli J Sorabjee, who was widely acclaimed for defending the country against Pakistan in the international Atlantique Downing case of 1999. He is known for his expertise in constitutional cases. His court fee is nearly Rs 2 lakh per appearance. 1. Fali S Nariman: Fali S Nariman is one of the most sought after lawyers in the country, who has won some prestigious cases during his illustrious career, including the famous Needle Industry Case (1981) pertaining to Company Law. The 81 year old has been in the field since 1951 and today makes a sum of Rs 2.5-3 lakh for a single hearing. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.worldblaze.in/top-10-best-lawyers-in-india/
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Top 10 Rarest Albino Animals In The World
 
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Top 10 Rarest Albino Animals In The World: 10. Albino Koala 9. Albino Horse 8. Albino Camel 7. Albino Squirrel 6. Albino capybara 5. Albino Bear 4. Albino Alligator 3. Albino Gorilla 2. Albino Whitetail Buck 1. Albino Hedgehog IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://theverybesttop10.com/rarest-albino-animals/
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Top 10 Most Expensive SUVs 2015
 
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10. 2014 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG: The G63 AMG is a proof of Mercedes-Benz’s capacity to produce rugged cars that provide luxury experience. The vehicle features the standard 5.5 liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that outputs 533 hp and 560 pound-feet of torque. 9. 2014 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S: Its interiors are top-class. The vehicle features a Sport Design steering wheel. It is powered by a turbocharged V8 engine. This SUV features a cockpit design that is suitable for high-performance driving. 8. 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography Black: This cool mountain-climbing limo is available only in the off-road manufacturer’s new long-wheelbase bodystyle. All the four seats have their own memory, climate and massage controls. 7. Lamborghini Urus: This powerful SUV runs on 600 hp, 590 lb-ft torque, 6.0 liter twin-turbo W12 engine. Even though it is powerful, it is not bulky. Also it is spacious inside. 6. Aston Martin Lagonda SUV: This luxurious 4-door saloon of the Grand Tourer class is powered by 5.3 liter V8 engine. The rear seats of this vehicle appear like those of a jet. The dash has two stacks for holding the infotainment system. 5. Dartz Kombat T98: This wheeled armored vehicle is one of the fastest armored vehicles in the world, with a top speed of 180 kmph. This beast of a machine is powered by 8.1 liter Vortec engine. The body is based on “metal-ceramic sandwich with cellular filler” technology. 4. Spyker D8 Peking-to-Paris: The luxurious 4-door high-performance crossover SUV concept car is powered by a V8 engine. This car is just awesome. 3. Conquest Knight XV: Conquest Knight XV can reach a top speed of 153 miles per hour. This vehicle is made of hardened steel with Kevlar-fiberglass bumpers and fenders. Its wheels are made of forged 6061 aluminum. 2. 2015 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6: This awesome production vehicle is manufactured on the same assembly line that produces other G-Wagen vehicles. It is one of the best-selling AMG products. It is powered by a 5.5 liter twin turbo V8 engine. Seven-speed transmission. 1. 2015 Dartz Prombron : Dartz Motorz Company is a privately held Latvian-based corporation that designs, manufactures and sells high performance armored vehicles. This company is an SUV specialist. The 2015 Dartz Prombron is powered by a 180 hp Duramax V8 engine. Its windows are gold-plated. They have bulletproof glass. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.richestlifestyle.com/top-10-most-expensive-suvs/
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Top 10 Richest Film Directors In The World 2014
 
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Top 10 Richest Film Directors In The World 2014: 10. Roland Emmerich – Net Worth $110 million 9. Gore Verbinski – Net Worth $110 million 8. Ridley Scott – Net Worth $140 million 7. Wachowski Brothers – Net Worth $255 million 6. Tyler Perry – Net Worth $400 million 5. Michael Bay – Net Worth $430 million 4. Peter Jackson – Net Worth $450 million 3. James Cameron – Net Worth $700 million 2. Steven Spielberg – Net Worth $3.6 billion 1. George Lucas – Net Worth 4.8 billion IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://top10for.com/top-10-richest-directors-world-2014/
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Top 10 Peppers With Highest Scoville Value
 
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Top 10 Peppers With Highest Scoville Value: 10. Red Savina Habanero - 577,000 Scoville 9. 7 Pot Red (Giant) - 0.8 to 1 Million Scoville 8. 7 Pot Barrackpore - 1 Million Scoville 7. Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) - 1.04 Million Scoville 6. 7 Pot Primo - 1.2 Million Scoville 5. Naga Viper - 1.38 Million Scoville 4. Trinidad Scorpion Butch T - 1.46 Million Scoville 3. 7 Pot Douglah - 1.8 Million Scoville 2. Trinidad Moruga Scorpion - 2 Million Scoville 1. Carolina Reaper - 1.5 to 2.2 Million Scoville IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://top101news.com/2015-2016-2017-2018/news/foods/hottest-peppers-world/
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11 Must Visit Destinations In Mysore
 
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11 Must Visit Destinations In Mysore: 11. St. Philomena’s Church Built in 1956, St.Philomena’s Church is 175 feet high. One of the oldest Indian churches that’s designed in the neo-Gothic style inspired by the Cologne Cathedral in Germany, the church is a magnificent edifice complete with Biblical events depicted on stained-glass windows. 10. Chamundi Hill Nandi Statue The 350 year old statue of Nandi the bull that’s carved from a giant black granite boulder is situated at the foot of the Chamundi Hil. According to Hindu belief, Nandi is the vehicle of Lord Shiva, and the statue is located near a shrine of Lord Shiva. 9. Sri Chamundeswari Temple Standing tall at 3,500 feet above the summit of Chamundi Hill, the temple is an architectural marvel. The intricately carved-stone structure that serves as the entrance gateway is 100 feet tall. 8. Avadhoota Datta Peetham An ashram founded by Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji, the Abadoota Datta Peetham promotes meditation, yoga and communal prayers. Beside that there is a Bonsai Garden & a bird sanctuary inside the ashram premises. 7. Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens A part of the Mysore Zoo, the Zoological Gardens is the perfect place to spend some quality time with your family when you’re in Mysore. With a wide array of animals and an extremely serene ambience, this is one place where communing with nature is at its best. 6. The Maharaja’s Palace Also known as Amba Vilas the Maharaja’s Palace is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Mysore. The Palace belonged to the Wodeyar maharajas but it caught fire in 1897. However, an English architect restored the palace in the early 20th century. With it’s brilliant array of stained-glass windows, glittering mosaic floors and paintings from the Edwardian Raj era. 5. Karanji Lake This 90 acre water body is one of the biggest lakes in Karnataka. Situated behind the Mysore zoo, the lake is an excellent spot to sight migratory birds-more than 90 species of them. 4. Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum Stunning examples of sand sculpture are at display in the Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum. Whether they feature fantastical creatures or real characters like Tipu Sultan, the artworks are something to watch. 3. Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery This beautiful Buddhist ashram is situated amidst Bylakuppe’s sandal groves. A brilliant structure that features colourful Buddhist artworks, the monastery was founded by His Holiness Pema Norbu Rinpoche and was sanctified by the Dalai Lama. At present, the monastery is home to almost 5,000 Buddhist monks and nuns. 2. Brindavan Gardens the Brindavan Gardens is perfect to while away the best part of a day . Rife with flowers in bloom and lush greenery, the premises are extremely well-maintained. The gardens become especially beautiful during the late-evening. 1. Somnathpur Temple Dating back to 1268 the Somnathpur Temple has Lord Keshava-an incarnation of Lord Krishna as the main deity. It is one of the many temples built under the reign of King Narasimha the third. More significantly it’s the last one still standing from among those temples. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: https://grabhouse.com/urbancocktail/beautiful-places-to-visit-in-mysore-that-are-unforgettable/
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Top 10 Rice Producing Countries In The World
 
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Top 10 Rice Producing Countries In The World: 10. Japan, Rice Production - 11.573 Million Metric Tonnes 9. Brazil, Rice Production - 14.682 Million Metric Tonnes 8. Philippines, Rice Production - 19.832 Million Metric Tonnes 7. Burma, Rice Production - 34.250 Million Metric Tonnes 6. Bangladesh, Rice Production - 34.683 Million Metric Tonnes 5. Thailand, Rice Production - 37.254 Million Metric Tonnes 4. Vietnam, Rice Production - 44.503 Million Metric Tonnes 3. Indonesia, Rice Production - 70.593 Million Metric Tonnes 2. India, Rice Production - 155.682 Million Metric Tonnes 1. China, Rice Production - 205.463 Million Metric Tonnes IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://worldknowing.com/top-10-largest-rice-producing-country-in-the-world/
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Top 10 Most Amazing Geological Wonders In The World
 
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10. Chocolate Hills: Chocolate hills is the finest tourist attraction in Philippines, located in island of Bahol. This incredible formation of conical shaped hills spread across 50 square kilometers. It counts 1776 such mountains in this areas, completely covered with grass. 9. Australian Wave Rocks: This breathtaking geological formation by nature can be located in Hyden, in western Australia. Wave form like rock formation have an age of 2700 million years. It have a height of 15 meters features multi colored granite structures. 8. Eye of Sahara: It is the circular formation of western part of Sahara desert that can seen from Space. This geological formation have 50 km diameter length, located in Mouritania. This geological formation features sedimentary and metamorphic layers developed through continuous erosion. 7. Giants Causeway: One of the interesting tourist attractions in Ireland, in the largest city of Coleraine. Ginat causeway consist interlocking of 40000 basalt columns. These rock structures are formed from ancient volcanic eruption. 6. The Door To Hell: ‘Door to hell’ is the name given by locals to natural gas filed in Darweze.It was lit by scientist in the year of 1971 and it continues to burn for 42 years and still continues. The presence of natural gas is back force for this burning. The golden glow from ‘door to hell’ can seen from miles away from the spot. 5. Wave Rocks: It is a geological sandstone formation in the border between Arizona and Utah of United States. It have an age of 190 million years formed wave structures of rocks from continuous erosion. It is also one of most interesting photographic spot in United States. 4. Blue Lake Cave: The blue lake cave is one of the most amazing geological wonders of Brazil, actually located in town of Bonito. The minerals of caves is one which cause blue color for this lake. As this lake have crystal clear water it is quite hard to believe that it have a depth of 90 meters. 3. Great Blue Hole: It is the deepest sub marine sink hole that can see in costal area of Belize. This sink hole have a depth of 124 meters and diameter of 300 meters. It is estimated 15000 years of age for great blue hole, one of world heritage sites. 2. Crystal Cave: Crystal cave of Mexico gifts the view of world’s largest known crystal formation. The crystal beams within the cave have height of 32 meters and measures temperature of 52 degree celcious. The mineral rich water flows inside this cave plays a big role in keeping amazing structure of these crystals. 1. Antelope Canyon: It is most photographed geographical formation in United States, located in Navajo, Arizona. It is formed through the continuous hits of natural forces on sandstones. This area also features several archaeological wonders. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://themysteriousworld.com/top-10-most-amazing-geological-wonders-in-the-world/
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Top 10 Female Motorcycle Racers
 
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10. Beryl Swain: The 1962 50cc TT is usually remembered for being Suzuki’s first TT victory, on a bike ridden by ex-MZ rider and defector Ernst Degner. But it also marked the debut of the first female TT rider, Mrs Beryl Swain, riding a 50cc Itom. She completed the two-lap race half an hour behind Degner, coming home 22nd of 25 finishers with an average of 48mph against Degner’s 75mph. 9. Patsy Quick: The first Britain woman to compete in the Dakar in 2003 during which she suffered a serious crash, was left temporarily blinded before being rescued by a media helicopter and airlifted to a Cairo hospital for life-saving surgery. Undaunted, Patsy returned in 2004 only to be beaten by appalling weather, and then by mechanical breakdown in 2005. But in 2006 she finished the rally. 8. Michelle Duff: Born in 1939 in Toronto, Canada, Mike Duff was a successful Grand Prix racer in the 60s, riding for MZ, Norton and Yamaha, winning three 250cc Grand Prix and finishing the 1965 season second in the 250cc championship behind Phil Read. Then, in 1984, Mike Duff became Michelle Duff. Invited out of retirement to ride in classic bike races in 2000 aged 60, Michelle crashed heavily at Spa in 2008. 7. Katja Poensgen: German-born Katja first rode a bike aged 5, entered her first race at 16, got her first podium a year later, and won the European Supermono Championship at 19. That success helped propel her into Grand Prix where, in 2001, she achieved a career-best 14th place in the 250cc Italian GP at Mugello riding an Aprilia RS250. 6. Laia Sanz: Laia Sanz, born in Spain, is the current Women’s World Enduro Champion. She’s also won the Women's Trial World Championship 13 times and the Women's Trial European Championship ten times. In 2011, at the age of 25, she competed in and completed the Dakar rally, finishing 39th overall. 5. Maria Costello: Maria has done more than anyone to promote women’s participation in the sport since her 1997 debut in the Honda CB500 Cup. Since then she’s raced in numerous short circuit series including World Endurance, European Superstock and many others. 4. María Herrera: A name for the future, 17 year-old María from Toledo in Spain is currently leading the Spanish CEV Moto3 Championship – the wildly competitive feeder class into MotoGP Moto3 – with a win and second place. 3. Jenny Tinmouth: As the 2014 season opener at Brands BSB showed a few weeks ago, the first and only woman racing in British Superbikes isn’t just a token female filling out the grid. Qualifying in horrible, slippery, wet conditions, Tinmouth took her TWR Fireblade to 17th place on the grid and left a trail of seasoned BSB regulars in her wake. 2. Jane Daniels: 20-year-old Husqvarna-supported rider Jane Daniels is the UK’s number one female enduro rider, taking second place overall in the Women’s Enduro World Cup in 2013 and winning the final race in France, beating the champ and Dakar competitor Laia Sanz. 1. Ana Carrasco: Ana Carrasco, 17, is the only current female competitor in MotoGP, riding a Kalex KTM in Moto3. Born in Spain, she started riding bikes aged three, competed in the Spanish MiniGP series and rode in the Spanish 125 Championship. She made her debut on the Team Calvo KTM at the start of 2013 aged 16 and took her first World Championship points in the Malaysian GP later that year. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.visordown.com/motorcycle-top-10s/top-10-women-motorcycle-racers/24897.html
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Top 10 Unusual & Amazing Dragonflies
 
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10. Magenta Dragonfly: The skimmers or perchers and their relatives form the Libellulidae, the largest dragonfly family in the world. It is sometimes considered to contain the Corduliidae as the subfamily Corduliinae and the Macromiidae as the subfamily Macromiinae. Even if these are excluded (as Silsby does), there still remains a family of over 1000 species. With nearly worldwide distribution, these are almost certainly the most often seen of all dragonflies. 9. Demoiselle Dragonfly: As with the banded demoiselle is also in the blue wing-demoiselle a pronounced territorial behavior of sexually mature males. These days occupy territories that they defend against other males. The defense consists mostly in threatening gestures. For this they spread their wings and put them on display so clearly visible, there is also Drohflügen and in rare cases to air combat between rival males. 8. Scarlet Dwarf Dragonfly: annophya pygmaea, known variously as the Scarlet Dwarf, Northern Pygmyfly, or Tiny Dragonfly, is a dragonfly of the family Libellulidae, native from Southeast Asia to China and Japan, occasionally found south to Australia. This species has the distinction of being the smallest of the dragonflies, with a wingspan of only 20 mm (3/4 in). 7. Golden-ringed Dragonfly: They are easily identified by their distinctive black and yellow stripes, which no other dragonfly in the United Kingdom has. They are often seen flying leisurely over mountain streams or a river; they also occasional show up at a pond. They are also typically seen flying over heath land. Their bright yellow and black stripes make them easy to identify, even from a fair distance away. 6. Ebony Jewelwing Dragonfly: They are often seen living near wooded streams and rivers. Ebony Jewelwings flutter like a butterfly and when disturbed they fly a short distance to safety. These damselflies are easy to get close to as long as you approach slowly and don’t make any sudden movements. They will often stop to rest on leaves or twigs. 5. Twelve-spotted Skimmer Dragonfly: It is a large species, at 50 mm (2.0 in) long. Each wing has three brown spots. In adult males, additional white spots form between the brown ones and at the bases of the hindwings; it is sometimes called the Ten-spot Skimmer for the number of these white spots. 4. Golden-winged Skimmer Dragonfly: This is not Needham’s Skimmer that is extremely similar (only found near coast). The best way to separate from Needham’s is to note pattern on side of thorax (see images at left, males in left-hand column and females in right): In Golden-winged the line between the dark (upper and more forward) colour follows the humeral suture (the break in pieces of side of thorax). In females and young males this is easy, but can be tough in older males (see lower left). In Needham’s this line does not follow the suture and goes forward about halfway down. 3. Blue River damsel Dragonfly: The Blue Riverdamsel is a common species damselflies in the Coenagrionidae family. It is also known as the Blue Sprite. They grow to 38mm in length. This species can easily be found near running water or still water. 2. Grizzled Pintail Dragonfly: Acisoma panorpoides, the Grizzled Pintail, is a species of dragonfly in family Libellulidae. It is found in various places throughout the world. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, dry savanna, moist savanna, subtropical or tropical dry shrubland, subtropical or tropical moist shrubland, rivers, intermittent rivers, shrub-dominated wetlands, swamps, freshwater lakes, intermittent freshwater lakes, freshwater marshes, intermittent freshwater marshes, and freshwater spring. 1. Sapphire Flutterer Dragonfly: Rhyothemis triangularis, the Sapphire Flutterer, is one of the smallest species of Rhyothemis. This blue dragonfly is found on ponds, lakes and other lotic habitats. It differs from Rhyothemis resplendens, another blue species on the more extensive blue marking on the wings of the later species. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://theverybesttop10.com/amazing-dragonflies/
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Top 10 Highest Paid CEOs of India
 
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Top 10 Highest Paid CEOs of India: 10. Murali K Divi Annual Salary - 26.46 crore (INR) Chairman and Managing Director of Divi's Laboratories Dr. Murali K Divi has 30 years+ of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. He is the member of several important medical associations. 9. Shinzo Nakanishi Annual Salary - 30.90 Crore (INR) Shinzo Nakanishi has been leading India's largest auto manufacturer Maruti Suzuki since 2007. He was made the Director by Suzuki in 1999. 8. P R Ramasubrahmaneya Rajha Annual Salary - 30.96 Crore (INR) While the name maybe Ramco Cement, the company has its hands into cement, mortar and wind power generation, all thanks to the Chairman and MD P R Ramasubrahmaneya Rajha who leads the company. Rajha has been associated with the group since its foundation in 1938. 7. Sunil Kant Munjal Annual Salary - 31.51 Crore (INR) He is the Joint Managing Director of Hero MotoCorp, Indian motorcycle and scooter manufacturer. He also served as Member of Board of Directors of The Doon School and Indian School of Business. 6. Brijmohan Lall Munjal Annual Salary - 32.73 Crore (INR) The founder and Chairman of the Hero Group can also claim to be the president of Confederation of Indian Industries, the Society of Automobile Manufacturers in the past, and a member of RBI board. He has been awarded with the Padma Bhushan. 5. Pawan Munjal Annual Salary - 32.80 Crore (INR) He is an Indian belonging to the promoter family of Hero group. Pawan is the third child of Brijmohan Lall Munjal and Santosh Munjal. He is 61 years old and currently serves as the Chairman, Managing Director & CEO of Hero Motocorp. 4. Kumar Mangalam Birla Annual Salary - 49.62 Crore (INR) He is an Indian industrialist and the Chairman of the Aditya Birla Group, one of the largest conglomerate corporations in India. The group is India's third largest business group. He is also the Chancellor of the Birla Institute of Technology & Science. 3. Naveen Jindal Annual Salary - 54.98 Crore (INR) He is the Chairman of Jindal Steel and Power Limited, a part of the $17 billion diversified O.P. Jindal Group founded by his father. 2. Kavery Kalanithi Annual Salary - 59.89 Crore (INR) She is Wife of Kalanidhi Maran and Executive Director of Sun TV Network is the second highest paid executive. She is also the highest paid woman executive in India. 1. Kalanithi Maran Annual Salary - 59.89 Crore (INR) Kalanithi Maran is an Indian media baron who is the chairman and managing director of Sun Group. He owns television channels, newspapers, weeklies, FM radio stations, DTH services and a movie production house. IMSGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.businessinsider.in/Top-10-highest-paid-CEOs-of-India/articleshow/48198506.cms
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Top 10 Most Expensive Stadiums In The World
 
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10. Rogers Centre: Located in Toronto the Rogers Centre is the home of the Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonauts. It can comfortably seat around 54,000 people. Even though it is primarily used for football, it also hosts large-scale events like concerts, monster truck shows. 9. Stade de France: The Stade de France is located in Saint Denis, is the national stadium of France. This 80,000 seat stadium hosted the ’98 FIFA World Cup Final. It is used by both French rugby union team & France national football team. 8. Citi Field: It was built for the New York Mets. Located in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park , Queens, New York City. The 45,000 Seat baseball field is named after American bank, Citigroup. Initial constration cost was funded by the sale of New York City municipal bonds. 7. Madison Square Garden: Popularly known as MSG, the Madison Square Garden is located in the New York City, NY, USA. It is the home of the New York Knicks. Has Seat Capacity of 18,200 people. It is used for professional basketball, ice hockey, boxing, concerts, circuses and ice shows. When it was built in 1968, the total cost of construction was $123 million and additional renovation cost of $833 million as of 2015. 6. Olympic Stadium, Montreal: The Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec, was built for the ’76 Summer Olympics. The original cost of construction was $264 million and in 2006 additional renovation put it at $1.2 billion. 5. Wembley Stadium: The Wembley Stadium is a football stadium located in London, UK. With a seating capacity of 90,000, it is the largest stadium in the UK. This UEFA category four stadium has a partially retractable roof. 4. Levi’s Stadium: This is the home of the San Francisco 49ers. Located in Santa Clara, CA, USA, this football stadium is scheduled to host the Super Bowl 50 in February 2016. There Was a $850 million loan from Goldman Sachs, U. S. Bank and Bank of America for construction. 3. AT&T Stadium: When it was opened in 2009, it attracted the attention of many people because of its enormous video screen. The main purpose of this 85,000 seat stadium is to play home to the Cowboys. It Hosts Moto Cross also. 2. Yankees Stadium: Located in Bronx. Yankees Stadium is home to the New York Yankees. It can comfortably seat around 49,000 fans. It incorporates replicas of some design elements from the original Yankee Stadium. 1. MetLife Stadium: This is the most expensive stadium ever build on earth till today. It is the home to the New York Jets and the New York Giants; they jointly built the stadium using private funds. It is located in the Meadowlands at the MetLife Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA. Seat capacity is 82,000 People. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.richestlifestyle.com/top-10-most-expensive-stadiums-in-the-world/
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Top 10 Fruits For Healthy Eyes
 
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Top 10 Fruits For Healthy Eyes: 10. Strawberries Good for dull, baggy and puffy eyes. 9. Apricot Overall maintenance of the health of eyes. And Reduces Vision Related Problems. 8. Grape Prevent Damages to Retina. And also prevent oxidative damage to the eyes. 7. Kiwi Kiwi protect you from cataract and vision loss due to macular degeneration. 6. Mango Gives better eyesight and prevent night blindness. 5. Guava Protect retina and help to avoid night blindness. 4. Peaches Build up Good Vision Power. Protect retinas from radical damages. And Fight cataracts. 3. Papayas Help to solve Age Related macular Degeneration. Helps to fight computer radiations. 2. Cantaloupe Preventing loss of vision or blurring, mainly due to age. And protecting damage of DNA cells. 1. Blueberries Helps fighting inflammation of eyes and increase the moisture and water content in dry eyes. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://frecked.com/top-10-healthy-fruits-for-eyes/
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Top 10 Most Bizarre Hotels In The World
 
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10. Manta Underwater Room in Zanzibar: The hotel is in Manta Resort in Zanzibar a raft off the coast. The raft is divided over three floors. However, no matter if you are on the roof terrace for sunbathing or in the bedroom, you stay under water. The accommodation costs for underwater experience around $1200. 9. Sala Silvermine in Sweden: The Silvermine Underground Lounge in Sweden Sala, some 120 kilometers north-west of Stockholm, is probably the lowest-hotel in the world. What was silver mine earlier, is now a hotel about 155 meters depth. Prices range, depending on accommodation, at around 4,290 Swedish crowns. 8. Kakslauttanen hotel in Lapland: The Kakslauttanen Hotel with his igloo village in Finland, where you can visit the best of deepest Finnish winter. You can experience warm igloo made of glass in the winter wonderland. Some rooms are equipped with an outdoor swimming pool. Prices start around from $200 per night. 7. Giraffe hotel in Kenya: As early as the morning, the giraffes are frolicking in the vicinity of the hotel, because they know that there will be food. On every breakfast table of guests, food for the animals is also available; the feeding is equipped at all the windows and doors of the hotel. This provides great interaction with the animals: you can pet them and take pictures and maybe you even can have one of the famous giraffe kisses. 6. Ice Hotel in Sweden: The Ice Hotel includes a whopping 6,000 square meters of snow and ice. The ice hotel is about 13 km from Kiruna in Jukkasjärvi. Every year in November the ice hotel is newly built by artists. Because of the cold temperature, hotel for children under the age of 12 is not suitable. A weekend costs around $1000, about 50,000 visitors each year take an ice room. 5. TreeHotel in Sweden: In the quiet village of Harada’s, hotel room hanging up to six meters height from the trees. The various rooms in the Tree Hotel are designed respectively by different architects. One room is called “Mirror Cube ‘and is particularly spectacular because its outer sides are completely mirrored. Costs around $550 per night. 4. Magic Mountain Hotel in Chile: The Hotel in Chile is probably better known as Magic Mountain Hotel. It is located in Huilo Huilo Reserve in Patagonia. A single room costs the equivalent of 215 U.S. dollars. This unique hotel is not only aimed at eco-tourists, but also for adventurous travelers. 3. Waldseilgarten Hollschlucht in Bavaria: Here you can sleep in so-called “Portal Edges” which are suspended from the thick branches of free standing trees. The ascent and descent is only possible with the help of rope. For $300 per night this is one of the sportiest Hotel. 2. Salt Hotel in Bolivia Luna Salada: Located on a hill in the village of Colchani, from where one has a fantastic view of the famous salt lake. The Salt Hotel Luna Salada is unique in the world and offers one thing: Calm and relaxation amid salt you can feel your own body circulation and can let you go completely. For further relaxation there is a large saltwater pool and a sauna. An overnight stay costs around $150. 1. Sand Hotel on Weymouth Beach: The sand hotel on Weymouth Beach in England. In addition to the impressive oversized sculptures, a hotel built by a whole team consisting of the best sand castle farmers of the world, within a week entirely of sand. 1,000 tons of sand was used in this case and a wall was formed along with high castle archway, ornaments and towers. The hotel offers a night under the stars, including sea view for £ 10 onwards. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.wonderslist.com/10-most-bizarre-hotels-world/
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