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International Days Facebook Covers: India is a country full of culture and festivals. All the festivals are based on agriculture and people enjoy it fully. Apart from festivals there are many events which are celebrated in India not less than festivals and even the culture is being changed and these events are celebrated at public and government levels. These events …

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A Suitcase That Literally Rolls With You – Cowarobot R1

A Suitcase That Literally Rolls With You - Cowarobot R1

Wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have to lug your suitcase with you when travelling? If only your suitcase could just follow you, like your pet Labrador, while you were negotiating your way through a crowded airport terminal or a railway station? Well what’s technology for if not to turn fantasies into reality. A suitcase manufacturer called Cowarobot has …

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The Fool – Lord Buddha English Poetry

The Fool - Lord Buddha English Poetry

Long is the night to one who is awake. Long is ten miles to one who is tired. Long is the cycle of birth and death to the fool who does not know the true path. If a traveller does not meet with one who is better or equal, let one firmly travel alone; there is no companionship with a …

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Gift an experience this Diwali festive season

Gift an experience this Diwali festive season

This festive season push those accessories and personalised mugs aside and go instead for ‘experience gifts’ that will undoubtedly remain a cherished memory for a long time to come. Experience gifts, as the name suggests, means gifting an experience instead of a product. So if you have a friend who is a wine connoisseur, you could gift her a wine-tasting …

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हमराही – राजीव कृष्ण सक्सेना

ओ मेरे प्यारे हमराही, बड़ी दूर से हम तुम दोनों संग चले हैं पग पर ऐसे, गाडी के दो पहिये जैसे। कहीं पंथ को पाया समतल कहीं कहीं पर उबड़-खाबड़, अनुकम्पा प्रभु की इतनी थी, गाडी चलती रही बराबर। कभी हंसी थी किलकारी थी कभी दर्द पीड़ा भारी थी, कभी कभी थे भीड़-झमेले कभी मौन था, लाचारी थी। रुके नहीं …

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Travelling by car six times more expensive than cycling

Travelling by car six times more expensive than cycling

It is six times more expensive for society — and for individuals — to travel by car instead of cycling, scientists have found. This is the first time a price has been put on car use as compared to cycling, researchers said. In the study, Stefan Gossling from Lund University and Andy S Choi from the University of Queensland investigated …

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What is fun-employment?

‘Funemployment’ came into being with the recession, when people began losing jobs. It means unemployed individuals making use of the break to enjoy their free time – travel, take up physical activity and have a good time but at little cost. They may not have been able to do this earlier. The funemployed are young people who have few responsibilities …

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What is a bucket list?

A bucket list is a number of achievements which a person hopes to accomplish during his/her lifetime. It is also called a life list, drawn up to make life more interesting or goal-oriented, and ensure that it doesn’t just slip away. It could have to do with many aspects: work, family, travel, health, relationships, finance, contribution to society. A person’s …

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What is a traveling exhibition?

A traveling exhibition is that which is available for circulation on a local, national or international level. The collection of the exhibition can be entirely loaned to organizations for a fixed period of time. Traveling exhibitions are usually supported by governmental organizations to spread knowledge and local culture.

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Scorpio Ruling Planet

Zodiac Sign Scorpio

Scorpio, the eighth sign of the zodiac, has the mighty Pluto as its ruling planet. As per the Roman mythology, ‘Pluto’ is the God of the underworld and wealth. The planet takes approximately 248 years to orbit the sun. It was reclassified as a ‘dwarf planet’ by astronomers in the year 2006 and is no longer considered as a planet …

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