Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Petra - Wonders of the World

Situated between the Red Sea and the Dead Sea in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Nabatean city of Petra is considered among the Seven Wonders of the World. 

In the description of the “universal outstanding value” of this World Heritage Site, UNESCO describes the ancient city as a “major caravan centre for the incense of Arabia, the silks of China and the spices of India, a crossroads between Arabia, Egypt and Syria-Phoenicia.”


Petra, a world hidden within the mountains of Jordan, was built several centuries ago. This ancient "caravan city" was the capital of the Nabataean Arabs, an ancient Semitic race of people who inhabited Jordan. They were mostly traders and agriculturists.

Tombs, caves, temples, monasteries, amphitheatres, gates, street facades – you need at least a couple of days to explore Petra.

The rock-cut architecture takes your breath away. Animals, deities and mortals, mostly carved in rock, greet you everywhere in this World Heritage Site. The architecture is heavily influenced by Assyrian, Egyptian, Hellenistic and Roman styles.

Perhaps the most stereotyped image of Petra is Al Khazneh or the Treasury. Entry is through the Siq, a long narrow gorge, no more than 3 meters wide in some places, which gives the impression that the mountain has parted ways to allow you to enter it. Back in the day, caravans made their grand entry to Petra via the Siq.

The Treasury or Al Khazneh is one of Petra’s most recognizable monuments and one celebrated in Hollywood classics such as Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Tintin fans will also recognize the monument for its appearance in the Red Sea Sharks.

The Street of Facades in Petra is lined with rock-cut tombs in sandstone. Bodies were interred in chambers carved on the rocks.

The Royal Tombs, much larger in scale, and Urn Tombs lead to a single chamber, which was probably an ancient Byzantine church.

Petra is not just a city of tombs and rock cut temples. Meet the Bedouins here, stay in a cave, ride a horse up to the monastery, or watch craftsmen create sand art in bottles. Petra, as the BBC says, is one of the places you must see before you die.  

Women's Feet and Nail Care

Foot and Nail Care is the one of the best beauty care for every lady. When your feet clear and smooth, you enjoy the pleasure of the world. Your feet become very hard and it shows the rough, calloused skin on the pumps needs regular treatment or it may become dry and damaged. The moist skin between the toes is prone to athlete’s foot. Even the skin on the tops of feet is vulnerable, it can get sunburned if not protected from sun light.


Simple tips for a foot care nail.

First keep you in warm for at least 10 minutes with the help of mild shop clean the toenails and the skin around the nails. And when it becomes dry, then use mild antiseptic or essential olive oil or tree oil. Carefully massage the feet with these substances. Apply orange wood stick to rebel the toenail cuticles. In this way also you would get relief from infection and bacteria. Don’t trim the toenails in a rounded shape. Try to trim them straight across. Please avoid cutting them too short, otherwise you may experience in-grown nail. Keep the claws clear and totally devoid of any dirt.


Moisturize your feet everyday.

Put lotion or foot cream on as a part of your routine. One way to achieve smooth, moisturized feet is to rub on some lotion or petroleum jelly before bed. When you awaken in the morning, you'll discover that your feet are very smooth and are totally devoid of dry skin.

Taking proper care of your feet will prevent you from getting foot conditions such as athlete's foot or other fungal infections. No matter what the season is, it is always important to keep your feet and toinails in tip-top condition. During the summer, your feet are constantly visible due to footwear choices such as shoes and slippers, so it would be a great idea to keep them looking incredible and fabulous.

Tuesday, 28 February 2012

Love's Dos and Don’ts

Never ever go to bed mad at your soul mate, sleep on the settee if you have to: the bedroom should be a safe, amazing, and pleasant place to go to.

Pick your fights, ask yourself if this is something that is going to issue in 5 years, if not let it go.

Do not talk when you are mad, delay until you calm down enough to discuss, take a walk, a long bath, or whatever you do to calm down, and always, always, always stick to the topic, and do not ever attack their personal thoughts, they have just as much right to them as you do to yours.

When you go out, always allow partner first, a lady can open a door for a man just as quickly especially if his arms and fingers are full.

Ask for their viewpoint on stuff, if they don't have one, do not badger one out, it will only begin a fight with over nothing.

Tell your partner often that you really like them, I try for at least 10 periods a day, even if they are right after one another.

If you discover that you are both getting in a rut and nothing seems to be as natural as it once was, first discuss then think of some measures to take.

Surprise them often with some different feedback, once I informed my partner that I do not think that I liked him any longer, after a mil-a-second I said that I realized that I liked him and I do not have to think, that was a amazing night.

Always try to know what they are saying. And if your partner prefers a certain form of game, try to understand what the game is about and the names of the teams and you never know you might actually like it once you comprehend it.

Show your love in the way that you take care with yourself, your partner, your kids, your home, your job, you would be unexpected how well that performs.

This is the simplest one of all and I think more people should follow it, the world would truly be a better place. Have fun, yes just that. Laugh at least once a day. It’s excellent for you and those around you.

Love In Different Languages

A Rose by any other name, said Shakespeare, still doth smell and lovely. Or something of the type. By the same sense, Single Ones, Really like in any other language still got to mean the same. In our current globalized world you never know who you might run into and with some luck fall for. Better to wander around prepared.

1. English – I love you
2. Latin – Te amo
3. Pig Latin – I-yea Ove-lea Ou-yea
4. Hindi – Main tumse mohabbat karta hoon
5. Punjabi – Main tainu pyar karna
6. Bengali – Aami tomaake bhaalo baashi
7. Gujarati – Tane Prem Karoo Choo
8. Tamil – Naan Unnai Kadhalikiren
9. Telugu – Nenu Ninnu Premisthunnanu
10. Sri Lankan – Mama oyata arderyi
11. Kapangpangan – Kaluguran daka
12. Farsi – Tora dost daram
13. Arabic – Ana ahebik
14. Turkish – Seni seviyorum
15. Kurdish – Ez te hezdikhem
16. Lebanese – Bahibak
17. Japanese – Kimi o ai shiteru
18. Chinese – Ngo oi ney
19. Mandarin – Wo ai ni
20. Taiwanese – Gwa ai lee
21. Korean – Dangsinul saranghee yo
22. Cambodian – Kh’nhaum soro’lahn nhee’ah
23. Hmong – Kuv Hlub Koj
24. Laon – Khoi hak jao
25. Filipino – Mahal ka ta
26. Malay – Saya cinta pada mu
27. Thai – Chan raak ther
28. Indonesian – Saya cinta padamu
29. Javanese – Aku terno kowe
30. Burmese – Chit pa te
31. Bisaya – Nahigugma ko nimo
32. French – Je t’aime
33. German – Ich liebe dich
34. Bavarian – I mog di narrisch gern
35. Swiss-German – Ch’ha di ga”rn
36. Spanish – Te adoro
37. Madrid lingo – Me molas, tronca
38. Basque – Nere maitea
39. Catalan – T’estim
40. Esperanto – Mi amas vin
41. Creole – Mi aime jou
42. Lojban – mi do prami
43. Portuguese – Eu amo te
44. Italian – Ti amo
45. Greek – S’ayapo
46. Macedonian – Te ljubam
47. Albanian – Te dua
48. Dutch – Ik hou van je
49. Flemish – Ik zie oe geerne
50. Vlaams – Ik hou van jou
51. Friesian – Ik bin fereale op dy
52. Luxembourgish – Ech hun dech ga ‘r
53. Gaelic – Tha gaol agam ort
54. Welsh – Rwy’n dy garu di
55. Irish – Taim i’ ngra leat
56. Maltese – Inhobbok
57. Icelandic – Eg elska thig
58. Greenlandic – Asavakit
59. Danish – Jeg elsker dig
60. Norwegian – Jeg elsker deg
61. Swedish – Jag a lskar dig
62. Finnish – rakastan sinua
63. Polish – Kocham cie
64. Hungarian – Szeretlek
65. Bulgarian – Obicham te
66. Romanian – Te iubesc
67. Yugoslavian – Ja te volim
68. Czech – Miluji te
69. Slovak – Lubim ta
70. Bosnian – Volim te
71. Croatian – Volim te
72. Serbian – Volim te
73. Russian – Ya tyebya lyublyu
74. Ukrainian – Ya tebe kokhayu
75. Estonian – Mina armastan sind
76. Latvian – Es tevi milu
77. Lithuanian – Tave myliu
78. Armenian – Yes kez si’rumem
79. Assyr – Az tha hijthmekem
80. Kazakh – Men seny jaksy kuremyn

81. Yiddish – Ikh hob dikh lib
82. Bicol – Namumutan ta ka
83. Berber – Lakh tirikh
84. Amharic – Afekrishalehou
85. Moroccan – Kanbhik
86. Tunisian – Ha eh bak
87. Somali – Waan ku gealahay
88. Kenyan – Aheri
89. Lingala – Nalingi yo
90. Ugandan – Nkwagala Nyo
91. Zulu – Mena tanda wena
92. Ndebele – Niyakutanda
93. Hausa – Ina sonki
94. Shona – Ndinokuda
95. Swahili – Nakupenda
96. Afrikaans – Ek is lief vir jou
97. Vulcan – Wani ra yana ro aisha
98. Tahitian – Ua here au ia oe
99. Hawaiian – Aloha wau ia oi
100. Samoan – Ou te alofa outou
101. Brazilian – Eu te amo
102. Bolivian – Qanta munani
103. Hokkien – Wa ai lu
104. Apache – Sheth she ‘n zho ‘n
105. Cheyenne – Ne mohotatse
106. Chickasaw – Chiholloli
107. Hopi – Nu’ umi unangw’ta
108. Mohawk – Konoronhkwa
109. Navajo – Ayor anosh’ni
110. Sioux – Techihhila
111. Zuni – Tom ho’ ichema
112. Eskimo – Nagligivaget

Celebrities with Their Pets

For celebs, pets are like members of their family. The names of Salman Khan's pet dogs go like this - 'Myson' and 'Myjaan'! The love is so evident from those names. Take a look at B'wood stars and their pets. 

Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan must have posed for thousands of photoshoots. But says the star, this photoshoot, with his pet dog Shanouk, was unique!
Like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Koena Mitra too has got seven puppies at her home. They all belong to toy breed and she got them from exotic counries.

  Koena has named them Cookie, Jerry, Jiggy, Missy, Fluffy etc

Salman Khan with his pet dog Myson, who died of heart ailment while he was shooting for 'London Dreams'.

  Stay away from Fardeen Khan's dogs. They are named Tiger and Gunda!

Esha Deol's pet pooch is called Piccola

File photo of Rekha with her pet dog Pisti. After Pisti's death, Rekha adopted another pet dog Shiva.

Shreyas Talpade has two pet labradors - Don and Knight.

  Manisha Koirala with her two Persian cats - Mischief and Morgan.

You are sure gonna love Tusshar's dog, for his name is Whiskey!

Monday, 27 February 2012

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 to come in 10 inches model

Samsung has included a 10.1 inches style to its new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 sequence on Saturday. The new style follows the Galaxy Tab 2 7 inches style released a several weeks ago. These will be available in the UK from March onward. 
The Galaxy Tab 2 series available in both 3G and Wi-Fi are lightweight with portable claims Samsung. The new model will come with essentially similar specifications to the 7 inches style. The 10 inches tablet will be a replace the first Galaxy Tab, function a 1GHz dual-core processor.

The Galaxy Tab 7.7 we saw at IFA in Berlin last year. The company's Galaxy Note alphabet, there is no OLED screen on the Tab 2. Its touch screen technology is a WXVGA PLS TFT screen but it does come with a 3 mega-pixel camera on the back. It functions Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi direct connection, USB 2.0. 
There will be 8, 16 and 32GB models available and each can be improved with a small SD card of up to 32GB.  A 3G edition will also be available and it will provide A-GPS and Glonass on top of all of the other features. All models will get Samsung’s new Video Hub, a marketplace to rent or buy more than 1,000 movies.

Friday, 24 February 2012

BSNL launches Aakash Tablet’s rival 2012

BSNL has launched three tablets including two 7 inch resistive screen based tabs with Android 2.3 operating system. The third tablet comes with an 8 inch capacitive touch screen. The tablets will be sold with discounted data plans from BSNL. The three tablets are priced at Rs. 3,250, Rs. 10,999 and Rs 13,500. The cheapest model is Panta Tpad IS 701r, which is priced at Rs 3,250. 

Aakash is priced at just Rs 2500. Tpad has better specification than the Datawind’s low cost tablet. Panta Tpad is a WiFi only tablet with Android 2.3 operating system. It has a 1 GHz processor clubbed with 256 MB RAM. The tablet also offers HDMI port and it can be connected to a TV. Its 7 inch resistive touch screen comes with 800×600 resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio.
The tablet has a 3000 mAh battery and 2 GB internal memory and it can be expanded through micro SD card. The tablet also has a VGA front facing camera for video calling. Panta Tpad IS 701r has the BSNL branding and other two tablets. The second tablet is named ‘Panta Tpad ws704c’. It has the same specification as its cheapest cousin but offers added 3G connectivity which supports CDMA, inbuilt A-GPS, EVDO and GSM, Accelerometer with Bluetooth. 

 It also comes with a 2 megapixel rear camera and bigger 512 MB RAM for faster performance. The costliest amongst the three is the Tpad WS802C which has an 8 inch capacitive screen. It comes with a faster 1.2 GHz processor and 512 MB RAM. The internal memory is also bigger at 4 GB.

Beach of Your Dreams

Seychelles, once believed to be the location of the Garden of Eden, has pristine white sandy beaches that draw both families and solitude-seekers.

Maldives, the 'Garland of Islands,' comprise 1,102 unspoilt coral atolls in the Indian Ocean.

Bora in Tahiti is surrounded by a picturesque lagoon and barrier reef. It is one of the charming islands of French Polynesia.

The Hamptons, home to the prettiest beaches in Long Island, are a favorite weekend getaway for New York’s swish set.

Hawaii’s Lanikai means “heavenly sea.” Warm turquoise waters and happy sunshine make this island a piece of heaven on earth.

Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, is famous for serene beaches, scenic bike paths and historic tours.

Australia’s Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island and a World Heritage Site, offers the pleasures of beach life and treks in its dense rainforests.

St Bart's, a volcanic island in the Caribbean, is famous for dreamy beaches. Its French cuisine and culture makes it a hotspot with wealthy tourists.

Langkawi, a 99-island archipelago along Malaysia’s west coast, beckons tourists with gorgeous beaches, verdant paddy fields, and lush forests.

The stunning Kauna'oa Bay is a crescent-shaped white sand beach on the western coast of Hawaii. 


Which Fruit Suits to Your Birthday

Are you curious to know which fruit will bring you best of success and lot of fortune in your daily life? Based on numerology and your ruling number, find out which fruit is lucky for you!

According to Numerology, the sum of your date of birth is regarded to be your ruling number. If you were born on the 5th day of the 30 days, your ruling number is 5, and if you were born on the 25th of the 30 days, your judgment variety is 7 (2+5).

Ruling No 1
As a number 1 person you will do best to start your day with an apple. As well as being wonderful, you create an outstanding team innovator and really like to travel.

Ruling No 2
Bananas are regarded to be lucky for all you number 2 people. You are soothing, warm and supportive by nature. Beauty is very vital to you.

Ruling No 3
As an positive number 3 person you’re lucky fruit is the grape. Quick witted and notify, you like to remain on top of any situation.

Ruling No 4
As a conventional variety 4 individual mangoes are the fruit of option for you. You really like problems and have powerful needs which cannot be modified.
Ruling No 5
For a innovative number 5 person, cherries are the fruit of choice. You have wealthy thoughts and are extremely devoted in your personal as well as your relationship.

Ruling No 6
Number 6 people are responsible and you’re lucky fruit is the orange. You will slowly but continuously reach your objectives. You try to keep away from conflict.

Ruling No 7
As a practical and innovative number 7, you’re lucky fruit is the papaya. You are classy and have a stylish taste along with a wonderful sense of humor.

Ruling No 8
As well as being a leader, you believe in planning as a number 8 person and you’re lucky fruit is the pineapple. You think in making new friends for life.

Ruling No 9
As a thoughtful and caring number 9 person, you’re lucky fruit is the peach. You have fantastic interaction skills and make a perfect sweetheart.

Thursday, 23 February 2012

Basic Tips for Yoga Beginners

If you are a yoga beginner or considering having a go at yoga exercises then here are some of guidelines to get you started; some guidance for any yoga exercises starter.

1. Find a Yoga Exercises Teacher
It is much easier and further enjoyable, to learn yoga exercises, with all its particular and simple mental and physical factors, from a knowledgeable, certified, real-three-dimensional-living-breathing person, rather than from a book or video. Particularly at the beginning, a teacher’s presence and capability to actually see you and respond to what you are doing, is important for building your confidence that you are doing yoga effectively.
2. Respect your body’s inner wisdom and limitations
Don’t force yourself to do anything that seems risky or wrong for you. This is ‘Ahimsa’, the exercise of non-harm, which is important to skilful and beneficial exercise of yoga. Discuss to your teacher and a health professional if you are pregnant or have particular injuries such as to the knees or backbone, or any serious medical condition. Discover out which creates to prevent at certain times, and which will be valuable for you.

3. Breathe
Yoga is all about finding a better, deeper harmony between our body and mind, and our breathing is central to this. Breathe into your whole body in the poses, and relax. There is a lot to learn about healthy respiration in yoga.

4. Never evaluate yourself with others
Look inwards to your own progress; there will always be more flexible, powerful and wonderful people around in your yoga class, as in life. Yoga may be fashionable, but it is not a viewer game or a competition. Appreciate the simple success of your own exercise; the best aspect of it is on the inside, in the healing awareness and unity of your own body, mind and spirit.

5. Be conscious of the place around you
Yoga sessions can be loaded out; be aware of the need to leave enough places between yourself and others so that if you fall from your Tree Pose, you do not knock over your friend too. There is certain manner of sincere awareness of sharing space with others that is a lovely aspect of yoga exercises.

6. Have a feeling of humor
Yoga is a basic, targeted action, but we need not to take ourselves too seriously. We may feel clumsy and stiff as a panel as we try to navigate ourselves into new poses. Humbleness, an inner smile and a bit of gentleness can save us from pushing ourselves to the point of stress and injury.

Set for Second Innings of Bollywood Actress

Here's a record of Top Celebrities who are all set for their second innings at the box-office:

The times are changing and Bollywood is also in a state of flux. Previously, the shelf-life of an celebrity was restricted where an celebrity was as excellent as her last box-office launch. Those who got an extension were relegated to the background and had to play role of mother or sister to the co-star she had romanced few decades ago. Not any longer as this year represents the come back of the 90s heart throbs who are looking better and stronger than ever. Here's are the record:

Sridevi: With occasional ramp walks and a few trips at social dos, the celebrity has been a photographer's pleasure with her extremely toned figure, all thanks to yoga exercises and umpteenth mugs of green tea. Sridevi is all set to make a come back in a film called 'English Vinglish' which is being directed by Gauri Shinde, spouse of R. Balki of 'Cheeni Kum' and 'Paa'.

Madhuri Dixit: After ruling the roost for a several years, Madhuri bid adieu to movies and happily settled in US, post-marriage. But her come back film 'Aaja Nachle' was a dud and she went again to the US to nurse her injuries. However, now, she is again back with a revenge and if rumours are to be belived, she is busy reading the script of 'Dedh Ishqiya'. In the meanwhile, she has signed up as a judge for the reality show 'Jhalak Dikhla Ja'.

Karishma Kapoor: She has taken over the 'size-zero' layer from her sister and is looking gorgeous than ever. The mom of two is busy working out and eating right big-time. Surprisingly, 'Dangerous Ishq' wasn't expected to be Karishma's come back film as the script was published way in advance. Therefore, things fell into her flap and worked out well for her. In the film, Karisma performs a super model who gives up her profession to get married to the man she loves.

Raveena Tandon: After playing the considerate judge in a reality show and a cameo in Amitabh Bachchan starrer 'Buddha Hoga Tera Baap', the celebrity is all set for her actual come back in 'Gin Liya Aasman'. The film is directed by Rishi Deshpande and produces by Mudassar Aziz, Anil Bohra and Vishwajit Gaikwad. Raveena plays the mother of a six-year-old boy whose dad, a naval officer has been missing since a plane crash.

Kajol: Kajol's short break from Bollywood saw her come back with Kunal Kapoor's 'Fanaa', opposite Aamir Khan. The film was a box-office achievements and gave her the Midas touching for the movies she therefore chose the decision to do. Now, the actor is the face of many endorsements and is busy with her son Yug. If resources are to be considered, it will be another year before she announces to be a part of any film.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan: While she is completely satisfied enjoying a hands-on mom to her little girl, rumours are rife that the celebrity is making a come back with not one, but two movies opposite Shah Rukh Khan- 'Happy Birthday' to be directed by Sriram Raghavan and 'Bajirao Mastani' by Sanjay Leela Bansali.

Esha Deol: Despite having both her mom and dad's support, 'Tell Me O Khuda' failed to Esha Deol's profession. Esha has been losing from the marquee for the last few years and disappointed with the way her daughter's profession was forming up, mom Hema Malini take the decision to produce a film for her. The film tanked and Esha got engaged to long-time partner. Perhaps, a better profession choice.

Preity Zinta: After few occasional cameos for her Bollywood friends, the actor has now set up her own generation organization PZNP. The celebrity will be seen in 'Ishkq In Paris' and if resources are to be considered, it is motivated from a critically acclaimed Hollywood film 'Before Sunrise' starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy in the lead jobs.

Neetu Singh: After preventing the focus for 26 years, the stunning celebrity was seen enjoying wife to real-life husband Rishi Kapoor in ‘Love Aajkal’. She had no programs of coming to the sets again when Habib Faisal came to her with the script of ‘Do Dooni Char’. Neetu liked her role of a Punjabi housewife from Lajpat Nagar that she instantly make the decision. The film was really recommended.

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