Black diamond Apple

Apples come in different varieties, shapes, and sizes. It’s been noted that there are a whopping 7,500 different varieties of apple grown across the globe. Some are yellow, pink, or green, but have you heard of Black Apple. Here's one of the rarest fruit in the world. The "Black Diamond is a rare apple with... Continue Reading →

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Why Dosa price never goes down?

An year ago I read an article that gives perfect example of Inflation rates. I thought it should be shared with you all.. Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan once visited an engineering college for a federal bank event in Cochin. In the event, an engineering student asked, "Why does the humble Dosa — the South... Continue Reading →

Worth of unknown discovery

You are the luckiest person when you come to know the cheapest thing you had is actually worth of millions. One such case from the history.............................. First print of Declaration of Independence Back in 1989, a Philadelphia man purchased a painting at a flea market for $4. He bought it not for the painting but because... Continue Reading →

Kalanamak rice – Health tip # 60

Kalanamak rice Kalanamak is one of the finest scented rice derives its name from black husk (kala = black; the suffix ‘namak’ means salt) Predominantly grown in Eastern UP and Nepal area. Kalanamak is traditionally grown using no fertilizer, herbicide and pesticide, which makes it suitable for organic cultivation. It is believed that Kalanamak rice has... Continue Reading →

Battle of Saragarhi

History is always fascinating that makes us wonder how people lived before technology took over.  Here is one forgotten battle that took place in 1897 in a small outpost Saragarhi in Kohat border. The battle of Saragarhi was fought in 1897 between Sikh soldiers and Pashtun tribesmen. The Pashtuns are the ethnic group of Afghans... Continue Reading →

Why Pongal/Makar Sankranti is celebrated?

Pongal aka Makara Sankranti is a thanks giving festival specially for getting sunlight, enough rain during their cultivating season. Pongal is the celebration to mark the first harvest of the year and celebrated all over India that coincides with Makar Sankranti. Origin: It is said that Pongal festival has been in existence 1000 years ago . The Word... Continue Reading →

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