Do you know Hidden Google tricks?


Search for tilt. Follow the Google tilt link and your screen will be tilted.


Zerg rush

Search for zerg rush and your screen will be filled with O’s that will eat all your screen’s content (if you don’t stop them).


 Blink html






Google in 1998

You can type any year and this will change Google into that time’s Google.


Atari breakout

Type “Atari breakout” and go to images. Results will get converted into a game.



Barrel roll

Type “do a barrel roll” and your whole screen will started rolling.


Google gravity

Search “google gravity” and google will show the effect of gravity.



Search “pacman” and you can play the famous game directly on google.


Google snake

Type “google snake” and a snake will appear on the screen that will form G of google.


Google underwater

Search for “google underwater” and get some underwater searching experience.



Weird traditions all over the world

Feeding The Dead (Roman)


In the Vatican of Roman burial grounds, graves contain pipes that led to the outside of the Graveyard. Feeding the dead is a tradition of romans, they pour honey, wine and food stuff into the grave of the dead through this pipe.

Eating The Dead’s Ash (Venezuela and Brazil)


Don’t get shocked! Death and funerals are part of one’s Life, but the tradition of eating the ashes of your dead is shocking and bizarre tradition that is being followed. In the Yonamamo tribe from Brazil and Venezuela, the tradition forbids keeping any part of the deceased body. The body of the dead is burned. Bones are crushed and mixed with the ashes, is divided amongst the family and eaten by all.

Hanging Coffins (Philippines)


In many locations of China, Indonesia and Philippines you might find hanging coffins. The limestone caves surrounding Sagada in Philippines are also known as home to the region’s dead. Hanging coffins are an ancient tradition. It is believed that hanging the coffin could prevent the dead’s body from being taken by beasts and will also bless the soul.


Carrying Pregnant Women over Burning Coal (China)


According to Chinese traditions, it is believed that if a husband carries his pregnant wife over burning coals bare feet, the wife will have easy and successful labor. Get ready for some pain before your wife experiences labor pain.


Bride Kidnapping (Romani Gypsies)


Kidnapping is illegal, and yes kidnapping a girl you want to make your bride is also a crime and illegal. But, according to Ramni Gypsies tradition, if a boy/man who is single kidnaps a girl and is able to keep the girl hostage for 3-5 days, they you have legally all the rights to get married to the girl. Don’t get caught before these illegal kidnapping becomes legal according to tradition.



Kanamara Matsuri (Japan)

People Celebrate Festival of the Steel Phallus In Japan

This is a weird traditional festival held each spring at the Kanayama Shrine in Kawasaki, Japan. The central theme of the event is a Pen*s. People march across the town hoisting a big wooden Pen*s in the air. The festival is very popular amongst the prostitutes, as they wish and pray for their protection and STD’s.

Baby Tossing (India)


There is a shocking tradition followed in India, mainly in the Maharashtra region. Infants are tossed from the top of a temple, from around 15 meters. According tot his tradition, it is believed that this will bring good luck to the child and strengthens the intelligence.

Sharpening of Teeth (Indonesia)

Mentawai Woman with Filed Teeth

Women in Indonesia’s Mentawai Tribe of West Sumatra grind and file their teeth to get them sharpen. This is done by women to look beautiful, and mind you this is a very painful procedure done using hammers and needle. The pain is just the price paid for beauty in this Mentawai Tribe tradition.


Skull Binding (Mayan)


The old Mayan and their traditions and values have always attracted the world. But this weird and bizarre tradition of skull binding is the most shocking tradition. The deformation was done by distorting the normal growth of the skull of a child as small as a month old for six months. The tradition was performed to demonstrate social status. The people with deformed elongated head were believed to be more intelligent, of higher status and closer to the spirits.

Giraffe Women (Thailand)


The Karen tribe of Thailand follows a bizarre tradition of wearing rings on their neck to get a large neck. They believe the large neck is a symbol of beauty and elegance and add to their attractiveness. The girls start wearing the rings around the neck at the age of 5 to get large necks and enhance their beauty. The rings are added over time to time to keep the neck getting larger.

Sati Tradition (India)


According to Indian tradition, a woman who loses her husband should commit suicide by burning herself on the funeral pyre with her deceased husband. Although the tradition was about taking the decision voluntarily, it later became a compulsion. The tradition is not followed now.

Finger Cutting (Indonesia)


The Danis tribe of Africa follows a weird tradition. Women on the tribe must cut off a part of their fingers when a member of the family dies. The women of Danis tribe were forced to suffer physically with the emotional pain of losing a family member. The tradition was performed to satisfy the ancestral ghosts. The tradition is no more followed.


Architectural Facts about the Taj Mahal that will leave you jaw dropped

One of the Seven Wonders of the Earth, Taj Mahal needs no introduction. But it’s really fascinating to think that how even so many years ago such an enormous monument was built. In the absence of machinery, also when people were thought to be less educated, Taj Mahal was built in such a way that even today’s architects see it shockingly. We are presenting some amazing facts about the Taj Mahal.

 The plinth of the Taj varies all around. 

The plinth of the tomb is 2’10” on an average but varies all around. This convexity has deliberately been given to the plinth in the centre of each arch. The architect fully anticipated the apparent size which a finial would present from such a great height. If this wasn’t the way then the building would have appeared as if it were falling down.


Construction cost

Shah Jehan spent about 32 million rupees during the years 1632-1653 on this great architectural venture. Today that amount would be close to 1,062,834,098 USD.


The Taj changes colors depending on the light.

The Taj is pinkish in the morning, milky white in the evening and golden when the moon shines.


The minarets were built tilting outwards to protect the Taj from calamities like earthquakes.

If you observe carefully, you’ll find that the four minarets are tilting outwards. This was done   so that in the event of a natural disaster, like earthquake, the   minars   won’t fall on the main ‘   gumbad   ‘ or Dome, thereby ensuring the safety of the Tomb.


The foundation of Taj Mahal would have eroded years ago if Yamuna wasn’t there.

Taj’s foundation is made of timber which is not supposed to be long lasting. The wood should weaken overtime and crumble owing to rot and ruin, but that did not happen because the wood is kept strong and moist by the Yamuna River.


The makers employed an optical trick so that as you move closer to the gate, the Taj keeps getting smaller.

 It seems to grow bigger as you walk away. The guides here say when you leave,you take the Taj with you in your heart.


Principle of self-replication is applied in the architecture of Taj Mahal

The four sides of the Taj Mahal are perfectly identical creating an astonishingly mirrored image on each side. It uses the principles of self-replicating geometry and symmetry of architectural elements.


Many precious stones were ripped off from its walls by the British during the Indian rebellion of 1857.

A total of 28 types of precious and semiprecious jewels are set in the marble. The turquoise came from Tibet, and jade came from China. Heavy white marble — the principal building material — was transported from Rajasthan.




Inscriptions are used for decoration on walls

Passages from Quran have been used as decorative elements throughout the complex. On the sides of the actual tomb of Mumtaz Mahal, 99 names of Allah can be found as calligraphic inscriptions.




Time and Workers

It took 22 years and 22,000 people to build this structure. Over 1,000 elephants were used to transport building materials during the construction of the Taj Mahal.


Architecture Inspiration

Despite being the creation of a Mughal king, the architecture of Taj Mahal was globally inspired. It’s a fusion of Persian, Central Asian and Islamic architecture.




Protection during wars

False structures and scaffolding were constructed around the Taj Mahal throughout different conflicts to confuse German, Japanese, and Pakistani bomber pilots.





Taj Mahal attracts 2-4 million visitors annually with over 200,000 from overseas.


Shah Jahan wanted to build another Taj Mahal, a black Taj Mahal.

Emperor Shah Jahan   is widely believed to have desired a mausoleum for himself similar to that of the one he had built in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The writings of the European traveller, Tavernier mention that Shah Jehan began to build his own tomb on the other side of the river but could not complete it as he was deposed by his own son Aurangzeb.




Pets are those animals which understand our feelings and provide us with a sense of approval. However, we wonder if the same is true for these bleak utopian pets.

1) Crocodiles1

You’ve gotta be slightly concerned about having to muzzle your own pet. Still, some people are willing to keep an animal that would happily bite the hand that feeds them or maybe you can use them to scare the shit out of burglars! Your pet, your choice.

2) Hippopotamus2

Want something fat and healthy which you can ride to show off? Here’s the deal! Even hippos can make good pets under the right circumstances. Retired South African game warden Tonie Joubert keeps a pet hippo called Jessica.

3) Scorpian3

Having a pet that doesn’t like to be handled, and can both sting and pinch you, the scorpion is perfect for you. But Emperor scorpions are such popular pets that they are threatened with extinction in the wild. It might be because they can reach around 8 inches in length and live up to 8 years. Or it might be because they glow blue-green when exposed to UV light. Popular with ravers!

4) Pet Rock4

Got no energy, food, care for the pet. Still want to be a pet owner? Yes! You can pet a rock too and we understand you. It is not such weird. Who got time? Also, to make the matter easy, you can color on them and they won’t resist and they even outlast your life by few million of years. Of course if you will not annihilate it under a road roller.

5) Axolotl – Mexican dog fish5

The Axolotl is a type of Mexican salamander that doesn’t undergo metamorphosis, so the adults retain their gills and remain aquatic. Although critically endangered in the wild, they are kept as pets around much of the world. Fun fact: in Japan they are sold under the name “Wooper Looper.”



6) Llama6

Llamas aren’t just livestock. A Russian bear trainer decided to adopt one as a pet. It lives with him in his apartment, happily snuggles up in the back of his car, and performs with him at children’s parties. At least it’s safer than having a bear around the house.

7) Stick Insect7

With a face like the alien out of Predator, stick insects are hardly the prettiest of pets. But they are popular for children and in schools, though you have to be careful when handling them: some can bite, some have a poisonous spray, and some are very prone to losing their legs. Choose your stick carefully!



Thou mustn’t knew these facts before making an acquaintance to this article.

Ever thought about the longest possible word? Or maybe the most used word in 2015? We worked for you on that! Here are some of the most interesting facts about words.

1) Rhythms; the 7 letter word is the longest word possible without using any vowel.



2)  Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis; is the longest word in English as per Oxford dictionary. It’s meaning is “supposed lung disease”.



3) Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia; is a medical condition in which a person is afraid of long words.



4) Most used word of 2015: 😂

That’s right – for the first time ever, the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year is a pictograph: 😂, officially called the ‘Face with Tears of Joy’ emoji, though you may know it by other names. There were other strong contenders from a range of fields, outlined below, but 😂 was chosen as the ‘word’ that best reflected the ethos, mood, and preoccupations of 2015




5) “I.”; is the smallest sentence possible in English language.



6) “Dreamt” is the only English word that ends in the letters “mt”.

Don’t believe us? Search the dictionary.



7) Longest name of any place: Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwenuakitnatahu. It’s the name of a hill in New Zealand.




8) There are only four words in the English language which end in “-dous” — tremendous, horrendous, stupendous, and hazardous.




So, here comes the person wiser-than-before! 😉



You are reading this article because you took a rest from minting money. So we are providing you with the best facts to accompany your procrastination. There you go mate!

1) The print on the coin is known as mintage.




2) Moolah is still an unofficial term for money, so do not use it in your examinations.




3) A modern coin-counting machine can count 2,500 coins a minute. A bank note-counting machine can tally up to 100 bills in 4 seconds. It can also tell what denomination they are and if they are fake.




4) There are more than 1.6 million ATMs in the world. There is even one in Antarctica. Friday is the most popular day at the ATM. The average amount withdrawn from an ATM is $80.




5) The ancient Chinese cut out the hearts of anyone caught faking the emperor’s paper currency. England holds the record for executing counterfeiters. In 1817, the British hanged 313 people for making or passing phony bank notes.



6) In Old English pygg was a type of clay that was used to make jars and dishes that held money. The word eventually morphed into “piggy bank”.




7) The Romans were the first to stamp the image of a living person on a coin. After winning in war, Julius Caesar featured his portrait on a coin in 44 B.C.




8) Yap islanders of the Pacific used donut-shaped stones as money. Some stones were as large as 12 feet across.




9) A 2002 study in the U.S. showed disease-causing germs on 94% of bills tested.




10) The country with the worst inflation in the world is Zimbabwe. In 2008, it experienced 6.5 sextillion percent inflation.

Inflation is when the price of goods increases at an alarming rate and the earnings are not.




11) The oldest “money” ever found are small pieces of obsidian that were used in Turkey as far back as 12,000 B.C.




12) Over 170 different currencies are used around the world today.




13) Research shows that increasing sex provides a mood boost similar to a $50,000 income gain. However, men who pay money for sex were considerably less happy than those who didn’t.

And then there arises a question. What about women who pay for sex? I think the researchers were a bit of sexists.

14) The study or collection of money is “numismatics,” which is Greek for “coins in circulation.

15) In India, if you have a torn note, or more than 51% of its torn part, you can exchange it for a new one at a bank.



Top Inspirational quotes of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam (15 October 1931 – 27 July 2015) was the 11th President of India. A career scientist turned politician, he was known as The Missile Man of India. Following are some quotes by him about dreams, goals and life which are really inspirational and worth a read.
























































Most Annoying Habit of each Zodiac

It is said that our zodiac affects our life very much. Then, how can we be untouched when it comes to annoying habits as we all have at least one. This is a compilation of most annoying habit of each zodiac.


Takes everything too seriously.

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Always complaining.

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Singing all the time.

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Talks too loud/ Shouts when they speak.

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Steals food.

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Plays musics WAAAY too loud and you can hear it through their headphones.

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Talks about things only a few understand.

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Never knows what’s going on.

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Too clingy.

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Constantly cracking their knuckles.

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Forgets to text back.

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Always asks for stationery.

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Amazing facts about the World’s clearest lake “The Blue Lake”


The Blue Lake is in the crater of an extinct volcano which erupted around 4,500 years ago.




Like its name, the lake is in cobalt blue colour.




It was founded by an Indian in 1924.

Blue Lake



The water of the lake is so clear that human eye can see to its bottom.




It has depth of 72metres.



The Blue Lake changes its colour in November and December.



 It is located in a city, but still has very little human impact.






Beautiful easy to make DIY Glow Jars and Vases


Glow Jars


Things you will need-

A glass jar, glow, rubber gloves to protect your hands, scissors, I recommend protective eye-wear, and a piece of tulle (optional).

  1. If you are using the tulle, cut a piece slightly larger than the jar, and place inside.
  2. Now, put on those rubber gloves. Crack the glow stick to active the glow material. Insert the end of the glow stick into the jar and cut the tip. It’s important to do this step with the glow stick in the jar as to avoid splashing, remember that you are working with chemicals. There is also a glass vile inside the plastic tube and that glass break when you crack the stick. So best to keep all the tiny glass bits contained within your jaR
  3. Next, stir and shake the cut glow stick around inside your jar. You will need some patience for this part, as it doesn’t just flow out easily. In some instances, the glow material may get clogged due to a large piece of glass that didn’t break. I disposed of these sticks and used a new one, for safety reasons.
  4. Once you have the desired amount of glow material in your jar, replace the lid and shake it up. I used about 3 bracelet size sticks per jar.

Now turn off the lights and watch them glow!





Decorative Vases


What you need to make these adorable vases:

 Painting mask, 1 Apron (or clothes you don’t care about in case you get paint on you), 1 Glass bottle (or Mason jar), 4 or more rubber bands (various sizes), 1-2 Bottles of spray paint (different colors) 2 colors is best, Some Cardboard or newspaper

  1. (If you are using a jar without a label, you can skip this part) First, if you are using glass bottles that have labels on them, you need to get them off. I got mine off by soaking them in water for 30 minutes. Then scrape the label off (you can use a sturdy plastic lid or something) It will probably leave some residue. To get the residue off, just put baby oil on a cotton ball; and it will rub off. (This you need to do for both designs)
  2. Wrap your rubber bands around your glass jar however you want (whatever pattern you want)
  3. Lay out your cardboard (or newspaper) and put your glass jar on it. Now spray your jar with the paint.
  4. If you are going to make the one with 2 different colors. Then after you get off the labels spray paint it with your bottom color. Let dry. After you put the bottom color on, put your rubber bands on randomly and spray your second color on top. Before you take off the rubber bands, wait for the second coat to dry.
  5. Now just take the rubber bands off of both designs and you’re done. It makes a beautiful decoration. (If you are using mason jars, I suggest painting them white and later putting a candle in them it looks really pretty.)