Sympathy & Admiration
Buddha’s Birth Place
What Happens If We Fail Our Promise?
Skin & Functions
Our Height/Deciding Factors/
Ungulate & Types
Domestication Of Cats
The Stars and Stripes:
The Flying Finn – The Hero of Long-Distance Run
An Action-Adventure Film & The Incredible Success:
The First Woman in the Federal Office of America
The Greatest German Opera begins:
Father of Railways
Creator of the World Wide Web (www):
The King of Rock n Roll’s Mansion – Listed as a Historic Place – for the First Time
American Pharoah won the 12th Triple Crown:
An Economist, To Address The Prolonged Unemployment:
Hollywood’s Mesmerizing Star & Great Humanitarian:
The Father of Blood Banks:
The Youngest First Lady in the White House
First To Implement The Light Pollution Act
May – in History
The First Copyright Act in the USA
Joan of Arc burned at the stake
The First Climbers of the Mount Everest:
The People’s Car…
What are Diminutives?
What is Zeta?
Muses of the Greek mythology
The Eiffel Tower
World First School of Philosophy
The Vedas & Hinduism
Star Wars & Indiana Jones:
The First Cars:
The metal used to mint coins:
The first woman to hold a seat in the British parliament:
Who established the first permanent colony in New World (North America) and when?
The Pilgrim Fathers in…… (Read More…..)
Amulets….. a superstition…!?
Amulets are objects or ornaments believed to have protective power to safeguard from Demons, evils, diseases, bad luck, misfortune, witches, sorcerers, and from anything harmful of the nature of supernatural power. Read More…
Facts & Factoids
We cannot taste the food before it is dissolved in saliva in our mouth. Surprising fact is that we produce saliva roughly 10,000 gallons in life time.
World’s First Travelers
Path-breakers with their Heroic journeys
Xuan Zang was a Chinese Buddhist monk, scholar, traveler, and translator.