Home Insync Pulse Pulse on September 14, 2022 Children are a bundle of joy and choosing a correct name can be a tough yet pleasurable challenge for parents. Sometimes, the name that you would so lovingly choose for the baby may be the name that your child refuses to grow old with. Well make a cup of tea or coffee for yourself, and leave this tricky job to us. We have curated unusual and beautiful baby names for boys/girls to name your cherubic bundle of joy. Aabha - Ray of light Aachal - Steady or immovable Aadhya - First Aadipta - Bright Adrika - Mountain, Hill, An Apsara Or Celestial Nymph. Aadya - Excellent and the first or primeval' Aakanksha - Desire Adrishya - One who conceals herself Ameya - One whose merits cant be measured Anokhi - Unique Anoohya - Indescribable Anindita - One who is blameless Ani - One who is unique Anadya - Existing for eternity Anya - One who is a stranger Arohi … [Read more...] about Unusual Names For Babies And Their Meanings
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Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on September 21, 2022 Every year, 21 September is observed as World Alzheimer's Day. A part of the international campaign conducted every September, the day and month aims to raise awareness, and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia. September 2022 will mark the 11th World Alzheimer's Month. The campaign was launched in 2012. The theme for World Alzheimer's Month in September 2022 is Know dementia, know Alzheimer's . On this World Alzhiemer's Day, let us take a look at what the disease is and everything you need to know about the neurodegenerative condition. Globally, an estimated 44 million people are living with Alzheimer's and dementia and by 2050, the number of people age 65 or older with Alzheimer's dementia is projected to reach increase by 68 per cent and will be reported in low and middle-income countries  . disorders-cure Plaques In The Brain May Cause … [Read more...] about World Alzheimer’s Day: Everything You Need To Know About Alzheimer’s Disease
Home Yoga spirituality Faith mysticism Faith Mysticism on September 19, 2022 Durga Puja, is the biggest festival celebrated for Goddess Shakti or Durga in the entire stretch of India. It is especially celebrated with pomp and verve in West Bengal and for other states too, including the state of Odisha, Tripura, Bihar, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat, it is very significant. It is on these six days that good triumphed over evil due to Goddess Durga's miraculous powers. The fierce demon Mahishasura was subdued by Goddess Durga and hence these days are marked for celebration in Indian households. It is time now for every Indian household to celebrate this occasion on all the 6 days of the festival. This year, Durga puja will be celebrated from 01 October 2022 to 05 October 2022. There are several shakti peeths of Goddess Sati for Goddess Durga which draw maximum number of devotees for worship. On this … [Read more...] about Durga Puja 2022: Know About The 500-Year-Old Durga Temple At Nartiang In Meghalaya
Home Home n garden Home N Garden on September 14, 2022 You might have found that getting high-quality kitchen essentials is much harder than it should be if you've ever tried to purchase cookware for a new kitchen or simply to upgrade the quality of the tools in your old kitchen. Doesn't it seem that we are constantly being encouraged to buy products that make our lives easier? Despite all these choices, it's harder than ever to tell the good stuff from the bad. We decided to check out the best kitchen equipment we could get our hands on to solve this problem and make it as easy as possible to stock a minimalist, high-quality kitchen with the help of Amazon. Check it out. 1. Ceramic Biriyani Pot With its high-quality 3-layer Greblon coating, this Biriyani pot features a non-stick interior for easy cooking and cleaning. Impex PEARL biriyani pot features a transparent, anti-skid glass lid that never slips or falls off. … [Read more...] about Amazon Sale On Cookware: Grab Biriyani Pot, Steel Kadhai, Momo/Modak Maker On Huge Discounts!
Home Insync Insync on September 15, 2022 Boosting your child's IQ with educational and developmental toys and interactive books can help them remember, coordinate, and read better. Kids learning toys and games challenge their minds. For instance, if the child stacks blocks but doesn't balance them, he sees them all falling apart. Amazon hoards a collection of books, flashcards, Hindi varnmala etc. that are both fun and educational and what's better - they are on sale! Check the products below: 1. Boxset of 20 Board Books Introduce your child to basic concepts and everyday objects through a wonderful box set of 20 board books. This set of books has well-researched images and accurate labels. It is a great learning tool for kids. In addition to building their English vocabulary, it can also help them to prepare for school. In addition, these handy books can be carried everywhere by children. They aren't sharp, and they are safe … [Read more...] about Amazon Sale On Kids’ Books, Flash Cards, Hindi Varnmala, Learning Kits And More
Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Faith Mysticism on April 10, 2018 Celebrated by the followers of Vallabhacharaya and Lord Krishna, Vallabhacharya Jayanti falls on Magh Shukla Paksh Pratipada. This year, we are celebrating his 539th birthday, on 12th April. Who Was Vallabhacharya? Lord Vallabhacharya was the founder of the Pushti Sect, which was founded after his own interpretation of the Vedanta philosophy. He also founded the philosophy of Shudh Advaita. His stories are famous in the Brij and Nathdwar region of India. He belonged to a Telugu Brahmin family. Lord Krishna had commanded Yagnanaraya, one of the ancestors of Vallabhacharya that he would take birth in the same family after 100 years. So, Yagnanaraya came to the earth again as Vallabhacharaya, a son to Lakshmanna Bhatta and Illama, on the eleventh day of the waning phase of the moon, that is Krishna Paksh Of Chaitra month, in the year 1479 AD. While his … [Read more...] about Vallabhacharya Jayanti: 12th April, 2018
Home Home n garden Decor Decor on September 23, 2022 Storytime, guys - Getting ready for his wife's upcoming party, F. Stuart Foote decided he needed a centrepiece for it. So, he put his presidency at Imperial Furniture Company to good use. He trimmed the legs of a dining table and called it the "coffee table"- and that's how our dear old coffee tables were born! A living room wouldn't be complete without the sofa, which is what's well known. However, a coffee table is the second most important piece of furniture in the same room. It exemplifies the way you mix home interiors with wooden furniture units. Coffee table sets have been one of the most essential pieces of furniture in any home for a long time. They're the trademark of being one of the most required items. Here is a list of 10 Amazon Great Indian Festival coffee tables, which are all at discounted prices! Amazon Great Indian Festival deals on coffee tables. … [Read more...] about Amazon Great Indian Festival: Great Deals On Coffee Tables: Pick From A List Of 10 Items!
Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Faith Mysticism on May 11, 2018 The literal meaning of the word 'pradosh' is - dusk. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Pradosh Vrat is a day of fasting that falls on the 13th day of each lunar fortnight. The belief is that whosoever worships Lord Shiva at the time of dusk on this day, is sure to be blessed with success, wealth and a good life partner. In the month of May, it is falling on the 13th. Puja Vidhi As the name itself signifies, the puja for this day is performed in the evening. The devotee has to observe a fast all day and in the evening, he has to take a bath, wear white clothes, and then offer the puja to the Deity. Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Ganesha, Skanda and Nandi are worshiped. Then, an all-night vigil is also kept in many places, singing songs and prayers to the deity. The deity is offered 'belpatra, gangajal, akshat, dhoop and deep'. Pradosh Vrat Katha Once there … [Read more...] about Pradosh Vrat Will Make You More Prosperous
Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Festivals on September 12, 2022 It was way back in the early part of the 12th century that the Shaiva cult had grown a huge base of followers of whom Kulottunga Chola was the most important one. Although he was a great Shiva devotee, he was attached fanatically to the Shaiva cult. He looked down on the Vaishnava mantras, disrespected holy Basil, and even got the Govindaraja Perumal temple locked down for an indefinite time, after which, he forcibly got an agreement signed, that asked for strict compliance to the Shaivite tradition from everyone. Read on to know how the story connects with Bibi Nachiyar, a Muslim princess who is now enshrined as a deity in the Melkote temple, which is located in Mandya distinct, between Bangalore and Mysore. Bibi Nachiyar: Ramanujacharya Steps In To Tondanur Subjected to excruciating torture following this debacle, people finally informed Sri … [Read more...] about Bibi Nachiyar: Muslim Princess Enshrined As A Deity In The Melkote Temple
Home Health Wellness Wellness on September 13, 2022 As far as road safety is concerned, India holds the record for the worst in the world. India accounts for 11 per cent of the world's accident-related deaths, given the number of accidents that occur every day. Even though seat belts were made mandatory equipment in vehicles in the late 1960s, no seat belt laws required drivers and passengers to wear them. It was not until the late 1980s and 1990s that those laws came into effect  . Wearing a seat belt should become a natural driving habit for every driver across the globe. However, there are still some people who do not understand the benefits of wearing a seat belt. As a result, they're putting themselves in greater danger since the vehicle's safety systems won't protect them. Let's talk about the importance of wearing a seatbelt, whether in the passenger or driver's seat. Importance Of Wearing Seat Belt … [Read more...] about Importance Of Wearing Seat Belt In A Car: 5 Reason Why You Should Always Wear A Seat Belt While On The Road