A person who is active throughout his life walks an amount that is equivalent to 5 times around the earth.
THE BASICS OF ETIQUETTE
We all have heard the word etiquette. It's the behaviour that is expected when we move in the society. It might seem to be a complex subject.
All you should know about Dengue
Dengue is a virus that is caused by a mosquito named Aedes Aegypti. Only the female mosquitoes of Aedes would bite humans and thereby transmit the disease.
Things you didn't know about Earth
Earth is the only planet that isn't named after a mythological character. Just recount the names of other planets and you will know this fact by yourself.
All about the Oceans
ONLY ONE: Oceans cover about 70% of earth's surface. Though we study that there are five oceans on the earth, they can certainly be treated as ONE largest ocean because all the oceans are combined together.
All about Ramadan
- Ramadan is the most important festival for the Muslims. It is the 9th month of the 12 month lunar calendar followed by Islam.
- Olympics have a history of almost 3,000 years. The first written record about Olympics date back to 776 BC. Greeks used to celebrate these events in honour of Zeus- the thunder god.
Curious facts about planets
Jupiter is such a big planet that all the planets in the solar system can together fit into Jupiter.
Are England, UK and Britain the same!
People often ignore minute geographical differences and get mixed up with various entities. Such minute mistakes might not affect our daily life, but are certainly interesting to note.
Are Rabbits different from Hares?
We often use the words Rabbit as a synonym for Hare. But do you know that both are completely different species!
Though Rabbit and Hare look alike, there are too many differences between them. These are just a few that needs a mention.
Why does chocolate melt in your mouth?
We all love chocolates and have heard too many things about them. But have you ever wondered why it melts as soon as you keep it in your mouth.
Does Crocodiles cry?
We often use the idiom ‘Crocodile tears’ to indicate the sorrow of someone who is not sincere. But do crocodiles cry in reality? And if they cry, is that due to their sorrow? Let’s check out..
Things About Chocolates
- Yes! We all love chocolates. But we are not the only generation to love chocolates. Archaeological evidence dates back to almost 1900 BC since chocolate was first consumed.
- Moon was formed almost 4.5 billion years ago due to a collusion of an asteroid with earth. It has a radius of 1,737 km compared to the 6,371 km radius of earth…