Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Funny Pictures: High-Tech and Improvise Technologies

Here are some funny pictures about high-tech and improvise technologies.. lols

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High-tech coffin

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Antilia - The One Billion Dollar Home of Mukesh Ambani

This is the extravagant £630 million or $1 billion home built by a billionaire Indian tycoon to house his family-of-four in Mumbai.

With 27 storeys, Antilia will be home to Mukesh Ambani and features a health club with a gym and dance studio, a ballroom, at least one swimming pool and a 50-seater cinema.

Towering above the Mumbai skyline, the 37,000sq ft property is 570ft high and also boasts three helipads on its roof, space for 160 vehicles on its lower floors and nine lifts.

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Antilia, built by tycoon Mukesh Ambani for his family of four, towers 27-storeys over Mumbai, India

Monday, April 4, 2011

Amazing Living Statues: Paintings, Creativity, and Guts

Do you have the guts and determination to pose in how many minutes or maybe hours just to show anybody with your arts? See below pictures of people who paints and disguises themselves as statues.

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How Snakes Make Love

Its very rare to see snakes make love. 
Below are the sequence in pictures on how they do it. 

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Friday, April 1, 2011

England Greatest Landscapes: Paronama pictures by Mark Denton

Here are some picture of England's greatest landscapes. Using a panoramic film camera in the magic hours of sunrise and sunset, Mark Denton has captured England’s greatest landscapes for his new book England: The Panoramas.

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Dawn of aquarius: Salcombe, from Snapes Point in Devon, glitters in the morning light while small craft lie at anchor in an estuary that perfectly reflects the deep blue sky

Wonders of India - Places to visit in India

1. Khajuraho
Lakshmana temple at Khajuraho, India
Lakshmana temple at Khajuraho, a panchayatana temple in Khajuraho, India. Khajuraho has the largest group of medieval (between 950 C.E and 1050 C.E) temples of Hindu and Jain religion. There is perfect fusion of architecture and sculpture at this temple complex, famous for their erotic sculpture. The temples are a UNESCO world Heritage Site. At the Temple of Kandariya, there is a profusion of decorated sculptures considered as one of the greatest masterpieces of Indian art. Built by Chandela dynasty, the temples exhibit stunningly explicit sexual sculptures which were created by the artist's imagination of lovemaking positions prevalent at that time, or based on the rules outlined in the Kamasutra. Many of the sculptors have claimed artistic ownership on many sculptures. Built of sandstone in varying shades of buff, pink or pale yellow, most of the temples belong to the Shiva, Vaishnava or Jaina religious Sects, which are difficult to differentiate from one another.