Monthly Archives April 2015

This Indian Kid Died At 7. What He Did In Those 7 Years Will Amaze You

Named after Clint Eastwood, Edmund Thomas Clint was an Indian child prodigy who was born in the town of Kochi in Kerala. Even though he died at the age of 7, due to a kidney failure, he is known for having drawn over 25,000 paintings during his short life. Normally, it would take years of analytical study and training to draw such paintings. But Clint started drawing at 2 and had painted some of his best works by the time he died. It is documented that  at the age of 5, he secured first place in a competition held for painters below the age of 18. Can you imagine where he would be if he were still alive?

 Watch the first 30 seconds of this video. You’ll be hooked.

 

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26 Extremely Rare Photos From 1947 That Show The Horror Of Partition

After gaining independence from British Raj, India was to be divided into two separate countries (India and Pakistan). A major population exchange happened with around 25 million people relocating to their new homes and what followed was complete chaos. A large evil loomed over the population that was shifting to a new country once the borders were drawn. Religious riots along with acts of oppression and cruelty marked this huge event as a dark blot on the history of the two countries.

The horror and the magnitude of suffering was unimaginable, but here are a few photos that depict the dismay of the people who crossed borders and the horrible state it left both the countries in:

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GOLDEN TEMPLE ( HARMANDHIR SAHIB ) AERIAL VIDEO

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Credit :- GOLDEN TEMPLE ( HARMANDHIR SAHIB ) AERIAL 4K VIDEO
Credits To SGPC , Sri Saheb Production (Malaysia) , & all sewadars involved in producing this video.
Audio By : Balvinder Singh (Australia)

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Here Are Your April Tarotscopes (Not Horoscopes)

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Tarotscopes are done using Tarot cards. These are different from the more commonly seen “horoscopes.” The history of Tarot runs back to the 14th century and many cultures believe there is great validity to tarot cards and what they can tell when readings are performed correctly.

Of course like anything, they also come with criticism. Our thoughts? Have fun with it, see how the answers or pieces of wisdom make you feel but don’t feel like you need to put all your eggs in one basket.

Taroscopes For April

Aries

Aries, you’re moving in a new direction this month. A promising opportunity is taking you on a new path, which holds many possibilities for success and fulfillment...

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The Curious Case of Eleven (11) Missing Days in 1752

Why Our Calendars Skipped 11 Days in 1752

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Six and a half million Britons went to bed on September 2, 1752, and woke up on September 14. The reason? The Calendar (New Style) Act of 1750, of course.

Year 1752 (MDCCLII) was a leap year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar, and a leap year starting on Wednesday of the Julian calendar. In the British Empire, it was the only year with 355 days, as September 3 through September 13 were skipped when the Empire adopted the Gregorian calendar.

t all happened when Pope Gregory XIII ordered a change from Julian to the Gregorian Calendar in 1582, they had to cut down 11 days! Therefore, days were cut out between 2nd and 14th September 1752...

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