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Seashore of Lord Howe Island, Australia
Some 370 miles east of the Australian mainland lies Lord Howe Island. Uninhabited when the British first came upon it in 1788, the Island served for nearly a century as a port for whalers. As that industry declined, trade in the native kentia palm boomed, along with regular visits... Read more
Events That Shaped History – The first Aeronautics
How today’s aerospace world evolved…from the earliest dreams of flying,,, to the 12 second airplane flight that gave humanity its wings… to a planet driven by aerospace an now venturing ever deeper into space. First successful heavier – than – air machine flight, Aviation was really born on the... Read more
The sword of Tipu Sultan and Wootz steel
We begin the story of Indian steel and iron metallurgy by recounting the famous story of Tipu Sultan who ruled Mysore till 1799, fought four wards with the British and died fighting with his sword in his hand. Tipu’s legendary swords are now part of valuable collections in museums... Read more
Events That Shaped History – The invention of the Model T Ford
The model T. also known as the “tin Lizzie,” changed the way Americans live, work and travel. Henry Ford’s revolutionary advancements in assembly-line automobile manufacturing made the Model T the first car to be affordable for a majority of Americans. For the first time car ownership became a reality... Read more
Event that shaped history – Special Theory Of Relativity
Albert Einstine was born in Wuttemberg, Genrmany on March 14th 1879. He studied Maths and Physics in Germany and then Switzerland. In 1905 After graduating, In 1905, Albert Einstein determined that the laws of physics are the same for all non-accelerating observers, and that the speed of light in... Read more
The BJP Government – A party with a difference: united, disciplined, dedications and scams
When the BJP came to power as the leading party in the NDA, friendly journalists and other sympathetic analysts were fond of saying that responsibility and power would smoothen the rough edges of the party, strengthen the moderates and tame the extreme elements. The BJP projected itself as a... Read more
The Amazing Princess – ‘Godiva – Gift of God ‘
Godiva was Latin word which mean God-gift or Godgyfu in English, Princess Godiva appears in the history of Ely Abbey, the liber Eliensis at the end of the 12th century. In the 11th century Princess Godiva and her husband Leofric lived in Coventry, England. Her husband was a powerful... Read more
Germany After The World War II In Photographs By Josef Heinrich Darchinger
Germany after the war 1952 – 1967 It was no more than eight years after the surrender of the Nazi government when Josef Heinrich Darchinger set out on his photographic journey through the West of a divided Germany. The bombs of World War II had reduced the country’s major... Read more
The Amazing Princess Hypatia – Ancient Alexandria’s Great Female Scholar
One day a violent mob dragged a women on the street Alexandria, abused and striped her, beat her brutally with the stones and roffing tiles, they tored her body apart and burnt it. Why was young woman killed by mob? Who was behind this brutal killing? What wrong she... Read more

National Geographic released the first copy of their iconic magazine in 1888. To kick off their 130th birthday celebrations in 2018, they created an amazing timelapse video featuring 130 years worth of National Geographic magazine covers shown in under two minutes. Over the last 130 years, National Geographic has changed the look of its magazine…

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