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10 Skin Care Tips for Healthy Skin- Do’s and Don’ts




Skin care

Skincare regime is essential because our superbly hectic lifestyles and missing out can cause havoc on our skin. There are several beauty products on our disposal to help us with this purpose, but do they actually solve our woes? The answer to this lies in the fact that how do we go ahead with their usage. But we tend to follow up on beauty trends. It is usually super confusing as we tend to go towards the stream. The trends are evolving today, and there are so many products in the market that we often end up with the wrong skincare products.

To avoid such mishaps, we should take in consideration a few tips. These tips help us eventually in the long run. Furthermore, these tips give us a clearer perspective on which regime will improve our skin’s health. So, in this article, we will jot down those tips (dermatologically approved) that will help you through your perfect skincare regime.

Maintaining a healthy diet

The diet that we take holds the key to our intra and internal health. It is undeniable that a healthy diet makes our skin glow from within. According to researchers, our skin has a natural barrier that maintains the moisture and essential to this is the omega-3 fatty acid. The biggest source of omega-3 is flaxseeds, and you can add it directly to your diet. Add it to your salads as a dressing or in your bowl of cereals. And make sure that your simple and complex intake is balanced. These pointers will help you maintain a balanced diet.

Greens should be a must

If you are not a big fan of green veggies, you can sneak your greens in your smoothies or any other health juice. Rather than that veritable cup of coffee, opt for a simple smoothie which will oxygenate your skin and reduce any puffy skin. The chlorophyll shot will also boost your metabolism and will bolster up your natural defence system. You will observe immediate improvement in your skin and trust us; this tip will help you in the long run!

Stay hydrated, in and out

Our body is composed of 70% water, and you can naturally deduce that hydration is of utmost importance to our health. A lack of hydration will lead to less radiance and more sagging of the skin. The upper dermis withers away overtime, and a necessitated amount of hydration daily helps with it. 

Choose the correct cleanser for your skin type

Now if we talk about our intra means, then cleanser definitely tops the list of skincare products that are used daily. We often end up with the wrong type of cleanser, by just being attracted to its advertising, retail has got us all bad! To avoid such crucial mishaps, we should first get our skin analysed by a skincare expert and understand our skin type. After this, we can always end up with the best cleanser that suits our skin type. Meanwhile, also watch out for any reactions or if your skin is sensitive to any particular type of product.

Don’t use too many products at the same time

Slathering your skin with various products simultaneously is a horrible decision when it comes to skincare, and the repercussions are often far from favourable. Watch out for such mistakes and go for rather a minimal layering which could be just moisturisers or a good moisturising foundation/day cream, whichever suits your daily schedule. Don’t get influenced by beauty influencers who show that multiple layering is good, but in the long run, you will realise that it harmed the skin more than helping it.

Moisturise twice

Yes, you saw it right, moisturising is the key when it comes to achieving that radiance that we aim for. The skin loses its natural moisture due to external factors and tends to become dry and itchy, and in this situation, regular moisturising becomes our saviour. While buying keep in mind that lotions are a total no-no and fragrant creams are equally harmful.

Direct heat exposure should be avoided

Sunburn is often considered the general form of heat damage but due to known even a few minutes in front of a heater or a fireplace can wreak havoc on your skin. The natural collagen of the skin gets damaged in the process. So, avoid direct exposure to heat as much as you can, like maybe stay 7-8 feet away.

Exfoliate 2-3 times a week

The barrage of dead skin cells that our skin holds on leads to blocking of pores and accumulation of sebum. If not dealt properly with, we can have acne and breakout issues. The answer to this issue would be exfoliation of the skin every week. And it would help if you kept in mind that your exfoliator shouldn’t rob your skin of its natural ph.

Keep your skincare regime minimal

Fad beauty products might attract you at first but in the long run, they harm the skin with irreversible damage. Keep in mind that the faster they are on the shelves, the faster some other product takes their place. Stick to a good cleanser and moisturiser and keep them as the focal point of your skincare regime.

Beauty sleep is a real thing

The designated 8 hours of sleep is near to impossible nowadays, but you can always manage your sleep schedule, smarter sleeping could be the key! Alongside this also choose the right material for your pillowcases which in most cases should be silk. As silk glides and doesn’t add to creasing or wrinkling of skin. The same works for our hair as tangling and breaking reduces. Better skin by just sleeping right, yes please!

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10 Shocking Facts About India You Must Not Be Aware Of




10 Shocking Facts About India You Must Not Be Aware Of

India is an incredible place, and we all know that, right! India is on the bucket lists of every traveller, and there’s no doubt why! The beautiful, diverse landscape of the country with colourful festivals and full of spices cuisines of different cultures are already the best reasons to explore India. But what we actually don’t know are some of the uncovered shocking facts our country holds in its enclasp. 

Even if you are a resident of India or an outsider, you might not be aware of these amazing countries India holds. And let me tell you this, after reading these shocking facts about India you will learn why this country is incredible in its own way. So it’s time to show some love to our PYARA BHARAT and learn some shocking facts about it! 

World’s Highest Post Office Is In India

You might not be aware that the world’s highest post-office is located in India. The Sikkim village of Spiti valley situated in Himachal Pradesh is home to the highest post office at an elevation of 15,550 ft. and it has been operational since 1774. This little post office connects a group of villages in the isolated region from the rest of the world. All the residents of the village come here to post the letters or to deposit their money in the savings accounts. Many travellers come to see this post office and take pride in posting the letters from the world’s highest post office of India. 

The Himalayas Grow Every Year 

Yes, this might be very shocking and unbearable for you, but it is true. The Himalayas grows taller every year by 2 inches. There is no specific magic or any kind of miracle behind this but a purely scientific reason. All of this is possible due to a phenomenon where it happens that the tectonic plates that created the Himalayas keep on shifting their positions so this makes the mountains taller in height. So, as due to the movement of tectonic plates, the Himalayas grow taller; they also fall under their own weight and also grow sideways. This is, so fascination isn’t’ it? 

Rajasthan has a Temple of Rats

India is considered to be one of those countries where some animals are considered sacred, and there are numerous animal wonders associated with our country. Although we might never think of rats to be one of those species which can ever be worshipped there is a temple in Rajasthan that is dedicated to rats. This is so strange right! Thousands of rats have made this temple as their home, and this makes it one of the unique places to visit in India. Many pilgrims and tourists from different cities and countries come to offer their respectful customs in this temple. 

Shani Shingnapur in Maharashtra Is A Village with No Doors 

A village in Shani Shingnapur is a village located in Maharashtra is one of those places where the houses are built with no doors and locks. This is really shocking, especially in India. Legends said that almost 300 years ago, the great god Shani ordered a devotee to make a temple under his name in this village and in return god Shani will protect the village from any type of harm or disguise. However, according to the story, he only had one condition for his time that the temple should be without a roof so he can guard or protect the village. Then was the time and till now villagers in Shani Shingnapur don’t have any locks for doors or any windows in their homes, and you may call it their spirituality, but there have been no cases of theft occurred till present date. 

A Man In Mizoram Has The World’s Biggest Family 

You might not be aware that a man in India has the world’s biggest family, with almost 181 family members. That sounds great, a big happy family. Ziona Chana, a man who hails from Mizoram, had 9 wives with 94 children out of which 14 are daughters-in-law and 33 grandchildren. He has his own mansion of 100 rooms in Baktawng village of Mizoram. The man also holds the title for the world record as the head of the “world’s largest existing family”. With 181 members of the family and still counting, Ziona Chana even got featured in Ripley’s. No wonder why India has so much of population right? 

Bandra-Worli Sea Link Wonder 

So Mumbai people you guys might not know the wonderful fact behind your favourite place. The Bandra-Worli sea link has a very amazing reason to make you love this place a lot more than before. The length of the wires that hold this picturesque Bandra Worli sea link of Mumbai is totally equal to the circumference of the earth. A single steel wire of this bridge can carry 900 tons of weight, and the whole weight of the bridge is approximately equal to 50,000 African elephants. It is truly an incredible engineering and architectural marvel. 

World’s Only Floating Post Office Is Located In Srinagar

Did you know that the world’s only floating post office is located in Srinagar, India? It is situated at the same place which houses India’s only floating market in Srinagar’s Dal Lake. This floating post office rests on a houseboat that also has a beautiful museum inside. This unique floating post office was inaugurated in 2011. It is quite shocking to know that the only floating post office is located in India, making it a unique and indescribable piece of Architecture. 

Varanasi Is The Oldest Surviving City In The World

Many countries claim to be the oldest living cities in the world and for same India is no exception. The holy and spiritual city of Varanasi, also called as Banaras and Kashi is believed to be the oldest surviving and living city in the world. Older than the god, older than the traditions and looks twice older if combined both of them together. It is also said that the person who breathes his last breathe in Varanasi gets salvation after death. This is one of the main reason devotees come for pilgrimage to Varanasi and spend their last days on earth here. 

Kumbh Mela Is Visible from Space

One of the most important festivals and a pilgrimage site for Hindus is said to be the largest gathering on Earth. When the celebration of Kumbh Mela takes place every year, there is a specific festival of more importance at four-year and twelve-year intervals. The number of people who attend this festival and gathering is so huge that the crowd is even visible in the satellite photos that are taken from space. Incredible right! 

The Popular Game of Snakes & Ladders Originated In India 

The popular game that is now sold all across the world Snakes and Ladders sometimes also known as Shoots and Ladders originated from India only. It was firstly created to teach moral lessons about karma in a way that young children would understand it and then remember. So presently, this board game is a big entertainment part of the whole world that was used in India to teach morals to young children. 


So, these were some of the amazing and shocking facts you might not know about India probably according to us. So this article with some shocking facts will definitely make you appreciate India a little more than ever. 

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What Does Hell Look Like?




What Does Hell Look Like?

We generally hear the word “HELL” in our life when people get frustrated with some deeds, and not feeling fit in what they are, in situations like being punished, lack in peace. So what does actual Hell look like? Is it the same we see in some patriotic movies? Do you know that various religions have various types of hells? How are they different from each other? You might have listened to some stories in childhood. Right? Yes! Almost everyone knows what hell looks like in their way(religious). Now we will see how hell looks like in different religions across the world. 



Greeks were the first to make the concept of hell. They called the place Hades. He is the ruler of Hades. The people who did sins will get punishments like vulture eats the liver. It also says that we can’t get food even if it is just before us. The punishment is a person not able to eat an apple placed on one’s head or sentences like pushing a rock from the hill, for eternity it should rollback. 



In Christianity, hell is a fusion of Gehenna(Greek’s ideas of hell) and Hades (Jew’s visions of hell). The people who do sins will get punished in hell and exposed to pain. Gehenna is a place where people who commit sins are burnt. Hades is the area where they will meet endless misery. Milton’s paradise and Dante’s Inferno made the graphic idea of hell. 



From Hinduism, the Hindu people believe that hell is where the souls of people go for sins done while they are alive. Hell is not at all considered to be a permanent place for a soul. Instead, according to them, after the punishment the souls are reborn. They are reborn with merits(either as lower or higher values). Yamaraj controls the hell.

In Hinduism, hell and heaven are both parts of religious history. The name of Hell is Naraka in Hinduism. Chitragupta has accounts of every person with life on the Earth. He has the record of the sins made by people. He is the companion of king Yamaraj. Chitragupta will decide whether a person is going to be sent to hell or heaven according to the record he has. The history of every deed of a live human being is in his book. Punishment is according to his/her acts. 



Buddhism says that Nirvana is the concept that makes a person free from the life cycle. But some Buddhists also believe that hell and heaven do exist.

For Buddhists, hells do not exist. They believe that any person could not escape from the eternal and endless circle of life and death. Buddhism’s idea of hell is very distinct from other religions. They have a different concept with hell and heaven. They believe in after-life (living even after dying). Buddhism says that the images of hell and heaven are psychological and illusional. 



Well, the idea of Sikhism is close to Hinduism and Buddhism on the scale. They don’t have a place like a hell. You have to go through 8.4 million reincarnation cycles and be ruined through death and retaking birth. They believe that a person cannot end when the soul is with ego and selfishness. Their idea of ending life(stopping from taking rebirth) when the soul is pure. 



Jannat and Jahanum are the concepts of hell for Muslims. They believe that people who commit sins will suffer from torture and punishment. The sinner is made to wear a fire garment and lashed with iron rods. If the sinner tries to escape, they are dragged back and told to taste conflagration’s torment. They believe in sinners getting more torture and eternal pain. 



Judaism is a religion of Jews. They believe that hell is more of a place where the soul gets cleaned. They believe in making pure souls rather than punishing. Some Jews even believe in Sheol. Sheol is the place where everything is dark and gloomy. Every jew is supposed to go through this place before entering heaven. It means heaven bids you after Sheol. It cleans the sins committed by people. Sheol is a pit stop place. Sheol is a mythical place. So they believe in cleansing the soul after death and before going into heaven.



Zoroastrianism’s concept of hell is selecting people who are sinners and making them fall into hell. The process is making them walk on the bridge, and only pure and righteous souls will go to a maiden. If the soul is not pure and not righteous, the bridge turns, and they fall from the bridge into hell. The name of the bridge is Chinvat Bridge or called a bridge of separation. The good thing here is that there is no eternal suffering. If someone falls into hell, then they leave with a pure soul. 



Diyu is the place where Chinese sinners go after death. The sinners face exposure to tortures. The punishment is round-based. After the first round of torture gets complete, the souls then send to the second round and repeat. There are various levels and chambers in Diyu. They are allowed to speak out for the sins committed when alive. There are courts of hell and ruled by judges. Some say there are three courts, and some say ten courts. 



Shinto is followed mostly in Japan. Yo-no-Kuni or Yomi is the destination where the dead ones go. The great Deity of Yomi rules Shinto. The name of Grand Deity is Izanami no Mikoto. The belief is that it is impossible to get back to living land if a person ate at the heart of Yomi. The religion lies between Buddhism and Confucianism on the scale. The Greek concept of Hades and Shinto’s idea of Yomi is much similar. 

These are different types of hells in different religions, but ultimately the punishment is the same for almost all religions. Don’t MAKE YOUR LIFE HELL even after death, be careful and do not commit any sins. All you need to do is just stay as a pure and honest soul and attain peace.  

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Interesting Things to Know About Taj Mahal




Over the years, the Taj Mahal has been a center of attraction, and why not, after all? It is the only destination of India that comes under the category of 7 wonders of the world. We all had learned about the basic things about the Taj Mahal that when it was constructed, who was behind it, who constructed and other stories in our school time. On the other hand, since the Taj Mahal has been a popular site, several stories have been revolving around it. At one point in time, there were also some claims that the monument was a Hindu temple, though there’s no evidence to say that. Apart from that, some stories said it was built by a Hindu king. So you can see how many interesting stories are revolving around this beautiful site. 

The Taj Mahal, which was constructed in 1632, commissioned by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to gift his favorite and beautiful wife, Mumtaz, has survived all the claims. But there are some major facts about this beautiful monument that is a symbol of love of the couple Shah Jahan and Mumtaz that every individual is aware of. So here are the five interesting things to know about the Taj Mahal: 

Agra was not the preferred location for the Taj Mahal

The city Agra has been a quite prominent name on the world map, and just because it is home to the Taj Mahal. And for thought thinking about that it was not supposed to be built here is strange! But it is true. Agra, a small city in the state of Uttar Pradesh, was not supposed to be the original site for the construction of this beautiful monument Taj Mahal. Mumtaz died while she was giving birth to a child in Madhya Pradesh. Taj Mahal was supposed to be built here near the Rapti river, but Burhanpur couldn’t supply much white marble to construct the monument, so the remains of Mumtaz Mahal were transported to Agra, where we now see Taj Mahal. 

Shah Jahan wanted a black Taj Mahal too

According to the past stories, Shah Jahan wanted to construct one more Taj mahal with black marble across the banks of the Yamuna river. But the plan got abandoned, and the credit for the same goes to Aurangzeb, who overthrew Shah Jahan from his throne and imprisoned his father, Shah Jahan. If we believe the rumors, the ruins of black stones were found near the banks of the Yamuna river. But after the research, it revealed that they were just the white marble stones that had turned black over time. 

Shah Jahan dismembered the artisans

If we think of Shah Jahan, who went to such lengths to create a monument for his love, killing or dismembering the people who constructed this monument would be impossible to believe. But if we believe the rumors, there have been stories where it was told that Shah Jahan dismembered all the artisans who constructed the Taj Mahal so that they cannot share the construction formats with any other king or future ruler so that Taj mahal stays one of a kind. However, currently there is not even a single evidence about the truth of these stories. 

British were never in favour of destroying the Taj Mahal

There were several stories where it was said that Britishers wanted to destroy the Taj Mahal. In which it was the story where the man connected to this story named Lord William Bentick, the governor-general of India, had plans to bring down the Taj Mahal and actually auction it. But again, there’s no proof that this is true, but yes Agra Fort was indeed auctioned but not Taj Mahal. 

A lamp inside this monument has got lord Curzon’s name on it

Lord Curzon, who was the viceroy of India during the British rule, had dedicated a great time and money to the Taj Mahal. You are going to witness a bronze lamp hanging. This is considered to be a notable gift from Curzon to Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal. The lamps that were installed in the Taj mahal took two long years to make. Few letters were inscribed on the lamp in Persian language and those were: “ Presented to the Tomb of Mumtaz Mahal by Lord Curzon, Viceroy 1906”. It was a replica from the Sultan Baibars mosque lamps, and Curzon advised the artisans to take the idea from that piece. 


The history of the Taj Mahal is indeed an interesting one, but the things which have not been much focussed in our history books about the Taj Mahal were even more interesting, wasn’t it? This article might have helped you learn about the lesser-known interesting facts about the Taj Mahal, and you might get your reasons to plan your trip to the Taj Mahal right now. Even if you have been to this place, you might be happy that you witness such an iconic place associated with so many interesting facts. 

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