Monthly Archives: April 2018

Foods That Help Get Rid Of Dark Circles

  • Dark circles take time to cure and require great discipline
  • Maintaining a better lifestyle and consuming vitamin-rich food may help
  • Foods that may help you to get rid of your dark circles

Under eye skin is one the most delicate parts of our body. Consuming alcohol, lack of sleep, ageing, caffeine and lack of proper intake of water can result in dark circles around our eyes. Sometimes dark circles are so stubborn that we end up trying all the possible remedies in attempts to get rid of them but no happy results. What we usually don’t think of is that maintaining a better lifestyle and consuming vitamin-rich food may help us in getting rid of these dark circles. We need to be more conscious about the intake of our food. Consuming foods that are rich in vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin A and vitamin E may help in reducing your dark circles. Drinking at least 2 litres of water every day and taking eight hours of sleep daily can fix the problem. Hydrating foods, mineral-rich foods and the foods that have circulation-boosting antioxidants are a plus.
Having said that, we have rounded up a list of foods that may help you to get rid of your dark circles:


Cucumber is a classic beauty food that has a high-water content, which hydrates our body and helps to fight against dark circles. It contains collagen-boosting silica, skin-strengthening sulphur along with vitamins A, C, E, and K, which increase the elasticity of blood vessels and helps remove the dark circles.

Cucumber hydrates our and helps to fight against dark circles


Watermelon has a high-water content, almost 92%, which helps to balance the water ratio in our body. It also contains beta carotene, lycopene, fibre, vitamin B1 and B6, vitamin C, potassium, and magnesium that support our eye health.

Watermelon balance the water ratio in our body


Tomato consists of powerful antioxidants that help in protecting the delicate blood vessels under our eyes and further encourages better blood circulation. Tomatoes are also rich in lycopene, lutein, beta carotene, quercetin, and vitamin C that are known for maintaining healthy skin regime.

Tomato protects the delicate blood vessels under ours eyes


Sesame is regarded as a ‘magic food’, and you ask why? It is rich in vitamin E that helps to ease the formation of dark circles. It is known to eliminate the dark circles by nourishing the eyes and the ocular.

Sesame helps to ease the formation of dark circles

Black Currant

Black currant is known to improve our blood circulation, especially to the optical nerve of our eyes. It contains anthocyanins that supply more oxygen to the tissues, further helping to reduce dark circles under the eyes.

Black currant impoves the blood circulation, especially to the optical nerve of our eyes

By eating these foods, you may get rid of your dark circles naturally. But, remember dark circles take time to cure and require great discipline. A regular healthy diet and skin care program should be followed to notice the positive change.

These 8 Hollywood Actors Who Want To Work With Indian Actors

Hollywood industry is one of the biggest film industry in the world. The Hollywood films are full of action, drama and entertainment. And their celebrities are too famous in the world. But nowadays Bollywood industry are getting more attraction and fame in the world. Our Bollywood celebrities are showing immense talent in the Hollywood. They are getting too much attention and media coverage.

Also, Indian celebs performed in the Hollywood Industry like actress Priyanka Chopra played a role in Quantico, Amitabh Bachchan’s stellar performance in The Great Gatsby, Anil Kapoor’s amazing role in Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, these celebrities have proved their talent abroad.

Today we come up with the list of Hollywood celebrities who want to work with our Indian celebrities. Have a look:

Gerard Butler – Priyanka Chopra

In 2009, the Scottish Hollywood actor Gerard Butler visited India. He is a big fan the actress Priyanka Chopra. Also, reports said that the actor even sat on his knees and proposed Priyanka Chopra for marriage.

Daniel Radcliffe – Shah Rukh Khan

One of the best-known actor of Hollywood industry, Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) is a big fan of Shah Rukh Khan. Once the Daniel said that “Shahrukh Khan is very famous in the UK, I am also his big fan, he is definitely an epitome of style and class.”

Jean Claude Van Damme – Aishwarya Rai

The Belgian actor Jean Claude Van is a huge fan of the actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Aishwarya is one of the most famous actresses around the globe. The famous actor whose has several superhit movies like The Expendables 2, Hard Target and Kickboxer, is a die-hard fan of the Aishwarya.

Sylvester Stallone – Salman Khan

One the famous actor was asked Salman on Twitter, he mentioned: “We should make an action film together.” Meanwhile, Salman is busy in the shooting of Race 3 and the actor wished him for its success on his Twitter handle.

He mentioned, “OK, EVERYBODY let’s try this AGAIN, good luck to the very talented Salman Khan on his upcoming new film Race 3! (If this is wrong I give up!) LOL.”

Tom Cruise – Sonam Kapoor

Tom Cruise is a big fan of the Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor. According to the news, Tom himself had said that if he is cast in a Bollywood movie, then he will not refuse to do so.

Kristen Stewart – Hrithik Roshan

The famous Hollywood actress Kristen Stewart, who is most famous for ‘The Twilight Saga’. She has said that if she has a son, then she would like him to look like the actor Hrithik Roshan. Also, she added that she desires to work with the Indian actor.

Kim Kardashian – Salman Khan

Hollywood’s famous actor and TV star once interview that, “I want to work with both Salman and Shahrukh, I am a big fan of Salman.”

Robert Pattison – Shah Rukh Khan

The famous Hollywood actor said that “Yes I have seen Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. I think it was one of the best Hindi films.” Also, he added that Shahrukh is his favourite actor.


India is a country of diversity and probably you will not see such diversity in any other country in the world. Different types of people live here happily and more than 1600 languages are spoken. Why is India so special in the whole world? Here are a few things that you should know.

In the honor of Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, the former president of Indian, Switzerland celebrated 26th May as Science Day. Because he was a great president as well as a great scientist.

After the United States of America, India has the second largest population in the world who speak English.

India is the only country in the whole world to have indigenous built a supercomputer besides the United States of America and Japan.

India has never invaded (occupied) any country in last 1,00,000 years of it’s history. This trend of India reflects it’s simple nature.

Indian Railways is the 6th largest employer in the world and has provided employment over 1.4 million people.

Until 1896, India was the only source of diamonds in the whole world and it is said that world’s most precious diamond (Koh-i-Noor) was found in India.

There is no shortage of scientists and engineers in India because India holds the second place in the number of largest scientists and engineers.

Top 10 tallest statues in the world

10. The Mother Calls, Russia, 87 meter

The mother calls statue was built between 1942 August – 1943 February. It is located in the industrial city of Volgograd in Russia. This statue have a height of 87 meters, the swords itself have length of 33 meters.

9. Grand Buddha at Lingshan, China, 88 meter

This statue of Buddha is located in Longshan mountain,China. The statue have height of 88 meters, completely made of bronze and weight is 700 tons.

8. Great Buddha of Thailand, 92 meter

The construction of this statue started in 1990 and completed in 2008. The entire statue made of cement and covered with golden paint.

7. Peter the Great statue, Russia, 96 meter

Peter the great statue weighs 100 tons and it unveiled in the year 1997. It was built in the memory of Russian emperor Peter I.

6. Sendai Daikannon, Japan, 100 meter

5. Emperors Yan and Huang, China, 106 meter

The construction of these statues started in 1987 and took 20 years to complete. Government has spent $22.5 millions for the construction of these statues.

4. Guan Yin of the South Sea of Sanya, China, 108 Meter

The statue of Guan Yin, Buddhist Goddess of compassion, have three different faces. It is to represent the blessing from Goddess all over the world. It took almost 6 years to complete the construction.

3. Ushiku Daibutsu, Japan 110 meter

The statue have height of 110 meter without measuring 10 meter tall base. This Buddha statue was completely made of Bronze.

2. Laykyun Setkyar, Myanmar, 116 meter

It is the second tallest statue in the world.The construction of the statues had started in 1996 and completed in 2008.

1.Spring Temple Buddha, China, 153 meter

The construction has started in the year 1997 and completed in the year 2008. The statue is standing on 20 meter tall lotus throne, which consist 1100 pieces of copper cast.

Get ready for the the tallest statues in the world which is constructing in Gujrat, India. Yes you listen correct, in india. That statue is “The Statue of Unity”.

The height will be 182 meter and it will inaugurate on October 31.

When Creativity is at Its Best

There is no shortage of people with a creative mind. Some people do creative things for their happiness while some make it their profession. Whatever you say, such creative minds surely wonder people with their creativity. Take a look at these pictures and try to understand the thinking of its creator.

The creator of this image named it, ‘Black Hole in the Milky Way’. The image is looking beautiful and very meaningful. Anything is possible if you can imagine.

The artist has beautifully shown the changing season in this picture. On the left side, you can notice the fall while another side is appearing as spring.

In this picture, the autumn season is shown in which a man’s hand is drawing leaf with a pencil which is actually a dry tree.

This structure is also a great example of creativity. You might be surprised to know that this is not a photoshopped image. This is in actual somewhere in the world. We don’t know where it is.

People even paint their body parts to show their creativity. Something similar you can see in this picture. Something similar has happened in this picture in which the artist made his hand look like an eagle.

‘Elephant soul’, this is what the artist has said about this image. He has made an image of an elephant’s soul using his imagination.

The Story of Odisha

A vast landmass, having sea in one direction and land locked on rest of the sides, is how Odisha looks on the Google Map. Known to many for its beautiful temples and equally beautiful people, one may find it hard to believe that once this state fought for its very existence and its language. This is the story of my native land.

In the ancient days, Kalinga , as it was known in those days was a stronghold in maritime trade. Merchants, known as the Sadhabas used to sail to the far east island of Java and Sumatra for business. Over the few centuries, the land which was already famous for being the abode of Lord Jagannath, residing at the 11th century established temple at Puri, went through many upheavals of its own. Ransacked multiple times during the Maratha wars and countless infighting between the princely states left the state vulnerable and at the mercy of the Britishers. And as it happens, much of its boundary were encroached by the neighbouring states and it became a part of the much larger Bengal providence. The state even witnessed horror in the form of ‘Na Anka Durvikhya’, where almost a million people died in a famine, whose architect were the British. Much abused, the state was left to fend for itself.

When the state was reeling under the horrendous rule of the British, a few gentleman were preparing themselves to fight the oppression inflicted upon them. Gouri Shankar Roy, Gopabandhu Das and the first barrister of the state Madhusudan Das realised that to become a single entity, they needed their own identity. And what better motive than to form an identity over the language they all spoke? As a part of a systematic rebel, the parts which were under the rule of the neighbouring states, started promoting the literature and the culture of Odisha. The prominent figures who were involved in this movement were Maharaja Krushna Chandra Gajapati, Fakir Mohan Senapati, Gangadhar Meher, Radhanath Ray and Pandit Nilakantha Das. After a long battle with the system, finally on April 1st, 1936, the independent state of Orissa, as it was known at that time, came into existence.

Over the last eighty years, Odisha has progressed to reach to a prosperous state, where it’s been recently declared as an dream destination for FDI. For the generations to come, tomorrow will definitely be a much happier place. And it has become possible only because of a few good men, who fought for our generation. It’s in our hands to make Odisha a better place for the next generation.

Odia and Proud.