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Kids Beds - For a Great Night's Sleep

When buying kids beds, first of all, think of safety and comfort. Your kid is going to spend a lot of time in that bed and most of it will not be for sleeping. Kids use their beds for various purposes such as to play house, as a tent, for pillow fights to jump up and down or just to lie and read. Therefore kids beds should be always strong and durable and preferably with lots of space for your kids to stretch out and be comfortable.

The bed frame should be able to withstand rough handling and metal frames are considered to be much better than beds with wooden frames.
Since all children love to jump on their beds and use it as a trampoline it's always safer and worth it in the long run to have an underside with springs that can withstand all that activity.

Kids do tend to collect a lot of stuff which they store in their room. Space wise, however, their bedrooms are smaller than adult bedrooms and therefore furniture should be bought keeping this in mind. Some good ideas for kids b…

Thanjavur Paintings- Pride of India

There are many artistic and cultural works that speak about the greatness of the Indian people and one of the greatest artistic works is the Thanjavur paintings and there are many Thanjavur Paintings for sale Online. There are many specialities in this Thanjavur painting which we are going to look below:

The paintings started its existence since 1600 A.D.The painters from the Vijayanagar Empire migrated to different parts after the defeat of Vijayanagar Empire. Some migrated to Thanjavur and stayed there under the patronage of the Nayakas Empire. The Nayakas were the one who started giving the importance to the paintings. After the defeat of the Nayakas by the Marathas, the painters got more importance as the Marathas were more passionate towards paintings than the Nayakas. Many paintings of the gods, goddess, religious persons and kings were drawn on the temples, palaces and even on buildings.

The older people followed many techniques to draw the paintings. They use…

Enjoy Your Holidays In Mauritius

Being a volcanic island, Mauritius boasts of a range of dramatic mountains ideal for trekking and climbing.
You can explore the rich Mauritian culture by taking a tour of its temples, churches, mosques, and other religious structures. But that's not all.
 The awe-inspiring natural beauty of Mauritius is much beyond this and the only way to experience it is by exploring the island yourself.
If you haven't visited this paradise before or you are traveling there for the first time and thinking of making the most of your trip, here's how you can enjoy a valuable holiday when in Mauritius:

1. Book a Luxury Stay-  Whether you are traveling as a family or with your partner, accommodation is always of a prime concern. And when you are in Mauritius, you wouldn't want to miss the chance staying in some of the best hotels or resorts. Would you? So, when planning your vacation in Mauritius, look for an accommodation which is luxurious and also situated in the best area. Balaclava,…

Five Ayurvedic Tips for Glowing Skin

Every girl wishes to have a beautiful glowing skin! India is the land of Ayurveda with its 5000 years old heritage. Ayurveda heals and protects your skin in the most natural way with no side effects and long and lasting impact. If you are tired of using synthetic products with harsh chemical ingredients, we have a few Ayurvedic beauty tips for you which are easy and simple. Follow these five Ayurvedic tips to get a younger looking and glowing skin.

1. Eat lots of vegetables -
 Having a proper nourished diet is good for your skin cells. Eat fresh and healthy veggies which have high water content in it like cucumber, lettuce, carrot, radish, etc. Having right food helps regenerate skin cells, reduces skin problems, makes your digestion easy and makes your skin smooth and glowing.

2. Keep your skin Hydrated -
Your skin needs to stay hydrated to maintain the glow but the unfortunate truth is that water reaches your organs before reaching your skin. You can keep your skin healthy by applyin…

One More Wedding Bell Rings In B-Town

Finally, One more girl from B-town got married on May 10. Neha Dhupia's and Angad Bedi's marriage came as a big surprise for Bollywood as they secretly tied the knot first and announced it later. Neha got married to Angad Bedi in the capital and the duo had a traditional Sikh wedding.

While everyone was occupied with following what was occurring at the Kapoor Mansion (Sonam Kapoor wedding), no one knew that Neha and Angad Bedi's wedding was in progress at a Delhi gurudwara. Neha Dhupia broke the news of her wedding by means of Twitter and fans were in for an immense shock. Karan Johar was among the primary big names to salute the recently married couple.

On her big day, Neha Dhupia wore a pale pink lehenga and wore kundan jewelry. Angad wore a white sherwani and pink safa; both appeared to keep the wedding look straightforward yet jazzy. "Best decision of my life... today, I married my best friend. Hello there, husband," Neha wrote on Instagram while Angad added: &…

India - Dream It, Dare It and Discover It

Here is a list of the best places to visit in India. These are not just destinations but insane experiences that will surely go down your memory lane. Love it or hate it, your trip to India is guaranteed to be one of the most memorable experiences of your life.

The best way to explore different flavors of the Indian traditions and culture is to take up India's Golden  Triangle. This tour covers three important and vibrant destinations of the country - Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur.  Explorers are fascinated by the journey of odds: each destination offers different history and looks. Visit Delhi to experience the important historical relics of empires. Agra is home to one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world's heritage - The Taj Mahal. You can visit Jaipur, known as India's 'pink city' and also the capital of Rajasthan which is famous for being the most flamboyant state of the country.The Golden Triangle is a classic introduction to India:…

Benefits of Drinking Non-Alcoholic Drinks

Alcohol-free drinks are growing in popularity because they offer the same satisfaction as an alcoholic beverage without its ill effects. They serve as a healthy substitute for their alcoholic counterparts. 
Alcohol-free beer:
Beer without alcohol is as healthy as its traditional counterpart, as rich in vitamins and minerals and fat-free. And yes, it is a perfect substitute for beer when you need to drive. Alcohol-free beer is really a benefit for all beer lovers because it is free of alcohol content and will be totally harmless to the body with the exception of a bit of calorie. Individuals are yet to accept the kind of beer on a wide scale since it's been recognized that drinkers worldwide have two extreme viewpoints when it comes to the alcohol-free beverage. The non-alcoholic beer was made to satisfy the thirst of beer lovers. There are many people who love the taste of alcohol-free beers. This is because non-alcoholic beer has the same taste as compared to the alcoholic drinks. 

Bhangarh - The Most Haunted Place in India

Bhangarh Fort (Fortress in Rundh Bhangarh, Rajasthan) is infamous for being "The Most Haunted Place" in India. It is a 17th-century fort, located at the border of Sariska Tiger Reserve in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. These fort ruins have an eerie and extremely negative aura to them. Numerous paranormal activities and sightings have been reported in the fort due to which no villages lie in its vicinity. ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) has placed a hoarding at its entrance, forbidding the tourists or locals to enter the fortress before sunrise and after sunset. The Bhangarh town was established in 1573 by Bhagwant Das, the Kachwaha ruler of Jaipur for his  second son Madho Singh. There are two contrasting stories attached to the fort, providing a meaning   to its ghostly atmosphere.
1. The Prophecy of the Ascetic  
It is said that Madho Singh had taken permission from an ascetic Bala Nath who  lived in the near  vicinity of the fortress, to raise the fort. Ascetic gra…