Myths we should stop believing in our twenties

Both dreams and myths are important communications from ourselves to ourselves. If we do not understand the language in which they are written, we miss a great deal of what we know and tell ourselves in those hours when we are not busy manipulating the outside world.

By: Erich Fromm


1) Going to college is a pretty safe guarantee of a job




2) One religion is correct




3) Early to bed and early to rise allows for greater productivity




4) Marriage can make you rid away from loneliness




5) There is a single definition of success




6) There is a “us” and a “them”




7) Cold weather gives you cold




8) Figure out purpose of your life




9) There is something wrong with us




10) You have to be dishonest to be successful






10 KickAss Status Used in Whatsapp

These are some of the really cool and flavours of whatsapp status that can create your own swag in the group.

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10 Truly Haunted Places of India

1. Bhangarh Fort | Alwar | Rajasthan

Bhangarh is a place between Jaipur and Delhi known for its ruins. Bhangarh is also a prehistoric site.Entry to Bhangarh is legally prohibited between sunset and sunrise. A signboard posted by ASI (Archaeological Survey of India), which is a Government of India organization, specifies the instructions. Visitors are not allowed in the area after sunset, owing to the paranormal activities reported inside.


2. Dow Hill | Kurseong | West Bengal

Kurseong is a hill station and sub-divisional town in the Darjeeling district of the Indian state of West Bengal.It seems that this entire hill-station is more or less a ghost town. This town is over-shadowed with haunted buildings, haunted roads and mysterious forests.


3. GP Block | Meerut | Uttar Pradesh

This GP Block although not well known but is to be found one of the most haunted areas in the city’s history. The most bizarre occurrences have been reported in this area. The building is double-storeyed and apparently, houses a lot of evil spirits. Four men can be seen having drinks – the same sighting has been reported by a lot of people, exact in detail.


4. The Shaniwarwada Fort | Pune | Maharashtra

Built in 1746,it was the seat of the Peshwa rulers of the Maratha Empire.The fort itself was largely destroyed in 1828 by an unexplained fire, but the surviving structures are now maintained as a tourist site. the walls of this fort have mysterious tales to tell.


5. Ramoji Film City | Hyderabad | Telangana

A lot of hotels in the Ramoji Film City have been reported to be haunted. Locals believe that it is because the film city is built on the lands of Nizam Sultans that it experiences paranormal activities. Time and again, people have reported mysterious shadows, spooky figures appearing and disappearing and knocking sounds on doors.


6. Jatinga Valley | Assam

Jatinga is a beautiful valley in Assam. But come September, a particular stretch observes mysterious bird suicides in large numbers on every moonless night. The birds migrate to this place every year but not one of them flies back. What’s the reason for these bird suicides? Even scientists have been trying to figure out since a long time, but there’s no definite answer.


7. Tunnel No 33 | Shimla

The tunnel no. 103 falls on the Shimla-Kalka railway track. People believe that there’s not one but many spirits that live inside it. It is damp and dark inside, and some people have even experienced a British spirit talking to them audibly. People have even seen a woman’s spirit pass through the walls of the tunnel.


8. Brij Raj Bhavan Palace | Kota | Rajasthan

The palace still houses the ghosts of a British general and his son who died in the same place during the revolt of 1857. According to the guards, the ghosts are generally harmless, but there have been instances when they have been slapped by invisible people during the night.


9. Feroz Shah Kotla | Delhi

This place is beautiful as well has mysterious, however it’s just the Djinns now, who dwell in these ruins. The place is said to be visited by fairies, numerous suicides have taken place here and although the authorities deny it, most buildings around are built facing the other way.


10. National Library | Kolkata

There have been so many instances of supernatural occurrences at the National Library. Ghosts of labourers who died building the library have been spotted. Long ago, there was a student who entered the library to do his research but never returned. A lot of people say that every morning, letters and papers are found scattered on desks in the library.


Source: Wikipedia

10 Quotes Can Change Your Life

These inspirational quotes from famous people can change the way you see your life .

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BABA Vanga Predictions(The visible and invisible world)

Baba Vanga  was a blind bulgarian mystic, clairvoyant, and herbalist from the region of macedonia, Vanga claimed that her extraordinary abilities had something to do with the presence of invisible creatures, but she could not clearly explain their origin. She said that those creatures gave her information about people, which she could not transmit to them, because distance and time didn’t matter. 

2018 New China becomes a world power. Developing countries in turn operated from exploiters.


2023 A little bit of change in the Earth’s orbit.


2025  Europe still little settled.


2028 Launched a manned spacecraft to Venus.


2033  The polar ice are melting. Greater levels of the oceans.


2043 The world economy is thriving. In Europe, Muslims

2046  any bodies (organs) can be manufactured (cloning?). Replacing the bodies is becoming one of the best methods of treatment.


2066  During the attack on the Muslim Rome, the United States used a new kind of weapon – the climate. The sharp cooling (instant freezing).

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2084 The restoration of nature.


2097  The rapid aging defeated.


2164 Animals turn half-human.


2183  A colony on Mars becomes a nuclear power, and demands independence from the Earth (like when – the United States from England).


2288  Travel back in time (Time Travel invented?). New contacts with aliens.


3005 The war on Mars. Violated the trajectory of the planet.


4509  Getting to Know God. The man has finally been reached such a level of development that can communicate with God.

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5079  End of the World.



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10 Types Of Job Seeker

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    4. Some Move Out To Abroad For Further Studies After Not Getting Expected Package.gre_resize.jpg

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    6. Some Are Not Happy With The Timings And Are Not Restless Soul, So They Prefer For Government Jobs.Government-Jobs.jpg

    7. Some Make Up Their Mind For BPO/KPO In Last Semester.about_banner.jpg

    8. Some Can’t Work Under Anyone So Either They Go For Family Business Or

    9. Some Are Busy Applying Online And Contacting Consultancies.consultancy-services.jpg

    10. Some Are There Who Finally Finds Out, What They Want To Do and What Makes Them Happy.101603586-127540653.600x400.jpg

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7 Signs Of Indian Railways.

Indian Railways is the biggest railway system of Asia and the second biggest railway system of the world, that is why you can see a lot of humour and love in the rails while travelling. All you need to do is observe people nearby and it can slit your distance a little bit.

1. The moment people stand in front of entrance they  get greetings from entering passengers.


2. Relatives living near by stations come to meet up specially for food delivery.


3. Those who hate travelling, their alternative.



 4. You can find the most irritating kids on planet.


5. If You are able to keep only your toes to balance yourself, guess what festive season has started.


6. Travelling in railway is like, i am just a person who is human, down to earth enjoying life…




7. If you dare to do tatkal ticket knowing that semester exams can be cleared but this will not, the result is



Great Himalayas: 10 Must Do Treks


Home to the mighty Mt Everest, Pin Parvati and hundreds of bewitching peaks, trekking and conquering the magnificent Himalayan Range has always been a favourite and a dream for adventure enthusiasts.

A trek here will take you from snow-capped mountains to lush exotic landscapes. So here is a list of the ten most fascinating Himalayan treks for all the adventure lovers.

1.  Roopkund Trek

Heaven is here!

Heaven is here! (Image Source: 1.BP)

Height: 16,500ft

Duration: 7-9 Days

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Best Season: September to October

Located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, part of the Garhwal Himalayas, Roopkund Trek will take you through opaque virgin forests, astonishing brooks, dramatic campsites and evergreen paddock. At the top of the trek is the Roopkund Lake, which remains frozen most part of the year. Roopkund Lake also known as the Mystery Lake is also famous for the hundreds of human skeletons that can be found around the lake.

Expenditure: INR 8,500 per person (approx.)

2. Om Parvat Trek

The 'OM' parvat!

The ‘OM’ parvat!  (Image Source: Charanik)

Height:  14,816ft

Duration: 10-11 days

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Best Season: May to October

An ancient holy peak surrounded by fascinating mythological stories, Om Parvat is also known as AdiKailash, ChotaKailash, Baba Kailash, and Jonglingkong. The only “OM” formations in the Himalayas to be discovered among the 8 such natural formations; Om Parvat is part of the Kailash trilogy in the Himalayas. Located at an altitude of 6,191m, Om Parvat Trek will take you through bewitching landscapes. This trek is highly recommended for seasoned trekkers.

Expenditure: INR 40,000 per person (approx.)

3. Chadar Trek

The 'chadar' of ice

The ‘Chadar’ of ice (Image Source:Adventures365)

Height: 11,123

Duration: 9 Days

Difficulty Level: Challenging

Best Season: January to February

A winter-trail in the Zanskar region of Ladakh, Chadar Trek is not for the faint-hearted. Considered as one of the most daring treks in the Himalayas, the trail of Chadar Trek is through the frozen Zanskar River. The trek will take you to Zanskar Valley and covers a distance of around 105 km in 15 days. The best time to do the Chadar trek is January to February,

Expenditure: INR 20,500 per person (approx.)

4. Hampta Pass

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Height: 14,100ft

Duration: 4-5 Days

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Best Season: June to September

If you are new to trekking, the Hampta Pass Trek is perfect to start your adventure. Located between the scenic Lahaul and Kullu valleys, trekkers will be rewarded with prismatic glaciers views, gorgeous alpine forests and the mighty Himalayan Range.

Expenditure: INR 9,500 per person (approx.)

5. Goecha-la Trek

Feel the most enchanting experience

Feel the most enchanting experience (Image Source: Thrillophilia)

Height: 16,000ft

Duration: 11 Days

Difficulty Level: Easy

Best Season: April to June

Though Goecha La serves as a getaway to the mesmerising Kanchenjunga National Park, the trek up here is nothing less than epic. The trek starts from Yuksom, Sikkim and this 90 km adventure will take you through landscapes dotted with multi-coloured flowers and fauna, lush forest, laidback meadow and the gorgeous Rathong Chu River. That’s not all, breathtaking views of Kabru and Kanchenjunga await at the end of the trek.

Expenditure: INR 14,000 per person (approx.)

6. Kuari Pass Trek

Next to cloud 9

Next to cloud 9 (Image Source: Blue Poppy Holidays)

Height: 12,736

Duration: 6 Days

Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate

Best Season: December to March

Famous for winter treks, the winter view along the Kuari Pass is considered by many as one of the best views in the Himalayas. The trek starts from Joshimath, a gathering point for many a spiritual pilgrimage. Kuari Pass, situated in the Garhwal Region of Uttarakhand will take you through lavish Himalayan meadows (called ‘Bugyals’ in the local tongue), lush forest and chance to explore the many tributaries of the Ganges.

Expenditure: INR 8,000 per person (approx.)

7. Har ki Dun Trek

In another world

In another world (Image Source: Adventure Nation)

Height: 11,676ft

Duration: 7-8 Days

Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate

Best Season:  March to June and September to November

A picture perfect valley guarded by dense alpine forest, the trek to Har Ki Doon will take you through some of the few untouched settlements in the Garhwal Himalayas region. A favourite among adventure lovers, trekkers can feast their eyes on breath-taking landscapes, glaciers, enjoy bird watching and soak in the culture and the laidback lifestyle of the small settlements along the trek.

Expenditure: INR 10,800 per person (approx.)

8. Homkund Ronti Saddle

It's thrilling!

It’s thrilling! (Image Source: Wanderlust)

Height: 16,863 ft

Duration: 10-11 Days

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Best Season:  June to July

A high altitude mountain pond located adjacent to the dominating Trishul and Nanda Ghunti, Homkund is a newly discovered trekking location. The trek follows through Ronti Saddle via Channia ghat to end in Sithail. Apart from ensuring you with some dramatic locations, from here, trekkers can enjoy mesmerising view of Nanda Devi.

Expenditure: INR 8,000 per person (approx.)

9.Valley of Flowers Trek

For scenic beauty

For scenic beauty Image Source: 3.BP

Height: 12,000 ft

Duration: 6-7 Days

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Best Season:  July to September

A mislaid pathway led to the discovery of the Valley of Flowers by Frank Smith, an explorer, today, it stands as one of the most popular trekking destinations in the Himalayas. Located in Uttaranchal, every year as the snow melts; myriad species of flowers come alive and paint the entire valley with an array of colours.

Expenditure: INR 7,500 per person (approx.)

10. Borasu Pass Trek

For all adventure lovers!

For all adventure lovers! (Image Source: TrekEarth)

Height: 17,800 ft

Duration: 6-7 Days

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Best Season: June to October

The pass that connects Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, close to Tibet,  Borasu Pass Trek is considered by many as one of the best ways to learn and soak in the rich culture and tradition of Garhwal and Kumaon as it passes through many villages and settlements.

Expenditure: INR 80,000 per person (approx.)

So, pack your backpack and trek your way to these 10 picturesque treks across Himalayas. A trek to any of these locations will be nothing short of action packed, adventurous and memorable trip.

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10 Interesting Facts About Ravan That Will Make You See Him In A Whole Different Light

Dussehra might be a festival to celebrate the victory of good over evil, but it’s only a minor part of Hindu mythology. Ravan was one of the most important characters ever in the scheme of things. He’s seen mostly as a villain, but surely he’s much more than that.

Here are a 10 interesting facts about Ravan that show the other side of the demon-king of Lanka.

1. Technically, Ravan was Brahma’s great-grandson.

Ravan’s father was the famous rishi, Visravas, who himself was a son of Prajapati Pulastya, one of Brahma’s ten ‘mind-born’ sons.


2. Ravan performed a yagya for Ram.

In one of the many versions of the Ramayana, it is said that once Ram’s army had created the bridge to Lanka, they needed to get Shiva’s blessing for which they set up a yagya. But the biggest bhakt of Shiva in the entire region was Ravan, and since he was half-brahman, he was also the best qualified to perform the yagya. Displaying honour, Ravan actually showed up, performed the yagya and gave Ram his blessing.


3. As he lay dying, Ravan imparted valuable knowledge to Lakshman.

Since Ravan was one of the most learned scholars to have ever lived, Ram asked his brother Lakshman to sit beside the dying demon-king and learn from him important lessons in statecraft and diplomacy.


4. Ravan was an extraordinary veena player.

In many depictions of Ravan, he can be seen carrying a veena. It is believed that he had a keen interest in music and was a highly accomplished veena player.

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5. Ravan was so powerful, he could even interfere with planetary alignments.

During the birth of his son Meghnad, Ravan ‘instructed’ the planets to stay in the 11th house of the child, which would grant him immortality. Saturn, or Shani, refused to do so and stood in the 12th house instead. It irked Ravan so much, it is said that he attacked Shani Dev with his mace and even imprisoned him.


6. Ravan was well-aware of his impending doom.

Most powerful Asuras (demons) knew that they were sent to earth to perform a particular role. Ravan knew that it was his fate to die by the hands of an avatar of Vishnu, something that would help him attain moksha and give up his demon form.


7. Ever wondered why Ravan had 10 heads?

Some versions of the Ramayan say that Ravan did not in fact have ten heads, but it appeared so because his mother gave him a necklace of nine pearls that caused an optical illusion for any observer. In another version, it is said that to please Shiva, Ravan hacked his own head into pieces, but his devotion made each piece spawn into another head.


8. He got the name Ravan later in life, and that too from Shiva.

Ravan wanted Shiva to relocate from Kailash to Lanka, and to make this possible, he tried to lift the mountrain. But Shiva, being who he is, put down his foot onto the mountain, thus crushing Ravan’s finger with his one toe. Ravan let out a huge roar of pain, but at the same time, he was so enamored by Shiva’s power, he performed the Shiva tandav stotram. It is believed that Ravan plucked out nerves from his own hand to provide accompanying music. Shiva, thus impressed, named him Ravan (the one who roars loud).


9. Ravan was shamed by his own wife, which eventually led to his downfall.

When Ram’s army was slowly defeating Ravan’s, and he was the only one left alive, Ravan decided to perform a powerful yagya to turn the tide. But it required him to stay put and not leave his spot. Seeing this, Ram sent Angad, Bali’s son and his vaanar sena to disrupt the yagya. After they failed to do so, Angad dragged Ravan’s wife Mandodari. Ravan still didn’t move. Then she screamed at him and shamed him by telling how Ram was fighting a war to get his wife back while Ravan wasn’t moving from his spot to save his wife. Ravan finally moved, leaving his yagya incomplete.


10. Ravan and his brother Kumbhkaran were actually avatars of Vishnu’s gatekeepers.

Ravan and his brother Kumbhkaran were actually Jaya and Vijaya, the gatekeepers of Vishnu, which made them a little arrogant. So much so that once when the four Kumaras, mind-born sons of Brahma showed up at the gates of Vaikunth (Vishnu’s abode), Jaya-Vijaya mistook them for naked children (a result of their tapasya). This enraged the sages so much, they cursed Jaya-Vijaya saying that they would be parted from their lord. When they asked for forgiveness, the sages said that they could either spent seven lifetimes on earth as Vishnu’s avatars’ allies or three lifetimes as their enemies. They naturally chose the latter. In one of those three lifetimes, Jaya-Vijaya were born as Ravan and Kumbhkaran.


The essence of Indian mythology is obviously beyond the simple good vs evil trope. If you care to dig deep, there’s an interesting story at every step.

Ravan played his role as a villain, but it was that of a much-needed villain, that brought balance to the equation. No wonder there are many people in the world, who still worship him.

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