Pongal Greeting Cards

Thai Pongal is a harvest festival event celebrated by Tamils across the world. Pongal coincides with the festival Makara Sankranthi celebrated in various parts of India. Pongal in Tamil means "boiling over or spill over." The act of boiling over of milk in the clay pot is considered to denote future wishes for the family.

Amazing Building Emotion Pictures

Emotion an affective state of consciousness which is only applicable for living things. For non-living things, no emotional effect exist.
Here are some face of the building which will show that they can feel and express emotion.

Century's longest annular solar eclipse pictures

Annular solar eclipse occurs over the skies of the southern Indian town of Rameswaram January 15, 2010.

A combination photo shows the moon passing between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse over the skies of the southern Indian town of Rameswaram January 15, 2010.

A combination photo shows the moon passing in front the sun during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Anuradhapura January 15, 2010. The longest, ring-like solar eclipse of the millennium started on Friday, with astronomers saying the Maldives was the best place to view the phenomenon that will not happen again for over 1,000 years.

The annular eclipse is seen over the Rift Valley town of Nakuru, 160km (99 miles) west of Kenya's capital Nairobi, January 15, 2010

Jyoti Basu Rare Pictures

Marxist patriarch and former West Bengal Chief Minister Jyoti Basu died on Sunday, 17th January 2010 at 11.47am in a Kolkata hospital.

Jyoti Basu at hospital


Moulvi Cachalia meeting with Jyoti Basu in Pretoria, 1997

Jyoti Basu and Mamata Banerjee

Jyoti Basu and Arafat

Jyoti Basu And Rajiv Gandhi

Discover Wonder World at Under the Sea

British artist Jason de Caires Taylor's series of sculptures were immersed in the Mexican resort of Cancun in what aspires to be a huge underwater museum that harmonizes with the beauty of its coral reefs.

Amazing Paper Art made using just a sheet of A4 paper

Artist Peter Callesen cuts intricate patterns from a white sheet of paper and uses the cutout to fold breathtaking designs such as skeletons, insects and buildings.
The precision work transforms a piece of paper worth only a few pence into a piece of art that sells for £2,800.
Each model takes up to two weeks to sketch, cut and fold.
Peter, from Copenhagen, Denmark, likes to use A4 paper in his work because people use it widely in the home and office and can easily relate to it.