Sunday, 27 January 2013

Feel the thrill,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Feel the nation




















150 rupee coin


150 Rupee Coin Launched By Reserve Bank Of India

India celebrating the Rabindranath Tagore's 150th birth anniversary. On this celebration Reserve Bank of India launched the 150 Rupee coin in the memory of Nobel Winner Sir Rabindranath Tagore. Newly launched 150 Rupee coin is about 40 mm in diameter and It's weighs is about 35 grams. The coin of 150 Rupee contain Rabindranath Tagore image on one side and on another side it will contain the image of Ashok Stambha.
Both Side of Indian 150 Rupee Coin 






Green School in Bali


Welcome to the green school in Bali, Indonesia. It provides its students with an education about the amazing environment that we live in. It is a holistic and relevant education. During the construction, only bamboo, elephant grass and clay were used. Cement was used just in some places in the foundation. The central and the most important building is the "heart of the school." It is perhaps the largest building in the world built entirely from bamboo. Its dimensions are 18 meters high and 64 meters long. General area of the school includes a variety of structures: apartment buildings, classrooms, office building, and cafes. The school gets electricity from environmentally friendly sources of energy: hydraulic turbine generators and installed solar panels. It seems that considering the way we are polluting the earth, everyone should attend.































Monday, 21 January 2013

Vj Gowri Lakshmi: Vj Gowri Lakshmi

Vj Gowri Lakshmi: Vj Gowri Lakshmi:

Hey Friends, the Blog is officially back with better visiblity and more snaps. please share the Blog to your Friends ...

Friday, 18 January 2013

World Earthquakes

Sichuan,China 2008
Estimated Death: 87,587 Richter Scale: 7.9

Messina, Italy 1908
Estimated Death: 72,000 Richter Scale: 7.2

Pakistan 2005
Estimated Death: 86,000 Richter Scale: 7.6

Haiti 2010
Estimated Death: 222,570 Richter Scale: 7.1

Chimbote,Peru  1970
Estimated Death: 70,000 Richter Scale: 7.9

Ashgabat,Turkey1923
Estimated Death: 110,000 Richter Scale: 7.3
Kanto,Japan  1923
Estimated Death: 142,000 Richter Scale: 7.9