Cute Porcupine Eats a Pumpkin Feast


porcupine

Watch this video of an extremely cute porcupine named Teddy Bear enjoying a feast of his favorite pumpkin. He is so happy that he can’t control himself and keeps squeaking in joy. Such videos help us to understand that all life is sacred. Animals can experience the same happiness and sadness that humans experience.

Continue reading

Posted in Animals and Nature | 1 Comment

What Happens when Sun Light Hits this Mosque is Simply Amazing!


The Nasir al-Mulk Mosque, located in Shiraz, Iran, is truly an artistic master piece. Even more amazing than the intricate designs is what happens every morning when the rays of the rising sun hit the mosque. Every morning as sunlight passes through the windows of the mosque, the interior is transformed into an ocean of colors. This is something you have to see to believe.

Continue reading

Posted in History and Culture | 53 Comments

Amazing Video of North India Shot in 4K Ultra HD. Truly Incredible India!


north-india

Photographer Jacob Schwarz has created one of the most amazing videos you will find of North India, covering Agra, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Khichan, Jaipur, and Dehli. All footage is recorded in 4k Ultra HD. If you want to experience the most breath taking views, make sure you click on options and change the resolution to 2160p for ultra HD quality.

Continue reading

Posted in Especially for Indians | 0 Comments

7 Most Terrifying and Bizarre Sea Monsters that Actually Exist


The following pictures show some of the most terrifying sea creatures which actually exist in our oceans. These are all real, and the photos haven’t been altered in any way. The last one has been added just to make you feel better, and to ensure you don’t have nightmares when you sleep tonight.

Continue reading

Posted in Animals and Nature | 13 Comments

Pictures of Holi, the Festival of Colors, in Vrindavan


Holi

These amazing pictures were taken in Vrindavan, India, during the festival of colors, known as Holi. Holi is a spring festival dating back thousands of years, where people apply colored powders onto each other. Holi celebrations start with a Holika bonfire on the night before Holi where people gather, sing and dance.

Continue reading

Posted in Especially for Indians | 4 Comments