Manufacturing Life

Hello Visitor this is Yaswanth Vemulapalli Founder of Cookyha.

Manufacturing Life doesn’t mean test tube babies .

Test tube Babies can be a life saving opportunity for an uneligible individual, In this process a baby is grown in a test tube upto an age of 4-5 months then fertilised in the mothers fetus or in some cases in another women who is willing to be a genetical mother of the baby for the overall development of the organs of the baby naturally but with the help and support of Science and Technology.

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World’s best Comforter

Hello There

In this entire universe forget about about this universe even the minute particle in this very creation can never be able to provide the Comfort you will receive from this beautiful loving being.

As some say Money can buy anything but I strongly object their thoughts.

There is one thing Money can never get you close to it.

It is Mother’s Love and Care

Whenever you are dejected or rejected by the whole world your Mother will help you regrow your faith and recharge you with just one single heartfull Smile which will totally change your perspective towards problems.

I would like to Proudly say that I always spend time with my Mother every evening even though I am full of Work pressure or Educational Tensions.

The Creative Process: For your Brain to Follow

Nearly all great ideas follow a similar creative process and this article explains how this process works. Understanding this is important because creative thinking is one of the most useful skills you can possess. Nearly every problem you face in work and in life can benefit from creative solutions, lateral thinking, and innovative ideas.

Anyone can learn to be creative by using these five steps. That’s not to say being creative is easy. Uncovering your creative genius requires courage and tons of practice. However, this five-step approach should help demystify the creative process and illuminate the path to more innovative thinking. Continue reading “The Creative Process: For your Brain to Follow”

Indian Youtube Superstars

YouTube stardom is a new phenomenon in India. Sharp growth in internet connections, a surge in smart phone sales and the emergence of YouTube role models like AIB and The Viral Factory (TVF) worked as a catalyst. The active internet user base in India nearly trebled from 120 million in 2012 to 343 million in 2015.Meanwhile, the number of smartphones rose from 42 million to 240 million even as prices of the cheapest smartphones dipped from $75 (Rs 4,950) to $45 (Rs 2,970). YouTube has felt the growth first-hand.According to data, in India, every month some 20,000 active YouTube channels upload 3.8 lakh videos, get 9.48 billion views and attract 1.1 crore new subscribers. The average Indian viewer spent 475 minutes watching 79 videos a month in 2015. This surge is reshaping content and viewership and creating an alternate universe of stars and fans.To know about India’s top 10 YouTube stars, read on…
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Indian Music

Indian music has a special appeal not only within the country but also throughout the world. The traditional pattern of Indian music has survived throughout the ages and entertained not only the common people in this country but lovers of music and art throughout the world.

Although there are regional styles in Indian music yet the basic unity, i.e. of ragas and talas concept is uniformly prevalent. No wonder India has its influence on the musical patterns in other parts of the world. The Afghani music, the Persian music, the Russian music and even the western music carry the impact of Indian ragas and talas.

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Must watch Movies of the Decade (2000-2010)

9.There will be blood

The voice of the oil man sounds made of oil, gristle and syrup. It is deep and reassuring, absolutely sure of itself, and curiously fraudulent. No man who sounds this forthright can be other than a liar. His name is Daniel Plainview, and he must have given the name to himself as a private joke, for little that he does is as it seems. In Paul Thomas Anderson’s brutal, driving epic “There Will Be Blood,” he begins by trying to wrest silver from the earth with a pick and shovel,and ends by extracting countless barrels of oil whose wealth he keeps all for himself. Daniel Day-Lewis makes him a great oversize monster who hates all men, including

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March 20: International Day of Happiness

Do you believe we need an official holiday to remember to be happy? The United Nations thought so. In 2012 the U.N. General Assembly proclaimed that, forevermore, March 20 would be observed as the International Day of Happiness, “recognizing the relevance of happiness and well-being,” according to the U.N. resolution, “as universal goals and aspirations in the lives of human beings around the world.”

A holiday in honor of happiness may seem a little like one to celebrate romance. But as much as we grumble about the commercialization of Valentine’s Day, the day sometimes serves to remind us how much we love our partners and how much we are adored in return. A reminder now and then is nice, even if it’s mandated by the calendar. Continue reading “March 20: International Day of Happiness”

Red: The color of Cupid

Red is a powerful color. It’s the color of Cupid and the Devil, the color of love and hate. It brings to mind hot-blooded anger and Scarlet Letter shame. It means luck in China, where bridal wear is red, mourning in parts of Africa and sex in Amsterdam’s red-light district.

Some of the hue’s significance has a biological basis. Many humans get red in the face from increased blood flow when they are angry. A similar process activates a flush of embarrassment or a more flirtatious blush. Seeing red also triggers some surprising behaviors. For instance, drivers blocked in traffic by a red car react faster and more aggressively than drivers barred by vehicles of other colors.

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