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Baby questions Why can’t I see my eyes? My brother asked my mum when my sister was born “Can we put her back, I want a brother!” Is Daddy having a baby too? Can I have Eli in my tummy tomorrow mummy? Sex Factor So is it the man that asks if he can have sex or does the woman ask? What are those lumps below my willy? Why are those cats/frogs/insects wrestling? Science How can the universe have no end? Is the moon really made of cheese? Where does the sun go when it is dark? How did the crocodiles survive when the meteor hit the earth? Special People Why are all postmen not called Pat! How does Santa get in when there’s no chimney? Mummy, is there really a man in the moon? Is the tooth fairy real? Animals Did ants invent the world’s first social network? Why do sheep and horse sleep standing up? Why did we used to be monkeys and why aren’t we still monkeys? Food Can I could grow sausages in the veggie garden? Why do I have to eat broccoli when Daddy doesn’t eat his? Why don’t they make vegetables tasty? Family Matters Has Grandad ever met Nanna? Why did you call my nana annoying at Christmas? Death Why you go to Devon when you die? After our cat died, that when people and animals die, do they go to Morrison’s? Why does God let people die? If you go to heaven when you did how come Skellington's (sic) live in graveyards? Why Do They Say These Things In Public? Why do some people make rubbish packed lunches … Why don’t they make them like you Mummy? Why does Miss Fletcher have a Moustache like daddy? When daddy snores is it trumps coming out of his mouth? If Only Children Were In Charge But why can’t we have lollipops/chocolate/beer for breakfast? Why do you need money to buy things? Why do you have to go to work mummy? Why do we have to be born young and grow old, why can’t we be born old and get young?


posted Aug 19, 2016 by Atindra Kumar Nath

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James Webb Space Telescope

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  • It is expected to be launched in 2018 following the in-depth testing.
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Ordinary kindnesses aside, today, kids should be taught how to handle and esteem cash like never before some time recently. They are given a plenty of decisions and choices to spend, and couple this with liberal guardians who need to give their kids the absolute best in life; it then gets to be essential for guardians to put in some standard procedures immediately. 

Kids as youthful as 3 years can be taught to oversee cash. So whatever age your child is at, here's the way to begin: 


Reward learning with saving:

 Every time you play an amusement or do any movement with them, and you see improvement happening – like when they read a story so anyone might hear to themselves without mishandling surprisingly, then you can remunerate your tyke. Here's a fun video instructing kids to check – to help them include their prizes! 


Figure out how to say "no" solidly:

 Helping them comprehend that you don't exist to satisfy their each desire helps them request what they ridiculously require 


Show sharing:

 Kids need to discover that there are more tragic and less fortunate youngsters on the planet, who could utilize their assistance. Going on old garments, toys and story books, unused school exercise books, and whatever other "additional items" that they don't need, will make them consider individuals separated from themselves. 


Try not to accumulate: 

Instead of storing things they don't require maybe they could be urged to get entrepreneurial and attempt and offer their things through a carport deal, either facilitated by you, or alongside different children in the area. This is an incredible approach to procure pocket cash. 


Try to do you say others should do: 

Your children are viewing your conduct nearly. They are not only great at copying your idiosyncrasies, they will likewise emulate your ways of managing money. So you can't generally be continually spending too much and afterward anticipating that them should make penances.


Here we 10 useless items that actually have a purpose

1. The triangle on your fuel gauge

This shows you on which side of your car the fuel filler is, so you recognize what side of the pump to park on.

2. The small hole at the end of most measuring tapes

It's for you to hook it onto a nail or screw and abstain from slipping.

3. The holes in a plane window

These are designed to maintain the pressure between the three panes of glass in case one breaks.

4. The small pocket in your jeans

This is to hold your pocket watch, despite the fact that not many people wear those anymore.

5. The tape on your rear view mirror

It's there so you can tip it forward and backward, if you find yourself blinded by a car behind you.

6. Padlock holes

These are used as a filter if the padlock is submerged underwater, and it’s also used as a hole for oil to lubricate it.

7. The open end of a pen cap

This is so that on the off chance that somebody gulped the pen unintentionally, they could in any case inhale regardless of the possibility that it's lodged in their throat.

8. The tiny hole on the back of an iPhone

It’s a microphone, just in case you’re filming a video facing away from you.

9. Pasta spoon hole

The hole is for measuring out the perfect portion of spaghetti.

10. The holes in Converse shoes

They're there to keep your feet breathing additionally for an alternate approach to loop your laces if you need more ankle support.


Chittorgarh is located on the banks of Gambhiri and Berach River. A repository of folklore, historical events and rich cultural heritage, Chittorgarh draws thousands of backpackers and historical travelers every year. The Chittorgarh fort is a proud monument that is proof of the heroic battles fought by warriors like Maharana Pratap, Gara and Kumbha. The whole town is dipped in historical splendor with beautiful monuments surrounding you everywhere you go. The Vijaystambha, Kirtistambha, Padmini’s palace and Bassi fort are some of the other historical places in India that speak volumes about the Mauryan dynasty and its subsequent successors.

Let's take a look at 10 Interesting and unknown facts about India's famous historical place Chittorgarh:

1. During the 37th session of the World Heritage Committee in the year 2013, the Fort of Chittorgarh alongside the 5 other forts in Rajasthan has professed a UNESCO World Heritage Site under Hill forts of Rajasthan.

2. The Chittorgarh Fort was built during the 7th century AD by the Mauryans and was named after the Mauryan ruler Chitrangada Mori, and was used until 1568.

3. When men lost charging their enemy across the fort walls and lost the battles. Women being brave to have committed mass self-immolation (Jauhar). This makes the fort to signify the tribute, courage, and sacrifice. During 7th and 16th centuries considered death as a pride rather than being surrendered under the invading troops.

4. Earlier the fort consisted of 84 water bodies but now it is decreased to 22. These could have the capacity of 4 billion liters of water. That is equal to the water needs of 50,000 army men. The water bodies include of ponds, wells, and such resources.

5. There are seven gateways in the fort which was built during 1433-1468 by Rana Kumbha. The names of the gates include that of the Paidal Pol, Bhairon Pol, Hanuman Pol, Ganesh Pol, Jorla Pol, Laxman Pol, and Ram Pol, the final and main gate.

6. Rani Padmini was one of the prominent queens of those times. She was the wife of king Rawal Ratan Singh, the Rajput ruler of Chittor.

7. To commemorate the victory of Sultan of Malwa; Mahmud Shah I Khlaji in 1440 AD, the tower of victory named Vijay Stambha or Jaya Stambha was raised by Rana Khumbha. This is an expression of victory triumph- also called the symbol of Chittor.

8. When viewed from the higher view, the fort is shaped like a fish.  It has a boundary of 13 km with a determined length of 5 km and it covers an area of 700 acres.

9. The fort of Chittorgarh contains a total of 65 notable buildings, including 4 memorials, 4 palaces, and 19 temples.

10. Having dimensions of 37.2 meters high and 47 square feet area, and has a perimeter of 13 km (8 miles), and is situated on an 180-meter high hill.

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