மிகத்திறமையான டிரைவர்! வயலை உழும்போது சேர் கிடைக்காததால் தன் திறமையால் உருவாக்குகிறார்! இந்தியாவின் முதுகெலும்பு விவசாயம் அதை தன் உயிர் மூச்சாக கொண்டு விவசாயிகளுக்காக அவர்களின் திருப்தியை மட்டும் கருத்தில் கொண்டு உழவு உழுது தரும் இவற் விழுப்புரம் மாவட்டம் கள்ளக்குறிச்சி அருகில் உள்ள கல்வராயன் மலைக்கு அருகில் எடுத்தவாய்ந்ததாம் என்ற கிராமத்தில் வசித்து வருகிறார் அவரின் திறமையை கீழே உள்ள வீடியோவில் பார்க்கவும்
1.6 billion Muslims across the globe will celebrate the festival The first day of Eid Al Adha will be September 1, 2017, the department of astronomy and space sciences at Kuwait Science Club has announced. But do you know the significance of Eid Al Adha? What is Eid Al Adha Eid Al Adha is one of the two major festivals in Islam, celebrated on the 10th of Zul Hijjah, the last month of the Islamic lunar calendar. Eid Al Adha, or the 'festival of sacrifice', marks the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son out of faith in Allah. The festival is celebrated by the 1.6 billion Muslims across the globe. When is it celebrated The celebration of Eid Al Adha is subjected to the appearance of the moon which is why its observance varies from country to country. The process of the...
Gummy worms, Sour Patch Kids, and Swedish Fish aren't just loved by children, adults love them too! You can make your own with this easy recipe. You'll need: bubble wrap 1 cup water 2 oz Jell-O powder sterile syringe Here's how: Pour a cup of warm water into a pot. YouTube/ MORENA DIY Add the Jell-O powder. YouTube/ MORENA DIY Stir until you get a thick consistency. YouTube/ MORENA DIY Lay the bubble wrap on the table and fill the syringe with the Jell-O liquid. YouTube/ MORENA DIY Now fill up each bubble with the liquid gelatin. YouTube/ MORENA DIY Let your Jell-O wrap sit for a while to solidify. YouTube/ MORENA DIY And finally you can break your gummies free with your hand or using a needle. YouTube/ MORENA DIY All that's left to do is enjoy! Yo...
Do you also have the kind of friend who is almost a pathological user of coasters, who constantly washes his/her hands, or who even shifts around the dining chairs after eating until the chair legs fit exactly into the carpet dents? Or do you even recognize yourself, to some extent, as a bit on the obssessive-compulsive side? There's certainly a fine line between being orderly and clean and actually suffering from an obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Take the test and find out! You either come away with a slap on the wrist or a wake-up call to change some of your not-so-orderly habits. There's so much more to life than just cleaning and tidying up. Of course, this test is meant to be lighthearted. But if you suspect you do actually have OCD, you might want to consult a doctor. Sou
There are so many ideas out there about how you can reuse cans. What's so great about that? First off, it's super easy to find empty soda cans. And second, it's always fun to try a new idea.Thus, today you can learn how to create your own miniature popcorn machine. This is perfect for your next camping trip, or if you're just bored or cheap. You'll need: 2 clean, empty soda cans waterproof pen sharp knife scissors hammer Here's how: Using the waterproof pen, draw a rectangle on the side of a can with a gap in the middle of the top side. YouTube/Open Green Energy Cut it out with the knife and bend it outwards. The top side should remain attached as a small door. YouTube/Open Green Energy Cut the top end off the second can, leaving about 2/3 of the origina
Stephanie Miller is a busy mom of four from Utah who has found the perfect way to upcycle her husband’s old, oversized shirts into adorable dresses for her two daughters. Since having kids, Stephanie was unable to practice painting and needed an outlet. “I felt a loss of identity,” Stephanie tells Babble. “I couldn’t paint anymore and didn’t feel fulfilled like I used to.” That’s why Stephanie’s hubby Jon surprised his wife with a $50 sewing machine from Walmart! Inspired by seamstresses she saw online, the mom decided to try her hand out at designing her own clothes. “Sewing helped break my postpartum and honestly made me happy,” she says. Without using patterns, the mom can take Jon’s discarded shirts, turning them into stylish dresses, rompers, and shirt-and-short sets for her
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