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Top 10 Sinister Facts That Heroes Of History Wouldn’t Want You To Know!

Top 10 Sinister Facts That Heroes Of History Wouldn’t Want You To Know!

Entertainment, News
History is exceptionally kind to a few heroes. However, that doesn't mean there's no chink in their armor. Therefore, here are ten sinister secrets that those historical figures wouldn't want you to know: 1. Dr. Seuss Dr Seuss' books have been a major part of many of our childhoods. Supposedly, he made everyone happy. However, many people are unaware that his wife's suicide note said otherwise. Apparently, he abandoned his wife, Helen, who was suffering from cancer to be with his lover, prompting her to take her life. Consequently, The note beings with, "What has happened to us?" 2. Thomas Edison Allegedly, Edison stole many 'inventions' from other scientists. Apparently, Harold Brown invented 'the electric chair'. On the other hand, Nicolas Tesla invented the 'X-ray'. Surprisi...
History Of Lingerie Revealed

History Of Lingerie Revealed

Health & Fitness, Lifestyle
History of lingerie   Lingerie is a category of women's clothing, including at least undergarments sleepwear, and many robes. Lingerie thereby specifically implies that the garments are alluring, fashionable, or both. The concept of lingerie is thus a visually appealing undergarment that came up during the late nineteenth century. Lady Duff-Gordon of Lucile was a pioneer in developing lingerie that freed women from more restrictive corsets. Stays/Corsets (1700) Stays or whalebone corsets were everyday wardrobe staples for "proper" women of the eighteenth century. These undergarments thereby don't look like the bustier-corsets of today, but they were essential in molding the ideal body form: a tiny waist and pushed-up breasts. Corset (Stays)/Silk, Silk Ribbon, Whalebon
Top 10 Unbelievable Facts Which Will Totally Surprise You About Taj Mahal,Shah Jahan And Mumtaz

Top 10 Unbelievable Facts Which Will Totally Surprise You About Taj Mahal,Shah Jahan And Mumtaz

Entertainment
Taj Mahal, signifying "crown of palaces" in Arabic,worked by the fifth Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. The Taj Mahal, which is an image of love for many, is situated in the city of Agra in Uttar Pradesh region of India. In spite of the fact that the Legend of Taj Mahal recounts a great love story of a ruler and his beloved wife but here are ten interesting facts about Taj Mahal, the Lord Shah Jahan and his beautiful wife Mumtaz Mahal that remaining parts lesser known to most. Some of these facts may put a question stamp on the true romance of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. 1. The full name of Shah Jahan as an emperor might have been "Shahanshah Al-Sultan al-'Azam wal Khaqan al-Mukarram, Malik-ul-Sultanate, Ala Hazrat Abu'l-Muzaffar Shahab ud-clamor Muhammad Shah Jahan I, ...
7 Lesser Known Facts About India We Bet You Didn’t Know

7 Lesser Known Facts About India We Bet You Didn’t Know

Travel
Here’s a list of facts about India that may make you go: “Wow! Why I didn’t know that earlier!” Indian history, mythology, culture, geography – are you an expert? Here are seven lesser known facts about the country that may blow even the most enlightened minds away. 1. Did you know that the residents of some of the Indian villages rely solely on Sanskrit to communicate with each other? If not then make a note on this that people from the villages of Mathur in Karnataka, Jiri in Madhya Pradesh and Khada in Rajasthan use Sanskrit as a language to communicate to each other. 2. Ladies might be interested in this fact – Did you know that our cholis and pallus got their names from Tamil dynasties? The answer is Cholas and Pallavas respectively. 3. Do you know from where the b