Category Archives: Amazing Facts

Posted on October 04,2012
If you suffer from a deep genuine fear of number 13, you may be suffering from Triskadekaphobia. If specifically, Friday the 13th scares you , then you are suffering from Paraskavedekatriaphobia. After reading these ,in case, you are fearing the pronunciation of lengthy and tough words,you are suffering from Sesquipedalophobia  ;)
Posted on September 29,2012
When Titanic departed from its port in actual, it was documented that it carried 1000 loaves of bread,  40,000 eggs, 86,000 pounds of meat, and 36,000 apples to feed the passengers and crew on its 7 day voyage.
Posted on September 28,2012
An average human being with a full head of hair will contain between 85,000 to 150,000 hairs. Wanna count... take your sweet time ;)
Posted on September 26,2012
Indian Railways is one of the largest employer in the world . It has over a million people as employees. hmm... so the life line of the country is also the life of million houses.
Posted on September 25,2012
Our favourite Chai i.e. tea is said to have been discovered in 2737 BC by a Chinese emperor. It is said that some tea leaves accidentally blew into a pot of boiling water and when he drank that water, he just fell in love with the flavour. We second it Mr. Chinese... :)  
Posted on September 19,2012
The fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth is called Arachibutyrophobia. try spelling it;)  i ra kid bu ti ro pho bi a   
Posted on September 15,2012
A hippopotamus may seem huge but it can still run faster than a man. Want to test.. go and run with a Hippo:)
Posted on September 13,2012
A cat’s ear has a total of thirty two muscles whereas humans have just three. Still want to try to bell the cat? Go On...
Posted on September 12,2012
Gymnasiums were introduced in 900BC and Greek athletes practised in the nude to the accompaniment of music. They also performed naked at the Olympic Games.
Posted on September 10,2012
The world’s biggest Light Bulb is placed on top of the Edison Memorial Tower in New Jersey,USA. Standing 4.11m (13.5ft) tall, it is a tribute to Thomas Edison, for his role in inventing a bulb.