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Indulo meeru assale vini undaru…vinna kuda ayan cheppe topic lo adi entha sync aindo vinnaka abba em cheppadu ra anipsitundi. Sare mari ayana interesting vishayallo konni meeku cheppe prayatnam…
1.Smallest Book in the World – Teeny Ted
Teeny Ted book’s size is 0.07 mm x 0.10 mm, certified by Guinness World Records as the world’s smallest reproduction of a printed book.
2.World’s Costliest Book of Leonardo Davinci is bought by Bill Gates
Microsoft Co-founder and world’s richest person Bill Gates bought the most expensive manuscript priced at over ₹209 crore ($30,802,500) in 1994. The book was Leonardo da Vinci’s original script for ‘Codex Leicester’, also known as ‘Codex Hammer’.
3. Penguins – Dindim named Penguin travels 8000 kms every year to meet 70 years old man
Four years ago, Joao Pereira de Souza, 71, found a South American Magellanic penguin covered in oil and starving on a beach on an island off the coast of Rio de Janeiro. Yo years Old Man took care of poor Penguin for some months. One fine day Penguin went back to her family. But every year Dindim swims more than 8,000 km to meet his human friend, Joao Pereira de Souza.
4.Traditions – Indonesian tribes don’t bury dead bodies but preserve family and relatives bodies with them.
In a mountainous area of Indonesia, the Toraja tribal people mummify the bodies of the deceased and care for their preserved bodies as though they are still living.
5.Traditions – Japanese people celebrate the Penis festival every year in Tokyo.
Kanamara Matsuri is Penis festival, Japanese people celebrate every year in Tokyo. Streets are decorated with Penis shaped structures from candys to toys.
6. Bicycle – The Italian Government started encouraging bicycles and approving free loans after Covid 19
The Italian government started encouraging bicycles and a moment called Bike or Walk to reduce the gatherings, public transport to break the corona chain. They also giving loans, created app so that you can get points for riding bicycle and with that points you can eat at any restaurant and do shopping
7. Mona Lisa painting in Paris, Louvre museum is duplicate !
Some of us may be aware that Monalisa, the world’s most beautiful painting is placed at Paris Louvre Museum. But it’s a big lie that the actual painting in the museum is duplicate one and the original painting is with the Paris Government and no one had a clue about where it is. (2 Mins silence for people who visited museum and saw the painting)
8. Coffee – The coffee plant, Coffea arabica, originates in Ethiopia, Kaffa. (where Coffee word is derived from)
According to legend, the 9th-century goat herder Kaldi, the 9th-century Ethiopian goatherd who discovered coffee when he noticed how excited his goats became after eating the beans from a coffee plant.
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