World’s Largest Rope Swing

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Brock Howell and his friends must have had quite the rope swing attached to a tree when they were little, because they sure graduated to swinging off bigger and better things. In a YouTube video titled “World’s Largest Rope Swing” posted a week ago that already has more than 5.5 million hits on YouTube, Howell is filmed flinging himself off Corona Arch in Moab, Utah.
Here’s the making-of video if you’re curious about what went on behind the scenes…

Bullet Bottle Opener

bullet bottle opener
Short of opening a bottle with your teeth, we can’t think of a more manly way to crack a cold one than with a demilitarized .50 caliber bullet casing… which is exactly what this is. Made in the good ole US of A out of military grade ammunition, this bottle opener is probably the only way most of us are ever going to handle a fist-sized .50 cal round, but we’re ok with that.
amazing and dangerous bullet bottle opener
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16 Beautiful Pictures of the real house of Hazrat Fatima r.a in Madina

Most beautiful and significiant pictures of the real House of Hazrat Bibi Fatima (radiayallahu anha) in Madinah.

Most Incredible Crater Lakes On Earth

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The planet is home to some of the most amazing natural wonders – shaped by Mother Earth over millions of years. Yet few natural formations are as close to the heart of the planet and undergo such vibrant changes as crater lakes. Being connected with the inner regions of the Earth, these lakes can contract, expand, appear and vanish all in the geological blink of an eye.
While popular belief is that crater lakes are formed after water fills up meteorite impact craters, very few such lakes actually exist. Most of them are formed in volcanic craters – but all offer spectacular sights for sore eyes!
Fascinating, spectacular, stunning and at times deadly, this is a trip into the extraordinary world of crater lakes.
Lake Atitlán
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Known as one of the most beautiful and picturesque lakes on the planet, Lake Atitlan in Guatemala has a long geological and cultural history. Though its depths have not been completely explored even today, the lake is the deepest in Central America, going down to 340 meters at some points. The enormous caldera that is home to Lake Atitlan was formed 84,000 years ago due to volcanic activity, and the region is still known as a hotbed for volcanoes.
Maya culture is predominant in this region and the lake is one of the main reasons for the vast settlements since the Mayan culture started to take shape here. Mayan sites such as Sambaj and Chiutinamit – and even underwater cities – are being excavated around Lake Atitlan. The beautiful lake has borne witness to volcanic activity, civil war and deadly landslides, yet its scenic panorama attracts tourists from all across the globe.
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Lake Taupo
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With a perimeter of 193 kilometers, a deepest point of 186 meters and a surface area of 616 square kilometers, Lake Taupo is arguably the most famous crater lake on the planet. Drained by the Waikato River, it is the largest freshwater lake in Australasia and attracts over 1.5 million tourists each year with its vast magnificence, breathtaking sights and the sheer joy of basking in its calm tranquility. Lake Taupo is located in the North Island of New Zealand and was formed by a volcanic eruption around 27,000 years ago.
The lake offers a cool and soothing retreat for both locals and tourists in the summer season, with weather that is moderate. Grand and still bubbling with geothermal activity in its depths, the volcano the lake sits on is dormant rather than extinct, meaning that although the next big eruption here could come anytime, it’s not very likely to be soon.
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Lake Nyos
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With the rich mineral content of their water, crater lakes can assume various colorful shades – that tempt you to believe it’s party time. But ask people at Lake Nyos and they will tell you that a crater lake can be a carrier of death and dark poisonous clouds. The beautiful and deadly Lake Nyos is located in Cameroon. It sits majestically on top of an inactive volcano that can nevertheless quite easily leak fumes of death. The lake is one of the few lakes on the planet that is saturated with carbon dioxide, due to its constantly being emitted by the volcanic vents under its lake bed.
It was in 1986 that the lake suddenly spit out 1.6 million tons of CO2 into the air, killing over 1700 people and 3500 livestock in the nearby villages. The crater lake is held in its place by a natural dam of rocks that is also weakening constantly and could one day spell disaster!
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Ojos del Salado Lake
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If you are searching for the world’s highest lake, irrespective of size and magnitude, then look no further than the crater lake on top of Ojos del Salado, which stands 6,390 meters high. This is the world’s highest active volcano we’re talking about – the massive giant on the Argentina-Chile border that houses a lake 100 meters in diameter, with a perceptible depth of nothing beyond 5 to 10 meters. Quite obviously, then, the lake on top of Ojos del Salado is itself no huge water giant, but its magnificent setting and the fact that you can even find a small natural lake at this altitude make it one the kings of the planet.
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Nemrut Lake
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The sight on top of the dormant volcano of Nemrut in Turkey is both unique and extraordinary. Its large circular crater contains two lakes close to one another, offering a vivid contrast in terms of both appearance and temperature. Nestled at an altitude of 3050 meters, the caldera of the volcano contains a cold water lake that covers an area of 13 square kilometers and is 155 meters deep. Just next to it is a hot water lake with a temperature of around 60°c and a depth of 100 meters. The great physical and geographic contrast both the lakes on top of Nemrut present is a delight both for geologists and visiting tourists. Named after the Turkish king Nimrod, the lake is a photographer’s delight!
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Manicouagan Lake
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Dubbed the ‘Eye of Quebec’, this great Canadian lake is famous for being a freshwater reservoir, and is one of the most visually compelling shots when photographed from a satellite. It is one of the few crater lakes on the planet to have taken shape because of the actual impact of an asteroid 214 million years ago. 
The Manicouagan Lake contains within its perimeter an island with Mount Babel at its center, and the mountain is considered to be the central point of the crater the asteroid impact left behind. Covering an area of 1942 square kilometers, this unique lake is the heart of a major hydro-electricity program that powers the city of Quebec.
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Lake Vico
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If there is one crater lake that has a timeless charm, exquisite beauty and is a perfect tourist destination due to its romantic setting, Lake Vico has to be it. Located in Lazio, Central Italy, it is the highest of all the major Italian lakes with an altitude of 510 meters. Surrounded by the scenic Cimini Hills and part of a beautiful natural reserve, Vico is already famous for the unique lush green forest that surrounds it. But more than the geography of the lake, it is the legend behind its existence that captures your imagination. Local tales have it that Hercules defied the locals to pick up his club, and when they failed to do so he picked it up himself. It was from underneath this club that Lake Vico sprung to life. If you are not a geology fan, then the story sits just fine with you!
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Mount Katmai
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There are few sights on the entire planet that are as spectacular as the lake that sits majestically in the caldera of Mount Katmai in Alaska. Yet it is not just the splendor of the sight today that is impressive, but the very way in which the lake came into existence. Yes this remains one of the most awesome recorded geological moments in the planet’s history. It was in June of 1912 that the peak of Mount Katmai imploded to create the large crater that today houses a lake more than 800 feet deep. 
Three glaciers that were once sitting on its peak collapsed into the crater to create the vast and grand lake that even now spills water from a few spots on the peak. The story of the lake on top of Mount Katmai is just as overwhelming as the beauty it exudes today!
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Rano Kau
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The name of Rano Kau might not sound all that familiar but the name of Easter Island and its mysterious large stone statues are known across the world. It is on the edge of the crater wall in Rano Kau that one can find this ceremonial land of the ancient tribes that erected the giant statues. Within these ‘walls’ is the crater lake of Rano Kau – famous both as a geological and an archeological sight for obvious reasons.
The crater lake is not filled with large amounts of water as the rough sea winds sap away most of the moisture – but its depth ensures that this is the only place on Rano Kau that supports a mini-ecosystem of its own. A rare lake with a rare and mysterious background makes it a great tourist sight. Isn’t it?
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Crater Lake
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With an average depth of 350 meters and a deepest point of 594 meters beneath the surface, Crater Lake in Oregon, USA is the second deepest lake in North America and the ninth deepest on the planet. Formed after the collapse of Mount Mazama, the mineral-rich deep blue water of the lake along with its extraordinary clarity make it a picture perfect spot.
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Crater Lake is home to arguably the purest water in all the US and has sacred significance to the Klamath tribe of Native Americans. The natives here believe that the battle between the sky god Skell and Llao, the god of the underworld, led to the collapse of Mount Mazama and the formation of Crater Lake. One great attraction at Crater Lake is an old stump called ‘Old Man of the Lake’, which has been bobbing vertically in the lake for over a century now!
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Blue Lake
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Blue Lake in South Australia is your chameleon of lakes, managing to change its color magically from season to season. If you took a look at the snaps of the Blue Lake in winter, then its grey surface would have you confused about why it was ever named the ‘Blue’ Lake in the first place. With an average depth of 72 to 75 meters and stretching across an area of 1087 meters by 657 meters, the lake took shape after a volcanic explosion near Mount Gambier.
The lake appears in a vivid copper blue in summer months, while in winter it turns into dull grey with astonishing ease. The reason for the change has not yet been determined with certainty, but the visual spectacle the lake can offer is rare indeed.
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Lake Toba
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Located in the heart of the Indonesian island of Sumatra and stretching across a vast 1,130 square kilometers, Lake Toba is the largest crater lake on the planet by a long way. However, being the largest volcanic lake in the world means that its history is similarly great in magnitude – and it has also had a disastrous impact on the planet.
The Toba Eruption occurred around 75,000 years ago and was potent enough to black out the sun for an entire year all over the planet! Since Lake Toba lies near a fault line, it is a place of constant volcanic activity and major earthquakes.
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Crater lakes have a violent past, vibrant present and the potential to lead to a catastrophic future. Yet we are fascinated by their origin, beauty, unique existence and the multitude of rare delights they have on offer. A look at the best on the planet surely tells us why we are lured by their magic!

Amazing Facts About Tajmahal-History of Tajmahal

HistoryAmazing Facts About Tajmahal-History of TajmahalMumtaz and Shah Jehan were married in 1612 A.D  had 14 children together. The Empress Mumtaz used to accompany her husband in his military campaigns, and it was  in Burhanpur in 1630, that she gave birth to her last child, after which she died. So great was the Shah Jahan's love for his wife Mumtaz, that he ordered the building of the most beautiful mausoleum on Earth for her, The Taj Mahal.   
As soon as construction work began in early 1630, sculptors, masons, craftsmen, and calligraphers were called from Persia, Ottoman Empire and Europe to work on construction of the Taj.
The architectural complex of the Taj Mahal comprises of five main elements: the Darwaza or main gateway, the Bageecha or garden, the Masjid or mosque, the Naqqar Khana or rest house, and the Rauza or the Taj Mahal mausoleum. 
The actual Tomb of Mumtaz is situated inside the Taj. The unique moghal style architecture combines elements & styles of Persian, Central Asian, and Islamic architecture. Most striking are the black and white chessboard marble floor, the four tall minarets (40 m high) at the corners of the structure, and the majestic grand dome in the middle. 
 On closer inspection, the lettering of the Holy Quran verses around the archways appear to be uniform. The lettering spacing and density has been customized to give this impression to the viewer. The impressive pietra dura artwork includes geometric elements & style, plants & flowers, which are common in Islamic architecture. The level of sophistication in artwork includes a 3 cm decorative element containing more than 50 inlaid gemstones. 


1. Taj Mahal appears pink in the morning, white in the day and changes its color to golden in the moon light.
2. The pillars surrounding Taj Mahal are slightly tilted outwards so that in the event of an earthquake they will fall away from the tomb.
 3. An identical Taj Mahal was supposed to be built in black marble instead of white. The base of it can still be seen across the river.

 4. Over 1,000 elephant were used to transport building materials during the construction.
 5. In all, 28 types of precious and semi-precious stones were inlaid into the white marble.
 6. The Taj Mahal in India is perfectly symmetrical, except for one thing. The two tombs inside are not equal in size. This is because the male tomb has to be larger than the female tomb.
 7. The Taj Mahal costs in today’s money about US $100 million.

 8. It took 22 years and 22,000 people to complete the Taj Mahal.
 9. Twenty thousand workers were employed for the construction work of the Taj Mahal.
 10. Emperor ordered to chop off the hands of the workers who had constructed the Taj Mahal so no one could make anything like it.



Find the Hidden things


Find the Hidden things

Amazing Balanced Stones

Balanced Rock Colorado
 Balancing Rock, Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada
 Idol Rock, Brimham Moor, North Yorkshire, UK
 El Torcal de Antequera, Andalucia, Spain
 Kjeragbolten, Norway
 Peyro Clabado, Sidobre, France
 Mushroom Rocks, Kansas, USA
 Chiremba Balancing Rocks, Epworth, Zimbabwe
 Mexican Hat Rock, Utah, USA

Amazing Faces Made By Nature

Amazing Faces Made By Nature
Amazing Faces Made By Nature
Amazing Faces Made By Nature
Amazing Faces Made By Nature
Amazing Faces Made By Nature

!!..کافر کے تین سوالوں کے جواب

ايک کافر نے ايک بزرگ سے کہا اگر تم ميرے تين سوالوں کا جواب دے دوں تو ميں مسلمان ہوجاؤں گا۔

جب ہر کام اللہ کي مرضي سے ہوتا ہے تو تم لوگ انسان کو ذمہ دار کيوں ٹہراتے ہوں؟

جب شيطان آگ کا بنا ہوا ہو تو اس پر آگ کيسے اثر کرے گي؟

جب تمہيں اللہ تعالي نظر نہيں آتا تو اسے کيوں مانتےہو؟

بزرگ نے اس کے جواب ميں پاس پڑا ہو مٹی کا ڈھيلا اٹھا کر اس کو مارا، اس کو بہت غصہ آيا اور اس نے قاضي کي عدالت ميں بزرگ کے خلاف مقدمہ دائر کرديا۔

قاضي نے بزرگ کو بلايا اور ان سے پوچھا کہ تم نے کافر کے سوالوں کے جواب ميں اسے مٹي کا ڈھيلا کيوں مارا؟

بزرگ نے کہا يہ اس کے تينوں سوالوں کا جواب ہے۔

قاضي نے کہا۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔
وہ کيسے ۔۔۔۔۔۔؟

بزرگ نے کہا اسکے پہلے سوال کا جواب يہ ہے کہ ميں نے يہ ڈھيلا اللہ کي مرضي سے اسے مارا ہے تو پھر يہ اس کا ذمہ دار مجھے کيوں ٹہراتا ہے؟

اس کے دوسرے سوال کا جواب يہ کہ انسان تو مٹی کا بنا ہے پھر اس پر مٹي کے ڈھيلے نے کس طرح اثر کيا؟

اس کے تيسرے سوال کا جواب يہ ہےکہ اسے درد نظر نہیں آتا تو اسے محسوس کيوں ہوتا ہے۔

اپنے سوالوں کے جواب سن کر کافر فورا مسلمان ہوگيا۔

دوستوں۔۔۔۔۔ جو لوگ اللہ تعالیٰ کے لیے اپنی زندگی وقف کرديتے ہيں اللہ رب العزت اپنے فضل و کرم سے انہیں "حکمت و دانائی" عطا فرما دیتا ہے۔


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