These are the rankings for the most beautiful capitals in the world in 2019. Some of the cities mentioned in this video are not very old like 2nd most beautiful capital Islamabad it was formed in 1965. from Moscow to London Every city is unique in its own way.
With your brilliant skills, like Graphics Designing, Data Entry, Content Writing, Digital Marketing, and many more to provide the services online you can work remotely and can make money on Fiverr. Your earning potential is countless with your efforts and dedications . Being anywhere in the world & travelling as well. You can put your skills for providing services and jobs & get paid .
These are the categories of skills you can earn on
- Graphics & Design
- Digital Marketing
- Writing & Translation
- Video & Animation
- Music & Audio
- Programming & Tech
You can earn way more than five dollars a job with Fiverr. Some freelancers are getting paid hundreds and even thousands of dollars. As you can see, Fiverr’s ignominious five-dollar reputation is thankfully long gone.
Listen to digital roamers, travelers, and job seekers. Fiverr is a great way to utilize & polish your skills while earning a bit of extra cash on the side.
Let’s Climb On & Click the below Image
Nigella or The kalonji, is an healthy and amazing spice – when used for tempering, it adds a beautiful aroma to the dishes, and a hint of flavor that you can’t quite nail. In India, dry roasted kalonji is used for flavoring curries, dal, stir-fried vegetables, and even savories such as samosa, paddies and kachori among others. Flavor and aroma aside, the tiny black seed comes with a whole lot of health benefits. It’s loaded with trace elements, vitamins, crystalline Nigel lone, amino acids, saponin, crude fiber, proteins and fatty acids like linolenic and oleic acids, volatile oils, alkaloids, iron, sodium, potassium and calcium. It keeps your heart healthy, addresses breathing problem, lubricates your joints, and is known to have anti-carcinogenic properties. That’s quite a lot for a seed that size, isn’t it? In fact, if you keep a bottle of kalonji oil at home, you can use them for plenty of things to boost your health and take care of niggling problems.
Health Benefits of Nigella Seeds or Kalonji
Keeps a Check on Diabetes
This is probably one of the most known benefits of kalonji. If you already have diabetes, kalonji oil can also help to manage it. Take half a teaspoon of the oil in a cup of black tea every morning and see the difference in a few weeks.
Sweet lime juice and kalonji oil together can fix many skin problems. For every cup of sweet lime juice, you’ll need about half a teaspoon of kalonji oil. Apply the oil twice a day on your face and watch your blemishes and acne disappear. If you keep pure kalonji oil handy, you can use it to treat cracked heels as well.
Helping to reduce Headaches
One of the most common urban problems in today’s time is headaches. Instead of popping a pill, rub kalonji oil on your forehead, relax, and wait for your headache to disappear. Nothing like natural home remedies!
Helps for Weight Loss
The combination of honey, lemon, and Kalonji is often recommended for those who are on a diet. Now add a pinch of powdered kalonji seeds to this mix and see how it works. Many health enthusiasts have claimed that kalonji seeds is a miracle ingredient which helps in shedding those extra kilos.
Memory Booster and Alleviates Asthma
Ground kalonji seeds with a little bit of honey is known to boost memory. And if you mix this in warm water and drink, it also helps in alleviating breathing trouble (asthma included) in children and adults alike. But you need to do this is for at least 45 days, and avoid cold beverages and food during the period.
Eliminate Joint Pain
It’s an old-school treatment; take a handful of kalonji seeds, and heat it well with mustard oil. Once the oil is smoking, take it off the flame and cool it down for a bit. The oil is ready when you can dip the tip of a finger into the oil without feeling uncomfortable. Now use this oil to massage the inflamed joint.
Balance the Blood Pressure
For those who suffer from or have the tendency of high blood pressure can drink half a teaspoon of kalonji oil with warm water to keep hypertension under control. It is of course advised to follow a proper diet along with it.
Kidney stones are general urban problem in the world. It is suggested that half a teaspoon of kalonji oil had with two teaspoons of honey and warm water can aid in getting rid of kidney pain, stones and infections. But you also need to consult a doctor to get a proper diet.
Makes Teeth Stronger
Did you know that kalonji has been used traditionally to take care of dental trouble such as swelling or bleeding of gums, and weak teeth? Of course, you need to see a dentist, but you can also massage your teeth with curd and some kalonji oil twice a day to strengthen your gums.
Makes Immunity Stronger
Kalonji oil, honey and warm water have more than one benefit. Apart from the ones already mentioned, it can also help to strengthen your immunity if consumed daily. If you add kalonji oil in boiling water and inhale the fumes, it can also reduce nasal congestion, and help those who suffer from sinusitis problems.
Note: When you’re buying nigella seeds, remember to make sure that it is packed carefully; the seeds are jet black and shouldn’t look stale. Storing nigella is important matter. Always store it in a dry place and make sure it doesn’t meet moisture environment. Don’t buy large quantities of kalonji. 100 grams can take you a long way, so buy in smaller portions. This will prevent the seed from losing its aroma and benefits by sitting on the shelf for too long.
Click below image to get the best offer.
سیکولر ازم کا روپ ہر ملک میں مختلف ہے۔ لیکن
پوری دنیا میں اس کے ہاں ایک قدر مشترک ہے۔ یہ ہندوازم، بدھ ازم، عیسائیت وغیرہ کے خلاف نہیں۔
یہ اجتماعی زندگی میں ہولی، دیوالی، کرسمس وغیرہ کو پسند کرتا ہے۔ لیکن اس کی جان جمعے کے خطبے سے نکلتی ہے۔ اسے عید کا اجتماع دیکھ کر موت پڑجاتی ہے۔
دنیا پوری کروڑوں ٹن بیف کا باربی کیو بنالے، آسٹریلیا کی بھیڑوں کے کروڑوں تکا بوٹی بناکر کھائے جائیں اسے جانوروں کے حقوق یاد نہیں آتے لیکن ایک دن عیدالاضحی کی قربانی اسے زہر لگتی ہے۔ اسے کرسمس کی فضول خرچی بری نہیں لگتی لیکن حج پر جانے والوں کے خرچے کا حساب کرتا ہے۔
دنیا بھر میں ٹورازم انڈسٹری سے اربوں ڈالر کمانا ترقی کی علامت ہے لیکن اسے عمرے کا ایک سادہ سا سفر برا لگتا ہے۔ ہندو کروڑوں کی تعداد میں ہر دوار‘ بنارس اور کنبھ جائیں تو سیکولر کو کچھ نہیں ہوتا۔ ویٹیکن سٹی میں لوگ لاکھوں کی تعداد میں پوپ کی زیارت کو آئیں تو کسی لبرل کا دل نہیں جلتا۔
چرچ کی راہبائیں حجاب پہنیں‘ یہودی عورتیں شٹل کاک برقعہ پہنیں‘ اس کو برا نہیں لگتا لیکن وہ مسلمان عورت کے حجاب پر تلملا اٹھتا ہے۔ یہ ہے سیکولرازم کا اصل دکھ اور اس کا اصل چہرہ۔ ان کی کتابیں، ان کے رسالے، ان کی ویب سائٹس، ان کے فیس بک پیجز اٹھالیں آپ کو صرف اور صرف اسلام اور شعائر اسلام سے نفرت ملے گی.
رہے نام اللہ کا۔۔۔۔۔
Nowruz, also known as Persian New Year, has been observed for more than 3,000 years as the victory of spring over darkness.
FOR THE NORTHERN Hemisphere, March 19 is the first day of spring. But for 300 million people around the world, it’s the beginning of a new year, too. Nowruz—which means “new day”—is a holiday marking the arrival of spring and the first day of the year in Iran, whose solar calendar begins with the vernal equinox.
Nowruz has been celebrated in Iran and the Persian diaspora for more than 3,000 years. Its roots are as a feast day in Zoroastrianism, a religion practiced in ancient Persia that viewed the arrival of spring as a victory over darkness. The holiday survived the Islamic conquest of Persia in the seventh century and the decline of Zoroastrianism’s popularity, and it spread across the globe through the diaspora of Persian people throughout history. (Here’s how Persia became the world’s first true empire.)
Traditionally celebrated on the vernal equinox, many begin preparations for Nowruz weeks in advance. In the leadup to the holiday, people perform ritual dances and fill vessels in their home with water, which is associated with health, in an attempt to banish bad luck.
On the last Wednesday before Nowruz, many celebrate Charshanbe Suri, a night in which they jump over fire or go to doors banging spoons to scare away bad luck. People also visit cemeteries and bring offerings for the dead, whom some believe visit before the spring rite begins.
The spring festival’s focus is fertility and new life, so it’s appropriate that many revelers celebrate with seeds and eggs. Households set up tables covered with seven symbolic items they call haft-seen. Haft means “seven” and “seen” is “s” in Farsi, and all of the items start with the letter. These include seed sprouts (usually wheat, oats and other seeds, which symbolize rebirth), senjed (also known as silverberry or Persian olive, which is thought to spark love), garlic (protection), apple (fertility), sumac (love), vinegar (patience), and samanu, a pudding made of sprouted wheat (affluence). The table also can include a Koran, eggs, mirrors, and poetry.
Though Nowruz is old, the table tradition isn’t: As A. Shapur Shahbazi notes in Encyclopedia Iranica, it only came into effect in the last century.
Pakistan has more peaks taller than 22,965ft, making it an almost magnetic spot for adventure travelers and hikers.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf government’s efforts to promote tourism promotion have started yielding results as Traveler by Coned Nast, one of the world’s best travel portals, has listed Pakistan as one of the top tourist destinations for 2020.
Outlining the adventure tourism potential in the US travel magazine lists Pakistan as top tourist destination for 2020country, the magazine wrote: “Pakistan has more peaks taller than 22,965ft than China and Nepal combined, making it an almost magnetic spot for adventure travelers and intrepid hikers.”
“Visitors can follow in Michael Palin’s steps while traversing the 12,250ft Shandur Pass, home to the world’s highest polo field, or meet with the Kalash people of the Hindu Kush, famed for their cowrie-shell headdresses and brighter-than-bright embroidery,” it noted.
The magazine also mentioned the recent visit of Britain’s Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the measures taken by the government including relaxed visa restrictions.
Moringa is taken by mouth for “tired blood” (anemia), arthritis and other joint pain (rheumatism), asthma, cancer, constipation, diabetes, diarrhea, seizures, stomach pain, stomach and intestinal ulcers, intestinal spasms, headache, heart problems, high blood pressure, kidney stones, symptoms of menopause, thyroid disorders, and infections.
Moringa is also taken by mouth to reduce swelling, as an antioxidant, to prevent spasms, increase sex drive (as an aphrodisiac), prevent pregnancy, boost the immune system, and increase breast milk production. Some people use it as a nutritional supplement or tonic. It is also used as a “water pill” (diuretic).
Moringa is sometimes applied directly to the skin as a germ-killer or drying agent (astringent). It is also applied to the skin for treating pockets of infection (abscesses), athlete’s foot, dandruff, gum disease (gingivitis), snakebites, warts, and wounds.
Oil from moringa seeds is used in foods, perfume, and hair care products, and as a machine lubricant.
Moringa is an important food source in some parts of the world. Because it can be grown cheaply and easily, and the leaves retain lots of vitamins and minerals when dried, moringa is used in India and Africa in feeding programs to fight malnutrition. The immature green pods (drumsticks) are prepared similarly to green beans, while the seeds are removed from more mature pods and cooked like peas or roasted like nuts. The leaves are cooked and used like spinach, and they are also dried and powdered for use as a condiment.
The seed cake remaining after oil extraction is used as a fertilizer and to purify well water and to remove salt from seawater.
TAKEN BY MOUTH:
Asthma. Early research shows that taking 3 grams of moringa twice daily for 3 weeks reduces the severity of asthma symptoms and improves lung function in adults with mild to moderate asthma.
Diabetes. Early research shows that taking moringa tablets along with a type medicine called sulfonylureas does not improve blood sugar control better than taking sulfonylureas alone in people with diabetes.
Increasing breast milk production. Research regarding the effects of moringa for increasing breast milk production is conflicting. Some early research shows that moringa increases milk production, while other early research shows no benefit. An analysis of data from five clinical studies shows that moringa moderately increases milk product after one week of use when started on postpartum day 3. But it’s not clear if moringa is beneficial when used for longer periods of time.
Malnutrition. Early research shows that adding moringa powder to food for 2 months helps improve weight in malnourished children.
Menopausal symptoms. Early research shows that adding fresh moringa leaves to food for 3 months improves menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and sleeping problems in healthy, postmenopausal women.
Every year during the winter season a number of families in Pakistan suffocate to death due to keeping the gas heaters on for the whole night during sleep and it is so mainly because the majority of our population is unaware of the precautionary measures needed to avoid losses while using gas heaters.
Gas heaters release emissions such as carbon monoxide directly into the room, increase the level of indoor pollutants, which can potentially harm your health including a high incidence of respiratory symptoms.
Gas heaters also consume oxygen while burning, causing lower amounts of oxygen in the room if not properly ventilated. Poisoning can also result due to leakage of gas heaters accidentally in close rooms.
Some people are more susceptible than others to suffer health effects such as heart disease patients, asthmatics, pregnant ladies, children and elderly, explained Head of Community Medicine at CMH Lahore Medical College Professor Dr. Muhammad said that Carbon monoxide is invisible, odorless, colorless and tasteless gas, so is difficult to detect. It is highly poisonous and deprives the body of oxygen. The individual is rendered completely helpless without warning and without feeling that he is being gassed. Thus, one may become unconscious during sleep and ultimately die, he said.
He added that if the level of Carbon monoxide in a room goes above the ‘safe levels’, people with heart disease may get chest pain or angina. Smokers with heart disease are, particularly at risk. Young children, unborn babies and the elderly may also be affected, said Dr. Ashraf.
He adds exposure to high levels of carbon monoxide can cause carbon monoxide poisoning. Symptoms include tiredness, shortness of breath, headaches, dizziness, nausea, muscle weakness, confusion, etc. while exposure to extremely high levels of carbon monoxide can result in death. He said several deaths every year in
winter due to carbon monoxide poisoning can be avoided if some simple safety measures are ensured.
Talking of precautionary measures, he said the room needs to be well ventilated. Keep internal doors and at least one window open to allow fresh air to enter the room. Check that room vents are not blocked. Turn off all gas appliances before going to sleep. Never keep gas heaters on while to bed. Ensure that the gas supply is disconnected from the main. Even the ‘pilot’ should not be kept ‘On’. If the gas leakage is suspected, it should be detected by gas smell or by the sound of escaping gas and not by the application of naked lights, he said.
He added that if gas leakage is suspected, open doors and windows to ventilate the area, turn off all consumer safety shut off valves and the meter shut off valves and report immediately to gas authorities. Never use rubber pipes to gas equipment, he said.
He said the best option to minimize the bad effects of gas heaters, one should minimize the length of time that gas heater is used. Have your gas heater serviced at least once a year? Heaters that are not in good working order can release higher amounts of pollutants into your room, he said. “If possible, avoid the use of gas heaters.”
Professor Ashraf said that suspected cases of gas poisoning should be removed
How do you detect a gas leak?
The most tell-tale sign of a leak is the smell of gas in your home. There may also be some clear signs from your household appliances that indicate a leak, even if you can’t smell gas. If the flame is a tired-looking orange or yellow color rather than crisp and blue, this can signal an issue. If the pilot light always seems to blow out, there could be an issue. On the outside of the appliance, keep an eye out for soot or any black or brown scorched areas. Watch out for excessive condensation on the windows, or a musty smell in the air.
In order to protect your house & family get a gas leak detector.
Click This Detector OR link to Get From Amazon
Check out this detector at Amazon