The parentage of Pan is not very clear. However, some accounts described him as the son of Hermes, the messenger of the gods, and a wood nymph, named Dryope. He was born with two horns coming out of his forehead, crooked nose and pointed ears. In his lower limb, he
Kitty runs a brothel in Nazi Germany, where the military officers and the dignitaries can relax. She owned the facility all through her life. The aim of the brothel during the war was to seduce German military officers, dignitaries, and diplomats with women and alcohol so that they could express
Tomorrow will be the 70th Independence Day of India. The entire country will celebrate the day. Many people sacrificed their lives for the precious freedom. The struggle for freedom making the day is most eventful day in Indian history. Today let us discuss some interesting facts about the Indian Independence
Literally, a Cenotaph is an empty tomb or a monument erected in honour of a person or persons whose mortal remains are elsewhere.
There are three monuments in Calcutta, to honour the Indian soldiers who died in the First World War. The most prominent among these is the Glorious Dead Cenotaph,
Ilse Koch is the name of the devil woman who used to make lampshades from the skin of the prisoners of the Buchenwald concentration camp. She was every bit an evil, she was rightly nicknamed ‘The Bitch of Buchenwald’ for her barbarism and sadism.
Born to a factory foreman in Dresden
Intelligence Agencies play an important role in any country’s governance. Today a nation not only depends on its Army, Navy but also on the secret agency. The agency knows all the dirty secret of a nation or it has so many strategies to find out any hidden secret of a
The Ochterlony Monument, popularly known as ‘Monument’, is a prominent and iconic landmark of Calcutta. It was designed by J. P. Parker and erected by Burn & Company in 1828, on the north-eastern side of Calcutta Maidan. The Monument was dedicated to the memory of Major-general Sir David Ochterlony, a
Cries and Whispers (Viskningar och rop) is a 1972 Swedish film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman and starring Harriet Andersson, Kari Sylwan, Ingrid Thulin and Liv Ullman. The film is all about pain, death, love, lust, hate, and self-loathing which create almost a claustrophobic feeling.
The story is set on
We can also call Kolkata the City of Food. This is a paradise for all foodies. The delicacy of Kolkata works like a magnet and the food lovers automatically attract to the food. Now the city has many new age eateries but the traditional, old and heritage eateries have no
India is the home of religion, beliefs and several deities. The country is full of temples. This land is a home of 64 crore deities. Belief is something which gives strength to people. Devotees offer flowers, fruits, garlands to various deities in a hope that there wish would fulfil. But