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Sunday 10 April 2016

How Cashback is adding a Cherry on the top of your online shopping deals

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What is Online Shopping?

 Instead of going directly to a shop, you access a retailer's online(internet) store through an ECOM website like Amazon, Flipkart, SnapDeal, Askmebazzar, Jabong, American swan, Paytm, Yepme, Myntra, Shopclues, Homeshop18, naaptol, Pepperfry and more.
In this method of shopping, you need not go to a real shop which is made up of bricks and concrete and you need not go to long distance to buy your favorite products instead through online shopping you can shop in the virtual world of shopping, where you can buy your desired product just by clicking your mouse buttons.

Online shopping provides you a different way of paying options like Payment through credit card, Debit card, Cash On Delivery,EMI, Paypal etc...

Thus the online shopping becoming more familiar nowadays and the online shopping sites like amazon, Snapdeal, Flipkart etc... are providing awesome discounts for the products.

This kind of providing Discounts will increase the number of customers to their site also the customers feel it comfortable and buying the products that have more % of discounts.


For example see the below image the original price is discounted to some %


At the developed stage of these kinds of discounts a new type of offer is introduced which is called as the Cash Back offer which means you get your money back that is paid by you to buy that product, cool right!!!

Cash back is a term nowadays used often in the Online Shopping. Cash Back concept is simple you get money for shopping.

If you buy a product online the product's company will provide you some % of your amount back to you.  

Cash Back makes the customers to buy the product immediately and in more quantity.

Cashback is not the same as discount. Discount is usually given instantaneously on-the-spot before a bill or invoice is generated, but cashback gets reflected in the monthly statement of a card as a credit to the person who holds the card.

The Cash will be credited to your account at the end of the month of you are purchase.

Thus the Cash Back is like adding a Cherry on the top of your online shoppping.


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Wednesday 13 January 2016

Why do clouds have different shapes?

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Hello mate,

In this post, I am going to post about a simple and at the time which makes us think that Why do clouds have different shapes?

A cloud is made of water drops or ice crystals floating in the sky. There are many kinds of clouds. Clouds are an important part of Earth's weather.

How Do Clouds Form?

The sky can be full of water. But most of the time you can't see the water. The drops of water are too small to see. 

They have turned into a gas called water vapour.

As the water vapour goes higher in the sky, the air gets cooler.

The cooler air causes the water droplets to start to stick to things like bits of dust, ice or sea salt.

What Are Some Types of Clouds?

Clouds get their names in two ways. One way is by where they are found in the sky. Some clouds are high up in the sky. 

Low clouds form closer to Earth's surface. In fact, low clouds can even touch the ground. These clouds are called fog.

 Middle clouds are found between low and high clouds.

Another way clouds are named is by their shape.

 Cirrus clouds are high clouds.

 They look like feathers.

 Cumulus clouds are middle clouds.

 These clouds look like giant cotton balls in the sky. 

Stratus clouds are low clouds. They cover the sky like bed sheets.

Why do clouds have different shapes?

Clouds are made up of tiny drops of water vapour, or ice particles, or both.

The shape of a cloud depends on its height and temperature. 

Cumuliform clouds are shaped like mushrooms and are formed when rising warm air cools as it goes up.

Stratiform clouds come in flat, dull layers and are formed when air sinks in a high-pressure area, creating a layer of cold air near the ground that doesn't rise or rises only very slowly.

Cirriform clouds are clouds that have risen on a front or tropical cyclone and frozen into ice crystals at a very high attitude.

They look like thin hair.

The shape of clouds also depends on the time of the day.

Towards evening, clouds tend to be thinner and flatter than during the daytime.

Changes in wind patterns also change the shapes of clouds.

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Monday 11 January 2016

6 Websites that will make you an Expert

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Hello mate,

In this post, I am going to post the
6 Websites that will make you an Expert.

These 6 websites are common to everyone, but it will be greatly useful to the students and enthusiastic learner's.

Here are those 6 websites that will make you an Expert.

1.Tutorial points -


This is an Awesome and quite a useful website to learn programming languages like C, C++, C#, Java, Android, database connectivity and much more programming and also other various study-related tutorials which are mostly used by the Students.

This website provides unique and easy examples for every programming concepts.

The available tutorials are

1.General discussion
3.Latest news
4.Software engineering
5.Quality forums
6.Pmp certification
7.Scripting programming
8.Web server forums
9.Browser scripting
10.Html/ XHTML forums
11.Latest technologies

2.Coursera -


Coursera is an education platform that partners with top universities and organizations worldwide, to offer courses online for anyone to take.See the List of courses available here COURSES.



W3schools is Web developer site that provides tutorials in various web developing languages such as 












This Website will contain every domain in the Science domain.

5.Duolingo -


What are the languages do you know?

Duolingo is the Website that provides you teaching on different languages like English, Hindi, French, Spanish, Turkish, Hungarian, Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese etc...

You can take a daily training for 5 minutes minimum and you can feel the change of speaking a new Language.

6.Sharp brains -


This Website provides a large number of brain teasers and brain performance test and it also provides to increase our brain capabilities.

I hope that these sites will be more helpful to you and mostly if you are a student you ought to check it out these websites immediately.

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Also, read Best Online Course Sites.

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Saturday 9 January 2016

The Falkirk Wheel

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Falkirk wheel

Hello mate,

The Man has made several creations in this vast world, some of them are unique in  kind. 

One of them is The Falkirk Wheel in Scotland.

The Falkirk Wheel is a rotating boat lift located in Scotland. It connects the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.

Falkirk wheel -Scotland map

The Canals were previously connected by a series of 11 locks, but by the 1930's, these had fallen into disuse.

The wheel is a symbol of the Millennium Link, the largest ever canal restoration project in the UK.

The only structure of its kind in the world, the Wheel is situated in a natural amphitheatre outside Falkirk.

The wheel receives boats from one canal, rotates and descends or lifts the boats to another canal, where the boats are placed to continue their journey.

The Falkirk Wheel is 35 metres high. Each of its gondolas contains 300 tonnes of water, meaning that the wheel moves 600 tonnes on each lift.

Full View of Falkirk wheel

But because the gondolas are always in balance for the boats displace their own weight of water, moving them takes surprisingly little power.

Look the functioning of the Falkirk wheel

The mechanism in the Falkirk wheel

The mechanism in the Falkirk wheel

Up to eight boats can be carried at any one time. Nothing like it has ever been built before, anywhere in the world.

Falkirk - mechanism

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I hope this information's The Falkirk Wheel was new and awesome right!!!

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