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Personality traits from Fingerprints and Handwriting

Personality traits from Fingerprints and Handwriting The Fingerprints and the Handwriting are two different fields, independent of each other, but both indicating the personality traits or behaviour a particular person. According to senior dermatoglyphic scientist, Mr. Nagesh Vadhera, senior scientist with Delhi Police, India, the development of brain and the ridges on the fingers start at the same time in the embryonic stage. Along with the simultaneous development of ridges on  Fingerprints and development of Read more about Personality traits from Fingerprints and Handwriting[…]

Personality traits and handwriting.

​What is graphology?  Can handwriting tell the age and gender of the writer?  What are the various characteristics of handwriting considered by graphologists in their analysis? Is there any relationship between handwriting and personality traits of the writer? For answer, read on. Handwriting, like a fingerprint, is unique to its owner. Handwriting not only identifies it’s owner but also speak about that owner, his intelligence, his personality traits, etc. Cardinal Richelieu, (1585-1642), was the Chief Read more about Personality traits and handwriting.[…]

PEOPLE WITHOUT FINGERPRINT IDENTITY

FINGERPRINTS are the impressions of the first phallange of fingers on some surface by whatsoever medium, i.e. whether it is printer’s ink, stamp pad ink, greese, blood, paint, oil, mud, etc.  The bulbular portion of human hand and fingers have epidermal ridges which is made by fusion of epidermal units. Each epidermal unit have a sweat pore. Between two ridges is a valley like structure which is known as furrow in the forensic parlance. The Read more about PEOPLE WITHOUT FINGERPRINT IDENTITY[…]

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BEAUTIFUL INDIAN VILLAGES SERIES – KILA RAIPUR, LUDHIANA, PUNJAB.

               VILLAGE KILA RAIPUR Kila Raipur Sports Festival, popularly known as the Rural Olympics, is held annually in Kila Raipur (near Ludhiana), in Punjab, India. Competitions are held for major Punjabi rural sports, include cart-race, athletic events and rope pulling. In February each year, Ludhiana becomes the destination for hundreds of sports enthusiasts, including foreigners. They come to Kila Raipur to see the special breed of bullocks, camels, dogs, Read more about BEAUTIFUL INDIAN VILLAGES SERIES – KILA RAIPUR, LUDHIANA, PUNJAB.[…]

BEAUTIFUL INDIAN VILLAGES SERIES – GOKARNA, KARNATAKA.

      VILLAGE GOKARNA, KARNATAKA                  .     Gokarna is a small temple town on the western coast of India in the Kumta taluk of Uttara Kannada district of the state of Karnataka. The main temple and deity is Lord Shiva, who is also known as Mahabaleshwara. This temple houses what is believed to be original image of Lord Shiva’s linga (Atmalinga).  Kotitheertha temple tank in Read more about BEAUTIFUL INDIAN VILLAGES SERIES – GOKARNA, KARNATAKA.[…]

BEAUTIFUL INDIAN VILLAGES SERIES – JANJEHLI, HIMACHAL PRADESH

                  VILLAGE JANJEHLI The Scenic Janjehli valley, 67 Km from Mandi, is a tranquil and calm place.  The Beauty of which is enhanced by its lush surroundings and soothing greenery. The Valley can be used as the base for a variety of treks to places like Shikari Devi, Chindi, Karsag and Shoja. Apart from rest houses. HPTDC  has good accommodation facilities at Janjehli and Chindi. It is Read more about BEAUTIFUL INDIAN VILLAGES SERIES – JANJEHLI, HIMACHAL PRADESH[…]

BEAUTIFUL INDIAN VILLAGES SERIES – KASOL, HIMACHAL PRADESH.

KASOL VILLAGE, HIMACHAL PRADESH Kasol is a village in district Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, northern India. It is situated in Parvati Valley, on the banks of the Parvati River, on the way between Bhuntar to Manikaran.  It is located 31.2 km from Bhuntar and 5 kms before Manikaran.  Treacherous roads, a hippie culture and some stunning sceneries – this is what makes up Tosh. This little village tucked in the Himachal offers on-going treakers pretty pastoral Read more about BEAUTIFUL INDIAN VILLAGES SERIES – KASOL, HIMACHAL PRADESH.[…]

MOST BEAUTIFUL VILLAGES OF INDIA.Mawlynnong, Meghalaya.

Mawlynnong is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of the Meghalaya state, India. It is famous for its cleanliness and natural attraction. Mawlynnong is known for its cleanliness. The waste is collected in the dustbins made of bamboo, directed to a pit and then used as manure.  A community initiative mandates that all residents should participate in cleaning up the village. Smoking and use of polythene is banned while rainwater harvesting is encouraged. . Read more about MOST BEAUTIFUL VILLAGES OF INDIA.Mawlynnong, Meghalaya.[…]

BEAUTIFUL INDIAN VILLAGES SERIES – KHONOMA, NAGALAND.

Khonoma green Village Overview A one of its kind project in the country, Khonoma village is a testament to the will power of the tribal groups of Nagaland to protect and conserve their natural habitat. The village is an eco-village with all forms of hunting admonished for a more sustainable ecosystem. The reason Khonoma is even more special is that the Naga tribes, who live here are traditionally known to be largely dependent on nature Read more about BEAUTIFUL INDIAN VILLAGES SERIES – KHONOMA, NAGALAND.[…]