Friday, March 30, 2012

Jesus Christ:Not A God But A Scientific Derivation???

Jesus a most followed goddess in the world.Jesus as the largest followers in the world.Every christian believe in Jesus.So this article is not hurt anyone feeling and belief.The article only to show the scientific relativity with birth and legacy of the Jesus Christ.We are sorry if true truth hurts your heart.

Ancient people of the world believed that sun as the savior. They worshiped sun as the God’s. Even before the birth of Christ well behind 3000 BC Egyptian worshiped Sun(God of light) And Night(Evil darkness). Most interestingly Egyptian god Horus(3000BC) and Jesus Christ(1AD) have similar features in every aspect.Even Ancient belief Zodiac says Sun as God with center position and 12 constellation around the sun representing 12 months&4 season.

Jesus Christ alone doesn’t share same birth sequence or legacy. There are many god’s in the world share same birth sequence and legacy. It’s from Horus of Egypt to Krishna of India. So let’s first look into the birth sequence of the all the mystery goddess in the world. We are going to examine the  scientific evidence.

Jesus VS Other God's(Similarities)

 They some the famous god in the world so we choose it compare but there are more than thousand of god's have similar birth sequence and legacy.Every God and Religion has this same similarities.
Scientific birth day sequence,

Speaking scientifically the brightest star in the east is Sirius. On Dec 24,sirius align along with the three star of orion ‘s belt(Which is known as three kings)even today they are known as three king. On Dec 25,the sun(God’s sun) rise in line with this stars(Sirius and three kings) which is know as birth of Jesus Christ(Birth of Son of God). More fondly its winter solstice. 

Next we see the birth place significance scientifically,

Most of the goddess enjoy virgin birth, Virgin in Latin is known as Virgo (1 of the 12 constellation).The symbol of Virgin is House of Bread, even Bethlehem=House of bread. Too be more specific there is no place in the world known as Bethlehem. It’s located in the space.

Now we will see the death sequence scientifically,

Sun(God’s) Rotates earth first six months north to south then south to north. In that manner On Dec 22,Sun(God’s) reaches tip of the rotation so it looks like death without movement for three days. On Dec 25,Sun rise 1 degree then rotate anti-clockwise which is known as winter solstice. The most famous sentence of Christianity that Jesus died on cross resurrected after three days. Which is a scientific notation don’t have any link with Godly. Spring equinox is celebrated as Easter.

We will have a in-depth analysis of legacy of Christ,

Most famous picture of Christ is the last supper. In which god son occupy center and 12 disciples (12 constellation r 12 months).Which denote the sun transaction period over every constellation. The shorter form of the zodiac board center is the symbol (Holy Cross) of the Christianity.   


God is a police man and religion is a law both come into force for purifying people internally. So To speak the fact there is no god. Neglect a cold war in the name of god and religion. Knowledge is wealth so remove the ignorance of god. Have faith in yourself and spread the power of love. This article only to spread the message scientific knowledge not to harm anyone belief.      

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Tobacco/Cigarette:Smoking problem of India!!!

In 2010,Cancer alone accounted for 8 per cent of the 2.5 million total male death and 12 percent of the 1.6million total female deaths.Most of the people who are died due to cancer were in between the age group of 30-69 which account for 71% of the total.The estimates are 7,123 of the 1,22,429 deaths during 2001-2003 were due to cancer,corresponding to 5,56,400 cancer deaths in 2010.

At Nearly 23%,oral cancer caused most number of deaths among men.Its followed by stomach cancer and lung cancer.In case of women cervical cancer(17.2%) was the leading cause followed by breast cancer(10%).The most interesting fact tobacco related cancer accounted for 42% of all male deaths and 16.4% of all female deaths.Today tobacco as became viral disease  one of the few industry which is developing in fast face killing millions of people.

Tobacco In India:

Tobacco in India are cultivated in more than 3,90,000 hectare of land.India is the second largest producer of tobacco in the world.Andhra,Gujarat,UP,Karnataka account for 90% of the nation production.4.6% of the forest are been wiped out in India for tobacco production.For curing tobacco and manufacture of cigarettes we need wood in that manner India as lost about 868 million tons of forest wood or of forest.In India about 36 million people are engaged in production,processing,marketing and exporting which include 8 million farmers and 5 million bidi rolling employees.


  • Every one in three youth of India are smokers(35% or 274.9 million)
  • 14.1% of children between age group 13-15 age group are in contact with tobacco any form.
  • India is the second largest consumer of cigarette in the world.
  • Tobacco cultivation in India are about 4.21 lakh soccer field. 
  • India's total revenue of tobacco product are $1.62billion and healthcare spent on tobacco related disease are $6.32 billion.  

Tobacco In World:

 Tobacco are grown in 124 countries,3.8 million hectares of agriculture land.Every land of hectare produce about 1 ton of tobacco.Tobacco production in world is about 7.2 million tons every year.Every year about 20,000 hectares of forest are cleared for tobacco cultivation.There is a global evidence that about 1.7% global forest are wiped due to the tobacco cultivation.About every year 4.95 trillion butts of the cigarettes are littered in the world.Every year 6 million people die due to tobacco related disease.The death toll is estimated to touch a million by 2030.

Side-Effect Of Tobacco:

  • Tobacco are major source of cancer Across the globe and also produce chronic,cardiac disease etc.
  • Tobacco as to be passed through curing before its used so for every Kg of tobacco a 7.8Kg of wood required.So large amount forest are destroyed.
  • Tobacco require frequent fertilizers against the diseases so 16 pesticide are required.It Include DDT,Methyl bromide etc which are main source of ozone depletion and ground water toxic.
  • Cigarettes butts contain all toxic chemicals,pesticides and nicotine.
  • Tobacco also identifies as 6 out 8 of leading cause of death.


Tobacco earns billion dollar and provide thousand jobs,But kills millions of people,deforestation,ozone depletion etc.International Union must find a way to solve this problem.We must bring out farmers and workers in it slowly to other methods of job.Governments must impose restriction for tobacco production and smoking.Tobacco smuggling is the third largest money spindling under ground Industry.So we need to slove the problem otherwise million will moved into smoking habit.   

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Target Subsidies For Poor

Indian Government always generous to provide subsidies rate fuel,food,power and fertilizer.Even Government spent about 14% of GDP for subsidies the fuel,food,power and fertilizer.There is no uplift of poor and below poverty line people from there status.Most of the government benefits never reach the people  in the lower status.Instead the subsidies help only rich and upper middle class of the society.Government never finds a mechanism to reach the common man in India.Subsides are also looked as a eye wash to keep poor and middle class silent enabling rich to exploit the condition.Due to lack of targeting were people extract from stronger section and provide to stronger section itself.

Subsidies In Various Sector:

Fuel-According Recent report state owned oil company provided Oil subsides rate at 33% loos of there Revenue lose of there sales.
Power-Government provide free power for agriculture and even many state government provide free power to small scale industry.
Food-Government as already planned to provide free 7 kg of rice/wheat for all below poverty line under food security bill.Already estimation crosses 1.5lak crs.
Fertilizer-Government to reduce the burden of agriculture providing a huge sum of money to subsides the cost of fertilizer per bag.
Corporate-Government as recently cleared 5lak corporates tax by providing tax exemption.
Tax exemption-Government as raised the bar for tax exemption to 2lak.Today Tax/GDP Ratio as dropped to 15.4% and 10%.
Bank Loan-To avoid bankrupt of nationalized banks government pays interest for many loans farmers,agriculture,education etc. 

Subsidy are meant to address poverty in India.The current emergence is how to lock the leakage of subsidies and target the subsidies for poor.Farmers get subsidized power,water,cheap credit and fertilizers.But much of this actually benefits large farmers.The same thing is true for subsidy on diesel,kerosene and LPG.Its also cornered mostly by the non-poor.There is strong urban bias in the petrol-products subsidies.To remove an anti-poor or anti-rural bias in any subsidies reform cannot escape a discussion of targeting efficacy.As government announcement that next financial year the government as planned to keep subsidies below 2% of GDP which is roughly rs 2 trillion.If you even distribute the money between the poor it will up lift there social status.

The major problem of subsidies are they are not reaching poor or common man.For example:-there is no targeting of subsidies because of which free food reaches upper section were they resell the food to lower section through black market.So we require to find the exact weaker section in the society and direct the subsidies towards them.The huge amount which government provide as subsidies enable only privatization of public sector company.Which is good sign for big democracy country like India.Targeting of poor can be done aadhaar card,smart kisan credit card,no-frills bank account,NREGA job card,Computerized land documents etc.             


Every Government try to be robin-hood extract from stronger section and provide for weaker section.But in India alone its taking place in a reverse effect were money extracted from stronger section are re payed to stronger section itself.More than it we can see side effect of the subsidies in form of inflation,poor living condition,privatization etc.........

"Concession to rich is considered incentive and subsidy to poor is called burden on economy."-SITRAM YECHURY 

Sunday, March 25, 2012

IPL:A Shame Of Cricket/India?

IPL as most glamors event every year In India.IPL Is a masala of Bollywood,Model girls,cheer girls,riches,Billionaires,cheer leaders,players,Bookies,Mafia and Fool spectators.Every year IPL Earning goes up tremendous level.According to recent estimate,3.84$ billion making it one of the costliest sport body in the world.Every player earns proximate amount of $3.84 million which is second highest paid after NBA.

9Teams in IPL Earn Million legally and few more million illegally.Every IPL team market value gone up from the base price.CSK estimation touches $85.4 million and combined 9 team worth crosses $450million.Every team as about 12 sponsors in minimum to even 20 officially.Every team earns about 25-35 crs official but illegal every team earns more than hundred crs.According to latest report about 80% of the match are fixed and many player are supplied with model girls as a part of the deal.    

Every Ipl match takes about 100-200 crs of bidding for match fixing.Most of the Indian black money are speculated in bidding the match.Indian bookies are in constant touch with the team management and the bidders.Some match goes to last ball to increase the TRP rating and TV viewership.Totally about 100 companies sponsors for all the 9 teams.Every team want to see profit so they choice any option to attain the huge sum of money.Every cricketer want to get settled in life so they prefer more money than ethics.Most of the bookie amount are moves as property,asset and model girls to the players.In a team maximum of four players enough to be fixed to make a match fix.

(1) Franchise sells the team to many companies for ad and promotion. All players do ad for many company without taking any money for the franchise. The money wich is paid by companies for ad goes to franchise.
(2) No players can ignore the direction of their franchise for ad and promotion.
(3) Players of all IPL team are not allowed for do any ad or promotion without permission of their franchise during the IPL match.
(4) Franchise earns money from the ticket selling of stadium. The net profit is distributed in franchises and IPL.
(5) The franchises earn money from television rights of IPL cricket match. The earning of television ad during the live cricket match distributes in franchise of both teams (which are playing on the ground) and IPL. Suppose that Mumbai Indians and Kolkota Knight Riders are playing any match on any certain day. Then TV channel covers the live of that match and shows ad between the overs. TV channel pays shares of TV ad to the IPL. IPL distributes this amount to both franchise of IPL team and himself. So franchises want that their team should be play the more matches.
(6) Franchise of IPL team earns from the ad in stadium ground.
(7) Franchise sell their shares to some another investor in high value. New investor became part of franchise and take shares in profit of franchise.
(8) Every IPL match is fixed before its play. Match fixing is done in last 5 minutes before start the game. The owner of both teams earns money from bookies. It is in millions dollars. Every player of team know that what have to done in playground. All players show that they are trying hard to win the match but all players get more then their fees by fixing the match. Match fixing is main source of earn money for IPL team franchise. 70% of earning comes from match fixing. The play on playground is not real in IPL. This is only drama for making more money from ad and ticket. This is why that IPL wants more match from 2011. More match means more fixing, more fixing means more money.

IPL is biggest gamble of world. It is licensed gamble. IPL, BCCI, team owners, team players, team manager and all big person related to IPL earn in billions dollars in one IPL match by many source. Never think that any team have won any match by their talent. All team win the match from pre fixing.


Cricket is more than just a sport India.Every Indian follow cricket madly.The sad side of the cricket mad nation in which madness is exploited by corporates.IPL Only place for money not for real common man.Your craziness and madness are money for rich and players.Every think is for limit control influence of cricket.Simple to say "11 idiot play 11million fool watch."

Love Birds-3 for Indian Society!

Love birds for India was after the success of the previous article Love birds-2.Love the most Indispensable think in everyone's life.No One can survive in this world without love.In some part of your life you need to show or accept the love.Love doesn't have definition if you define love then your biggest fool in the World.To lead a life in earth you must poses something called love.Which make world look different for us.Love the most Hit word in Indian Society.The Word love bring blossom within youth,bring happiness in family,Hated term in Society.

Ancient India:-

Love were Part of Indian costumes and tradition.Over 3000 years back when Hinduism started in India and Veda was scripted.Love played a dominate role in the Civilization.In Ancient period,Indian's worshiped Kama deva and rati devi as a first symbol of love.Hinduism also preached love Only the purest form in the world to Attain God.Kama sutra a veda of Hinduism preaches Sex most purest of love in which a human can connect with the God.Love Evolved in many forms in India from religious aspect to common man.In Indian culture Love was a part of Indian Tradition were people live in as one family as joined family.Mostly in ancient India Love are considered as just a Sex due to which women were suppressed.After Arrival of AD Indian culture got changed to some extent.Which are openly can be seen In Indian Epic story Ramayana were Rama and Sita love for Each other,Krishna and Radha,Meera (A lonely women waiting for her love through out the life.)

Modern India:-(Today)

In Mechanical life of India,We are losing value of love not only between opposite sex but within our family also.Every year domestic violence in Indian family are on rise and number of person commit suicide also on rise.Every year in India about 1,00,000 people die due to love failure alone.In most of the situation love as been failed only due to the social impact and misunderstanding.More than girls only boys commit suicide.India is the only nation were love breakups and failures end up in suicide.Most of the domestic problem in India only due to lack of love.

First of all to thousands of readers love never fails.Only we make love failed.In most of the situation in India love breaks up before they tie-up there hands.Some love break due to fake relationship and misunderstanding.some relation break due to social impact.Once in India were people lived in join family love was the main aspect which bonded family members together.Today nuclear family were family miss love of grand parents and parents.So the children when they get someone who can show care on them they fall in love with that person.No one can say when a person gets love in its life.

In money world we don't have time to show love on a person.If anyone there to show love over you respect it and because its difficult to find such person in future.The major problems for love in India are caste,religion,status,consumeration,change in culture,social impact and stress etc.In busy day to day life some problem are not brought to light.In which love suicide and murder for love are very high in India.I already showed some of the problem of love in India like caste and religion so now I want to show case the problem due to enormous consumeration of people and change of culture.

Love:A Product

Love today has become more as commercial product.Love was hated by the common man due to caste and religion.Love was commercialized by business man and industrialized person.In Indian entertainment field were about more than 90% of the film realized are love stories.Most of commercial hit film's are love stories.So love became commercial and largely concentrated over a youth population in India.Many producer utilize love earn in million and destroy love in the society.Today Indian cinema show love as more glamor and  sexual oriented.So many youth fall in love due to impact of movies and get indulge in wrong relation.Finally they end up in stress and spoiling each other life.Most of the youth they don't feel the value of love.Still more than 70% of movie ticket in India were based on youth and lovers.Indian communication and telecom sector only based on the lovers.The billions of money what telecom sector earn were only due to love only.Still today many business in India were running around love only. Serial today telecasted in Tv were wrongly project love within the family and Increase domestic violence in the family.

Once upon time love produced William Shakespeare,Karl Marx,Napoleon etc but today its destroying youth in Indian society producing only deva das,suicide,mental disturbed etc..Most dangerous of the consumeration was in the name of love many women and girls are cheated.they were smuggled for prostitution,human trafficking and organ market.Today some love mutual break up after they share closeness with each other.The main reason for this problem are only due to wrong impression of love.


Love become most untouchable word in the Indian society.The enormous market of love which directly affect the person only who truly love.Already true love in India were affected by caste and religion.To add more pain to love the wrong projection of love affecting society in a wider aspect.Even tele serials destroy love in the society.They increase domestic violence in the Indian society.My humble request to value true love and support it against all odds.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

^50 Most Inspirational Failures In The History^

Read this article get inspired from every time you fail in life.Most successful people always faces failure more than success.
Henry Ford: While Ford is today known for his innovative assembly line and American-made cars, he wasn't an instant success. In fact, his early businesses failed and left him broke five times before he founded the successful Ford Motor Company.

R. H. Macy: Most people are familiar with this large department store chain, but Macy didn't always have it easy. Macy started seven failed business before finally hitting big with his store in New York City.

F. W. Woolworth: Some may not know this name today, but Woolworth was once one of the biggest names in department stores in the U.S. Before starting his own business, young Woolworth worked at a dry goods store and was not allowed to wait on customers because his boss said he lacked the sense needed to do so.

Soichiro Honda: The billion-dollar business that is Honda began with a series of failures and fortunate turns of luck. Honda was turned down by Toyota Motor Corporation for a job after interviewing for a job as an engineer, leaving him jobless for quite some time. He started making scooters of his own at home, and spurred on by his neighbors, finally started his own business.

Akio Morita: You may not have heard of Morita but you've undoubtedly heard of his company, Sony. Sony's first product was a rice cooker that unfortunately didn't cook rice so much as burn it, selling less than 100 units. This first setback didn't stop Morita and his partners as they pushed forward to create a multi-billion dollar company.

Bill Gates: Gates didn't seem like a shoe-in for success after dropping out of Harvard and starting a failed first business with Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen called Traf-O-Data. While this early idea didn't work, Gates' later work did, creating the global empire that is Microsoft.

Harland David Sanders: Perhaps better known as Colonel Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken fame, Sanders had a hard time selling his chicken at first. In fact, his famous secret chicken recipe was rejected 1,009 times before a restaurant accepted it.

Walt Disney: Today Disney rakes in billions from merchandise, movies and theme parks around the world, but Walt Disney himself had a bit of a rough start. He was fired by a newspaper editor because, "he lacked imagination and had no good ideas." After that, Disney started a number of businesses that didn't last too long and ended with bankruptcy and failure. He kept plugging along, however, and eventually found a recipe for success that worked.

Albert Einstein: Most of us take Einstein's name as synonymous with genius, but he didn't always show such promise. Einstein did not speak until he was four and did not read until he was seven, causing his teachers and parents to think he was mentally handicapped, slow and anti-social. Eventually, he was expelled from school and was refused admittance to the Zurich Polytechnic School. It might have taken him a bit longer, but most people would agree that he caught on pretty well in the end, winning the Nobel Prize and changing the face of modern physics.

Charles Darwin: In his early years, Darwin gave up on having a medical career and was often chastised by his father for being lazy and too dreamy. Darwin himself wrote, "I was considered by all my masters and my father, a very ordinary boy, rather below the common standard of intellect." Perhaps they judged too soon, as Darwin today is well-known for his scientific studies.

Robert Goddard: Goddard today is hailed for his research and experimentation with liquid-fueled rockets, but during his lifetime his ideas were often rejected and mocked by his scientific peers who thought they were outrageous and impossible. Today rockets and space travel don't seem far-fetched at all, due largely in part to the work of this scientist who worked against the feelings of the time.

Isaac Newton: Newton was undoubtedly a genius when it came to math, but he had some failings early on. He never did particularly well in school and when put in charge of running the family farm, he failed miserably, so poorly in fact that an uncle took charge and sent him off to Cambridge where he finally blossomed into the scholar we know today.

Socrates: Despite leaving no written records behind, Socrates is regarded as one of the greatest philosophers of the Classical era. Because of his new ideas, in his own time he was called "an immoral corrupter of youth" and was sentenced to death. Socrates didn't let this stop him and kept right on, teaching up until he was forced to poison himself.

Robert Sternberg: This big name in psychology received a C in his first college introductory psychology class with his teacher telling him that, "there was already a famous Sternberg in psychology and it was obvious there would not be another." Sternberg showed him, however, graduating from Stanford with exceptional distinction in psychology, summa cum laude, and Phi Beta Kappa and eventually becoming the President of the American Psychological Association.

Thomas Edison: In his early years, teachers told Edison he was "too stupid to learn anything." Work was no better, as he was fired from his first two jobs for not being productive enough. Even as an inventor, Edison made 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb. Of course, all those unsuccessful attempts finally resulted in the design that worked.

Orville and Wilbur Wright: These brothers battled depression and family illness before starting the bicycle shop that would lead them to experimenting with flight. After numerous attempts at creating flying machines, several years of hard work, and tons of failed prototypes, the brothers finally created a plane that could get airborne and stay there.

Winston Churchill: This Nobel Prize-winning, twice-elected Prime Minster of the United Kingdom wasn't always as well regarded as he is today. Churchill struggled in school and failed the sixth grade. After school he faced many years of political failures, as he was defeated in every election for public office until he finally became the Prime Minister at the ripe old age of 62.

Abraham Lincoln: While today he is remembered as one of the greatest leaders of our nation, Lincoln's life wasn't so easy. In his youth he went to war a captain and returned a private (if you're not familiar with military ranks, just know that private is as low as it goes.) Lincoln didn't stop failing there, however. He started numerous failed business and was defeated in numerous runs he made for public office.

Oprah Winfrey: Most people know Oprah as one of the most iconic faces on TV as well as one of the richest and most successful women in the world. Oprah faced a hard road to get to that position, however, enduring a rough and often abusive childhood as well as numerous career setbacks including being fired from her job as a television reporter because she was "unfit for tv."

Harry S. Truman: This WWI vet, Senator, Vice President and eventual President eventually found success in his life, but not without a few missteps along the way. Truman started a store that sold silk shirts and other clothing–seemingly a success at first–only go bankrupt a few years later.

Dick Cheney: This recent Vice President and businessman made his way to the White House but managed to flunk out of Yale University, not once, but twice. Former President George W. Bush joked with Cheney about this fact, stating, "So now we know –if you graduate from Yale, you become president. If you drop out, you get to be vice president."

Jerry Seinfeld: Just about everybody knows who Seinfeld is, but the first time the young comedian walked on stage at a comedy club, he looked out at the audience, froze and was eventually jeered and booed off of the stage. Seinfeld knew he could do it, so he went back the next night, completed his set to laughter and applause, and the rest is history.

Fred Astaire: In his first screen test, the testing director of MGM noted that Astaire, "Can't act. Can't sing. Slightly bald. Can dance a little." Astaire went on to become an incredibly successful actor, singer and dancer and kept that note in his Beverly Hills home to remind him of where he came from.

Sidney Poitier: After his first audition, Poitier was told by the casting director, "Why don't you stop wasting people's time and go out and become a dishwasher or something?" Poitier vowed to show him that he could make it, going on to win an Oscar and become one of the most well-regarded actors in the business.

Jeanne Moreau: As a young actress just starting out, this French actress was told by a casting director that she was simply not pretty enough to make it in films. He couldn't have been more wrong as Moreau when on to star in nearly 100 films and win numerous awards for her performances.

Charlie Chaplin: It's hard to imagine film without the iconic Charlie Chaplin, but his act was initially rejected by Hollywood studio chiefs because they felt it was a little too nonsensical to ever sell.

Lucille Ball: During her career, Ball had thirteen Emmy nominations and four wins, also earning the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Kennedy Center Honors. Before starring in I Love Lucy, Ball was widely regarded as a failed actress and a B movie star. Even her drama instructors didn't feel she could make it, telling her to try another profession. She, of course, proved them all wrong.

Harrison Ford: In his first film, Ford was told by the movie execs that he simply didn't have what it takes to be a star. Today, with numerous hits under his belt, iconic portrayals of characters like Han Solo and Indiana Jones, and a career that stretches decades, Ford can proudly show that he does, in fact, have what it takes.

Marilyn Monroe: While Monroe's star burned out early, she did have a period of great success in her life. Despite a rough upbringing and being told by modeling agents that she should instead consider being a secretary, Monroe became a pin-up, model and actress that still strikes a chord with people today.

Oliver Stone: This Oscar-winning filmmaker began his first novel while at Yale, a project that eventually caused him to fail out of school. This would turn out to be a poor decision as the the text was rejected by publishers and was not published until 1998, at which time it was not well-received. After dropping out of school, Stone moved to Vietnam to teach English, later enlisting in the army and fighting in the war, a battle that earning two Purple Hearts and helped him find the inspiration for his later work that often center around war.

Vincent Van Gogh: During his lifetime, Van Gogh sold only one painting, and this was to a friend and only for a very small amount of money. While Van Gogh was never a success during his life, he plugged on with painting, sometimes starving to complete his over 800 known works. Today, they bring in hundreds of millions.

Emily Dickinson: Recluse and poet Emily Dickinson is a commonly read and loved writer. Yet in her lifetime she was all but ignored, having fewer than a dozen poems published out of her almost 1,800 completed works.

Charles Schultz: Schultz's Peanuts comic strip has had enduring fame, yet this cartoonist had every cartoon he submitted rejected by his high school yearbook staff. Even after high school, Schultz didn't have it easy, applying and being rejected for a position working with Walt Disney.

Steven Spielberg: While today Spielberg's name is synonymous with big budget, he was rejected from the University of Southern California School of Theater, Film and Television three times. He eventually attended school at another location, only to drop out to become a director before finishing. Thirty-five years after starting his degree, Spielberg returned to school in 2002 to finally complete his work and earn his BA.

Stephen King: The first book by this author, the iconic thriller Carrie, received 30 rejections, finally causing King to give up and throw it in the trash. His wife fished it out and encouraged him to resubmit it, and the rest is history, with King now having hundreds of books published the distinction of being one of the best-selling authors of all time.

Zane Grey: Incredibly popular in the early 20th century, this adventure book writer began his career as a dentist, something he quickly began to hate. So, he began to write, only to see rejection after rejection for his works, being told eventually that he had no business being a writer and should given up. It took him years, but at 40, Zane finally got his first work published, leaving him with almost 90 books to his name and selling over 50 million copies worldwide.

J. K. Rowling: Rowling may be rolling in a lot of Harry Potter dough today, but before she published the series of novels she was nearly penniless, severely depressed, divorced, trying to raise a child on her own while attending school and writing a novel. Rowling went from depending on welfare to survive to being one of the richest women in the world in a span of only five years through her hard work and determination.

Monet: Today Monet's work sells for millions of dollars and hangs in some of the most prestigious institutions in the world. Yet during his own time, it was mocked and rejected by the artistic elite, the Paris Salon. Monet kept at his impressionist style, which caught on and in many ways was a starting point for some major changes to art that ushered in the modern era.

Jack London: This well-known American author wasn't always such a success. While he would go on to publish popular novels like White Fang and The Call of the Wild, his first story received six hundred rejection slips before finally being accepted.

Louisa May Alcott: Most people are familiar with Alcott's most famous work, Little Women. Yet Alcott faced a bit of a battle to get her work out there and was was encouraged to find work as a servant by her family to make ends meet. It was her letters back home during her experience as a nurse in the Civil War that gave her the first big break she needed.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Mozart began composing at the age of five, writing over 600 pieces of music that today are lauded as some of the best ever created. Yet during his lifetime, Mozart didn't have such an easy time, and was often restless, leading to his dismissal from a position as a court musician in Salzberg. He struggled to keep the support of the aristocracy and died with little to his name.

Elvis Presley: As one of the best-selling artists of all time, Elvis has become a household name even years after his death. But back in 1954, Elvis was still a nobody, and Jimmy Denny, manager of the Grand Ole Opry, fired Elvis Presley after just one performance telling him, "You ain't goin' nowhere, son. You ought to go back to drivin' a truck."

Igor Stravinsky: In 1913 when Stravinsky debuted his now famous Rite of Spring, audiences rioted, running the composer out of town. Yet it was this very work that changed the way composers in the 19th century thought about music and cemented his place in musical history.

The Beatles: Few people can deny the lasting power of this super group, still popular with listeners around the world today. Yet when they were just starting out, a recording company told them no. The were told "we don't like their sound, and guitar music is on the way out," two things the rest of the world couldn't have disagreed with more.

Ludwig van Beethoven: In his formative years, young Beethoven was incredibly awkward on the violin and was often so busy working on his own compositions that he neglected to practice. Despite his love of composing, his teachers felt he was hopeless at it and would never succeed with the violin or in composing. Beethoven kept plugging along, however, and composed some of the best-loved symphonies of all time–five of them while he was completely deaf.

Michael Jordan: Most people wouldn't believe that a man often lauded as the best basketball player of all time was actually cut from his high school basketball team. Luckily, Jordan didn't let this setback stop him from playing the game and he has stated, "I have missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I have lost almost 300 games. On 26 occasions I have been entrusted to take the game winning shot, and I missed. I have failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed."

Stan Smith: This tennis player was rejected from even being a lowly ball boy for a Davis Cup tennis match because event organizers felt he was too clumsy and uncoordinated. Smith went on to prove them wrong, showcasing his not-so-clumsy skills by winning Wimbledon, U. S. Open and eight Davis Cups.

Babe Ruth: You probably know Babe Ruth because of his home run record (714 during his career), but along with all those home runs came a pretty hefty amount of strikeouts as well (1,330 in all). In fact, for decades he held the record for strikeouts. When asked about this he simply said, "Every strike brings me closer to the next home run."

Tom Landry: As the coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Landry brought the team two Super Bowl victories, five NFC Championship victories and holds the records for the record for the most career wins. He also has the distinction of having one of the worst first seasons on record (winning no games) and winning five or fewer over the next four seasons.

#World Famous LOVE Stories#


This is probably the most famous lovers ever. This couple has become a synonym for love itself. Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy by William Shakespeare. Their love story is very tragic. The tale of two teenagers from two feuding families who fall in love at first sight and then marry, become true lovers and then risk it all for their love. To take your own life for your husband or wife is definitely a sign of true love. Their "untimely deaths" ultimately unite their feuding households.


The true love story of Antony and Cleopatra is one of the most memorable, intriguing and moving of all times. The story of these two historical characters had later been dramatized by William Shakespeare and is still staged all over the world. The relationship of Antony and Cleopatra is a true test of love. They fell in love at first sight. The relationship between these two powerful people put the country of Egypt in a powerful position. But their love affair outraged the Romans who were wary of the growing powers of the Egyptians. Despite all the threats, Anthony and Cleopatra got married. It is said that while fighting a battle against Romans, Antony got false news of Cleopatra's death. Shattered, he fell on his sword. When Cleopatra learned about Antony 's death, she was shocked. And she took her own life. Great love demands great sacrifices.



The tragic love story of Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere is probably one of the best-known stories of Arthurian Legend. Lancelot fall in love with Queen Guinevere, King Arthur's wife. Their love grew slowly, as Guinevere kept Lancelot away from her. Eventually, however, her love and passion overpowered her and the pair became lovers. One night, Sir Agravain and Sir Modred, King Arthur's nephew, led a band of 12 knights to Guinevere's chamber where they burst in upon the lovers. Discovered, Sir Lancelot made a fighting escape, but poor Guinevere was not so lucky. She was seized and condemned to burn to death for her adultery. Fear not. Sir Lancelot returned several days later to rescue his beloved Guinevere from the fire. This whole sad affair divided the Knights of the Round Table and weakened Arthur's kingdom. Poor Lancelot ended his days as a lowly hermit and Guinevere became a nun at Amesbury where she died.


The tragic love story of Tristan and Isolde has been told and retold through various stories and manuscripts. It takes place during medieval times during the reign of King Arthur. Isolde of Ireland was the daughter of the King of Ireland. She was betrothed to King Mark of Cornwall. King Mark sent his nephew, Tristan, to Ireland to escort Isolde back to Cornwall. During the voyage, Isolde and Tristan fell forever in love. Isolde did marry Mark of Cornwall, but could not help but love Tristan. The love affair continued after the marriage. When King Mark finally learned of the affair, he forgave Isolde, but Tristan was banned from Cornwall. Tristan went to Brittany. There he met Iseult of Brittany. He was attracted to her because of the similarity of her name to his true love. He married her, but did not consummate the marriage because of his love for the "true" Isolde. After falling ill, he sent for Isolde in hopes that she would be able to cure him. If she agreed to come, the returning ship's sails would be white, or the sails would be black if she did not agree. Iseult, seeing the white sails, lied to Tristan and told him that the sails were black. He died of grief before Isolde could reach him. Isolde died soon after of a broken heart.


Recounted in Homer's Iliad, the story of Helen of Troy and the Trojan War is a Greek heroic legend, combining fact and fiction. Helen of Troy is considered one the most beautiful women in all literature. She was married to Menelaus, king of Sparta. Paris, son of King Priam of Troy, fell in love with Helen and abducted her, taking her back to Troy. The Greeks assembled a great army, led by Menelaus's brother, Agamemnon, to retrieve Helen. Troy was destroyed. Helen returned safely to Sparta, where she lived happily with Menelaus for the rest of her life.



Orpheus and Eurydice story is an ancient greek tale of desperate love. Orpheus fell deeply in love with and married Eurydice, a beautiful nymph. They were very much in love and very happy together. Aristaeus, a Greek god of the land and agriculture, became quite fond of Eurydice, and actively pursued her. While fleeing from Aristaeus, Eurydice ran into a nest of snakes which bit her fatally on her legs. Distraught, Orpheus played such sad songs and sang so mournfully that all the nymphs and gods wept. On their advice, Orpheus traveled to the underworld and by his music softened the hearts of Hades and Persephone (he was the only person ever to do so), who agreed to allow Eurydice to return with him to earth on one condition: he should walk in front of her and not look back until they both had reached the upper world. In his anxiety he forgot that both needed to be in the upper world, and he turned to look at her, and she vanished for the second time, but now forever.


A marriage of convenience, at age 26 Napoleon took a fancy to Josephine. An older, prominent, and most importantly wealthy woman. As time drew on, Napoleon fell deeply in love with Josephine, and she with him, but that didn't deter the adultery on both sides-their mutual respect for one another kept them together, and their burning passion between them didn't falter, and was genuine. They eventually split, as Napoleon deeply required something Josephine could not give him, an heir. Sadly they parted ways, both bearing the love and passion in their hearts, for all eternity.


Few couples understand sacrifice quite like this Greek pair. After being torn apart, they wait twenty long years to be reunited. War takes Odysseus away shortly after his marriage to Penelope. Although she has little hope of his return, she resists the 108 suitors who are anxious to replace her husband. Odysseus is equally devoted, refusing a beautiful sorceress's offer of everlasting love and eternal youth, so that he might return home to his wife and son. This Valentine's Day, take a cue from Homer, and remember that true love is worth waiting for.



Paolo and Francesca are made famous by the Dante's masterpiece "Divine Comedy". It is a true story: Francesca is married with Gianciotto Malatesta an awful person, but she has Gianciotto's brother, Paolo, as lover. The love between them grows when they read together a book (according to Dante) about Lancelot and Guinevere. When the two lovers are discovered they are killed by Gianciotto.


"Gone with the wind" can be identified as one of the immortal pieces of literary works in this world. Margaret Mitchell's famous work has chronicled the love and hate relationship between Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler. Proving that timing is everything, Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler never seem to be quite in synch. Throughout the epic story, this tempestuous twosome experience passion but not permanence, and their stormy marriage reflects the surrounding Civil War battles. The flirtatious, promiscuous, and perpetually pursued Scarlett can't make up her mind between her many suitors. When she finally decides to settle on being happy with Rhett, her fickle nature has already driven him away. Hope springs eternal in our devious heroine, however, and the novel ends with Scarlett proclaiming, "Tomorrow is another day."


In Charlotte Bronte's famous tale, friendless characters find a cure for loneliness in each other's company. Jane is an abused orphan employed as a governess to the charge of an abrasive, but very rich Edward Rochester. The improbable pair grow close as Rochester reveals a tender heart beneath his gruff exterior. He does not, however, reveal his penchant for polygamy - on their wedding day, a horrified Jane discovers he is already married. Heartbroken, Jane runs away, but later returns after a dreadful fire has destroyed Rochester's mansion, killed his wife, and left him blind. Love triumphs, and the two reunite and live out their days in shared bliss.


A leading medieval poet of Iran, Nizami of Ganje is known especially for his romantic poem Layla and Majnun Inspired by an Arab legend, Layla and Majnun is a tragic tale about unattainable love. It had been told and retold for centuries, and depicted in manuscripts and other media such as ceramics for nearly as long as the poem has been penned. Layla and Qays fall in love while at school. Their love is observed and they are soon prevented from seeing one another. In misery, Qays banishes himself to the desert to live among and be consoled by animals. He neglects to eat and becomes emaciated. Due to his eccentric behavior, he becomes known as Majnun (madman). There he befriends an elderly Bedouin who promises to win him Layla’s hand through warfare. Layla’s tribe is defeated, but her father continues to refuse her marriage to Majnun because of his mad behavior, and she is married to another. After the death of Layla’s husband, the old Bedouin facilitates a meeting between Layla and Majnun, but they are never fully reconciled in life. Upon death, they are buried side by side. The story is often interpreted as an allegory of the soul’s yearning to be united with the divine.


This is a story of a monk and a nun whose love letters became world famous. Around 1100, Peter Abelard went to Paris to study at the school of Notre Dame. He gained a reputation as an outstanding philosopher. Fulbert, the canon of Notre Dame, hired Abelard to tutor his niece, Heloise. Abelard and the scholarly Heloise fell deeply in love, conceived a child, and were secretly married. But Fulbert was furious, so Abelard sent Heloise to safety in a convent. Thinking that he intended to abandon Heloise, Fulbert had his servants castrate Abelard while he slept. Abelard became a monk and devoted his life to learning. The heartbroken Heloise became a nun. Despite their separations and tribulations, Abelard and Heloise remained in love. Their poignant love letters were later published.


A very touching love story that is sure to move anyone who reads it is that of Pyramus and Thisbe. Theirs was a selfless love and they made sure that even in death, they were together. Pyramus was the most handsome man and was childhood friend of Thisbe, the fairest maiden in Babylonia. They both lived in neighboring homes and fell in love with each other as they grew up together. However, their parents were dead against them marrying each other. So one night just before the crack of dawn, while everyone was asleep, they decided to slip out of their homes and meet in the nearby fields near a mulberry tree. Thisbe reached there first. As she waited under the tree, she saw a lion coming near the spring close by to quench its thirst. Its jaws were bloody. When Thisbe saw this horrifying sight, she panicked and ran to hide in some hollow rocks nearby. As she was running, she dropped her veil. The lion came near and picked up the veil in his bloody jaws. At that moment, Pyramus reaches near the mulberry tree and sees Thisbe's veil in the jaws of the lion. He is completely devastated. Shattered, he pierces his chest with his own sword. Unknown to what just happened, Thisbe is still hiding in the rocks due to the fear of the lion. When she comes out after sometime, she sees what her lover did to himself. She is totally shattered when she sees the sword piercing right through her lover's chest. She also takes the sword and kills herself.


Actually Jane Austen has personified two attributes of human nature, pride and prejudice in Darcy and Elizabeth. Darcy comes from a very high social hierarchy and Pemberley. He typifies the educated aristocracy while on the other hand, Elizabeth is the second daughter of a gentleman of modest means. Mr. Bennett has five daughters who have been allowed to grow up the way they wanted, there has been no school education for them, nor has there been any governess at home. Elizabeth’s very indulgent mother and irresponsible father never gave any thought to the future of the daughters, it is always taken for granted, that they will do well for themselves. To a woman of Mrs. Bennett's understanding, doing well exclusively means finding a rich, well to do husband. For a man of Darcy's social stature, these were very serious failings of the family and totally unacceptable to his polished, educated and refined mind. Darcy adores Pemberley, and the future mistress of that estate can only be just as polished and refined and from an equally prestigious family. He falls in love with Elizabeth only to be refused by her initially, and then much later she realized that she can love no one but Darcy. How they become united and understand the love for each other makes very interesting study.


The love story of Salim and Anarkali is a story that every lover knows. The son of the great Mughal emperor Akbar, Salim, fell in love with an ordinary but beautiful courtesan Anarkali. He was mesmerized by her beauty and fell in love as soon as he saw her. But the emperor could not digest the fact that his son was in love with an ordinary courtesan. He started pressurizing Anarkali and devised all sorts of tactics o make her fall in the eyes of the young, love smitten prince. When Salim came to know of this, he declared a war against his own father. But the mighty emperor's gigantic army is too much for the young prince to handle. He gets defeated and is sentenced to death. This is when Anarkali intervenes and renounces her love to save her beloved from the jaws of death. She is entombed alive in a brick wall right in front of her lover's eyes.


This love story is a famous legend in the history of America. Pocahontas, an Indian Princess was the daughter of Powhatan. Powhatan was the powerful chief of the Algonquian Indians in the Tidewater region of Virginia. Pocahontas for the first time in her life saw Englishmen in May 1607. She found John Smith most attractive and developed a liking for him. Smith was taken to the official residence of Powhattan and he was tortured. It was Pocahontas who saved his life from the attack of the Indians. Pocahontas then helped Smith to stand on his feet and Powhattan adopted Smith as his son. This incident helped Pocahontas and Smith to become friends with each other. Pocahontas after this incident made frequent visits to the Jamestown and passed on to the Indians messages of her father. John Smith after getting badly injured due to gunpowder explosion, returned to England. When Pocahontas made a visit to the fort, she was informed that Smith was dead. Sometime after, Pocahontas was taken prisoner by Sir Samuel Argall. Argall hoped to use Pocahontas as abargaining chip with her father Powhatan in effort to get English prisoners returned. During her captivity, she decided to become a Christian, taking the name “Rebecca” when she was baptized. A year later, she married John Rolfe. She made a visit to London, where he met his friend John Smith after eight long years and it was their last meeting.


In 1612, a teenage girl, Arjumand Banu, married 15-year-old Shah Jahan, ruler of the Mughal Empire. Renamed Mumtaz Mahal, she bore Shah Jahan 14 children and became his favorite wife. After Mumtaz died in 1629, the grieving emperor resolved to create a fitting monument. It took 20,000 workers and 1,000 elephants nearly 20 years to complete this monument - the Taj Mahal. Shah Jahan was never able to complete a black marble mausoleum he planned for himself. Deposed by his son, Shah Jahan was imprisoned in the Red Fort of Agra, and spent lonely hours staring across the Jamuna River at the monument to his beloved queen. He was eventually buried beside her in the Taj Mahal.


This is a story about partners in love and science. Unable to continue her studies in Poland because universities did not admit women, Maria Sklodowska Curie traveled to Paris in 1891 to attend the Sorbonne. Known by the French "Marie," she spent every spare hour reading in the library or in the laboratory. The industrious student caught the eye of Pierre Curie, director one of the laboratories where Marie worked. Curie ardently wooed Marie and made several marriage proposals. They were finally married in 1895 and began their famous partnership. In 1898 they discovered polonium and radium. The Curies and scientist Henri Becquerel won a Nobel Prize for Physics in 1903 for discovering radioactivity. When Curie died in 1904, Marie pledged to carry on their work. She took his place at the Sorbonne, becoming the school's first female teacher. In 1911 she became the first person to win a second Nobel Prize, this time for chemistry. She continued to experiment and lecture until her death of leukemia in 1934, driven by the memory of the man she loved.


This love story is about English royalty who mourned her husband's death for 40 years. Victoria was a lively, cheerful girl, fond of drawing and painting. She ascended the throne of England in 1837 after the death of her uncle, King William IV. In 1840, she married her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. While at first Prince Albert was unpopular in some circles because he was German, he came to be admired for his honesty, diligence, and his devotion to his family. The couple had nine children. Victoria loved her husband deeply. She relied on his advice in matters of state, especially in diplomacy. When Albert died in 1861, Victoria was devastated. She did not appear in public for three years. Her extended seclusion generated considerable public criticism. Several attempts were made on Victoria's life. However, under the influence of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, Victoria resumed public life, opening Parliament in 1866. But Victoria never stopped mourning her beloved prince, wearing black until her death in 1901. During her reign, the longest in English history, Britain became a world power on which "the sun never set."
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