Thursday, October 16, 2014

Google unveils Android 5.0 Lollipop as an official name..

Along with the announcement of the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9 today, Google also announced that the next iteration of their mobile OS, which we so far knew under the codename Android L, will actually be called Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Android Lollipop was one of the top picks of the rumor mill anyway, but another not so distant possibility was also Lion, which seemed quite reasonable, bearing in mind it will follow right after KitKat.
Android 5.0 Lollipop will ship on the just announced Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, but it will also be available on Nexus 4, 5, 7, 10, and Google Play edition devices in the coming weeks.
Here you can find out more about Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014 smartwatch gets its announcement tomorrow ie Oct 15 2014 Wednesday

Musician and Intel's Director of Creative Innovation announced in April he is preparing to launch a smartwatch, but the product missed on its July launch. However, now says the watch is ready and has even demonstrated it live at a party.
The mystery smartwatch announcement is set to take place tomorrow, Wednesday, a day before Apple's event. The musician built up excitement for his wearable gadget by playing music and placing a call from it. You can check out how that went in the video below.
Anyway, no further details surrounding the watch are known for now. revealed earlier that it will come preloaded with Facebook, Instagram and Twitter apps. It has a curved screen and can store music locally. However, it's highly likely that it will come with a music service attached to it.

13 Things That Happen When You’re Friends With A Moody Person

If you have a friend whose mood goes from “I love everyone” to “screw this world” in ten seconds, you’re not alone. A lot of us have friends who are moody and sometimes, their erratic behaviour is just too much to handle.

Following are the things that we do when we have a friend who is moody.

1. You are more than used to all their mood swings


2. And consequently, you know how to handle them


3. As a result of them being moody, you are generally more stable


Because two moody people= recipe for disaster.

4. You are more flexible about changing plans because of them

You don’t complain too much when they suddenly feel like sitting at home instead of partying out.

5. You know all the tricks to change their mood when they’re sad


You never tell them the secret formula you use. ;)

6. You are, by default, more patient than them


You give them time to understand their change of mood, and help them out in doing it.

7. You never ask them questions like “are you PMSing?”


Because you know that they’re genuinely pissed off.

8. You are familiar with the fact that they’re a ticking time bomb



9. You know how to work your way through when they’re unimpressed with everything


10. And sometimes you scold them for not having control on their emotions


Because you have a threshold of tolerance too.

11. But, when you guys fight, there are chances they won’t remember it later


Always cool, isn’t it? :D

12. Because you’re very understanding of their moods, they try and take control of it


13. And your relationship with them is perfect because both of you are yin and yang


You and your friend are meant to be, because what you give to your friendship complements what they give from their side. :)

17 Things Guys With Beards Are Tired Of Hearing

Beards are a man’s best friend. But there are so many people who find it rather amusing, and have the most bizarre things to ask/say when they see a man walking with his mighty beard-the only accessory he needs to make him feel confident and sexy.
Here are a few things every bearded guy is tired of hearing.

1. “Kiske gham mein dadhi badha rahe ho?”



2. “You won’t get a job looking like this.”


Challenge accepted.

3. “You look depressed.”


Yes. Your comment is depressing me.

4. “Naha ke nahi aaya kya?”


Smell me if you will.

5. “We’ll gift you a trimmer on your birthday.”


I really wanted the new FIFA game though.

6. “Do you comb your beard?”


As a matter of fact, yes, I do.

7. “Khana wana atakta nahi dadhi pe?”


I am just as grossed out as you are right now.

8. “You look like a beggar.”


Really. I can’t hear that enough.

9. “Kitne mahine se shave nahi kiya?”



10. Girls- “Chal, let’s braid his beard.”


No. Fucking. Way.

11. “How long did it take for you to grow your beard?”


You want to know how many millimeters per minute?

12. “Girlfriend ne chhod diya kya?”


The way you jump to conclusions amazes me.

13. “We can make a dress out of all your facial hair.”


That’s…good to know. And a little disturbing.

14. “Dandruff nahi hoti tujhe?”


You might be surprised by the answer, but no.

15. “Does your No-shave November start early?”


Maybe, maybe not.

16. “Garmi nahi lagti?”



17.  “Are you in a metal band?”


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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Matya मत्या:

A typical Buddhist festival of Nepal celebrated on the third day of the dark fortnight of Shrawan (August), Matya begins early in the morning and although the word Matya means ‘the festival of lights’, it is quite different from the festival of Deepawali or Tihar.
Matya is unique to Patan and is one of the most important festival of the city about 1400year old tradition. Matya festival in Lalitpur is one of the festival celebrated in the Newar community with lots of joy and enthusiam. It is celebrated tomorrow of Gai Jatra. Those who have demise thourgh out the whole year. The relatives and their family member remember them and pray for their departed soul. People also participate in this Jatra to be a part of it and to preserve the culture and tradition and to enjoy.

In this Jatra people visit more than 1300 stupas ie all the buddha stupas in the Patan and offer something like some people published their beloved family members photo along with different prays and other offers coins, rupees, sweets as according to their desire as gift .

This Jatra starts way too early at 4 A.M on morning and concludes at the evening around 7P.M. The participates has to walk all those painful hours and cover the distance as taken by guwaju(head priest of the jatra).
It is believed that offering the lamps in particular to the Buddha on this day signifies great enlightenment obtained by overcoming the Maras (temptations). 

On the day, the special routes of the city open up and lead to all sacred places. 

In this festival, people who have lost their family members or relatives, participate and walk to all the four Ashok pillars located in different part of Patan.  It depends upon the different time for different locations to start the Matya Festival. People wearing joker dresses and others also participated. They walk, joke and dance the whole day….. It’s one of the many wonderful cultures we have in Nepal.

According to the legend, once a Sakya Muni Gautam was in deep penance to attain Nirvana when the jealous Maras came to distract him. They disguised themselves in various forms and some were in the form of fierce-looking demons while some in form of beautiful damsels. They tried a lot to tempt the muni but he overcame the maras and became Buddha, the enlightened one. It is also believed that the Maras later came to Lord Buddha and confessed their sins and worshiped the lord with great honor which marked the origin of this festival.
On this day, during the parade, people disguise themselves as devil dancers, damsels and other funny mask-wearers who are said to represent the Maras. The parade is accompanied by several groups of musicians playing various kinds of tradition musical instruments and the parade moves in an unbroken chain. The seven to eight hours long parade is guided by the musicians at the front.
In every ten years, one neighborhood gets the responsibility of organizing the parade and for that the sponsoring tole of the parade must train a team of traditional drummers to play on this day. The team of the drummers is known as Naubaja Khalah and they perform the show in a very special way only at the member toles which celebrated the festival.
Also, the funny and devil dancers try to scare the kids away whenever they come across those curious ones, some kids are scared away while others join the group and tease them instead. The festival holds great significance for the Buddhists as it represents the day when the Maras surrendered to Lord Buddha, a greatest achievement according to the Buddhist religion.

After 4 days celebrates Ganesh puja



You can find Short video of Matya