Iceland facts


Ice land is a North Atlantic country.  The country has a total land area of 
100,250 Km2 (38,707 sq. miles). It is the home of 348,580 people. “Reykjavík”  is the capital city of the country. In this post, you will read some interesting Iceland facts.

It is one of the last places where humans settled. First-person settled there in 874 AD.

The size of Iceland is close to the size of Ohio State in the US. And the population is 2/3 of the population of Kentucky State.

Iceland facts

The climate condition in the country is so awesome there is no more hotness. The weather is perfect in Iceland. The maximum temperature was there 30.5-degree Celsius in 1930.

Reykjavík is the largest city of the country and 60% population of the country lives in the city.

It is so peaceful country that has no defense force i.e. Army, Navy, or Air Force.

Police in Iceland don’t carry guns because the crime rate in the country is very low and violent crime is nowhere happens in the country.

The country is volcanic activity. Average in every four years there is a volcanic eruption.

Fishing is the main source of income of the country and commercial whaling is legal in the country.

In June there are 24 hours long days and in December there is 24 hours long nights because it is close to Arctic Circle.

There is no public rail transport in the country because of the low population.

Iceland facts
Iceland facts

In-country there is no jungle. And there is no mosquito in Iceland.

It is the country with the most population connected online. 97% of the population in the country has internet.

Around 10% of the population of Iceland publishes a book in their lifetime.

In Europe, Iceland has a long work week of 43.5 hours.

The language used in Iceland is not changed. They use their ancient language.

It is an Eco–friendly country and 85% of its energy comes from renewable sources.

In the country, there is no surname or family name.

Iceland is the first country where a lady and a gay Prime Minister were elected.

Strip clubs were banned in the country in 2010.

Icelanders are fond of the movies. they watch more movies than any other country people.


The country’s favorite drink is Coca-Cola and the consumption of this beverage in Iceland is high than in any other country in the world.

It is a country without any McDonald’s Restaurants.

Until 1989, beer was illegal in the country.

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National bird of India

national bird of India

Peacock is the national bird of India and it belongs to the pheasant birds family. Peacocks are very colorful and decorative birds.  It is mainly found in Southeast Asia and also found in Central Africa and Central America. Let’s take a look at facts on the national bird of India.

In the Hindu religion, peacocks are sacred birds. Kartikeya son of Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna associated with these birds.

The national bird of India peacock facts

national bird of India

Female birds are called “peahen”, male birds are called “peacock”, babies birds are called “peachicks” and a couple (male and female collectively) of these birds called “peafowl”.

The group is also called with some other names “ostentation”,” muster” and “party.

These birds are not born with their awesome tail. It grows later according to their age. The tail starts growing after the age of 3.

The best thing about peacocks is that it shed their feather every year after the mating season. So these birds are not killed for their colorful feather.

The average life span of a peacock is 20 years.

Peacocks are massive in size but they can fly easily for short distances. they can fly and sit on the high branch of the tree easily.

Not all the peafowl are colorful, few of them are white in color. The white peacock is the result of a mutation in which the bird loses its pigments which make it colorful.

The feather of the peafowls is consist of tiny crystal-like structures. And the color of the feather is depended on the space between these crystal-like structures.

The length of the feathers on peacocks can grow 6 feet long. Only males have colorful feathers.

Peacocks are not only beautiful colorful birds but they are also clever. They send fake copulative mating calls to attract the Peahens.

Like humans peahen also get attracted by the peacock with good size, color, and quality feathers.

Peacock is polygamous and can have 2 to 5 peahen partners.

Peafowls are omnivores like most other birds. They can eat insects, flowers, seeds, and small rodents and lizards.

Peafowls are social birds. They cannot live alone. If kept alone they show their grief by generating unpleasant sounds.

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Ganges River Facts

Ganges river facts

The Ganges is also known as Ganga is the sacred river of India which flows in the Indian subcontinent. It flows In India and Bangladesh. The river starts from the Himalayan Mountain in Uttrakhand the state of India and ends in the bay of Bengal in Bangladesh.  Some of Gange’s river facts are listed below.

Ganges river facts

Ganges river facts
Ganges river facts

The Ganges is the longest river in India. it covers 2525 kilometers (1569 miles) distance before meeting the ocean in the Bay of Bengal.

It starts from the Gangotri Glacier on the Himalayas’ southern slope.

Ganges water can be kept for a long time in a bottle because of the “Bacteriophage”. It is the virus present in the Ganges water that kills the harmful bacteria.

In the Ganges 150 different types of fish living and it is also the home of 90 different kinds of amphibians.

Freshwater dolphins and the Ganges Sharks are also live in the river but both species are near to extinct. The Ganges Sharks found in the Brahmaputra river also.

D.S. Bhargava, an environmental engineer from the University of Roorkee found in his research that the Ganges decompose organic wastes 15 – 25 times faster than any river in the world.

Malaria Research Center from New Delhi found that the water from the upper ambit of the Ganges river prevents the breading of mosquitoes.

in 1896 Ernest Hanbury Hankin, a British bacteriologist tested Ganga water with the Vibrio Cholerae the virus that is responsible for Cholera disease. She found that the bacteria killed within 3 hours in Ganges water. And in the distilled water the bacteria survived for 2 days.

Change is natural and it affects everything in the world. So the Ganges river is also affected it is shifting from its original place. In the last 30 years, the shifting speed is increased.

In Haridwar, the river is shifted 500 meters (0.31 miles) from its place, and in Bihar, it is shifted 2.5 kilometers (1.55 miles) since 1990.

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Nepal Facts

Nepal Facts

Nepal is also is a South Asian Subcontinent country located in the beneath of the Himalaya mountain range. The official name of the country is
Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal. In this post we share some amazing  Nepal facts with you.

Nepal Facts

On the basis of land, Nepal ranks 93rd in the list of largest country and on the basis of population ranks 48th with the population of 26.4 million.

45% people communicate in official language which is Nepali.

92% of the country’s electricity produced by hydropower and rest is produced by fossil fuel.

Nepali people face long electricity cut. The average electricity cut happens for 12 hours.

It is also country in the world that was not colonised by foreigners like European and British. Thus Nepal has no independent day.

Gurkha soldier of Nepal are one of the best soldiers in the world.

Kathmandu is the capital and the largest city of the country.

Buddha was born in Nepal near at Lumbini.

Nepal is referred to “Amazon of the Asia” because of 5,980 different species of flowering plant grows in the country including 360 species of orchid which is 2% of the world’s orchid.

Operating route length of Nepal Railways is just 59 kilometres long. it is operated by the Nepalese Government.

It is also home of leopard, the red panda, and the one-horned rhino.

Unesco Listed four places of Nepal in the World Heritage Place.

In Nepal, it believes that head is the most sacred part of the body so touching anyone’s head is offensive and touching something with feet is also offensive.

2011 earthquake shifted the Kathmandu to 1 meter (3 feet) south only within 30 seconds.

Nepal Facts

Nepal Facts

Nepal is the only country in the world in this modern time whose flag is not a rectangle.

It shares its international border with just two countries, India and China.

It is the biggest Hindu Nation in the world.  81% of people in the country are Hindu.

80% of the bird of the world is living in Nepal. 870 different species of birds are living in Nepal. it is more than North Africa and Europe combined

It is the home of the world’s 8 highest mountain including Mount Everest. Mount Everest is known as “Sagarmatha” in the country which means “forehead of the sea”.

No Passport or Visa required for an Indian citizen to visit Nepal but any kind of Government Id card is required to prove Indian citizenship.

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Sri Lanka Facts

Sri Lanka Facts

Sri Lanka is a South Asian island country. The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka is the full name of the country. In the map, it is located at the bottom of India. In Hindu myths, it was the home of Ravan. It is a beautiful country. Let see some interesting Sri Lanka Facts.

The national flag of Sri Lanka is created  162 BC year ago and is one of the oldest flags in the world.

Sri Lanka’s geographical shape is similar to a drop so it is referred to the pearl of the Indian ocean and the tear of India.

It has two capitals. Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte is Administrative and Colombo is Commercial capital.

 Sri Lanka Facts
Sri Lanka Facts

Sri Lanka Facts

After a year of India’s independence, Sri Lanka became an independent country in 1948.

Before this Portuguese, Dutch and British made their colonies in Sri Lanka respectively in 1505, 1658 and 1796.

With a literacy rate of 92%, it is the most educated country in the South Asia subcontinent.

Before 1972 the country is called Ceylon. Sri Lanka’s name is given to it in 1972 when it became a republic country.

There is a tree in Sri Lanka that was planted by a human 2000 years ago. It is still live. This tree was grown from the cutting brought from Bodh Gaya in India.

In 1960 world’s first lady Prime Minister was elected in Sri Lanka. At that time the country was called Ceylon.

Anti Malaria Campaign was so successful that it made the country Malaria free. And the World Health Organisation listed it in a malaria-free country.

‘Sex’ is the most searched keyword in Google in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka is the fourth biggest producer of tea in the world after China, India, and Kenya. And listed in third place in the biggest exporter of tea.

World-famous Lipton Tea was founded in the country.

In 2010 Akon refused to visit Sri Lanka because his song “Sexy Chick” was banned in the country. The reason for the song ban was the scene in the video where they doing a pool party in front of the Buddha statue.

Sri Lanka is the only country in the world where someone can see elephants the biggest mammal on land, and blue whale, the ocean’s biggest mammal.

Sri Lanka is the top exporter of cinnamon and also the home of world class spices. Now you know why Sri Lankan food is so delicious.

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Mount Everest Facts

mount everest facts

Mount Everest is the highest mountain on the earth and is the part of the Himalayas mountain range. In movies, we saw horrible weather that changes within a few minutes and made people hopeless. In fact, reality is similar to movies. Only a few strong heart people can reach on top after a long practice. Today we will share with you some Mount Everest Facts.

Mount Everest Facts

mount everest facts

Mount Everest is located in Nepal and Tibet. Climbers start their journey from Nepal to the top of Everest.

Everest got its name after Sir George Everest, the Welsh Surveyor General of India.

Wind speed can be reached at 280 kilometers per hour (175 miles per hour) and the warmest temperature is – 18-degrees Celcius (-2 degrees Fahrenheit).

It costs $60,000 – $100,000 per person for the journey. Only the permit for climbing Everest costs $11,000.

There are many dead bodies of the climber on the way. some of them are used as milestones. Dead bodies remain there because it needs 8-10 sherpas to bring a dead body back down the mountain and the cost of the operation is $30,000 – $70,000.

800 people every year try to climb Mount Everest. In 1974 no one tried to climb Mount Everest.

5000 people tried to climb Mount Everest.

Since 1969 a climber dies every year. The ratio of death is much higher while coming down than climbing up.

The elder climber that reach the top of the Everest summit was an 80-year-old Japanese named Yuichiro Miura and the youngest climber was 13 old Jordan Romero from the United States.

In 2015 a Nepali couple married on the summit of Everest.

Kushang Sherpa is the only person in the world to climb Everest from all four sides.

Kami Rita Sherpa has climbed Mount Everest 22 times and it is a record.

Where is human there is trash? In the last 60 years from when humans start climbing Everest, an estimated 50 tons of garbage is produced on it by humans.

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Israel Facts

israel facts

Israel is a middle east Jewish country and it is the only country in the middle east that has the liberal democracy. In this article, you will read some amazing Israel facts.

Israel Facts

Country’s official language is Hebrew. It is one of the oldest languages in the world.

Hoopoe is the national bird of the country. Cyclamen persicum is the national flower.

There is no codified constitution in the country but it is a democratic country.

Oldest continuously used cemetery in the world is in Jerusalem.

Israel is on the list of countries that launches satellites in space.

44% of the lawyer in the country are women and a huge number of women working in IDF.

Living standards of Israel is very high than any middle east country.

Israel is the number one country that recycle most of plastic waste.

Israel offered Albert Einstein the presidentship of Israel in 1952 but he declined the offer.

New York City’s (NYC) population is twice that of Israel’s population.

In Israel, it is compulsory for every young ( male, female, rich, poor, minister’s family members) to practice military training.

Underweight models are banned in Israel.

For convenience to the blind, Israel notes have Braille markings on them.

In the Kargil war between India and Pakistan, Israel secretly supported India.

In World

It is the only country in the world that is situated in the same place with the same name for the last 3000 years.

Israel ranks 154th on the basis of land and 100th on the basis of population. But its ranks 6th among the most powerful countries and has the 4th largest military in the world.

Starbuck has huge success in the world except for Israel.

El Al, Israel’s national airline traveled with 1088 and set a world record of most passengers in a flight.

The oldest copper mine in the world also belongs to Israel.

Medical service in Israel is so rich that it is the home of the most cancer survival patients in the world.

World’s 5 percent followers produced in Israel.

It is the only country in the world wherein the 21st century the number of trees increased instead of decreasing.

Israel facts

Israel Facts ( Inventions )

An Israel software company developed the IM (Instant Messaging) AOL.

World’s first mobile phone was developed in Israel by Motorola and voicemail was also developed in Israel.

Antivirus was also developed in this nation.

USB memory stick/ Flash Drive/ Pen Drive was developed by an Israeli
entrepreneur named Dov Moran.

First epilator (Hair Remover) was designed and manufactured in Israel.

Cervical cancer vaccine was developed by the team that was led by Israeli Doctor.

Given Imaging, Israeli medical technology company developed a camera that is so small it fits in a pill.

Drip irrigation to save the water was invented in the Israel.

To protect passenger and fighter aircraft from missile attack, Israel developed a system.

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Facts about Pakistan

facts about Pakistan

Facts about Pakistan:–  On August 14, 1947, the history of Pakistan begins after getting the independence from the British. At that time Pakistan consisted two land East Pakistan and West Pakistan. East Pakistan is Now called Bangladesh.

Some facts about Pakistan

  1. Pakistan means “Land of Pure ” In Urdu and Persian.
  2. The first Governor-General of Pakistan was Muhammad Ali Jinnah, and Liaquat Ali Khan was the first Prime Minister.
  3. Two people from Pakistan won the Nobel prize. In 1979, Abdus Salam for Physics and in 2014 Malala Yousafzai for Peace.
  4. Pakistan is the sixth largest populated country in the world.
  5. Wasim Akram was the first international bowler to take 400 wickets on both tests and ODIs.
  6. Edhi Foundation from Pakistan operates world’s biggest ambulance network.
  7. Pakistan uses the canal to irrigation that the largest canal-based irrigation system in the world.
  8. The Karakoram Highway, Pakistan is the highest paved international road.
  9. In Muslim countries, Pakistan was the first who attained nuclear power.
  10. World’s highest ATM by National Bank of Pakistan is situated at a height of 16,007 feet above sea level, at the Pak-China border, Khunjerab Pass.
facts about Pakistan

Some facts about Pakistan

  1. The largest city of Pakistan is Karachi. Karachi is the home of 17 million peoples and it is also financial hub of the country. Karachi was the first capital of Pakistan until 1958.
  2.   Until 1958 Queen Elizabeth II was the Queen Of Pakistan.
  3. “Roh” the sugarcane juice is the national drink of Pakistan.
  4. Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) set a record for flying the fastest between London and Karachi. This record is unbroken till today. In 6 hours, 43 minutes, 55 seconds they completed the flight.
  5. The highest mountain peak in Pakistanis K-2. it is also the second highest peak in the world.
  6. At the age of 20 years and 9 months, old Mohammed Ilyas became the world’s youngest judge.
  7. The ‘Khewra Salt Mine’ is the world’s oldest and second largest mine.
  8. The Pakistani army is the eleventh largest army in the world.
  9. 25% of the land in Pakistan used for agricultural cultivation. It is three times more than Russia irrigates.
  10. Islamabad is the second most beautiful capital city in the world.

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Harms of plastic material

Plastics are a part of our daily life but that does not mean it is safe or healthy for us. Plastic production has many negative health and environmental effects. Polythene or plastic bags are thrown out they mixed with debris and shattered into various streets, parks, and beaches, which cause problems for every kind of living being. On the other hand, if the plastic is burned then they disseminate toxic fumes and hazardous gases onto the air, which causes air pollution. check out plastic pollution facts and the harms of plastic.

Plastic Pollution Facts

plastic pollution facts

Plastic is part of major pollutions like ocean pollution, soil pollution, air pollution.

One-third of the litter on beaches is plastic.

8.3 billion tons of plastic garbage has been produced worldwide, since 1950.

Only 10 rivers carried 90% of plastic garbage in the ocean. 8 of them belong from the Asia region and 2 from Africa.

Every year 1 million animals and seabirds are died because of plastic.

In the last 50 years, plastic production doubled which means plastic garbage is also doubled.

We use 50% of plastic, just for one time, and throw it after.

 12 minutes is the average time that a plastic bag is used.

In One minute, 2 million plastic bags are used worldwide.

In one minute, 1 million plastic bottles are used worldwide.

Every year, an average person eats 70,000 microplastic.

Every year we produce enough plastic garbage that can circle the earth four times.

Plastic usually takes 700-1000 years to decompose naturally.

In Some countries plastic bags are illegal.

Harms of plastic

plastic pollution facts

The common chemical used in everyday products such as plastic drink containers and baby bottles, create health problems.

Plastic affects differently on every human being, on some, it causes problems like migraine, dizziness, acute skin irritation.

Water bottles have very low doses of bisphenol, which causes cancers, impaired immune function, early onset of puberty, obesity, diabetes, and hyperactivity.

Packing of many foods like fish, meat, cheeses, peanuts contains plastic, can cause eyes irritation, nose or throat problems.

The Wildlife and sealife also got disturbed with plastic. whales, dolphins, seals, and turtles die due to plastic bags. Some wild animal dies after eating plastic from the garbage.

plastic pollution facts

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Abraham Lincoln Facts

abraham lincoln facts

Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States. He served the nation from 1861 to 1865. Abraham Lincoln was one of the greatest leaders of that time. He led and carried out the United States from the American Civil War. Read below some interesting Abraham Lincoln Facts.

Abraham Lincoln Facts.

12 February 1809 was the birthdate of Abraham Lincoln as well as Charles Darwin.

Abe was the nickname of Abraham Lincoln. But he hated to be called Abe.

 Lincoln’s mother killed them with poisoned milk when he is only 9 years old child.

Lincoln was a wrestler in his younger days. He was defeated in just 1 in 300 matches.

With a height of 6 feet and 4 inches, he was the tallest US president and he wore the biggest shoes in US president history. The number of his shoes was 14.

He was a lawyer. Abe practiced law without any degree.

He was also a licensed Bartender.

He was first major leader to propose that women should have rights to vote.

Lincoln started growing his beard,after a 11 year old girl convinced him.

He used his hat as locker. He kept the important document in it.

Abraham Lincoln suffered from depression and avoid carrying knives in fear that he would use those knives on him.

Robert son of Abraham was saved from an accident by the brother of his father’s murderer.

Lincoln knew about his murder. He dreamt about it.

It was Good Friday when Lincoln was killed.

A famous actor murdered him. Lincoln was a fan of this actor. His pet dog Fido was also murdered.

A gang of Chicago tried to steal his corpse (dead body) from the tomb in 1876 for ransom of $200,000.

His no any descendants is living. The last one of his known descendants died in 1985, was his great-grandson.

In 2009 it is discovered that there is a secret message engraved in Lincoln’s pocket watch by the jeweler.

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