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Scorpio Man Love, Lust, and ObsessionScorpio Man Love, Lust, and Obsession by Nikita Gharat
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I think she has described, the Scorpio man point blank. What I liked is the fact that she has elaborated the Scorpio stare.

She let's the girl in love with a Scorpio man distinguish between love and lust. It is true that Scorpio men are known for the loyalty but they can also be brutal heartbreakers. This book helps in finding out whether you are with a keeper or breaker. Also, there are additional chapters such as Scorpio man and eros signs, which help in knowing "what triggers the particular scorpio man".

The book has detailed insight, I loved reading it. Recommended for those in love with a Scorpio man and also for those who are Scorpio themselves.

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Top 3 Facebook Game Categories For Small Business Owners

Life inspires from fiction. Earning money can be inspired by games. Yes, you can become an entrepreneur by playing games online. We already know about games like monopoly that inspire you to earn good money. As kids almost all of us have played monopoly. The current generation will benefit from playing Cashflow. It is a mind blowing game that keeps you away from following a hamster’s life. However, the point here is, is it possible to get business ideas from playing games? The answer is “yes”, it is completely possible! Actually, many new entrepreneurs or small business owners don’t know that games stimulate your brain. You can get more business ideas by playing games than sitting in a cubicle in front of your computer. 
Okay, reading this article, will just do the trick. So, sharpen your pencils and start noting down these facebook game categories that can sharpen your skills.
Food games:
These games may look silly to some but they actually help you to get brilliant ideas. You can start…

Mee Radhika Book 3: Radhikabai's Shrimant Vishwasrao Peshwa Part 2

cont.d from Mee Radhika Book 3: Radhikabai's Shrimant Vishwasrao Peshwa Part 1


Radhikabai was a bright child, rather a child prodegy. Her grasping power was amazing and she was good at understanding complex things. Even as a child, she understood life and its unfairness. However, she was an optimist with tremendous faith or Vishwas in god. Although, as a kid she was fond of reason not rituals. She had high IQ and extremely high EQ that made her sensitive. That is why, when her Shrimant took her side so boldly, she felt the thud. 
Her intuitive heart told her that she was extremely lucky. Something inside her told her that she had no reason to fear. Somehow, bad luck would never come her way. She had seen her mother's worried face and overheard her conversations. Though she didn't understand the details, she knew her mother shuddered with Gopikabai's name. 
That moment Radhikabai wanted to tell her mother that things would be alright. Shrimant fed her lovingly, morsel …

2 Reasons Why You Lose Top Employees

Want your company to progress leaps and bounds? Stop best employees from leaving. Oh yes, it is that simple.  Most employers underestimate the power of a good employee. They think that they are the boss. So, they have the power to fire anyone at any point. But you see, if assumptions could build castles then everyone would own one. However, reality is bitter. Actually,  a good employee is far more valuable than a team of experts required for damage control. Your few top workers are your stitches in time that will weave your blanket of success. Therefore, it is wise to value them in time to save your stitches nine! I know, you may have no idea, what goes wrong every time. No worries, here is a list of a few mistakes made by employers to drive away employee gems.
Undervaluing 
This is a habit with most employers or managers, they take their best employees for granted. When they play a major role in getting you a project or making it successful, they get no praises. In fact, they eve…

Book: Chimaji Appasaheb Peshwa: The Slayer of Portuguese Regime Chapter

Chimaji Appasaheb Peshwa: The Slayer of Portuguese Regime Chapter
by Prakash Harischandra


4 MARRIAGE WITH RAKHMABAI


The 11 years-old Chimna Balaji Ballal Bhat was married to Rakhmabai Pethe. She was 4 years younger than him. Both children would play whenever either would visit each other’s houses. At that time, she was not staying with him owing to her tender age. She would only visit her husband during festivities. Then she would stay there for a few days and go back home. 
Kashibai would treat young Chimna and Rakhma with lot of love and care. To say, she would play second mother to the couple. When Chimaji Appa became 15 years old, Rakhmabaisaheb hit puberty. She then came to stay with him at Saswad. As a few years passed, the couple got closer. By now, Chimaji Appa had started to accompany his brother Peshwa Bajirao for various mohims. He never failed to write letters to his beloved wife along with his Vahinisaheb (sister-in-law) Kashibai and Matoshree baisaheb (Radhabai). 
His letters…

Silk Smitten India: The Royal Textile Of The Golden Land

You will not come across a single household in India where you will not find a traditional silk saree , perhaps hidden in the closet. This  relation of Indians with silk has its roots from ancient times. Definitely no other fabric can take the place of silk in the heart and wardrobe of Indian women. 
Silk offers a  fascinating, delightful and luxurious feel. No wonder, it is crowned as the  queen of textiles and rules the textile industry with its shimmer, charisma and  sensuousness.
History of silk dates back to over 4500 years ago.Our proud nation, India ranks second in the production of silk, providing around whooping 18 per cent of the total production across the world.
At present,silk weaving practice in India is mainly focused on the saree, the  indigenous conventional attire that is draped by most women in the country. It is considered as a symbol  of honor and exuberance to drape a silk saree. Perhaps, that is the reason why most women in India drape themselves in  fancy and c…

Lose Inches and Not Taste With Tulsi Herbal Brew

Nobody really knows what half the models walking the ramp look like in reality. Of course, there is some curiosity but stuff like a good figure, confidence and an amazing capacity to carry off the dress is what makes them really stand out. Cindy Crawford ,however, is one such Super model that you wouldn't mind looking twice at this age. This 46-year-old model has all the curves and dips in the right places. Reaching out to her audience with remarkable honesty and brashness, Cindy admits owing her lovely figure to some clever diet and workout regime. Whenever anyone wants to lose weight they usually follow a strict diet.

Having food in moderation or in extremity, juice and pasta, detox diets, etc, the boulevards pursued are infinite.There are even some who who swear by liquid diets and exist only on juices. In order to try out some thing different from the boring weight loss method of diet and exercise some of the models go for methods which can be harmful to the heal…

For The Love of Red Palm oil

Hola Chicas,



In fact, I was giddy with excitement to again attend this exciting  event organised by MPOC and Dr. Bhavna Shah ma’am .In the same way, I am  always excited for the beginning of a new academic year in College.None of the branded dresses , will ever match the satisfaction I felt marching into  Sunville Banquets dressed up like Deepika Padukone from Goliyon ki Ram Leela.  

There are some events that are special to me and the healthy living event organised by  MPOC and Dr. Bhavna Shah Ma’am (Country representative India and Sri Lanka Malaysian Palm oil Council ) is  one of them .
The event was based on Bollywood theme, where all of us had to dress like our favorite Bollywood character . The event started with the insightful presentation  of the benefits of palm oil by Dr. Bhavana Shah (Country representative India and Sri Lanka Malaysian Palm oil Council ) and Mr. Sandeep Bhan (COO of Sime Darby Oils, Part of Sime Darby Plantation, the biggest producer of sustainable Palm…

Nature Clad Attra Farms at Karjat : A perfect Weekend Getaway

"Life is Better on the FARM "

Hey Loves,



After a busy schedule , I wanted to unwind myself and relax . I wanted to go to a place not far away from Mumbai. As travelling is a big headache especially in this season. So, when I cam across @attra_holiday_camping_farms ,I was very happy as this is a nice farmstay in Karjat on the outskirts of Mumbai. That's why it was a big Yay!
I visited this place with my friends.On a beautiful, Saturday morning , we decided to go to Attra farms for a staycation. We reached the property in no time and were welcomed by the Manager to a yummy breakfast of Poha and Samosa.
After devouring on it , we all went to our rooms . The rooms were clean and tidy , the airconditioner was nicely working. As soon as we entered the room , I wanted to lie down on the cozy bed. But beautiful view of the mountains and greenery all around the property was something that I wanted to capture in my camera.
Attra farms apart from the beautiful view has many outdoor…

Mee Radhika: Book 3:The Starry Night At Shaniwarwada

Mee Radhika- Book 3                                 The Starry Night At Shaniwarwada
"Don't pay attention to Shrimant's mother. Nobody and nothing can harm shrimant. You know how he fought both Sindkheda and Udgir battles. But if you don't do shringar then he'll get angry with you."
Radhikabai remembered that Shrimant Vishwasrao had sent half of the nation's silk sarees, gold jewelery, hair accessories and beauty products to her.
He particularly took interest in her dressing and shringar. His aunt, Parvatibai, wife of Shrimant Sadashivrao knew that.
Parvatibai was the most fashionable  of all Peshwa women. Along with being the only one to be trained in warfare and administration. She had the make-up and the defense kit with her. In her spare time, she would practice her defence lessons using her collection of shamshirs, firangis and other talwars. Perhaps, she was the only one who knew how to use the katari.
So, as much as B…