Sunday, August 23, 2009

Chennai is Your Next Tourist Destination.

Chennai formerly known as Madras is the capital of the southern state of Tamil Nadu in India. It is the country's fourth largest city. It is located on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal. This 367 year old city has an estimated population of 9 million. It is the 34th largest metropolitan area in the world and it has the 2nd longest seashore in the world. Despite being an important city for manufacturing, health care, and IT, Chennai has managed to maintain a spaciousness that's lacking in other major Indian cities. It's a rambling and busy, yet a conservative city with deep traditions and culture that are yet to give way to the growing foreign influence here. Mamallapuram, an annex of this city is known for its sandy beaches, stone carvings, food and resorts. It also hosts the Cholamandalam ArtistsVillage which is quite well known in 'art circles' both in India and abroad. There are many more Tourists Attractions like Temples, Art Galleries, around this City.


Aromatherapy for Therapatic use of Essential Oils

Many of the plants and flowers around us have a healing property within them and you must understand how to use them to get pleasure from life to the fullest! The Aroma Therapy possibly invented from the ancient Egypt. It had been used as preservative for bathing. The oil extracts from flowers and herbs are also used as massage oil and is said to reveal healing effect on stress and headaches. At present, many applications are available to use the oil extracts. The most widespread application is using it in scented candles and potpourri.


Cell Phone Is Changing Our Life, Love and Work

Cell phones are fetching an integral part of our daily lives. It is no surprise that a revolutionary study just released says mobiletechnology has everlastingly changed the way we love, live and work. The cell phone has made long distance interactions easy. GSM phones that place calls worldwide have turned this world into a global village. They are serving people from all generations cross cultural and physical borders.