Harneet Bhogal

Harneet Bhogal

Harneet defines herself as a Wandered Soul. Her first love is travelling. She loves wildlife. She believes in Spirituality. With the strength of her family at the back, she wants to explore the whole world. She likes telling her traveling tales and that is how her love for writing started.
  • Dec- 2015 -
    26 December
    QB Short Stories

    The Hare and The Tortoise– Extended Version

      Everyone must have read the famous Aesop’s fable “the hare and the tortoise”. In India it is published by Amar Chitra Katha. We all are familiar with the story or rather I will say we all grew up either by listening or narrating this famous fable. The story goes like this: Once upon a time, there was a Hare and a…

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  • 6 December

    Boundaries of India: Know your Borders

      God made Earth and humans made boundaries India shares its borders with seven other countries. Some of which are friendly and are easy to access and other are not so easy to cross. India borders in the North with Nepal, China and Bhutan. On Western side lays Pakistan. Myanmar and Bangladesh on East province. And Sri Lanka on South…

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  • Oct- 2015 -
    19 October

    Backwaters: The Tranquil Water of the Indian Lakes

    If you want to sit idle and embrace the natural beauty and explore the green habitat and surroundings with water, water and water everywhere, then backwaters is the place for your relaxing holiday. You can experience backwater voyage in Dal Lake up in North and in Kerala down in South of India. Backwaters of North India Dal Lake in Srinagar…

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  • Sep- 2015 -
    23 September
    Newsextremes places

    11 of the Most Extreme Places on Earth

    Humans have explored harsh and tough environments and even are living in those conditions. Here is the list of most extreme places on the Earth for the people who are spellbound with the extremes conditions 1) Coldest place on Earth: Soviet Vostok Station in Antarctic is the coldest place on earth, with temperature recorded to be −89.2 °C (−128.6 °F).…

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  • 12 September

    Do you know about the 5 Royal Thrones (Panj Takht)?

    Takht is a Punjabi word, which means throne. It is referred as the seat of authority in the Sikh religion. It marks the important religious, social or political decision of the Sikh community. There are Panj Takht and these Panj Takht are 5 important Gurudwaras in Sikhism. Every Takht has its own importance and historical significance. The Panj Takht are:…

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  • 9 September

    6 Spectacular Water Falls in India

    India has most beautiful and stunning waterfalls. Every state in India has a unique and mesmerizing type of water fall to visit. When you try to list down all the waterfalls in India, you will get to know that there are more than 40 in number. Here are a few spectacular waterfalls in India that you must visit: Nohkalikai Falls…

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  • 7 September

    8 Of The Deadliest Snakes Around the World

    There are more than 2000 species of snakes that are found on earth. Out of which approximately 300 snakes are considered to be venomous. The venomous snake use their venom to kill or suppress their prey rather than for self defence. They range in size from tiny, thread snake to as long as 20 ft snake. Snakes are found in…

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  • Aug- 2015 -
    25 August
    NewsThe Grnad Canyon of India

    The Grand Canyon Of India: Gandikota

    Everyone knows about The Grand Canyon in United States. But, have you ever wondered, “Do we have  a counterpart of it in India?” Not many people are aware of the geographical existence of the canyon in India known as “Gandikota.” In Telugu, “Gandi” means gorge. Gandikota fort is situated in Gandikota, in the district of Kadapa  Andhra Pradesh, on the…

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  • 1 August

    Wildrift : For People With the DRD4 Gene

    If you are a person whose browser history is all about the traveling and exploring, or you always look out for the vacation that takes you to extremes, then you have definitely got the DRD4 gene. Scientists have released their findings in a study, stating that the people with the “travel bug” have a dopamine receptor D4 (DRD4) gene. This…

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  • Jul- 2015 -
    26 July
    Science and MysteryDancing Light of Aurora

    Dancing Light of Aurora: The Illuminated World

    Our universe is full of mysterious nature’s exhibit. One of the natural phenomenons is the dancing light of Aurora. It is named after the Roman Goddess of dawn. They are visible in the high latitude of Arctic and Antarctic region. When these lights show up they illuminate the whole night sky. Different shades of color such as red, blue, yellow,…

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