How to stay Safe and Awesome this Holi

(With Quick Ways to make Eco-Friendly Natural  Colors)

With Holi around the corner, you are all set to rock the party? May be not.

Have you assured your safety? Yeah Yeah, I know it’s a safe place with all known people around but I am not talking about that. I am talking about the security of your skin? Your skin is your largest organ and it’s important to protect it from synthetic colors. Strong colors laced with harmful chemicals cause skin dehydration and can also create health problems, both in the short and long terms. Skin specialists are reportedly pointing out that Holi is increasingly becoming a common reason for skin allergies like dermatitis, and the swollen condition of the skin. Colors contain chemicals and substances like mica, acids even pieces of glass that cause skin disorders like abrasion, irritation, and itching. They can also impair vision and in few cases cause respiratory complications. There is no quality check of these colors. Customers have absolutely no idea about the chemical composition of colors, their contents and possible toxic effects.

Some also contain heavy metals like lead that can cause noticeable damage to the nervous system, kidney, reproductive system, and gums. Tensed? No worries, We are the real Marketing Champs, We’ll scare you but we’ll give you solution too.

Tensed? No worries, We are the real Marketing Champs, We’ll scare you but we’ll give you solution too.

Before going out to celebrate, experts advise few tips and suggestion to make your Holi safe and joyous. Read them below:-

  • The best option would be to play with natural homemade colors. Your skin and hair will thank you later. (If natural colors are not possible, then ensure the best quality of colors.)

In case You are wondering, I don’t have time to find recipes to make homemade colors. We have given some quick ways to make basic Holi colors:

  1. Red Color-  Dry the petals of Red Rose in sun and after they become crisp, they can be powdered in a mixer and a little flour can be added to increase the volume. You can replace rose with red hibiscus as well.
  2. Saffron Color- Tesu Flower can be dried and powdered and mixed with flour for more volume. You can use Kesar as well.
  3. Green Color- Mix equal quantity of good quality henna powder with flour to form a green color homemade Holi powder.
  4. Yellow Color- This is the easiest of all the recipes, just mix 2 parts good quality turmeric powder with 4 parts of Besan flour.
  5. Blue Color- The Neeli Gulmohar which blooms in summer has a bright colored flower which can be dried and powdered.
  6. Purple Color- Chop 1 to 2 kg of Beetroot and boil them in a cooker with water. Leave 5 to 6 whistles. After it cools, remove the water (Remember to keep it in Fridge)
  7. Brown Color- Mix 1 part of Henna powder with 4 parts of Amla powder for Brown color.
  • Make sure that your face is well creamed before and after the play. After washing off colors, calamine lotion could be applied, which will help prevent skin irritation. It is also best to mildly apply oil prior to going out to play with the colors, so that they can be easily removed.
  • If you have asthma or dust/pollen allergy, avoid playing Holi with gulaal.
  • Apply a thick coating of paint on your nails- both in fingers and toes so that they remain protected.
  • Oil your hair well, so that color doesn’t stick to your hair and can be washed off easily later.
  • Cover your hair. Make use of hat or caps to protect your hair from being coloured with hard-to-rinse dyes.
  • Stay hydrated by drinking water before, after and during the festivities. Water keeps the harmful chemicals from being absorbed into the skin and also helps get rid of excess toxins.
  • Use dental caps to save your teeth from any unwanted stains
  • Use a sunglass to protect your eyes from a misfire of colour filled darts or water jets.
  • Avoid bright purple, green, yellow and orange colours as these are more likely to contain harmful ingredients
  • Take a bath after the complete end of entire Holi celebration. Taking frequent showers will ruin your skin. You may lose hair, with too much use of soap/shampoo as they have a drying effect. Also, avoid using hot water for a bath.
  • The official beverage of Holi, bhang, should not be consumed in large quantities on an empty stomach and can lead to increased blood pressure and a hike in heart rate. Drink in moderation and avoid mixing it with alcohol.

“Celebration of International Women’s Day” – 8 March 2017

International Woman Day

The word “women” has evolved from “wifmann” which originally means “female human”. Women are beautiful, gentle, caring, motherly yet powerful. They are diligent in serving and meeting the needs of the society and devote their life to the people they love. The gracefulness of a woman cannot be explained by words but can only be felt in the form of love, affection, and nurture.

A writer had once said, “Women are the real architects of the society and the statement holds true in many aspects. Women have created revolution across the world and their contribution to social change and awareness had been immense. History speaks for itself regarding the contributions made by women over the course of time.

Even Gandhiji once said, “Intellectually, mentally, and spiritually, the woman is equivalent to a male and she can participate in every activity.

Origin of Women’s day

Women’s day is being celebrated from over a century now. Although, the exact start date is not known but it is said that it all started in the year 1908 in the US, wherein 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding voting rights, better pay and shorter working hours.

A year later, the first National Woman’s Day was observed in the US on February 28, in accordance with a declaration by the Socialist Party of America. In 1910, a woman called Clara Zetkin – leader of the ‘women’s office’ for the Social Democratic Party in Germany – tabled the idea of an International Women’s Day. She suggested that every country should celebrate women on one day every year to push for their demands.

A conference of more than 100 women from 17 countries agreed to her suggestion and IWD was formed. In 1911, it was celebrated for the first time in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland on March 19. In 1913, it was decided to transfer IWD to March 8, and it has been celebrated on that day ever since. The day was only recognized by the United Nations in 1975, but ever since it has created a theme each year for the celebration.

Significance of Women’s day

International women’s day (IWD) is celebrated every year on 8th of March as a tribute to the entire female community across the globe. This is not just another day but is actually celebrated to appreciate the remarkable contribution of women to our society. The day honors the life, grit, and determination of women. Not only men but women have also lodged legendary works to their names which have been written in golden words in the world history. History is replete with examples of courageous women like Lakshmibai, Indira Gandhi, Hellen Keller and so on.

IWD helps to remember the forgotten heroic acts of women and provides an opportunity to enjoy all the music, literature, scientific discoveries and so much more that have been as a result of a woman, and often never credited. Despite all the reforms that have taken place in the society, there still exists a question on the rights of women.

IWD also aims to provide a platform for women to stay safe and discuss their problems openly in the society. The day aims to help nations worldwide eliminate discrimination against women. It also focuses on helping women gain full and equal participation in global development. A forum is created for women on IWD where they can address all the problems related to their work, education, and health.

The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights, says world-renowned feminist Gloria Steinem. Thus International Women’s Day is all about unity, celebration, reflection, advocacy, and action – whatever that looks like globally at a local level.

Unique Symbol

The International Women’s Day features the symbol of Venus in purple and white. The symbol of Venus is the symbol of being a female. Various messages and slogans regarding women are being publicized during IWD.

IWD Theme 2017

International Women’s Day is celebrated annually using a particular theme. A powerful message is being delivered to the society regarding women. The theme of the International Women’s Day celebration of 2015 was Empowering Women – Empowering Humanity: Picture It!” (By UN), “Re-thinking Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality in 2015 and beyond’ (by UNESCO) and “breaking through” (by Manchester City Council). Last year’s theme was i.e. of 2016 was “Make it Happen”. This theme was very much influential in the society for the upliftment of women.

The theme for IWD 2017 is Be Bold For Change – encouraging people to step up and take groundbreaking action to help drive gender equality. This influential message would surely provoke many women around the world, especially in the countries where women are not given the same status as men.

Activities held on IWD

IWD is held internationally and is widely accepted in almost all the countries. On this day, powerful women across the nations are being invited as guests of honour and speakers at various events. The messages were given at these events often focus on various themes such as innovation, the portrayal of women in the media, or the importance of education and career opportunities.

It is also celebrated across all the educational institutions such as schools, colleges etc and even in various government and private institutions. Female teachers are given gifts by their students, parents by their children, sisters by their brother, daughter by their fathers and etc. Various activities are being conducted to show respect towards women and their contribution to the society. Many workplaces make a special mention about International Women’s Day through internal newsletters or notices, or by handing out promotional material focusing on the day. In many countries, the 8th march is being declared as a holiday while some have declared it as a holiday for women.

Women in India

India is the only country where a woman is being worshiped as Sakthi [Strength], Saraswathy [Knowledge] and Lakshmi [Prosperity]. A woman in India are considered to Goddess and is the original home of Mother Goddess. No other country in the world shows the same respect to women like our country does.

Our country is referred to as “Bharat Mata” which clearly shows the influence of women in India. The slogan “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” is clearly a praise of our Mother India which nurtures the souls of Indians. The strength which Indian women have provided to our society is beyond comparison to anything in the entire universe. Indian women have emerged and managed to fly like a bird despite all the social and cultural barriers.

India is very fortunate to have many great women like – Annie Besent (First women president of Indian national Congress), Kalpana Chawla (First Indian women to go to space), Vijayalakshmi Pandit (First Indian Woman President of UN General Assembly) and much more. It is the said that the courage of these legendary women has led to a revolution among women in India.

Celebrating Women’s day in India

IWD in India is celebrated on March 8 in order to honor a woman in the Indian society. Efforts are being made on the day in order to support women in India. The government is also making significant efforts to improve conditions for women and girls, including creating a large-scale girls’ education program that provides schools and support for girls in rural areas and has already helped to narrow the gender gap.

On this day, determined steps are being taken to protect young girls and women from harmful cultural practices like early marriage, and from all forms of violence. Various TV advertisements, promotions, campaigns, and curricula are being hosted by various organizations. Digital revolutionize has been a plus point in spreading the awareness of women empowerment in India, especially in the rural areas.

Targeted efforts are being made to promote women’s participation in economic life. Achieving gender equality is also being concentrated in order to expand women rights especially in the rural areas.

National Women’s Day in India

National Women’s day of India was observed on 13th Feb 2014. This day is observed on the date of birth of India’s first women governor Sarojini Naidu. Sarojini Naidu was born on 13th Feb 1879 and died on 2 March 1949. This was the 135th birth anniversary of Sarojini Naidu.

Understanding a Woman

Women are the most important beings on this earth. Even the earth is referred to us as the “mother earth.” The ability to nurture life makes a woman the most powerful and strongest being. The different roles played by women as a dutiful wife, obedient daughter, caring mother or adoring sister is very important in every individual’s life.

This is the only reason we celebrate the International Women’s Day in India so that the rights of women are being protected and spread the message of “Being Women” throughout the society.

Linkedin Desktop Updates

Linkedin Desktop Update

Introducing New Linkedin Desktop Version with ‘Chat Bots’

The Linkedin new update is hard to miss. It continues to be a great place to find curated content related to your professional interests and career. After the small matter of getting acquired by Microsoft, LinkedIn – the social network for the professional work with close to 400 million users has finally disclosed redesign of its desktop site, complete with a more simple, app-like look and a new refreshing messaging experience and updated search feature.

Most Importantly, The new app is trying to reduce clutter by reducing the navigation to seven areas: Home, Jobs, Notification, Me (Your Own Profile), Messaging, My Network, and Search (search tab above). There are also more, easier to find links to newer projects.

Two of the most notable changes in this new version are how LinkedIn is approaching private messaging, and also how it’s moving to make its public messagings. Private messaging has always been a big part of how people connect and communicate on LinkedIn. Now you can chat through a pop-up window, rather than going to a separate place that moves you away from your main page. The feed itself is going to be filled with significantly more algorithms to suggest content to you, both kind of content organic and sponsored, “native” content – a new ad part (unit) that LinkedIn is hoping to expand very soon in future. Amongst the organic content, you’ll be seeing more content from influencers alongside news curated by LinkedIn and its editorial group and more suggestions of people to follow. As we’ve described before, LinkedIn’s approach to news in this new version is a place for more than just updates on its professional network, but a place where you might go to look for news that’s relevant to your work life, and to life. It will now include breaking news alert and a whole set of action also.

Also, it will show people on LinkedIn who are connected to you and relevant to the story; and links to relevant Influencer posts. On top of this, there will now be new search features, focused on a universal search box that lets you search by people, jobs, companies, groups and schools.

In December last year, LinkedIn quietly removed a number of features that were given to the Premium subscription tier, including a number of search parameters (like function, level (seniority), years of experience, and time of joining) and the ability to search in Groups.

There is a chance that LinkedIn may offer these again in a new search product, but for now, if you want these features, you have to opt for the more expensive ($64.99 versus $47.99 per month) Sales Navigator tier.

Regular, non-recruitment industry users, for example, used to be able to look at people’s(who they find eligible for a respective position) full profiles without logging into a LinkedIn account of their own, jumping straight to them from, said a Google search. Now, you have to be logged in to see full profiles (you can jump to the incognito mode in your settings if you want to stay unknown to the person).

How do you like the new Linkedin Update? Let us know in the comment section below

Special Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Him and Her

Valentines Day Gifts ideas

Valentine’s Day – The Season of Love is Here. The Season Or rather the ‘Love Month’ which makes everyone happy is here. since you are here, you are undoubtedly more than Confused about what to buy your Significant Other on this Special Occasion Worry Not, We are here to help you.

Forget the standard rose bouquet and chocolate heart this year. With so many fabulous ways to express your love for her/him, how can you choose the Ordinary One? We have carefully curated an array of items to suit her/his every fancy. From stepped-up sweets to personalized Mugs and Cards, take the stress out of Valentine’s Day shopping with these unique ideas

(You Can Thank us Later)

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas For Her:-

  • If she is a woman who loves to pamper herself or unwind after a long day tries a box of Chocolate/Strawberry bath bombs or organic herbal booties.
  • If she lies more on the more practical side, a leather jewelry box or a colorful umbrella will surely appeal to her sensible and professional side.
  • For those who appreciate a sentimental gesture, we’ve got you covered too. From a necklace that can be personalized with the important dates/days in her life to a customizable beaded, these selections are sure to get u a perfect hug from her.
  • Since a little humor never hurt anyone, there’s even an apology notepad included (Little Odd Gift, but Who Cares if She loves it)
  • Instead of those Big Bouquet of roses, which will dry off the next day, why not give her scented Candles of her favorite Flower. When she lights the candle, the room will smell like it’s covered in bouquets of the romantic flower.
  • When in doubt, a pajama set is a no-fail gift—and one that she’ll use forever. She’ll never want to take off this ultra soft, extra comfortable pajama shirt.
  • Fuzzy Slippers with Cute Bunny/Donald Duck/Mickey Mouse, Just to make her realize, that a cute little mischievous girl is hiding under her professional front.
  • If She is a Stationary lover, Don’t U Dare Ignore this. If she never leaves the house without a notebook or loves to journal, an elegant notebook and pencil set will be a sure shot hit.
  • One For that Tech-Savoy, Cute little Coder Love of Yours. Buy Her Some Portable Slim Keyboard or Blue tooth Mouse, Which She can use every day and remember u too.
  • Help her get a heavenly night of sleep with this Silk pillowcase. It’s written in every beauty article she reads, to sleep on a Silk Pillow for a refreshing morning. But, she every time avoids or forgets to buy one for her. Get it Now!
  • If you are an engaged Couple, planning to marry soon. Buy Her Gold/Hand Painted Ring Cone
  • Buy a Shopping Tote for the Shopaholic Fashionista Princess of Yours.
  • Custom Emoji Bracelet for the little college going charming doll.
  • OK, now admit it – everyone makes mistakes. Acknowledge your flaws and be proactive about future faux pas with an Apology notepad. Go get it Printed Now.

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Him:-

  • Buy the Professional Him of Your a Tie with Hidden Message it. Ask Him to Find Our Message in it.
  • Wooden Watch to make things a little different.
  • Personalized Hidden Message Collar Stays for that Unique Handsome Princess of Yours.
  • The reason I love u Stones, to give him something whenever he misses you.
  • A Travel Tour Bag for Calm his Traveling Craves.
  • For the chef in training – Buy him those costly cookwares and spices, he wanted to try his hands on.
  • Classic Game Console for the playful naughty boy who couldn’t get his eyes off the TV Screen.
  •  For the man who doesn’t go anywhere – not even the beach – without his iPhone, lest he miss the perfect opportunity for an Instagram shot. Buy Him a Camera Now.
  • For the guy in your life who wants to expand his options beyond the usual potato chips and pretzels, a convenient snack-of-the-month subscription may just cure his midnight snacking doldrums
  • Whether he is an engineer, a carpenter, or simply wants to make sure his art gallery wall is hung evenly, this a smart paperweight will help him achieve a consistently straight line every time.
  • For the guy who has a standing meeting in another state and spends plenty of time in hotel rooms, Buy him a smart shaving kit now.
  • For the professional computer programmer, video game enthusiast, or couch potato in your life,  buy him some funny socks

Liked These Ideas, But TOO lazy to Search for Them?   No Problem, We have curated all Valentine’s Gift for You in A single Page. Go Scroll and Buy The Best Gift for Your Loved One NOW !!

We Wish You have a Great Valentine’s Date and You Impress Your Better Half.

Huawei Honor 6X : All Questions Answered

Huawei Honor 6X price

Congratulation!! So, You Did it. You Finally Managed to save those extra thousands to buy Your New Phone this year. Still Confused? Don’t Know which phone to buy. No problem we are at your service.

We can’t decide it for you but yes we can make your mind a bit Clear. We will solve all your doubts and frequently asked questions about this Huawei Model.

Huawei Honor 6X was launched in October 2016. Since then it has been the talk of the Town. With those wonderful features and specification, we’re sure it is going to rock the Market.

Basic Information about this phone:

Manufacturer Huwaei
Model Honor 6X
Operating System Android
Processor Cores Octa
OS version 6.0
gpu Mali T830
Type Smart Phone
Product Name Huawei Honor 6X
display technology Full HD IPS LCD Capacitive touchscreen
Speakers Voice 68dB / Noise 67dB / Ring 79dB
Chipset HiSilicon Kirin 655
Audio Quality Noise – 87.9 / Crosstalk – 86.4
GPS A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS
USB microUSB v2.0
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Video 1080p@30fps
Browser HTML5
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Sensor Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, proximity, compass
Bluetooth v4.1, A2DP, EDR, LE

We’ll first answer frequently asked questions about this mobile:

Question:- What is Huawei Honor 6X price?

Answer:- Rs. 12,999

Question:- What are its Dimension in mm?

Answer:- 150.90 x 72.60 x 8.20

Question:- What is its weight?

Answer:- 162.00

Question:- What is its Battery Capacity in mAh?

Answer:- 3340

Question:- In how many colors is Honor 6x available?

Answer:- Gold, Silver, Grey, Blue and Rose Gold

Question:- What is its screen size (in inches)?

Answer:- 5.5

Question:- What is its Pixel Density (PPI)?

Answer:- 401

Question:- What is its Battery Life?

Answer:- Endurance rating 84h

Question:- What is its Screen Resolution(in Pixels)?

Answer:- 1080 x 1920

Question:- what is its rear camera resolution (in megapixel)?

Answer:- 12 & 2

Question:- What is its front camera resolution (in megapixel)?

Answer:- Front Camera Megapixel

Question:- What is its CPU Speed?

Answer:- 2.1 GHz

Question:- What is its RAM?

Answer:- 3GB

Question:- What is its Maximum Removable Storage?

Answer:- 128GB

Some Other Doubts that we received from our Customers:-

Feature/Specification Yes No
Removable battery
Expandable storage
Camera Flash
Supports 4G in India (Band 40)
Compass/ Magnetometer
Proximity sensor
Accelerometer
Ambient light sensor
Gyroscope
Temperature Sensor
MultiTouch
Infrared Port

We hope, We solved most of Your Queries and Now You should be clear about which phone to buy.

Go Compare specifications of different phone models and buy the best one out of it and If You are too Lazy do that. We’ll do it for you. Login to www.comparemunafa.com to know more.

For more Queries, You can comment below.

Republic Day Celebration and a much needed Change

republic day 2017

“Republic” -“it a state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives, and which has an elected or nominated president rather than a monarch” / “a group with a certain equality between its members.” this is what Google defines it to be. But if we go by exact definition. Is it correct? Is this actually happening in our country? Are we really equal? NO. We are still struggling for this equality… This definition. REPUBLIC.

Continue reading “Republic Day Celebration and a much needed Change”