Sultan was the world’s first man who introduced reverse car jumping which is really astonishing.Sultan has to his credit the world record of jumping over 22 cars in 1987 during the national horse and cattle show in Lahore, where he covered 249 feet distance, leaving behind USA’s Ever Achieved Koddosely who had covered 246 feet while jumping over cars. He was planning to break the motorcar reverse distance world record of 800 km traveled in 13 hours and 48 minutes.Sultan was aiming to improve his own record of motorcar reverse jumping, when he had made while jumping over 15 cars and during the process he had covered 150 feet distance in a show held on January 13,1995 at Faisalabad Pakistan.But unfortunately this great stuntman left us in an accident during his last show.I try my best to collect some of his best performance pictures.
How people look at the twins?And it’s really funny how being twins keep people fascinated.Normally people compare them because they look alike.Who had the most beautiful smile, eyes, etc.ALWAYS the comparison!Must be hard on the girls, because now they are noticing that more and more.Even between themselves,the competition is starting.At age 8, What happens when they are 14, 18, then it will become a fierce competition.As I think it’s too much difficult to look after twins because they feel hunger at same time and the they want to do every work at same time.Anyways it’s my oppinion and may be it would be wrong.Leave all the worries just enjoy my twins gallery.
The Padaung are best known for the unusual practise that the Padaung women develop, of wearing brass rings around their necks, arms and legs. As a result, the Padaung women are often called the long-neck women of Myanmar. The brass coils are first applied when the girls are about five years old, and as the girl grows older, longer coils are added. The weight of the brass pushes down the collar bone and compresses the rib cage, giving the appearance of a very long neck.
The Greeks were the first to recognize obesity as a medical disorder.Hippocrates wrote that “Corpulence is not only a disease itself, but the harbinger of others”.The Indian surgeon Sushruta (6th century BCE) related obesity to diabetes and heart disorders.He recommended physical work to help cure it and its side effects.For most of human history mankind struggled with food scarcity.Obesity has thus historically been viewed as a sign of wealth and prosperity. It was common among high officials in Europe in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance as well as in Ancient East Asian civilizations.
Kashmir is justly said to be the Nature’s grand finale of beauty. In this masterpiece of earth’s creation seasons in strong individuality vie with one another in putting up exquisite patterns of charm and loveliness. Nature has left an indelible mark on the folk performances of Kashmir and the Kashmiries get more beauty in this lovely season.These below pictures are a little proof of it.