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Why Is Rajinikanth Selling Tea In Kerala?

Last updated on: November 17, 2023 17:10 IST
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IMAGE: Is that Rajinikanth selling tea in Kerala? Photograph: ANI

Meet the Pen Man of Odisha.

The Top Videos of the Week, listed by Shailajanand Mishra.

Also see: The hot air balloon safari at Pinjore.

The magic of the Chinar.

Videos chosen by you through your likes on iShare.


Why Is Rajinikanth Selling Tea In Kerala?
Location: Kochi

No, it's not any kind of filmi promotion.

In fact, it's not even the megastar.

But, given the resemblance, can you blame us for getting fooled?

All Videos: ANI



The Pen Man From Odisha
Location: Bhubaneswar

Tushar Kanta Das was in Class 10 when he started to collect pens from his classmates.

Over the years, his collection has expanded to include gold-plated pens and even a diamond-studded one.

Guess how many pens he owns today?


This Will Break Your Heart!
Location: Kannur

His master died four months ago.

Since then, this dog has been waiting outside the Kannur District Hospital mortuary for his owner to return.


Wonder What The View From A Hot Air Balloon Looks Like?
Location: Pinjore

If you head to Pinjore in Haryana, this is what you will see.



The Magic Of The Chinar
Location: Srinagar

Kashmir is truly the postcard for seasons.

And 'tis the season of the glorious Chinar.


The Saffron Fields Bloom
Location: Pulwama

Lavender flowers dot the earth, protecting within their petals the precious red colour stamen that is saffron.

And this is the harvesting season.

The flowers have to be hand-picked; the stamens too are separated by hand.

Did you know that the saffron flower belongs to the crocus family?

Prestige magazine reports that 75,000 flowers are needed to make a pound (0.45 kg) of the spice.

And that Kashmiri saffron, considered to the world's finest, can sell for $1,500 (approximately Rs 125,000) per pound.



Feature Presentation: Ashish Narsale/

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