Some historical mysteries may never be solved. Sometimes, that’s because the relevant excavated material has been lost or an archaeological site has been destroyed. Other times, it’s because new evidence is unlikely to come forward or the surviving evidence is too vague to lead scholars to a consensus.
The lack of answers only makes these enigmas more intriguing. Here, take a look at 10 of these historical questions that may never have definitive explanations.
Who was Jack the Ripper?
In 1888, Jack the Ripper killed at least five women in London, mutilating their bodies. Several letters, supposedly from the Ripper, were sent to police taunting officers’ efforts to find the Ripper. (Whether any of them were actually written by the Ripper is a matter of debate among scholars.) The name “Jack the Ripper” comes from these letters.
Needless to say, the Ripper was never found, and over the years, dozens of people have been brought up as possible candidates. A recent book suggested that a woman named Lizzie Williams was the Ripper, although other Ripper experts cast doubt on it. It appears unlikely that the true identity of the Ripper will ever be known for sure.
Where is Jimmy Hoffa?
The teamster union leader known for his involvement in organized crime disappeared in Oakland County, Michigan, on July 30, 1975, and is now presumed to be dead. The identity of his killer(s) and the location of his body are ongoing mysteries. Police and forensic anthropologists have searched several sites in Detroit and Oakland County to no avail.
One popular theory was that Hoffa’s body was buried beneath Giants Stadium in New Jersey. However, this theory has been debunked. The identity of his killer is also unclear. Before he died in 2006, Richard “The Iceman” Kuklinski, a hitman, claimed to have killed Hoffa and dumped his body in a scrapyard. An author named Philip Carlo visited Kuklinski in prison before he died and wrote a book on Kuklinski’s confessions. After the book came out several police officers cast doubt on the confession in media interviews. As the years go by, it appears increasingly unlikely that Hoffa’s remains will ever be found.
Where is Cleopatra’s tomb?
Ancient writers claim that Cleopatra VIIand her lover, Mark Antony, were buried together in a tomb after they died in 30 B.C. The writer Plutarch (A.D. 45-120) wrote that the tomb was located near a temple of Isis, an Egyptian goddess, and was a “lofty and beautiful” monument containing treasures made of gold, silver, emeralds, pearls, ebony, and ivory.
The location of the tomb remains a mystery. In 2010, Zahi Hawass, Egypt’s former antiquities minister, conducted excavations at a site near Alexandria now called Taposiris Magna, which contains several tombs dating to the era when Cleopatra VII ruled Egypt. While many interesting archaeological discoveries were made, Cleopatra VII’s tomb was not among them Hawass reported in a series of news releases. Archaeologists have noted that even if Cleopatra’s tomb does survive to this day, it may be heavily plundered and unidentifiable.
Who killed JFK?
This is probably the biggest mystery in American history that will never be resolved to everyone’s satisfaction. On Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas by Lee Harvey Oswald (although some speculate that he wasn’t the only one shooting). On Nov. 24, 1963, before Oswald could stand trial, Oswald was fatally shot by nightclub owner Jack Ruby. Ruby died of lung cancer on Jan. 3, 1967. [10 Persistent Kennedy Assassination Theories]
The most widely accepted explanation is that Oswald killed JFK on his own and Ruby killed Oswald, on his own volition. Ruby’s stated motivation was to spare Jacqueline Kennedy “the discomfiture of [Oswald] coming back to trial.” However there are still a significant number of professional historians, along with many amateurs, who do not agree with this explanation and since JFK’s death, numerous alternative explanations have been brought forward by historians and amateurs. Given that significant new evidence is unlikely to appear, a firm consensus will probably never be reached.
Is there a money pit on Oak Island?
For more than two centuries, stories have circulated that Oak Island, located off Nova Scotia, Canada, held a money pit of buried treasure — supposedly left by the pirate Capt. William Kidd(1645-1701). Over that time, numerous expeditions costing millions of dollars have traveled to the island searching for the lost treasure, to no avail. [The 10 Most Notorious Pirates Ever]
Despite centuries of searching no treasure has been found on Oak Island. Nevertheless, that doesn’t stop people from trying to find it. A History Channel show called the “Curse of Oak Island” follows a modern-day expedition; the show was just renewed for a fourth season in 2016.
Is the Copper Scroll treasure real?
Another treasure tale that will probably never be resolved is more ancient. In 1952 a copper scroll was found by archaeologists in a cave, along with other Dead Sea Scrolls, at the site of Qumran. As its name suggests, the writing was engraved onto a copper scroll. The scroll records a vast amount of hidden gold and silver treasure — so much, in fact, that some scholars believe that it can’t exist. [Gallery of Dead Sea Scrolls: A Glimpse of the Past]
The scroll dates back more than 1,900 years to a time when the Roman Empire controlled the Qumran area. There were several revolts against Roman rule at the time the scroll was written, and scientists have hypothesized that the treasure was hidden to prevent its capture by Roman forces. Whether the treasure is real, where exactly it was hidden, whether it was ever found and whether it could still exist today are all mysteries that will likely never be solved.
What’s the fate of the Ark of the Covenant?
In 587 B.C., a Babylonian army, under King Nebuchadnezzar II, conquered Jerusalem, sacking the city and destroying the First Temple, a building used by the Jewish people to worship god. The First Temple contained the Ark of the Covenant, which carried tablets recording the 10 Commandments.
The fate of the Ark is unclear. Ancient sources indicate that the ark was either carried back to Babylon or hidden before the city was captured. It’s also possible that the ark was destroyed during the city’s sacking. In any event, the ark’s location is unknown. Since the disappearance, several stories and legends about the ark’s fate have been told. One story suggests the ark eventually made its way to Ethiopia, where it is kept today. Another story says the ark was divinely hidden and will not appear until a messiah arrives.
Were the Hanging Gardens of Babylon real?
Ancient writers describe a fantastic series of gardens constructed in the ancient city of Babylonian modern-day Iraq. It’s not clear when these gardens were built, but some ancient writers were so impressed by the gardens that they called them a “wonder of the world.” Around 250 B.C., Philo of Byzantium wrote that the Hanging Gardens had “plants cultivated at a height above ground level, and the roots of the trees are embedded in an upper terrace rather than in the earth.”
So far, archaeologists who have excavated Babylon have been unable to find the remains of a garden that meets this description. This has left archaeologists with a question: Did the hanging gardens really exist? In 2013, Stephanie Dalley, a researcher at the University of Oxford, proposed in a book that the gardens were actually located at the Assyrian city of Nineveh. Over the past two decades, both Babylon and Nineveh have suffered damage from wars and looting, and it seems unlikely that this mystery will ever be fully solved.
Is there a City of Atlantis?
Writing in the fourth century B.C., the Greek philosopher Plato told a story of land named Atlantis that existed in the Atlantic Ocean and supposedly conquered much of Europe and Africa in prehistoric times. In the story, the prehistoric Athenians strike back against Atlantis in a conflict that ends with Atlantis vanishing beneath the waves.
While no serious scholar believes that this story is literally true, some have speculated that the legend could have been inspired, in part, by real events that happened in Greek history. One possibility is that the Minoan civilization(as it’s now called), which flourished on the island of Crete until about 1400 B.C., could have inspired the story of Atlantis. Although Crete is in the Mediterranean, and not the Atlantic, Minoan settlements suffered considerable damage during the eruption of Thera, a volcano in Greece.
Additionally, archaeologists found that the Minoans were eventually overcome (or forced to join with) a group of people called the Mycenaeans, who were based on mainland Greece. It’s unlikely that this debate will ever be fully settled.
What was Jesus really like?
The earliest surviving gospels date to the second century, almost 100 years after the life of Jesus (although recently, it was announced that a possible first-century fragment had been found).
The lack of surviving first-century texts about Jesus leaves biblical scholars with several questions. When were the gospels written? How many of the stories actually took place? What was Jesus like in real life? Archaeological investigations of Nazareth, Jesus’ hometown, reveal more about the environment where he grew up. More recently, scientists discovered a first-century house that, centuries after Jesus’ time, was venerated as being the house that Jesus grew up in, but whether it was actually Jesus’ house is unknown.
Although new research will provide more insight, scholars think it’s unlikely they will ever fully know what Jesus was really like.
Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs In India
Students in India are very much interested in knowing details about high paying jobs. Not just India, students across the World are interested in such careers, which offer high salary and additional perks and benefits. A high paying job not only provides one with a sense of financial security, it will also help one have a good lifestyle and enjoy good social status. And most of the celebrated and well rewarding careers also helps one earn respect from peers and society. In this article, we will check out a list of some of the highest paying jobs in India.
Doctors in India earn well. India has a huge population. With this huge population comes increased number of health problems. In India, the ratio of number of Doctors available per 1000 patients is very low. While this is a matter of concern, it also means that Doctors practicing in India gets a steady flow of patients (very true in case of Urban areas, but bit compromised in case of Rural areas).
Merchant Navy is a very demanding profession and accordingly compensated well on the monetary front. The payment is an attractive factor for joining the merchant navy. However, the entry-level positions are paid more or less as the ground staff, but as you gain on experience, the compensation is rewarding.
Indian Civil Services is, by far, one of the most prestigious services in the Indian landscape. The job promises not only the Highest Paying Jobs in India but also job security and value in terms of the outlook of people towards civil servants. Three significant classifications – IAS – Indian Administrative Services, IFS – Indian Foreign Services & IPS – Indian Police Services can be chosen under civil services.
The various verticals under IT come with the need of the changing phase of the software development arena and its full application. IT has lured many professionals to emerge in India as one of the top IT service providers in the world. the changing technology deserves versatile professionals who ride the wave of change and hence, benefit the best on salaries.
In the general scenario, engineering is a degree that acts as an essential qualification to extended and specialized qualifications. Over the years, engineering has emerged in a new light with cross mixes. One would not have imagined beyond Mechanical, Instrumentation, Electronics & Technology, Civil, Chemical, and Computer Engineering 2 decades ago. Today, we have specialized engineering verticals driven by the need of the hour and innovation.
Chartered Accountants drive businesses on the financial forefront, and as long as businesses operate, CA’s will be the need of the time. Chartered Accountant does not easily attract the best salaries. CA’s who have passed in the first attempt with first-class are most sought-after and are compensated best in the industry. First-class and first attempt CA professionals have the Big Four consulting firms welcome them with the most enriching salaries in the industry.
Company Secretaries are the backbone to the companies in administering policies, statutory compliances, and smooth functioning, implementations, and handling repercussions of the Board of Directors. Secretaries are the hand in glove for the Board of Directors and play a very vital role in the effective functioning of company matters.
Management Consultants are primarily MBA graduates or senior management professionals who have grown to offer business consultation through their experiences. Business Coach can be an alternate term for a Management or Business Consultant.
Management Consultants can be associated with company management panels and be on-board to offer advice or can work in private practice as a consultant.
Rain or sun, lawyers are the one hand that saves you from all the legal obligations and keeps you afloat. Run into any legal matter or want legal advice, a lawyer is an evergreen profession and shall remain.
Lawyers further classify under family, corporate, business, labor, intellectual property, criminal, bankruptcy, civil litigation, real estate, and entertainment lawyer.
Aviation services are the commercial flying jobs with Airlines for the post of pilots. Pilots take home handsome salaries considering the nature of their careers. The responsibility factor that comes with this job and the round the clock time modalities make this profession a difficult one, but worth taking for the monetary benefits, as well as an international travel experience.
So, these are the most highly paid jobs in India. If you are someone who’s aiming to fit into any of these roles then you are assured of your entire future wellness.
Top 10 Deadliest Terrorist Attacks in the World
There is no universal agreement on the legal definition of terrorism, although there exists a consensus academic definition created by scholars.
Various legal systems and government agencies use different definitions of terrorism, and governments have been reluctant to formulate an agreed-upon and legally binding definition. Difficulties arise from the fact that the term has become politically and emotionally charged. A simple definition proposed to the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) by terrorism studies scholar Alex P. Schmid in 1992, based on the already internationally accepted definition of war crimes, as “peacetime equivalents of war crimes”, was not accepted.
On July 7, 2005, four suicide bombers with rucksacks full of explosives attacked central London. After two weeks, on 21 July, 2005, four other bomb attacks paralyzed the functionaries of London’s public transport system. Reportedly fifty-two civilians were killed in that series of coordinated suicide attacks while more than 700 were injured.
During the infamous 2003 Istanbul bombings, four truck bomb attacks were carried out on 15 November, 2003 and 20 November, 2003, in Istanbul, Turkey. According to reports, 57 people were found dead while almost 700 were injured.
Three blasts ripped through the national capital just two days before Diwali on October 29, 2005, killing 67 people and injuring over 200. The terrorists had planted bombs in bags at the busy markets of Sarojini Nagar and Paharganj and a DTC bus. A total of 67 people were killed and more than 200 others were injured in the three blasts. The same year in May, twin blasts had rocked the Liberty and Satyam Cinema halls.
On July 22, 2011, eight people died in a bombing in Oslo and 69 young people died on nearby Utoya island. This was the deadliest attack in Norway since World War II.
Dubrovka Theatre Siege, Moscow
On October 23, 2002, about 50 Chechen rebels storm a Moscow theater, taking up to 700 people hostage during a sold-out performance of a popular musical. After a two-and-a-half day siege, Russian forces entered the building, a struggle followed and a total of one hundred seventy people were killed.
Madrid train bombings
On the morning of 11 March 2004 – three days before Spain’s general elections, nearly simultaneous, coordinated bombings against the Cercanías commuter train system of Madrid killed 192 people and injured around 2,000.
Peshawar school attack
In the deadliest slaughter of innocents in Pakistan in years, Taliban gunmen attacked a military-run school on December 16, 2014 and killed 141 people — almost all of them students — before government troops ended the siege.
Mumbai terror attacks
Date: November 26-29, 2008
Locations targeted: Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station, Leopold Café, Taj Mahal Palace & Tower Hotel, Oberoi Trident Hotel, Metro Cinema, Cama and Albless Hospital and Nariman House.
Ten Pakistani men associated with the terror group Lashkar-e-Tayyiba stormed buildings in Mumbai, killing 164 people. Nine of the gunmen were killed during the attacks, one survived. Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving gunman, was executed in November 2012.
Beslan school siege
On September 1, 2004, armed Chechen rebels took approximately 1,200 children and adults hostage at a school in Beslan, North Ossetia, Russia. The siege ended on September 3, 2004 with more than 330 killed, including 186 children, and more than 700 people wounded.
World Trade Centre attack
On September 11, 2001, 19 militants associated with the Islamic extremist group al-Qaeda hijacked four passenger planes operated by two major US air carriers and carried out suicide attacks against targets in the United States. Two of the planes were flown into the World Trade Center (WTC) in New York. The attack killed 2,996 people and injured more than 6,000.
Top 10 Weird Laws Around the World
Parliaments famous Salmon Act of 1986 states that it’s illegal to hold salmon under suspicious circumstances
Section 32 of the Salmon Act 1986 stipulates that it is an offence to handle salmon under suspicious circumstances.
This section creates an offence in England and Wales for any person who receives or disposes of any salmon in circumstances where they believe or could reasonably believe that the salmon has been illegally fished. The maximum penalty is two years imprisonment.
The context may well make the law less weird, but even so, suspiciously holding salmon is a pretty funny offence to be arrested for.
If you own any chickens in Quitman, Georgia, it is illegal to let them cross the road
Simply put, the law essentially wants owners to have their chickens under control at all times. This makes sense when you imagine the danger of letting farm animals run about, but the specificity of the law about not allowing chickens to cross the road rings true to the joke and makes for a funny read.
Georgia likes to ensure the safety and sacredness of their chicken as in Gainesville Georgia, you have to eat fried chicken with your bare hands. Keep your forks away from them. The law describes chicken as a “culinary delicacy sacred to its municipality.” Perhaps this is why chicken deserves a specific transport safety law.
Australia’s second most populated state says it illegal to change a light bulb unless you are a licensed electrician
Under Victorian law, changing a light bulb without a valid license to do so was against the law. Taking your light into your own hands brought a fine of 10 Australian dollars.
However, a revision to the 1998 Electricity Safety Act updated this law. A spokeswoman for Energy Safe Victoria said that, “While the Electricity Safety Act makes it illegal to do your own electrical work if you are not licensed, changing a light bulb and removing a plug from a socket were specifically exempted from this requirement under Order in Council G17.”
Milan in Italy states that it is a legal requirement to smile at all times except at funerals or hospitals
What’s with the long face? In Milan, the law compels you to smile. It is prescribed by a city regulation from Austro-Hungarian times that was never repealed.
Exemptions included funeral goers, hospital workers or those at the bedside of an ill family member. For everybody else there is no excuse for being glum, the alternative being a fine. This has got to be one of the weirdest laws of all.
In Florida, it is illegal to pass wind in a public place after 6pm on Thursdays
There is some debate over this one. It certainly is a forgotten law and has never really been enforced in Florida.
It was probably written in the 1800’s and forgotten since. It is not clear why this ever became a law, or a rumoured law in the first place.
It is against the law to have a sleeping donkey in your bathtub after 7 pm
In Arizona, this law was brought into effect due to a public menace case in 1924. A merchant used to allow his donkey to sleep in a bathtub. The town was flooded when a local dam broke and the donkey, was washed a mile down the valley. The donkey survived, but locals spent a lot of time and manpower to save the animal. This law was passed shortly after.
It is against the law not to walk your dog at least three times a day in Turin, Italy
Dog owners in Turin, Italy will be fined up to 500 euros if they don’t walk their pets at least three times a day, under a new law from the city’s council. Italy considers itself an animal-loving nation and in many cities stray cats and protected by law.
To enforce the law, Turin police would rely largely on the help of tipsters spotting cruel treatment by neighbours. Turin has the most stringent animal protection rules in the country. They even ban fairgrounds from giving away goldfish in bags.
In Scotland, if someone knocks on your door and requires the use of your toilet, you must let them enter
Yes, this means that by law if you need the toilet you can suggest it is illegal for them to deny you the use of their toilet.
However, this law is questionable as how can we suggest people should let just anyone into their home? This law has made many lists of the most absurd laws, but I could not find any context behind this peculiar law.
In Samoa, it is illegal to forget your wife’s birthday
You will get more than the silent treatment from your wife if you forget her birthday in Samoa. It is unclear how long your sentence would be, but maybe some time apart for you to think about how to make it up to her wouldn’t be too bad.
The French town of Sarpourenx makes it a legal requirement to have bought a burial plot before dying
Some issues were had in this French town with people wantonly dying and then expecting to be buried. The mayor issued an edict forbidding people from dying within the city limits unless they had previously purchased a plot in a local cemetery. People who die anyway will be severely punished. What kind of punishment you give the dead however is as of yet unclear.
Top 10 Historical Places In India
India is rich in culture,traditions,heritage buildings, temples, forts and palaces. Famous Indian Monuments includes Old Churches of Goa ,The Taj Mahal, Qutab Minar of Delhi, Charminar, Red fort and Jantar mantar, these are also few most visited Heritage Sites in India.
Here, I’ve listed down the top 10 popular historical places in India, that you shouldn’t be missing.
The Taj Mahal, a beautiful white marble Monument located in the city of Agra on the banks of the holy river Yamuna in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Taj Mahal is the finest example of combines elements of Mughal, Persian, Ottoman Turkish and Indian architectural styles.
It is one of the eight wonders of the world and also one of the must visit place in Uttar Pradesh. Fatehpur Sikri is another historic site in the state, the first planned city of the Mughals.
The Golden Temple
The Golden Temple is known as Harmandir Sahib is a Sikh Gurdwara located in the Amritsar, Punjab. Shri Darbar Shaib is the holiest shrine and most famous pilgrimage place for Sikhs.
Harmandir Sahib is one of the most sacred places in India, a Holy Granth Sahib is always present inside the temple.
Brihadishwara Temple also called Periya Koyil or Big Temple is one of the India’s largest temple located in the Thanjavur at the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
The Rajarajeswaram temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the best temple build by Cholas along with Airavatesvara Temple of Tamil Nadu, Brihadishwara Temple and Airavatesvara Temple are two world heritage sites in Tamil Nadu.
The Lotus Temple of Delhi is called Bahai Temples, situated near kalka Ji. Lotus Temple is a house of Worship for every religion and best place for meditation and peace.
Bahai Faith is spiritual unity of all humankind, there are eight continental Houses of Worship have been built around the world. Lotus Temple is one of them and the prominent attraction in Delhi.
The great monuments of the royal Rajputs of Rajasthan, Hawa Mahal also Palace of Winds is situated in the heart of pink city and the capital of Rajasthan,Jaipur. The pyramid shape five-story palace is constructed by red and pink sandstone by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh for women’s of royal families.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus or Victoria Terminus is a historic railway station situated in the dream city of India Mumbai, Maharashtra. Victoria Terminus is one of the most busiest railway station in India and headquarters of the Central Railways.
The monuments inside the Qutb Minar Complex are historic and stunning. The first structures at the complex were built by the sultans of Mehrauli and later by the Mughals.
The highlight at the Qutub Minar Complex is the Qutub Minar. It is a tall tower built in Afghan architectural styles and it has verses from the Quran written on it.
Ask anyone in Delhi about a must-visit place and they will tell you to drop by at the Red Fort. Built by Shah Jahan, this fort is a testament to the glorious architectural pride of the Mughal Empire. Visit the fort and soak in the tremendous historic ambience. There’s a lot to see at the fort and for the best experience hire a guide.
Humayun’s Tomb was built in the mid-16th century by Haji Begum for the late emperor. Boasting of Persian and Islamic architecture, this historic attraction is known for its precise geometric construction.
A stand out feature of Humayun’s Tomb is the lack of décor when you compare it to other tombs in North India, this one is toned down.
The Victoria Memorial in Kolkata was built to commemorate Britain’s 25 years of rule over India. Made of white marble, the building is an epitome of grace and beauty. The stand out feature of the Victoria Memorial is the sixteen-foot tall bronze statue of victory atop the building. The best time to visit is at night when the entire building is illuminated.
So, these are the top 10 most popular historical places in India.
Top 10 Shoe Brands In The World
Shoes market has grown a lot in the past few decades as there is a drastic rise in consumer spending power. Shoes plays a very important role to get noticed in crowd that is why shoes brands are investing heavily in design and development to enhance quality and designs. A good quality shoe is always judged on the basis of its material, comfort, durability, stylish design etc & there are various manufacturing companies in the market all over the world offering wide varieties of casual & Leather shoes for all age group.
So, here I have in this article, the top 10 most popular shoe brands.
Nike don`t need any introduction, everyone knows this famous brand. It holds rank one in the list of top shoe brands in the world. Nike is number one shoe manufacturer in the world which supplies athletic shoes and apparels. The company was founded in year 1964 by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight, and officially became Nike, Inc. on May 1971 having headquartered in Washington County, Oregon, United States.
Adidas is a German multinational corporation which has conquered the market of sportswear manufacturing industry. Its is second most liked top shoe brands. Adidas was founded in July 1924 by Adolf Dassler & currently is a second biggest sportswear manufacturer in the world and biggest manufacturer in Europe. This brand is known as one of the highest selling footwear & sports apparels around the world. Adidas sells a range of clothing items, varying from men’s and women’s t-shirts, jackets, hoodies, pants and leggings etc.
Skechers Brand was founded in 1992 by Robert Greenberg having headquartered in Manhattan Beach, California. Now Skechers is third largest athletic footwear brand in the United States. It focuses on developing casual & trendy shoes for men, women & Children. Skechers make boots, sneakers, training shoes, oxfords, sandals, and semi-dressy shoes.
Vans is an American company founded in 1966 based in California & manufacturer of skateboarding shoes & related apparels. Vans is known for their unique & versatile shoes with a lot of varieties.
The online store of Vans also allow to customize the design of shoe customer wants to buy. Vans has supported the Warped Tour since 1996. This company is also the manufacturer of apparels & other products like hoodies, socks, backpacks etc. Their shoes are on a pricey side but they are loved for there comfort, unique design & durability.
Puma, is a German multinational company that manufactures athletic & casual shoes, apparels & accessories. The company was founded in 1948 Rudolf Dassler & is the third largest sportswear manufacturer in the world. As per the record of 2017, Puma employed more than 14000 employees all over the world & distributes its products in more than 120 countries. Puma shoes are popular for their attractive designs, durability and comfort.
SeeandWear Brand is the newest out of all the brands mentioned but the quality is totally worth it to include this brand in Top 10 list. SeeandWear was founded in the year 2011 and is the leading manufacturer and seller of genuine Leather Formal casual shoes, Leather Belts, Wallets, Sports T-Shirts etc.
This brand was founded in India but now exporting there products all over the world including US & Dubai. You can buy the variety of Men’s Leather shoes like Loafers, Lace-up shoes, Brogue shoe, Monks etc.
Bata for founded in August 1894 in Czech Republic by Tomas Bata & known as the world’s most acknowledged footwear brand in the world. the company has its retail stores in more than 70 countries with more than 5500 showrooms.
Bata is known for its variety of formal/ casual shoes, bags, belts & accessories for all age group & genders. This is a family oriented brand where you can find best product for your family member of any age group
Fila is an Italian company founded 1911 in Biella and manufactures sportswear for men, women, children and athletes. This 108 years old company manufactures Athletic shoes, clothing & accessories & supplies it all over the world. The Company offers its wide range of products to a number of brands, including Das, Giotto, D idò, Pongo, Lyra, and others.
Reebok was founded in 1958 and is one of the global manufacturer of sports footwear, apparel & accessories. It is the official footwear and apparel sponsor for Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), CrossFit, Spartan Race, and Les Mills. In 2005, Adidas acquired Reebok as a subsidiary but operations were maintained under different brand names. Reebok manufactures & sells fitness, running, cross fit sportswear including clothing & footwear.
Asics is a Japanese multinational company which manufactures shoes & sports equipment. It was founded in 1949 and produces a vintage category of shoes which are on a higher side. In 2006, the company generated 171 billion yen in net sales and 13 billion yen in net income. On December , 2018, ASICS announced the launch of an e-commerce website for the Indian market.
Hey friends, so these are the updated Top 10 Shoe brands in the world which are very famous & profit making since past decades.
Top 10 Popular Animes
Anime is quickly becoming one of the most popular forms of entertainment available to consumers across the world. Originating in Japan, anime is a term that is derived from the English word “animation” and it describes all animated works, regardless of style or origin.
In regions outside of Japan, anime is typically referred to as animation produced in Japan – or the common animation style that is seen in Japanese animation. As the medium continues to evolve and grow in popularity, we’re taking a look at the list of the top 10 anime sorted by popularity.
No Game No Life
No Game No Life is a Japanese anime that premiered on April 9, 2014. The series follows two step-siblings known as Sora and Shiro who are both known in the online gaming world as “Blank,” an undefeated team of gamers. No Game No Life is currently still being produced as a manga, though the anime met its end in June 2014.
Steins;Gate is an anime television series that began in 2011. The series is set in 2010 and follows Rintaro Okabe who accidentally discovers a method of time travel and through this method, he and his friends can send text messages to their friends in the past, thus changing the present/future. Steins;Gate ran from April 2011 – September 2011.
Naruto is one of the biggest anime series’ of all time. It follows Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who just wants to be recognized by his friends and dreams of becoming the next Hokage, the leader of his village. The anime originally ran from September 1999 to November 2014. A sequel series known as Naruto: Shippuden was also released and began airing in February 2007 and the final episode of the series was aired on March 23, 2017.
Tokyo Ghoul is one of my favorite anime series of all time. It follows a high school student, Ken Kaneki, who goes on a date with a nice girl he meets at a cafe. Little does Kaneki know that the girl he is to be taking out is actually a man-eating ghoul who catfishes him in an attempt to eat him. Unfortunately, her plan goes awry and she ends up merging with Kaneki to turn him into a ghoul. It’s a really fantastic anime if you ignore the last couple of seasons. Tokyo Ghoul ran for a few seasons but came to an end in December 2018.
My Hero Academia
My Hero Academia is by far one of the most popular anime series of all time. The anime began airing on May 5, 2018 on Adult Swim’s Toonami channel. Since then, the anime has exploded into popularity and is one of the highest selling series ever. The series follows Izuku “Deku” Midoriya on his journey to become the popular hero. The only problem is he doesn’t have a Quirk. In My Hero Academia, a Quirk is what gives the population their abilities. Just about everyone on the planet has a Quirk, but it is possible to never obtain one.
One Punch Man
One Punch Man is a Japanese anime series focused around telling the story of Saitama, a superhero that has the ability to take down any opponent with a single punch. Saitama grows bored of defeating his enemies with such ease due to his overwhelming strength and decides to seek out an actual challenge. The One Punch Man anime currently has 2 seasons with a total of 24 episodes.
Sword Art Online
Sword Art Online has been an incredibly popular, though controversial, anime since its release in 2012. The controversy of the series comes from the audience’s perception of what is considered good as many people think the anime is actually very bad and put people down for liking it. However, with the newer seasons, Sword Art Online is quickly becoming more widely accepted and improves on previous issues.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
By far, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is my favorite anime of all time. I started watching Fullmetal Alchemist when I was in high school, but hadn’t heard of Brotherhood for a couple of years after finishing the original series. Once I started watching Brotherhood, I couldn’t stop. It has the action, the acting, the animation, it has it all. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is widely regarded as one of the best anime of all time.
Attack on Titan
Attack on Titan has also become an incredibly popular anime since its release in April 2013. The series follows Eren Jaeger and his friends after a massive creature known as the Colossal Titan breaches the wall of their home town and kills his mother. After the attack, he swears revenge and will stop at nothing to take down the Titans. It’s a really good action-packed series full of twists and turns around every corner.
Last, but certainly not least, we’ve got Death Note. According to My Anime List, Death Note is the most popular anime of all time with a total of 2,480,912 members on the site. The series centers around Light Yagami as he received a notebook imbued with powers that will kill anyone whose name is written inside. The series also received a Netflix adaptation that was less than perfect, though it seems we’ll be getting a Death Note 2 anyway.
So, here are the most popular Animes , that I know will be in your favorite lists too!
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- Top 10 Best Indian Hindi Songs
- Top 10 Blues Songs Of All Time
- Top 10 Best Rappers of All Time
- Top 10 Modern Bands
- Top 10 Most Rated Bucket List Destinations
- Top 10 Best Cheap Places to Travel in July
- Top 10 Best Luxury All-Inclusive Resorts in the World
- Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs In India
- Top 10 Deadliest Terrorist Attacks in the World