Monday, January 31, 2011

START THE DAY WITH LOVE.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

ஜப்பான் விளைநிலத்தில் விளைந்த அற்புதம்







Sunday, January 23, 2011

CLASSIC INDIAN PAINTINGS







ஓவியமான உடல்கள்





Thursday, January 20, 2011

Most Curious Birth Stories - 3


The woman who gave birth to a baby nearly her own size

Stacey Herald, a 28 1/2-inch (72 cm) woman, gave birth to an 18-inch (46 cm) daughter who wasn't much smaller than her mother! Pregnancy swelled Herald's belly to comically large proportions, the woman said.“If I laid down, I looked like a snail,” she said, laughing. “That's how big my belly was. I looked like an Idaho potato with arms and legs.

Most Curious Birth Stories -2

The woman did own caesarean section to give birth

This is one tough mother: Ines Ramirez is the only woman known to have performed a successful Caesarean-section on herself! The sun had set hours ago. The nearest clinic was 80 km away over rough roads, and her husband, her only assistant during a half-dozen previous births, was drinking at a cantina. She had no phone and neither did the cantina.
So at midnight, after 12 hours of constant pain, the petite, 40-year-old mother of six sat down on a low wooden bench. She took several gulps from a bottle of rubbing alcohol, grabbed a 15-cm knife and began to cut.

By the light of a single dim bulb, Ramirez sawed through skin, fat and muscle before reaching inside her uterus and pulling out her baby boy. She says she cut his umbilical cord with a pair of scissors, then passed out. When she regained consciousness, she wrapped a sweater around her bleeding abdomen and asked her 6-year-old son, Benito, to run for help. Several hours later, the village health assistant, Leon Cruz, and a second health worker found Ramirez alert and lying beside her live baby. Cruz sewed her 17-cm incision up with a regular needle and thread. The two men lifted mother and child onto a thin straw mat, lugged them up horse paths to the town's only road, then drove them to the clinic over two hours away.

That was March 5, 2000. Now Ines Ramirez is recognized internationally as a modern miracle: She is believed to be the only woman known to have performed a successful Caesarean-section on herself.

Most Curious Birth Stories - 1


The woman who gave birth on 10.10.10, 09.09.09 and 08.08.08

A Michigan housewife is celebrating the birth of her daughter Cearra on the 10.10.10. It follows the birth of her son on 09.09.09 and her other daughter on 08.08.08, at the odds of 50 million to one. Barbara Soper, 36, said: ‘She's our own little miracle.' Despite the neat pattern of their children's birthdays, the Sopers insist it was not planned… Barbie Soper tells The Grand Rapids Press she's excited about her children's unique birth dates and that they ‘all get to share in it.