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Silver Price in HYDERABAD - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
HYDERABAD
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.25
10g Rs. 402.48
100g Rs. 4,024.80
1 KG Rs. 40,248
Silver Price in DELHI - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
DELHI
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.06
10g Rs. 400.64
100g Rs. 4,006.40
1 KG Rs. 40,064
Silver Price in MUMBAI - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
MUMBAI
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.02
10g Rs. 400.24
100g Rs. 4,002.40
1 KG Rs. 40,024
Silver Price in CHENNAI - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
CHENNAI
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40
10g Rs. 400
100g Rs. 4,000
1 KG Rs. 40,000
Silver Price in KOLKATA - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
KOLKATA
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.23
10g Rs. 402.26
100g Rs. 4,022.60
1 KG Rs. 40,226
Silver Price in KOCHI - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
KOCHI
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.06
10g Rs. 400.64
100g Rs. 4,006.40
1 KG Rs. 40,064
Silver Price in BANGALORE - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
BANGALORE
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.20
10g Rs. 401.98
100g Rs. 4,019.80
1 KG Rs. 40,198
Silver Price in PUNE - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
PUNE
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.06
10g Rs. 400.64
100g Rs. 4,006.40
1 KG Rs. 40,064
Silver Price in VIJAYAWADA - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
VIJAYAWADA
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.06
10g Rs. 400.64
100g Rs. 4,006.40
1 KG Rs. 40,064
Silver Price in TRICHY - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
TRICHY
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.06
10g Rs. 400.64
100g Rs. 4,006.40
1 KG Rs. 40,064
Silver Price in TRIVANDRUM - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
TRIVANDRUM
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.06
10g Rs. 400.64
100g Rs. 4,006.40
1 KG Rs. 40,064
Silver Price in JAIPUR - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
JAIPUR
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.06
10g Rs. 400.64
100g Rs. 4,006.40
1 KG Rs. 40,064
Silver Price in AHMEDABAD - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
AHMEDABAD
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.06
10g Rs. 400.64
100g Rs. 4,006.40
1 KG Rs. 40,064
Silver Price in VISHAKAPATNAM - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
VISHAKAPATNAM
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.06
10g Rs. 400.64
100g Rs. 4,006.40
1 KG Rs. 40,064
Silver Price in MADURAI - Today
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
MADURAI
Sun, Jun 1st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.06
10g Rs. 400.64
100g Rs. 4,006.40
1 KG Rs. 40,064

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How to use Microwave Oven

Read the instructions and safety warnings thoroughly. here's a lot of stuff you need to know in that little booklet.
Plug your microwave in. Don't plug too many appliances in at once, or you may cause a power outage.
Set the time that you want to microwave something for.
  • If your microwave has a dial, turn it clockwise until the screen displays the desired time.
  • If your microwave has a number pad, type in the desired number of minutes followed by the desired number of seconds.
  • You may have to press "Cook" on your microwave before the time set will activate the microwave.
Apply your understanding to microwave specific items.

  • Start with Bake a Potato in the Microwave. If you are baking just one or two potatoes, or a sweet potato, reduce the power so the outside doesn't scorch by the time the inside is done.
  • Warm a plate of leftovers at low power.
  • Warm a milky coffee at medium power and check carefully when to stop so the milk retains its goodness.
  • Make s'mores in a microwave for a graphic demonstration of a microwave's power of cooking food through all at once: the marshmallow rapidly becomes extremely large.
  • Cook something big (but not huge, leave plenty of space on the sides, and stack loosely so some microwaves can enter into the core of the pile) at full power. For instance, a few pounds of potatoes to be mashed, piled all together plastic wrap or washed and returned to a plastic bag they came in, at full power. (Try fifteen minutes on high for five pounds.)
  • Microwave chopped-to-size vegetables before frying them to get the inside somewhat soft without having to burn the outside.
  • Make Microwave Popcorn, whether in a ready-made bag or in a covered bowl with a little oil (look around for a recipe). You might not expect from the rest of this article that it would work well, but it does. Follow the directions carefully; stop microwaving sooner rather than later -- it's better to have a mostly-full good bag rather than a full scorchy bag. This generally should be done on full power to make steam to pop the little kernels rather than slowly fizzling the moisture out of them. Try elevating the bag off the microwave floor for more even cooking if you get a lot of uncooked kernels alongside some burnt popcorn.
Understanding Your Microwave
Understand how a microwave oven heats food.

Microwaves penetrate and generate heat at depth within water-bearing food. In contrast, almost all other cooking methods heat the surface only, whether by conduction as in cooking with a fluid such as hot air (roasting), steam (steaming), oil (frying), or water (boiling), or non-penetrating radiation as in broiling. (Convection is merely bulk flow facilitating conduction).
  •  Microwaves do not cook from the "inside out", but do cook thin food essentially all throughout at once, and reduce the depth within thick food to which conduction from the rest of the food must carry heat.
  • Unlike boiling, etc. there is no hot dense fluid to carry heat to the interior of a large pile of food. Don't overstuff the microwave oven, even with somewhat loose items such as a big stack of potatoes.
A microwave generally cannot cook food that does not contain much water, including something that is light and fluffy, well.
  • Don't microwave something that contains little water for more than a minute or so before the microwave has a few minutes to rest, and put a cup of water in the microwave (which will get hot) with it to absorb the otherwise unused microwaves. This will help keep the microwave from overheating and damaging itself with surplus microwaves.
  • Generally, don't expect something that is supposed to dry out in the cooking process, such as a cake, to turn out well unless you use a special microwave-adapted recipe.
Microwaves tend to have many hot and cold spots from "standing waves". A turntable reduces this problem by moving the food through hot and cold spots. Very thin, flat solid food cannot conduct heat through itself rapidly to the cold spots. In some microwaves small or thin items cook better if they are supported above the floor by, for instance, an inverted bowl under a plate.
Understand how heat flows through food

A cooking method heats only the outside of a food item or in a microwave, the outer layers, perhaps an inch, enough to cook a two-inch-wide chunk more or less all at once. The heat must flow through the food to cook the rest.
In a microwave, heat must also flow from better-heated to worse-heated spots.
Water-based food most food, and the only kind that microwaves can cook cannot get hotter than 212 degrees Fahrenheit (100 degrees centigrade) until all of the water in the spot being heated has been boiled away. Applying more heat than sufficient to keep the outside from cooling below that point does not increase the rate at which heat flows into the interior to enable the cooking reactions (and to a very small extent, perhaps, be absorbed by them) by conduction through the watery bulk of the food. It only dries out the outside faster.
You may be familiar with this principle through cooking a steak. One should use high heat only to scorch the surface, then low heat to cook the interior to the desired level of overall doneness without ruining the exterior.
Pressure cookers keep water from boiling until it reaches a higher temperature, and, so, also cook extremely fast. But they are more or less limited to boiling (or, in the case of specialized commercial pressure-fryers for frying chicken, deep frying).
Sometimes it is desirable to cook the food at an even lower heat, to allow the interior to reach the desired temperature and sit at it for a certain period without the outside having to get much warmer. This takes longer because there is a smaller temperature gradient to drive heat flow, but, even with the longer cooking time, can keep the reactions that would overcook the outside at near-boiling temperatures to a minimum.
Consider sous vide. Try showing off with something "sous microwave", then seared, but start simple perhaps by poaching an egg in plastic wrap and be extra careful that anything involving raw meat or otherwise potentially hazardous is cooked through to a temperature sufficient to kill anything in it. Use a meat thermometer at several points. (There is little risk of something new bad developing in food during a microwaving process itself, because that is pretty fast.)
It is very important not to overheat something containing milk, such as hot chocolate, even to boiling because the milk can irreparably separate.
Watery foods, such as watery soups, can cook well at higher heat levels because they carry heat through themselves by convection. (Thick soups will not convect and will instead bubble locally and spit under excessive microwaving power.)
Consequently, turn down the power if microwaving just a few items of food so the outside and hot spots are not overdone by the time the rest is done. Generally, use half power if heating something other than at least a large mugful of watery liquid or a heap of food a few inches high at least; even less--"defrost" setting or one-quarter power for something already cooked and at risk of overcooking such as reheating chicken.
If you have been scorching the outside of items before cooking the inside, just reduce the power at first--you don't necessarily have to increase the cooking time. Remember, the overly-high heat wasn't cooking the food faster, just drying it out.

Understand the side-effects of other cooking methods, and choose to include them if you like.
  • Some cooking methods, such as frying, smoking, or boiling with salt or spices, also add material and thus flavor to the food. Microwaving doesn't add anything, so add all the flavoring (including "liquid smoke", smoke particles collected in a very efficient manner and dissolved in liquid) you like to the food before or after cooking. Add conservatively: only a very small fraction of the medium in which something would otherwise be cooked is actually absorbed into the food.
  • Some cooking methods add water to the food. Some, such as boiling (with water to be discarded) add way too much, so that it leaches out vitamins. Generally all that is needed with items prone to drying out is some plastic wrap with a few holes to prevent pressure buildup, but if something is on the edge of overdrying, add just a little water and cover it.
  • Some cooking methods dry out the outside of the food. Microwaving will liberate steam and re-moisten it, so if a crispy outside is desirable, generally microwave to get the inside mostly done, then cook the outside.
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Microwave Oven Types Microwave Oven Buying Guide

Introduction

Microwave oven initially gained popularity for reheating frozen foods. But now, it has evolved to become one of the most important kitchen appliances that can cook a variety of dishes within minutes. The new-age microwave ovens feature many auto-cook settings so that even a first time user can operate those efficiently. As you get along with your microwave, you will see that a large number of delicacies can be conveniently prepared with this device, saving both time and effort.

This buying guide will familiarize you with the general features of microwave ovens; categorize them as per their overall design and targeted end-users, thus helping you to choose the right oven to meet your requirements. You will also get to know about a few indispensable accessories that you should buy along with a microwave.

Who is this buying guide written for?
  • Those who want to prepare food fast and fuss-free
  • Those needing to reheat food on a regular basis
  • Working parents as well as singletons
What is a microwave oven?
A microwave oven is an electrical kitchen appliance that can heat or reheat food items instantly without employing any heating element or fire. New-age microwaves have features and functions to cook, grill and bake a variety of dishes easily.

Microwave ovens work using a high frequency radio wave of about 2.45GHz, which vibrates the water and other liquid molecules within any food item. These liquid molecules are vibrated at such a speed (unnoticeable with naked eyes) that it generates tremendous heat. The generated heat cooks the food within a very short span of time.

Microwave Oven Types

Convection type
Grill typeOven (solo) type

Convection type:

Any convection type microwave oven features a fan and a heating element to create air flow patterns inside the oven. The continuous hot air flow ensures optimum browning of the food evenly from all sides. Convection modes are suitable for baking and can be used to make food crispier from both inside and outside.
  • Features a fan with a heating element to create air flow inside the oven
  • Circulated air browns food evenly from all sides
  • Circulated hot air prevents high speed cooking and ensures even heating up of the entire oven cavity
  • Ideal for baking and making food crispier from inside as well as outside

Grill type:

Grill type microwave ovens are more focused on cooking foods like a conventional grilling, which browns food items, making them crispier from outside and juicer from inside. Many ovens feature grilling as a mode and this is ideal for making kebabs, tikkas and even parathas. Microwaves in grill mode can operate for a long period up to 99 minutes to prepare crunchy foods.
  • Works like a conventional griller using microwave radiation
  • A metal wire rack comes for this type of cooking
  • Browns food items to make them crispier from outside and juicer from inside
  • Features up to 99 minute long grilling time for preparation of a variety of food items
Oven (solo) type:

This type of microwave oven is the basic type that offers uniform heat distribution ideal for baking, reheating, cooking as well as defrosting food items. Solo ovens are sufficient for you if you don’t plan to use or combine grilling and convection modes in order to prepare lavish dishes.
  • Works like a basic oven using microwave radiation
  • Reheats and defrosts in seconds unlike conventional ovens
  • Offers uniform heat distribution, thanks to the turntable
  • Suitable for baking, reheating, cooking and defrosting food items
Countertop microwaves:

These types of microwave ovens are designed to be placed on your kitchen platform. You may choose to place it on the top of any other stable platform including other appliances. However, care must be taken to ensure free air circulation around this appliance.
  • Can be placed on your kitchen platform
  • Can be rearranged as per the space available in your kitchen
Over-the-range microwaves

You can integrate these types of microwave ovens in to a modular kitchen cabinetry or even with a compatible cooktop. Also referred as over-the-counter ovens, these will keep the stylish decor of your kitchen intact without looking like an add-on.
  • Integrated into modular kitchen cabinetry
  • Maintains the decor of your kitchen 
Microwave Oven Parts and Functions:

 
Microwave oven parts and components are usually those that make this popular household appliance work efficiently. The oven is a box like structure made of metal having a front opening built in which has a door. One side on the door has hinges and the other side includes a latch. Behind the see-through door is a mesh which helps in the representation of the microwaves. The construction of the latch within the device offers a few mini switches with regard to extra security. The unit shut down automatically if ever the door is unlatched. The door will stay close until the appliance will be run. The device cannot be run till the door is closed.
The inside of the microwave oven is named cavity. This microwave oven part is constructed of stainlesss steel. After the cable is plugged in and the switch is on, the microwave is able to use. The outside even offers the display and control panel to offer information for what must be accomplished. Right behind this particular control panel is a circuit board that operates this kind of product as well as helps make your instructions appear.
You will find there’s fan inside which sucks in air flow through vents located in the side as well as across the circuit board as soon as the oven is operational. This air is blown from your cooling fins of the magnetron. It then slides out of those cooling fins and also gets ducted past the light and enters the particular cavity by holes positioned in the cavity. Air allows in picking up moisture from the food preparation procedure taking place and guides it out of the oven through exterior vents in microwave oven.
You will find temperature receptors that can detect in case something is too very hot and the product will de-activate automatically if perhaps some thing is certainly bad. The control circuit provides power to the higher voltage transformer. Furthermore, it contains a capacitor and also big diode with its secondary section. This particular microwave oven part helps to secure the microwave oven form to be damaged.
The particular magnetron is one of the essential microwave oven parts and is the source of microwave generation inside the oven. It’s stimulated by using a relay procedure and the microwaves generated are led to the cooking food chamber via a little window.
THE microwave resistant turn table is positioned on to the floor of the cavity to provide rotation to the foods so your foodstuff is cooked equally. This specific turntable is operated with the help of a little knob like structure, that is linked by a belt to some low rpm motor.
The elements as well as circuits of a microwave oven are quite dissimilar to those contained in Televisions and other appliances. They present some complicated as well as exclusive difficulties with regard to technicians as well as technicians. They are usually unique and vary from company to brand name. In case there is any breakdown of microwave oven parts, it is best to obtain authentic spares fitted by just qualified personnel to get basic safety and longer life of the device.
How to use Microwave Oven:

Read the instructions and safety warnings thoroughly. There's a lot of stuff you need to know in that little booklet.
Plug your microwave in. Don't plug too many appliances in at once, or you may cause a power outage.
Set the time that you want to microwave something for.
  • If your microwave has a dial, turn it clockwise until the screen displays the desired time.
  • If your microwave has a number pad, type in the desired number of minutes followed by the desired number of seconds.
  • You may have to press "Cook" on your microwave before the time set will activate the microwave.
Apply your understanding to microwave specific items.

  • Start with Bake a Potato in the Microwave. If you are baking just one or two potatoes, or a sweet potato, reduce the power so the outside doesn't scorch by the time the inside is done.
  • Warm a plate of leftovers at low power.
  • Warm a milky coffee at medium power and check carefully when to stop so the milk retains its goodness.
  • Make s'mores in a microwave for a graphic demonstration of a microwave's power of cooking food through all at once: the marshmallow rapidly becomes extremely large.
  • Cook something big (but not huge, leave plenty of space on the sides, and stack loosely so some microwaves can enter into the core of the pile) at full power. For instance, a few pounds of potatoes to be mashed, piled all together plastic wrap or washed and returned to a plastic bag they came in, at full power. (Try fifteen minutes on high for five pounds.)
  • Microwave chopped-to-size vegetables before frying them to get the inside somewhat soft without having to burn the outside.
  • Make Microwave Popcorn, whether in a ready-made bag or in a covered bowl with a little oil (look around for a recipe). You might not expect from the rest of this article that it would work well, but it does. Follow the directions carefully; stop microwaving sooner rather than later -- it's better to have a mostly-full good bag rather than a full scorchy bag. This generally should be done on full power to make steam to pop the little kernels rather than slowly fizzling the moisture out of them. Try elevating the bag off the microwave floor for more even cooking if you get a lot of uncooked kernels alongside some burnt popcorn.
Understanding Your Microwave
Understand how a microwave oven heats food.

Microwaves penetrate and generate heat at depth within water-bearing food. In contrast, almost all other cooking methods heat the surface only, whether by conduction as in cooking with a fluid such as hot air (roasting), steam (steaming), oil (frying), or water (boiling), or non-penetrating radiation as in broiling. (Convection is merely bulk flow facilitating conduction).
  •  Microwaves do not cook from the "inside out", but do cook thin food essentially all throughout at once, and reduce the depth within thick food to which conduction from the rest of the food must carry heat.
  • Unlike boiling, etc. there is no hot dense fluid to carry heat to the interior of a large pile of food. Don't overstuff the microwave oven, even with somewhat loose items such as a big stack of potatoes.
A microwave generally cannot cook food that does not contain much water, including something that is light and fluffy, well.
  • Don't microwave something that contains little water for more than a minute or so before the microwave has a few minutes to rest, and put a cup of water in the microwave (which will get hot) with it to absorb the otherwise unused microwaves. This will help keep the microwave from overheating and damaging itself with surplus microwaves.
  • Generally, don't expect something that is supposed to dry out in the cooking process, such as a cake, to turn out well unless you use a special microwave-adapted recipe.
Microwaves tend to have many hot and cold spots from "standing waves". A turntable reduces this problem by moving the food through hot and cold spots. Very thin, flat solid food cannot conduct heat through itself rapidly to the cold spots. In some microwaves small or thin items cook better if they are supported above the floor by, for instance, an inverted bowl under a plate.
Understand how heat flows through food

A cooking method heats only the outside of a food item or in a microwave, the outer layers, perhaps an inch, enough to cook a two-inch-wide chunk more or less all at once. The heat must flow through the food to cook the rest.
In a microwave, heat must also flow from better-heated to worse-heated spots.
Water-based food most food, and the only kind that microwaves can cook cannot get hotter than 212 degrees Fahrenheit (100 degrees centigrade) until all of the water in the spot being heated has been boiled away. Applying more heat than sufficient to keep the outside from cooling below that point does not increase the rate at which heat flows into the interior to enable the cooking reactions (and to a very small extent, perhaps, be absorbed by them) by conduction through the watery bulk of the food. It only dries out the outside faster.
You may be familiar with this principle through cooking a steak. One should use high heat only to scorch the surface, then low heat to cook the interior to the desired level of overall doneness without ruining the exterior.
Pressure cookers keep water from boiling until it reaches a higher temperature, and, so, also cook extremely fast. But they are more or less limited to boiling (or, in the case of specialized commercial pressure-fryers for frying chicken, deep frying).
Sometimes it is desirable to cook the food at an even lower heat, to allow the interior to reach the desired temperature and sit at it for a certain period without the outside having to get much warmer. This takes longer because there is a smaller temperature gradient to drive heat flow, but, even with the longer cooking time, can keep the reactions that would overcook the outside at near-boiling temperatures to a minimum.
Consider sous vide. Try showing off with something "sous microwave", then seared, but start simple perhaps by poaching an egg in plastic wrap and be extra careful that anything involving raw meat or otherwise potentially hazardous is cooked through to a temperature sufficient to kill anything in it. Use a meat thermometer at several points. (There is little risk of something new bad developing in food during a microwaving process itself, because that is pretty fast.)
It is very important not to overheat something containing milk, such as hot chocolate, even to boiling because the milk can irreparably separate.
Watery foods, such as watery soups, can cook well at higher heat levels because they carry heat through themselves by convection. (Thick soups will not convect and will instead bubble locally and spit under excessive microwaving power.)
Consequently, turn down the power if microwaving just a few items of food so the outside and hot spots are not overdone by the time the rest is done. Generally, use half power if heating something other than at least a large mugful of watery liquid or a heap of food a few inches high at least; even less--"defrost" setting or one-quarter power for something already cooked and at risk of overcooking such as reheating chicken.
If you have been scorching the outside of items before cooking the inside, just reduce the power at first--you don't necessarily have to increase the cooking time. Remember, the overly-high heat wasn't cooking the food faster, just drying it out.

Understand the side-effects of other cooking methods, and choose to include them if you like.
  • Some cooking methods, such as frying, smoking, or boiling with salt or spices, also add material and thus flavor to the food. Microwaving doesn't add anything, so add all the flavoring (including "liquid smoke", smoke particles collected in a very efficient manner and dissolved in liquid) you like to the food before or after cooking. Add conservatively: only a very small fraction of the medium in which something would otherwise be cooked is actually absorbed into the food.
  • Some cooking methods add water to the food. Some, such as boiling (with water to be discarded) add way too much, so that it leaches out vitamins. Generally all that is needed with items prone to drying out is some plastic wrap with a few holes to prevent pressure buildup, but if something is on the edge of overdrying, add just a little water and cover it.
  • Some cooking methods dry out the outside of the food. Microwaving will liberate steam and re-moisten it, so if a crispy outside is desirable, generally microwave to get the inside mostly done, then cook the outside.
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Silver Price in HYDERABAD - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
HYDERABAD
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.64
10g Rs. 406.35
100g Rs. 4,063.50
1 KG Rs. 40,635
Silver Price in DELHI - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
DELHI
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.48
10g Rs. 404.76
100g Rs. 4,047.60
1 KG Rs. 40,476
Silver Price in MUMBAI - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
MUMBAI
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.42
10g Rs. 404.24
100g Rs. 4,042.40
1 KG Rs. 40,424
Silver Price in CHENNAI - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
CHENNAI
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.51
10g Rs. 405.10
100g Rs. 4,051
1 KG Rs. 40,510
Silver Price in KOLKATA - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
KOLKATA
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.61
10g Rs. 406.12
100g Rs. 4,061.20
1 KG Rs. 40,612
Silver Price in KOCHI - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
KOCHI
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.48
10g Rs. 404.76
100g Rs. 4,047.60
1 KG Rs. 40,476
Silver Price in BANGALORE - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
BANGALORE
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.60
10g Rs. 406.04
100g Rs. 4,060.40
1 KG Rs. 40,604
Silver Price in PUNE - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
PUNE
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.48
10g Rs. 404.76
100g Rs. 4,047.60
1 KG Rs. 40,476
Silver Price in VIJAYAWADA - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
VIJAYAWADA
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.48
10g Rs. 404.76
100g Rs. 4,047.60
1 KG Rs. 40,476
Silver Price in TRICHY - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
TRICHY
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.48
10g Rs. 404.76
100g Rs. 4,047.60
1 KG Rs. 40,476
Silver Price in TRIVANDRUM - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
TRIVANDRUM
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.48
10g Rs. 404.76
100g Rs. 4,047.60
1 KG Rs. 40,476
Silver Price in JAIPUR - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
JAIPUR
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.48
10g Rs. 404.76
100g Rs. 4,047.60
1 KG Rs. 40,476
Silver Price in AHMEDABAD - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
AHMEDABAD
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.48
10g Rs. 404.76
100g Rs. 4,047.60
1 KG Rs. 40,476
Silver Price in VISHAKAPATNAM - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
VISHAKAPATNAM
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.48
10g Rs. 404.76
100g Rs. 4,047.60
1 KG Rs. 40,476
Silver Price in MADURAI - Today
Sat, May 31st, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
MADURAI
Sat, May 31st, 2014
1g Rs. 40.48
10g Rs. 404.76
100g Rs. 4,047.60
1 KG Rs. 40,476

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Mahesh Babu aagadu movie trailer teaser Released

Mahesh Babu aagadu movie trailer teaser Released


The rocking first look poster and the teaser of Mahesh Babu's upcoming film "Aagadu" have been released much to the delight of fans.
Superfans of Babu across the world unveiled the first look of the film on Friday midnight and the teaser was released on Saturday morning on the special occasion of superstar Krishna's (Mahesh's father) birthday.



The first look teaser of 'Aagadu' has been unveiled Today on the eve of Superstar Krishna's birthday. As expected, Mahesh Babu will be seen in a full-length cop role in this movie. New kind of constumes, dialogue delivery and body language has been tried by the powerhouse performer.

The 2-One Liners:
1) Cinemala Prabhavam Jalameeda Entha Undo Teliyadu Gani Punch Dialogue La Prabhavam Gattiga Undi.
2) Prathiodu Pululu, Simhalu, Enugulu, Elakalatho Edava Camparisons, Elaparam Vachestundhi
The second dialogue in the teaser is more like a punch to Pawan Kalyan and the Nandamuri Heroes. One gets the feeling this film is something similar to 'Gabbar Singh', a good cop fighting against the baddies in an entertaining way.

The real difference one would find between the cop films released in the past and 'Aagadu' would be backdrop and locations. Srinu Vytla's taking, KV Guhan's cinematography and SS Thaman's rocking background score were the other highlights. Overall, The teaser is good but nothing great!
Most Awaiting Mahesh babu Aagadu First Look Teaser was released. Mahesh bau rocks with his punch dailouges. For More details Watch Aagadu first look Teaser - See more at: http://www.aptoday.com/videos/aagadu-movie-first-look-trailer.html#sthash.2u4E1wjF.dpuf
Most Awaiting Mahesh babu Aagadu First Look Teaser was released. Mahesh bau rocks with his punch dailouges. For More details Watch Aagadu first look Teaser - See more at: http://www.aptoday.com/videos/aagadu-movie-first-look-trailer.html#sthash.2u4E1wjF.dpuf
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Simple Baby dress Umbrella Dress cutting at Home

Simple Baby dress Umbrella Dress cutting at Home

This is an umbrella cut frock . The name umbrella is because of the umbrella shaped skirt.Lay the fabric you've chosen on a flat work surface. The surface should be able to accept pins and pencil ends being stuck into it, so place a hobby or craft mat, cork board, or similar item, underneath. Ensure that the fabric is sitting flat and is free of any bunching.

Using the length measurement you've chosen, measure this amount along the long edge (horizontal edge) of the fabric. Mark this measurement with fabric marker or a pin.


Using the stitching pattern draw the patterns using paper. First fold the cloth breadthwise then lengthwise, next place the body part stitching pattern and mark the edges and cut them carefully.

Next join the shoulders, then stitch the neck part using cross piece. The next thing to be done is side joints, stitch and join the sides. Cut the center of the back part for the hooks to be stitched.

Next is the body part, keep the pattern on the cloth. The cloth should be folded breadthwise first then lengthwise. In the stitching patter cut and throw the a-e and a-f part and also the part after the big umbrella curve.Next mark the edges and cut them carefully. You can see a umbrella shaped bottom when you unfold the cloth.Stitch and join the bottom to the front part.




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How to cut and stitch a blouse Step by Step in Telugu For beginners Home Made professional touch

How to cut and stitch a blouse Step by Step in Telugu  

The curve on the right is the arm hole while the other curve is neck.First draw a pattern same as the back side then from the top measure 12 inch and draw a straight line. You can see a straight line drawn at a distance of 12 inch from the shoulder. The distance can vary from 12 to 13 inch based on the breast size . A normal women can draw a line at distance of 12" else 13".

Next measure 1/2 inch from the horizontal line and mark it. Likewise measure 1/2 inch above the horizontal line on both the extremes. Now as shown in the above diagram draw a neat curve along the points . I've drawn the curve in blue colour. Next step is to cut along the blue line like the one below. The image below shows the front and the back part pattern together.
Front part is cut into 2 parts. In the first part we have to sew darts then attach the patti part(2nd part) to the front piece.In the above image i've drawn the darts . Those are the places where you have to sew darts.Now let's see how to sew darts using the cloth. Then take the material to stitch blouse. Below is the material i have used. Fold the cloth to the exact breadth size of the pattern once as shown in the figure . Then mark the edges with marking chalk. Next carefully cut the edges without disturbing them. Make sure the neck part is placed on the folded side.

Then 2 small darts have to stitched at the back part straight to the shoulders.

Then the main three darts have to be stitched carefully in the front part. Look at the stitching pattern diagram above for the three main darts. The dart stitched at the bottom should be bigger that the 2 darts at the left and right sides. Darts at the back part and front part are stitched.

Next to the front part , the patti part has to be stitched. After stitching the three main dots , the front part has to be stitched to the patti part. The patti part should have the remaining length so that it equals the back part.Now the patti part is stitched to the main part. See to that both back and front parts are of same length. Then make sure you fold around the bottom line.

Next the front parts have to be joined to the back part. Just do that by stitching the shoulders correctly.

Next sleeve part is cut and attached to the arm. There are 2 options to stitch sleeve, you can join the sides then stitch the sleeve else you can stitch the sleeve and then join the sides. It depends on your comfort level. To cut the sleeve use ur model blouse for size. Just fold the cloth once and place the model sleeve on it, then draw the shape and cut it.After the sleeve part is stitched, the neck crosspeice has to be stitched and then hooks have to be stitched. Finally we finish the complete blouse like this.

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How to cut and stitch a blouse Step by Step in Hindi

 How to cut and stitch a blouse Step by Step in Hindi

Learn How to stitch Sari blouse By step by step the method to stitch a blouse is very easy.

The pattern is useful in stitching a cut blouse.
Lets use a readymade measurement to stitch the blouse (refer above diagram). I have used measurements in centimeter, You can do it with inch measurement.

* chest = 91 cm
* full length = 38 cm
* Across back = 35 cm
* sleeve length = 25 cm

FRONT PART

* A - B = full length = 38 cm
* A-C = arm hole = (chest/4)-4 = (91-4)/4 = 18.7 cm
* C-D = chest loose = (chest/4)+2.5 = (91/4)+2.5 = 25.2 cm
* A-I = front part = chest/3 = 91/3 = 30.3cm
* A-E = shoulder = AB/2 = 35/2 = 17.5 cm
* A-F = Neck Breadth = (chest/12)+1.5 = 9 cm
* A-H = Front Neck = chest/8 = 11.3 cm
* K-B = patti part = full length-front part=7.7 cm
PATTI PART (K-B part in the above diagram)

* A-C = full length = 11 cm
* A-B = patti width
SLEEVE PART

* A-B = sleeve length = (chest/4)+2.5
* A-C = sleeve width = (chest/4)+2.5
* E-D = (chest/4-4)Now let's see how to stitch the sari blouse. Before going to stitch the real material , we'll draw the stitching pattern. I have used chart paper to draw the stitching pattern. If u want to stitch a blouse of your size, take a sample blouse you already have and take the measurements using inch tape. It is nessesary to draw stitching patterns for both front and back side .

BACK PART PATTERN

 

The curve on the right is the arm hole while the other curve is neck.

FRONT PART PATTERN

First draw a pattern same as the back side then from the top measure 12 inch and draw a straight line. You can see a straight line drawn at a distance of 12 inch from the shoulder. The distance can vary from 12 to 13 inch based on the breast size . A normal women can draw a line at distance of 12" else 13".

Next measure 1/2 inch from the horizontal line and mark it. Likewise measure 1/2 inch above the horizontal line on both the extremes. Now as shown in the above diagram draw a neat curve along the points . I've drawn the curve in blue colour. Next step is to cut along the blue line like the one below. The image below shows the front and the back part pattern together.

Front part is cut into 2 parts. In the first part we have to sew darts then attach the patti part(2nd part) to the front piece.
In the above image i've drawn the darts . Those are the places where you have to sew darts.Now let's see how to sew darts using the cloth. Then take the material to stitch blouse. Below is the material i have used. Fold the cloth to the exact breadth size of the pattern once as shown in the figure . Then mark the edges with marking chalk. Next carefully cut the edges without disturbing them. Make sure the neck part is placed on the folded side.
                               After unfolding you can see both sides of the blouse.

Then 2 small darts have to stitched at the back part straight to the shoulders.

Then the main three darts have to be stitched carefully in the front part. Look at the stitching pattern diagram above for the three main darts. The dart stitched at the bottom should be bigger that the 2 darts at the left and right sides. Darts at the back part and front part are stitched.

Next to the front part , the patti part has to be stitched. After stitching the three main dots , the front part has to be stitched to the patti part. The patti part should have the remaining length so that it equals the back part.

Now the patti part is stitched to the main part. See to that both back and front parts are of same length. Then make sure you fold around the bottom line.


Next the front parts have to be joined to the back part. Just do that by stitching the shoulders correctly.

Next sleeve part is cut and attached to the arm. There are 2 options to stitch sleeve, you can join the sides then stitch the sleeve else you can stitch the sleeve and then join the sides. It depends on your comfort level. To cut the sleeve use ur model blouse for size. Just fold the cloth once and place the model sleeve on it, then draw the shape and cut it.

After the sleeve part is stitched, the neck crosspeice has to be stitched and then hooks have to be stitched. Finally we finish the complete blouse like thisTry yourself at home.



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Silver Rate today,Silver Price today,Daily Gold and Silver Prices across various cities in India. - Gold Rate In Chennai, Gold Rate in Mumbai, Gold Rate in Delhi, Gold Rate in Kolkata, Gold Rate in Hyderabad, Gold Rate in Bangalore, Gold Rate in Pune, Gold Rate Today, Gold Price Today,Gold Rate in Hyderabad - Updated Daily

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Silver Price in HYDERABAD - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
HYDERABAD
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.26
10g Rs. 402.64
100g Rs. 4,026.40
1 KG Rs. 40,264
Silver Price in DELHI - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
DELHI
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.11
10g Rs. 401.12
100g Rs. 4,011.20
1 KG Rs. 40,112
Silver Price in MUMBAI - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
MUMBAI
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.14
10g Rs. 401.44
100g Rs. 4,014.40
1 KG Rs. 40,144
Silver Price in CHENNAI - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
CHENNAI
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.17
10g Rs. 401.70
100g Rs. 4,017
1 KG Rs. 40,170
Silver Price in KOLKATA - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
KOLKATA
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.23
10g Rs. 402.28
100g Rs. 4,022.80
1 KG Rs. 40,228
Silver Price in KOCHI - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
KOCHI
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.11
10g Rs. 401.12
100g Rs. 4,011.20
1 KG Rs. 40,112
Silver Price in BANGALORE - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
BANGALORE
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.24
10g Rs. 402.42
100g Rs. 4,024.20
1 KG Rs. 40,242
Silver Price in PUNE - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
PUNE
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.11
10g Rs. 401.12
100g Rs. 4,011.20
1 KG Rs. 40,112
Silver Price in VIJAYAWADA - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
VIJAYAWADA
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.11
10g Rs. 401.12
100g Rs. 4,011.20
1 KG Rs. 40,112
Silver Price in TRICHY - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
TRICHY
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.11
10g Rs. 401.12
100g Rs. 4,011.20
1 KG Rs. 40,112
Silver Price in TRIVANDRUM - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
TRIVANDRUM
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.11
10g Rs. 401.12
100g Rs. 4,011.20
1 KG Rs. 40,112
Silver Price in JAIPUR - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
JAIPUR
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.11
10g Rs. 401.12
100g Rs. 4,011.20
1 KG Rs. 40,112
Silver Price in AHMEDABAD - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
AHMEDABAD
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.11
10g Rs. 401.12
100g Rs. 4,011.20
1 KG Rs. 40,112
Silver Price in VISHAKAPATNAM - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
VISHAKAPATNAM
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.11
10g Rs. 401.12
100g Rs. 4,011.20
1 KG Rs. 40,112
Silver Price in MADURAI - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City Bar Price 1 Kilo
MADURAI
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 40.11
10g Rs. 401.12
100g Rs. 4,011.20
1 KG Rs. 40,112

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Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
HYDERABAD
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,592
8g Rs. 20,736
10g Rs. 25,920
100g Rs. 2,59,200
1 KG Rs. 25,92,000
1g Rs. 2,775
8g Rs. 22,200
10g Rs. 27,750
100g Rs. 2,77,500
1 KG Rs. 27,75,000
Gold Rate in DELHI - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
DELHI
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,584
8g Rs. 20,672
10g Rs. 25,840
100g Rs. 2,58,400
1 KG Rs. 25,84,000
1g Rs. 2,767
8g Rs. 22,136
10g Rs. 27,670
100g Rs. 2,76,700
1 KG Rs. 27,67,000
Gold Rate in MUMBAI - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
MUMBAI
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,586
8g Rs. 20,688
10g Rs. 25,860
100g Rs. 2,58,600
1 KG Rs. 25,86,000
1g Rs. 2,768
8g Rs. 22,144
10g Rs. 27,680
100g Rs. 2,76,800
1 KG Rs. 27,68,000
Gold Rate in CHENNAI - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
CHENNAI
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,588
8g Rs. 20,704
10g Rs. 25,880
100g Rs. 2,58,800
1 KG Rs. 25,88,000
1g Rs. 2,770
8g Rs. 22,160
10g Rs. 27,700
100g Rs. 2,77,000
1 KG Rs. 27,70,000
Gold Rate in KOLKATA - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
KOLKATA
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,594
8g Rs. 20,752
10g Rs. 25,940
100g Rs. 2,59,400
1 KG Rs. 25,94,000
1g Rs. 2,778
8g Rs. 22,224
10g Rs. 27,780
100g Rs. 2,77,800
1 KG Rs. 27,78,000
Gold Price in KOCHI - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
(Pure Gold)
KOCHI
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,588
8g Rs. 20,704
10g Rs. 25,880
100g Rs. 2,58,800
1 KG Rs. 25,88,000
1g Rs. 2,770
8g Rs. 22,160
10g Rs. 27,700
100g Rs. 2,77,000
1 KG Rs. 27,70,000
Gold Rate in BANGALORE - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
BANGALORE
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,592
8g Rs. 20,736
10g Rs. 25,920
100g Rs. 2,59,200
1 KG Rs. 25,92,000
1g Rs. 2,775
8g Rs. 22,200
10g Rs. 27,750
100g Rs. 2,77,500
1 KG Rs. 27,75,000
Gold Rate in PUNE - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
PUNE
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,588
8g Rs. 20,704
10g Rs. 25,880
100g Rs. 2,58,800
1 KG Rs. 25,88,000
1g Rs. 2,770
8g Rs. 22,160
10g Rs. 27,700
100g Rs. 2,77,000
1 KG Rs. 27,70,000
Gold Rate in VIJAYAWADA - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
VIJAYAWADA
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,588
8g Rs. 20,704
10g Rs. 25,880
100g Rs. 2,58,800
1 KG Rs. 25,88,000
1g Rs. 2,770
8g Rs. 22,160
10g Rs. 27,700
100g Rs. 2,77,000
1 KG Rs. 27,70,000
Gold Price in TRICHY - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
(Pure Gold)
TRICHY
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,588
8g Rs. 20,704
10g Rs. 25,880
100g Rs. 2,58,800
1 KG Rs. 25,88,000
1g Rs. 2,770
8g Rs. 22,160
10g Rs. 27,700
100g Rs. 2,77,000
1 KG Rs. 27,70,000
Gold Price in TRIVANDRUM - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
(Pure Gold)
TRIVANDRUM
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,588
8g Rs. 20,704
10g Rs. 25,880
100g Rs. 2,58,800
1 KG Rs. 25,88,000
1g Rs. 2,770
8g Rs. 22,160
10g Rs. 27,700
100g Rs. 2,77,000
1 KG Rs. 27,70,000
Gold Price in JAIPUR - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
(Pure Gold)
JAIPUR
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,588
8g Rs. 20,704
10g Rs. 25,880
100g Rs. 2,58,800
1 KG Rs. 25,88,000
1g Rs. 2,770
8g Rs. 22,160
10g Rs. 27,700
100g Rs. 2,77,000
1 KG Rs. 27,70,000
Gold Price in AHMEDABAD - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
(Pure Gold)
AHMEDABAD
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,588
8g Rs. 20,704
10g Rs. 25,880
100g Rs. 2,58,800
1 KG Rs. 25,88,000
1g Rs. 2,770
8g Rs. 22,160
10g Rs. 27,700
100g Rs. 2,77,000
1 KG Rs. 27,70,000
Gold Price in VISHAKAPATNAM - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
(Pure Gold)
VISHAKAPATNAM
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,588
8g Rs. 20,704
10g Rs. 25,880
100g Rs. 2,58,800
1 KG Rs. 25,88,000
1g Rs. 2,770
8g Rs. 22,160
10g Rs. 27,700
100g Rs. 2,77,000
1 KG Rs. 27,70,000
Gold Price in MADURAI - Today
Fri, May 30th, 2014
City 22 Karat 24 Karat
(Pure Gold)
MADURAI
Fri, May 30th, 2014
1g Rs. 2,588
8g Rs. 20,704
10g Rs. 25,880
100g Rs. 2,58,800
1 KG Rs. 25,88,000
1g Rs. 2,770
8g Rs. 22,160
10g Rs. 27,700
100g Rs. 2,77,000
1 KG Rs. 27,70,000

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Maya Angelou Quotes


Maya Angelou Quotes

“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
― Maya Angelou

here is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
― Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
 
“What you're supposed to do when you don't like a thing is change it. If you can't change it, change the way you think about it. Don't complain.”
― Maya Angelou, Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now

“I've learned that no matter what happens, or how bad it seems today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow. I've learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way he/she handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights. I've learned that regardless of your relationship with your parents, you'll miss them when they're gone from your life. I've learned that making a "living" is not the same thing as making a "life." I've learned that life sometimes gives you a second chance. I've learned that you shouldn't go through life with a catcher's mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw something back. I've learned that whenever I decide something with an open heart, I usually make the right decision. I've learned that even when I have pains, I don't have to be one. I've learned that every day you should reach out and touch someone. People love a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the back. I've learned that I still have a lot to learn. I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“When someone shows you who they are believe them; the first time.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“I can be changed by what happens to me. But I refuse to be reduced by it.

(Popular misquote of "You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.")”
― Maya Angelou, Letter to My Daughter
 
“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life's a bitch. You've got to go out and kick ass.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.”
― Maya Angelou, Letter to My Daughter
 
“Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“Courage is the most important of all the virtues because without courage, you can't practice any other virtue consistently.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“I don't trust people who don't love themselves and tell me, 'I love you.' ... There is an African saying which is: Be careful when a naked person offers you a shirt.”
― Maya Angelou

“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style”
― Maya Angelou
 
“I've learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way (s)he handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights.”
― Maya Angelou

“I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“Have enough courage to trust love one more time and always one more time.”
― Maya Angelou

“You can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don’t make money your goal. Instead pursue the things you love doing and then do them so well that people can’t take their eyes off of you.”
― Maya Angelou

“Pretty women wonder where my secret lies.
I'm not cute or built to suit a fashion model's size
But when I start to tell them,
They think I'm telling lies.
I say,
It's in the reach of my arms
The span of my hips,
The stride of my step,
The curl of my lips.
I'm a woman
Phenomenally.
Phenomenal woman,
That's me.”
― Maya Angelou, Phenomenal Woman: Four Poems Celebrating Women

“A woman's heart should be so hidden in God that a man has to seek Him just to find her.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“Ask for what you want and be prepared to get it!”
― Maya Angelou
 
“If I am not good to myself, how can I expect anyone else to be good to me?”
― Maya Angelou
 
“Never make someone a priority when all you are to them is an option.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud.”
― Maya Angelou, Letter to My Daughter
 
“You alone are enough. You have nothing to prove to anybody.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.”
― Maya Angelou

“Stepping onto a brand-new path is difficult, but not more difficult than remaining in a situation, which is not nurturing to the whole woman.”
― Maya Angelou
 
“Everything in the universe has a rhythm, everything dances. ”
― Maya Angelou

“Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his deep and continuing needs, is good for him.”
― Maya Angelou

“The desire to reach for the stars is ambitious. The desire to reach hearts is wise.”
― Maya Angelou

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