Can you answer this? Why do we exist?

Why we are unhappy, how can we be happy?

Let’s think

In this universe of at least 91 billion light years in size and a life span of 13 billion years; what is the existence of you me or any other human? What we have achieved in our short span of existence? Why we classifies ourselves in classes of high, low and medium; Rich or Poor; White or Black; Successful and unsuccessful?

 

Why we regret for the things we couldn’t achieved which others have done.
Why we starve for the things that are not our needs and just a illusion which we created for ourselves
If you’re a person who thinks that you failed in achieving score in your school, earning money in business, achieving a job you wished for, making the relationship with someone you love? think for once;  in this billions of light year sized universe where do you exist now or where you can exist once you achieve your goal?

 

Human existence is million times less than the size of an atom. Can you believe it?

What an atom for us is similar to 1/ millions of atom sized human for the universe

 

Let’s make it factual by simple mathematics

 

 

Existence of humans in the universe

 

One Light Year 9,461,000,000,000.00 km
Size of Earth 40,075.00 km
Size of observable universe 91 Billion light years
Size of Universe in km 860,951,000,000,000,000,000,000.00 Km
Existence of Earth in Universe 0.000,000,000,000,000,000,047 km
Diameter of Largest Country (Russia) 6,000.00 km
Existence of Largest County on Earth in Universe 0.0,000,000,000,000,000,000,070 km
Average size of human in km 0.0,018 km
Existence of one Human on Earth 0.000,000,046 km
Existence of one Human in Universe* 0.000,000,000,000,0000,000,000,000,021 km
Size of Atom* 0.000,000,000,000,001 km

 

  • Compare the size of human in universe with an atom to us

 

Now tell yourself what you live or die for? For the unrealistic happiness of world or for the gift that nature given us in form of Life…

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Why we question God

Some says it’s the creator, some says he is the hope
Some say it’s the one from whom all the things in universe is born
Some says he is just a state of mind

Believe it or not, whenever a person is in trouble he stays alive till he have hope.
When that person is drowning is soul less body; he fight for the hope within him

So is god really there; listening each and every of us; Billions of humans (& his other creations) or he has just automated everyone to perform his part in this grand life simulator.
Why he made everyone of us to question it’s creator?
Why he didn’t left the space blank for our reasoning?

 

Isn’t it the hope is ultimate fuel for achievements, happiness, dare, courage, dedication?
Isn’t the God just an expression of hope to hold on?

 

That’s why i never walk away from god, so i can have an ultimate reason for holding on the courage to achieve what we wish; even in our greatest troubles.
Because I know, he is with me, still there is hope inside me, still i am capable to achieve what i want…

 

Hope always be there with me…

ISIS -Timeline Till ’16

Timeline:
2004 – Abu Musab al-Zarqawi establishes al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI).
2006 – Under al-Zarqawi, al Qaeda in Iraq tries to ignite a sectarian war against the majority Shia community.

June 7, 2006 – Al-Zarqawi is killed in a US strike. Abu Ayyub al-Masri, also known as Abu Hamza al-Muhajer, takes his place as leader of AQI.

October 2006 – AQI leader Abu Ayyub al-Masri announces the creation of Islamic State of Iraq (ISI), and establishes Abu Omar al-Baghdadi as its leader.

April 2010 – Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi becomes leader of ISI after Abu Omar al-Baghdadi and Abu Ayyub al-Masri are killed in a joint US-Iraqi operation.

April 2013 – ISI declares its absorption of an al Qaeda-backed militant group in Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra, also known as the al-Nusra Front. Al-Baghdadi says that his group will now be known as Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS). Al-Nusra Front leader Abu Mohammed al-Jawlani rejects ISIS’s attempt to merge with the group.
January 2014 – ISIS takes control of Falluja.
February 3, 2014 – Al Qaeda renounces ties to ISIS after months of infighting between al-Nusra Front and ISIS.
May 2014 – ISIS kidnaps more than 140 Kurdish schoolboys in Syria, forcing them to take lessons in radical Islamic theology, according to London-based monitoring group Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
June 9-10, 2014 – Monday night into Tuesday, militants seize Mosul’s airport, its TV stations and the governor’s office. ISIS frees up to 1,000 prisoners.
June 10-11, 2014 – ISIS takes control of Mosul and Tikrit.
June 20, 2014 – The United Nations announces that more than one million Iraqis have been displaced.
June 21, 2014 – ISIS takes control of Al-Qaim, a town on the border with Syria, as well as three other Iraqi towns.
June 28, 2014 – Iraqi Kurdistan restricts border crossings into the region for refugees.
June 29, 2014 – ISIS announces the creation of a caliphate (Islamic state) that erases all state borders, making al-Baghdadi the self-declared authority over the world’s estimated 1.5 billion Muslims. The group also announces a name change to the Islamic State (IS).
June 30, 2014 – The United Nations announces that an estimated 1.2 million Iraqis have been forced from their homes.
June 30, 2014 – The Pentagon announces the United States is sending an additional 300 troops to Iraq, bringing the total US forces in Iraq to nearly 800. Troops and military advisers are sent to Iraq to support Iraqi security forces and help protect the US Embassy and the airport in Baghdad.
July 2014 – ISIS takes control of Syria’s largest oilfield and seizes a gas field in the Homs Province, storming the facility and killing dozens of workers. Militants conquer a 90-mile stretch of Syrian towns, from Deir Ezzor to the Iraq border. In Mosul, they blow up Jonah’s tomb, a holy site dating back to the 8th century BC.
August 6, 2014 – ISIS fighters attack the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, home of a religious minority group called the Yazidis. A Yazidi lawmaker says that 500 men have been killed, 70 children have died of thirst and women are being sold into slavery. More than 30,000 families are stranded in the Sinjar Mountains.
August 8, 2014 – Two US F/A-18 jet fighters bomb ISIS artillery units in Iraq. President Barack Obama has authorized “targeted airstrikes” if needed to protect US personnel from fighters with ISIS. The US military also could use airstrikes to prevent what officials warn could be a genocide of minority groups by the ISIS fighters.
August 19, 2014 – In a video posted on YouTube, US journalist James Foley, missing in Syria since 2012, is decapitated by ISIS militants. The militants then threaten the life of another captured US journalist, believed to be Steven Sotloff.
September 2, 2014 – ISIS releases a video showing the beheading of US journalist Steven Sotloff. Sotloff’s apparent executioner speaks in the same British accent as the man who purportedly killed Foley.
September 11, 2014 – The CIA announces that the number of people fighting for ISIS may be more than three times the previous estimates.
September 13, 2014 – ISIS militants post video on a website associated with the group, showing the apparent execution of British aid worker David Haines. This makes him the third Western captive to be killed by the Islamist extremist group in a single month. At the end of the video, another British captive, Alan Henning, is shown and apparently threatened.
September 23, 2014 – The United States carries out airstrikes against ISIS.
October 3, 2014 – ISIS releases a video showing the apparent beheading of hostage Alan Henning. In the same video, the group threatens the life of American aid worker Peter Kassig, also known as Abdul-Rahman Kassig.
November 3, 2014 – The Iraqi government announces ISIS militants have killed 322 members of the Albu Minr tribe in a recent series of executions.
November 14, 2014 – The UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria concludes that ISIS has committed war crimes and crimes against humanity.
November 16, 2014 – ISIS militants claim to have beheaded American hostage Peter Kassig in a video published to the Internet. Peter Kassig, also known as Abdul-Rahman Kassig, is the fifth Westerner whom ISIS claims to have beheaded via video messages.
January 17, 2015 – According to an Iraqi Kurdistan official, ISIS has released about 250 Yazidis. Many are children and the elderly.
January 20, 2015 – ISIS demands $200 million from Japan in exchange for the lives of two Japanese hostages, Kenji Goto and Haruna Yukawa.
January 22, 2015 – US diplomatic officials say that coalition airstrikes have killed an estimated 6,000 ISIS fighters to date, including half of the top command of the terror group. US intelligence officials estimate that ISIS still has 9,000 to 18,000 fighters and thousands of sympathizers.
January 24, 2015 – An ISIS supporter posts an online video of hostage Kenji Goto, holding a photo of beheaded hostage Haruna Yukawa. The video includes a demand for the release of terror suspect Sajida al-Rishawi, from Jordan, in exchange for Kenji Goto.
January 31, 2015 – ISIS releases a video online showing the decapitated body of journalist Kenji Goto.
February 3, 2015 – Video and still images posted online by ISIS supporters apparently show Jordanian military pilot Moath al-Kasasbeh being burned alive while confined in a cage.
February 5, 2015 – Jordanian fighter jets carry out airstrikes over Syria, reportedly hitting ISIS training centers and arms and ammunition depots in ISIS’s de facto capital, Raqqa.
February 6, 2015 – In an online post, ISIS claims that Jordanian airstrikes killed American hostage Kayla Jean Mueller. The post contains a picture of a collapsed building, which ISIS claims Mueller was buried beneath. There is no proof of her death.
February 10, 2015 – Kayla Jean Mueller’s family announces she is dead, after receiving confirmation from ISIS, including a photo of her wrapped in a burial shroud.
February 11, 2015 – US President Barack Obama asks Congress to formally authorize use of military force against ISIS.
February 15, 2015 – In an ISIS video, militants appear to behead 21 Egyptian Christians on a Libyan beach. On February 16, Egyptian warplanes stage airstrikes against ISIS targets in Libya in retaliation.
February 22, 2015 – ISIS releases a video that appears to show at least 21 Kurdish Peshmerga fighters in cages paraded down Iraqi streets. The last scene of the video shows them alive.
February 26, 2015 – Jihadi John, the disguised man with a British accent who appears in ISIS videos as the executioner of Western hostages, is identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born Londoner. On the same day, ISIS releases a video of its fighters destroying antiquities at the Mosul Museum.
March 1, 2015 – ISIS releases 19 Christian prisoners from a group of 220 Assyrians captured in northern Syria.
March 4, 2015 – ISIS releases images of a man being thrown off a building in Raqqa, Syria. This is one in at least half a dozen cases in which ISIS has killed a man for allegedly being homosexual.
March 7, 2015 – In an audio message purportedly from Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau, the Nigeria-based radical Islamic group pledges allegiance to ISIS.
March 12, 2015 – In an audio message, a speaker identified as an ISIS spokesman claims the caliphate has expanded to western Africa and that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has accepted Boko Haram’s pledge of allegiance. On the same day, Iraqi forces retake most of Tikrit from ISIS, and ISIS blows up the Iraqi army headquarters north of Ramadi, killing at least 40 Iraqi soldiers.
April 1, 2015 – Iraqi forces, aided by Shiite militiamen, take control of the northern city of Tikrit from ISIS.
April 8, 2015 – According to Iraqi Kurdistan officials, ISIS releases more than 200 Yazidi women and children, as well as the ill or elderly.
April 19, 2015 – The terror network’s media arm releases a video of ISIS operatives beheading two groups of prisoners, including 30 Ethiopian citizens, at different locations in Libya.
May 16, 2015 – A US Special Operations raid in Syria results in the killing of a key ISIS figure and the capture of his wife. US officials say the raid yields significant intelligence on ISIS’s structure and communications.
May 17, 2015 – ISIS seizes control of Ramadi, the largest city in western Iraq, after government security forces pull out of a military base.
May 21, 2015 – ISIS takes control of Palmyra, a 2,000-year old city in the Syrian desert. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, it was the last Syria-Iraq border crossing under control of Syrian troops.
June 1, 2015 – During a speech, Gen. Hawk Carlisle describes how the US military uses social media as a tool to track militants. Carlisle says that an ISIS member posted a selfie on social media, revealing a command post. Within 22 hours, the US military was able to identify the target and perform airstrikes, destroying the compound.
June 14, 2015 – A British teen, Talha Asmal, is reportedly one of four ISIS suicide bombers who attack the headquarters of a Shia militia group in Iraq, killing at least 11. Before the bombing, ISIS posted photos of Asmal, 17, posing next to their black flag on social media. According to the BBC, Asmal left England in March to join the Islamic fundamentalists.
June 19, 2015 – The State Department issues its annual terrorism report, declaring that ISIS is becoming a greater threat than al Qaeda. The frequency and savagery of ISIS attacks are alarming, according to the report.
June 24, 2015 – The Syrian government reports that ISIS militants have destroyed two Muslim holy sites in Palmyra. The group attacked a 500-year-old shrine and a tomb where a descendent of the Prophet Mohammed’s cousin was reportedly buried.
June 26, 2015 – A gunman kills at least 38 people at a beachfront Tunisian hotel, and a bomb kills at least 27 people at a mosque in Kuwait. ISIS claims responsibility for the attacks.
July 1, 2015 – ISIS launches simultaneous attacks on five Egyptian military checkpoints, reportedly killing 17 Egyptian soldiers and injuring 30 others. According to the Egyptian military, 100 terrorists are killed in the fighting.
July 4, 2015 – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports it has received a video showing ISIS militants executing 25 captives in the Syrian city of Palmyra.
July 17, 2015 – As Iraqi civilians celebrate Eid al-Fitr, a holiday marking the end of the fast for Ramadan, ISIS detonates an ice truck in a crowded marketplace in Khan Bani Saad, killing at least 120 people and wounding at least 140 more.
July 2015 – According to IHS Jane’s, the territory controlled by ISIS saw a 9.4% reduction in the first six months of 2015, and is now approximately 32,000 square miles.
August 2015 – ISIS destroys antiquities in the historic city of Palmyra in Syria, including the nearly 2,000-year-old Temple of Baalshami. UNESCO, the UN’s cultural organization, calls the destruction of the temple a “war crime.”
November 12, 2015 – The Pentagon announces that a remote control drone strike targeting Islamist militant Mohammed Emwazi, also known as “Jihadi John,” struck a vehicle that Emwazi was seen getting into. The strike took place in Raqqa, Syria, the de facto ISIS capital. ISIS later confirms the death of “Jihadi John.”
November 12, 2015 – Two suicide bombs hit the Bourj al-Barajneh district of southern Beirut, killing over 40 people and wounding hundreds. ISIS claims responsibility for the attack stating that the attackers had arrived in Lebanon from Syria two days before.
November 13, 2015 – After a two-day battle, the Peshmerga Iraqi Kurdish military force declares victory in liberating the Iraqi town of Sinjar from ISIS. The battle was backed by the US coalition air power.
November 13, 2015 – Three teams of gun-wielding ISIS suicide bombers hit six locations around Paris, killing at least 129 people and wounding hundreds.
December 10, 2015 – A spokesman for the US-led coalition confirms that ISIS Finance Minister Abu Saleh was killed in an airstrike in late November in Iraq.
December 28, 2015 – Iraqi troops retake the city of Ramadi from ISIS and raise the Iraqi flag on top of the government compound in the city’s center, according to an Iraqi military spokesman.
January 24, 2016 – ISIS releases a video that purports to show final messages from the Paris attackers.
February 21, 2016 – Multiple attacks in Homs and southern Damascus kill at least 122 and injure scores, according to Syria’s state-run SANA news agency. ISIS claims responsibility for the attacks.
March 22, 2016 – Attacks on the airport and a subway station in Brussels, Belgium kill more than 30 people and wound about 270 more. ISIS claims its “fighters” launched the attacks.
March 25, 2016 – The Pentagon confirms that US military forces have killed ISIS’ finance minister, Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli, whom many analysts consider the group’s No. 2 leader. His death took place within the last two days in Syria, the officials said. While Defense Secretary Ash Carter would not give details on the operation, another US official told CNN that special operations forces intended to capture al-Qaduli alive, but the plan was modified at the last moment.
June 26, 2016 – A senior Iraqi general announces on state TV that the battle for Falluja is over, as Iraqi troops retook the final ISIS holdout in the city.
June 28, 2016 – At least 44 people die and more than 230 are injured when three attackers armed with firearms and explosives arrive at Turkey’s Istanbul Ataturk Airport in a taxi, then open fire before blowing themselves up. US officials believe the man who directed the three attackers is Akhmed Chatayev, a terrorist from Russia’s North Caucasus region and a well-known ISIS lieutenant.
July 1-2, 2016 – Attackers invade the Holey Artisan Bakery cafe in a diplomatic enclave of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Gunmen kill 20 hostages and two police officers before authorities raid the restaurant and end the nearly 11-hour standoff. ISIS claims responsibility for the attack, but Bangladeshi officials say the attack was carried out by homegrown militants. US officials focus on ISIS as the perpetrator after photos purportedly showing the inside of the cafe and dead hostages are posted on an ISIS-affiliated website.
July 3, 2016 – A suicide car bomb detonates in a busy shopping district in Baghdad, killing at least 292 people and injuring another 200. It is the deadliest single attack in Iraq since 2003. ISIS claims responsibility for the attack.
August 30, 2016 – According to a statement from the terror group and its Amaq news agency, ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammad al-Adnani is killed in the area of Aleppo, Syria. Without confirming al-Adnani’s death, the Pentagon confirms that coalition forces conducted an airstrike in al Bab, Syria, targeting him.
September 16, 2016 – Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook says a US air strike targeted and killed Wael Adel Salman, aka Abu Muhammed Furqan, ISIS’s chief spokesman, just days after killing his predecessor. Salman was the ISIS “minister of information” and responsible for overseeing the production of “terrorist propaganda videos showing torture and executions,” Cook says.
October 17, 2016 – Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi makes a televised statement announcing the start of the mission to retake the key city of Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city and the last remaining ISIS stronghold. A diverse coalition of about 100,000 troops will play a role in the operation, though some will have a holding role behind the front lines or other support roles. The force includes about 54,000 members of the Iraqi Security Forces, 40,000 Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, 14,000 members of paramilitary units — 9,000 Sunni fighters and 5,000 from other minorities including Christians, Turkmen and Yazidis — and approximately 500 US service members who will serve mainly in a logistical capacity. US military officials have estimated up to 5,000 ISIS fighters are in Mosul, but the terror group’s supporters say there are 7,000.

 

Courtesy- CNN Library
Updated 1616 GMT (0016 HKT) November 1, 2016

Incredible! India

One who loves to engage in spirituality for and want to touch the deepest sentiments of life, want a satisfaction of relaxed mind, want to connect to original himself again, then this writing is worth reading.

 

For this experience you should visit India at least once in your lifetime
Here is what make India more than a country and bit lesser than a continent.

-India is a vibrant place which is made up of all the elements of earth like terrains, ice mountains, rivers, ocean, desert, plains, forests, heavy   rainfall zone with a mystic energy in atmosphere.
– Home for 1,349,493,956 (1.34 billion) – ⅓ of all humans live here.
– 325 languages which are used for in-group communication by 5,633 Indian communities
-There are 4 major seasons:  Summer, Rainy season, Autumn season, Winter season
– 4k year old Religion ‘Sanatan” or Hinduism makes it most rich nation of spirituality with other minor religions makes it a hub of world religions

Hinduism (79.8%)
Islam (14.2%)
Christianity (2.3%)
Sikhism (1.7%)
Buddhism (0.7%)
Jainism (0.4%)
Other religions (0.7%)

 

Historically it’s the place of one of the world’s oldest civilization; The Indus Valley Civilisation (IVC)

The Indus Valley Civilisation (IVC) was a Bronze Age civilisation (3300–1300 BCE; mature period 2600–1600 BCE) mainly in the northwestern regions of the South Asia, extending from what today is northeast Afghanistan to Pakistan and northwest India. Along with ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia it was one of three early civilisations of the Old World, and of the three, the most widespread. It flourished in the basins of the Indus River, which flows through the length of Pakistan, and along a system of perennial, mostly monsoon-fed, rivers that once coursed in the vicinity of the seasonal Ghaggar-Hakra river in northwest India and eastern Pakistan.

 

Historic Monuments like ; Taj Mahal, Qutab Minar, India Gate, Red Fort, Meenakshi Temple, Charminar, Mysore Palace, Hawa Mahal, Lotus Temple, Victoria Memorial, Gol Gumbaz, Golden Temple.

 

There are a lot of wonderful things to learned which are not covered by me and obviously can not be written in words.
Share your experience if you have ever been in India!

Muslim Ban – Why?

Donald John Trump

Today we are analyzing Mr. Donald John Trump as a President of United States

1st of all let’s write down 2 simple and important facts about Donald Trump

-Donald John Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States on November 8, 2016
-Donald Trump is a businessman, philanthropist and Pro American Speaker.
Now the reason why Donald Trump can be best president of United States in 21st Century.

Donald Trump is a core businessman with straight forward thinking.
Because Trump not owns a Split Personality of business mind and political mind concurrently, every common man can understand his policies and it’s results

In My Personal opinion every US citizen should support him for this presidential period as he is an an elected president based on majority of the US citizen’s vote count.
By respecting Mr. Trump, you can show the respect to the choice of other US nationals.

Rather than criticizing him we should support him after all decision made by him against a few Muslim countries is the honest ever decision made by any political person which is obviously for the benefit and security of American peoples and there is absolutely no personal interest in this.

How this ban can be beneficial?
I totally agree that banning a few Muslim Countries do not mean that all Muslim terrorists will be prevented by entering US borders, but infact it will create a clear cut message to other powerful Muslim countries that the same action against them can be taken if the do not control the terrorist export cells like Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Afghanistan Pakistan etc…

Why Criticize this ban?
The main reason for criticism of this ban seems from the people who mainly talks about the equality of humans without enforcing the religious of ethnicity which is absolutely best humanly thing that can be thought.

What you think about this executive order, share your opinion in comment section…
Disclaimer: above stated words are totally my personal opinion and not intended to hurt anyone’s sentiment and not for the purpose of debate.

Is the Human deserves to be called so?

​Mankind’s cruelty towards the animals can be justified just by a few words including but not limited to National Traditions, Civilization, Society norms.. etc and sometimes it becomes very easy to justify it as it’s being done for fun sake…  fun for human beings to torment the animal for their pleasure…
Like the Jallikattu the tradition of Indian State named Tamil Nadu decribed as Tamil Tradition which is a sport of cruelty towards bull for fun sake of Tamilians. 

What if we just reverse the order? What if we place that Human being in place of frightened bull in bunch of surrounding people for a torment in name of sport that is used by him to do the same with a bull in surrounding of peoples…

Is this cruelty toward a living animal for the fun is the path suggested by the creator God to go to the heavens?

I personally don’t have answer for this? Do you?

Foodpanda.in order online food in India

When it comes to India, “Ordering Online”  comes to a question of reliability, as Indian history is full of betrayals and frauds, which directly kicks the minds of investors in India for eCommerce Stabilization.

But as we consider “Ordering food online” It seems a great approcah towards Mordernization of India.

In India ‘Foodpanda.in” is an revolutionary Idea which came in existence in Mid 2012, now became the largest online food ordering site as per the engagement which provided amazing marketing techniques in this feild and stabilize it self to one of the great emerging eCommerce portal of India by beating their old rivals in India.

However from a consumer prospect there are both Pros & Cons of this food ordering System wiz.

Pros…______________________________________________________

1. Now you need not to call restaurant directly and you need not to be on hold for several minutes to place your order and even need not to save the rstaurant’s menu card at your home.. Foodpanda will do it all on their website.

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2. In Just 2 to 5 minutes you can order your food directly with Foodpanda.in without hassile of calling to restaurant; by visiting foodpanda.in or their App.

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3. For the same dish you want to order you need not to call every restaurant for their price structure, you can directly compare best for you on foodpanda.in

4.  As, Foodpanda.in, is funded by Rocket Internet (World’s largest venture startup accelerator), they have a lot to offer to you like movie & discount vouchers, special discounts, great contests, 100dreds of deals and many more as compare to Individual restaurants.

Cons…_____________________________________________________

1. As Foodpanda.in is a 3rd party, they have no role in the quality of food & delivery time, so if your food is good and well on time thanks to restaurant & Vice versa

However, thanks to Foodpanda.in for making

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the restaurant; deliver your food well on time and delicious for their reputation.

2. Foodpanda.in is providing Platform for ordering the food, they aren’t delivering itself and hence for any trouble related to delivery of food is totally responsiblity of restaurant from which you ordered food; however Foodpanda.in will take necessary steps to help you out in trouble and to forward your reviews to restaurant for better service.

3. Price Difference of Products; The Menu shared on Foodpanda.in is exactly the same provided by the restaurant’s personnel, but there may be chance of price revisions by restaurant suddenly with no intimation to Foodpanda.in and hence variable bill; but definetively Foodpanda.in inform you in any case price get changed and you can replace your order or modify it accordingly.

Overall:-__________________________________________________________

Foodpanda.in is an excellent opton for foodies like you & me; with a few simple clicks & great deals and discounts; food ordering from Foodpanda.in is now a fun these days.

So, Visit Foodpanda.in get your 1st order delivered at your home and enjoy your food…