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According To Scientists, This Woman Has The Most Perfect Figure In The World

We believe that every woman in this world is beautiful. But, the scientists of Texas University, revealed in 2016 that Kelly Brook is the world’s most perfect woman.

 

After doing an extensive research they found that Rochester born model, now 33, has the “perfect figure”. That perfect woman has a height of 1.68 and measures 99-63-91 – that’s bust, weight and hips. And no surgery is allowed.

 

The Curacao Chronicle fashion editors also had their say on this research. This is what they said: “The conclusion of these scholars from the University of Texas, surprised the public, because although it is known that the beauty and perfection are completely cultural and certainly arbitrary concepts, parameters of fashion, the pressure of advertisements and models TV, have always shown a completely different concept of perfection.

“Furthermore, this concept has led women to feel bad about themselves and even eating disorders looking for that unreachable and unhealthy ideal.

“At the conclusion that Kelly Brook is perfect for science, the research took into account body measurements, age, face, lips, nose and hair. The model has stated many times that she had suffered because of her body.”

Here are some of the pictures of Kelly Brooks that you must see and decide if you are agree with that research or not

 

 

 

 

 

 

Navratri And The Significance Of Its 9 Colours

 

Navratri is celebrated in the glory of Goddess Durga or Shakti , the greatest supreme feminine power.Sharad Navratri also known as Maha Navratri began on 21 September 2017.People perform fasts, offer prayers and Prasad to please Goddess Durga; Amongst  the various rituals of Navratri  practiced, another  tradition is followed  by women of Gujarat and Maharashtra where they dress in beautiful attire as per the special Navratri colours dedicated to the nine forms of Goddess Durga with different colours dedicated to each day.

The people who are observing  fast do not consume from cereals, non-vegetarian food and alcohol. They prepare their daily meals with ingredients like singhara atta, buckwheat flour, sabudana, fresh fruits, sendha namak and samak ke chaawal.Also those who are not observing fasts tend to consume all vegetarian diet.


Each day, and each colour, is dedicated to a form of the goddess Durga :

Day 1: Red. This depicts the form Shailputri, with red representing action and vigour.

Day 2: Royal blue. This day is dedicated to Brahmacharini, a blissful figure who is filled with calmness and happiness.

Day 3: Yellow. This colour represents the beauty and grace of the brave and tranquil Chandraghanta.

Day 4: Green. The fourth day is dedicated to Kushmunda, who created the universe and filled it with vegetation, hence the green colour.

Day 5: Grey. This colour symbolises Skandmata, the gods’ commander in the war against demons.

Day 6: Orange. This day is dedicated to Katyayani, a courageous figure who dresses in orange.

Day 7: White. The seventh day is dedicated to Kalratri, the fiercest form of the goddess who dresses in white, the colour of peace and prayer.

Day 8: Pink. Denoting hope and a fresh start, pink the colour of Mahagauri, known for her intelligence and calmness.

Day 9: Sky blue. The final day is all about Siddhidatri, a supernatural healer whose colour represents the beauty of nature.