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Monday, 29 February 2016

Saturday, 27 February 2016

Interesting fact

The inscription on the Mirror of Erised reads "Erised stra ehru oyt ube cafru oyt on wohsi" which, when read backwards, means: "I show not your face but your heart's desire".

Interestingly, Erised read backwards is "Desire". Amazing, isn't it?

Friday, 26 February 2016

Hey guys, how are you all doing? Do you know, there are 10 pure breeds of dragons, as mentioned in Fantastic beasts and where to find them. They are — Antipodean Opaleye, the Chinese Fireball ( sometimes known as the lion dragon), Common Welsh Green, the Hebridean Black, the Hungarian Horntail ( said to be the most dangerous), the Norwegian Ridgeback ( remember Baby Norbert?), Peruvian Vipertooth ( the smallest known species of dragon), the Romanian Longhorn, the Swedish Short Snout, and the Ukrainian Ironbelly ( the largest known dragon breed).

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Thursday, 25 February 2016

Hey guys! Do you know today ( 25 February) is the birthday of the Phelps twins, James and Oliver, who played respectively Fred and George Weasley in the Harry Potter movies. They are turning 30 years old.
Happy birthday, James & Oliver!

Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Hey guys! How're you all doing? Do you know which is the most dangerous magical creature? Is it the dragon? No! Is the Acromantula? Nope! It isn't even the basilisk! ( although all three are pretty dangerous). It's actually the Nudu. According to Fantastic beasts and where to find them ( written by Newt Scamander), "This East African beast is arguably the most dangerous in the world. A gigantic leopard that moves silently despite its size and whose breath causes disease virulent enough to eliminate entire villages, it has never yet been subdued by fewer than a hundred skilled wizards working together." Just Wow! Entire villages! Wow!

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Thanks a lot for visiting my blog. Hope you have a nice day ahead.

Monday, 22 February 2016

Hey people, how you all doing? Today's post will have some interesting facts about the history of flying broomsticks.

Did you know –
★ The cushioning charm, which makes flying on broomsticks much more comfortable, was invented by Elliot Smethwyck in 1820.

★ The first ever Atlantic broom crossing was achieved by Jocunda Sykes in 1935, on an Oakshaft 79 broom.

★ The popular Cleansweep broom company was started by the brothers Bob, Bill, and Barnaby Ollerton in 1926.

★ In 1955 Universal Brooms Ltd. introduced the Shooting Star, which is the cheapest racing broom to date.

For more such amazing facts, buy your copy of Quidditch through the ages by Kennilworthy Whisp ( actually it's written by JK Rowling herself )

Sunday, 21 February 2016

Hey guys, as most of you know, today is Alan Rickman's birthday... We will always remember him for bringing to life the character of our beloved Prof. Severus Snape. #alanalwaysday

Hey guys.. How're you all? Thanks for visiting my blog. For the convenience of all my readers, I bring to you, The Quibbler store. Now you can buy your favorite Harry Potter books, movie DVDs, toys and collectibles, right from here. So what are you waiting for? Just follow this link and start shopping! Thanks again for visiting my blog... Hope you all have a great day ahead! :)

Saturday, 20 February 2016

Interesting fact

Alfonso Cuarón wanted Watson, Radcliffe, and Grint to write essays about their characters from a first person point of view. According to Heyman, “they all responded very much in character … Dan wrote a page, Emma wrote 10 and Rupert didn't deliver anything.” Grint told Entertainment Weekly, “I didn't do mine, because I didn't think Ron would. Or that was my excuse. At the time, I was actually quite busy with the real schoolwork involved with my exams, and I just didn't do it. But in the end, it felt right because that's what Ron would have done.” 
Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm sure you're a Potterhead ( for newbies, that's what we Harry Potter fans call ourselves). But wait a minute...Have you watched all the movies but not read the books? The movies are great but the books are a must read for every person who claims to be a Potterhead. So if you haven't read the books, make it a point to read them now! You can buy them from here.

Hope you have a great and Potterific day ahead!! Thanks again for visiting my blog.
Hey guys! How're you all doing. Hope you all are fine. Have you heard about the eighth Harry Potter book, to be released this July? I know, I'm very excited too!! So, pre-order your copy of Harry Potter and the cursed child: Part I & II now. You can see an amazon.com link to your right. Just follow the link and order it from there. Hope you all have a great day ahead. Thank you again for visiting my blog.

Friday, 19 February 2016

Interesting fact

Rowling’s publisher suggested she use initials rather than her real name, “Joanne Rowling,” in order to appeal to male readers. She chose J.K., borrowing the “K” from her grandmother’s name, Kathleen. However, neither “Kathleen” nor “K” is part of her legal name.

Thursday, 18 February 2016

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Thursday, 11 February 2016

Hey guys, welcome to my blog. Hope you like it here. 😄😄  #HarryPotter