Winter is here super early in Boulder Colorado, so im quickly adapting by gearing up in my winter running clothes and introducing a pair of new wireless bluetooth TicPods Free by @Mobvoi - These new ear buds are revolutionary and here’s why: I can effortlessly change songs by tapping on the TicPods Free in my ear. So no worrying about tripping while I look at my phone trying to select my favorite tune. And if you swipe your finger over the TicPods Free down the volume lowers. This is only the beginning. They also come with voice command features to change songs and the volume. For a runner this is incredible!!!!!! They are the most interactive earbuds to date!!
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve lost my momentum because a bad song comes on and I stop to select a new one. Oh and I forgot to mention another amazing feature - as soon as you take the TicPods Free out of your ear they turn off. With other wireless ear buds you have to manually push a button to turn them off which I never do, so most of the time my earbuds are dead before I even get to use them. TicPods turn on and off automatically censoring your ear AND they last 18 hours on battery. So this is way way way more power charge than any other ones on the market. I rarely get this excited about a product, but I have to say I love these to the max!!! .
I am hosting a GIVEAWAY for 4 winners to win a FREE pair of these TICPODS FREE each!!! I will announce FOUR (4) winners after 48 hours and will contact the winners via Direct Message. .
These are the steps to enter the giveaway:
1. LIKE THIS POST
2. FOLLOW @Mobvoi and me (@jjyosh)
3. COMMENT why you should win these TicPods Free
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Dandak Aranya (The jungle of punishment), the location of the turning point in the Ramayana, where Rama, his wife Sita and his brother Lakshmana spent 14 years as exiles traveling around this region. It is a spiritually significant region in India. The plot for the divine objectives of the Hindu Trinity to uproot the rakshasa from the land was formulated here. According to the Ramayana, it was home to many deadly creatures and demons. Surpanakha met Lord Rama's brother Laxmana in this region, where she became infatuated with him.
It covers about 92,200 square kilometres of land, which includes the Abujhmar Hills in the west and the Eastern Ghats in the east, including regions of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Odisha states. It spans about 300 kilometres from north to south and about 500 kilometres from east to west.