How to create facebook page

Hello friends,
we all use Facebook every day, but do you know that on Facebook we can do more than just talk to our friends, share photos / videos and enter status Facebook is very useful thing.

If you have a business or you have a website, then you can promote your business and website from Facebook for free, that too for free, just by creating a Facebook page.  Facebook Page helps a lot in increasing business and website.

Let’s start….How to create facebook page? To create a page on Facebook, you just have to follow the steps given below.

Step-1 : Login Facebook

First of all login to your Facebook account.

Step-2 : Create Page

After login, click on the menu option on the top right, in this you will get the option of Pages, click on it after which click on Create Page.

Step-3 : Get started

After clicking on Create Page Option, you have to click on Get Start in the next page which will open.

Step-4 : Enter name

Now you have to choose a name for your page that you want to keep and click on Next.

Step-5 : Select option

What you want to do on this page will be asked, click on any one and click on Next.

Step-6 : Category select

Now you will be asked to select the category, you have to select any one category.  After that select Subcategory and click on Next.

Step-7 : Add Website

Now you will be asked to add a website for your page, if you have a website address, then enter it, if not, then click on Skip.

Step-8 : Add Profile Photo

Select a photo from Computer or Mobile for your page from Add A Profile Picture and upload it, then click on the Next button

Step-9 : Add cover photo

Select a cover photo for your page from Add A Cover Photo and upload it and then click on Visit Page.

Facebook page is ready

Did not see how easy it was to make a Facebook page.  In this way, you can also create more than one page.


A small kid in a small village of the country side has woken up, looking up in the east direction where a tremendously powerful and persistent source of energy has already started its journey for the day. Yes, it is the Sun. Solar energy is a source of driving force for all the living organisms on the mother earth.

The Sun is the star at the center of the solar system. The solar system consists of our sun, which is a star, and all that its gravity affects. The planets in our solar system are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

The Sun burns through thermonuclear fusion. It is not on fire, but it is very hot. As the gas in the center heats up, it rises to the surface. There it cools and falls back to the center, where the process starts again.


Our solar system began around 4.5 billion years ago as a huge cloud of gas and dust called a solar nebula. This solar nebula rotated and created a gravity that was so intense that it collapsed.

It continued to spin fast and faster and then flattened into a disk-shape. A majority of the material was pulled into the center to form the sun and its mass accounts for 99.8% of the mass of our entire solar system. Most of the sun is made up of helium and hydrogen.

While we might think of our sun as absolutely huge, it is an average size when compared to other stars. It will eventually run out of energy and begin to die.

Is life possible there?

The Sun itself is not a good place for living things, with its hot, energetic mix of gases and plasma. But the Sun has made life on Earth possible, providing warmth as well as energy that organisms like plants use to form the basis of many food chains.


The surface of the Sun, the photosphere, is a 300-mile-thick (500-kilometer-thick) region, from which most of the Sun’s radiation escapes outward. This is not a solid surface like the surfaces of planets. Instead, this is the outer layer of the gassy star.

We see radiation from the photosphere as sunlight when it reaches Earth about eight minutes after it leaves the Sun. The temperature of the photosphere is about 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit (5,500 degrees Celsius).

Sun facts

  • The Sun is the largest object within our solar system, comprising 99.8% of the system’s mass.
  • The Sun is located at the center of our solar system, and Earth orbits 93 million miles away from it.
  • Though massive, the Sun still isn’t as large as other types of stars. It’s classified as a yellow dwarf star.
  • The Sun’s magnetic field spreads throughout the solar system via the solar wind.

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The Sun is the heart of our solar system and its gravity is what keeps every planet and particle in orbit. This yellow dwarf star is just one of billions like it across the Milky Way galaxy.