I've created one new hub with title named '19 Human Ages',
All are Invited.
Don't take this the wrong way, Shri, but your English grammar is so poor, I didn't want to read past the first sentence. You really should run your work through an English grammar/spell checker before posting.
It's also not recommended you use "netspeak" like u in the text of an article.
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