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Holi is the festival of colours, love and bond. In India, each festival celebrated full of joy and each festival has its own value If you love to try something different on each occasion then you are in the right place.It's only a...
Lohri is the festival of India has more attention by the Sikhs and Hindus all over the world. This festival has more value and has its own ethics. In India Lohri is celebrated with the 2 motives first is they celebrate the marks the harvest of rabi...
For everyone, last year is to was like a lesson and learn many things.  We have grown up due to this worst corona pandemic and indirectly connected with the good habits especially like cleanness and health-related precautions. For many of us, 2020 year was the biggest life...
Holla guys, Diwali is one of the biggest occasion for everyone and we all celebrate this occasion like a sparkling night and a shiny day. It's time to have a full plate of delicious sweets and happiness. Every year we always think some unique, traditional plan to...
Navratri is a special festival for all Hindus. This is the occasion of 9 nights which completely dedicated to the ma Durga. This event is celebrated like a big occasion in the whole world by Hindus and north Indian people and every night they have organized many...
Rakhi is an Indian occasion where all sisters tie a trade of rakhi on the brother's hand and wishing for his long and happy life. This occasion reminds us unconditional love bond between our siblings and everyone celebrating this bond by tying rakhi on the brother's hand and brother promises to...
India is the country of culture and festivals, we celebrate festivals by gathering all together. For Indians, 15 august is the day of celebration and happiness because its Independence day for all us. Independence Day reminds us that how we got this freedom. This is the important day because it’s a...
For all the Muslims across the world, Eid is one of the biggest festivals that is celebrated with family members and close friends. Eid comes twice a year, namely, Eid-Al-Fitr, which is celebrated after the fasting of one long month in Ramdaan. The second one is Eid-Al-Adha,...
Makara Sankranti is a festival celebrated in the month of January which marks the first day of the sun`s movement into Makara which means Capricorn. It marks the end of the month of midwinter and the start of longer days in which sacred rituals are performed.
Yet again, the festival of colours is here again to meet and greet with your family members and friends and spread the joy of colours amongst each other.Holi is another religious festival that is celebrated by Hindus across the world and after...
Pongal is a harvest festival of South India for the Hindus. The celebration includes decorating cows, the processions and the ritual bathing. It is celebrated to thank the sun god for agricultural abundance. The word “Pongal” is also referred to as a sweet dish made up of...
What is Easter?Easter is a popular and significant festival of the Christians that they celebrate with their family members and close friends. Basically, it is celebrated as Jesus was resurrected from the tomb on the third day after his crucifixion.
Just like the way India celebrates its freedom from British rule as The Independence Day, Republic Day is also celebrated because the constitution of India came into force. The main celebration is done in the capital of India, which is New Delhi at the Rajpath before the President of...
The term Republic Day means that it is considered a “public matter” and not a private matter. Its denotes that the position in power resides in the hands of the people of the country and not among the rulers only. It is attained through democracy and autocracy....
Maha Shivaratri is one of the biggest religious festivals of India. Celebrated with absolute enthusiasm and fervour, the ‘Shiva’ bhakts gather together on the ‘Night of Shiva.’Every year the Maha Shivaratri is celebrated on the 14th day of the dark fortnight, particularly of...
The festival of Lohri is celebrated on 13th of January (according to Bikrami calendar) every year. On this pious occasion, every Indian specifically North Indians encircle around a Lohri Fire and wish for good health and prosperity. Moreover, the people do the...
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