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Deepawali, popularly known as Diwali, is the day when good wins on evil. It is the day that comes with happiness, prosperity and hope. Diwali is celebrated in every part of our country. Not only this, many parts of the world use to celebrate it. This 5 days long...
Vijayadashami or Dussehra is celebrated in Whole India with a lot of Joy and Fun. It is celebrated in different ways. While some parts of our country burn the giant effigies of Ravana, his brother and his son, in some parts, the idols of Goddess Durga are immersed in...
Halloooo!!! The festive season is just a month away from now, and the excitement in the air cannot go unnoticed. Several people are midway between their crazy shopping spree already. Women simply cannot get enough of the number and variety of items in the market. Add to that the...
Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most celebrated festivals in India, especially in the Indian state of Maharashtra. During the welcoming season of Ganpati at home, everyone decorates their home, colonies and doorsteps with the Rangoli, flowers and petals. Now, every time you have to think what type of Rangoli...
The festival of Ganeshotsav is approaching soon. The aura and vibes of during the Ganeshotsav is unmatched with any other feeling, isn’t it? Welcoming the Ganpati Bapa Murti into our home with love, happiness and bang makes the entire mohatsav full of joy and happiness around.This Ganeshotsav, you can...
According to Marathi Calendar, Gudi Padwa is a festival of New Year. A festival of new beginnings, people celebrate Gudi Padwa with sweets, new clothes and fireworks. For Gudi Padwa, every Marathi woman must be looking for a perfect outfit to embrace and flaunt their look. There are different Marathi...
Republic day is one of the most important events for any country. On 26th January 2019, Indian constitution is turning 70 years old. In 1950, on the same day, our constitution was made. Indians celebrate this day with huge patriotism and watch the parade at India Gate. Indian Armed...
India is a country with different cultures, religions, languages and communities. More than a nation, it is a celebration. Every other day there is some or the other festival, big deal or not, being celebrated is some or the other part of the country.  From the beginning to the very end of a...
India is a land of different cultures and traditions. Even if you look into every other household you will notice that it has its own traditions and the taste of food also changes from house to house. Growing up in India has given me a wide perspective about people...
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Navratri is around the corner and the pressure to look good amongst the crowd is ever so high. You want to do better and look better than last year and so have been busy looking at plenty of make-up tutorial videos to up your beauty game. You’ve been added...
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Living well without a relationship is like living life without food, just like a human that needs healthy food to keep his body fit and beautiful the same way you need a healthy relationship in of  peace, happiness and joy in your life. Celebrating a feast without any festival...
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26th January is the republic day of India, a national holiday. As it is a holiday, it provides ample opportunities for one to shop and shop one’s heart out. All the major shopping places provide great discounts for this day in order to invoke the nationalistic patriotic feeling among...
Makar Sankranti (Festival of Sun God) is a very auspicious day celebrated during the month of January 14th every year, on which zodiac constellation happens; movement of the sun (entering in Capricorn) is called ‘Sankranti’ and when Sun enters inside the Capricorn is called ‘Makara’. All in all, it...