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Sustainable Weddings Are In And Small Is The New Big

Sustainable weddings are in and small is the new big because a more thoughtful approach impacts the planet positively, says Ambika Gupta, a luxe...

Dhanteras 2020: Everything You Need To Know About The History, Timings And Muhurat

By Shweta Porwal The term ‘Dhanteras’, “Dhan” denotes wealth, and Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this day to gain wealth, prosperity, and well-being. To mark...

Here’s Why Dating Couples Should Engage in Rituals Together

Rituals such as those centered around holidays and other celebrations play an important part in human relationships, say researchers, adding that when dating couples...

Healthy Food Alternatives For Festival Season By Soha Ali Khan

Actress Soha Ali Khan is opting for healthy food alternatives during the Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations, to fully enjoy the festival. The first thing she is...

Independence Day Celebrations at Red Fort Might be Muted This Year

This year the Independence Day celebrations at Red Fort might not be as grand as in the previous years because of the Covid-19 pandemic...

Russia celebrates 75th Victory Day amid pandemic; Large-Scale Celebrations Postponed

Russia on Saturday celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Soviet Union's Victory over Nazi Germany in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War amid restrictions imposed...

Christmas and Controversies

-By Bharti Raizada To my knowledge, no other festival is as universal and controversial as Christmas. As per M-W dictionary, the definition of Christmas is as...

As New Year Comes Around, The World Rings With Celebration

Fireworks displays lit up cities across the world Tuesday as people marked the beginning of 2019. Tens of thousands of people packed New York City's...

A Fiji University Celebrates ‘Hindi Diwas’ with Focus on History of Girmit Laborers

The Girmitiyas’ descendants spread up through the passage of time to influence the Fijian culture and politics On  ‘Hindi Diwas’, that is celebrated...

Ten Special Indian Sweets to Satisfy your Sweet-tooth this Diwali

Diwali is a popular and much celebrated Indian festival Just like any Indian celebration, Diwali is incomplete without people eating sweets Some special...

Hindus, Muslims together celebrate Holi in Bangaldesh

Dhaka:  Bangladeshi Hindus celebrated Holi, the festival of colors, fun and frolic, on Wednesday with fervour. The festival has brought more Hindu people to the...

Parsis celebrate Navroz, the New Year: A Resonance of History, Culture and Tradition

Navroz or Norooz, which translates to “New Day”, is the Persian New Year. The holiday, which dates back 3,000 years, is rooted in Zoroastrianism...

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