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Fashion Trends to Look Your Best in this Festive Season

It's a time to pause, to relook, to rethink - It's the time to revive the spirits. This year festivities will not be like...

Perfect Hairstyle Tips for the Festive Celebrations

It's Durga Puja time! It's the most awaited period of the year for many of us. And if you are among the ones who...

This Festive Season Tantalize Your Taste Buds With ‘Navratri Thali’

As one is ready to welcome Goddess Durga with immense joy and celebration, the auspicious and divine days of Navratris are here. If you're in...

Kolkata’s Customary Durga Puja to Restrict Visitors

Durga Puja celebrations in Kolkata's traditional aristocratic families has been a major attraction over the years for thousands of pandal-hoppers. The ostentatious display of...

Communal Harmony, Anti-terrorism Highlight of Kolkata’s Durga Puja Immersion Carnival

Kolkata, Oct 4, 2017: Highlighting communal harmony, railing against terrorism and bringing diverse themes like the intricacies of human mind and the spirit of freedom...

Kolkata Showcases in Top 100 Global Travel Destinations

Oct 2, 2017: Kolkata is featured in the top 100 travel destinations globally alongside other Indian cities namely, Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, and Bengaluru, as indicated...

Navratri 5th Day, The Tales That Speaks About Mother-Son Relationship

New Delhi, September 25, 2017: Goddess Skandamata shows up during the 5th day of the Hindu festival Navratri. The 5th form of Goddess Durga and...

Durga Puja in Bengal to showcase its cross-cultural and trans-boundary influences

Durga Puja in West Bengal has evolved into a platform of its cross-cultural and trans-boundary influences  Months of protests and violence in the...

Devotees Offer Prayers to Goddess Durga and Observe Fast for Nine Divine Nights, Starting Today

New Delhi, September 21, 2017: Millions of Hindus prayers in temples and observe a fast across India, as the nine-night Navratri Hindu festival begins on...

Durga Puja Pandal Decoration Catches Cinema Style, Baahubali Palace Will Be In Cruise This Year In Kolkata

Kolkata, September 20, 2017: Let your Durga Puja travelogue be a medley of cinema, sensitization and emotion this year. Walk through the palace of Mahishmati,...

Line Up of Mouth-watering Kolkata Eateries this Durga Puja

Kolkata, Sep 19, 2017: From traditional local delicacies like fresh river prawns cooked in coconut cream and hilsa in pineapple gravy to international dishes...

This Durga Puja Brings Narratives of Communal Harmony

Kolkata, Sep 15, 2017: For over 200 years, the Nandi family in West Bengal's Hooghly has been feeding Muslim fakirs during the Hindu festival...

Kolkata observes Idol Immersion ceremony as Durga Puja ends, amidst Tight Security

Kolkata, October 13, 2016: Durga Puja in Bengal was over and idol immersion continued in full swing on Thursday after a day's pause on...

West Bengal celebrates Mahanavami, Fourth day of Durga Puja with community Feasts

Kolkata, October 10, 2016: Reflecting the festival spirit of sharing and bonding, people from all walks of life including celebrities relished community feasts at...

Navratri: Why India is celebrating 9-Day Hindu Festival and how it is associated with re-incarnations of Goddess Durga?

October 8, 2016: From 9 days fasting in the north, to worshipping the tools in the south. From parties hosted by Falguni Pathak in the...

William Shakespeare to be celebrated at Kolkata’s five-day Durga Puja festival

Kolkata, Sept 22 2016: Denizens of Kolkata will soak in the Durga Puja festivities in October by celebrating William Shakespeare's life, work and legacy...

Hindus in West Bengal hamlet prohibited from celebrating Durga Puja

Hindu members of Nalhati village of Birbhum district have been prevented from celebrating Durga Puja from past four years.

Muslim father finds humanity among Durga Puja organisers

My appeal to the committees gave me a pleasant surprise in that I was able to collect more than Rs.23,000 towards treatment of my ailing daughter who needs a bone marrow transplant," Nazibul said.

Durga puja in Toronto upholding unity for 43 years.

By Arnab Mitra Toronto: Dominique Lapierre in his book 'City of Joy' mentioned that four things are common to all Bengalis, rasogolla, adda culture, fond...

Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya booked for molestation

Mumbai: Chalte Chalte singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya was booked on charges of rape and molestation on Thursday night at Durga Puja event, an officer said on Friday. The incident...

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