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Eco-Friendly Rakhis in Rajasthan This Raksha Bandhan

The 'Raksha Bandhan' festival this year will be celebrated with local flavour in Rajasthan, as many organisations in the state are following the Prime...

Twitter Unveils New Emoji For Diwali 2019

Twitter on Thursday announced a new emoji allowing its users to control how high the diyas flame burns during Diwali. "In line with our tradition...

Customers Redeem Coupons 40% More During Diwali, Says GrabOn

Diwali comes with a plethora of sale events from various e-commerce portals, big and small. Needless to say, the average Indian shopper spends big...

Diwali 2017: 5 Fun things You can do this Diwali Instead of Bursting Crackers

No crackers this Diwali? No problem.There are other ways to celebrate Diwali 2017 with the same excitement and joy. The ban on crackers...

Get Your Home Festive Ready for Dussehra and Diwali!

New Delhi, September 9, 2017 : With Dussehra and Diwali round the corner, get your home festive ready with thorough cleaning, cushions in silk, chanderi or zari...

Nag Panchami 2020 : Here’s Why Summoning the Serpent God is of Significance in this Hindu Festival

Rich mythological background of Hindu culture believes there exist seven realms of universe below the earth Snakes have a momentous part in holy...

Why Hariyali Teej (Teeyan) is an Emotion for Indians : A Personal Account

- by Dr Bharti Raizada Chicago, July 25, 2017: I was born in a Punjabi family and grew up in Rajasthan, therefore I saw both Rajasthani...

Bhai Dooj: The Hindu Festival celebrates Bond between Brothers and Sisters

November 1, 2016: India is one of the very few countries where the love of brother-sister is celebrated twice a year with such splendor....

Golden Temple illuminated, less Fireworks this year to mark the ‘Bandi Chhor Diwas’ and Diwali

Amritsar, October 30, 2016: The Golden Temple complex, where the holiest of Sikh shrines, 'Harmandar Sahib' is located, was illuminated on Sunday and fireworks...

Thousands throng at Jagannath temple in Puri for Ancestor worship Ritual “Badabadua Daka”

Bhubaneshwar, October 30, 2016: As Indians celebrated Diwali, the festival of lights on Sunday, thousands of people gathered at Jagannath temple in Puri to...

Hindu Festival Chhath Puja gives great message to Society, says PM Narendra Modi

October 30, 2016: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday highlighted the importance of Chhath festival, saying it is the only festival when people worship the...

West Bengal celebrates Kali Puja with Religious Fervour and Gaiety

Kolkata, October 29, 2016: Fireworks lit up the night sky and lakhs of people visited the marquees and famous temples, as West Bengal celebrated...

Diwali is an important part of UK’s National Life, says Britain’s PM Theresa May

October 26, 2016: Diwali has now become a popular festival due to the presence of Indians all across the globe. Also, the fireworks and the...

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation asks Passengers not to carry Fire-crackers on Trains during Diwali

New Delhi, October 23, 2016: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has asked its passengers not to carry fire-crackers and toy-guns while travelling on trains...

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...

Agartala Durga Puja Pandal pays tribute to 19 Indian Army Soldiers martyred in Uri Terrorist Attack

Agartala, October 8, 2016: Departing from the normal, a Durga Puja pandal (marquee) here is paying tribute to the 19 Indian Army soldiers martyred...

How Festival Trash is affecting Cities in India? Here is what Environmentalists have to say!

October 07, 2016: Indian festivals have always been an integral part of our culture. They help us stay connected to our tradition. Every year,...

As Onam festival nears end, Garbage becomes an issue of concern for People in Kerala

There is 25 percent in daily waste collection due to Onam festival NGO, named VIVO is taking personal initiative to cleaning up the...

India celebrates Vishwakarma Puja with religious Fervor: Know its significance in Hinduism!

Sept 17, 2016: Vishwakarma pooja or Vishwakarma Jayanti is a reverence shown to Vishwakarma, a Hindu God and also a divine architect. This year...

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