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October, 2015

  • 14 October

    Dussehra in the land of Garbha and Dandiya

    Durga Puja in Gujrat

    There is no denying the fact that Navratri in general and the day of Dussehra in particular are one of the biggest days of festivities in India. All around the country, the states try to compete in a visual kind of competition to put up the best show they can for the special day. Every state has its particular kind …

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  • 14 October

    Durga Puja – When Rama invoked the Goddess of Power

    Durga Puja in West Bengal

    A faint fragrance of the flowers lingers in the autumn air. The dryness in the air is perceptible, along with the visual shortening of the days it encompasses. For Bengalis the world over, it is that time of the year again, when they make merry and celebrate the homecoming of Goddess Durga, to her father Himalaya’s home. Durga Puja is …

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September, 2015

  • 22 September

    This Dussehra, take a twist in gifts

    This Dussehra take a twist in gifts

    Dussehra is almost here!! The significance of victory of good over evil in Treta Yug is here to shine upon. Be it Lord Ram taking on Ravan or Goddess Durga slaughtering Mahisasur, the auspicious day vibes poses power, success, worth, wealth and prosperity of the righteous. Celebrated on the month of Ashwin’s tenth day, according to the religious Hindu lunisolar calendar, this year …

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  • 14 September

    Ganesh puja celebrations in different Indian states

    Ganesh Puja or rather Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the biggest celebrations of India every year on the Hindu month of Bhaadrapada. Taking place usually between August and September, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with grandeur all over the country. Starting from the day of Shukla Chaturthi Lord Ganesh is worshipped ardently for ten days till Anant Chaturdashi. Almost everywhere in …

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  • 14 September

    The Essence of Ganesh Chaturthi

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    Ganesh Chaturthi can perhaps be called as the one of the biggest festivals celebrated in India. It takes place on the day of Shukla Chaturthi of the Hindu month of Bhaadrapada and lasts for ten days long. During this span, Lord Ganesh is ardently worshipped by his devotees and on the final day of the celebration, i.e. on the day …

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  • 13 September

    10 unusual gift ideas for Ganesh Chaturthi

    Ganesh Chaturthi

    When it comes to the holy festival of Ganesh Chaturthi, Indians maintain the custom to gift blessings and small tokens of love to their loved ones. Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations last for ten days starting from the day Shukla Chaturthi of the Hindu month of Bhaadrapada. With arrangements having being started at home or pandals, it is of utmost importance to …

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  • 11 September

    10 purchases you need to make before Ganesh Chaturthi

    A festival celebrated in the honour of Lord Ganesh, Ganesh Chaturthi brings happiness and prosperity to the lives of many. Celebrated on the very day of Shukla Chaturthi, the festival lasts for ten days. In these ten days, Lord Ganesh is worshipped in every way possible so as to ensure that he showers all his blessings upon us and that …

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  • 8 September

    Top 10 Unique gift ideas for teacher’s day

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    In every student’s life teacher play a vital and significant role. They not only teach the students but also provide them a right path, encourage them, and protect them. It’s amazing to show how teachers are well appreciated by providing them the most wonderful and superb teacher gifts that are easily available on Amazon.in. Make teacher’s day more memorable by …

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  • 5 September

    Top 7 gifts your teachers expect this Teacher’s Day

    No matter how hard we try, there are certain people in life we may never be able to repay, whether it’s for their deeds or their kindness. A Teacher is one such individual. Teacher’s Day in many countries is a day specially demarcated for the appreciation of teachers. It is the day on which students get together to celebrate and …

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  • 4 September

    Janmashtami :Here Comes The Makhan Chor

    “Krishna”, the name itself has the essence of his very character hidden in its meaning. Krishna in Sanskrit signifies ‘enchanter’ and such goes the mischievous nature of the Lord himself. Janmashthami or gokulashthami is renowned for the celebration of lord Krishna’s birth all over India, especially the North and west. History dates back the origin of this festival to the …

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  • 3 September

    Simple and unique ways to celebrate Teachers day

    A teacher is a role model in a student’s life. They play a vital role in everyone’s life because they show us the right path. They are mentors who provide us wisdom to face every difficult and challenging situation in an easy manner. So to pay a gratitude and tribute to all our teachers, “Teachers Day” is celebrated. There are many …

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  • 3 September

    TEACHERS DAY- a way to show gratitude to teachers

    “Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire. “ W.B. Yeat. Every nation’s growth, development and ultimately future depends on its future generations. And the shaping of the future generations can only happen with proper education. Education to a growing population is as important as sunlight is to a small plant.It defines the growth …

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  • 3 September

    How differently Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated in TamilNadu, UP and Maharashtra

    Janmashtami is the day when Lord Krishna was born and it remains an important day for all Hindus. Dwarka is the place where Lord Krishna was born and the festival is celebrated all over India in a big way. Devotees visit Krishna’s temple and they perform Pujas as part of the celebrations and they seek blessings for a prosperous life. …

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  • 3 September

    What should you gift your loved ones for Janmashtami?

    India has numerous festivals. One of them is Janmashtami. It is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna. This year, it will be celebrated on 5th of September. Many events are organized throughout the country in almost every temple in the form of plays and worships. Markets are very crowded as people are buying decorative items and other important stuff. …

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  • 3 September

    10 Janmashtami Unusual Gift Ideas

    Janmashtami is a day of celebrating Lord Krishna’s birthday. So it is the right time to rejoice in the glory of Lord Krishna and remember him and his achievements. You can share the teachings of Lord Krishna with the near and dear and also give them your warm wishes. To make this festival more pleasurable, send gifts to your dear …

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