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September, 2015

  • 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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  • 3 September

    Janmashtami- History and Its Celebrations

    Krishna Janmashtami, also known as Gokulashtami, krishnashtami and many other names or otherwise simply known as Janmashtami, is an occasion celebrated in honor of Hindu deity Lord Krishna’s birth anniversary every year in India for centuries. People celebrate this day with lots of fervor as well as enthusiasm with many Janmashtami activities.As per the Hindu calendar, Janmashtami is celebrated on …

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  • 3 September

    Top 7 purchases you need to make before Janmashtami

    Krishna Janmasthami is just around the corner. But you already know that, since the air has been filled with beautiful devotional songs and slogans such as, “Hathi, Ghoda, Palki. Jai Kanhaiyya Lal ki!” Krishna Janmasthami, also known as Gokulasthami, Krishna Jayanti or sometimes simply Janmasthami, is a major annual festival in India that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. …

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  • 2 September

    What do your teachers expect this teachers day

    Teacher’s day is celebrated for honoring the teachers in shaping the career and minds of the aspirants. Generally, what you are as a person in the society is because of the positive things that are taught by your teachers in the childhood. They inspire and motivate students to reach the vertex. In fact, they are the mentors, pillars of the student’s life and they …

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August, 2015

  • 28 August

    The Top 25 innovative Rakhi ideas

    Raksha bandhan

    It is that time of the year again when we are reminded about the pure and special bond which we share with our brothers and sisters. All around the world brothers and sisters gather to celebrate the ancient and ceremoniously significant festival of Raksha Bandhan. Previously the Rakhi (the main component of Raksha Bandhan) used to be a simple thread, …

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  • 28 August

    Top 20 special gift ideas for your brother this raksha bandhan

    When we talk about Raksha Bandhan, sharing of gifts is a compulsory event that needs to be followed. Though the initial trend was only to accept gifts from brothers after tying Rakhis on their wrists, the trend evolved over the years and now even sisters have to gift a token of their love to the brothers. To aide you in …

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  • 27 August

    Top 20 special gift ideas for your sister this raksha bandhan

    The first thing that comes to your mind when we talk about Raksha Bandhan is how special and unique you can make it for your sister this year. Though gifting her with something is only customary, a gift reflects your love, affection and the time you spent considering for her happiness. A gift is thus the symbol of the togetherness …

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  • 27 August

    Gifts for your sister on raksha bandhan depending on age

    Raksha Bandhan, the festival of love, bond and togetherness, celebrates the sweetest relationship in the world that is shared between a brother and his sister. The festival follows the custom of exchanging gifts between siblings after the ritual of tying the holy Rakhi is completed. While you might get confused in the process of selecting the most appropriate gift for …

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  • 26 August

    How to make Raksha Bandhan 2017 special

    Raksha Bandhan is one of the holiest festivals to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters. The day starts with sisters tying Rakhi (colourful threads) on the wrist of their brothers followed by sharing of gifts between each other. Raksha Bandhan takes place on Shravan Purnima (the last full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravan) and has many …

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