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February, 2016

  • 6 February

    Valentines Day- A special day for Love

    February is here and as everyone knows it is a month of love and is all about valentines day. Filled with boxes of chocolates, proposals, new couples coming up, gifts and cards, romantic dates, teddy bears and a lot of cheesy and mushiness, valentines day is going to strike us again this year. Every couple is anticipating 14th February plans …

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January, 2016

  • 28 January

    Top 15 Best Picks For Him On His Birthday

    When it comes to birthday gift ideas, some sort of out-of-the-box thinking is important for women, who wish to make the birthday more memorable for their partner or boyfriend. Finding a perfect birthday gift for him can be really tough. It is important that you should choose the one that comes within your budget and also you should also choose …

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  • 28 January

    Top 15 Best Picks For Her On Her Birthday

    With the birthday of your spouse/girlfriend fast approaching, you might already have started planning for unusual gift ideas to enthrall her on her special day. At this juncture being a new husband/boyfriend, you might not be aware of the things that a girl will love a lot and feel highly happy about receiving gifts of that nature from a special …

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  • 1 January

    Top 15 gifts for your girlfriend this New Year

    Don’t you have a date to go with your girlfriend on New Year? We guess the smile on your face says “Yes” but have you thought of buying something for her? After all it’s the New Year and you should try out everything to bring about the precious smile on her face. We know that buying gifts for your girlfriend …

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December, 2015

  • 31 December

    Top 10 gifts ideas for New Year

    New Year Day is all about turning over a new leaf to enter a year of freshness, get closer to the people you love and escape from solitude.It is observed on January 1st according to the Gregorian calendar that is mostly followed all over the world.The day is believed to mark the Feast of the Circumcision of Christ and is …

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  • 30 December

    How to celebrate New Year 2018

    Considered as the most widely celebrated event all over the world, New Year marks the start of a fresh year on January 1st in accordance with the commonly accepted Gregorian calendar. Though the history of the celebration of New Year dates back to 2000 BC in ancient Iraq, the most popular cause of celebrating the day is commemorating the Feast …

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  • 22 December

    20 things you do every Christmas

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    Christmas is all about spreading love among near and dear ones. The evening of the festival is considered special as it has all the elements to bring people close to each other. Although the primary reason is commemorating the birth of Jesus, parties and feasts are integral parts of the festival too. The day has much religious significance to Christians, …

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  • 20 December

    What To Do On Christmas 2018?

    Christmas is observed as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world and observed mostly on 25th of December. Although Christmas is a religiously significant event for Christians, non-Christians and seculars have also adapted the ceremony commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. Observed as a public holiday in almost every corner of the world, 25th December …

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  • 20 December

    Top 20 gifts for your boyfriend this Christmas

    Christmas is the time when winter falls and love blooms. The observation of the festival to commemorate the birth of Jesus is perhaps the only major celebration of the winter season and that is why billions of people take part in it, irrespective of age, gender, nationality or religion. Christmas incorporates the feeling of love and togetherness among friends and …

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  • 20 December

    Why is Christmas celebrated?

    Christmas is one of those auspicious festivals that bring about the joy and merriment of the winter season. It is believed by many that Jesus Christ was born on this day and hence the name of the festival. Churches are adorned with glory on the day of Christmas and feasts are arranged on Christmas Eve. Christmas is truly one of …

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  • 20 December

    Religious significance of Christmas

    Christmas is perhaps one of the most celebrated festivals all over the world with billions of people taking part in the celebrations to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. Considered as a festival of the utmost religious significance among Christians, it starts the season of Twelvetide which, as the name suggests, lasts for twelve long days and events like feasts …

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November, 2015

  • 11 November

    Top 20 gift ideas for Diwali

    Diwali, the festival of light, is celebrated every year with glamour and brightness in India. The festival runs for five long days with each day having its own religious and cultural significance. Though Diwali is celebrated in a number of places in and out India, the festival follows similar tradition everywhere. One such custom can be quoted as the exchange …

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  • 9 November

    How Diwali is celebrated over the country?

    Diwali or the festival of light is perhaps one of the most widely celebrated festivals of India which makes the country glow bright in unity and pride. Considered as one of the most ancient festivals, Diwali takes place on the new moon night of the Hindu month of Kartika which generally falls between October and November. Different rituals are followed …

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  • 9 November

    The essence of Diwali

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     Diwali is surely the ultimate Hindu festival celebrated in India. It is the festival of light and its victory over darkness elaborates the victory of good over evil. As said by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Diwali is celebrated to kindle the light of wisdom and drive away the shadow of ignorance, to light life and to emboss a smile on …

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October, 2015

  • 14 October

    Durga Puja: How the biggest festival of East India is celebrated

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    After the gloomy, sulking and rather grey monsoons, we enjoy the glory of the autumn. The blue skies, the cotton clouds and a little bit of chill in the weather announces the arrival of winter in the distance. The faint fragrance of the Sheuli flower and the sight of the willowy Kash remind all of us, especially the Bengalis that …

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