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Why Is Teej Celebrated?
Teej is an Indian festival which is celebrated by women during the monsoons. Hindu women observe a strict fast during this festival to obtain the blessings of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva for a happy married life. The word Teej ...
Why Is Teej Celebrated

What Is Shab E Barat
What Is Shab-E-Barat?
Shab-E-barat is a festival celebrated by the Muslim community. This event is celebrated on the 15th of the Islamic month of Sha'aban which is the eighth month of the calendar. The night of Shab-E-barat celebrates the entry of Prophet Mohammed ...
Rituals Of Jamai Sasthi
The flavour of family bonding is expressed through social customs. We Indians have so many customs which makes the expression of family bonding even more prominent. Such is a custom of Bengalis in which they celebrate the son-in-law day. Yes, there ...
Rituals Of Jamai Sasthi
Things To Donate On Akshaya Tritiya
10 Things To Donate On Akshaya Tritiya
Akshaya Tritiya is a popular Hindu festival which is especially famous because of the gold purchases. It is an auspicious day in the Hindu calendar to purchase gold and other metals as it is believed to bring prosperity and good luck. ...
Is Akshaya Tritiya Auspicious For Buying Gold?
India is perhaps the only country in the world where a day is dedicated to purchase of metals, especially gold. Yes, we are talking about Akshaya Tritiya - the festival of gold. Akshaya Tritiya is also known as the Akha Teej ...
Why Akshaya Tritiya Is Auspicious For Buying Gold
Significance Of Hanuman Jayanti
Significance Of Hanuman Jayanti
Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Hanuman. It is usually celebrated on the 15th day of the Chaitra month according to the Hindu calendar. Hanuman, as we all know, is the monkey God who was an ...
Significance Of Pana Sankranti: Oriya New Year
Pana Sankranti is also known as the Vishuva Sankranti. It is the new year celebration for the people of Odisha. The Oriya new year is usually celebrated on 14th or 15th of April, every year. It is similar to the other ...
Significance Of Pana Sankranti
Dry Fruit Mango Lassi Baisakhi Recipe
Dry Fruit Mango Lassi: Baisakhi Recipe
Baisakhi marks the beginning of Hindu year. We can celebrate the beginning of this harvest festival with some of the easy-to-make vegetarian recipes. From Chole Bhatura to the chilled and refreshing lassi, there are many Baisakhi recipes that can be prepared ...
Significance Of Puthandu: Tamil New Year
Puthandu is the term for Tamil new year. It is the celebration of the first day of the Tamil new year. The new year celebration in India according to the Hindu calendars in different parts of the country usually takes place ...
Significance Of Puthandu Tamil New Year
Colourful Festivals Celebrated In The World
Famous Colourful Festivals Of The World
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word ‘festival’? Yes, a vibrant display of colours. All over the world there are innumerable colourful festivals celebrated throughout the year. Each one has its own significance in ...
Significance Of Ugadi Pachadi
Ugadi is the beginning of a new year for the people of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and other parts of South India. A new year is a new beginning for a lot of things. People start their new business or any new ...
Significance Of Ugadi Pachadi
Significance Of Gudi Padwa
Significance Of Gudi Padwa
Gudi Padwa is the new year celebration for the people of Maharashtra. This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm over the whole of Konkan coast area. It is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month according to the Hindu ...
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