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Navratri Wardrobe Special: 9 Outfits For Your 9 Garba Days
9 days of utter bliss. Dancing to the tunes of Falguni Pathak songs, the high-energy garba moves, scrumptious delicacies and the all time favorite the vibrant Navratri wardrobe.For nine days, we all bid adieu to our daily chores, work projects and ...
Navratri Wardrobe Special Nine Outfits For Your Nine Garba Days

Easy Steps To Build A Ganesha Puja Mandap
Puja mandirs are available in different sizes, colours and shapes but what you want, and your desired tastes are never met at a store. This is the reason why it is best to make your own puja mandir or mandap at ...
Tips To Decorate Home For Festivals
The festivals in India are celebrated with immense zeal and fervour. Festivals are considered to be an auspicious time. And when we think of festivals the first thing that comes to our mind is the riot of colours, flowers, energy, ornaments ...
Rongali Bihu: The Assamese Festival
Rongali Bihu is the one of the major festivals celebrated in Assam. This festival of Bihu is an agricultural festival and notably there are three Bihu festivals in the year known as Rongali Bihu or Bohag Bihu, Bhugali (Magh Bihu) and ...
Rongali Bihu The Assamese Harvest Festival
Holi And The Birth Of The Lord Of War
Holi is generally a time for fun and frolic, as it welcomes the arrival of the spring season. It is known as the festival of colours and also the festival of love. Bonfires are lit before the night of Holi and ...
Holi: Story Behind The Festival Of Colours
As we celebrate Holi this year, lets take a look into our mythology. The stories that revolve around this festival are quite intriguing. There is the story of the demon king Hiranyakashipu, his equally evil sister Holika and how Lord Vishnu ...
Holi Story Behind The Festival Of Colours
Importance Of Maha Shivaratri
Maha Shivratri, the most important festival to worship Lord Shiva, is on the 14th night of the new moon during the dark half of the month of Phalguna (Feb / March). Praying to Lord Shiva on Maha Shivratri will help ...
Why Is Lohri Celebrated?
Indians are known as a bunch of people who celebrate some or the other festival throughout the year. The year begins with the Lohri and Makar Sankranti celebrations all over the country. Lohri is celebrated with great fervour in the Punjab ...
Why Is Lohri Celebrated
Why Sikhs Celebrate Gurpurab/Guru Nanak Jayanti?
The day of Kartik Purnima is of great significance. A lot of communities gather for festivities on this day. It is especially momentous for the Sikh community as they celebrate the birth anniversary of their first Guru, the founder of Sikhism: ...
The Legends Of Chhath
Every festival of India has an interesting story behind it. These stories make the festivals all the more interesting and significant. Chhath is one such festival which has an interesting legend behind it. Chhath, is a primitive Hindu festival celebrated ...
The Legends Of Chhath
Rituals To Follow On Bhai Dooj
After the sparkling celebration of Diwali, brothers and sisters all over India get ready for the festival of Bhai Dooj. On this day, the sisters put 'tilak' on their brothers' forehead and pray for their well being. The brothers are supposed ...
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