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Best Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations In Mumbai
Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most popular festivals in Maharashtra. This is celebrated with great pomp and grandeur all over the state and especially in the capital, that is, Mumbai. People celebrate this ten days period with great splendour. For ...
Popular Ganesha Mumbai

Gifting Ideas For A Special Baisakhi
Gifts play a major role in celebrating this festival. It is an expression of love and a medium to spread happiness among loved ones. If you are wondering what to gift your close relatives this Baisakh...
Rangoli Designs & Ideas For Ugadi Decoration
Tomorrow is Ugadi. After cleaning the house in the morning, you have to make rangoli near the entrance. It is a positive symbol used to welcome good luck, joy and happiness with bright colours. Few pe...
Rangoli Designs Celebrate Ugadi
Tips To Decorate Dahi Handi For Janmashtami
Dahi Handi is a fun filled way of Janmashtami celebrations. It calls for special festival decorations in your house and outside it. Dahi handi is basically an earthen pot decorated and strung from a h...
Bejewelled Rakhis For The Festival Of Rakshabandhan
The festival of Rakhi that was once called the bond of love has quickly made a transition to being the bond of gold, diamonds an anything expensive you can find. Gone are the days when rakhis for Raks...
Festival Rakhi Rakshabandhan
Jallikkattu Bull Fight: Still An Attraction!
This year's Jallikkattu bull fight festival also attracted thousands of people to Madurai district of Tamilnadu, on Jan 16. It is the traditional sport of the state by which the contestant try to tame...
Celebrating Onam
Onam is the festival celebrated with reminiscence with regard to the glorious rule of king Mahabali who was embodiment of sacrifice, devotion and charity. It is one of the most well known festivals of...
Grand festival for Bengalis - I
"Ashche Maa Palki Kore," meaning Goddess Durga is coming in a Palanquin. The azure sky with fleecy white clouds and the nip in the air marks the advent of autumn - the season for Bengal's most popular...
Durga Puja
Significance of Maha Sivaratri
Maha Sivaratri, celebrated all over India, falls on the 13th (or 14th) day of the dark half of the Phalgun (February-March) month. The name "Maha Sivaratri" means "the night of Lord Siva" and celebrat...
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