Indian Culture Archive
If you have ever imagined How India and Indians looked in old days which goes as far as 1910, here are few glimpse of history which includes snapshots at time of Britishers. Disclaimer : I got the images in a mail, and its credited to whoever it belongs to.
‘Mile Sur MeraTumhara’, the evergreen song that represents the Unity in Diversity in India. The song has always been a spellbound catching every ear, murmuring every lips. On 26th January 2010 the song has been re launched with a new face – Phir Mile Sur. ‘Mile Sur MeraTumhara’, was
We have heard couples doing all the crazy things for love. But have you heard couple collecting aluminum cans to help themselves for their wedding. To add here it’s not only love for them but also for the environment. The couple from Spokane, Washington, Pete and Andrea is collecting
Global warming is the major discussion all around the world. With this alarming threat what steps have you taken to save our world ? A major change in our society which I have recently come across is the eco-friendly marriage. In Indian marriages most of the time people show off costly dressed,
After 150 years, Rabindarnath Tagore will be honoured with a sheet of 10 stamps to celebrate the 150th birth Anniversary of Rabindranth Tagore, by the Royal mail of UK. Previously Royal Mail had released stamps for various people who made history before like Arthur Conan Doyle, Fred Perry, William Goldsmith and Mary Wollstonecraft.
The trend of reading magazines are declining every day with Online media getting in every home but looks like Pulse, A magazine based on Asian Music and dance is breathing a new life to it with latest technologies. They call this magazine as first magazine that talks. The catch
There was a lunar eclipse last night and it was the so-called ”Blue Moon” effect. Visible in many parts of India and many did follow the tradition of not doing stuff like sleeping on bed or even going to bathroom but how many of knew the details or even how did