Indian Festivals

Navratri (Durga Puja): What all Nine Days mean?

Navratri Nine Days mean

When is Navratri in 2019? Navratri is the nine-day festival dedicated to Devi Durga by Hindus all over India. The nine days represent the nine form of Goddess Durga, and its a new night for Durga for the next nine days. These nine forms are worshipped throughout India. In 2019, Shardiya Navratri is in between 29th September – 8th October ...

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How to perform Teej Puja?

India is one of the countries where festivals have special meaning and are threaded so much into our culture that you would fall in love with them. Today we will be talking about the Festival Teej, which is special for every Indian woman. In this post, I am sharing step by step guide to perform Teej Puja. How to perform ...

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Smart Rakhi Gift Ideas to Surprise your Younger Brother this Raksha Bandhan

Kundan Rakhi Raksha Bhnadhan

The siblings share a pious bond of deep affection and care with each other. They have lots of childhood memories of their love, stupid fights, jealousy, and entertaining activities, etc. Raksha Bandhan is a special day to refresh all those past experiences with siblings. It allows them to spend some golden moments of happiness together. Rakhi tying ceremony is the ...

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Eco-Friendly Indian Flag which can grow into Marigold

Buy Eco-Friendly Indian Flag

While we carry all our patriotism and enthusiasm on Independence Day, there is one thing that has been overlooked from years. The Indian National Flag. It’s not what happens on that day, but what happens after it. All over India, Flag, and miniatures are bought. They are placed on the car dashboard; kids run around with them all day. But ...

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List of Fire Crackers Banned in Kolkata and Howrah

List of Fire Crackers Banned in Kolkata

Looks like Police in Kolkata has gotten very strict, this Diwali, on buying or bursting Firecrackers which makes a lot of sound. So this time they have posted this huge notice to most of the society and passing message that its Festival of Lights and not sound. We have a huge notice board and print outs throughout  the society from our nearest police station, ...

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Light a Virtual Diya this Diwali at the doorstep of your loved ones

Place the diya exactly at a specific location

The Festival of Lights, Diwali or Deepavali, will be celebrated across India on October 26 this year. Diwali is a festival of lights; people try to lighten up every corner of their home or vicinity. In case you are not an Indian or somehow you don’t know about Diwali in that case you can read more about Diwali here. Diyas ...

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Google Doodle for Holi looks awesome!!

Google Holi Doodle

Looks like Google decided to share the joy of Holi with India today and the Google Logo is completely drenched with holi colour and looks awesome. And the best part is this logo is both on and With this we wish all our friends in India and abroad a very Happy Holi!! May your life be will with ...

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How is Makar Sankranti celebrated in India

Makar Sankranti

These are the days of winter and winter is the season of festivals. One of the main festival in winter is Makar Sankranti which is celebrated in the second week of January.This year it will be on 15th of January 2011. Why it celebrated: This is one of the most important festival of Hindu. Makar Sankranti is the day the ...

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How are you celebrating Diwali this year ?

Home Made Diays

The biggest festival in India, Diwali is just one more day to go and we will have every bit of street lightened up and lot of firecrackers for eyes to have joy. So first of all Wish you a Very Happy Diwali and Stay safe when using firecrackers. This year for a change we though of doing things different at ...

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