Indian Festivals

Why and How of Mahalaya

Mahalaya Tarpan

According to the Hindu calendar, 15 days in the month of September-October is dedicated to our ancestor and it is called as Pitra Paksha. It generally falls in the Bhadrapada (hindi month). This year it starts on 23rd of september and ends on  observed on 7th of October 2010. Mahalaya is the last day of Pitra Paksha. Why it is Observed: ...

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Ganesh Chaturthi – When, Why and How

Ganpati

India is the land of festivals and celebrations. Now a days, the people of India is celebrating the festival of Ganesh chaturthi.It is the main festival of Maharastra, Tamil Nadu,Karnatak, Andra Pradesh and many parts of the country.This festival is dedicated to the Lord Ganesh also known as “Ganpati”.Let us discuss its celebration and importance. When it is celebrated: It ...

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Free Download Ramadan Kareem Theme for Windows 7

Mosque Free Download Ramadan Theme for Windows 7

Ramadan is the ninth month of Islamic calendar, and throughout the Ramadan participating Muslims refrain from eating, drinking and sexual activities from dawn until sunset. Read more… Ramadan, this year started on August 11, and will continue till September 09, if you too want to join the celebration, download the free Ramadan Kareem Theme for Windows 7. It has 8 ...

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Milky welcome to the new year 2010

Sounds confusing and different also but its true that the students of Rajasthan University have celebrated the New Year party i.e. on 31st December 2009 night. Spreading the news of healthy life, on 31st Dec 2009 night the students have thrown the New Year party by consuming milk instead of the normal trend of Liquor. It was not a flop ...

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Free Download Navratri and Durga Puja Wallpapers

This is the festival time in India. Indian homes, market, temples, and mosques are in full celebrations mode. Here are some Wallpapers which you can download and spice of your desktop with the Colors of Festivals. Navratri and Durga Puja Wallpapers Navratri is the nine-day festival dedicated to Devi Durga by Hindus all over India. The nine days represent the ...

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