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4 Tips on How to Break the Ice This Holi

We all know Holi as the festival of colours but we’d say it’s also the festival of love. You may have amazing reasons to love Holi but here, we tell you how to break the ice and start the spark of romance this Holi…

10  Interesting Facts About Maha Shivaratri!

10 Interesting Facts About Maha Shivaratri!

Maha Shivratri is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is celebrated with religious fervour by devotees. This day is observed on the 13th night/14th day of the 11th Hindu month of Phalguna or Maagh (February-March) every year. Read on to know more interesting facts about this auspicious day…

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10 Intresting Facts About Valentine’s Day You Should Know

Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14 every year across the world. This day is all about red roses and secret admirers, and celebrates the bond of love between couples. On V-Day, couples and single’s express their love for each other. That’s not it! Here’s a list of some interesting facts about Valentine’s Day…

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India Celebrates Its 67th Republic Day!

Republic Day is celebrated in India on January 26 every year. This day is one of the most important national events in the Indian calendar as years back on January 26, 1950 the Constitution of India came into being. This is a proud day for every Indian as Republic Day marks the establishment of a …

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7 Things You Should Know About Makar Sankranti

* Makar Sankranti is a harvest festival celebrated as the transition of the sun that takes place from Sagittarius to Capricorn. *On this day people worship the Sun God and take a holy dip at Sangam, which is the confluence of the rivers Yamuna, Saraswati and Ganga in Allahabad as it is considered to cleanse …

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Wish You a Very Happy Pongal!

Pongal is a celebration of a good harvest of the paddy plantations grown in South India. Though initially Pongal was only celebrated by the farmers, today this festival is celebrated mainly in Tamil Nadu and is observed for four days.