Festivals

Puja for the spiritualism, not for vulgar entertainment

The pathway to devotion and spiritualism should not be “desecrated” by the blot of the brazen entertainment. The scriptures logically explain why it is antithetical, and its adverse consequences...

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US: Empire State Building lights up in orange to celebrate Diwali for the first time

For the first time, the iconic Empire State Building in New York City was lit orange in celebration of Diwali. The world famous structure turned orange last night as Indians across the world celebrated the festival of lights...

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PM Modi celebrates Diwali with those who sacrifice their own, but lighten everyone’s Diwali

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today celebrated Diwali with jawans of the Indian Army and ITBP, at Harsil, one of the remotest border posts in Uttarakhand. Greeting the jawans on the occasion, the Prime Minister said that their devotion to duty in the remote icy heights, is enabling the strength of the nation, and securing the future and the dreams of 125 crore Indians...

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Shubh Diwali: Nation embraces into the golden spirit of #Diwali; PM Modi to celebrate Diwali with Jawans

Festival of lights Diwali is being celebrated across the country with traditional fervour and gaiety today. The festival, which marks the victory of good over evil, is celebrated by lighting up houses, temples and other public places. People also worship the Goddess of wealth Lakshmi on the occasion...

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Ten days, Dubai to be with India; will celebrate Diwali with enthusiasm and excitement

Excitement is escalating day by day as our festival of joy, lights, sweets Diwali is approaching nearer. The excitement is not bound to Indian borders, the whole world celebrates Diwali. This will be seen in Dubai as well. Al Seef, the waterfront promenade by Meraas that is rooted in Dubai’s culture and heritage, will join hands with the Dubai Festivals & Retail Establishment, an agency of the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM), Dubai Police and the Consulate General of India for ..

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Let's celebrate this Navratri with a vow of respecting feminine power, victory over evil

The festival of Navratri, which marks the worship of Goddess Durga, began today with religious fervour and gaiety. Devotees thronged temples from early this morning to offer their prayers to the Goddess. On the first day of Navaratri, Devi Durga is worshipped as Shailaputri...

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गणपती आग्मन सोहळा! This Ganesh Chaturthi seek blessings from these eco-friendly Ganpati idols

Celebrated on a grand scale in Mumbai and Pune, joy knows no bounds for the devotees. In 2018, Ganesh Chaturthi will begin on September 13 lighting up the streets brightly, people visit several pandals throughout the city, and many also bring Ganpati idols to their humble abode. This year like always there are several pandals that will bring Ganpati Bappa idols to their abode but with a twist. This Ganeshotsav let’s welcome eco-friendly Ganpati Bappa with a message to save the environment...

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Celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervor, India marks Janmashtami encouraging goodwill and generosity

“In one of the paragraphs of the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna says that whenever there is be a predominance of evil and decline of religion, he will reincarnate to destroy the evil and let the good take over.” Celebrated with great fervor in India and abroad, Janmashtami is one most celebrated and renowned festival among the Hindus. The main significance of Janmashtami is to promote goodwill as it is to knock down evil intentions. ..

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Sisters! Tie these Rakhis on your brothers’ wrist and indirectly to environment

Hey Sisters! This year tie Rakhis on your brothers’ wrist which will be indirectly to the environment as we have eco friendly Rakhis. Eco-friendly Rakhis are being sold by TRIFED, an autonomous organisation under Ministry of Tribal Affairs...

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Eid Mubarak! Immersed in the ‘Unity’ of crescent moon, Muslims celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with great fervor and gaiety today

India has always believed in ‘Unity in Diversity’ and with this the people in the country celebrate each and every festival with the same traditional fervor and gaiety across the country. Today on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, let us all come together and celebrate this auspicious day with contentment and love of brotherhood. ..

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Let warmth come, chill depart with the great fervor of Lohri!

With Folklore, Bhangra, Sarso da Sag, myth- Lohri, one of the most colorful festivals in the country is back to bring cheer to people across India, especially North India. Bidding bye to winter, Lohri welcomes the longer days of summer. This festival is highly associated with the harvest of the rabi crops. North India is submerged to welcome a new harvest season...

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Faith excels everything: Kumbh Mela inscribed on the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

There’s not a single person in India who does not know about Kumbh Mela. The name itself instantly evokes an image of divinity, holiness. The power of faith attracts lakhs of pilgrims in one of the largest congregation of the world, Kumbh Mela. Now, UNESCO has inscribed on the Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity...

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One of the largest Cattle fair in Asia,the month-long Sonepur mela starts in Bihar

The pride of Northern Bihar , Sonepur Cattle fair has started from Thursday. One of the prominent events of Bihar, the month-long cattle fair has been inaugurated by Bihar deputy minister Sushil Modi. This fair is one of the largest cattle fairs in Asia and famous for its rustic charm and cattle trade...

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