Republic Day Celebration of India

Republic Day is celebrated in India every year as one of important national event honor on 26th January. Although India became independence on 15th August 1947 but till 1949 it didn’t have a permanent constitution of its own and instead were functioning under the laws enacted and implemented by the British. And after many amendments…

Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan The Indian Festival of Bonding Raksha Bandhan is an Indian festival of brother’s and sister’s mostly celebrated by Hindu’s. This festival is celebrated to bring family together especially making the bond of brothers and sisters more stronger. This is the day when sisters and brothers pray for each other well being and wish…

New Year Celebration In India

New year is celebrated with full of fun and enthusiasm with eve parties, singing, playing games, dancing, food, movies, restaurant etc. In India People greet and wish each other exchanging messages, greeting cards and gifts are part and parcel of the New Year celebration. New year is not less than festival, celebrated worldwide. It is…

India Land of Culture And Tradition Festivals

India is well known all over the world as highly spiritual country.  The only country of cultural and traditional where festivals are the heart of people’s lives in India. We celebrate different cultures and religions festivals in India every month.  Full of diversity in the religions, languages, cultures and castes offer way of seeing Indian culture at…

Dussehra The Major Hindu Festival

Dussehra is a Hindu festival symbolizing the victory of good over evil. Many people in India celebrated Dussehra in two different ways, one associated with the victory of Lord Ram, rescued his abducted wife and another associated with victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahisasura. Dussehara festival starts and continues 10th day it’s celebrated…

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