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Festivals & Celebrations

Navratri Celebration: Significance, And Importance

“Navratri” or “Navaratri”, is an asynchrony of 2 words – “Nava” (nine) and “Ratri” (night). In short, it signifies a festival of nine nights wherein each night has its own significance. Navratri celebration spreads over 9 nights & 10 days. It is said to be the most revered festival in Hinduism. The autumn season celebrates this festival with all the joy.…

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Festivals & Celebrations

Rakshabandhan Celebration In Pandemic

Rakshabandhan is all about safety and long life of the brothers and sisters. Festivals in India denote the celebration of togetherness. They are a pillar towards building a better society, where positivity flourishes and the brotherhood prevails. We Indians celebrate all the festivals with a lot of enthusiasm, zest, and high spirits. Rakhi Purnima (Rakha Bandhan) is one of the…

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Festivals & Celebrations

Grand Punjabi Weddings- Rituals, Traditions & Celebrations

Punjabi’s are one of the most fun-loving people on earth. They are simple yet fun-loving people, who believe in expressing all types of emotions with gusto and living life to the fullest. Punjabi wedding rituals reflect their personalities and they celebrate it with the same zeal. These are not only weddings but Grand Punjabi weddings! Punjabi Wedding traditions are the most…

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Rakshabandhan: A Divine Brother-Sister Bond
Festivals & Celebrations

Rakshabandhan: A Divine Brother-Sister Bond

Rakshabandhan – a single word with millions of emotions. This word fills our hearts with a lot of emotions and love towards our brothers/sisters.  Rakshabandhan aka Rakhi is considered to be the most divine and celebrated festival strengthening the brother-sister bond. It is celebrated on the last day of the Hindu Lunar Calendar month of Shraavana (also called Saawan Ka…

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