About IndiaVivid

IndiaVivid is a platform to Discover, Share and Celebrate INDIA. We showcase the best of Indian States, Places, Art Forms, Dances and the like focusing on unique and distinct aspects of Indian culture which makes this country beautiful and one of a kind.

We serve the cause of Indian society through focus on optimism, positivity and opportunities. We operate through a global community consisting of writers, editors, photographers, videographers, artists from different walks of like representing Indian culture focused on the unifying mission of “”spreading India’s uniqueness with the world“.

You can contribute and participate in this journey of discovery, sharing unique insights in the process and celebrating India’s uniqueness and vividity.

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IndiaVivid invites contributions from writers, editors, photographers, videographers, artists and anyone with the desire to contribute. IndiaVivid is looking at contributors from each State of India as a contributor anchor to act as a nucleus/focal point for the State. If you are interested in joining as a contributor anchor or would like to associate long term, please Email IndiaVivid. Each contributor anchor will have an opportunity to manage and work with other contributors for IndiaVivid.

In addition, we are also looking for writers and editors to join us on long-term basis or as a freelancer.

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We reserve the right to screen and publish articles and content as per our own guideline.

States of India

India is a country of vast landscapes, rivers, mountains with Himalayas in the North to Kanya Kumari in the South. It is also a country with 29 different States and 7 Union Territories, each with its own vagaries and uniqueness. States in India is an amalgamation defined by language, Indian Culture, traditions and the like. A federal institution, India has 29 states and 7 union territories. Each State has developed its own sub-culture within the Indian culture as a whole with various Dances of India, art, music, Festivals of India and more.

Uttar Pradesh truly reflects a secular spirit with some major tourist attractions such as the Taj Mahal in Agra and the Varanasi Ghats. Kerala, on the other hand is tagged as God’s own country with its rich scenery and pristine backwaters.

Goa is known for its beaches while the States of the North-East have hidden treasures, unhindered and unexplored. Jammu & Kashmir is the Switzerland of India and Karnataka, the hub of Information Technology.

The Famous Chakla Dham : Birth Place Of Lokenath Baba

The Famous Chakla Dham : Birth Place Of Lokenath Baba

Chakla Dham is considered one of the most visited pilgrimage or religious place after Dakkhineshwar and Kalighat. It is located near Basirhat few miles away from Barasat, North 24 parganas of West Bengal.Having…

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The Heritage Home Stay Of Rajbari-Itachuna Rajbari

The Heritage Home Stay of Rajbari-Itachuna Rajbari

Itachuna Rajbari is a lavish tourist place to visit and explore the traditional Royal lifestyle. This is a perfect place for a weekend destination as a peaceful holiday far away from the city…

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Interesting Facts Of The Celebration Of Neel Shasthi In Bengal

Interesting Facts Of The Celebration Of Neel Shasthi In Bengal

Neel Shasthi has a very emotional and a traditional value in the life of all Bengali Mothers, Many times an individual may not be very religious or superstitious, however as a motherhood turns…

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The Famous Traditional Embroidery Of Bengal The Kathan Handcraft

The Famous Traditional Embroidery Of Bengal The Kathan Handcraft

The traditional embroidery stitching on clothes are known as the Kantha, this hand work is specially found doing by the women in outskirt of Bengal. Providing different design of hand work on the clothes…

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Secert Behind The Bengali Tradition Of Auspicious 14 Busted

Secert Behind The Bengali Tradition Of Auspicious 14 Busted

Auspicious 14 holds a very special place in hearts of every Bengali, apart from the special place this tradition also plays a very significant role during the time of Bhoot Chaturdashi. I shall explain the Bhoot…

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Poila Boishakh The Ultimate Say Of Celebration For All Bengalis

Poila Boishakh The Ultimate Say Of Celebration For All Bengalis

Shubho Naboborsho'r Priti o Shubhechcha Poila Baisakh, the ultimate day of Celebration for all Bengalis. As the name referes, 'Poila' meaning the First and 'Boisakh', the first month in Bengali calendar. Poila Boishakh as childhood…

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The Mystery Behind The Peer Baba’s Pukur

The Mystery Behind The Peer Baba’s Pukur

India is a place full of mysteries, fictions, mythologies and folklores, undoubtedly West Bengal is not an exception on this. There are so many places full of mysteries and myths around, which in…

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Saraswati Puja The Celebrate The Season Of Love In The Bong Way

Saraswati Puja The Celebrate The Season Of Love In The Bong Way

Expression of Love, is an emotion to be expressed aloud (at least sometimes),it  is always delightful to be loved. In Bengal this emotion is celebrated twice.Valentines day and the the Saraswati Puja is…

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Interesting Fact Behind The Terraccota Temples Of Bishnupur

Interesting Fact Behind The Terraccota Temples Of Bishnupur

A famous district of Bankura in West Bengal is known as Bishnupur. The origin of its name was derived from God Vishnu, King Malla was ruled the Bishnupur region and during his Kingdom,…

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The Bandel Church: One Of The Famous Church In Wst Bengal

The Bandel Church: One Of The Famous Church In Wst Bengal

From the various places to visit in West Bengal, One of the exciting place with lot of history and devotion attached is the Church of Bandel. Bandel is in the outskirts of Kolkata  and…

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Maa Bipattarini Chandi Bari Mandir

Maa Bipattarini Chandi Bari Mandir

Religion and Serenity is a very sensitive part of our Indian culture. There are immense number of mythological stories of different God and Goddess . At Kolkata we have lots of temples (Mandirs) and…

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You Have To Try These Delectable Delicacies From Odisha

You Have To Try These Delectable Delicacies From Odisha

Odisha as we know is known as 'Soul Of India', and it truly deserves to be so. The beautiful combination of architecture, culture and stunning landscapes make Odisha a land the country is…

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Taste The Authentic Vegetarian Flavors Of Bihar

Taste The Authentic Vegetarian Flavors Of Bihar

Indian food shows immense diversity when it comes to its huge variety of cuisines. Every state has something special to offer when it comes to delicious flavors. I have already taken you through…

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Chandipur Beach, The Mysterious Beach In Orissa

Chandipur Beach, The Mysterious Beach In Orissa

India has so much to offer isn't it ? Well lets think what's beyond the temples for a change and trust me you will surely be shocked by the surprises you get in…

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Epic Street Foods In Kolkata- Don’t Repent Later If You Miss!

Epic Street Foods In Kolkata- Don’t Repent Later If You Miss!

Though we are happy to accept that India is a land of unity in diversity –still we never leave a chance to optimize out states individually when it comes to gastronomy. With no…

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Litti Chokha: The Hallmark Of Bihari Cuisine

Litti Chokha: The Hallmark Of Bihari Cuisine

The importance of Litti Choka to Bihar is similar to the importance of Rosogolla to West Bengal. Litti Choka a remarkable dish which comes from the state of Bihar is not only popular…

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Bihar – Child Of The Nation

Bihar – Child Of The Nation

Undoubtedly, one of the most controversial states of India, Bihar is that child of the nation that started out as good and obedient, but with time changed into an unruly and uncontrollable personality.…

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Street Food In Kolkata, Khub Bhalo

Street Food In Kolkata, Khub Bhalo

Well there is a huge difference between eating in a five-star restaurant and eating in a local street shop in Kolkata. So if you are among the ones, who prefer street food over…

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7 Things To Do In Digha

7 Things To Do In Digha

Digha is definitely a favourite weekend spot for all those who live in West Bengal. There are many reasons why this particular spot is among the top favourites of people. It is pretty economical; It will hardly cost…

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Top 8 Places To Visit In Kalimpong

Top 8 Places To Visit In Kalimpong

Nestled in the Shiwalik Hills or the Lower Himalaya Kalimpong is a beautiful hill station. It is located on a ridge which connects two hills, Deolo Hill and Durpin Hill. Kalimpong is a…

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7 Renowned Kati Chicken Roll Shops In Kolkata

7 Renowned Kati Chicken Roll Shops In Kolkata

One street food which is immensely popular in Kolkata or let me put it the other way, one dish that is a legend in Kolkata is the Chicken Roll. It is an immensely…

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Odisha – Land Of Temples And The Goa Of East

Odisha – Land of Temples and The Goa of East

From the century-old structures to the far stretched pristine coastline - Odisha, Land of Temples entices vacationers. Often known as the land of temples, Odisha, one of the prominent East Indian states attracts…

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Jharkhand – Land Of Forests & Industries

Jharkhand – Land of Forests & Industries

Jharkhand - Land of Forests & Industries Jharkhand the 28th state of the Indian Union was formed on 15th November 2000 with Ranchi as its capital. The word Jharkhand originated from tribal word, which…

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West Bengal – Cultural Centre Of India

West Bengal – Cultural Centre of India

West Bengal - Cultural Centre of India West Bengal is located in the eastern part of India and boasts of its beauty with the State being placed between the Himalayas and the Bay…

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Odisha

Odisha

Odisha (erstwhile Orissa) is an eastern state of India bordering the Bay of Bengal. Odisha is synonymous with the kingdom of Kalinga during the age of Mauryas and Utkala during Mahabharata. Odisha is…

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