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Neel Puja – Worship Of Lord Shiva In West Bengal

Bengali’s are said to celebrate 13 festivals in 12 months. And with time and globalization, it has definitely increased and included a variety of...

Puliyur Kottam – The Historical Face Of Chennai, Tamil Nadu

We all know that the old name of Chennai is Madras or Madarasapatnam. But how was it called even before that? What was Chennai...

Bilaspur-Manali-Leh – Why The Highest Rail Line In The World Is So Important To India?

The Indian Railways have been an exemplary transport system for decades in the country. Connecting big cities to tiny villages, they have managed to...

Prasad – Food For Gods

According to Hindu mythology, there are 360 crores Devis and Devatas looking after our wellbeing.  How do we thank these Gods and Goddess? Simply...

Wagah Border, The Connecting Link Between Two Countries

Indian and Pakistan are two countries that share a long history amongst themselves since the time of partition. They both have their share of...

Dig Into One Of The Most Painful Topics, The Jallianwala Bagh

When we talk about Indian history and its fight for independence, one cannot forget the Jallianwala Bagh incident. It shook the nation on 13th...

Nose Ring – An Age-Old Indian Tradition

Women have always had a fond relationship with jewellery and the nose ring isn't an exception. From head ornaments to necklaces, bangles to foot anklets,...

Significance of Saffron color in India

Saffron is a pious color symbolizing bravery and courage. The saffron color is conventionally the color of fire or Agni. The Hindu saints wear saffron colored robes representing their mission to purify and eradicate evil and impurities from the world. The color saffron is also symbolic of wisdom and lightness, the qualities possessed by the monks.

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