Samhain marks one doorway out of the two great doorways of the Celtic year. The Celts separated the year into two seasons: the light and the dark; at …Read More..
A frightening festival that chills the spine is Halloween. It is observed on 31st Oct. This festival has its roots in All Saint’s Day-a Christian holiday and the …Read More..
One of the major festivals of Muslims is Eid- Ul- Adha. Eid- Ul- Adha is also known by the name of Bakr- Eid. It is the festival of …Read More..
A beautiful display of lights and fireworks portrays a picture of Diwali night. Literally, Diwali means rows of clay lamps. This festival signifies its connection with the uplifting …Read More..
Boss day is also known by the names of National Boss Day, Boss’ Day or Bosses Day. This day is celebrated on 16th October and is a secular …Read More..
Generous shower of lights, blaze-burn, sizzle-scorch followed by a fabulous show of fireworks celebrate the victory of good over evil. This is Dusshera, one of the favorite festivals …Read More..
Durga Puja is a much awaited festival of India and the festival of supreme importance in West Bengal. This festival is celebrated in the Ashwin month of Hindu …Read More..
The entire Navratri Festival ceremony is carried out with the chanting of mantras conveying the theme- “This is my offering to God”. The day following Navratri is hailed …Read More..
Commonwealth Games 2010 has Shera as the mascot. Shera is a loving name given to sher (Hindi) and Tiger (English). The Royal Bengal Tiger is the national animal …Read More..