The final countdown has begun… Only few more days to “Osho Gatsu 2013″ or “Japanese New Year 2013.” This national holiday is the biggest and most important event …Read More..
Kwanzaa is an elaborate seven-day long harvest festival most popularly celebrated among the African-American communities. Interestingly, this grand festival is commemorated just a day following the Christmas Eve, …Read More..
We are yet again approaching towards the celebration of one of the biggest festivities of the decade, The Christmas Eve. This year’s Christmas again revives hopes and desires …Read More..
Hanukkahis one of the most popularly celebrated eight-day long festivals of the American-Jewish community. The festival is commemorated to celebrate the spirit of the re-dedication of the holy …Read More..
Thanksgiving letters are the perfect way to express your sincerest thanks and appreciation to your near and loved ones. They also give you the right channel for expressing …Read More..
Gurpurab, commemorated as the auspicious Guru Nanak Jayanti, is celebrated as the birth anniversary of most revered Gurus of the Sikhs, Guru Nanak Ji. This is the biggest …Read More..
Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in different names and styles, pertaining to varied cultural beliefs, all over the world. However, the reason for which the festival is celebrated remains …Read More..
Bhai Dooj is celebrated all over the country to revere the sanctity of the bond shared between a brother and a sister. The day is celebrated as a …Read More..
Children’s Day… a day for the children and by the children! The children’s day signifies the commitment of the country towards the well-being and welfare of our children. …Read More..
To help you make your Diwali party the most memorable party of the year, here are top ten games to play: Tombola, Housie, Bongo or Lotto: Called by …Read More..
Apart from lighting, pooja and sweets, home decoration is another very big task on Diwali. Deity of wealth and prosperity, Goddess Laxmi loves beauty and cleanliness; and blesses …Read More..
What is Halloween? Halloween has dual spirit of both festive as well as superstitious feel. It is thought that the origin of Halloween is the ancient Celtic festival …Read More..
As the name suggests, “Navaratri” is formed by two words i.e. “nava” (for “nine”) and “ratri” (for “nights”). So, Navratri is a 9-day festival observed in the Hindu …Read More..
Lord Ganesha is a popular Hindu deity since He is invoked before the beginning of any auspicious journey. The diety with the countenance of an elephant is synbolic. …Read More..
Teachers’ Day is a great expression to pay tribute to the teachers who spend their lives in nurturing the young citizens of the country. The role of a …Read More..
Onam is a Hindu festival, celebrated by the people of Kerala in India. Also known as Vamana Jayanti, it solemnizes the Vamana avatar of Vishnu and the homecoming …Read More..
Eid-ul-Fitr is a Muslim holy day that celebrates the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting in the Islamic belief. To understand it better, the Arabic words ‘Eid’ …Read More..
The date 15th August, 1947 has now become emblematic of freedom, independence and a shackle-free existence for every Indian. The day reminds the citizens of India of their …Read More..
Janmashtami is celebrated all over India with full zest and vigour in the month of August or September on the ashtami of Krishna Paksh or the eighth day …Read More..
Friendship Day is the perfect time to let your friends know how special they are and how cherished is your friendship. The first Sunday of August each year …Read More..