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Diwali – The unifying facet of Hope

It was a dark, moonless night when Ravana the demon king of Lanka, was vanquished by Lord Rama, the banished prince of Ayodhya. After defeating Ravana, the Lord, who had abandoned his claim to Ayodhy...
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Celebrating Dussehra – The Day of Victory

Festivals are synonymous with celebrations, the blissful happiness that brings unity among all and stages up life to a state of exuberance and enthusiasm. Amongst all the flamboyant celebrations in t...
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5 Tourist places in India to enjoy Maggi

Maggi is more than noodles for it has created cherishing memories for almost everybody. Everything about this yellow packet is so very nostalgic and fascinating be it the quick break in office to mun...
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7 Silly Stereotypes Most People Assume About India

“In India, even exceptions run into millions” The aforesaid words truly describe the diversity of our country. And lets’ face it, India is home to the lot of stereotypes, which are largely untrue. Ho...
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Janmashtami- The Birthday of Lord Krishna

How many times have you heard the phrase, ‘Haathi Ghoda Palki Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki’? Must be infinite times, right? In the month of August/ September every year, across India, Janmashtami– the b...
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5 ways Travelers can celebrate Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan, commonly known as Rakhi, is a festival that symbolizes the sacred and unconditional bond of love, affection, trust, care and promise shared by the brothers and sisters. The bond is no...