1. 5 Engaging Virtual Activities for Seniors to Celebrate Republic Day

    5 Engaging Virtual Activities for Seniors to Celebrate Republic Day

    26th January is a day of pride and honour for all Indians. It was on this day in the year 1950, that the Constitution of India came into effect and our country finally became an independent republic.
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  2. Traditional Pongal Recipes That You Can Try At Home

    Traditional Pongal Recipes That You Can Try At Home

    Pongal is one of the most famous festivals in Hindu tradition. Celebrated over a period of 3 days, it is a popular harvest festival that falls in the month of January. The Pongal festival is mainly c
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  3.  Significance of Lohri and How it is Celebrated in India

    Significance of Lohri and How it is Celebrated in India

    The new year always brings with it a renewed sense of hope and joy. This is very true, especially for the farmers of India, who toil hard during the whole year and eagerly await the period of harvesti
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  4. How to Celebrate Christmas Safely At Home During Covid-19

    How to Celebrate Christmas Safely At Home During Covid-19

    Covid-19 has been around for almost a year and things have finally started to look promising. However, as the threat of the virus still looms large, it would be wise to celebrate the upcoming Christma
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  5. 10 Engaging Activities for Seniors on Christmas

    10 Engaging Activities for Seniors on Christmas

    'Tis the season of Christmas and the preparations are already in full swing. Despite the problems and challenges that we face throughout the year, the festival of Christmas brings about a feeling of h
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  6. How Guru Nanak Jayanti is Celebrated in India - Important Rituals and Traditions

    How Guru Nanak Jayanti is Celebrated in India - Important Rituals and Traditions

    Some of the most important festivals among Sikhs revolve around the anniversaries of the 10 Sikh Gurus. The Sikh Gurus are spiritual masters who are known for establishing the Sikh religion over a per
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  7. How Bhai Dooj is Celebrated in Different States of India

    How Bhai Dooj is Celebrated in Different States of India

    The eternal bond shared by a brother and sister is one of the purest forms of affection. They share a feeling of unconditional love and fondness that cannot be expressed in simple words. Bhai Dooj is
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  8. Diwali Celebration in India - History, Meaning and Significance

    Diwali Celebration in India - History, Meaning and Significance

    "May the divine light of Diwali drive away all the darkness and bring peace, happiness and prosperity in your life." This is one of the most common “Happy Diwali” text messages that we lo
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  9. Why Do We Celebrate Karva Chauth, It's History and Significance

    Why Do We Celebrate Karva Chauth, It's History and Significance

    Karva Chauth is one of the most popular Indian festivals and is mostly observed in the northern side of the country. It is a celebration of love, marriage and the unbreakable bond shared between a hus
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  10. Navratri (Day 9) - The Story of Maa Siddhidatri

    Navratri (Day 9) - The Story of Maa Siddhidatri

    The festival of Navratri is one of the most sacred festivals in India. It is a period of joy, happiness and excitement. Every year, devotees from all over the country celebrate this festival in differ
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