Indian Festivals and Important date

Indian Festivals and Important date

Lohri Festival In India – About Lohri Tradition| Takshila learning

Lohri Festival In India – About Lohri Tradition Lohri Festival – Lohri is a Punjabi winter folk festival, celebrated on 13th January every year. It is believed that from this …

Why Celebrate Phool Waloon Ki Sair? “फूल वालों की सैर का मेला”

Why Celebrate Phool Waloon Ki Sair? “फूल वालों की सैर का मेला” The festival “Phool Waloon ki Sair” was started in 19th century by the …

Children’s Day 2018 : Why Is Children’s Day Celebrated On 14 November?

Children’s Day 2018 : Why Is Children’s Day Celebrated On 14 November? Children’s day is celebrated on 14th November. It is the birth anniversary of Pandit …

The Festival of Lights with the name Diwali, Deepawali, Divali, Deepavali

The Festival of Lights with the name Diwali, Deepawali, Divali, Deepavali India is the country of festivals. Every day is celebrated in different regions of …

10 Famous Festivals of India – Colors , Celebrations , Love Unity

10 Famous Festivals of India – Colors , Celebrations , Love , Unity India is a place of various religions and hundreds of customs and …

Govardhan Puja 2018 : Govardhan Essay History and Celebration

Govardhan Puja 2018 : Govardhan Essay History and Celebration Govardhan Puja is celebrated on the next day of Diwali. According to the Hinducalendar, it comes …

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