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Hanuman Jayanti Greetings For Hindu Devotees

Hanuman jayanti greetings

Hanuman Jayanti Greetings For Devotees, Students And Children: Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated on the full moon day (pournima) of the Hindu lunar month of Chaitra. A special feature of Hanuman Jayanti is that according to some religious almanacs (panchangs) the birthday of Shri Hanuman falls on the fourteenth day (chaturdashi) in the dark fortnight of the month of Ashvin while …

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Baisakhi Greetings For Students And Children

Baisakhi Greetings, Baisakhi e-Cards

Baisakhi Greetings: Celebrate the auspicious festival of Baisakhi and send wishes for blessed, prosperous and joyful Baisakhi Make the celebration special for them with our warm cards. Baisakhi is traditionally observed on 14 April, every year. The festival is important to both Sikhs and Punjabis (people from the region of Punjab. The festival coincides with other new year festivals celebrated …

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Navratri Festival Greetings For Students

Navratri Festival Greetings

Navratri Festival Greetings, Navratri e-Cards: All nine days during Navratri are dedicated to nine forms of Goddess Shakti. Shardiya Navratri falls in the month of September or October. The nine days festivity culminates on tenth day with Dussehra or Vijayadashami. Navratri is a time where nine forms of Hindu goddesses like Durga, Bhadrakali, Amba or Jagadamba, Annapurna, Sarvamangala, Bhairavi, Chandika …

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World Health Day Greeting Cards For Students

World Health Day Greeting Cards

World Health Day Greeting Cards For Students: The World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year on 7 April, under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (WHO). Here we have collection of World Health Day themed greeting cards. Please share it with your friends & family and spread the word. World Health Day Greeting Cards …

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Rama Navami Greetings For Students & Children

Rama Navami coloring pages

Rama Navami Greetings For Students And Children – Rama Navami is a Hindu festival, celebrating the birth of the Lord Rama to King Dasharatha and Queen Kausalya in Ayodhya. Rama, the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu, is one of the oldest avatars of Lord Vishnu having a human form. Here we have collection of Lord Rama greeting cards, share with your …

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International Women’s Day Greetings For Teens

International Womens Day Greetings

International Women’s Day Greetings For Teens: International Women’s Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women’s Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year. In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women for their economic, political and social achievements. International Women’s Day Greetings For Teens * Vector designed by Freepik

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Valentine’s Day Greetings for Students, Teens

Valentine's Day Greetings

Valentine’s Day Greetings for Students, Teens: Love is the most wonderful of all feelings in this world. It’s Valentine’s Day and what could be a better time to let your dear ones know that you love them. Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to express your love to your family in the most extraordinary way. Friends bring a smile to your face when you’re …

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Chinese New Year Greetings for Students

Chinese New Year Greetings

Chinese New Year Greetings for Students: You are missing your close friend in China… why not convey New Year greetings in Chinese to him / her and surprise. Chinese New Year wishes are not just for your loved ones in China but, for all those whom you care for. Express you affection and happiness by adding cute New Year greetings with …

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Lohri Greetings For Students And Children

Lohri Greetings

Lohri Greetings For Students And Children: The day begins with children collecting money from houses in the neighborhood. Children go from door to door singing songs in praise of Dulha Bhatti, a Punjabi version of Robin Hood who robbed the rich and helped the poor. These “visitors” are given either money or gajak, til bhuga, moong phali, gur and rewri. …

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