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Basant: Yudh – English Poem on Kite Flying

Basant: Yudh - English Poem on Kite Flying

The festival of Basant Panchami is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati who is considered to be a goddess of knowledge, wisdom and learning. This festival is celebrated in India at the start of spring (Basant) which is generally on the 5th day (Panchami) of the spring season. This festival is associated with kite flying. She’s up and away I’m holdin’ her …

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मिठाई: ओम प्रकाश बजाज की बाल-कविता

Mithai by Om Prakash Bajaj

भारतीय मिठाई पर ओम प्रकाश बजाज की बाल-कविता भारतीय मिठाइयाँ या मिष्ठान्न शक्कर, अन्न और दूध के अलग अलग प्रकार से पकाने और मिलाने से बनती हैं। खीर और हलवा सबसे सामान्य मिठाइयाँ हैं जो प्रायः सभी के घर में बनती हैं। ज्यादातर मिठाइयाँ बाज़ार से खरीदी जाती हैं। मिठाइयाँ बनाने वाले पेशेवर बावर्चियों को ‘हलवाई’ कहते हैं। भारत की संस्कृति …

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Ageless Tamil: Poem that will make Tamilians swell with pride

Ageless Tamil - English Poem that will make Tamilians swell with pride

Ageless Tamil: English Poem Tamilians – The Tamil people are an ethnic group from South Asia. Traditionally, they have been living in the southern parts of India, and the northeastern parts of Sri Lanka. Long before metamorphosis of rocks We matured Tamils have lived some say Rice with farming appeared in the land Life with a code of conduct man …

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चश्मा: ओम प्रकाश बजाज जी की बाल-कविता

Chasma by Om Prakash Bajaj

चश्मा (Glasses या eyeglasses या spectacles) आँखों के सुरक्षा या उनकी क्षमता को बढ़ाने वाले उपकरण हैं जो काँच या कठोर प्लास्टिक के लेंसों से बने होते हैं। ये लेंस धातु या प्लास्टिक के एक ढाँचे (फ्रेम) में मढ़े हुए होते हैं। चश्मा: ओम प्रकाश बजाज जी की बाल-कविता दादा जी जब चश्मा लगाते, तभी वह अखबार पढ़ पाते। मुन्ना …

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Thai Pongal: English poem on Pongal Festival

Thai Pongal - English poem on Pongal Festival

Thai Pongal Milk Rice the Golden child came – granting immeasurable ecstasy in her cooking Farmers with the beauty of lion dream a picturesque memory this new year gleam. Elevated threshing floor courtyard the face-where month of January gave love’s kiss with rice share abundance in red rice and charity – sweet to the tongue January child glad to meet. …

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हिंदी दिवस Short Poem on Hindi Divas

हिंदी दिवस Short Poem on Hindi Divas

हर साल 14 सितंबर को हिंदी दिवस मनाया जाता है। ऐसा इसलिए है क्योंकि इस दिन भारत की संविधान सभा ने देवनागरी लिपि में लिखी गई हिंदू भाषा को भारत गणराज्य की आधिकारिक भाषा घोषित किया था। भारत की संविधान सभा ने 14 सितंबर 1949 को भारत गणराज्य की आधिकारिक भाषा के रूप में हिंदी को अपनाया। हालांकि इसे 26 …

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He Came All So Still: Old Christmas Carol

Short Christmas Poetry in English: Old Carol

A carol is a festive song, generally religious but not necessarily connected with church worship, and often with a dance or a popular character. The verb caroling (or “to carol”) also refers to the singing of carols. Today the carol is represented almost exclusively by the Christmas carol, the Advent carol, and to a much lesser extent by the Easter …

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Thanksgiving Stands For: Funny Nursery Rhyme

Short Thanksgiving Day English Poem: Thanksgiving Stands For

Early thanksgiving observances Thanksgiving Stands For: Funny Nursery Rhyme – Setting aside time to give thanks for one’s blessings, along with holding feasts to celebrate a harvest, are both practices that long predate the European settlement of North America. The first documented thanksgiving services in territory currently belonging to the United States were conducted by Spaniards and the French in …

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A Thanksgiving Poem: About Harvest Festival

A Thanksgiving Poem: About Harvest Festival

A Thanksgiving Poem: Thanksgiving is a federal holiday in the United States, celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. It originated as a harvest festival. Thanksgiving has been celebrated nationally on and off since 1789, with a proclamation by George Washington after a request by Congress. Thomas Jefferson chose not to observe the holiday, and its celebration was intermittent until …

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