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Why are zebras striped?

Zebra

This is the most obvious question to ask about zebras but unfortunately nobody really knows the answer. Looking as zebras in the zoo, the stripped patterning seems very conspicuous and could hardly be thought of as protective. One theory, however, claims that this is, in fact, so. The bold stripes may serve to break up the shape of the zebra. …

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When is Teej? Hariyali, Kajari and Hartalika Teej

When is Teej?

There are three different variations of Teej, namely – Hariyali, Kajari and Hartalika Teej. All the three Teej falls in different times and are celebrated with fervor and enthusiasm by womenfolk in India. Date of Teej Festival is decided according to the arrival of monsoon and hence it changes every year. There are special rituals and customs associated with every …

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What is Religious Significance of Teej?

What is Religious Significance of Teej?

Rooted deep in Indian religious and cultural ethos – Teej plays a significant role in defining the true nature of relationship between a married couple. Besides, the festival provides much needed break to womenfolk from their daily household drudgery. Find out how Teej is significant in these and more ways to the women in India. Religious significance of Teej festival …

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What are the processes of Teej Pooja?

Teej Mata

Women either gather at a nearby temple or a garden where the pooja is arranged. The main pooja takes place with holy offerings of flowers, sweets and coins. A semi-circle is created and an idol of Goddess Parvati is kept in the middle. A pujarin or all the ladies together narrate the holy Teej Katha. Young girls also sit to …

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Who is Teej Mata? Social Science QA For Kids

Teej Mata

Teej honors Goddess Parvati – symbol of utter devotion and love. Hence Teej is also called Teej Mata Festival in India. Both married and unmarried Hindu women observe the three-day-long festival seeking blissful married life and happiness for their husband. Teej festivities and its celebrations are dedicated to Goddess Parvati this is why it’s purely a festival of womenfolk. The …

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More than one-fifth of the world population lives in just one country. Which one?

More than one-fifth of the world's population lives in just one country. Which one?

China has more than one fifth of the world population. This country is the third largest in the world. More than billion people live in China, which makes it the most populated country in the world. The demographics of China are identified by a large population with a relatively small youth division, which was partially a result of China’s one-child …

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How to celebrate National Doctors Day?

How to celebrate National Doctors Day?

National Doctors Day is being celebrated for years by the government and non-government healthcare organizations in order to get familiar with the doctors contributions. Staff of the healthcare organizations organizes variety of events and activities for the campaign celebration. “Rotary Club of the North Calcutta and North East Calcutta Social & Welfare Organization” organizes big event every year for the grand …

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Why do we celebrate National Doctors Day?

Why do we celebrate National Doctors Day?

National Doctors Day is celebrated every year all across the India on 1st of July to provide honor to the most famous and legendary physician as well as 2nd Chief Minister of the West Bengal, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy. It is a great observance in India which helps in fulfilling the actual need of doctors and physicians in the lives …

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Why 21 June was chosen as International Yoga Day?

International Day of Yoga

United Nations has passed a resolution declaring June 21 every year as the International Yoga Day (World Yoga Day). India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi had urged the International Community to adopt 21 June as the International Yoga Day. Every year in Northern hemisphere, the Summer Solstice falls on June 21. It is the day when Day is longest and the …

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