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Writing Father Word in 58 Different Languages

Father In Different Languages: Saying Dad In Different Languages

After mother, ‘father’ is the word that almost all the kids learn to speak. It gives a man immense pleasure to be called ‘dad’, ‘daddy’, ‘baba’, ‘papa’ or even ‘abbu’ by his child. In fact, he eagerly waits for the moment in his life. Have you ever wondered how other children across the globe call out to their father? Do …

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Republic Day 26 January Parade at Rajpath

Republic Day Parade

Republic Day is one of the national holidays in India celebrated on the 26th of January every year. It is considered as one of the most important days in the Indian history, as India adopted the Indian Constitution and became a sovereign, democratic and republic state on this day in 1950. The day is honored and celebrated with great joy, …

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Journey of Indian Republic

Journey of Indian Republic

Journey of Indian Republic: Year 1950, a salute of 21 guns and the unfurling of the Indian National flag by Dr. Rajendra Prasad heralded the historic birth of the Indian Republic on January 26, 1950; 894 days after our country became a dominion following withdrawal of British Rule. Since then, every year the day is celebrated with great pride and …

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Republic Day Chief Guests Listing: 26 January

Republic Day Chief Guests Listing: 26 January

One of the major national holidays of India, Republic Day is celebrated to remember the transition of India into a republic nation and the implementation of the Constitution of India on January 26th, 1950. A grand event is organized in the capital of New Delhi, wherein the President hoists and unfurls the Indian flag, which is followed by a massive …

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Hindi Diwas Celebration For Students & Children

Hindu Diwas Celebration

Hindi Diwas (14th September) is celebrated annually to pay tribute to the mother language of India. It is celebrated by the people in government offices, private offices, and educational institutions. It is celebrated by the school and college students with the variety of activities under the proper guidance of teachers. Hindi Diwas celebration takes place all over the country which …

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Hindi Diwas Activities For Students & Children

Hindi Diwas Activities

Hindi Diwas Activities: Hindi Diwas is celebrated on 14th September in the schools, colleges, offices, organizations and other enterprises as a Hindi Diwas with the unique programs and competitions organized related to Hindi poems, story recitations, vocabulary quizzes and etc. Hindi is the better mode of communication among the people in India so it should be promoted among each other. …

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Hindi Diwas Importance For Students & Children

Hindi Diwas Importance

Hindi Diwas Importance: Hindi is our mother language and we should respect and give honor to it. Together with the economic prosperity and technological development in the country, the Hindi language is losing its importance a little while. Everyone wants to learn and speak English language in order to get success in almost all the fields as there are demand …

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New Year Quotes For Students And Children

नव वर्ष उद्धरण

New Year Quotes For Students And Children: New Year is the time to indulge in some soul-searching and retrospection. A year is gone by and we are ready to usher in a new year and this certainly calls for some reflection on the bygone times and a fresh perspective on the coming moments. New Year brings new hopes and fresh beginning …

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Indian New Year: Diwali Marks Hindu New Year

Significance of Diwali in Hinduism

Indian New Year: Diwali Marks Hindu New Year – In India, the New Year arrives with the onset of the Festival of Lights, known as Deepawali or Diwali. It marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year. This festival is celebrated with a great zeal, enthusiasm and joy throughout the country. Diwali signifies the victory of good over evil, in …

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