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Kamada Ekadashi – Hindu Festival

Kamada Ekadashi

Kamada Ekadashi refers to the eleventh day of Shukla and Krishna Paksha of every Hindu month according to the Hindu Lunar Calendar. On these pious days the devotees worship Lord Vishnu, and they possess a strong faith that by praying and fasting on these two auspicious days, Lord would be pleased and all the sins of their lives will be …

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Road Safety Week

Road Safety Week

Road safety week is celebrated with the great joy and enthusiasm every year in India at many places such as Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Baroda, Vadodara, Pune, Bhubaneswar, Hyderabad, Chandigarh and etc. People are encouraged about how to drive on road by organizing variety of programmes related to the road safety. During the whole week celebration of this campaign, …

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Durga Puja Images For Facebook, WhatsApp

Durga Puja Images

Durga Puja Images For Facebook, WhatsApp: Durga Puja, also referred to as Durgotsava or Sharadotsav is an annual Hindu festival in South Asia that celebrates worship of the Hindu goddess Durga. It refers to all the six days observed as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Nabami and Vijayadashami. Here we have collection of Durga Puja festival images, consisting …

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Not a God of small things – Ganesh Chaturthi Culture & Tradition

Not a God of small things - Ganesh Chaturthi Culture & Tradition

Ganesha Habba inundates us with nostalgia. A kaleidoscope of images, colours, objects, people and happiness gets hazy – perhaps from the air that is thick with smoke emanated from endless queues of vehicles? Why do we want to be able to feel the texture of the jhari langa we wore as children? Why does the taste of karigadabu that ajji …

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Historical Monuments & Buildings Coloring Pages

Historical Monuments & Buildings Coloring Pages

Historical Monuments & Buildings Coloring Pages: India is rich in culture, traditions, heritage buildings, temples, forts and palaces. Famous Indian Monuments includes Old Churches of Goa, Taj Mahal, Qutab Minar of Delhi, Charminar, Red fort and Jantar mantar, these are also few most visited Heritage Sites in India. These Historical Monuments are the only wealth of Indian tourism along with other …

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National Technology Day

National Technology Day

Every year, ‘National Technology Day’ is celebrated across India on May 11; being commemorated to memorize the anniversary of Shakti, the Pokhran nuclear test held on 11 May 1998. The first, indigenous aircraft “Hansa-3” was test flown at Bangalore on this day. Not only this, India also performed successful test firing of the Trishul missile on the same day. The …

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Annie Sinha Roy – India’s only woman tunnel engineer

Annie Sinha Roy - India's only woman tunnel engineer

Bangaluru: “She must be a visitor.” That’s the murmur she heard when Annie Sinha Roy walked into the construction site of Delhi Metro on the first day of her job. “There were about 100 men, most of them labourers and a few engineers. They thought I would not last long. There were no toilets, no place to sit and debris …

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Navv Inder – Wakhra Swag Fame Punjabi singer

Navv Inder - Wakhra Swag Fame Punjabi singer

Nothing has changed, yet, everything around him has altered. For good or bad, this doesn’t bother Punjabi singing sensation Navv Inder, because he is just grateful that the group friends that used to hang out before his song Wakhra Swag touched 24 million hits, still treat him like ‘just’ Navv, and his parents back home still don’t understand what is …

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This Indian Village Is Full Of People Named Google, Obama, And Coffee

This Indian Village Is Full Of People Named Google, Obama, And Coffee

In the village of Bhadrapur, located in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, near Bangalore, you can find an odd mixture of names unlike anywhere else on Earth. Over the last few decades, a tribal community in this area began a weird naming ritual which has resulted in all sorts of everyday phrases, not to mention a few celebrity monikers, …

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Syed Sajjan Ahmed of Bengalore travels 3,000 km in self-built solar car

Syed Sajjan Ahmed of Bengalore travels 3,000 km in self-built solar car

A 63-year-old man arrived here to participate in the first India International Science Fair (IISF) on Monday, using a self-developed solar electric-powered car to cover 3,000 km from Bangalore to Delhi. It took Syed Sajjan Ahmed 30 days to cover the arduous journey, that included crossing the Vindhyas. Born in Kolar, 70 km from Bangalore, the Class 12 dropout, says …

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