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Chinese New Year Greetings for Facebook, WhatsApp

Chinese New Year Greetings

Chinese New Year Greetings for Facebook, WhatsApp: You are missing you 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 you gifts …

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Chiang Mai Yee Peng Lantern Festival Images

Chiang Mai Yee Peng Lantern Festival Images

Chiang Mai Yee Peng Lantern Festival Images: Yi Peng or Yee Peng (local name) is part of the festival of lights in Northern Thailand to show respect to Buddha. It’s date usually coincides with Loi Krathong which all of Thailand celebrates using floating lights on water. In Northern Thailand Yi Peng, which is celebrated alongside Loi Krathong, is different in …

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Diwali Lamps: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Diwali Lamps: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Illuminating the homes and premises with beautiful earthen diyas, on the festival of lights – Diwali – is a good old tradition. The traditional oil lamp – diya remains the center of attraction of the occasion. It has evolved from being a brown colored clay lamp to colorful lamp, made of different materials. While earthen diyas is the traditional way …

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Haryanavi poem on lost Indian culture ढूंढते रह जाओगे

Haryanavi poem on lost Indian culture ढूंढते रह जाओगे

लुगाईयाँ का घाघरा खिचड़ी का बाजरा सिरसम का साग सर पै पाग आँगण मै ऊखल कूण मै मूसल ढूंढते रह जाओगे! घरां मै लस्सी लत्ते टाँगण की रस्सी आग चूल्हे की संटी दुल्हे की कोरडा होली का नाल मौली का पहलवानां का लंगोट हनुमानजी का रोट ढूंढते रह जाओगे! घूंघट आली लुगाई गाँम मै दाई लालटेण का चानणा बनछटीयाँ का …

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Chinese Lantern Plant

Chinese Lantern Plant

Chinese Lantern Plant — Chinese Lantern Plant, common name for a herbaceous perennial (a plant that lives at least three years) grown in gardens for its showy fruit. It is native to southeastern Europe and Japan and can survive winter temperatures as low as -40° C (-40° F). In colder regions, it is grown as an annual (a plant that …

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What is Chinese new year and why is it celebrated?

What is Chinese new year and why is it celebrated?

Chinese New Year is an occasion for thanksgiving and family reunion. It is a way to give honor to the family ancestors, the god, and the Heaven and Earth.There are Chinese people living in every part of the world including India. Chinese New Year is celebrated in India but on a smaller scale.The first day of Chinese New Year starts …

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A Lantern As Big As A House – Sybil Wettasinghe

The festival of Vesak takes place in May, at a time when the full moon seems to shine with special brightness and splendor. It is a feast in honor of the Lord Buddha, and people’s hearts are filled with fervor as they flock to their temples to honor him. They bring offerings of milk-and-rice gruel and long thin sticks of …

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