Culture & Tradition of India

India boasts of strong culture & traditions. This category introduces you to different aspects of Indian cultural traditions.

Maa Durga Aarti (Prayer) in Hindi & English

नवरात्रि में नवदुर्गा के नौ रूप - 9 Forms of Navdurga in Navratri

Durga means the one who is difficult to reach. Devi Durga in the Hindu religion is the name of the Goddess who is the reincarnation of “Shakti“. She is also known by many other names like Parvati, Ambika or Santoshi Mata. Destroyer of demons and demolishes evil, she is worshiped during the ten days long festival of Durga puja. During …

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Navratri Aarti: Navratri Devotional Bhajans

Mahendra Kapoor Navratri Special Bhajan: Maa Jaya Aadhya Shakti

Navratri Aarti: Navratri Devotional Bhajans And Songs: India is a land of colorful and vibrant festivals. Out of the clutter of festivals, Navratri stands as a prominent occasion, celebrated by people across the length and breadth of the country. It is celebrated in different ways, though the reason is the same – to commemorate the victory of good over the …

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Navratri Songs with lyrics: Navratri Videos

Navratri Songs

Navratri Songs with lyrics: Navratri – the nine nights of worshiping, devotion and celebration – is observed throughout the country and every region has a unique way of celebrating it. Despite the difference in the mode of celebration, the word Navratri at once brings to our mind Goddess Durga, lights, devotional music, crowded puja venue full of smiling faces, people …

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Hindi Diwas Importance For Students

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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Hindi Diwas Activities For Students

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 Celebration For Students

Hindu Diwas Celebration

Hindi Diwas Celebration For Students: 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 …

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Onam Pookkalam: Kerala Flower Rangoli

Onam Pookkalam – Kerala Culture & Tradition

Onam Pookkalam: Onam is a colorful festival celebrated by Malayalees all over the world. It is the state festival of Kerala (India). Pookkalam, the floral decoration (also known as floral carpet) is one of the most important part of Onam, which is also a harvest festival. Simple as well as intricate floral designs are laid at the verandah of every …

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Onam Wishes For Students And Children

Onam Wishes For Students And Children

Onam Wishes: The state festival of Kerala (India), Onam, is celebrated with zeal. All through the ten days of the festival, the air is filled with excitement, while people are busy in welcoming their King Mahabali. Feasting, laying Pookkalam (floral carpet) on floor, singing songs and shopping are the highlights of the festival. Malayalees from the nook and corner of …

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10 Days of Onam Festival in Kerala State

10 Days of Onam – Kerala Culture & Tradition

10 Days of Onam: The state festival of Kerala, Onam, is a ten-day carnival for all the Malayalees residing in different parts of India and abroad. The festivities, which start from the Attam nakshatram of Chingam (the first Malayalam month) last until Thiruvonam, the tenth day of Onam. In many parts of Kerala, Avittam and Chatayam (the days following Thiruvonam) …

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