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• 1 year ago
Ye Diwali Vidya WaliIn Diwali Utsav, a lit lamp is an important symbol, and in Indian tradition, light is associated with wisdom.
• 1 year ago
In past times our ancestors celebrated didn’t focus much on sustainable Diwali as at that time the plastic and amount...
• 1 year ago
PLANT A MEMORY, PLANT A TREE, DO IT TODAY, FOR TOMORROW
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make diye wali diwali more special for us and also for them by celebrating
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Diwali is a season of happiness, joy, and fun. People meet each other; take blessings from elders. That’s why it is known as a festival of lights and joy.
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What are your plans for this coming Diwali? Will your coming Diwali be ECO-PATAKE wali? Diwali is the most anticipated...
• 1 year ago
The battle between Durga puja as a festival and the global wide pandemic Covid 19.
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Durga Puja, being one of the biggest celebrations in India, is the symbol glorifying feminine power. This festival holds immense...
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~Saniya Mishra The name Navratri means “nine nights“; nava means “nine” and ratri means “nights.” Nine various manifestations of the...
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West Bengal, being the origin of Durga Puja celebrations in India, witnesses few of the largest Durga Puja Pandals, commemorating...
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Mahishasura was a tyrant who ruled the world. He was half-demon, half-buffalo. He meditated for thousands of years in order...
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Durga Pooja is a festival mainly celebrated in the parts of West Bengal and Kolkata, where Lord Durga is worshiped...
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Diwali’s five-day festival is Laxmi Puja the third and most important day. It commemorates the triumph of good over evil...
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The festival of lights, Diwali, is a sign of joy, pleasure, and celebrations. It is also the celebration of a...
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Significance of Naraka Chaturdashi lies in the ancient stories of the Indian Histroy. Naraka Chaturdashi is celebrated in the name...
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Narak Chaturdashi is being commended on the fourteenth day of Krishna Paksha in the month of Ashwin of the Hindu...
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Dhanteras is a Hindu festival that takes place two days before Diwali throughout the country. Dhanteras, also known as Dhantrayodashi,...
• 1 year ago
Every year in the months of October and November, Hindus all over the world celebrate Diwali, also known as Deepavali,...
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Introduction- During my all years of living, I found that our Indian historical documents have the same depth as they...
• 1 year ago
Deepavali, also known as Diwali, is the Festival of Lights, celebrated with zeal and merriment. DEEPAVALI, also known as Diwali,...

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