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The Jidai Festival

The Jidai Matsuri is a festival which is held on October 22nd. “Jidai Matsuri” literally means the festival of eras.

This festival is one of the three largest festivals in Kyoto. 213 more words

Kyoto

Govardhan Puja and Vishwakarma Day

Next day after Diwali is celebrated in many parts of India as Govardhan Puja and Vishwakarma Day. In Maharashtra it is celebrated as Padva or BaliPratipada. 455 more words

Festivals Of India

Festival of Lights: enjoy a happy and safe Diwali

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service would like to wish everyone a very happy and safe Diwali …

The festival of lights is a time of celebration for Hindu, Jain and Sikh members of our communities. 198 more words

North Edinburgh News

Nicosia presents a feast of international film

Published in Neos Kosmos, October 2010

Some of the world’s most promising film-makers will be among those taking a walk down the red carpet to participate in a ‘feast’ of cinema presented at the 5th Cyprus International Film Festival (CYIFF) when it opens at the Pantheon Art Cinema in Nicosia next Wednesday. 822 more words

Cyprus

Tokyo Festival: James Gunn Points Laser At Asian Cultural Influences

TOKYO – Considering that his “Guardians of the Galaxy” is one of the biggest commercial successes of the year, director James Gunn’s tributes to film festivals and Asian culture Friday were all the more touching. 193 more words

News

Diwali 'ding dong!' demands

Diwali is also the time where the “Ding dong!” of the doorbell never stops as everyone who provides any kind of service comes with hand extended for money money money! 274 more words

India

New Growth Chart: Reclaiming tradition

October 24, 2014

By Ekta R. Garg

Yesterday was the Indian festival of Diwali, the Festival of Lights, to celebrate the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. 955 more words

Eight-year-olds