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No Onion No Garlic Food Recipes

Here is a list of food recipes that contains no onion and no garlic in them. It can also be called as Jain food. 79 more words


Gurpurab Diya Lakh Lakh Vadhaiyaan!

At Gurdwara Dam Dama Sahib, Delhi

Sikhism teaches us to work hard and with honesty, to have faith in god, and to share with the needy. 472 more words


Durga Puja The Biggest Festival in Kolkata

Durgotsav or Durga Puja is the festival when goddess Durga is worshipped. But for people in Kolkata, this is an extravaganza, it’s much more than just a festival; it means family reunion, new dresses, adda (chat), bhog, food, an exhibition of finest craftsman, which can be appreciated and cherished by pandal hopping. 777 more words


Happy Chhath Puja to all!

Warm wishes to everyone who celebrates Chhath Puja! This festival is for all irrespective of religion, caste, class, gender or any other form of discrimination that may exist. 70 more words


Rangoli-the art of the moment: A tutorial on making your own design

Growing up in a small town in Bengal, Diwali was always the day of Kalipujo! While the rest of India celebrates Diwali, the eastern part of the country (mostly West Bengal, Orissa, Tripura and Assam) celebrates another festival named Kalipuja, which falls on the same day as Diwali. 1,284 more words


Chhath Puja- More Than Just a Festival for Biharis

Chhath Puja for Bihar is not just any other festival…it’s an indescribable emotion…one that speaks highly of our deep rooted Bihari culture and heritage. Such is the significance and reverence of… 332 more words


Diwali Festival 2017

Diwali, the festival of lights is indeed the most awaited and the most celebrated festivals of India.

This wonderful festival is the celebration of five days. 74 more words