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The Carnival of Colours

Does one know of any other festival in the world where the celebrants repeatedly and vociferously assert that it is, it is; and, that one should not mind it: ‘Holi Hai! 625 more words



(By Shindu)


India is a land of festivals. Celebrations come in all sizes. When the sun enters the winter solstice during December 21 & 22 in the northern hemisphere, the days become shorter and the nights increase. 512 more words

India Rondreizen

Festivals of India

“Festival Time”.
Wish you a happy time through the festivals of India includes every single carnival that we are living from time to time & life to life , for today it my few favourite celebrated festivals and what I have experienced through my era, 252 more words

Makar Sankranti 

Today is the Festival which brings people together to celebrate the beginning of Uttarayan. The Shishir rutu with it’s winter chills is part of The “Aadaan Kaal”. 243 more words


To new beginnings.

Makar Sankranti is the beginning of hope. Among all other Indian festivals, Makar Sankranti holds the distinction of being the first festival in a calendar year that celebrates nature, seasonal change and agriculture, which form the basics of healthy living. 384 more words

Desi Food

Top Destinations in India Where Makar Sankranti Celebrated With Passion

The date 14th January, everyone eagerly waits for it. An auspicious occasion i.e. Makar Sankranti is celebrated on this day at various places of… 505 more words

Makar Sankranti All Over India

The Indian Festival At Al Qasba In Sharjah 

From 16th to 20th of November 2016, Al Qasba in Sharjah held the inaugural four-day Indian Festival. This four day fest celebrated Indian culture, art, handicrafts, music, folk dance and food. 242 more words