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Nabakalebara 2015

Puri, the south-east seashore town in Odisha is the spiritual capital and one of the four dhams has always been known the Rath Yatra or the Chariot festival. 586 more words

Travelling Pants


Pushkaram is an Indian festival dedicated to worshiping of rivers. It is also known as Pushkaralu (in Telugu), Pushkara or Pushkar.

It is celebrated at shrines along the banks of 12 major sacred rivers in India, in form of ancestor worship, spiritual discourses, devotional music and cultural programmes. 401 more words

Holi Hai!

From it’s conception in Korea, five years ago, Holi Hai has grown in its numbers. Once a year on March 16th, the Waygooks of Korea flock to Haeundae beach in Busan to dance, throw color and celebrate the oncoming spring. 544 more words


Kukke Shree Subramanya Temple, Karnataka

Visited the Kukke Shree Subrahmanya Temple in Karnataka recently. The website of the temple –


The road we took was: Bangalore – Channapatna – Hunsur – Kushalnagar – Sullia – Kukke. 509 more words

Culture And Ethos

The White Desert Paradise : Rann Utsav - Gujarat, India

The cool winter breeze and soothing rays of full-moon night will welcome about 8,000 tourists in the Great Rann of Kutch for the three-day longRann Utsav. 180 more words

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West to East: Bull Fighting to Facing the raging bull unarmed - Indian Jallikattu

Every year thousands of thrill-seekers have descended on the small city of Pamelina in northern Spain to take part in the legendary Running of the Bulls.Spanish-style bullfighting is called a corrida de toros (literally a “running of bulls”), tauromaquia or fiesta brava and is practiced in Spain and Mexico, Colombia , Ecuador, Venezeula , Peru, as well as in Southern France. 183 more words

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Eastern World: Festival of the Snake/Nag Panchami - India

India shares a very old bond with snakes. These frightening beings have played a prominent role throughout Indian mythology and folklore.  India is known to many still, as the Land Of Snake Charmers.  283 more words

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