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Durga Puja Festival in India 7th - 11th OCT. 2016 Celebration

‘Durga Puja’ or ‘Durga Puja’ as it is called in Bengali is a prominent Hindu festival celebrated annually with fervour by the Bengali community. Usually it is celebrated in the month of September-October each year accordingly. 218 more words

Day 5: Naropa Festival 2016 – Drummer Sivamani & Violinist Deepak Pandit LIVE

Naropa 2016 marks the largest assembly of The Drukpa masters and includes cultural performances by prominent Himalayan artists who also represent the Drukpa community.
One of the most sacred events of the festival is the display of the six boned ornaments belonging to the Naropa, the 11th century saint, by HIs Highness Gyalwang Drukpa himself. 186 more words


Naropa Festival 2016 Diaries: Day 1 of Celebrations Begin! 

Day 1: Naropa Festival 2016 – The Kumbh Mela of the Himalayas
Naropa isn’t just a festival, it is a celebration of the biggest form. This year I was invited to attend the Naropa Festival and I was told almost 5 lakh people will attend. 256 more words


Day 2: Naropa Festival 2016 - Vishal & Shekhar perform LIVE! The magic of the Naropa legacy and music come alive! 

Naropa festival this year is bigger than it was 12 years ago. 1000 years of the Naropa legacy couldn’t have been celebrated any better.
The day started with the congregation of monks and nuns for Puja at the Naro Palace. 223 more words


Riders #73-78: Privacy - Strip club destination awkwardness and throwing Las Vegas trip evidence out the window

No. 73 Rider: Indian festival, something for everyone? Picked up a couple going home from visiting Indian festival. Great place for the ladies to buy jewelry, clothes, and other trinkets. 652 more words


Ganpati Bappa Morya!!

This is the chant with which the entire city of Mumbai bade farewell to their favourite  deity amid festivities. The idols, some more than 50 feet tall, are immersed today. 70 more words


How rental stuffs are interlinked with Ganpati Celebration..??

Ganpati Mahotsav is being celebrated in India on a high scale and no city is untouched with it. Especially the Maharashtrians worship lord Ganesha at an extreme level and change the environment for some time.  530 more words

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