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Moldovan wedding. Wine and Nanasi

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Sine the semester is coming to an end and there’re only few posts have left, I spent some time thinking thoroughly about the topic for my next blog post. 459 more words

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FAQs: My Un-Wedding

I’ve never enjoyed going to weddings and have always been fairly vocal about it, to the point that years later, now that I’m engaged, family and friends have inquired, “Are you having a wedding?” “What is your wedding going to be like?” And people who don’t know me assume that I’m up for doing the whole bread-and-circuses, over-the-top debacle of the traditional modern wedding and ask questions like, “So, what are your colors?” 958 more words

Nowruz Festival

Nowruz, known as the Iranian (Persian) New Year, is one of the most ancient celebrations in history and has been celebrated for around 4000 years. It is an ancient celebration at the exact moment of the vernal equinox as the main event occurring on 20 or 21 March every year. 185 more words


The Rehearsal Dinner

The night before my cousin Lisa’s gorgeous wedding, the bridesmaids and groomsmen took a joyful walk down a flowerless aisle.

practice makes perfect!

We spent about forty-five minutes reviewing the ceremony. 421 more words

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Roy G. Biv.”

Rangoli making is very popular among South Indian people

It is tradition of creating patterns n design on the floor in front of the house

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Coffee Traditions, One Shiny Pot at a Time

I woke up every morning of my childhood, it seems, to the permeating aroma of Maxwell House coffee and the distinctive gurgling, swishing sound of my mother’s percolator. 590 more words


Truck Art in Pakistan by Arman Tejani and Jehanzeb Raza Hussain

The function of ‘tradition’ in the Pakistani society is deep rooted, dating back almost centuries when ironically the country was not even an independent entity; rather it was a part of the larger subcontinent. 1,037 more words