An elaborate guide about Raksha Bandhan festival

posted by on 16-3-20 in Other Ceremonies

Raksha Bandhan is the festival that depicts the special bonding between a brother and a sister. This festival ensures that the relationship becomes stronger as they come together to express their love for one another and also pray for their well-being. This festival is known to spread the message of love and care. Significance of […]

Mehendi simple Designs you must try

posted by on 10-3-20 in Lifestyle

Mehendi, commonly known as henna all over the world. Henna is a paste often connected with good luck and positivity. It is one of the most traditional modes of body art founded by humans. Women and girls get their palms and feet loaded with this paste on auspicious occasions. Hence, it may be weddings or […]

The History of Saree: A Brief Look At

posted by on 18-2-20 in Lifestyle

The saree is an integral part of every Indian woman’s wardrobe, but how many of us know about the History of sarees?Read on to find out more.

Bhogi – The first day of Pongal

posted by on 4-1-20 in Tamil Festivals

Bhogi 2020 is on January 14, Tuesday. In some states in southern India, the first day of the (four-day) Pongal festival is known and celebrated as Bhogi. The time corresponds to the final day of the Tamil (calendar) month Margazhi, and according to the Greek calendar, it is usually on 13th January and can also […]

Everything you need to know about Gudi Padwa/ Ugadi

posted by on 11-11-19 in Other Festivals

Indian festivals are all about colours, food, and love. Ugadi, also known as Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra, is a regional festival celebrated mostly in the southern part of India, mainly across Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, and Maharashtra. It is the beginning of the New Year, according to the Hindu Lunar Calendar. Ugadi translates to the […]

There is a scientific reason behind the baby shower ceremony in Tamil Nadu?

posted by on 8-11-19 in Tamil Ceremonies

A baby shower ceremony is known as Valaikappu or Valaipootu in Tamil Nadu. In Tamil, Valai means Valaiyal (Bangles) and Kaapu means protection. In Karnataka, it’s known as Srimantha and in Andhra its called Seemantham, in Kerala it’s known as Puli Kudi. The Tamil baby shower ceremony is carried in all the houses when the women are pregnant. Read on to know more […]

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