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Karwa Chauth is an auspicious festival celebrated by married women in India. It is a special day of fasting and devotion, and women pray for the longevity and well-being of […]

02 Nov 2023

Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chathurthi, is a vibrant Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Lord Ganesha. The ten-day-long festival is a time of devotion and cultural splendour that […]

09 Sep 2023

Pongal is the harvest festival of South India, celebrated predominantly in Tamil Nadu. The celebration of Pongal is to pay gratitude to the Sun God to seek blessings for a […]

12 Jan 2023

Navratri – a time-honoured tradition that celebrates the Divine feminine. A celebration replete with culture, festivities and spirituality. Navratri means nine nights and is glorified in honour of the many […]

29 Sep 2022

Onam- the most popular harvest festival of Kerala, celebrates the return of King Mahabali. This 10-day long festival is nothing but pure happiness, tradition, harmony, mouth-watering food and decking up […]

09 Sep 2022

Zestful men and women dressed to the nines, dancing and singing around bonfires, is what the Lohri vibe is all about. Bonfires, family gatherings, mouth-watering delicacies, lots of dance and […]

04 Jan 2022

The climax of any Hindu wedding ceremony is the process of “tying the knot”. The priest invokes the blessings of the Almighty by chanting several mantras and hands over the sacred thread […]

19 Nov 2020

The thirteenth lunar day on the Karthik month of the Hindu calendar is called Dhanteras. “Dhan” means wealth and “Theras” meaning the 13th day. It is celebrated two days before Lakshmi […]

05 Nov 2020

The small mandapam inside the temple is decorated beautifully with thousands of sweet smelling blossoms. The soft hymns chanting the almighty’s name and fame could be heard from anywhere in […]

17 Sep 2020

Festivals form the crux of Indian culture and tradition. There are over 30 grand festivals celebrated across the nation. Each festival has great significance with respect to religion, terrain and […]

18 Jul 2020

“Sita Kalyana Vaibhogame Rama Kalyana Vaibhogame” Any Iyer wedding will be incomplete without women singing this to the couple. It is to invoke the blessings of Lord Rama for the […]

18 Jul 2020

Tamil Nadu is the southernmost state of India, located at the tip of the Indian Peninsula. Famous for its classical dance, music, temples, architecture, food, movies, hill stations and pilgrim […]

07 Mar 2019

Rajasthan, which literally means ‘the abode of kings’, is the largest state in the Northwest region of India. The mystical Thar desert, the majestic palaces, ancient forts, awe-inspiring havelis and the […]

05 Mar 2019

The age old traditions that vary through the different parts of the seventh largest state, Karnataka have the people following diverse wedding styles in keeping with the rich diversity of […]

05 Mar 2019

Blessed with white sandy beaches, a beautiful network of backwaters, blue hills and rainforests, Kerala is befittingly called ‘God’s own country’ . ‘Simple living and high thinking’ is a way of life […]

04 Mar 2019