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Diwali 2017

Diwali Celebration

  Diwali, the ancient Indian festival, has been celebrated for ages in various parts of the country with great enthusiasm and fun. With many religious significances associated with the festival, there are various ways of celebrating this festival too in different regions of India. In most parts of India, Diwali is celebrated for five days. • First Day, Dhanteras: Worshipping of Lord Yama and buying of metal objects • Second Day, Choti Diwali, Roop Chaturdashi, [...]Read More

October 11, 2017
Diwali Sweets

It is the festive time of the year. Barely a week is left for Diwali, the biggest and most awaited Indian festival. Happiness abounds when family and friends are around. Festivals are synonymous with cherishing the bond of love, happiness and celebrating together. Indian festivals are mingled with a plethora of delicacies, gifts, celebrations, to name a few. Good food is a pleasure for the soul and we Indians love our diverse food. Indian delicacies [...]Read More

October 9, 2017
Eco Friendly Diwali

The much-awaited festival of the year, Diwali, is just around the corner. The auspicious occasion of Diwali is all about spreading happiness, illuminating lives and cherishing the humanitarian bond. With rampant air and noise pollution, it is becoming difficult for people to even breathe fresh air these days. So, it is advisable to go green this Diwali. Opt for environmentally friendly ways to celebrate Diwali which not only helps in illuminating your life but that [...]Read More

November 5, 2016
Delhi chokes under blanket of smog after Diwali Celebrations

Delhi-NCR woke up to a smo- filled morning for the fifth consecutive day after this year’s Diwali festivities. Air pollution levels were found to have hit a record high on November 4, 2016. The levels of particulate matter (PM) 10 and 2.5 (the two deadliest components of air pollution) were recorded as almost 10 times above the safe limit, by the Union government’s System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), a day [...]Read More

October 25, 2016
Is Diwali turning us into hypocrites?

Barack Obama visited New Delhi during 2015 and at that time the US Embassy had bought around 1800 indoor air purifiers in order to safeguard its employees. The news sparked off plenty of negative emotions among the common people as well as the higher-ups in the capital city. The citizens were disgusted at what they felt was lack of sufficient action from the state government to keep the city clean. The bureaucrats and politicians expressed [...]Read More

October 13, 2016
Festival Discounts and Offers on Cars

It is Diwali season and it is time to indulge in big spending and big savings! From cars to two-wheelers, it’s raining deals. To help you try and go through some of the best deals on offer, we have prepared a short list of offers that you might want to consider. Take a look. Read: Diwali Festival Offers and Discount Coupons on Smartphones Passenger Cars Offers Tata Motors The company has launched ‘Har Week Diwali’ offer [...]Read More

October 11, 2016
Diwali Essay Ideas for Students

Writing an essay on Diwali can be tricky, but it is by no means impossible. Here is a brief write-up on Diwali that can be used as a reference point by school, or college students. Have a fabulous Diwali! Deepavali in Sanskrit, or Diwali, the more popular name today, is perhaps the most celebrated Hindu festival in India and stands out as a festival of sparkling lights, fun and joy, a time for creative Rangoli [...]Read More

October 10, 2016
Chinese Products Banned in India on this Diwali

On 8th October, 2016, a village court at Obra panchayat in Aurangabad, Bihar banned all Chinese goods from being bought or sold in the region in the wake of China’s support of Pakistan on the recent Uri attack. The gram kachahri has also branded China an enemy for its stance on Pakistan (and Kashmir) and passed a consensus-based provision that will see people punished in case they are found violating this order. Read: Impact of [...]Read More

A pollution free Diwali

Diwali or Deepavali, also known as the festival of lights, is a major festival in India and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervour. Celebrated on the 14th day of the Kartik month as per the Hindu Lunar calendar, it is believed that on this day Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after an exile of 14 years. The people of Ayodhya celebrated the joyous occasion of the return of their favourite Lord by cleaning their [...]Read More



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