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Eco-Friendly Diwali

November 13, 2018

  There is no, and cannot be, any situation in which we don’t respect the law and the judiciary. It is unacceptable to attack the courts; criticism is allowed, but attacks are not. It shakes the basis of our democracy. -Reuven Rivlin Rivlin might have had Israel in his mind as he uttered those words, but they fit just as aptly in the Indian scenario. Established on 28th January 1950 (as the Supreme Court of [...]Read More

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 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

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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