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25th February 2011
Rakhsa Bandhan is one of the most popular festival celebrated with pomp and grandeur. Also known as Rakhi across the world, this festival is primarily a north Indian festival that is celebrated by all brothers and sisters to express their deep emotions, l... Read >
Author: Sanjay Roy

Lumba Rakhi Specially For Bhabhi

15th February 2011
India is such a country, where people of different caste and religion live together in harmony. Among various festivals, Rakhi is celebrated with great pomp and show by the Indians all over the world. With contemporary times, the tradition of Rakhi has al... Read >
Author: yashmisra

The Traditional Life of a Masai Boy

08th July 2010
When a male child is born, unlike in other communities, there is no pomp and celebration. The parents do not even give him a name or introduce him to the society. This is because of the high infant mortality rate in the community. If he survives the first... Read >
Author: Owen Kenya Safaris

A First Holy Communion Is A stepping Stone In A Young Persons Life

05th February 2010
The holy service of first communion is one involving tremendous significance to each and every small boy and girl of Roman Catholic upbringing. Although some Protestant and other faiths also observe this particular practice, it really is a lot more common... Read >
Author: jermaineparisn

Indian wedding cards

11th December 2008
India is a land of great diversity, it is full of colors. A multitude of religions exist under the Indian sky, they all have unique ceremonies and rituals associated with them. Wedding is one of the most important events of an individual, as well as a fam... Read >
Author: Ricky Lee

Indian Christmas Clothing

14th August 2008
Christmas in India is celebrated with much pomp and splendour all across the country. However the nature in which it is celebrated is as diverse as the cultures and communities that exist within India. Achieving secular overtones gradually, Indian's have ... Read >
Author: Jennie
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