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Mothers Day Gifts Ideas: Innovative Gifts to Surprise Your Mom

02nd April 2012
When it comes to Mother’s Day celebrations, a few iconic mothers from Indian mythology come to my mind. And one of my all-time favourite moms is Yashoda – a foster-mother of Lord Krishna. Now if you ask me why, here is a short tale. But before you read th... Read >
Author: infibeam

Interesting facts about the history of belts

15th February 2012
Belts are being used in India since Indus Valley civilization for holding the upper attire on place as well as like a fashion accessory. Belts have been the part of women and men clothing since Indus Valley civilization. These were designed in severa... Read >
Author: lifefashion

History of Hawa Mahal – Jaypur Travel tour

27th January 2012
The Hawa Mahal is situated on the main road in the heart of Jaipur's business centre. The meaning of Hawa is Wind and Mahal is Palace, so we can also call it "Palace of Winds" or "Palace of the Breeze". It was designed with red and pink sandstones in the... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

Features of Taj Mahal Tour

26th January 2012
The Taj Mahal was constructed using materials from all over India and Asia. The buildings are constructed with walls of brick and rubble inner cores faced with either marble or sandstone locked together with iron dowels and clamps. Some of the walls of th... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

English Medium Schools in Burari for childhood education

26th September 2011
Burari is an ancient village ad joining to Yamuna River. Earlier it was part of Bhalaswa jahangirpuri Vidhan Sabha constituency but now it is a separate Vidhan Sabha seat named Burari (AC-2). This place is said to be connected to Lord Krishna in MAHABHARA... Read >
Author: kumaratul

Kanpur and Bithoor – Hearts of Uttar Pradesh

21st July 2011
Kanpur: Kanpur is ninth most populous city and is largest within the state of Uttar Pradesh. Kanpur has its own historical, religious and commercial importance. Kanpur is home to the globally famous IIT. It is the second largest city of the Hindi-speaking... Read >
Author: Ayush Aggarwal

Chennai Kanchipuram Mahabalipuram Tours in South India

17th February 2011
Chennai, Kanchipuram and Mahabalipuram form a great tourist circuit called golden triangle of south India. These are three important cities and very popular tourist destinations located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. On this exciting tour in Southern ... Read >
Author: Prithvi Raj

Tattoo Designs - 2 Sanskrit Tattoo Designs And Their Meaning

12th January 2011
Sanskrit is a language that dates back about 3500 years but survives today in Hindu and Buddhist sacred writings and liturgy. It has come to the fore in recent years with Madonna using it in at least two of her songs. Also, it was used in the final film i... Read >
Author: William Burnell

The story of Raksha Bandhan

11th August 2010
Every year brothers and sisters all over India celebrate Raksha Bandhan. The occasion is meant to sanctify and reaffirm the relationship that they share. The sisters will tie a colored thread, known as a rakhi, on the right hand of the brother to let him ... Read >
Author: Dave

BHAGAVAD GITA: The holy Book

22nd September 2009
The Bhagavad-Gita Gita is one of the most important Hindu scriptures and considered as one of the most important philosophical classics of the world. Bhagavad-Gita is also known as Gitopanishad. It is the essence of Vedic knowledge and one of the most imp... Read >
Author: santosh bhol

Guruvayoor Tour

10th July 2009
Guruvayoor Even if you are remotely acquainted with Hindu culture, religion or mythology, the name "Guruvayur" should strike a familiar chord with you. A thriving township in Trichur district of Kerala state in the South of India, its scenic beauty and s... Read >
Author: karthikeyan

Kerala Temples

20th November 2008
Kerala Temples When it comes to temples, probably Kerala's temples are not that well known as other South Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. But they are still every bit worth a visit and carry their own way of expressing the de... Read >
Author: Jaipur Travel Guide

History Of Sarees

02nd September 2008
Sarees The history and origin of sari seems to date back to the period of the establishment of civilization. Evidence states that women in the Indus Valley civilization used to cover themselves with a long piece of cloth, draped like a trouser. His... Read >
Author: Saiera Hilton
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