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Happy Dhanteras

HAPPY DHANTERAS!May Dhanwantari bless you with a long healthy life.
by Shankhnaad on Oct 28, 2016

Indian Culture General knowledge for ssc, upsc and Ias exam-Pdf download

Advertisement Indian Culture: Basically India is popular for own culture amongst all the countries; Indian culture is one of the known cultures to humanity. Although it is very difficult to defined Indian culture heritage of India but still an attemp...
by Bankers Herald on Jul 9, 2015

Happy Holi

Holi is the time to burn the old, and welcome the new; let go of the past regrets and guilt, and walk towards the future with hope. It is the time to play with colours; spread the colours of love, joy, and happiness in everyone’s life. Enjoy t...
by The sea and me on Mar 3, 2015

Rose Day Images 2015 Of Hot Girls

I am again welcome you all to my happy valentines week blog, hope you having fun here. For new visitors, this is a blog specially made for valentines lovers and its include sms, pictures, quotes, saying, wishes, wallpapers and lots more cool thing. L...
by valentines day 2015 on Jan 23, 2015

Birla Temple, Shahad

Shahad is a small town, next to Kalyan. It is home to a very beautiful Vishnu temple, also known as Birla temple(as it is built by the Birla family). It is located near the Century Rayon Company, on a small hill surrounded by lush green trees. You ha...
by The sea and me on Aug 26, 2014

Birla Temple, Shahad

Shahad is a small town, next to Kalyan. It is home to a very beautiful Vishnu temple, also known as Birla temple(as it is built by the Birla family). It is located near the Century Rayon Company, on a small hill surrounded by lush green trees. You ha...
by The sea and me on Aug 26, 2014

Ganesh temple

Upvan lake is an eco-friendly lake surrounded by Yeoor hills, in Thane city. Besides the lake is a beautiful Ganesh temple. Earlier, it was a small temple which was renovated some ten years back with corporate grandeur. Now, the temple is back to its...
by The sea and me on Aug 19, 2014

Ganesh temple

Upvan lake is an eco-friendly lake surrounded by Yeoor hills, in Thane city. Besides the lake is a beautiful Ganesh temple. Earlier, it was a small temple which was renovated some ten years back with corporate grandeur. Now, the temple is back to its...
by The sea and me on Aug 19, 2014

Basilica of Bom Jesus-2

I had already posted a picture of Basilica of Bom Jesus here. Since, the earlier photograph was dark and the finer architectural details weren’t clear, here’s other one. This photograph shows the view from the other side.  ...
by The sea and me on Dec 4, 2013

Rangoli-2

Diwali has come and gone. All the radiance and decorations will soon become a distant memory. I hope that the spirit of the festival continues in our heart. The light and laughter which filled the festival visits us everyday.
by The sea and me on Nov 8, 2013

Rangoli -1

  Diwali is the time when you get the chance to adorn your house with decorations. Rangoli is one of those adornments.  It is a decorative design drawn in living rooms and front of the houses. It serves as a welcome sign too.  ...
by The sea and me on Nov 7, 2013

Diwali, the festival of lights – Top places to celebrate Diwali

In the past, I have mentioned numerous reasons to visit India. But it seems as if I have forgotten to mention Diwali. Thanks to the Indian Diaspora, Diwali is being celebrated around the world and people all over the globe are getting to know about t...
by Guide to India on Nov 3, 2013

10 Cultural Clashes I've Faced in India

I was surfing the internet and was reading various articles about the clashes of different cultures between expats and natives. Not so much in India, but I just find cultural stuff fascinating. That's what's inspired this, not any recent incident, th...
by the Songs on the Way on Oct 23, 2013

The Proud Tribals of North East India

There are a total of 645 district tribes in India. In Indian context, tribes consist of those social groups which do not fall under general pattern of classification. Such tribes have existed since the beginning of the Hindu civilization. Tribal grou...

I is for India!

Patriotic Post this one! 5 TOP reasons why I love India:Indian Flag1) People. So many of them.More than digestible number of people under poverty line. But still they have smiles on their faces when they greet someone.Population : 1,241,491,960 as of...
by Circles in the sand on Apr 10, 2013

Expat Diaries

Okay so when I get on blogger there's a feed of the new posts of the all the blogs I follow and I totally saw someone participating in the "Expat Diaries" link-up and I was like "yes! I've been looking for something like that!" S...
by the Songs on the Way on Apr 5, 2013

Culture Shock

Sometimes I just can't believe I'm in India. the local shops around the corner Okay so you guys have been asking for more about life here. It's hard to write about. I have been having culture shock. Not the first two weeks, those I thought of a...
by the Songs on the Way on Jan 3, 2013

Meaning of Namaste

Namaste is a popular greeting in India, Nepal and countries where Hindu population are in large numbers. Like Arabic ‘Salam Aleikum’ or Spanish ‘Adios’, ‘Namaste’ crosses the boundaries of language and region. Irrespective...
by Guide to India on Nov 17, 2012

Culture of India

Culture of India is a complex phenomenon. In its broadest sense, it includes everything a society does. It can also be limited to a particular social class (working class culture) or genre (literature, music). Still it’s always near to impossib...
by Guide to India on Oct 29, 2012

Rajputs of Rajasthan

The word “Rajputs” translates literally as “sons of kings”. Among the warrior castes of north western India, Rajputs are famous for their chivalry, gallantry, their zest for life and the pride they take in being associated with their culture,...
by Guide to India on Sep 9, 2012
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