Diwali is a festival of lights. The festival symbolises the victory of light over the darkness. On the auspicious occasion of Diwali, people decorate their homes and workspace areas with aromatic candles, beautiful flowers, colourful lamps or Diyas. Diwali is a five-day festival, start with Dhanteras and end on Bhai Dooj. Continue reading “How To Get The Best Diwali Gifts For Your Loved Ones”
A handicraft reveals the rich and diverse tradition of the respective country. The taste of crafting the beautiful handicraft is varied from person to person. Traditionally, the handicrafts were crafted with hands, but these days people do use modern types of equipment to give handicrafts a classy finish. Continue reading “Finding And Buying Handicrafts Online”
Celebrated during the months of July and August, Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan is one of the most popular festivals that bring together brothers and sisters to honour relationship of being siblings. Siblings are considered to be the best friends that God gifts without asking for them.
India is probably one country that cannot be ignored when it comes festivals and movies. Indian movies, especially Bollywood or Hindi movies, hold a special place in people’s mind when it comes to celebrating and showcasing different kinds of human relationships. Continue reading “5 Bollywood Movies Reflecting Celebration of Raksha Bandhan”
Eid is an occasion of celebrating with the dear ones the first day of Shawwal by participating the communal prayers as well as by listening to a sermon at Eid al-Fitr. Continue reading “Some Fascinating Gifting Ideas For Eid”
One of the best ways to reminisce the good old days when the entire family used to be together during each and every festival is to go through the family albums. Memories keep flowing in and so does the varied experiences that one went through in each of those festivals. For most of the Indians, celebrating Rakhi is equally significant as is celebrating the Diwali or Holi. Continue reading “Now, It’s Difficult To Miss Send Rakhi Gift Hampers For Brothers”