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13, Mar 2017, by : FnF Desk

India celebrates festivals of colors. A festival of love and joy. The festival of Holi is as much about color, happiness and revelry, as it is about indulging in mouthwatering signature delicacies. Read News

24, Feb 2017, by : Sheikh Qayoom

The auspicious occasion of Maha Shivratri came as a grim reminder of what and how much Kashmir has lost in its values, traditions and heritage during the last 27 years of violence.Read News

01, Feb 2017, by : FnF Desk

Basant Panchami marks the onset of spring. Considered as an auspicious day, the festival celebrated in different states of India, according to the Hindu calendar and falls on the fifth day (Panchami) of the Hindu month of Magha. There are many interesting stories associated with Basant Panchami celebrations. Read News

21, Jan 2017, by : Vishal Gulati

Traditional apple-growing villagers around this tourist resort in Himachal Pradesh are wrapping themselves up in thick blankets as they prepare to observe silence for almost a month in a hoary religious tradition. Read News

25, Dec 2016, by : Aditya Baruah

With the mercury dipping, people in Assam, particularly in the rural areas, are switching to celebration mode with the Na Khowa festival, an age-old ritual of community feasts organised to thank the gods for a good harvest.Read News

06, Nov 2016, by : Imran Khan

With four-day 'Chhath' festival underway, it is celebration time in thousands of villages of Bihar. Over a million migrant workers are returning home with broad smiles and pockets full for the festive time with their near and dear ones.Read News

30, Oct 2016, by : Satya Narayan Sahu

Light is central to spirituality, philosophy, and several religions as also to science and other disciplines Ancient wisdom enshrined in several Sanskrit Shlokas celebrate light and invoke it to dispel darkness and usher in awakening, wisdom and enlightenment. Read News

11, Oct 2016, by : FnF Desk

The popular version of the Ramayana depicts Ravana as a uni-dimensional character, an anti-hero, blinded by revenge and lust and bereft of nuances. That simplified and condensed version is the one we pass on to our children.Read News

18, Sep 2016, by : Kushagra Dixit

Carrying the 'asthi kalash' -- pots containing the ashes of the cremated -- of 160 Pakistani Hindus, Ramnath Maharaj, a Karachi temple priest, is in India to immerse the ashes in the holy Ganga river at HaridwarRead News

30, May 2016, by : Iboyaima Laithangbam

The chief minister urged the Manipuris in Myanmar to preserve their culture and live as Manipuris. His interaction with the Manipuri community has had an impact: there's a serious endeavour today to revive the Manipuri culture in Myanmar.Read News

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