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13, Jul 2021, by : FnF Correspondent

The Annual Rath Yatra Festival was celebrated in Bengaluru amidst covid restrictions commencing from the wee hours of the day, the religious rituals like Mangala Arti, Abakash, Mailan, Worshipping Sun, Worshipping Gatekeepers and SahRead News

13, Jul 2021, by : FnF Correspondent

The Annual Rath Yatra Festival was held at the Jagannath Temple situated at Adalaj in between Ahmedabad and Gandhi Nagar amidst covid restrictions. Organised by the Temple Management body shree Jagannath Cultural Academy and Research Center (JCARC) the chariot pulling ceremony was conducted in Read News

08, Jul 2021, by : FnF Correspondent

The other highlights of the auspicious Event includes the opening of the Ananda Bazar by Dr. Nityananda Upadhyaya and Mrs. Pragyan Upadhyaya and inauguration of Shri Sitaram Foundation Hall by Dr. Arun Verma and Smt Vinni Verma. Read News

11, Jun 2021, by : FnF Correspondent

The Newly built Shree Gundicha Temple inside the premises of Hindu Temple at the state of Minnesota in U.S.A. is scheduled to be inaugurated on Sunday 13th June 2021 at 10.30 a.m. morning American time. Read News

19, Mar 2021, by : FnF Correspondent

In view of the Holi festival and manage rush, Indian Railways has planned to run special train services in March to ensure smooth and comfortable travel of the passengers. Northern Railway has announced 18 pairs of new special trains during Holi, and passengers are expected to follow all Covid-19 related protocols and guidelines during their journey. Read News

16, Nov 2020, by : FnF Correspondent

Delhi: In view of the coronavirus pandemic, the Jharkhand government has made the move to ban Chhath Puja in waterbodies and have issued a set of guidelines for the day.The Jharkhand government citing the coronavirus pandemic issued a notification stating that there will be a ban in the Chhath Puja in water bodies as it will make maintaining 6ft distance close to impossmeasure.Read News

14, Nov 2020, by : FnF Correspondent

Delhi: Keeping up the traditions started by him, this year Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Jaisalmer today to celebrate Diwali with the Army Jawans and Border Security Force (BSF) jawans. During his address there PM Modi remembered the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the battle of Longewala. PM said," Noone has forgotten the valour of the soldiers in the battle of Longewala and the country salutes Brigadier Kuldip Singh Chandpuri, the hero of the battle who showed Pakistan the strength of the army."Read News

14, Nov 2020, by : FnF Correspondent

PM Modi started his address by greeting the nation a happy and prosperous Diwali. PM Modi said that he feels great to share the festival with the soldiers who are never off duty and even congratulated the families and parents of the soldiers who are celebrating the festival of lights aways from their children.Read News

14, Nov 2020, by : FnF Correspondent

With rising pollution levels, green crackers have become the go-to option this Diwali. These are supposed to cause 30 percent less pollution than conventional fireworks. Green crackers are only found in India and in 2019 when they were first released it was touted as 'eco-friendly' by Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan.Read News

20, Aug 2020, by : FnF Correspondent

Muharram 2020: After Ramzan, Muharram is the holiest month for Muslims around the world. It is considered to be the first month in the Islamic calendar or the Hijri calendar. The tenth day of Muharram is known as the Day of Ashura. It marks the day that Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, was martyred in the Battle of Karbala. This is an important day especially for Shia Muslims who observe 'mourning rituals' for honouring the martyrdom of Ḥusayn ibn ʿAlī and his family. They honour the martyrs by prayer and abstinencRead News

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