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Top 5 Republic Day Breakfasts That You Can Make
With Indian Republic Day fast approaching, how do you plan to instil the spirit of patriotism in your family? Well, as the entire nation gears up to celebrate the day in its own way, you can do so too with a special Republic Day breakfast!... -
Chhath Puja Celebrations
Chhath Puja is a traditional festival celebrated in the Indian States of Bihar, Jharkhand, and eastern part of Uttar Pradesh . It is the only Vedic festival, dedicated to the Sun God. Although the ritual takes pace twice a year, the Kartik Chhath in the... -
Top 18 Popular Diwali Dishes
Diwali is one of the most popular festivals of India, also called as “Deepavali”. Diwali is commonly known as the festival of lights, with the day falling between mid October – mid November, 19 days after the festival of Dussehra. People light lamps,... -
Top 9 Popular Diwali Snacks
Diwali, popularly known as the festival of lights, is celebrated all over India and in many other countries viz. Nepal, Sri Lanka, Mauritius etc to celebrate the victory of good over evil. The festival is meant to celebrate the return of Lord Rama to his... -
Popular Karva Chauth Recipes
Karva Chauth is one of the important festivals for most of the Indian ladies who keep a fast on that day for the healthy and long life of their husbands. On this day, the women eat food before sunrise and then do not eat or drink anything the whole... -
Top 6 Popular Navratri Recipes
Navratri is one of the most auspicious festivals celebrated in India over a period of nine days. During these days, nine different avatars of “Devi Durga” are worshipped. The most common rituals observed during Navratri Puja include the following: ... -
Top 6 Microwave Dussehra Dishes
Dussehra or Vijayadashami is one of the most important festivals celebrated across India . While the people rejoice at the triumph of good over the evil forces, the celebrations are incomplete without various delicacies, both savory and sweet . However,... -
Top 10 Food Jaunts To Celebrate Aug 15
Wanna celebrate this Independence Day with some tummy-friendly food? Well, here are the top 10 jaunts in Mumbai, where you can celebrate August 15 or any other date in the company of State-specific cuisines. Some of these places were opened long ago while... -
Top 5 Dishes For Vishu
Even though the Malayalam calendar begins with the month of Chingam, Vishu marks the Puthuvarsham or New Year. The vishukkani [as shown in the picture above] marks the auspicious beginning of a prosperous year, followed by the... -
Top 10 Dishes For Baisakhi
Indian festivities are characterized by the presence of rich and sumptuous dishes. The case remains the same with Baisakhi dishes too. According to the Sikh calendar – Nanakshahi – Baisakhi , the New Year for the Skihs, falls on April 13 every year.... -
Popular Dussehra Dishes – Celebrate The Victory Of Good Over Evil
Dussehra, also called Dasara, Dashera, and Dussera, is a festival meant to celebrate the victory of good over evil. Celebrated in Northern India as Dussehra and in West Bengal as Durga Puja (9 days of reverence), this festival holds different significance for... -
Onam Sadya Menu - A Grand Feast To Celebrate Harvest
Onam Sadya (or Onasadya, Onam Sadhya) is a major highlight of the harvest festival of Kerala, Onam. This grand feast is basically a nine-course meal made up of about 15 essential dishes and side dishes, although you can serve anywhere between 12 and 16... -
Traditional Indian Food For Lohri
Lohri is an auspicious occasion celebrated in Punjab, a northern state of India. It is basically a festival associated with the harvesting of winter crops and marks the end of a long, cold winter. Traditional Indian food is prepared in the kitchens with... -
Top 10 Onam Dishes To Serve
Onam, celebrated in the Malayalam month of Chingam, is an important festival for the people of Kerala. Here are the top 10 Onam Foods enjoyed by Malayalees during the festival:
1. Avial : This is a vegetable curry made from all... -
Top 5 Navratri Foods To Serve
Navratri, the festival of nine nights devoted to the various avatars of Goddess Durga, is celebrated throughout India. These festive days are marked with fasting and feasting in equal measures. To give you a taste of Navratri food, here is a list of top 10... -
Onam Festival Is Lovely - Onam Feast Even Lovelier
Finally, Onam festival is here; to put it plain, it is basically that time of the year when kids are excited and start dreaming about having for them a pair of new dress. Or may be, Oman festival strikes in that time of the year, when you... -
How Are Indian Holidays Celebrated?
How are Indian holidays typically celebrated? As a country with thousands of years of history, India has many holidays and festivals. Although some holidays are celebrated differently within each region of India, there are also some common holidays where... -
Chhath Pooja:an Eco-freindly Food Festival !
Chhath Puja is one of the holiest festivals in Hindu Religion. It is especially celebrated by people originating from Bihar ,who are distributed world-wide. It is after six days of Diwali.
Devotees are gearing up for Chhath... -
Durga-puja Celebrations At Delhi
Exclusive Visuals of Durga -Puja Festival from DELHI:
Grand view of a Goddess Durga in a pandal at CR PARK!
Devotees are in full Devotional mood!
Navaratri Celebrations At The Chattarpur Temple!
The Chattarpur temple in Delhi ,India , is a temple built in honour of the Hindu Goddess Durga , while you can worship Shiva ,Vishnu , Lakshmi or Ganesh in adjoining temples. During Navaratries , this place attracts a large number of devotees, who gather here... -
Navaratri's Unique Fasting Culture!
Navratri is a Hindu festival of worship and dance. It is also famous for its unique fasting culture. During Navaratri fasting is a common Phenomena. Fasting is a very integral part of the Hindu religion. Individuals observe different kinds of... -
Navaratri With Delicious Sweets!
Navaratri is being celebrated throughout India with traditional flavour and geity. Navratri is a Hindu festival of worshiping Goddess Durga .
Delicious sweets menu for making Navaratri more Delicious:
1. GAZAR HALWA:
Bhandara :a Unique Food Tradition During Navaratri!
Navaratri is being celebrated throughout India with traditional flavour and geity. Navratri is a Hindu festival of worshiping Goddess Durga . The festival is celebrated for nine nights twice every year during mid-March and the... -
Ganesh Festival Campaign
(Sattvik Picture of Lord Ganesh by Sanatan Sanstha)
Ganesh Chaturthi Festival is a day on which Lord Ganesha Lord , the son of Shiva and Parvati , is believed to bestow his presence on... -
Today is Janmashtami . Janmashtami is celebrated in India to mark the birth of Lord Krishna . The rituals and customs observed on this day are varied. There’s fasting by devotees, chanting of mantras and shlokas, singing devotional songs, dancing to... -
Krishna: Kansa Vadh On Janmashtami
CN brings television premiere of Krishna: Kansa Vadh on Janmashtami
After reading of Lord Krishna from Ganesh this article reallt caught my eye. I am hoping Dish carries this channel for this fabulous program on tonight and tomorrow night. I... -
Midnight Birthday Festival
Now India ready for celebrating one of the most popular midnight birthday festival Krisna Janmashtami.
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Punjabis Celebrating Baisakhi !!!
Baisakhi is the one of the major festivals of Sikhs and celebrated with lot of enthusiasm .Baishakhi festival falls on the first day of vaishakh month(April-May)according to Nanakshahi or Sikh calendar. It is celebrated as a harvest festival by the large... -
This year the Hindu festival Maha Shivaratri was celebrated on 4 March 2000. Shivaratri, literally 'the great night of Shiva' falls on 13-14th day of Magah krishna paksha in Maga month of Indian calender corresponding... -
Makar Sankranti: A Harvesting Festival!
Makar Sankranti is a mid-winter festival of India and Nepal. The festival is celebrated to mark the transition of the Sun from Sagittarius to Capricorn during the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere (or the beginning of Uttarayana).