The Feast with Elephant Headed Lord Ganesha

Ganesh Chaturthi or Ganesh Utsav as it is popularly referred, is the most celebrated festival in the Indian state of … Continue reading

Holi Recipes to Add An Extra Edge in Celebrations

Holi the festival of colors is celebrated with zeal and lots of enthusiasm. Celebrations in India is synonymous with food. … Continue reading

Holi – The Colorful Spring Festival of India

Holi the spring festival of India is the brightest of all other Hindu festivals celebrated in India. Holi is mainly … Continue reading

Holi – The Joyous Festival of India

Holi is one of the most colorful Hindu festival celebrated in India. It is a spring festival celebrated with a … Continue reading

Holi Celebrations in India – Photographs of Lathmar Holi

Burst of colors, loud music played all around, vibrant people throwing colors on each other, some dancing away to glory, … Continue reading

Karva Chauth: A Festival to Strengthen the Relationship of Knots

Karva Chauth is celebrated by the married women of North India. It is celebrated nine days before Diwali, on the … Continue reading

Pookalam: The Onam Floral Rangoli

Rangoli is one of the most popular traditional art form in India. It is a kind of decorative motif, usually … Continue reading

Onasadya: The Lavish Onam Feast

Onam is the state festival of Kerala, celebrated throughout the state, country and world wide with great religious fervor and … Continue reading

Diwali – The Tradition of Lights

Diwali or Deepawali is one of the most popular Hindu festival celebrated all across the nation. It is known as … Continue reading

Top 5 Places to See in India During Diwali

Diwali is the most awaited five day long Hindu festival in India also referred to as “the festival of Lights”. … Continue reading

Add Some Sugar to Strengthen the Brother – Sister Bond

Raksha Bandhan is an Indian festival celebrated by brothers and sisters. It is a festival of love and affection between … Continue reading

Ashtavinayak Temples – Home to Eight Self Created Idols of Ganpati

Ashtavinayaka : The word comprises of two words within one is “Ashta” meaning eight and “Vinayaka” means Lord Ganesh. Therefore, … Continue reading