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Karwa Chauth

About Karwa Chauth Karwa Chauth is an important festival for Indian women since it is meant to strengthen a marriage. It is considered to be one of the biggest festivals for married women. What is Karwa Chauth? The prime significance of this Hindu festival lies in Hindu married women praying for the overall well-being, longevity and prosperity of their family, and especially their husbands. The festival generally falls immediately after Dasara, and nine days before Diwali in the month of Kartik as per the Hindu Calendar. The name Karwa Chauth comes from the combination of two words: ‘Karwa’, meaning...

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Rakshabandhan is one of the most popular Hindu festivals of India. It celebrates the love and affection of a brother and a sister. We have compiled a series of Rakhi-Rakshabandhan specific articles that you can make use. Festivals in the month of Shravan The month of Shravan or the fifth lunar month in the Hindu calendar, starts late July and ends during the third week of August. This entire month or period is considered highly auspicious and holy. Shravan month comes with various festivals and rituals. Shravan Somvar, Gauri Vrat, Varalakshmi Vrat, Rakshabandhan and Krishna Janmashtami are some of...

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No-Bake Dessert Recipes – Simple & Delicious

Simple and Delicious desserts recipe collections that require no baking,which is perfect and fun way to engage the kids . You just have to mix it up and pop it in the fridge to set and you will have something scrumptious. It’s a great way to enjoy cooking with your kids during holiday. These no bake desserts are easy to whip up and safe to try kids hands on these recipes since it involves no oven. Here we have recipes like No Bake Truffles, Biscuit logs, Brownies and Cakes, which satisfy your sweet tooth with deliciously inventive no-bake desserts....

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The Hindu festival of Onam is the most popular festival of Kerala, God’s Own Country. Celebrated in the month of Chingam (name of a month as per the Malayalam Calender), Onam falls in the month of August or September. A 10 day festival, Onam is a time of great celebrations and family get togethers. It is a time of buying new clothes, home decoration, flower arrangements (pookalams) and visits to the temple. This harvest festival, signifies plenty and it is a time of colours and celebrations all around. The Onam Sadya, or the traditional Kerala feast served on a...

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Janmashtami, one of the major Hindu festivals, is the celebration of the birthday of Lord Krishna. Devotees observe fast the whole day and worship him at the night listening and singing songs, mantras, and legends of Krishna. Millions of Hindus across the world celebrate this special occasion with great pomp and show. The birthplace of Mathura, Vrindavan and Dwaraka comes alive with major celebrations. People enact shows and plays that depict the wonderful life of Krishna through Raslilas or religious plays. One of the main highlights is the spiritual love between Krishna and Radha. Krishna temples are decorated for the...

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