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Diwali, or the Festival of Lights with all its religious, historical and social connotations, which began as an ancient harvest festival in India, has evolved to become one of the bi... >>
One of the most anticipated customs during Diwali is the sharing and receiving of ‘mithai’ (sweets). Although readily available in Indian sweet shops, there is an undenia... >>
Diwali is a bright and colorful festival that truly reflects the rich tradition and culture India is known for. Apart from the traditions, customs, food and décor, Indian atti... >>
Diwali, the Indian festival of lights, is one of the most celebrated festivals in the country as well as among Indians living abroad. This popular festival is celebrated vibrantly wi... >>
It is often said that India, a country that prides itself on its unity in diversity, is at its best come festival season. This stands true especially during Diwali, a festival that h... >>
One great attribute of Indians is their strong attachment to the rich culture and history of their country. Regardless of where they find themselves in the world, when the time comes... >>
Just because it is the festival of Diwali, does not mean you have to burn holes in your wallet by splurging on new items that can easily be done at home.  Here are tips to brigh... >>
Diwali is known as the ‘Festival of Light’ and a host of traditional decorative items are used in Hindu households to redecorate the house on this occasion. Besides prese... >>
Diwali is the time of diyas, crackers and family get together; it is also the time for snacks and sweets, which just means a hundred reasons for you to put on the holiday weight.... >>
During the most awaited festival of the year, Diwali, the air is rife with lights, lamps, fireworks, cheer and of course – fun. Sure, Diwali and indulgence go hand in hand ... >>
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