Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2014’

  • RakshaBandhan By Satya Nauth

    RakshaBandhan By Satya Nauth

                            The Hindu festival of Raksha Bandhan was born over 6000 years ago, and as time has drifted on the significance has remained untouched, though the way it is celebrated has metamorphosed with the …

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  • Independence of India

    Independence of India

                      “WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA” – this is how the preamble of our Indian constitution begins. Yes, we are the people of India who feel proud as being Indians. And August 15 is a day when …

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  • Desi TV Duniya

    Desi TV Duniya

                      Devon ke Dev Mahadev marks 700 shows One of the most acclaimed shows on television, Devon ke Dev Mahadev, has reached another major landmark in its journey. The popular show has completed 700 episodes. The lead …

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  • Bollywood Today

    Bollywood Today

                      Holy month of Ramadan builds bridges in Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan hugged last year at a Ramzan Iftar party and made news. This year, they repeated the gesture at MLA Baba Siddique’s Iftar …

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  • Back To School : Checklist

    Back To School : Checklist

    Author by Ravi Shah   Checklist Believe it or not, summer vacation is coming to an end and the new school year is just around the corner. Television ads are being aired and sale papers with back to school deals have been distributed. It is …

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  • India Unveiled: Spirit, Tradition, People by Robert Arnett

    India Unveiled: Spirit, Tradition, People

    Author by Robert Arnett and Smita Turakhia   For Robert Arnett, capturing the essence of India and its varied terrains and people was a journey he took to heart. The sixth edition of India Unveiled: Spirit, Tradition, People takes readers on a visual journey of …

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  • Janmashtami - 2014

    Janmashtami – 2014

      On August 17, states across India will come alive with celebrations. People will form human pyramids to crack a pot hanging high in the air. Women dressed in colorful lehenga-cholis will dance in joy around a blue-colored man holding a flute and wearing a …

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  • Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation to Raised Record $5 Million for 2014 By Prakash Waghmare PR/Media Affairs Ekal Nat'l Committee

    Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation to Raised Record $5 Million for 2014 By Prakash Waghmare PR/Media Affairs Ekal Nat’l Committee

                        hen the Hon. Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi in his first maiden speech to the Indian Parliament talked about ‘issue-centric focused activities like Education to eradicate poverty,’ it was as if he was …

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