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There are certain taboos in every society. Indians too have many such beliefs and yet, in the same India we can find contrasting traditions. While in most parts of India, the mark of the onset of a girl’s womanhood,...
Holi is a festival of colors, celebrated primarily in India. The festival falls on the last full moon day of Falgun according to Hindu calendar. It is celebrated sometime in the month of March, usually in the latter half...
The period of the imperial Cholas (c. 850 CE - 1250 CE) was an age of continuous improvement and refinement of Dravidian art and architecture. They utilised their prodigious wealth earned through their extensive conquests in building long-lasting stone...
Terracotta is a type of earthenware, clay-based unglazed or glazed ceramic where the fired body is porous. Terracotta is the term normally used for the sculpture made in earthenware, and also for various utilitarian uses including vessels (notably flower...
Every village, every city, every state, every country has its own charm that attracts people to explore the land. How interesting it is, when our place is known famous for our work. Pipili is know for its unique Applique work,...
Guajarati’s usually celebrate Diwali as the end of the year. So, the next day is celebrated as Bestu Varas or New Year’s Day. The festive season is celebrated with rangolis, diyas and by worshipping Goddess Lakshmi.     Diwali is one of the...
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