Light is associated with festivities regardless of cultural differences. The common theme that runs through all these festivals be it LaFallas, Hanukkah or Diwali remains the same that is the celebration of good and elimination of evil.
Bangalore – The Garden city of India
Known as both the "Garden City" and "The Silicon Valley of India," Bangalore is a geek's heaven, gloating the most noteworthy grouping of IT organizations in the nation. When you're set geeing out, there are a lot of greenhouses, exhibition halls, characteristic components, castles and sanctuaries to fill your move card.
The Salt Satyagraha
"No power on the earth can subjugate you when you are armed with the sword of ahimsa. It ennobles both the victor and the vanquished." - Mahatma Gandhi
Gangtok- The Underrated One
The capital of Sikkim, Gangtok is an appealing traveler goal, mirroring an exceptional climate which gets from its upbeat mix of custom and advancement. Throughout the years Gangtok has encountered blasting economy and progression of the way of life. In any case, it has stayed as a serene place with a blend of various societies and ethnicity.
Tawang – An unruffled mesa
Erstwhile Tawang District was a Sub-Division of West Kameng District till 5th October 1984. This district is situated in the western most part of Arunachal Pradesh spanning approximately 2,172 Sq.km, bounded by Tibet (China) to the north, Bhutan to the southwest and Sela ranges separated from West Kament district in the east.
Chennai-The Cultural Capital of India
If it’s all the same to you the warmth of the sun yet love to appreciate some glow from the hearts, if it’s all the same to you the absence of rich greenery yet content with the lavishness of gathering and in the event that you consider the rich social foundation and the unassuming individuals more critical, then Chennai is the city for you to be on an occasion.
All the proud Indians out there! This is something that will make you prouder!
A Tribute to Telegram
TELEGRAM, this once fast and furious fellow had long retired from the public life giving way to worthy successors. Now that the iconic telegram is no more we salute a life well lived.
Hi, I am Ahmedabad!
India's First World Heritage City, Ahmedabad's nomination as a city exemplifying 'living heritage' was unanimously supported by at least 20 countries. Let's get to know the story of Ahmedabad.
Dilwalon ki Dilli
A city with incalculable landmarks on one hand and a world class airplane terminal and metro on the other, Delhi is significantly more than only a city of adoration.
Hyderabad (or Bhagyanagar) is right now the capital of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. It has got its history from various dynasties that ruled it, as Qutub Shahis, Mughals, and the Nizams.
Five Ancient Texts
India has always been a full of talent. Be it science or mathematics or literature, we can find texts of any genre preserved since ages. Some texts are such that we don’t even know of which period they come from.
Lakshmi – The Acid Attack Fighter
The beauty of a woman lies not in her looks but in her courage, is what acid attack survivor Lakshmi has proved to the world. This 24 years old braveheart is an inspiration to many women who have become victims of the malicious acts of some ruthless people. But Lakshmi does not consider herself as a victim but she has emerged as a fighter.
The City of Dreams- Mumbai
'The City that never Sleeps', 'The City of Dreams' and 'The City of Seven Islands' are only a couple of the designations used to portray the great city of Mumbai. This capital city of Maharashtra and monetary capital of India is multi-dimensional and gives a great deal of intriguing encounters.
Wandering Singers – By Sarojini Naidu
The poem “Wandering Singers” by Sarojini Naidu is about the band of folk singers who wander from town to town and from village to village to spread the message of love through their singing.
Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
India experienced a tragic day on April 13, 1919. The Jallianwala Bagh massacre, a horrific event in the Indian history that took away the lives of hundreds of innocent people, who gathered to fight for the independence of their nation.
India – The Land of Beauty
A land of beauty, divinity, and diversity, India, is known for its picturesque landscape and its cultural heritage. A land where godliness and humanity are unified to make a harmonious existence, the poet Sowmya Garimella, describes Mother India as the most elegant one in the whole wide universe.
Cultural Capital of India- Kolkata
Named as the 'City of Joy', the 'Social capital of India', Kolkata is a city with character and remainders of British Raj unmistakable in its Victorian style design, cable cars and the classification of the place.
Jaswant Singh Rawat
The army is the supporting pillar of our country without which it won’t be able to stand properly. The army men sacrifice their sleep for ours and make us feel secure. Here we will be mentioning one such army man who is somewhat different.
Mahatma Jyotirao Phule
Our country has seen numerous freedom fighters who put in all their might to fight against the English and give us a free India. One such man who was an active participant in the freedom struggle was Jyotirao Govindrao Phule. A Brief Summary of his Early Life Jyotirao was born on 11 April 1827 in … Continue reading Mahatma Jyotirao Phule