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And So You Were Born Review
Mona Parsa reinforces the fact that every child born into this world is loved through her powerful presentation in ‘And So You Were Born’. Here is a detailed review of this interactive, children’s i-application.

Children’s Day Celebration in India
The first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s love for children blossomed into a celebration of childhood in India and his birth anniversary is observed as Children’s Day. Find more about this Indian celebration here.

Christianity in India
Christianity is one of the main minority religions in India. Trace the history of Christianity in India, learn about Churches in India and find out the hardships faced by Indian Christians in this article.

Christmas Traditions in India
Strictly speaking Christmas is not an Indian Festival. However over the decades and with the growth of the Indian Christian population, Christ’s birth is widely celebrated throughout India. Learn more about Desi Christmas Traditions here.

Classical Indian Languages
Tamil, Sanskrit, Kannada and Telugu have the distinction of being called Classical Indian Languages. These languages have been in existence for more than 1000 years and have volumes of ancient manuscripts. Learn more about Classical Indian Languages here.

Cow in Indian Culture
It is a well known fact that the cow is a useful domestic animal. But did you know that in India the cow is not just reared but also revered? Read on to know more about cows in Indian culture.

Cricket in India
Cricket is the unannounced National game of India. Introduced by the Brits, cricket has managed to capture the attention of millions of Indians, both urban and rural. Find out how cricket carved this unique distinction here.

Danushkodi in Ruins
Danushkodi, a South Indian town that was completely destroyed by a massive cyclone in 1964 is now a hot spot for tourists. Know more about this ghost town here.

Devadasi System of India
Dance, music, devotion and prostitution are all associated with the ‘Devadasi System’, a grotesque custom of ancient India. Here are some facts about this corrupt Indian tradition which was nothing but a religious cover up of child trafficking.

Diwali – The Indian Festival of Lights
Diwali or Deepavali is a colorful, delightful festival that symbolizes the heart and soul of Indian culture in more ways than one. Learn more about India’s festival of lights here.

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