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Ramzan in India
Around 14% of the Indian population follows Islam as their religion and Ramzan is one significant festival celebrated by Muslims in the country. Read on to know more about Ramzan observed in India.
Ramzan Food Recipe
China grass pudding is a main item in the menu for Muslims in South India who fast during the month of Ramzan. Here are some quick facts on China grass and an easy to make and delicious pudding recipe.
Raksha Bandhan Festival of India
Brothers and Sisters have a special festival of their own in India called Raksha Bandhan. Not only does this festival remind siblings of their roles towards each other but also strengthens family ties. Here are some more details on Raksha Bandhan.
Pongal is a South Indian Harvest Festival which is celebrated with a delicious food platter. The main item on the menu on this day is of course Pongal. Here are a couple of recipes to make mouth watering Rice Pongal.
Pongal Festival in India
India is still largely an agricultural economy and the harvest season is a time of celebration in rural areas. Pongal is one such Indian harvest festival that is prominently celebrated in South India for four consecutive days. Here is an overview of the four days of Pongal.
Pongal Festival - Traditions and Customs
The first day of the Tamil month ‘Thai’ is celebrated as Pongal. Several unique traditions and customs form part of this South Indian harvest festival. Learn about these practices here.
Peacock – National Bird of India
The peacock, a large and brightly colored bird is indigenous to India and is the National Bird of the country. Found in several parts of India, the peacock and its graceful dance are a special part of Indian Culture. Here are some insights on this elegant bird and its significance to India.
Paari Vettai - South Indian Hunting Festival
An ancient hunting festival observed in South India goes beyond religious significance and brings communities together. But is this at the cost of destroying animal wealth? Read on to know more.
Onam Festival of India
Onam is a delightful festival celebrated in the South Indian state of Kerala. The festivities that last for ten days culminate in ‘Thiruonam’ laced with the traditions of Indian celebrations. Here’s more on Onam festival.
New Year in India
Indians don’t greet the New Year on 1st January alone but on different dates all through the calendar year. Read on to know more about Indian New Year Days!
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