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Significance of Janmashtami - releasing chains of worldly pleasures September 05, 2015 13:47

Janmashtami is one of the important festivals of Hinduism, which is celebrated with great enthusiasm and passion across India. As per Hindu calendar, Hindus celebrate Janmashtami in the Shravanam month, on eighth day of the…

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Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - A moving library September 04, 2015 18:12

In India, the Teachers day is celebrated on September 5th on the occasion of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a great teacher.   Radhakrishnan believes in education, and he was even a famous diplomat, scholar, the President of…

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First Shahi Snan Day At Nashik: Kumbh Mela August 29, 2015 13:49

In Nashik, the Nasik Kumbhmela festival takes place once in 12 years and is happening in 2015. Millions of devotees and pilgrims are attracted from all over the globe. Devotees in millions attend the Kumbh…

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Must to know things about Onam - harvest festival in Kerala August 25, 2015 17:36

The famous harvest festival in Kerala, Onam will be celebrated across the state. It is the beginning of the month of Chingam, the first month of Malayalam Calendar (Kollavarsham). Its beauty lies in the celebration…

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69th Independence Day, Remembrance Of The Freedom Struggle August 14, 2015 17:09

The Indian freedom Movement encompasses the activities and ideas aiming to end the East India Company rule from 1757 to 1858 and the continuation as the British Raj from 1858 to 1947. The freedom movement…

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Major International Companies Preferring Indian-Born CEO August 12, 2015 10:33

According to a study conducted by the University of Southern New Hampshire, Indian managers are more successful and most preferred by international companies due to "a paradoxical blend of genuine personal humility and intense professional…

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Khudiram Bose - Martyr At 19 August 11, 2015 18:16

Khudiram Bose was one of the young revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement. He was born on 3rd December 1889 at Bahuvaini in Medinipur district, West Bengal. Trailokyanath Basu, his father was a Tahsildar of…

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Japan's 9 Dark Days From Hiroshima Bombing Till Surrender August 06, 2015 11:46

World War II was effectively over with Japan’s unconditional surrender to the US. A few days before this, the US planes dropped two atomic bombs, one in Hiroshima and another one in Nagasaki, the first…

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Guru Takes Disciple To Light From Darkness Or Ignorance July 31, 2015 17:19

Guru is a Sanskrit term for "teacher" or "master", particularly in Indian religions. Gurus are over and over again equated with God and are considered as a link between individual and immortal. Gurus reflect their…

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APJ Abdul Kalam's Journey from ‘Missile Man’ to ‘People’s President’ July 28, 2015 11:45

The Indian Government has declared national mourning for seven days as a mark of respect for late former President Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam (83), who passed away in Shillong on Monday after a massive…

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Telangana Celebrates Bonalu Festival In Grand Style July 25, 2015 11:07

The month-long Bonalu festival begins in a grand style at Golconda in Telangana. Marking the beginning of the celebrations, the Bonalu procession was started from Jagadamba Mahankali temple at Golkonda, last Sunday. The temple’s chief…

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Simhastha (Nashik) Kumbh Mela - The largest religious congregation in the world July 14, 2015 11:54

Simhastha (Nashik) Kumbh Mela is the largest congregation of faith in the world, began today the 14th July 2015, with the traditional ceremony of hoisting of flags and thousands of people taking a holy dip…

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