As we all know, Diwali is undoubtedly the biggest festivals of lights. For many, the festival is about coming together with the family to celebrate love and light. On this day, you seek blessings from all the members, be it your parents or grandparents. While they bless you with all their love, a little effort from your side will bring a smile on your face and celebrate Diwali with them.
As kids, there are only a few occasions to celebrate the milestones achieved by our parents, of which their wedding anniversary is one. It is a special day when years ago they had promised to stay by each other’s side for better or for worse.
Choosing the perfect gift for your friends and family who have observed an entire month of fasting requires a genuine thought. From expensive Eid gift ideas to simple yet eye-catching ones, you would want the present to reflect your love for them and also for it to be valuable.
With the current global pandemic, many plans have gone for a toss. This includes your much-awaited holiday to your next big life change. While we try to deal with this global pandemic, there may be at least one birthday that was much awaited.
It’s finally here! Mother’s Day is here! The day where you get to honour the most selfless person in your life, your Mother. But did you know how mother’s day started? It wasn’t something that all the moms around the world came up with an idea to get a day off for themselves.
With May 2020 around the corner, it is about time for you to get ready for celebrating Mother’s Day. The day when you get to honour the selfless maternal love. The purest form of love that you will ever experience.
‘Mother’, “Maa’, ‘Mom’ or any other that is the language of your heart, it sure strikes a chord. It reminds you of your childhood reminiscing those treasured memories. Your first best friend, your confidant, your teacher, and everything else in between,
Easter being a Christian festival, is a commemoration that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. According to the Bible, Jesus was crucified on a day called Good Friday and then resurrected and brought back to life on an Easter Sunday. This marks an important day in the Christian calendar.
Heralding the onset of spring, Gudi Padwa symbolises the traditional New Year merriment for all the Marathi Hindus. It showcases a beautiful transition of two seasons, wherein it marks the end of the harvest season and the onset of spring. It is held on the first day of the Chaitra month and marks the first day of spring.