Mar

11

  Are you ready to bring to life that hidden crazy self of yours? If you want to make the most of this festival of colors, it is time to break free from the shackles of modesty, shyness and let loose to enjoy to the fullest! The social sanction of having bhang and thandai adds […]

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Nov

23

India is the land of festivals. Every month there is some festivity to celebrate and with each of it comes the overwhelming need of sweets. Finding an Indian household without mithai or mishti (as they are commonly called) stacked in their refrigerator during festivities, is next to impossible! But none of us like standing in […]

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Jul

05

Mainly celebrated in Orissa, the Chariot festival or Rath Yatra has garnered a lot of limelight and is being widely followed in all over India, especially among the Bengalis. The belief of Lord Jagannath setting out on vacation with his elder brother Balabhadra and younger sister Subhadra from his temple in Puri to their garden […]

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May

26

Sweet dishes are an integral part of all the Indian festivals and it is almost like a ritual to reach the relative’s house with a pack full of sweets, isn’t it? If there is any birthday or anniversary celebration on its way and you still couldn’t manage to take time out for sweet shopping, then […]

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Apr

15

The Bengali New Year celebration is popularly known as Poila Baishakh. This is an auspicious day for the Bengalis and as exchanging gifts form a unique part of Indian culture and tradition, this day is no exception to it. Although people are fast forgetting the traditional ways to celebrate this day, the exchange of Poila […]

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Mar

03

Holi, known by various names, is one of the major Hindu festivals celebrated usually in the month of March on a full moon day. Painting the hearts of people with vibrant hues, Holi welcomes the most colorful season, right after the cold bites of the gray winter. In India, Holi is a significant festival as […]

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Jan

14

In today’s date, life has become so fast paced, that people hardly get the time to notice what is happening around them. Deadlines at work coupled with alarming rise in prices of products are making lives much more difficult. To state the truth, people do not even get the time for visiting a brick and […]

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Nov

26

A festive occasion, birthday party or a wedding anniversary remains incomplete without the presence of sweets. They symbolise mirth and merriment and are indispensable for any celebration. Sweet lovers line up in dozens at the brick and mortar shops to find that perfect sweet which will be appropriate for the occasion. Finding the right product […]

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Nov

08

Sweets are best when bought fresh and even better when eaten fresh. Stocking up on perishables as these is seldom considered a good idea which is the reason why most sweet shops suggest eating the delights within 24 hours of purchase. So, it only makes sense to approach the brick and mortar sweet shops where […]

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Aug

16

Janmasthmi is a famous Hindu festival that usually arrives in the month of August. India is the land of festivals, which are mostly devotional and all are celebrated with various flowers and sweet dishes from the beginning till the end. Janmasthmi has many names in India, some call it Jhulan Purnima and in some parts […]

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