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Holi
New Delhi Staff Curator 41
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Faces smeared with colours and drinking glasses of bhang one after another soaring spirits to the peak are what everybody gets during Holi festival. But post Holi, we discover ourselves with acne, rashes and wiry hair. Jana Bhattacharya, a...
Holi
New Delhi Staff Curator 88
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Water guns, gulaal, coloured cheeks and endless dancing and singing; these are just few of the things that make Holi to be one of the most awaited festivals of the year. Other reason is of course lots and lots of good food. Like every Indian...
New Delhi Staff Curator 334
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So we have made a large collection of Colorful Happy Holi Wishes and Happy Holi Images for all our reader. Do you know where is the holi festival celebrated  & why do we celebrate holi with colours ? Why colors are used in holi and what is...
Holi
New Delhi Staff Curator 52
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Holi, also known as the festival of colours, is one of the most important festivals celebrated in the country. Clouds of colours in the air, kids running armed with pichkaris, gulal smeared faces, bhang spiked thandai, gujia and dahi vadas...
Holi
New Delhi Staff Curator 26
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Holi is as much a festival of fun, frolic, colors and merry making, as it's a celebration of everything that's lively and youthful. However, health must never be compromised for the sake of fun. Indian festivals are diverse and it's a joy to partake...
Holi
New Delhi Staff Curator 43
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The Indian festival of colors, Holi, is all set to arrive on March 2, 2018, and excited people are already gearing up for the grand celebrations. The festival, which signifies the victory of good over evil, is celebrated majorly by playing with...
Parismita Singh, New Book, Short Stories, ‘Peace Has Come’, Assam’s theatre of violence
Guwahati Staff Curator 78
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If there was anything, people agreed on, it was that the new government had built their roads. Sultana felt a thrill each time she took the turn from the highway into Chapaguri, leaving behind the ragged traffic of scooters, trackers and the...
Bamboo Dance
Kohima Moupee Debroy 1,387
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The Cheraw Kan or Bamboo Dance of Nagaland is one of the most vibrant and rhythmic dance forms in India. It is so popular in the state, that it is performed for most of the festive occasions in front of a large crowd. The unique features of this...
Adi Tribe
Itanagar Arnab Ghosh 402
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Arunachal Pradesh still remains unexplored, owing to its remote location and lack of communication and transport systems. However, those who take the time to explore the beautiful hilly state get mesmerized by its amazing wildlife, natural bounty...
Guwahati Staff Writer 35
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Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal at the 10th meeting of the State Board for Wildlife and said, a day exclusively dedicated to the approximately 2,500 rhino population in the state would be a tribute to the rhinoceros, which are the "pride of...
Lulu Pheiga - Lulu’s Tribal Kitchen, FoodTruck
Imphal Staff Curator 48
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The whole world drools over Indian cuisines and the latest one the world is drooling over is Naga cuisines. This start of making North-East Indian food go global is started by Lulu Pheiga, a resident of Manipur; ‘Lulu’s Tribal Kitchen’ offers...
Guwahati Staff Curator 31
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“Nature is our mother and she is in danger. It is high time that we take appropriate action to save her”, said noted wildlife film maker and environmentalist Dr Mike Pandey while addressing the gathering during the inaugural session of the eighth...

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