Category : Indian Culture and history

#First Kiss Of Raindrops

When the hot scorching sun beats down mercilessly and the first drop of monsoon kiss the ground , it's as if the earth gets a breather . The flora and fauna get a deep drink with the rejoiced farmer . The rain brings hope and life...

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Eid Mubarak

Eid or Eid-ul-fitr, a celebration celebrated by Muslims all around the world. This celebration marks the ending of the month of Ramadan. Eid is celebrated in the auspicious month of shawwal and depending upon the sighting of crescent...

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Odisha Diary #HeritageDiary

Combination of Aryans and Dravidians the heritage of Odisha is defined through its culture and racial amalgamation . Jagannath temple of Puri and Sun temple of Konark are the perfect blend of cultural heritage to attract tourists...

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Heritage Diaries #PinkSmusers

India - a land of rich cultural heritage,Flaunting its monuments and megaliths vintage!The unparalleled Humayun's Tomb and the magnificent Taj,Entices tourists and stupefies royal entourage!The intricate...

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Heritage Diaries #PinkSmusers

Agra's unrivalled marble vintage "Taj Mahal", intricate sculptures and paintings of "Ajanta Ellora" caves, Hyderabad's magnificent granite minarets, "Charminar" and notable citadel "Golconda Fort", Amritsar's stupendous beauty...

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Pana Sankranti and Bela Panna Recipe

Today is the auspicious Pana Sankranti festival of Odias. It's the traditional new year day of Odiyas. This marks the official onset of summer. On this day, Odiyas wake up early, take a bath and worship Sun god reciting hymns...

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Happy Festivals to all!

That time of the year when everyone celebrates the same thing with different names:Cheti ChandUgadiGudi PadwaPoila BoishakBaisakhiVishuPuthanduChaitra NavaratriBihuPana SankrantiWishing...

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#Celebration of my fav festival

Being an odia girl, I can very well relate to the significance of the plethora of festivals celebrated in my state every year. The list is pretty long and exhaustive, but that one festival which is close to my heart is Rajo festival....

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# Jallianawala Bag

One word" Fire" by the General Dyre, On 13th April 1919 ,the Baisakhi and the peaceful protest of thousands of...

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Sunday Special Lunch

Our demands started from Monday itself for the Sunday lunch menu . As in a joint family , we had to wait till Sunday for our flavours and favourites. Hats off to my mother's patience and art of cooking , who satisfied our contemplated...

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