Holi Special Contest! Easiest Ever Contest To Win!


It’s going to be a colourful day on Holi, when you tend to forget every rule, every limitation and just be yourself. World seems a home and everyone your friend. All that you need to do is, come out of your home and get wet.. and coloured too. Indianhistorypics have sorted some nostalgic moments through these pics. Little more would have been a pleasure.   Amitabh Bachchan, Raj Kapoor and Shammi Kapoor, back in 1970’s   Narender Modi and Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji   Indira Gandhi with Sanjay Gandhi Beatles…

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How Mahashivaratri Is Celebrated World Over


Mahashivaratri is no small affair of celebration and devotion. Having deities world over it hold various beliefs, myths and method of serving offerings during worship on the day. Mahashivaratri is not only a ritual but also a cosmic definition of the Hindu universe. It dispels ignorance, emanates the light of knowledge, makes one aware of the universe, ushers in the spring after the cold and dry winter, and invokes the supreme power to take cognizance of the beings that were created by him. How is Mahashivaratri celebrated world over and how amazing their beliefs are, let’s…

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Auspicious DIY For Diwali Decorations

Diwali Flowers

Rangoli is derived from the Sanskrut word ‘rangavalli’. Rangoli is an art which precedes sculpture and painting. It is both an auspicious and a preliminary necessity in any religious ritual. It is a custom to draw rangoli at the site of any auspicious religious ritual such as a holy festival, a religious festival, an auspicious function like wedding, ritualistic worship, a vowed religious observance, etc. Rangoli are essentials of Diwali. Mostly Rangolis are drawn with white stone powder, Chalk, sand, Rice flour, charcol, colored powders are also used. There are…

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Hey Boss, Not the same Gift again this Diwali

Diwali Gifts

  We say NO to chocolates, sweets, nuts, dry fruits, pens and key chains as our gifts this Diwali. As yours truly beloved and valued employees .we wish you gift us something different this Diwali.Those giftlooking at which.our loyalties towards you should strengthen like Fevikwik.Quick and strong and forever..   How about this tealight holder My family can lit Diyas in them and every time we take a look at the sacred diyas spreading the light through these, we can boast of our company to our better halves.   Forget…

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Beautify Your Home This Festive Season with DIY

DIY Lights

A long festive season means a long gaiety. We have Dussehra and Diwali in the same month. We’re all set with the shopping craze, getting lovely outfits ready, gifting lists and much more. Let’s get our homes get in festive mood too. Not just with a paint session but few cool ideas. The ideas that are DIY, extremely simple and will stun your visitors. A well decorated home is a sign of aesthetic taste and brings prosperity and joy to home. Besides Change is refreshing. So, try this out and bring…

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An Art That Has Lived Among Us For Generations, We Didn’t Know!!

Music India

Did your heart beats feel the rhythm listening to this clip? These vibrant colors, the get up, the expressions, the art, seems all set to articulate a story or perhaps oozing out a culture rather! So who these people could be? Theater artists? performers? World is changing fast. New technology, innovations, high rise buildings & fast paced lifestyle.. despite all the changes taking us ahead, we haven’t stopped researching about our history including archaeological and mythological past. Why is that so? May be because we’re linked to our roots.. our…

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GURU PURNIMA – Can Truth Be Found Through Others?


Hello readers! A very happy Guru Purnima to all. Since you choose your guru according to the gratification they give you, you are not seeking the truth but a way out of confusion is mistakenly called the “TRUTH.” Let’s jerk you around with some essentials and nubs of this carnival. WHEN IS GURU POORNIMA CELEBRATED? The full moon day in the month of Asadh is celebrated as guru Purnima by Hindus, Buddhist and Jains, to pay tribute to their gurus. This day marks the first peak of the lunar cycle…

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Discover Interesting Facts of Jagannath Rath Yatra

Rath Yatra Jagannath

  Today, 6th July, world is eulogizing the Rath Yatra Festival. Let us apprise you with some of the interesting facts and myths bunched up with Jagannath Festival. They will amaze you all irrespective of the fact that you celebrate this festival or not. Read on.   Reason to Celebrate Jagannath Rath Yatra Myth 1 – Unlike today in ancient time the lower castes and the untouchables were prohibited from entering the temple premises, so to answer the prayers of his devotees The Lord would himself  ring out to give…

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