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About 48 results for "hiranyakashipu"

Holi: Why do we celebrate with colors?
Chennai Online

Holi: Why do we celebrate with colors?

H oli originates from Holika, who was the sister of demon king Hiranyakashypu. He had earned a boon that had made him virtually indestructible. He hence grew up to be very arrogant and asked everyone to worship him alone. However, his own son ... Chennai Online, 1 month ago

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Lonely Planet, 2 months ago

When too much is just never enough

ions are in the air. The tempo is building. Finally, it is about the Prime Minister of India. Who will he or she be? You can sense the desperation and frenzy of the politicians who sense a chance of being the next Prime Minister. With utmost ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
Government Information Agency Guyana

Prime Minister joins Region Five residents in Phagwah celebration

Georgetown GINA, March, 18 2014 Prime Minister Samuel Hinds on Monday, joined thousands of residents of Region Five at the Bath tarmac for the Indian Arrival Committee's (IAC) 8 th annual Phagwah Mela. A section of the crowd gathered at ...
 Government Information Agency Guyana1 month ago
Huffington Post UK

Holi Festival Hosted At SSD

The colourful festival of Holi is marked on Phalgun Purnima which fell over the weekend. Holi festival has been celebrated for hundreds of years and recognises the triumph of 'good' over 'bad'.The story of Holika and her brother King Hiranyakashipu ...
 AllAfrica.com1 month ago 25 Beautifully Colourful Images Of The Hindu Festival Of Holi 2014 (PICTURES)  Huffington Post UK1 month ago Google Doodles a Playful Holi Doodle  Indiatimes1 month ago Holi Eldest of Hindu Holidays  The Guardian Express1 month ago
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Pakistan on war with Pakistan

The tragic happenings of last week provide a glimpse into the malaise that infests Pakistan's society and state. A young girl who could not get justice after being gang raped immolated herself in broad daylight under the prying eyes of TV cameras.
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Forgetting differences is message of Holi President- expresses hope for unity in National Assembly

Georgetown, GINA, March 17, 2014 An atmosphere of joy and jubilation permeated the grounds of the Indian Cultural Centre in Bel Air when President Donald Ramotar and First Lady Deolatchmee Ramotar joined Guyanese in Phagwah celebrations ...
 Government Information Agency Guyana1 month ago
Business Insider

15 Unbelievably Colorful Photos Of India's Holi Festival

REUTERS/Adnan Abidi Holi is one of the most popular festivals in India, celebrating the coming of spring with bursts of color and fire. The ancient Hindu festival is also known as the festival of colors, coming usually near or on the vernal ...
 Business Insider1 month ago Indian Diaspora Celebrates Shudra Festival of Colors  News India Times1 month ago Hindu Festival Announces Spring In A Burst Of Colour  Huffington Post UK1 month ago The Indian festival of Holi gains an international appeal  DNA India1 month ago
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Times of India

What did Pranitha do over the weekend?

Sandalwood actress Pranitha Subhash, who has acted with Upendra in the recently released film Brahma, seems to have spent a relaxed weekend. The actress, who has most of the top actors of Sandalwood, was enjoying watching television, which she ...
 Times of India1 month ago
NDTV

Happy Holi: Our favourite Holi recipes

Sling bags filled with frisky colors, water guns loaded with mischief, vibrant spirits, old-new songs, plates piled with festive goodies and the blossoming spring breeze - ah, we love Holi. On the mythological grounds, the word "Holi" sprouted ...
 NDTV1 month ago
The Hindu

Pink city

The guns are out. They hang proudly from the streetside carts, in sunshine orange and fluorescent green. When it's time, they will be filled with ammunition and carried around the gullies of Sowcarpet and people will be shot at. But no one will be ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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