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Welcome to the craziest festival in the desert
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Welcome to the craziest festival in the desert

From sunrise to sunset for one week in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, artists, musicians, dancers, and those who just love to have a good time gathered for seven days of radical self-expression atop tricked out vehicles at the Burning Man festival. This year’s gathering, which kicked off on August 27 ended on a high after burning the eponymous ‘Man’ on September 4. Here’s a dekko at the scenes from what is often described as one of the ‘wildest festivals’ ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

Nepal marks Indra Jatra festival worshipping Lord of Rain

[Nepal], Sep 6 (ANI): Nepal on Tuesday worshipped the Lord of Rain, Indra, with much fervor. The biggest festival in the capital Kathmandu started this Sunday with the erection of a sacred wooden pole "Lingo" at the premises of Hanumandhoka, Basantapur Durbar ...
 Sify1 month ago Hindus, Buddhists worship God of rain in Nepal  Business Standard1 month ago

8 reasons you cannot miss 8th edition of Mountain Echoes Literary Festival

All roads lead to Bhutan this August, as one of the happiest nations in the world gears up for the eighth edition of the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival.As the Land of the Thunder Dragon gets set to celebrate 'Untouched Beauty, Unexplored Ideas and ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Pulikali held as part of Onam festival

Thrissur: Thrissur town, the cultural capital of Kerala, on Thursday witnessed the famed Pulikali with around 300 performers donning tiger masks and sporting the painted stripes of the big cat. Special attraction of this years event wasparticipation of women ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago

#TravelTuesday: Lucerne, a city from a fairytale

In part II of her Switzerland diary, Geetanjali Krishna takes us into the picturesque city that is a fascinating mix of Swiss quaintness and modern flourishes. Part 1: The fully filmi Indians of the Swiss Alps The Luzern-Carnival can be traced back over more than 600 years and is best known for its individually hand-crafted masks and costumes paraded in the town's streets and squares by thousands of revellers during a three-day festival.Photograph: Michael Buholzer.   A vague feeling of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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