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Indian Fairs and Festivals in December 2016

Indian Fairs and Festivals in December 2016

December is not just a wait for the year to end. It is the month when India gears up to celebrate the best of art, culture and festivities. Here are some of the top fairs, festivals, and celebrations held across the country this month. Hornbill ... MapsofIndia, 2 days ago
Incredible Monuments of India, 1 month ago

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The Hindu, 7 months ago

Indonesian President's Visit To India: A Visit Of Strategic Significance Analysis

By Gautam Mukhopadhaya* Indonesian President, Joko Jokowi Widodo will be making an official visit to India in a couple of weeks. This will be the first bilateral bilateral visit at that level since Prime Minister Modi took charge in May 2014 and ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago

Queues for cash, justice: Frustrating experiences

NEW DELHI: The Narendra Modi government's decision to withdraw high value currency notes from circulation was a bolt from the blue.The time-consuming process to print new notes and replace scrapped ones, coupled with a cap on daily cash withdrawals, ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago


20 November 2016, New Delhi, Shyamola Khanna People from all walks of life and from all over the world come to find internal peace in this sea of tranquility, writes Shyamola Khanna. Pondicherry, or Puducherry as it is now called, is 150 ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago

Transport issues hit Telugu Heritage Museum

Visakhapatnam: The beautiful Telugu Heritage Museum or the Telugu Samskruthika Nikethanam — a Rs 12 crore project atop Kailasagiri — is completing one year of inauguration on November 19 but it hardly attracts any visitors due to certain ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Focused worship

Saint Sambandar sang that one should melt when one thought of Lord Siva. Tears well up in the eyes of one who loves the Lord, says the saint. Sundarar says that even if he were to forget the Lord's name, his tongue will continue to utter His name.
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
Times of India

Where Thai-brahms chant Tamil hymns

The upcoming coronation ceremony of Thailand's crown prince Maha Vajiralongkorn (following the Thai king's demise) will have priests chanting hymns in Tamil and Sanskrit. The fact that these hymns form a vital part of the ceremony shows the way the ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago

Money and the luxury of choices

When you look at what has driven people for thousands of years and examine your own life today, you realise that if you take away the Starbucks, cell phones and some of the other stuff, the basics that matter most are strikingly similar Yet he was ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
Daily Mirror Sri Lanka

Buddhists heritage of Tamil Nadu and links with SL

he cultural affinities between Tamil Nadu, our closest neighbour and Sri Lanka are many but little is known of the religious ties which bound the two countries between the early years of the Christian era and the 14thcentury AD, during which time ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 month ago

Gingee fort the Imposing Ruins

23 October 2016, New Delhi, Chitra Ramaswamy A living legend of a bygone era, replete with sagas of chivalry, deceit and court politics, the fort, even in its ruins, continues to be known for its rich architecture and magnificent military ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago
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