Mother’s day is a special occasion which is celebrated to remember and acknowledge the efforts of all the mothers in the world. The day is a testimony to give a little credit and love to all the mothers who have done a lot for their family. (more…)
Known as the ‘Venice of the North’, ‘The city of weed’ and ‘The country of clogs’, Amsterdam is a fascinating tourist spot to explore. The city boasts a rich history, vibrant culture and a beautiful canal network in addition to a range of activities for travelers. The alluring destination is an all weather tourist place and offers a lot of fun. (more…)
Baisakhi or Vaisakhi is a joyous festival of the Sikh community that is synonymous with high spirited Bhangra moves, roaring Dhol beats, saporous cuisines and a vibrant atmosphere that leaves everyone singing and dancing to the tunes of goodwill. (more…)
Goa, an Indian state painted with the colours of Portuguese culture is a tropical land blessed with captivating natural beauty in the form of sandy beaches, lush green belt of coconut palm trees and the calm yet roaring Arabian Sea. (more…)
Bura na mano bandhu, Holi Hai!
(Don’t hold grudges friend, it is time to celebrate Holi!)
In India, one festival doesn’t even doze off properly, and people get all prepped for yet another fun filled celebration in no time! (more…)
“A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it’s in hot water”. – Eleanor Roosevelt
Popularly known as the festival of colours, Holi is an annual Indian festival renowned for its colourful and musical celebrations bringing together people from all divides to let loose and rejoice and experience the vibrant happiness dissolved in the air. It marks the end of severe winters and the commencement of summers. The festival has a religious and historical basis and commemorates the victory of good over evil by burning Holika in the evening, a day before the actual celebrations and brings in devotees from all spheres together. The next morning, everyone can be seen coloured in different multilayered shades forming groups armed with water balloons, dry colours, coloured solutions and water guns to scrub colours on each other and the people passing by. (more…)
Hey, colorful people! Planning of too much fun playing Holi?
Well, why would you not? As it is one festival that allows you to be a kid all over again and lets you play with the gulals (dry colors), pichkaris (water guns), water balloons, have bhaang and enjoy the festivity. (more…)
An erstwhile Portuguese colony, Goa represents one of the most bizarre combination of craziness stirred in the serenity of nature. Tourists throughout the world flood to this place to forget the stressful and vexing life and to discover some moments of freedom and to experience a world without inhibitions. (more…)
It’s that time of the year when celebrations outpour for Hindus.
It is the time for Mahashivratri – ‘The great night of Shiva’ and the festivities. (more…)