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What is Boxing Day and How it is Celebrated?

BOXING DAY is a bank holiday in UK and Canada. And today we tell you why this is not just an extension of one more holiday in the Christmas season and also tell you some of the most interesting facts about the boxing day. And No, it has nothing to do with the sport of […]

The Meaning of Christmas

The True Meaning of Merry Christmas 2015

Well decorated Christmas tree, the plum cakes, carols, gifts and Santa Claus, yes they all mark Christmas. One of the largest secular festivals that have an intense religious origin. True Meaning of Christmas The Christian celebrate the Birth of Jesus Christ 2000 years ago each year on 25th December. While the day has interesting stories […]

Last Day of Hanukkah

Last Day of Hanukkah: 14 December 2015

Hanukkah the Jewish festival of lights is a celebration of the undying Jewish spirit. In the eight days of Hanukkah the Jews light one candle each day after the setting sun to symbolize there is a light at the end of every tunnel and all you have to do if believe. Believe, like the Jews […]

World Human Rights Day

December 10: World Human Rights Day

The international community every year on 10 December observes Human Rights Day. It was initiated in 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly and marks adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The formal declaration of 10th Dec as world human rights day however dates back to 1950. In 1950 he United Nations General […]

First Day of Hanukkah

First Day of Hanukkah : The celebration of dedication!!

December is indeed the month of amazing festivals and celebrations of all kind. Hanukkah or Chaunkah as it is also called at times is a eight day Jewish celebration in the month of winter. Hanukkah is a celebration of dedication and symbolizes the victory of the Jews against the Greek-Syrian King Antiochus IV Epiphanes in […]


Thanksgiving Day: What, Why and When?

Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated in Canada and U.S. This one of a kind festival has religious roots and secular outlook. Its a festival that joins people together by the mutual feeling of gratitude and celebrations. It is a festival celebrating new harvest like Onam in south India, or chathh in Bihar! HISTORY: The […]


Happy Diwali! Its Significance

So today is India’s loudest, brightest and the most crackling festival of the year. Diwali!! For kids, it’s about the crackers, for the intellectual It’s about environment.. 😉 for the youth it’s about homecoming..for the corporate It’s about bonus..the ladies look for fashion, the Socialites for gifting trends. For foodies, it’s again about food and […]

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