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Reviewer Analysis Green, Red, Yellow coloured chandelier style kandeels are dangling from the banyan tree. Every time a gust of wind comes, they flap against each other making ruffling sound, like they are whispering sweet nothings to the passers-by. Otherwise an open ground, Laal chawk, is now created into the maze of lanes. Lined on [...]
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On the day of Nutan Varsh, I with my family in the temple town of Nathdwara, Rajasthan, were walking briskly to the temple for the afternoon’s Rajbhog darshan. The Annakut had been set, on the occasion of the Hindu New Year. The sounds of cowbells and other passers-by, majorly tourists and local men tinkling away [...]
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Diwali doesn't need an introduction. The Festival of Lights, is celebrated with equal fervour and gaiety by the young and old. Throughout the country, people light Diyas to dispel the darkness and light up their homes and their hearts. In life, change is the only constant! A lot has changed over the years in terms of [...]
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0/5 0 ratings 0 ratingsX 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Exactly 70 years ago, when Hindus and Muslims of India were ruthlessly killing each other in communal riots, there was a small village in an east African Island where both the communities still called themselves Indians. They were warm towards each other. They were a [...]
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"Hurry up”, Jayu said to her older brother Shrikant. They were running late; it was 10 am. All the other kids had already gathered in their backyard to start their favourite Diwali activity. Shrikant finally found the large box that he was looking for, tucked at the back of the small attic. He lifted the [...]
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