Tagged: culture

The Western Wall

The Western Wall A Sacred Remnant Of Herodian

The Western Wall is a sacred remnant of Herodian and considered as the holiest site of Jews. Jews from across the world made the cumbersome pilgrimage Palestine and from there to this holy site...

Varanasi City

Varanasi City The Spiritual Capital of India

Varanasi is the oldest and still inhabited city in India. From the ancient times the city is popular, holy and powerful centre. In the ancient times the city was known as Kashi and then...

Maharashtrian’s New Year

Gudi Padwa Maharashtrian’s New Year

Non-Indians might find it difficult to pronounce! Gudi Padwa is celebrated as New Year in Maharashtra. While their cousin down the map in south celebrate as Ugadi- the New Year. Gudi Padwa is celebrated...

Elephant Festival

Elephant Festival A Jubilant Celebration Of Life

Where: Jaipur, Rajasthan When: 5th March 2015 This March Pink City welcomes you to break into jubilant celebration of life, a pre-Holi bash between Elephants around. Camel must be insignia of Rajasthan, but Elephant...

Bumba Meu Boi

Bumba Meu Boi A Vibrant Folkloric Festival In Brazil

Where: – Sao Luis, Maranhao, Brazil.      The land of Brazil is known all around the world for its vigor, energy & fun. Let it be their Football or Carnivals, Brazilians have their own...

Maha Kumbh Mela

Maha Kumbh Mela The Journey of Faith & Tolerance

‘Kumbha Mela’ which is organized in India is considered as the one of the most mesmerizing & phenomenal examples of the highest level of spirituality. ‘Kumbha Mela’ is a humongous gathering of all the...

Vishu Kerala

Vishu Kerala’s Unique Way To Celebrate The New Year

Kerala, situated along the southwest coast of India is famous for its natural beauty & magnificent religious rituals. ‘Vishu’ is one of the most important & widely celebrated Hindu festivals in Kerala. ‘Vishu’ is...