Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Types of Guests At Indian Weddings!

Indian weddings are an extravagant affair –  we spend lavishly, dress glamorously and eat like it’s our last meal ever. All of us attend...

The hue of auspiciousness: Mehendi and Alta

Utter the word mehendi, and any Indian girl is ready to give in to its allure. Such is its magnetism that Indian weddings and...

A Traditional Tale of Kuldevi Parampara

India has an ancient tradition of the Mother Goddess worship. The statues that were found In the remains of the Mohenjo-Daro bear testimony to the...

The Three Aims of life: Dharma, Artha, Kama

This lesson explains the three permissible goals of Hindu life. In doing so, it will define the ancient concepts of Kama, Artha and Dharma. Since...

Kanyadaan for a Blessed Bride

India is a land of customs, religions and values where it is believed that marriages are made in heaven and is a blessing to...

Thirumanam or Tamil Weddings

Respecting the culture, laded with simplicity and rituals, are the Tamil Weddings. They celebrate the wedding uniquely with ancient rituals, poised with the priest’s...

Pagphera – A Sweet Reunion

Some unknown author touched the right chord somewhere when he said that, “A daughter is a day brightener and a heart warmer.” A darling daughter...

Manglik Dosha – The Wrath of Mars

Mars, the fourth planet of the Sun, also recognized as the ‘Red Planet’, derives its reputation from the Roman God of War, and has...

Amchya Lagna: The Marathi Way Of Saying I Do

Simple and sober with no extravaganza- that's the Maharashtrian way of saying 'I do.' The wedding is more ritualistic in nature and morning glory...
Win a Prize!
close slider

We love listening to our readers!


Send in your suggestions and comments and win exciting hampers.


For more details check our latest issue