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Dussehra, also known as Vijayadashami, is one of the major Hindu Festivals celebrated in India and around the world. It celebrates the ultimate triumph of good over evil. The name Dussehra is derived from the Sanskrit words dasha (ten) and and hara (defeat). It marks the culmination
  India and the world proudly celebrates Gandhi Jayanti. On the occasion of the 152nd anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi, 'Great Soul', we celebrate one of the greatest leaders of the freedom movement. Whilst he is affectionately known as the 'father of the nation', he
Onam is the one of the largest most spectacular festivals in Kerala, India, celebrating the end of the Monsoon season and welcoming the harvest season. The festival commemorates the legend of King Mahabali, who reigned over Parasurama Kshetra, which is an ancient name for Kerala. Kerala, which
  Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, was India’s great statesman and the first Prime Minister. During his famous 'Tryst with Destiny' speech, close to the midnight hour of 14 August 1947, he most famously said. "Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny, and now the time comes when
Shikhar Dhawan will lead Team India from July 18 when they take on Sri Lanka to kick off the much anticipated One Day International (ODI) and T20 International (T20I) series. The two teams will finally play tonight after the original start date of 13 July was
Featured video: Indico Yoga presents Surya Namaskar performed by beautiful Indian dancer Rukmini Vijaykumar.    'Yoga' originates from the Sanskrit word 'yuj', which means 'union' or 'to join' and is an ancient practice that involves physical postures (asana), breathing practices (pranayama), meditation and relaxation. It is said
Holi is an ancient religious Hindu festival that celebrates the arrival of spring and the triumph of good over evil. Whilst it is known as the 'festival of Spring' and celebrates the auspicious start of a bountiful spring harvest season in India, it's popularly known
India Republic Day honours the historic moment in which India adopted its constitution at midnight 26 January, 1950, completing India’s journey to becoming a sovereign republic with a democratic government system. The date January 26 has major historical significance and on that day in 1929, ‘Poorna