Culture

What Mahabharata teaches us?

Mahabharata and Ramayana are the two main sources from which majority of the dogma of Hindu religion has...

Puthandu – Tamil New Year Celebrations

  Puthandu - Tamil New Year Tamil New year is known as ‘Varusha Pirappu’ or ‘Puthandu’. It is...

Poila Baisakh, an Advent of a New Hope

Poila Baisakh Celebrations India is well known for unity in diversity. There are numerous differences which include faith,...

Ramanavami – Combination of Spirituality and humanity

Ramanavami Ramanavami is celebrated every year to commemorate the birth of Lord Rama. Vishnu took Ramavatara to kill...

Culture in India: 10 Traditional Practices Inscribed on the List of UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage

India is a land of diverse cultures. Despite the differences, a unique harmony co-exists with its cultural diversity,...

Is Veganism taking over the world?

Vegan Diet Constant questions that I keep hearing from people around me these days is about Veganism and...

women dressing

Why do women wear revealing clothes?

A conversation with a friend about "What a woman wears matters" reminded me about a topic that was...

festivals of India

Five Unique Festivals of India you shouldn’t miss!

With the mere mention of the festivals, a smile lies-athwart of our faces because festivals play a capacious...

Building intimacy in marriages – Communication is the key!

  We live in the land of Kamasutra, a land where we have temple walls adorned by statues...

lambani tribe

LAMBANI – The Afghani “Lavana” Merchants tribe of India

The Lambani were mainly a tribe of Rajasthan and had alternative names like Lamani, Lambadi and Banjara. “Laman”...

festivals of India

Festivals of India which everybody should see at-least once

India is a country of many festivals. The vast ethnic diversity of our country accounts for the many...

Attukal Pongala.

Attukal Pongala : Celebration of Womanhood with Fire in Hearths and Devotion in Hearts!

The capital city of Kerala is in a vibrant mood. It has literally transformed into an ocean of...

khasi

The Khasi Tribe-Where women are the rulers…

Residing in the Meghalaya state of the north east India, and a small number living in Assam and...

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Fascinating Art Forms of Kerala : Classical Arts, Bizarre Rituals and Dancing Deities!

If you watch various traditional art forms of Kerala, you can realize the diverse nature of cultural echoes....

Toda tribe

The Toda Tribe- The cut off people of South India

The Toda Tribe residing in the southern part of India is a small countrified community who worship buffalos...

reang

The Reang Tribe of Tripura

The Reang are a bucolic tribe, and one of the 21 scheduled tribes of the state of Tripura....

Gudi padwa

Gudi Padwa : The Maharastrian New Year!

Gudi Padwa marks the onset of New year in Maharashtra and the start of spring season. It is...

Nagas – The Ancient Warrior Tribes of India

The Nagas are an old warrior tribe, which according to the myths are of Mongoloid origin. They had...

baigas Indian tribe

Baigas – An Old Dravidian Tribe

One of the primary tribes of India, the Baigas, are semi-nomadic Dravidians living in the states of Madhya...

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KALBELIA: INDIAN TRIBE AND DANCE

Do you remember the snake charmer in the village or movie? With a colorful turban, round cane box...