Indian Festivals In January

January brings the vibes of the new year and to make it more exciting it comes with a few festivals. As we know India is the country of festivals, traditions and many more. The festivals start from January to make the year more amazing. The festivals are:- PONGAL :– Pongal means “ SPILLED OVER “ which means It had been named like that essentially because of the tradition of boiling rice in a pot until it starts to overflow? It is celebrated on 14 January. It is the festival of…

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Christmas Wishes That Can Make Your Loved Ones Happy :

Christmas is on the door and I’m sure people’s hearts are already filled with the magic of Christmas that never ends and its greatest gifts are friends and family. Decorating Christmas trees, baking cakes, welcoming guests and exchanging some gifts make Christmas the most awaited festival of the year. Christmas is celebrated on the occasion of lord Jesus Christ birth around the world, mostly by Christians only. But nowadays, non Christians too celebrate it. It is also called Noël, Nativity, Xmas.  This blog provides you with the best Christmas wishes…

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NOVEMBER TRENDING REELS ON INSTAGRAM :

Instagram reels are the most trending thing, not only youth but also older people tend to make it and enjoy them. Reels are like a short video of 20 to 30 seconds. It is generally used to show creativity in a short time. People do get famous by the Instagram reels in which they show off their products, lifestyle and many more things. THE TRENDING REELS SONGS ARE:-  DO IT TO IT :-  This song was released in 2021 by the artist ACRAZE. Its featured artist is Cherish and its…

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Some Important Facts About HALLOWEEN

Halloween is just an outmoded way of saying “ The Nights Before All Saint’s Day. The word hallow means “ HOLLY PERSON”. Halloween’s origins can be traced back to the ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain, which was held on November 1 in contemporary calendars. It was believed that on that day, the souls of the dead returned to their homes, so people dressed in costumes and lit bonfires to ward off spirits.  By the 9th century, October 31 was being celebrated as All Hallows’ Eve, later contracted to Halloween,…

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