Festival

Karva Chauth 2020: Easy Makeup looks to look stylish

Festivals bring great enthusiasm and happiness to everyone’s life. In India, usually in October and November, there are a lot of festivals like Dussehra, Karwa Chauth, Dhanteras, and Diwali which are celebrated with great zeal. For females, Karwa Chauth...

Time to make eco-friendly Ganpati idol a trend!

Ganesh Chaturthi is the most celebrated festival all over India. Many small businesses boom in this period. You can see streets embellished with lightings, garlands, sweets, and pandals. But the majority of Ganpati idols contain the materials which cause...

Kargil Vijay Diwas : 21 years later.

Chances are, a surprise military infiltration could overthrow an entire state, let alone a city. Provided it is timed right and intense enough. On this day, 21 years ago, this terrible fate was exactly what Operation Vijay prevented. It’s...

Celebration of events during lockdown

Lockdown has prevented us from going out of our homes. Except doctors, police officers, bank employees and shopkeepers of some shops all other people are staying at home now. This has made the celebration of birthdays and anniversaries difficult....

10 Interesting Japanese festivals

Festivals are the key to the culture and tradition of a country. If you are fascinated by Japan, then its various colourful and traditional festivals are perfect to introduce you to the vast culture of Japan and its beauty....

TOSHALI NATIONAL CRAFT MELA: ODISHA

Are you a fan of handicraft? Yes? Then let me tell you about the handicraft carnival that takes place every year in Odisha. Whether you love craft or not, you can still go there to shop for clothes, jewelry, and food. It...

6 Best Traditional Indian Necklaces To Buy This Wedding Season

With winter season also comes the wedding season in India. And of course, no Indian bride's wedding outfit is complete without gold jewelry. Bangles, necklaces, headbands, waist-bands, anklets; you name it, and you'll find it in an Indian bride's...

Top 10 Diwali Detox Diet Tips

Now that Diwali is gone, I'm pretty sure a lot of you must be feeling sluggish and bloated from all the sweets and fried food you consumed in the festivities. The guilt of eating those decadent laddoos and the...

Celebrating Ganesh Chaturti

According to the Lunar calendar which has its months from one Amavasyahya ( No moon day) to another, Lord Ganesha comes to earth on Chavati that is the fourth day of Bhadra (month) and returns to Kailash Parvath on...

Kumbh Mela – The largest religious fest in India

The largest religious festival in India which attracts millions of people from all over the world, and where people take a dip in the divine water is the Kumbh Mela.  Kumbh Mela is the religious festival that is celebrated four...

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Drawing Inspiration from Mixbook’s Gallery to Customize the Best Photobook

Did you know that Anna Atkins was the first person that invented photobooks? Being one of the pioneer photographers...