Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) is a scholarship program of the Government of India. It is funded by the Department of Science and Technology. The aim to this scholarship program is to encourage students for research careers in the areas of basic sciences. The scholarship and grants are offered up to the pre-Ph.D. level for […]
The advancement in technology has helped in improving the learning and teaching ways. There are a number of apps which provides detailed, notes, flashcards, practice paper, quizzes, and other materials to prepare students for the board exams and competitive exams. Here we present to you the 7 study apps for high school students
1. SimpleMind – […]
Children are blessings of God and a child in the family brings happiness and joy. Children’s day is celebrated across the globe to celebrate children and their happiness. Each country across the globe have a specific date on which children’s day is celebrated. Children’s day is celebrated on 1st June globally by most of the […]
Milad Un Nabi is the day marked to celebrate the occasion of the birth of Prophet Mohammed. The day is celebrated in of most Islamic countries and also in India. Milad un Nabi is celebrated based on the Gregorian calendar. The day is celebrated in the third calendar month Rabi-ul-Awwal on the 12th day. Sunnis […]
Greetings to All! We all have been a child and our childhood memories still linger in our mind. It is the best phase of one’s life. We still cherish our beautiful moments of the childhood and Children’s day give us an opportunity to relive the childhood again.
I am here to highlight the importance of children […]
The festival of lights, Deepawali, is the time of goddess Lakshmi pujan and her arrival in our homes. Mother Lakshmi should be pray with her favorite flowers and dress her with her favorite clothes. Lotus and roses are dear to the mother in the flower. Food like sweets (desserts) and kheer are her favorite. Saffron […]
Bali Pratipada or Govardhan Puja (Pooja Annakut) is organized in the month of Kartik, one day after the main Diwali. The day was celebrated by Hindus as Lord Krishna defeated Lord Indra. Sometimes there may be a day difference between Diwali and Govardhan Pooja. People in the order of making cereal food in the form […]
The festival of Dhanteras is celebrated as a five-day Diwali celebration all over India. Dhanteras is a form of the word ‘Dhan’, which means wealth and ‘thiras’, which means ‘terahve’ i.e. 13th, hence it is the festival celebrated on the thirteenth moon day of the Krishna side in the Kartik month (October-November) of the Hindus, […]
Diwali is a festival of lights; it is a five-day festival. The fifth day or the last day of Diwali is celebrated as “Bhai Duj”. In 2018, Bhai Dooj is on Friday, 9 November. Bhai Dooj is celebrated the next day after the new moon day. This is the day on which sisters prays for […]
What is Diwali or Deepawali?
The word Deepawali is derived from 2 words of Sanskrit “deep” and “awli”. “Deep” means the lamp and the meaning of the “awli” is series or an arrangement of something in continuous line. In this way Deepawali means a line or series of the lamps.
Diwali or Deepawali is the main festival of Hindus […]