Makar Sankranthi – The festival of Harvest and Kites

2019-03-06T09:01:58+00:00 Categories: Festivals, Parents, Students, Teachers|

Makar Sankranthi is celebrated across the globe by Hindus. The word Sankranti refers to transmigration of the sun from one constellation (Rashi) to another. Sankranthi is celebrated on the transition of the sun into the zodiac sign of Maka (Capricorn). There are 12 Rashis across the year. Sankranthi falls mostly on the same day of […]

Christmas Day

2018-12-03T12:36:39+00:00 Categories: Festivals|

Christmas is the most special time of the year, where we have permission to express our most noble feelings through details, caresses and kind words … A special time of approach and shared with friends and family to strengthen and nurture the bond of love and friendship.

Christmas is a time of celebration, gifts, children, joy, […]

Milad un Nabi / EID-E-Milad / The Prophet’s Birthday

2018-11-21T07:24:43+00:00 Categories: Festivals|

Eid Milad Meaning

Milad Un Nabi is the day marked to celebrate the occasion of the birth of Prophet Muhammad. The term Milad (from Mawlid) refers to birthday and Eid means celebrations. The day is celebrated in most Islamic countries and also in India. The day is celebrated in the third calendar month Rabi-ul-Awwal on the […]

Dhanteras 2018

2018-11-06T12:14:49+00:00 Categories: Festivals|

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, […]


2018-11-01T10:54:25+00:00 Categories: Festivals|

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 […]

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