Home Relationship Marriage and beyond Marriage And Beyond on September 22, 2022 Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha are both talented stars who are known for their eccentric on-screen roles. As per the reports, the real-life couple is all set to get married on 4 October 2022 and the picture of their wedding invite has gone viral. Speaking of their wedding invitation, it is nothing but fun and quirky, just like their offbeat movie choices and overall attitude toward life! Image: Instagram Couple On Bicycle Ali and Richa's wedding invite features a lovely picture of the couple riding bicycles. The wedding invite has a matchbox design and the text on the same has, "Couple Matches" words written on it. The card looks nothing but cute, fun, and out of the box! The trend of opting for quirky wedding cards has been around for quite some time now and Ali and Richa too went for a wedding invite that's cool and looks outlandish! … [Read more...] about Ali Fazal And Richa Chadha’s Wedding Invite Is Cute And Outlandish! See It Here
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Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Faith Mysticism on October 9, 2018 Navratri is amongst the most important and eminent festivals that the Hindus celebrate in India and in many other parts of the world. This festival is devoted to Goddess Durga. The Hindus celebrate this festival with a lot of dedication and loyalty all over the country. The festival is known to stretch for a constant period of nine days and each day is dedicated to a different form of Goddess Durga. The festival is celebrated in accordance with the Hindu calendar and the festival falls on the Ashvin month, which is between the months of September to October. The celebrations of Navratri include stage decorations, the narration of the great legend of Navratri, chanting the Holy Scriptures and enacting the entire story. On the ninth day of this revered festival, the idols of Goddess Durga are immersed in the water bodies or the evil statue is burnt with … [Read more...] about History Behind Celebrating The Navratri Festival
Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Festivals on September 12, 2022 It was way back in the early part of the 12th century that the Shaiva cult had grown a huge base of followers of whom Kulottunga Chola was the most important one. Although he was a great Shiva devotee, he was attached fanatically to the Shaiva cult. He looked down on the Vaishnava mantras, disrespected holy Basil, and even got the Govindaraja Perumal temple locked down for an indefinite time, after which, he forcibly got an agreement signed, that asked for strict compliance to the Shaivite tradition from everyone. Read on to know how the story connects with Bibi Nachiyar, a Muslim princess who is now enshrined as a deity in the Melkote temple, which is located in Mandya distinct, between Bangalore and Mysore. Bibi Nachiyar: Ramanujacharya Steps In To Tondanur Subjected to excruciating torture following this debacle, people finally informed Sri … [Read more...] about Bibi Nachiyar: Muslim Princess Enshrined As A Deity In The Melkote Temple
Home Women Women on September 9, 2022 Queen Elizabeth II was the head of state for 16 countries: the queen of the United Kingdom as well as the Commonwealth. As British monarch, she was also the head of the Anglican Church. She was born Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor on April 21, 1926, in London, the oldest daughter of King George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. At the time, there was no way to know she would go on to become queen, as her uncle — the Prince of Wales and later King Edward VIII — and her father stood before her. However, she went on to become the longest-lived British monarch as of December 21, 2007, and the longest-reigning British monarch as of September 9, 2015, surpassing her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria on both counts. Discipline and Dedication Elizabeth represented her father around the world due to his losing battle with cancer. He died on February 6, 1952, while she was in Kenya, and she … [Read more...] about Long Live The Queen: Queen Elizabeth II
Home Women Women on March 8, 2022 Indian women have always been labelled as traditional. Covering heads, wearing bindis, laden with ornaments, traditional clothes and so many other things set Indian women apart from the rest. The practice of covering heads in India has been a matter of curiosity for most of us, including those who are new to our culture. Covering the head and sometimes even veiling the face is often seen as a mark of respect. In some cultures, married women are supposed to pull off a veil in front of elder male members of the family. In very traditional and rural areas, women use their sari to completely cover the face and neck, concealing their identity before males. Some women use the fabric to cover their whole face, chest, arms, and stomach. This type of veiling is still popular with Hindu brides and is observed on the wedding day. Many new brides use the ghungat until their father-in-law advises to unveil. … [Read more...] about Opinion: Why Do Indian Women Cover Their Head And Face?
Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Festivals on September 22, 2022 Dussehra is of paramount significance and as standing evidence of the historical epoch that saw the revival and victory of Dharma over Adharma. Rama, a symbol of Dharma or righteousness, eliminated Ravana, the symbol of evil, in a bitter war that was fought between Rama's forces and Ravana's demon army. Dharma (symbolised by Rama) had been challenged by adharma (Ravana) wherein Rama intervened in the situation and reestablished dharma on planet earth. Seetha was the prime example of Dharmo Rakshati rakshitaha. (Dharma will protect those who follow it). The dharma which she followed protected her from the clutches of the Ravana, the symbol of adharma, through Lord Rama who gave the final verdict. By rescuing seta, he not only followed the dharma of a husband but also dispensed justice to his subjects as an able king who saved them out of the peril called … [Read more...] about Ravan Dahan On Vijayadashami: Time, Rituals, Weapon Worship, Effigy Burning, Celebrations, And Significance