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Image Blog Post Bengali New Year

Published on 05-04-2018

Bengali New Year

Bengali New Year, also known as Pahela Baishakh in Bengali, is falling on 14th April 2018. The day is a national holiday in Bangladesh and celebrated with great zest all over the world including the UK. Baishakh is the first month of the Bengali calendar and the first day of this month is seen as the commencement of a new year. It is also a solar new year for Hindus and Sikhs and they celebrate it as a harvest festival by going out on picnics with family and participating in fairs and processions.

Image Blog Post Rama Navami

Published on 22-03-2018

Rama Navami

Rama Navami is a Hindu festival celebrated in spring every year and it marks the birthday of a Hindu god called Rama. The day falls on the ninth day of the Shukla Paksha in the month of Chaitra. Rama Navami is falling on 25th March, 2018 this year and will be celebrated with great ardour and passion by the Hindus all over the world. There are many rituals associated with this day including Rama Navami Puja rituals. There is a specific time observed on this day as the exact moment when Shri Rama was born and this time is the most important time of the day when Puja is performed.

Imagen Blog Post Norooz, Persian New Year

Published on 20-03-2018

Norooz, Persian New Year

Nowruz or Norooz, the Persian New Year, is falling on 20th March, 2018 this year. It usually falls around 19th to 21st March depending on the sun crossing the celestial equator to enter the Northern Hemisphere. Night and day become equal when this happens and this event marks the beginning of a new year for the Persians. Norooz is celebrated by Iranians and Central Asians the world over including the UK as a secular holiday. The day is considered to be a holy day for the Muslims living in Iran and other countries of the region. There are certain rituals that families perform together, which have been in practice since ages.

Image Blog Post Different Christmas Traditions in the World

Published on 15-12-2017

Different Christmas Traditions in the World

Christmas is a time for celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ on 25th December and Christians all over the world are excited about this Holy Day. They begin their festivities invariably in the early part of December and traditions vary in different parts of the world. Even in places where Christianity is not a major religion practiced among the populace, traditional Christmas decorations could be find in public places as people get into the festive mood for this holiday season which is meant to be a `jolly one’. Christmas trees have become a popular symbol all over the world and they are decorated with little sparkling lights in them. Christmas celebrations and traditions differ in various countries of the world and the events for this season are spread over a long period of time. Here is an overview of how Christmas traditions are followed in each part of the world.