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→  May 17, 2010

India has the charm of festivities almost all the year round. Itís like you should have various reasons to have a ball. Particularly each region enjoys celebrating all the main festivals in their own way, calling them with different names, celebrating a day or two prior to the main festivals and thus visiting here during […]

→  May 13, 2010

When the junk yards maintain its dignity and make you drool over the place and send you a message that these junks are for keeps, what will you call this- an imagination at work, may be. The profitless, imprudent material has its fate to the junk yard or a store house which will hardly witness […]

→  May 3, 2010

The vastness of a land can sometimes be so surprising that you are all set to find diversity from one stretch to another and from one corner to another. This hugeness can throw you in confusion, or in a profound thought, at least I am the victim of this vastness. And how I float in […]

→  May 2, 2010

Labour Day is a unifying holiday, an expression of solidarity of workers all over the world, a celebration of recognition of workers rights. For some the May Day is one more occasion to spend time with family and friends, while for others this day is more than just one more Public holiday, it’s a chance […]

→  April 28, 2010

While Christmas celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, Easter celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ and thus signifies the main postulate of Christianity. There are some controversies upon the date of Easter celebration. As there is no commonly acceptable date for the resurrection, the dates of Easter in Western and Eastern traditions of Christianity do […]

→  April 27, 2010

When the diamond like clean fresh drops of rain does pitter patter on really parched ground, it is a time of pure bliss for some of us, especially to the local people in Rajasthan. And this geological weather change turns up to be a gala event here, creating strings of festivities, and parties that sometime […]

→  April 16, 2010

Spring season is in its full swing. The beautiful tender baby leaves on the tree sprout from every nook and corner. Early morning yesterday I was gazing the exquisiteness of the freshness of nature, the newly born leaves are light green and soft to touch, the pretty flowers bloom with the unblemished squeakiness and thus, […]

→  April 13, 2010

Several years ago my grandma a social activist by occupation and an atheist by confession changed her believes and became a strong Orthodox. She found peace and strength in her new faith. But the spirit of agitation didn’t vanish completely. Christianity became her new source of inspiration, time by time, grandma involved us more into […]

→  April 6, 2010

If you love sailing and paragliding then you don’t have to pick just one activity for the day any more. Instead you can go parasailing and enjoy a free ride above the sea!  I had a chance to experience it in Paihia a pearl of New Zealand’s Bay of Islands. A group of school friends, […]

→  April 2, 2010

Switzerland is a fascinating country. Mixture of  French, German and Italian languages, cuisines and traditions creates a unique Swiss culture and spirit. Promenades along shimmering lakes, down-hill slides over snowy Alps, bell-chattering peaceful cows, numerous festivals,  breath-taking-away train-rides -  traveling switzerland can be as exciting as it is diverse. It all depends on a destination. […]