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Made in India Magazine | December 2, 2021

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Posts ByRakhi Malhotra, Author at Made in India Magazine

Australian Cars to have Alcohol-Locks

October 24, 2021 |

Before the end of the year, the state of Victoria will be the first jurisdiction outside of the U.S. to trial new technology in vehicles. These technologies are envisioned to make our roads safer by fitting advanced sensors to … Read More

Important Diwali Traditions And Customs You Should Know About

October 20, 2021 |

If have been to India, you would realise that Diwali is one of India’s most celebrated festivals. However, due to a large number of Indians in diaspora in other parts of the world, the festival is marked … Read More

Get Giloy in Your Daily Diet

October 4, 2021 |

Ayurveda originated in India more than 5000 years ago, an ancient science of healing that means ‘the science of life’ in Sanskrit. Ayurveda concentrates on the prevention of illnesses and the maintenance of optimum health, which it advances through … Read More

How to Do an At-Home Facial Treatment for Dull, Dehydrated Skin

August 16, 2021 |

I love to give myself an at-home facial treatment once every week, especially when I’ve got the time or whenever I feel bothered about my skin.

And guess what? It’s pretty easy. You, too, can do the same for your … Read More

Heroic Indian boatman is rewarded after finding baby girl floating along the river Ganges in Ghazipur City

June 19, 2021 |

A baby girl has been found by a boatman floating along the river Ganges. Aged just three weeks, the baby was laid on top of a red blanket and was found in a brightly coloured wooden box with a … Read More

Bura Na Mano Covid Hai

March 5, 2021 |

The Hindu Festival of Colours, otherwise known as ‘Holi’, dates back to the fourth century and marks the beginning of spring after the long winter. Many see it as symbolic of the triumph of good over evil. Marked with … Read More

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