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Bura Na Mano Covid Hai

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 great excitement, it is widely celebrated in March, which is parallel to the Hindu calendar month...Read More

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Where to celebrate ‘Holi’ in Australia

Are you an Indian who has just landed in Australia? Or you have been living in Australia for a long time and want to enjoy the upcoming Holi. Be it any reason; you would be amazed to know that Australia celebrates different cultures as well as makes allowances for the Indian community to celebrate their festival...Read More

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O HOLI! MY HOLI!

Growing up in a small town in India, Holi was my favourite festival. Yes, Diwali meant bursting crackers; Sankranti meant walking around the block and looking at all the Rangoli patterns on front porches; Ugadi meant tasting that tangy pickle first thing in the morning – but Holi is a true boy’s dream. You get...Read More