Wishes all its readers and Nation a very happy and prosperous Diwali.
‘Be save, Keep safe and say no to Alcohol’

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The month of festivals clearly identify the diversity of Indian rich heritage and unity in diversity the beautiful month of October, well from the begging till the end of the month it’s all about celebration. 
From 1st of October where Navratri  begins to 31st of October  Diwali Gowardhan Puja, Annakut, Bali Pratipada, Dyuta Krida, New Samvat Begins, It’s never the end of celebration colour’s love joy food and the time of togetherness.

 

Little things to remember try to buy the earthen diya’s so that the prosperity also knocks the doors of these potters.
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Don’t waste too much on crackers as save your money, environment and try to have colorful decorative diwali instead of having a noisy one.

Try to look around for people who are sick and old keep them away from noise and the smoke, go green.

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Play hard party hard enjoy every second of festival but ‘Be save and Keep safe Avoid Alcohol’

Buy products from poor people making their diwali a happy and prosperous one.
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Wishes all its readers and Nation a very happy and prosperous Diwali.
     ‘Be save, Keep safe and say no to Alcohol’

‘Durga Puja’ And ‘Muharram’

Religious tolerance is our strength.

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Muḥarram is the first month of the Islamic calendar. It is one of the four sacred months of the year. Since the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar,Some Muslims fast during these days. The tenth day of Muharram is the Day of Ashura, which to Shia Muslims is part of the Mourning of Muharram.

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Decorated pandal of Durga Puja festival in Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, India. Durga Puja is the main Hindu festival of West Bengal. It is celebrated by Bengali Hindus by holding community functions in ‘Durga puja pandals’ which are very artistically decorated and compete for prizes. Cultural and musical programmes including ‘Rabindra Sangeet’ and plays called ‘Jatras’ are held over a four day period, culminating in the immersion of the diety on ‘Bijoya’ which is celebrated as ‘Dusra’ or ‘Dushehra’ in many parts of India. ‘Bijoya’ is regarded as the Bengali new year.

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WISHING ALL THE HUMAN RACE A DIVERSE AND UNITED COLOURS OF FESTIVALS OF INDIAN CULTURE.