This is how Nainital celebrates Diwali !!!!

Diwali or Deepavali is the "festival of lights", it is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated among Indians in India and abroad every year. Diwali is one of the largest and brightest festivals in India. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of good over evil. The preparations and rituals typically extend over a five-day period, but... Continue Reading →

“Ganesha Sthapana/Visarjan and Faith/Myth”

"Vakratunda Mahakay, Suryakoti Samaprabh, Nivrvighnam Kurumedev, Sarvkayeshu Sarvada"!!!!! Lord Ganesha is loved by everyone, being the first God to be worshiped in Hindus, this deity is often called as Ganapati , Mangal Murty, Ekdanta etc by His followers. Ganesha is told to be obstacle remover; Hindus worship Him first before performing any rituals on every... Continue Reading →

“Summer Festivities in Toronto, Fun and Entertainment”!

The best time of the year is finally here, outdoor fun, fresh air, splash pads, tents, camping, adventures, hiking, family time, road trips, longer days, daylight time, chirping birds, active bodies, barbecue, leash free parks, water guns, cheerful kids, bleeding knees, biking, scooters, roller blades, morning walk, evening walk, jogging, farmer’s market, beaches, backyard trampoline,... Continue Reading →

Holi and Importance of Gujiya

“What’s travel without food and Holi without Gujiya"?? Holi is my favorite among all the festivals, very close to my heart indeed; it’s originated in Northern India but people in other parts also play with the same zeal and enthusiasm. It’s a festival of colors, love, happiness, friends and family. People forget their hatred and... Continue Reading →

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