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The Origins of Valentine's Day: A Celebration of Love Through the Ages Valentine's Day, a day adorned with hearts, flowers, and sentiments of love, has a history rooted in centuries-old traditions. It's a day celebrated globally as a symbol of affection and appreciation for loved ones. But beyond the romantic gestures and sweet exchanges, Valentine's Day holds a deeper significance—one that extends to all forms of love, including the bond we share with nature.The origins of Valentine's Day can be traced...
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As the colors of the national flag unfurl in the crisp January breeze, we at Harith Tharang are not only celebrating the spirit of Republic Day but also embracing our duty towards Mother India. Our roots run deep, not just in the soil of our plant store, but also in the rich history and vibrant patriotism that binds our nation together.A TAPESTRY OF HISTORY: THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA Republic Day holds a special place in the hearts of every Indian....
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Pongal, the vibrant and sacred festival of Tamil Nadu, holds a special place in the hearts of its people, especially the hardworking farmers who toil tirelessly to bring bounty to our tables. As we delve into the essence of this festival, we uncover not only its cultural significance but also the agricultural rituals that bind the celebration to the land. Join us on a journey through the heart of Pongal, exploring its types, rituals, and ways to make this festival an...
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As the clock strikes midnight, the world unites in a jubilant celebration, bidding farewell to the old and welcoming the new. The story of the New Year is one steeped in tradition, history, and the promise of fresh beginnings. Yet, for plant lovers, this annual transition holds a deeper significance—one that resonates with the vitality of nature and the opportunites it presents for growth, both personal and environmental.Why It's Crucial to Grow More Plants and Trees in 2024? The imperative...
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As the festive season envelops the air in a symphony of joy, love, and tradition, Christmas arrives adorned with the warmth of giving and the allure of nature's embrace. At Harith Tharang, we believe in celebrating this cherished holiday by intertwining the magic of Christmas with the verdant beauty of plants and sustainable gifting. The Story of Christmas: A Timeless Tale Christmas, at its heart, narrates a tale of hope, love, and renewal. It revolves around the birth of Jesus...
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Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is not merely a festival; it's a celebration of the triumph of good over evil, of light over darkness. With each diya that is lit, we remember the timeless mythological story of Lord Rama and his return to Ayodhya after defeating the demon king Ravana. This festival is celebrated with unparalleled zeal and enthusiasm. It spans five days, with each day holding its unique significance. The central day, Diwali, marks the triumphant return of Lord...
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February the 14th is a day that brings a smile to our face. One immediately conjures up a picture of red roses and heart shaped candies. These celebrations have come a long way and has evolved since its earliest avatar. It is interesting to note that in its earliest form it was a Pagan rite which celebrated the coming of spring. It included the pairing of young men and women through lottery. With the advent of Christianity this popular festival...
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Every year 26th January is celebrated as the Republic Day of India. What exactly is the Republic Day? India became independent on 15th August 1947 yet   we followed the rules laid down by the Britishers. On 26th January India adopted its own book of laws or the Constitution of India thereby severing all colonial ties and became a Republic. The Constitution was adopted on this day as 26th January was  the day when the call for Purna Swaraj (Full Independence)was...
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Children ‘s Day is celebrated all over India on the !4th of November with great fanfare. The first Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru loved children very much and so his birthday, 14th November, is celebrated as Children ‘s Day. On this day schools and colleges all over the country organize various programs to make the children feel special and loved. This day is also meant to create awareness of the rights, care and education of children. Our first Prime...
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[4:43 pm, 08/10/2021] Ht Digital: Sharad Navratri revolves around worshipping the nine forms of Goddess Durga on the nine nights of Navratri. It only ends with the celebration of Lord Rama's victory over Ravana. While Durga Puja celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon king Mahishasur.The festival is associated to the prominent battle that took place between Durga and demon the Mahishasura and celebrates the victory of good over evil.These nine days are solely dedicated to Durga and...
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