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The commencement of the New Year brings a slew of festival which Indians keep looking forward for the rest of the year. The four day long harvest festival Pongal holds a great value for the people of Tamil Nadu and traditionally it is a day to thank and appreciate the Sun God for helping in growing crops by providing energy for its growth as the farmers’ livelihood depends on it. The festival is marked by boiling the fist rice of...
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The beginning of a new year is a good time to look back on the year before and find ways to be better. One good thing about gardening is that the fact of doing the same thing consistently over time means you get a lot of practice and opportunity to learn what works.Gardening is a lot like life. PLANT THE SEEDSGo ahead and try something new. Maybe it’s that recipe you saw in a magazine last month but you just...
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While it may be the most wonderful time of the year, celebrating Christmas has a huge impact on the planet. With greeting cards, plastic decorations and unwanted gifts all generating a huge amount of landfill waste, the real cost of a Merry Christmas can be devastating for the environment. Get a natural Christmas tree. HARITH THARANG brings to you natural christmas trees in all sizes. We have made it our goal to make this christmas nothing short of excellent and...
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Karthigai is essentially a festival of lamps.Rows of Agal vilakkus (Clay Oil lamps) are lit in every house.The lighted lamp is considered an auspicious symbol. It is believed to ward off evil forces and usher in prosperity and joy. While the lighted lamp is important for all Hindu rituals and festivals, it is indispensable for Karthigai.The lighting of the lamp has a very special spiritual significance. The wick in the lamp denotes our ego, the oil in the lamp symbolizes...
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What comes to your mind when we talk about the children or the childhood?The innocence, the mischiefs, the games, the fights or you just go and look in the mirror. What do you do? Do you miss being the little kid who could play, jump, sing out loud or dance in the rain??? Most of us do this. Most of us miss being a kid. This Children’s Day, let’s celebrate the long lost childhood. We think that we have grown...
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Diwali is the festival that brings good luck to all. The lighted diya should not only enlighten the environment but also has to shed the darkness of poverty and ignorance. However, the question is how far we are able to understand and appreciate the fact that we are moving away from the real essence of the fiesta of light? The festival slowly but surely is becoming a problem for the environment due to the carelessness and heedlessness of the general...
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We are connected to this universe - to some power that makes this whole creation happen. This power is filled with love. Navaratri is the time for you to realize that you are loved, and rest in this feeling of love. When you do this, you come out feeling stronger, wiser, rejuvenated, refreshed and harmonious.In our day-to-day lives, we get very caught up in different activities. All kinds of noises are constantly going on in our minds - bickering, arguing,...
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We thank all our customer for the overwhelming response towards Seed Ganesha. We take this moment to appreciate everyone effort to make a green impact. We had a massive response for the Eco-friendly Ganesha idols with plant seeds in them. 100% natural & handcrafted, this Ganesha idol symbolizes prosperity. Pick these eco-friendly idols and welcome Ganesha into your home in your style! You can place the idol in a pot with soil at the end of the festival, water it...
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Green and sustainable products of the season 1)PLANTABLE ECO-FRIENDLY RAKHI KITS has a seed rakhi, coir coins and a coir pot. after the celebration the coir coins and seed rakhi are to be immersed with water in the coir pot. wait a few days to see new plants sprouting from them.   2) plantable seed paper flag kits has 3 seed paper flags, coir coins and a coir pot. after usage the flags and the coir coins are to be...
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Friendship day is celebrated in various parts of the world. There are different days in each country to celebrate this important day. In India, Friendship day is celebrated on the first Sunday of August. The tradition of celebrating friendship day began in the West and now India and other countries also celebrate it. People give gifts to their friends to make the day memorable. People tie a Friendship band around their friend’s wrist in order to honour the friendship. Friendship...
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