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Gandhi Jayanti 2015

10/5/2015 7:45:00 AM

                                      " Gandhi Jayanti "   This upcoming October 2nd, 2015, marks 147th ‘Gandhi Jayanti’ or birthday of Sri. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the Father of Founding of the Sovereign Federal Republic of India as a Nation since 1947 otherwise, known as, “Father of the Nation” in short! It’s an annual National Gazetted Holiday for the residents of India since his passing in the year 1948 after the country’s independence; and also, the International Day of Non-Violence observed worldwide by the citizens of this planet under the official recommendation by the United Nation General Assembly since 15th of June, 200

Posted by: Saurabh Kumar

DesiEvite Invites You All for Hartalika Teej!

10/5/2015 7:55:00 AM

    Happy Hartalika Teej to all the Ladies!!     DesiEvite.com is really very glad to be part of lives so many people in organizing their respective events through this festive season serving as a free online portal for creating digital e-invitations, managing of events and RSVPs confirmations especially for Hartalika Teej! Hartalika Teej is a well-known Hindu festival for ladies that is observed on the third day of the bright half of the North Indian Lunar month of Bhadrapada or Bhadrapud. The word “Hartalika” is an amalgamation of two words "harit" and "aalika" which implies "abduction" and "female friend" separately. The story goes like this with this Teej that Goddess Parvathi incarnated on the Earth as the daughter of Himalayas and called as Shailaputri. Her father has given a promise fo

Posted by: Saurabh Kumar

GOLU - THE SOUTHERN INDIA NAVARATRI

10/7/2015 4:22:00 AM

GOLU of Navaratri – The Southern India Festival   Navaratri meaning nine nights of a year is all about observing this festival by understanding the roots the Hindu origin and improving ones’ inward self. Navaratri is a great reasonable tool of giving us the opportunity to dedicate just nine nights to do nine small ‘steps’ or ‘golu’ in our inner quest. Navarathri starts after the new moon day in September October months. That New moon day is good for doing "Ancestral" worship). On this very day, the Golu (kolu) steps are arranged with wooden planks or packing boxes having 9 steps. The next day, Lord Ganesh is worshipped with the realisation that the commencing festival will help people in raising up their respective awareness. Thereafter, the dolls are arranged in a definite way on the steps to inaugurate the festival

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“Dussehra &/OR Vijayadashami”

10/26/2015 7:43:00 AM

“Dussehra &/OR Vijayadashami”   Dussehra is a very important festival of India and for Hindus all over the World. It signifies the win over evil by the God. Dussehra is derived from Sanskrit conjoint word “Dusha(ten-headed)-hara (overthrow),” which literally means the ten-faced evil Lankan King Ravana’s defeat on this day. The whole mythology behind this signifies of the most eventful day in the whole of the Indian religious epic of Ramayana, when Lord Ram is finally able to kill Ravan on this very day to get his beloved wife Sita from Ravan’s trap. The day also goes synchronous with another much older Hindu mythological event of ‘Vijayadashami.’ Along with the end of Navaratri, this period likewise, has the significance of the number 10 at this phase going along with the Hind

Posted by: Saurabh Kumar

Karva Chauth

10/29/2015 4:58:00 AM

Karva Chauth     DesiEvite.com invites people to send free digital invitations to invite your family people, husbands and wives on the holy occasion of Karva Chauth. Our site www.DesiEvite.com helps people in organizing events, inviting people and having RSVP responses from their guests in real-time with all possible details required for the day of the event…all for free! On behalf of our team at Pune Development Centre, we wish you all a “Happy and Sacred Karva Chauth!!” (Note: Our e-invitations are ‘just in time invitations’ because they are totally in authentic digital format for inviting people in real time via email all over the World; and, in India and Nepal, this facility is available through SMS too, all free of any charge.) For any queries regarding the e-invitation processes please check the link: http://www.desievi

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