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Hanukkah: Jewish Festival of lights

12/3/2012 6:41:00 AM

Hanukkah is the most widely celebrated American Jewish holiday. It is easy to celebrate and does not require intense spiritual reflection or elaborate preparation. It is celebrated for eight days and nights. Every holiday all around the world commemorate events invested with historical historical and religious meaning so does the Jewish holiday Hanukkah. Hanukkah means "rededication," and it commemorates the rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem after its desecration by foreign forces. In addition to that the Jews regained control of Jerusalem. It is a fun, child-centered occasion. It is celebrated with excellent food, an exchange of gifts and brightly lit colored candles are the most popular feature of this Jewish holiday. Hanukkah has become much more popular in modern practice because of its fall just before the most popular Christmas festival. The Jewish People also sing special songs, recite Hallel prayer, eating foods fried in oil,playing the dreidel game, and g

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Saint Mary Feast of the Immaculate Conception

12/4/2012 11:49:00 PM

Catholic saints are holy people and human people who lived extraordinary lives. Each saint of the Church honours responded to God's invitation to use his or her unique gifts. God calls each one of us to be a saint. One of the names that come to our mind is that of Saint Mary. As the mother of Jesus she has grown over time both in importance and manifestation. She is bestowed with the title of Mother of God. Other titles given to her are Mother of the Church, Mediatrix, Co-Redemptrix, Our Lady. The Feast of the Immaculate Conception celebrates the conception of Christ in the womb of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is a holy Day of Obligation in the United States. It is universally celebrated on December 8. In the Morden times this event is taken seriously. From the ancient Scriptures we come to know that at the very moment of Mary's conception in St. Anne's womb, God filled Mary with grace and preserved her from the stain of sin so she might be a pure vessel by whom Christ could enter

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Bihari Wedding: Post Marriage rituals

12/7/2012 7:23:00 AM

Bihar is a part of India is which is filled with elaborate and colourful celebrations.  It can be observed in a highly celebrated Bihari weddings. People celebrate the occasion with a lot traditional rituals which include pre wedding rituasl, rituals on the wedding day and the post wedding rituals. After bidaai, the bride arrives at the groom's place. She is given warmed welcome to start a new life. Swagat aarti As the newlywed couple arrives, the ladies of the groom's family performs an aarti and showers them with akshat and flowers. The groom's sister places a copper vessel filled with rice, a plate of alta (a red colored water) and two cane baskets. The bride gently pushes the rice-vessel with her right foot, which she then places on the plate of alta. She then places her left foot on the plate. Finally, she places both her feet in the c

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December 12th: Feast day of the Virgin of Guadalupe

12/10/2012 3:21:00 AM

Before the Christmas season the Mexicans celebrate the feast of La Virgen de Guadalupe. She is also known as Our Lady of Guadalupe. In additon to that she is the most famous and celebrated of all saints and she is also known as the Virgen Morena. This event bonds the people of Mexico and the Catholic Church. There is a story associated with this Saint. The story goes like this. She was on his way to a monastery. When she was passing the hill of Tepeyac she heard a lady signing. Due to her personality the sky turned brilliant. When she finished signing she heard a call from a woman. As she knelt before her she identified herself as the consummate virgin Saint Mary, mother of the true deity, God, the giver of Life, the creator of all, the ever present lord of heaven and earth”. Then she then asked for a temple to be built on the so that she could attend to the weeping, sorrows and prayers of all the people of the land. While he tried to rely this sighting to the Bishop she ha

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Promote Your Business on DesiEvite

12/14/2012 10:16:00 PM

Since 2006, DesiEvite is providing free online e-invitations and e-cards portal services to all people around the world. The DesiEvite’s three steps process are user friendly and created for any online users – new/starter, intermediate and advance. Sign-up and registration process is simple and free for all. After registration steps, one can start using remaining two steps features – create an e-invitations and e-cards & send them. The feature includes sending e-invitations & e-cards, choose both e-invitations & e-cards designs from  DesiEvite design library or use your own, tracking party event, post party events follow up activities, find party related services & business in your area and many more. Please visit and check it out these cool features. In addition to above features the DesiEvite also provides party services & business promotion facilities/option to all party services & business, who would like to promote their busines

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Christmas: Birth Anniversary of Jesus Christ

12/17/2012 4:52:00 AM

Christmas is a widely observed and most popular festival in Christians and non-Christians countries. It is an annual celebration and generally it is observed on December 25th every year. It is the commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ. It also denotes the close of the advent season. It is a season which observes a time when Jesus Christ was born. Christmas also means Christ mass. According to popular tradition, the birth took place in a stable, surrounded by farm animals. Her mother wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger. The Shepherds in Bethlehem were the first to see the child. When the new of his birth became public unspecified number of people and astrologers visited him. They also brought gifts of gold for this young lad. From the ancient accounts it is known that the visitors were said to be following a mysterious star, commonly known as the Star of Bethlehem. People celebrate Christmas by giving gift, playing Christmas music and singing carols. Christmas

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How to add your advertisement in Party Resources Directory?

12/19/2012 2:11:00 AM

In the previous blog you came to know that DesiEvite provides party services & business promotion facilities/option to all party services & business, who would like to promote their business on this popular social media platform. For this purpose it has made an online directory called Party Resources Directory. Here you can add entries related to your business. Here are the simple steps which facilitate the addition of entries in the directory. 1. Open www.desievite.com and click on PARTY RESOURCES DIRECTORY. 2. It would open the Party Resources Directory. 3. Here you would find a button called ADD YOUR BUSINESS HERE. Please click on it. 4. It would open frame where you have to enter the details of your business. 5. Business Category is a drop down which categories you business like if you are renting Party Hall for marriages then your business category would be Wedding Party Halls. Business name is the name of your venue where events take place. Address is the deta

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Telgu Pre Wedding Rituals

12/21/2012 7:01:00 AM

India is famous for its culture all around the world. Wedding is a ceremony which is diversified all around India. Every state follows a different way which is unique in itself. Andhra Pradesh is one of an Indian state which has an elaborated wedding culture. Traditional telgu wedding lasts for fourteen days. In today's busy life it is reduced to five to six days. If both the parties are financially strong they can extend the number of days. If we observe a telgu wedding we would find that it is not just a function it is a celebration because relatives start to involve into the wedding affair from an early period. All the rituals conducted throughout the Telugu wedding ceremony hold religious significance. Each element in the ceremonies is connected with the other and is given special importance. Before the wedding rituals start both the families renovate their houses and invite all the guests. Andhra Pradesh is famous for its rich and varied cultural heritage. All the rituals are

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Tamil Pre-Wedding Rituals

12/26/2012 7:21:00 AM

A Tamil wedding is a joyous celebration. It lasts for two to three days. In the olden times it used to last for seven days. Both the bride's family and groom's side plays a significant role in the organizing the wedding. Tamil weddings are very vibrant and colourful. It consists of lots of singing, dancing and fun-filled processions which reflect the Indian culture. Kanjeevaram silk sarees is a common feature of the wedding.         Wedding is considered as a very important turning point in the couple's life. This is the reason why, marriage is given supreme importance and a number of ceremonies are conducted before, during and after it. Here is the detail description of Tamil pre-wedding rituals.     Panda Kaal Muhurtham: This is the first pre-wedding ritual conducted by the Tamil families. It is conducted in order to seek blessings from the Almighty. It is a short ritual. It is performed a day prior to the wedding. Both the families offer praye

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Kannada Pre-Wedding Rituals

12/28/2012 5:41:00 AM

Kannada marriages are the weddings conducted in the state of Karnataka.In performance, Kannada marriage resembles the traditional Hindu marriage. However, the customs and traditions observed do differ according to the region they are practiced in. Kannada Marriage is a lengthy affair and constitutes of many rituals that are practiced before the actual wedding day. The wedding is usually arranged by the elders in the family. After the fixing of the union, the horoscopes of bride and the groom are matched and a date for the engagement party is set. This is done in the presence of a priest. Some of the rituals are very interesting. Kannada marriages are very meaningful and filled with joy.   Nischay Tamulam or Fixing of the Alliance   Nischay Tamulam is the ritual of fixing of marriage. In this ceremony parents of the bride and groom and everyone agreed to fix the marriage are present. Family of the groom presents the bride with a sari, blouse piece, coconut and fruits.

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