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Gift retailers Archies, Fern N Petals hit hard by pandemic

Gift retailers Archies, Fern N Petals hit hard by pandemic

December 30, 2020

Greeting cards were an expression of love and passion, primarily among the teenagers and the youth. Archies was the torchbearer of exchanging hushed greetings between lovers in India. In 1987, Archies inaugurated its first concept store in Kamla Nagar, Delhi and pumped by popular...

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Srinagar: From flowing water to flowing flowers

Srinagar: From flowing water to flowing flowers

April 2, 2018

India is full of spectacular places and Srinagar cradled in the heart of Kashmir Valley, is one of them. Located in the northern Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir, the city boasts of snow clad mountain peaks, colourful flower gardens, waterfalls, lakes, shrines and monuments.

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Flowers that bloom every morning in Madiwala market, Koramangala, Bengluru

Flowers that bloom every morning in Madiwala market, Koramangala, Bengluru

March 25, 2018

  Madiwala, meaning the washerman Kannada, is a locality in southern Bengaluru, the Silicon valley of India and capital of the southern state of Karnataka, was home to the washermen of the city. Today, Madiwala is famous for other things, notably hosting the largest market ...

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Nature Photography Day 2017

Nature Photography Day 2017

June 15, 2017

On the occasion of the 12th Nature Photography Day, let’s grab the chance to reconnect with the places in nature that matter most to each of us - in the city and on the land, from the poles to the equator.

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A glimpse of the festival of lights in New Delhi

A glimpse of the festival of lights in New Delhi

November 1, 2016

People in New Delhi celebrated Diwali, or Deepavali as it is popularly known in India, with an infectious enthusiasm and energy. Diwali is a Hindu festival celebrated every year in autumn across the nation. Spiritually, it signifies the victory of light over darkness and of good ...

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Diwali festivities illuminate India

Diwali festivities illuminate India

October 29, 2016

As India prepares to celebrate Diwali, the biggest and the brightest festival in the country, this Sunday, many people abroad also follow the trend. As the festivities have already begun, here is why the festival is considered auspicious and the most important.

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Eco-friendly Diwali this year

Eco-friendly Diwali this year

October 27, 2016

As Diwali, the festival of lights, is nearing, people in India are enjoying the festive season but this time with an eco-friendly approach

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5 things to do in Udaipur

5 things to do in Udaipur

August 11, 2016

Udaipur, fondly known as the city of lakes, is a popular tourist destination in the state of Rajasthan in North-West India. The former capital of the Rajput kingdom of Mewar is a delight for history, architecture, nature and food lovers. Not only tourists, but the place is also a...

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Fascinating Appearance of ‘Titan Arum’ in Kerala

Fascinating Appearance of ‘Titan Arum’ in Kerala

July 22, 2016

World’s stinkiest flower, called so for its pungent smell resembling rotten flesh, bloomed at Gurukula Botanical Sanctuary and Garden in Alattil, North Wayanad, Kerala, India. It has grown out of a seed planted about nine years ago and stands tall at a height of al-most two met...

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WHO to promote Indian Yoga and Medicines

WHO to promote Indian Yoga and Medicines

July 21, 2016

India signed an agreement with the World Health Organisation (WHO) to globally promote the conventional Indian healing treatments including Yoga, Ayurveda, Unani and Panchkarma.

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