Makar Sankranti celebrations. Celebrated on 14th of January, Makar Sankranti is the harvest festival that is marked by suns' shift in position. Around 14th January, the sun enters Capricorn (Makar in Hindi and Sanskrit) and ...
In a bid to popularise wine, the country's first Grape Harvest Festival shall be held in India's wine capital here March 2 and 3, an organiser said Sunday.The wine festival will include stalls from wineries, ...
Happy Pongal 2021: Pongal is celebrated as the harvest festival and coincides with observance of Lohri, Makar Sankranti and Bhogali Bihu in different parts of the country.
Pongal is one of the most popular harvest festivals of South India, mainly in Tamil Nadu.
Lohri 2022: Traditionally it is a community bonfire where people gather around it, sing songs, munch on festive delights and make merry.Here are some traditional foods Lohri bonfire is incomplete without.
Onam 2021: Celebrate the 10 day festivities of onam with the best of onam sadhya recipes that you can prepare at home. From luscious pulissery to decadent payasam, we've got it all for you along ...
Pongal 2022: The four-day festival of Pongal is being celebrated across the country. Here are some recipes to try for this harvest festival!
Delicious Pongal Recipes: Pongal, also known as Thai Pongal, is celebrated on the day the sun begins to move northwards, similar to the popular harvest festival of the North - Makar Sankranti.
While Delhi welcomes the season of harvest with Lohri, a sizeable South Indian population in the capital greets the season with Pongal and Makar Sankranti.
The all-vegetarian feast is one of the star highlights of the Malayali harvest festival. Onam 2017 will end on 6th September, 2017