Justin in Mumbai

Believe it or not, Justin Bieber is finally here, ready to rock Mumbai with his maiden India concert. After his performance in Dubai on May 6, he tweeted- Dubai is incredible… India you are next. @Amit_Bhatia99 u ready? #PurposeTourStadiums — Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) May 8, 2017 This is Justin Bieber’s first concert in India. He…

Justin in Mumbai was last modified: May 10th, 2017 by Kash Pals

Charismatic Festivals of Rajasthan

Festivals of Rajasthan are the most exciting and delightful time of the year. With a rigorous routine in our day-to-day life, we lack time to spend with our family and friends, but come festivals, it forms a happy reunion. Certainly, India is one such country, which has loads of festivals, fairs celebrated in every corner….

Charismatic Festivals of Rajasthan was last modified: March 23rd, 2017 by Kash Pals

Nowruz- An Ancient Persian- Iranian Celebration

In Iran, every year, millions of Iranians celebrate Persian New Year or Nowruz. No one knows exactly how far back Nowruz dates but the best estimate is sometime in the range of 3000 years and the important thing to know about Nowruz’s origins is that it is rooted in Zoroastrianism, an ancient Persian religion that…

Nowruz- An Ancient Persian- Iranian Celebration was last modified: March 20th, 2017 by Kash Pals

Republic Day

26th January is among the most significant occasion celebrated in India. On 26th January 1950, the constitution of India was enforced and India achieved its pledge of becoming a totally sovereign, democratic and republic nation. Many grand events and programs are organized throughout India depicting love and patriotism. Not to forget the most alluring grand…

Republic Day was last modified: January 25th, 2017 by Kash Pals

The Most Happening Mumbai Events 2017

Mumbai is a hub of activity. It is said that this city never sleeps. That is why; Mumbai nightlife is so happening. Most of the pubs and clubs are open till the dead hours of the night where people can party and chill out. When the other cities are in deep sleep, Mumbai is still…

The Most Happening Mumbai Events 2017 was last modified: January 5th, 2017 by Kash Pals

Celebrate Diwali – Let Your Light Shine.

Diwali is an ancient Hindu festival which is celebrated every year during autumn. This year Diwali falls on October 30. The celebrations include millions of lights shining on housetops, outside doors, and windows, around temples and other buildings in the communities and countries wherever it is observed. Diwali is a festival of lights- Diyas, lanterns,…

Celebrate Diwali – Let Your Light Shine. was last modified: November 3rd, 2016 by Kash Pals

Social Media Week- Day 5

On 16th September 2016, I set out to attend Day 5 of Social Media Week. I reached the venue very early. @HyattRegencyMum Kudos for being a warm #host and wonderfully handled attendee arrangements @SMWMumbai #SMWMumbai pic.twitter.com/OeVGZvJ51N — HDS Digital (@HDSdigital) September 16, 2016 So, I waited in the Hyatt Lounge. Then after registration, I went…

Social Media Week- Day 5 was last modified: May 16th, 2017 by Kash Pals

Social Media Week- Day 3

Social Media Week is a leading media platform and worldwide event with local presence and global reach across five continents. It is produced by R SQUARE Consulting, a full-service marketing agency managing Brand Properties and providing the following, but not limited, to Marketing Services – Brand Activation, Digital Marketing, Corporate Events, Brand Identity Consultancy & Design,…

Social Media Week- Day 3 was last modified: May 16th, 2017 by Kash Pals

PILGRIM NATION: VIRGIN MARY IN VAILANKANNI

With the month of September setting in soon, it will be Mother Mary’s  birthday on September 8. {Read here about the fair} The following is yet another place that you must visit – At her shrine in Vailankanni, Tamil Nadu, devotees bow to her, stretch out their hands and crawl to her shrine to express…

PILGRIM NATION: VIRGIN MARY IN VAILANKANNI was last modified: August 29th, 2016 by Kash Pals

Pateti and Parsi New Year

The significance of the word ‘Pateti’-is derived from the Middle Persian word for repentance Patet. Papeti or Pateti is New Year’s Eve for orthodox Parsi’s who follow the Shahenshahi Calendar. The next day is considered as ‘Navroze’ which is the New Year’s Day. Pateti, is, therefore, a day for all good Parsi’s to reflect on their…

Pateti and Parsi New Year was last modified: May 16th, 2017 by Kash Pals