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Hindi Day – 14 September 2022

Show the beauty of the Hindi language National Hindi Diwas or Hindi Day is celebrated on 14th September every year in India. From the 14th of September 1949, it is celebrated to mark the adaptation of Hindi as the official language by the Constituent of Assembly. On 26 January 1950, it became a part of Read More

Commemorate the birth of Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha is considered as the most prominent god in the Hindu pantheon. He is known for his elephant head and can be spotted in every Hindu household, as an idol in the pooja room, at the entrance of the house, on calendars. Ganesha is worshipped by all the young and the old, the rich Read More

Embracing South Africa

To fully experience South Africa as a country, one must embrace all that is South Africa, including the diverse cultural backgrounds, languages, and the many beautiful natural sites that this country has to offer.

Victory of good over evil- Dussehra

Dussehra is a festival that indicates the victory of good over evil. It also signifies that wrongdoing must be revelled and punished on some of the other days. Whenever any evil push head and forces on you, the excellent power will prevent you. Truth, good energy, righteousness always wins the battle. In some parts of Read More

Gandhi Jayanti – 02 October

Gandhi Jayanti is an event celebrated in India to mark the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. It is celebrated annually on 2 October, and it is one of the three national holidays of India. Gandhiji incorporated many peaceful qualities in his life that has been inculcated through many generations and people’s lives today.  Here are 5 Read More


Feasts and Festivals are the Features of All Major Religions

Image: Times of India Being a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-religious society, celebrates holidays and festivals of various religions. The three national holidays in India, The Independence Day, The Republic Day The Gandhi Jayanti are celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm across India. In addition, many Indian states and regions have local festivals depending on prevalent religious Read More