Be it Indian weddings, Diwali, Karva Chauth (Hindu festivals), or any other festival, Indian girls never miss an opportunity to wear Mehendi.
A mantra is a group of powerful and sacred Sanskrit words, to chant for spiritual benefits.
“Every action has an equal and opposite reaction”-we know that right?
Talking about Indian food habits, you may notice that we Indians always start our meal with something spicy and ends up with sweets.
Where the rest of the world prefers eating their meal by sitting in a chair and table; on the other side, in India, people prefer to have their meal traditionally.
Saree is one of the traditional Indian attire, which is basically an uncut piece of cloth, worn by women.
Mangalsutra is a type of sacred necklace that Indian women wear after marriage to signify their marital status.
Nose pin or “Nath” (in Hindi) is such an elegant accessory that is a part of Indian culture.
India is the land of thousands of temples across the country with different designs, shapes, and locations
Hindus throw a coin in the river or pond whenever they visit or pass by any temple.