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Hindu wedding and the saat phere The most important features of the Hindu wedding are the “saat phere” meaning the seven circumambulations. It involved seven rounds around a fire. The groom and bride recite vows or Vedic mantras.         In the first round or phera, the couple […]

Willing to renew your wedding vows? Why not Indian way?


Coming soon, the Contemporary Art Week! Contemporary Arts Week started in 2013 and since then over 1000 artists have performed in different venues over the years like Instituto Cervantes, LTG, Summer house, Akshara Theatre and DLF Promenade.   The non-profit NGO Friends of Art has started this initiative with varied […]

Contemporary Arts Week – 15th to 22nd of October 2016 ...


The Indian wedding is a unique marriage in the world. Like all religious marriages, the Hindu marriage also has its own characteristics and customs. Note that marriage is one of the biggest events of the religious life of an Indian family. Spotlight on the originality of the Indian wedding. The […]

The originality of Indian wedding



Rakshabandhan as a festival is not all about gifting her crisp notes to your sister. It is about showcasing your love and affection towards your loved ones. Gifts has undergone a complete makeover and customers these days are looking for some popular personalized gift options. It is these personalized gift […]

Discover Rakshabandhan Festival


Jugaad: Fork belt
Jugaad Jugaad is a Hindi word, which means “frugal invention”: the art of finding ingenious solutions to solve a problem and this, with almost nothing. In other words, it’s: “do more with less”. This mentality was first developed in the emerging countries such as India, Brazil, Africa or China. There […]

Jugaad or the art of problem-solving


Hotel Delhi
The Great Indian Food Festival is a festival celebrating the best street foods from different parts of India. Why shoud we go ? This is the best time ever to taste some authentic dishes from Rajasthan, Gujarat, , Kolkata, Hyderabad,Delhi, Chennai, Amritsar and many other various cities of India at […]

Great Indian Food Festival 2016



Pongal Festival
Pongal,  one of the most important popular Hindu festivals of the year, is essentially an agricultural and harvest festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu.  The harvest festival is celebrated on January 15th this year.   What is Pongal? Many southern states in India celebrate Pongal as a thanksgiving for the good harvest […]

Pongal : The Harvest Festival


Goa is a very small state (in comparison with the other Indian states) of South India, located in South to Maharastra (Bombay state). The capital is Panaji. This state is bordered by Arabian Sea through 101km of coast. The highest point is Sonsogor (1,167m). Goa people (around 1,5 million inhabitants) […]

Goa: a new season begins!


Paan is something very typical that we can usually eat at the end of a traditional meal. You can buy at every street corners. There are so many varieties. Basically, it makes with many spices (nutmeg, saffron, cardamom…), areca nuts, lime which they add tobacco. And all is wrapped up […]

The paan or the Indian chewing-gum