Holi, India's most vibrant celebration, is already being prepared for. This year, Holi will be celebrated on March 8 to mark the end of winter and the start of spring. Colors are a celebration of the victory of good over evil. The day before people start dousing each other in color, the Holi celebration actually begins with a bonfire, dancing, and singing around it.
Get inspired by amazing Holi messages in English! Discover beautiful and inspiring quotes, poems, and songs that will help you enjoy your Hindu festival season. Wishing you a happy Holi with all your loved ones!Read More
Every year on March 14th, the International Day of Action for Rivers is observed to raise awareness of how crucial rivers are to our daily lives. The day also attempts to increase public awareness of the importance of fair access to flowing, clean water.Read More
Mauritius celebrates its independence day on March 12 every year. On the anniversary of the day, Mauritius became an independent state within the Commonwealth, this day honors the island nation of Mauritius and its inhabitants, culture, and traditions.Read More
The CISF raises money to support its purpose every year on March 10. The 54th CISF Raising Day will be observed in India in 2023. According to official records, when it was founded in March 1969 as a result of a decision by the Indian Parliament, 2,200 individuals worked for it. The goal of the day is to increase the security and safety of the nation's manufacturing facilities.Read More
During the yearly Hindu holiday of Holi, which typically takes place in March, bright neon powder covers revelers in northern India. Holi sometimes referred to as the festival of colors, is observed on the final full moon of the Phalguna lunar month.Read More
On World Wildlife Day, we celebrate the beauty and diversity of the world's wildlife. This website provides information about the world's animal species and their habitats, as well as tips for conserving their environment.Read More
Ramakrishna Jayanti is celebrated every year on the first day of the Hindu month of Kartik. This is a time for reflection on the mahatma's life and teachings. Ramakrishna Jayanti is an annual event that celebrates the life and work of Ramakrishna.Read More