In Pictures: Basavanagudi lights up to celebrate Kadalekai Parishe

What started many years ago still continues in the city today. Kadalekai Parishe (groundnut fair), a tradition that’s followed for many decades ...

Kadalekai Parishe: The annual groundnut fair is back!

Kadalekai Parishe (Groundnut Fair) is one of the oldest annual events of Bangalore. The fair is supposed to be organized as a ...

Crackers are for Diwali and we shall celebrate

No rain or costly crackers could dampen the spirits of young Bangaloreans this Diwali. The festival of lights seems to getting even ...

Dhanteras - The festival of wealth

Dhanteras falls on the thirteenth day of the month of Ashwin. The word ‘Dhan’ means wealth. As such this day of the ...

Guidelines to follow this Diwali

Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) has appealed to people to be environment-conscious this Diwali and refrain from bursting crackers after 10 ...

Top 5 ways to celebrate a green Diwali this year

How do you celebrate Diwali? By lighting diyas, bursting crackers and eating sweets! This Diwali, make sure to nurture the environment. Go ...

Durga Puja in the city

The month of October is special. It’s the time when people from different communities get down into festive zeal and celebrate Durga ...

Ganesh Chaturthi keeping idol makers busy in Bangalore

Celebration is in the air, and in true spirits. With St Mary's Feast on Wednesday, Ramadan Eid on Friday and then Ganesh ...
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