India celebrates Rath Yatra wi...

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New Delhi, June 25 (IBNS): Festivities marked Sunday as several parts of the country are indulged in celebrating Rath Yatra with fun and fervour.

Bandel Church Prior appeals for peace, harmony
Bandel, WB, Apr 16 (IBNS): Delivering his Easter message on Sunday, Fr T L Francis, the head priest of Marian Shrine (Bandel Church), in West Bengal appealed to people to live life with peace and harmony while keeping an attitude of forgiveness and tolerance towards others.
Andrew Yule to celebrates of 99th Anniversary of Jagannatha Puja ...
Kolkata, Apr 14 (IBNS): Almost a hundred years back, Scottish businessman David Yule came to India and took over the Andrew Yule & Co. - a conglomerate with diversified interests set up by his uncles.
Bengali community celebrates Poila Baishakh today
Kolkata, Apr 15 (IBNS): West Bengal on Saturday ushered in its new year with fresh fervour, joy, hope and aspirations amid the exchange of hugs and wishes within the Bengali community which is celebrating the auspicious occasion of Poila Baishakh (the first day of the Bengali calendar), which marks the 'Nababarsho' or the Bengali new year.
Bengalis around the globe celebrate New Year with much fanfare
Kolkata, Apr 15 (IBNS): Lal Dighi, or the heritage water body in the heart of Kolkata's business district, will be the venue of a cultural and food festival on Saturday as part of the Bengali New Year celebration, according to media reports.
West Bengal celebrates festival of colours
New Delhi/Kolkata, Mar 12 (IBNS): Amid shades of different hues and happiness, West Bengal on Sunday celebrated the spring festival of Holi, which signifies the victory of good over evil.
Millions march on rivers' bank to offer prayers to setting Sun in...
Patna, Nov 6 (TheBiharPost/IBNS): Millions marched on the rivers' bank, ponds or near other water bodies on Sunday to offer prayers to the setting Sun in Bihar during Chhath, one of the biggest festivals of the Hindus.
Halloween celebrated around the world, even airports put us scary...
Toronto, Nov 1 (IBNS) Halloween, the festival to remember the dead, was celebrated across the world on Monday with the fever of the festivity even gripping airports where the airline staff dressed like ghosts and entertained the flyers.
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