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Diwali memories that lit up our hearts even today

Diwali memories that lit up our hearts even today

Diwali, being one of the biggest festivals of Hindus is celebrated throughout India and Nepal with utmost delight. It’s filled with lights, new outfits, jewellery, delicacies, fireworks, Pujas and rangoli. Although now-a-days we are part of all these, during childhood we were most often not involved in many chores. We […]

by October 26, 2018 1 comment celebration, community, EcoWatch
Do you know which is the fastest growing Indian language in US?

Do you know which is the fastest growing Indian language in US?

According to a study made by an American think tank, the fastest growing Indian language in the world is Telugu. Seven South-Asian languages are among the top ten fastest growing languages in US. Telugu, a south Indian language mainly spoken in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana is said to […]

by October 26, 2018 0 comments community, EcoWatch, news
Donald Trump says: “India is the tariff king”! Is it true?

Donald Trump says: “India is the tariff king”! Is it true?

Being the world’s second-largest country (population wise, after China), India has shown immense progress in the past few years. It’s true; trade liberalization has helped India a lot in its self-development process. According to the Mint analysis, Indian economy is one of the world’s most heavily protected economies. What does protected […]

by October 19, 2018 0 comments community, EcoWatch, India, news, World
Durga Ashtami – Eighth day of Navratri

Durga Ashtami – Eighth day of Navratri

Druga ashtami is the eight day of the ten days long festival of Dusherra, celebrated throughout India. Ashtami literally means eighth day. This falls in the Ashwin (September- October) month of Hindu calendar. Goddess Durga is considered as a consolidation of eight forms of Shaktis (or powers). Throughout India, Durga […]

by October 17, 2018 0 comments celebration, community, EcoWatch, Featured, Religion
The Failure of #MeToo for the Helpless Women

The Failure of #MeToo for the Helpless Women

The #MeToo movement found its roots in the United States and took shape in India when actress Tanushree Dutta criticized actor Nana Patekar of misbehavior on the sets of a movie. After this incident, many other women started revealing their stories as well. But is this enough? Does this cover […]

by October 16, 2018 0 comments community, EcoWatch
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