"From Singapore to Santiago and Nairobi to New York, millions will unite, switch off their lights and speak up on why nature matters to them and that question, in my mind, is one that we don’t ask ourselves enough," stated Sid Das, Director of Digital Engagement, WWF International.
This year, Chhath Puja will be celebrated from November 11 and continue till November 14, with 'Nahaye Khaye' on November 11, 'Kharna' on November 12, Sandhya Arghya on November 13 and Usha Arghya on November 14. It is celebrated four days after Diwali.
Income Tax Returns Filing: One can file his/her return involuntarily even if your income is less than the maximum exemption limit. As the date nears, here are the guidelines on how to file your tax returns (physical or online) easily.
Baisakhi 2018: Baisakhi is celebrated on April 14. On the occasion of Baisakhi, Gurdwaras all across India are decorated with lights and other ornamentations. Several satsangs are held and Sikhs visit and bathe in lakes or rivers before visiting the Gurdwaras.
The word Holi, derived from the word “hola”, means to offer prayers to the gods for good harvest. Along with the significance, the festival also has a lot of fascinating legends attached to it. This year,the festival falls on March 1 and March 2 .