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International Day of Yoga Celebrations Planned in Houston

Manu Shah HOUSTON, TX (TIP): The Consulate General of India, Houston in collaboration with Friends of Yoga, is organizing several events across Texas to celebrate the 5th International Day of Yoga. This ancient Indian practice […]

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Indian Americans

IALI Celebrates HOLI DHAMAKA in Style

HICKSVILLE, NY (TIP): Color, Noise and Revelry and Excitement, these were the words used to describe what was the Holi event celebrated by IALI on March 19, 2017. The Festival of Colors “HOLI” was celebrated […]

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Sikhs should think of partying to celebrate Vaisakhi

Why not we do any festival parties, as Christians do Christmas parties, Muslims do Iftar parties and Hindus do Diwali & Holi parties. All these are religious festivals but people celebrate with food, dance and […]

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HOLI: LET THE COLOR SHOWER JOY

The colorful festival of Holi is celebrated on Phalgun Purnima which comes in February end or early March. Holi festival has an ancient origin and celebrates the triumph of ‘good’ over ‘bad’. The colorful festival […]

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TAKE CARE OF YOUR HAIR THIS HOLI

The festival of colours Holi is just around the corner. And even if you’re prepared with organic colours, you may get drenched in toxic colours, courtesy your friends. And this may take a toll on […]

Incredible India

ASSAM — GATEWAY TO NORTHEAST INDIA

Home to the mighty Brahmaputra, Assam is the gateway to northeast India (NE) with its main city Guwahati flaunting its one major railway station and an international airport. But unlike what many think, Guwahati is not […]

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Human shield to protect Hindus celebrating Holi in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (TIP): A human shield was formed at the Holi celebrations at Swami Narayan Temple in Karachi to show solidarity with and protect Hindus in attendance. The National Students Federation (NSF) organized the formation of a […]

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THE TRUTH ABOUT PARTITION

In 1857 the Mutiny broke out, in which Hindus and Muslims jointly fought against the British. After crushing it the British decided that the only way to control India was through the policy of divide […]

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RANA International Convention to focus on healthy and literate Rajasthan- Hadpawat

The entire Indian American community is talking about the Rajasthan Association of North America (RANA) International Convention being held from July 3rd to 6th at the upscale Hotel Islandia Marriott on Long Island, New York. […]

United States

GUJARATI SAMAJ of New York to hold CULTURAL FESTIVAL of Gujarat on August 8, 9, 10

NEW YORK (TIP): Gujarati Samaj of New York announced a CULTURAL FESTIVAL OF GUJARAT to mark the celebration of its 40th Anniversary. The festival will be held on August 8,9 & 10, 2014. Consul General […]

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NYC Bhangra brings Holi colors to the Dag Hammarskjöld Park

NEW YORK CITY, NY (TIP): Colorful hands did ‘Bale Bale’ when 10,000 New Yorkers came together to celebrate Holi at the Dag Hammarskjöld Park (at United Nations) on May 3rd 2014. In its 5th Annual […]

United States

Dr. Sudhir M. Parikh

Dear Prof. Saluja, It was great to be a part of the Vaisakhi celebration at the Consulate. Vaisakhi celebration is the celebration of Indian cultural heritage and the beginning of a brighter New Year. It […]

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A Magical Experience of Colors at Radha Madhav Dham, Austin TX

It was a beautiful day at Radha Madhav Dham, where over 4000 people gathered to celebrate the Indian festival of Holi despite weather forecasts of thunderstorms and tornadoes. Although the day started with showers in […]

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HOLI: FESTIVAL OF COLORS

As the brief spring warms the landscape, northern India cuts loose for a day of hijinx and general hilarity. The festival of Holi is celebrated on the day after the full moon in early March […]

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HOLI AROUND THE WORLD

Holi knows no bars, Holi knows no boundaries too. Across the world wherever Indians or people of Indian origin are present Holi is celebrated with gusto and bonhomie. People play with colours, light a bonfire […]

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Christine Persaud brings Bollywood to Queens

NEW YORK (TIP): Christine Persaud, President of Christine Institute of Vocational Training, Inc. and Georgetown Adult Social Daycare Center, located on Liberty Avenue in Richmond Hill in Queens, an accomplished businesswoman, is bringing together a […]

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Old Order Changeath Yielding Place to New: IALI New Leadership Takes Over

NEW YORK (TIP): India Association of Long Island (IALI) one of the largest organizations serving the Indian community on Long Island held the inauguration of office-bearers for the year 2014 on January 12. The inauguration […]

United States

New York City’s ‘Holi Hai’ to launch in Dallas, Washington DC

Pooja Premchandran DALLAS, TX(TIP): The upcoming Holi of 2014 will have the vibrant and highly popular event ‘Holi Hai’ from New York City, extend their festivities in Dallas, Texas andWashingtonD.C. Megha Kalia, Founder and Artistic […]

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BANDI CHHORH DIVAS

The Sikh celebration of the return of the sixth Nanak from detention in the Gwalior Fort coincides with Hindu festival of Diwali. This coincidence has resulted in similarity of celebration amongst Sikhs and Hindus. The […]

Business & Economics

MOVIE REVIEW – Issaq

Cast: Prateik, Amrya Dastur Direction: Manish Tiwary Genre: Romance Duration: 2 hours 28 minutes Story: A love story adapted from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, set against the backdrop of sand mafia, political power games and […]

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Bank Of India Celebrates Holi

NEW YORK, NY (TIP): Bank of India CEO for USA Bhuwan Joshi and his wife hosted a Holi Milan at their residence in midtown Manhattan for their friends and staff of Bank of India, April […]

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America celebrates Holi

Holi, one of the most popular and widely celebrated festivals of India, was celebrated in traditional style across USA. India Association of Long Island (IALI) celebrates Holi LONG ISLAND, NY (TIP): India Association of Long […]

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April Fools’ Day

April Fools’ Day, sometimes called All Fools’ Day, is one of the most light-hearted days of the year. Its origins are uncertain. Some see it as a celebration related to the turn of the seasons, […]

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As I See It-Making India Truly Incredible

Some scary happenings Incredible India is the Union Tourism Ministry’s sales pitch to attract more and more highspending tourists from across the world. But is anyone in authority worrying about the hugely negative impact the […]

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Diplomats celebrate the festival of Spring, Holi

NEW YORK (TIP): The Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations celebrated Holi at the permanent mission here on Wednesday, March 27, in style and with great enthusiasm. Colors and flower petals expressed the […]