Here is latest Diwali Sms collection and Diwali Greetings along with Diwali images. Diwali is the festival of lights it is celebrated 20 days after the Dussehra. Diwali or Deepavali literaly means a line of lamps or a line of deep(diya). Diwali is celebrated to show respect to God Ram, who had defeated evil Ravana and freed the world from his terror. Diwali is widely celebrated in India, Nepal, Myanmar, Singapore, Fiji etc. It is the most popular Hindu festival.
Shayari has been a way for lovers to share their feelings with their partners, around the world people have used poems to be the means. Here are some lovely Shayari in Hindi which you can share with your loved one. Latest Hindi shayari and sms collection. Read more »
Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan 2012 will be on 2nd of August 2012. Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan is a festival celebrated in India where sisters tie a band of love, affection and protection on their brothers hand. The history of this festival dates back when Draupadi was need of help and lord Krishna helps her seeing that the lord has used his Suradarshan Chakra and is bleeding she ties a torn strip of her silk saree on her hand and Lord declares her, his sister. There are many other refernces to the festival of Raksha Bandhan as well.The one of Rani Karnavati and Emperor Humayun. The festival still goes on strong and brings forth the respect and love between the brothers and sisters. With thread of the rakhi on brother’s hand they, promises to protect the sister and get their affection in return. Read more »
If you want to say something special to your partner here are some lovely romantic, sms collection in hindi and english for you. Words are mere half the thing feelings are always more important so share these romantic sms at the right time and with a smile.
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Mother’s Day is celebrated in 13th May in India. On this day we show our love and affection to our mothers. Some good gift ideas and Mother’s Day sms in Hindi and English. It is celebrated on second Sunday of May. Mother and child relation is the most important in humans. All our problems and sadness is shared and rectified by our mother. Her love is what makes us bring close to her and respect her. The history of Mother’s day goes back, to 1870 where Julia Ward Howe celebrated it first. Read more »
1st April is celebrated as April Fool’s day in various countries. At some places it is a national holiday. On this day we play pranks on our friends and pals. Here is a small collection April Fool’s day sms and April Fool Sms in English and Hindi.According to history of April Fools include the Roman festival of Hilaria, on March 25 was, and the Medieval Festival of Fools, December 28 was held one day left to make jokes Spanish-speaking countries. Read more »
Holi is a religious festival of Hindus, celebrated by playing colors. There are various traditions which led to the festival of Holi. According to an old story. Holika who was a demon and sister of Hiranyakashap. Holika who was blessed with a boon that she will not burn in fire. Prahalad who was the son of Hiranyakashap was the follower of Lord Vishnu which the demon king did not like and asked his sister to kill his son. Holika took Prahalad and sat on fire but Holika was burnt while Prahalad was saved. Since then the followers of God celebrated holi as the festival of colors. Lord Krishna who is said to be the incarnation of Lord Vishnu also played Holi along with Radha who is supposed to be the incarnation of Goddess Laxmi. Read more »
Republic Day in India is celebrated on 26th of January. India was independent on 26th January 1947 from the British reigns. Each Republic day soldiers and other memorable men walk on Rajpath in a parade showing the glory and culture of India. Every parade is held in New Delhi. The parade moves from Raisina Hill near the Rashtrapati bhavan along the Rajpath past India Gate. Here are some amazing sms from Republic Day 2012, 2013. Happy Republic day 2012 sms, Republic day sms. Republic day quotes and Desh bhakti songs collection compiled by me. India is mix of cultures and languages. Read more »