Monthly Archives: October 2021

Diwali Night event highlights the beauty of Indian culture | Arts & Culture

Bright flashes of color and loud music were on display in the Memorial Hall ballroom on the evening of October 29 as the University of Georgia Indian Student Association celebrated Diwali. Diwali is a festival that originated in India and is also called the festival of lights. The holiday is …

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Vaccines will lift the ‘darkness’ of covid19

News Yvonne webb Saturday, October 30, 2021 File photo by Marvin Hamilton National Council of Indian Culture (NCIC) Chairman Deokinanan Sharma Wants the Light of Deya to Illuminate the Hearts and Minds of the Unvaccinated to Save the Country from More Covid-Related Deaths19 Sharma used the Divali Nagar platform on …

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Priyanka Chopra backs Vir Das’ comments on these mocking Indian films

Actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas recently took to Instagram to share a month-old video of comedian-actor Vir Das. In the video, he was seen rummaging through those who made fun of Indian films to choreograph dances in crowded areas. He said now people are doing similar things on Instagram reels and …

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A love letter to Indian culture: Vir Das’ Netflix stand-up special, “For India” nominated for Int- The New Indian Express

Express news service The title of Vir Das’ Netflix stand-up special, To India, found deep meaning after receiving an International Emmy nomination. After all, the comedian calls it a “love letter to Indian culture” and adds that he aimed to bring the culture to the world with the special. With …

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Teachers Help Students Preserve Indian Culture Through Language

Preserving Native American culture through language Updated: October 26, 2021 at 8:50 p.m. MDT Hide transcription Show transcript IT KEEPS OUR STUDENTS ENGAGED. CHIQUITO ISET BTER KNOWN BY A DIFFERENT NAME. I AM KNOWN AS MSIS CHIQUITO. SHE SAYS SHE FOUND HER PASSION TEACHING NAVAJO AT THE ATRIOSC HERITAGE ACADEMY. …

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Sacred symbolism of the lotus flower in Indian culture – NewsGram

Maths Olympiad focuses on concept-based learning and logical thinking. Participation in these exams improves the abilities of the students, which will prove to be an important tool in facing the future competition that comes into their life. These exams assess conceptual learning and strengthen a student’s reasoning, analytical, and problem-solving …

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Unity the Greatest Strength of Indian Culture: Gadkari at the National Interfaith Conference in Lokmat

Unity is the greatest strength of Indian culture and has enabled us to become a “vishwa guru” (teacher of the world), according to Union Minister Nitin Gadkari. Speaking on “Global Challenges to Community Harmony and the Role of India” at the National Interfaith Conference organized by the Lokmat media group …

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Unity the greatest strength of Indian culture: Nitin Gadkari at an interfaith conference : The Tribune India

Nagpur, October 25 Unity is the greatest strength of Indian culture and has enabled us to become a “vishwa guru” (teacher of the world), according to Union Minister Nitin Gadkari. Speaking on ‘Global Challenges of Communal Harmony and India’s Role’ at the National Interfaith Conference organized by Lokmat Media Group …

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Uniqueness, the greatest strength of Indian culture: Nitin Gadkari at an interfaith conference: The Tribune India

Nagpur, October 25 Unity is the greatest strength of Indian culture and has enabled us to become a “vishwa guru” (teacher of the world), according to Union Minister Nitin Gadkari. Speaking on “Global Challenges for Community Harmony and the Role of India” at the National Interfaith Conference hosted by the …

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Unity, the greatest strength of Indian culture: Nitin Gadkari at the Lokmat event

Unity is the greatest strength of Indian culture and it is this aspect that has enabled us to become a “vishwa guru” or teacher of the world, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said at an event here Sunday. Speaking on “Global Challenges for Community Harmony and the Role of India” at …

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Latest South Indian Movies Coming To OTT Soon

New Delhi: In the past, we’ve seen the amount of praise and recognition that southern films have earned after their digital premiere. Super Deluxe, Kumbalangi Nights, and Karnan are examples of streaming platforms that introduced rich regional content with the rest of the country, and how viewers across states have …

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5 Common Indian Foods That Can Help Increase Iron Levels

Iron is one of the most essential nutrients that the human body needs. Without enough iron in the body, our body cannot produce enough hemoglobin and this results in feelings of lethargy and lack of energy even for the simplest daily tasks. According to Delhi-based nutritionist Dr Anita Verma, “Iron …

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Examples of peacocks in Indian culture

All photos courtesy of the Museum of Art and Photography “The magnificent peacock is the glory of God.” For over 2,000 years, peacocks have been walking the arts, architecture, legends and religions of India. From Shah Jahan’s Peacock Throne, where two peacocks face each other topped with columns of emeralds …

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The 2016 panel to study Indian culture did not submit a report: ASI

A committee formed in 2016 to “study the evolution of Indian culture 12,000 years ago” has not submitted any report to the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), the government body recently said in a response to right to information (RTI). When asked about the committee’s formation and its findings, ASI …

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Inspired by Indian culture and craftsmanship, Asian Paints presents Taana Baana wall textures by Royale Play

ANI | Update: Oct 14, 2021 7:05 PM STI Bombay, Maharashtra, [India], Oct. 14 (ANI / NewsView): This year, a unique collection of exquisite wall textures announces Taana Baana by Asian Paints Royale Play. Inspired by the heritage of Indian crafts and weaving, Taana Baana is a work of art …

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Indian Culture Still Respects Teachers – Vice President

M Venkaiah Naidu: Indian culture has always given respect and reverence to gurus Hyderabad: Emphasizing the importance of the fundamental role that teachers play in shaping the lives of children and young people, Vice President Mr. Venkaiah Naidu said on Wednesday that Indian culture always respects and reverence gurus. The …

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Tribal society plays key role in preserving Indian culture, says Kulaste

Hoshangabad (Madhya Pradesh): The tribal society has played an important role in preserving Indian culture, Union Minister of State for Steel and Rural Development Faggan Singh Kulaste said on Wednesday. He made the statement at a reception held in the Babai district of the district to celebrate the 497th anniversary …

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Accused of appropriating Indian culture, Foodpanda Malaysia Apologizes for Promotional Video, Says It Celebrates Malaysia’s Cultural Diversity (VIDEO) | Life

Many have taken to social media to criticize Foodpanda Malaysia for featuring an all-Malaysian cast in a Bollywood-inspired promotional video. – Screenshot via YouTube / foodpandaMalaisie PETALING JAYA, October 6 – Foodpanda Malaysia has apologized for its Polywood video that prompted social media users to criticize her for appropriating Indian …

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Viewers criticize FoodPanda’s ‘Pollywood’ ad for appropriating Indian culture (video)

Update: Foodpanda apologizes for Bollywood-themed video, says it’s “not a Deepavali commercial” Food delivery platform Foodpanda is criticized for not showcasing any Indian talent in its Bollywood-themed advertising ahead of the Deepavali celebrations. Hundreds of viewers accused the platform of cultural appropriation after its “Pollywood” ad was released ahead of …

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Penn State Indian Culture and Language Club Celebrates Garba with Dance Party | Way of life

Penn State’s Indian Culture and Language Club celebrated Garba at the HUB-Robeson Center on Sunday night. ICLC President Shashwat Shekhar said Garba is “one of the most popular festivals in India”. “As you know, Hindu culture has a lot of gods and goddesses, right? Shekhar (senior IT) said. “[Garba is] …

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Penn State Indian Culture and Language Club to Celebrate Garba with Traditional Festivities | Way of life

Garba’s season is back and the Indian Culture & Language Club – or ICLC – is welcoming the Penn State community to celebrate. According to Shashwat Shekhar, President of ICLC, Garba is a traditional Indian festival that “celebrates the female deity for over nine nights filled with traditional music, food …

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