A Sister, Dearest Than All

I, Rahul, was the only child to my parents and I kind of started liking it until I got introduced to my new sister. I was six years old, when mom and dad brought home a girl, nearly of my age, saying that she is my sister. I was so confused because I always thought […]

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The Good Old Deepavali Time

Deepavali is one of the festivals which is loved by one and all, be it a five years old kid or fifty years old adult. I still remember the Deepavali time, when I was a kid. Out of all festivals, it was my favorite. Not only because I used to burn crackers, but the entire […]

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Love For Gift Hampers

Remember, how good we felt when we received a goody, filled with small gifts, in our childhood? Nothing can be more tempting than a gift with so many gifts wrapped inside. Isn’t it? Well, that’s exactly how everyone feels about gift hampers. Many a times, we are confused with the choice of gifts to buy […]

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I Was Sorry And I Meant It

Cinderella and I were best buddies, since the age of seven. We grew up together, went to the same school and college and shared even the darkest of our secrets. Slowly, our friendship grew up into love and then marriage. We both were happily married with two beautiful kids. Our life was going very smooth, […]

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Soulebration Book: The Best of Wedding Design

FNP’s newly launched wedding coffee book – the Soulebration book has taken audiences by storm. The first coffee table wedding book was launched by HH Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar at the annual wedding fraternity meet. The book is an incredible collection of images, ideas and inspirations for creating unforgettable events such as an anniversary, wedding […]

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Sweets for Diwali

Diwali is celebrated with a passion throughout the country with a n exchange of gifts and Diwali sweets. Diwali sweets are a must have and are considered auspicious on the occasion. They are central to the Laxmi pooja that happens on Diwali and for purposes of gifting and exchanging greetings with friends and relatives. Pooja […]

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I Too Had A Wonderful Boss

‘Boss’. Does this single word make you jump out of your bed even on lazy Sundays? Obviously it does. Atleast, that was what I believed until I really found a boss who proved me wrong. After completing my post graduation, I immediately got a job offer from one of the reputed organizations and I shifted […]

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Presents for Wife on Karwa Chauth

Celebrated by women in north India and certain parts of Pakistan, Karwa chauth is a festival dedicated to the safety, well being and longevity of husbands. Historically, the festival is believed to have been created by women whose husbands worked in the military forces, the festival is observed in the northern part of India. Karwa […]

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Presents for Karwa Chauth

Karwa Chauth is the ritual of fasting observed by married Hindu women seeking longevity, well being and prosperity of their husbands. It is popular amongst married women in the northern and western parts of India especially Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. This festival is celebrated 9 days before Diwali on ‘kartik ki chauth’, […]

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My Wife’s First Karwa Chauth

Nothing fascinates a Hindu married women more than the words “Karwa Chauth”. Mostly celebrated in the North Western part of India, this is one of the popular one-day fasting festivals. This was all what I knew about Karwa Chauth, when my loving wife told me that she will be going to celebrate it this year. […]

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Beyond Every Odds

‘Odd’. This word was like the title of our love story, given by every person who heard it. Being a modern Delhi girl, I have always believed in living my life my way. Growing up with the same belief, I chose my career, my job and above all my life partner on my own. My […]

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I Found A New Meaning Of Dusshera

In school we used to study that Dusshera means ‘Light over darkness’, ‘Good over evil’, ‘Hope over despair’ and ‘Knowledge over Ignorance’ and so many stories and beliefs to go with it. At that time, I could never understand the significance of this festival, other than visiting cheerful fairs, eating delicious food and riding on […]

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