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Sizzler Festival at 7 degrees Brauhaus


Sounds of flavor erupting sizzlers from 7 degrees Brauhaus are here to sizzle you up with 13 days Sizzler festival starting from 6th June 2016 and will continue till 18th June 2016. 7 Degrees is all set with fiery styled sizzlers to tickle your taste buds with a whole new experience, offering a special Sizzler Menu including a combination of Hot, Spicy, Flavorful and Wholesome ...

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The Philadelphia Orchestra Returns to The Macao

Macao, May 30, 2016: The  Philadelphia Orchestra returned to Macao to  perform at The Venetian Theatre at The Venetian Macao on Saturday, as part of their 2016 China Residency and Tour of Asia. The Philadelphia Orchestra with Lang Lang in Concert. featured acclaimed Chinese pianist Lang Lang who wowed the audience with his stunning performance .while Japanese-American violinist Ryu Goto made ...

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Reforming Indian Arranged Marriage Concept


As we know it’s the wedding season giving rounds, the whole female community is busy in garbing themselves with alluring clothes , hefty jewellery , glossy make up and very prominently, elevated heels for towering. There are much to add to the former listings, however, i ended short. Marriage is the most common cultural ritual in the Universe. It involves ...

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Australia’s biggest Hindu temple to open on November 30


To all the Hindus residing in Australia, a laudable interest of news for them. Australia’s biggest Hindu temple, Sri Durga Temple is all set for its grand opening on November 30, a media report said Thursday. The temple is located in Rockbank suburb of Melbourne, Australia. Finally the five years of construction works came to an end and now the ...

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Gurpurab marks the religious zeal in Punjab and Haryana


On the brightest occasion of Gurpurab, holiest of Sikh shrines ‘Harmandar Sahib’, popularly known as Golden Temple, in Amritsar and other gurdwaras elsewhere across Punjab and Haryana saw religious fervour as ‘Gurpurab’ the birth anniversary of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev was celebrated on Wednesday. In order to offer prayers and celebrate Gurpurab in the most warmth manner,thousand of devotees in the ...

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Taj Ballon Festival began, Agra sky filled with hot air ballons

Taj Mahal

On the subsidiary of the ongoing Taj Balloon Festival, some 15 hot air balloons filled the sky of Agra on Sunday. The sky around the Taj Mahal looked the most pleasing and people thoroughly enjoyed that alluring moment. The three-day festival unfolded on Saturday with 15 different sized balloons participating . Out of them, three were by the event organiser ...

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India’s largest trade Fair unfolds today

Pragati Maidan grounds saw yet again the most awaiting 35th edition of India’s largest trade fair kicked off on Saturday. President Pranab Mukherjee called it an opportunity for India to strengthen its bilateral trade relations with the world. “The India International Trade Fair (IITF) is a brand name enjoying recognition from around the world. This annual celebration of trade is ...

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A gloomy Diwali for Traditional Potters


Wohoo!! Diwali times…!! It is one of the most supreme festival of India which bring with itself a lot of happiness and enjoyment in its package. The most alluring part of this festival is the pleasing decorations all around. During Diwali, for many generations , Indian homes were lit up by diyas, or traditional earthen lamps. But since the arrival ...

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Make it a Safe and Happy diwali for Animals


Diwali, the supreme festival of India, celebrated alongwith the ear-splitting burst of crackers for humans but on this auspicious day spare a thought for pets and strays which cringe at the pain that the deafening noise creates, asserts the veterinarians and animal activists. Families who pets animals undergo a tough time tackling their furry friends due to crackers and pollution, ...

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