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Famous Lathmaar Holi in Barsana

While the entire country celebrates this joyous festival with colour and water, Barsana celebrates Holi with batons or lathis!
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Essence of being a Global Indian – Part II

Continued from "Essence of being a Global Indian – Part I" Sometime ago, we at Caleidoscope sought your opinion about the emergence of a “Global...
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Famous Treasure Hunts in Indian History – Part I

Famous treasure hunts in Indian - From time immemorial, the fascination for gold has persuaded the human civilisation to launch numerous treasure hunts. Here is a list of great treasure hunts in Indian history, which are remembered for their infamy and intrigue
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Telangana wins, Hyderabad loses?!

For a person who was unexposed to issues of Andhra Pradesh (AP), I was quite taken aback by the violence during the statehood agitation. I always thought when we fight against our oppressors we become violent, but Telangana and the rest of Andhraites are supposed to one Telugu brethren
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Auspicious Mehendi and Funky Tattoos

The art of mehendi is one such tradition that has managed to establish itself firmly in the annals of fashion as a classic instead of a mere fad. The trend has garnered a huge fan following not just in the Asian countries but even in the West. Similarly, temporary tattooing has also gained tremendous popularity around the globe.

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Rangoli – A riot of colours!

Rangoli, a traditional Indian folk art also known as ‘Kolam’ in the south, is a decorative pattern religiously created in front of the courtyard of all Hindu households every morning.
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Photo Feature – The lost city of Hampi

The lost city of Hampi, in Karnataka is famous as a UNESCO world heritage site. The place is a photographers delight, the landscapes, the ruins, the weird arrangement are the main attractions. One can spend time leisurely looking at randomly balanced stone boulders or the beautifully carved temples.
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Little Magazines and Big Books at Kolkata Book Fair

I was eagerly awaiting the book festival like a priestess waiting for Durga Pujo. And finally it arrived.
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Discovering a Folk Art Form – Chittara

However, not many know about the existence of a visual folk art form named Chittaara or Chittara.

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