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The International Literacy Day in 2021 is diametrically different and significant in the realm of humanity. The COVID 19 crisis if has done any good, it is the unraveling of the third eye of the importance of creative education. This year, the theme for International Literacy Day is ‘Literacy for a human-centered recovery and Narrowing the digital divide.’ While every year, the focus was

Krishna Janmashtami also referred to as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is one of the most popular Hindu festivals celebrated across India. This is the day when Lord Krishna was born. Believed to be the 8th avatar of Lord Vishnu, everyone specifically women folk adore and celebrate Lord Krishna for his charm, respect his strengths and pray for his marvel. While Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated

Raksha Bandhan is ideally celebrated to mark the bond shared between a brother and a sister. It is a promise of eternal protection by the brother towards his sister. Though the context remains the same, however, over the years tying rakhi is not limited to a brother only. Brothers tend to tie rakhi to their sisters, or sisters have tied rakhis to their

Onam is a festival celebrated majorly in Kerala for 10 days on the occasion of King Mahabali’s return along with Vaman Avatar Of Lord Vishnu. The actual festival, which is Thiruvonam, is celebrated from 21st August and the final day will fall on the 23rd of August. According to the Malayalam calendar, Onam is celebrated on the day of Thiruvonam Nakshatram in the