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How to celebrate eco-friendly diwali @TheRoyaleIndia

This Diwali, Go Eco-Friendly

Diwali is the time for celebration, family get-togethers and parties. The enthusiasm and celebratory spirit that this festival brings is simply unmatched. But do you often find a shift in the way Diwali was celebrated when you were a child

October 31, 2015 171 0 0
dandiya and garba tutorial @TheRoyaleIndia

5 Easy Ways To Learn Garba and Dandiya (Video Tutorials)

‘Main toh aarti utaaru rey, Santoshi Maata ki’- It’s that time of the year when everyone is in sync with the beats. The claps, dancing in circles, the sound of the sticks – 9 nights of celebration! Yes, Navratri is here.

October 9, 2015 340 0 0
best navratri venues in mumbai @TheRoyaleIndia

Top 5 Navratri Dance Venues You Should Visit in Mumbai

In a country like India, we are never running out of festivals to celebrate. While we just bid adeu to our favorite ‘Ganpati Bappa’ we can’t wait to start celebrating again! YES! It is that season, when we are all grateful for Gujarati culture and dandiyas!

October 7, 2015 168 0 0
Go eco-friendly not just with Ganesha but its decor too @TheRoyaleIndia

Go eco-friendly not just with Ganesha but its decor too

With growing awareness people have started switching to eco friendly Ganesha. Now, it’s time that they choose eco friendly decorations as well. The best part of having eco friendly decorations besides saving the environment is that it will save lot of money

September 13, 2015 394 0 0
Ladakh Festival Guide - 20th September to 26th September 2015 @TheRoyaleIndia

Ladakh Festival – A Celebration Beyond Tradition

“If you want to see Heaven once before you die, travel to Ladakh” – Anonymous. There’s so much said and written about the beauty of this magical place. A traveller’s paradise, Ladakh, exemplifies the word ‘pristine’ to the T.

September 11, 2015 184 0 0
Ganesh Chaturthi Recipes @TheRoyaleIndia

Ganesh Naivedya – Special Recipes to delight Ganesha’s sweet tooth

Ganapati Festival is right around the corner and many homes in India are gearing up to welcome the elephant god. Ganesha is the most prominent among the Hindu deities and is a favorite among the kids and adults alike.

September 10, 2015 137 0 0
ganpati decoration ideas for home @TheRoyaleIndia

10 Simple Yet Creative Ganpati Decoration Ideas You Should Try This Year

The fun, dance, shlokas, celebration, joy and sweets mark the arrival of Lord Ganesha in our homes. It’s not just the Maharashtrians, but the whole country celebrates the festive occasion of Ganeshotsav with extreme zest.

September 3, 2015 4203 0 0
rakshabandhan this year @TheRoyaleIndia

11 Things You Would Know Only If You Have a Sibling

A brother and a sister may argue, wrestle, not even talk for a day or two; but their bond gets stronger with each of these fights. The joy of playing pranks on each other and blackmailing in return for small gifts is simply unparallel.

August 28, 2015 109 0 0
There’s tequila, vodka, rum and then there’s Bhaaanng – 3 Simple Bhaang Recipes @TheRoyaleIndia

There’s tequila, vodka, rum and then there’s Bhaaanng – 3 Simple Bhaang Recipes

How exciting and eventful I feel when the festival of holi arrives, of course for all obvious reasons! The celebration which is falling on March 6th 2015 this time will surely bring in lots of joyous moments.

March 1, 2015 141 0 0
4 Quick Recipes for Makar Sankranti, Lohri, and Ponga @TheRoyaleIndia

4 Quick Recipes for Makar Sankranti, Lohri, and Pongal

Come January and most Hindu households begin preparations for Makar Sankranti, Pongal and Lohri. Known to fall on 14th January, from this day onwards the days become longer and nights shorter while the temperature rises slightly and you begin to feel warmer too.

January 9, 2015 171 0 0