festivals

Viswakarma Puja

September 17, 2016 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Viswakarma Puja

Every year around the time when the sky is covered with kites, and the Durga puja is near comes the Vishwakarma Puja. Vishwakarma is the god of artists and creators, who is believed to be the designer and builder of palaces, chariots and weapons. Vishwakarma is the architect of the universe and the patron deity of craftsmen. According to the Mahabharata, Vishwakarma built the halls of the palaces and all kinds of ornaments.

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events

Engineers Day

September 15, 2016 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments


The desire to bring the ambitions of future engineers to the needs of the labour market was the compelling motive, which led to the birth of the first edition of the Engineers Day. A moment of reflection and discussion, designed specifically to bring together two worlds intrinsically and inevitably eager to understand and complete to the best.

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culture

Alpana: Bengali Rangoli Designs

September 05, 2016 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

alpona kojagori lokkhi puja

In India, there is a special art form called the rangoli in Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra, Alpana in Bengal and Aripana in Bihar. Every morning, at the threshold of their house, the women draw with white or colored powder a different complex design everyday. Often dedicated to Lakshmi, they bring luck and happiness in the home. Rangoli means colorful rows. The art of rangoli is transmitted from mother to daughter.

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events

Teachers Day Kolkata

September 05, 2016 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Teachers Day wallpaper images

Teachers Day is a special day in which students thank their teachers, who are crucial to their growth. It is a time to hear for teachers. In India, unlike other places in the world, education is perceived as fundamental, as well as the efforts made ​​by those who work in education. Who knows how to teach well every day receives a small gift and a silent thank you. A day dedicated to what would be the occasion to give the opportunity of even the most timid expressions.

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