Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Some Popular Observance in United States


All Saints' Day

It is observed to honour of all the saints, known and unknown. It is celebrated on November 1. As the name suggests it is celebrated by the Christian community. The second purpose behind its celebration is to commemorate all those who have transformed into an angel after their death in heaven. It is celebrated a day after Halloween. People gather in local cemeteries and decorated the graves with flowers. People also light candles on top of visiting graves of deceased relatives. In local churches a prayer is also offered for each soul.

All Souls' Day

It is observed annually on November 2  just after All Saints' Day. On this particular day prayers are dedicated to the dead. As it is related Christianity, many christians visit cemeteries where their loved ones are buried. The Catholic Church remembers deceased members of the group on this day. People also offer items like food, symbols, flowers, candles, photos and other mementos which are known as Altars in the memory of their deceased relatives. 
Skulls of candy are made for the day.










Veterans Day

Veterans Day remembers armed service veterans in United States. The ceremony is intended to honour and thank all who served in the United States Armed Forces. 

It is observed annually on November 11. It is a holiday in United States. The ceremony commences precisely at 11:00 a.m. It starts with laying of flowers at the tomb of the unknowns. In addition to that a parade is also organised. Veterans Day got its name in 1954.

Election Day

It is a very popular in the United States. On this day election of public officials in the United States   are held. These include national, state and local government representatives at all levels up to the president. 

People vote for elected officials, visiting polling precincts. The way in which people vote, depends on the state in which they live. The probable day is the Tuesday after the first Monday of November in the date range November 2 to November 8.  It is a public holiday in most states in US.

Monday, 29 October 2012

Karva Chauth: Fast for longevity of husband's long life

Karva Chauth is a one day festival celebrated by Hindus and Sikh ladies. Karva is another word for diya and chauth means fourth in Hindi. The ignition of diya is the symbol of life and fourth corresponds to the day of observance. It is the fourth day of krishna paksh, of the month of Kartik. This is very popular in north India.

On the day of Karva Chauth married women fast from sunrise to moonrise for the safety and longevity of their husbands. It's one of the obligations of the Hindu festival of Karwa Chauth. It is also observed that married ladies also fast for their fianc├ęs or desired husbands. The festival also coincides with the wheat-sowing time. Women observe the fast to pray for the safety of their husbands at this time as they ventured away from home.

On Karva Chauth, women awake to eat and drink just before sunrise. The fast begins with dawn. Fasting women do not eat during the day, and some additionally do not drink any water either. It is not easy to fast for twenty four hours. It requires willpower. Women apply henna and other cosmetics to themselves. In the evening women dress in fine clothing, wear jewellery and apply henna on their palms and hands. Most number of women wear Saris of Red colour.

In the evening when the moon is visible they see the reflection of their husbands face in a vessel filled with water or through a sieve or through the cloth of a dupatta.

The husband now takes the water from the thali and gives his wife her first sip and feeds her with sweets. This breaks the fast. It is a custom that the husband should gift his wife with jewellery or a new dress.

Karva Chauth is a symbol of love between a husband and wife. It is believed that if a woman faithfully observes Karwa Chauth, she secures her husband's future. Parents often send gifts to their married daughters and their children.

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Friday, 19 October 2012

Birth of Lord Kartikeya Son of Lod Shiva and Goddess Pravati


Once upon a time there was a demon called Taraka. He always tried to hurt the Gods by his evil actions but he failed. He was very unhappy. He decided to perform a long and difficult tapasya. This pleased Lord Brahma. He gave him the boon that only a son of Lord Shiva could kill him. This made Taraka more proud. Taraka assumed Shiva would never marry again, and rampaged across the Earth. He started thinking that nobody in the heaven or earth can kill him. He started killing the Gods. He also destroyed the properties in heaven and earth.

Gods went to Lord Brahma to ask for help but Lord Brahma said that only a son of Lord Shiva would be able to kill a demon named Tarak. Due to the death of his wife Sati Lord Shiva went in a state of deep meditation. Lord Indra told other Devas that it is only possible if Lord Shiva marries Goddess Parvati. In addition to that he told the Gods that they have to do something to bring Lord Shiva out from the state of deep meditation. Parvati was the reincarnation of Sati.

The Gods tried in several ways but they were not able to bring Lord Shiva out of the state of meditation. In the end they decided to take the help of Kamadev. Kama, the god of love and sexual desire fired a flower at Shiva in an attempt to cause Shiva to marry Parvati. Kama was burned into ashes when Lord Shiva opened his third eye.

Lord Shiva tested Goddess Parvati and was impressed by her devotion. Both of them decided to marry each other during an auspicious time. Taraka tried to stop the marriage in several ways but he failed. In the end Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati married each other.

At that time, Shiva did not have any sons. To create a son, Shiva took a form with six faces. Each face had a third eye. Six sparks came out of these eyes and formed into six babies. Parvati, wife of Shiva, was very happy and took all the babies in her arms to hug them. But she hugged them so tightly that the six babies turned into one baby with six heads.













This is how Lord Kartikeya was born. He was a warrior and has immense power. He later killed Tarak and relieves all other Devas from his terror.

Wedding Party Ideas


Wedding is one time affair in anybody’s life. He/she wants everything minute thing perfect in the wedding party.One way to make an impression is to personalize your wedding Party. Here are a few ideas.

Wedding Accessory Sets: The colour of the accessory should be choosen according to the theme or the wedding party accessories. It would be soothing to the eyes of the guests.

Bridesmaids Gifts: Without the bridesmaids a wedding party is not complete so the gifts should be bought by themed categories.

Reception Venue: One sure way to dress up your reception venue is to accent your tables with beautifully folded napkins. A fancy napkin fold can create a look of elegance and professionalism to each guest table and to the room overall.

Decorations: Decorating the wedding reception hall is the hardest thing. You want everything to be perfect. The table centre pieces should be organised properly. The table should be covered with a neat and colourful cloth matching to your theme.  The chairs should be placed properly. The vase should be placed at the centre of the table. There should be adequate space between two tables. The photo booth should be well decorated. The background colour and the blanket at the bottom should be matching.

Music: The reception music helps create the atmosphere of your wedding. It is the major part of your reception and should be planned carefully. When selecting music for your reception, consider the musical preference of your guests, your budget and the site.

Token of thanks: Give CD’s of a blockbuster as little token of thanks to your wedding guest for sharing this wonderful moment with you.

Thursday, 18 October 2012

Durga puja: An annual Hindu festival worships Goddess Durga


Durga puja is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates worship of the Hindu goddess Maa Durga. This is also known as Dussehra and Navaratri in other parts of India.In some parts of India it is also referred as Durgotsava.

This festival marks the victory of Goddess Durga over the evil buffalo demon Mahishasura.It also signifies the victory of Good over Evil. It lasts for six days.Durga Puja is the biggest festival in Bengal.Durga Puja also includes the worship of Shiva,Lakshmi, Saraswati with Ganesha,Kartikeya and mother nature.

Hundreds of pandals are set up during Durga puja. These pandals contain highly decorated and fabricated idols of Durga. The creation of these idols begins months ago. Hugh number of people are involved in the creation of these idols. A huge number of people visit these pandals in the evening.The idols are opened for the visitirs for four days. Durgapuja is the largest outdoor art festival on earth. The music, dancing are performed and art are displayed during Durga puja.

Durga Puja commemorates the annual visit of the Goddess with Her children to her parents' home, leaving finally on the Dashami to be re-united with Shiva. This leaving ceremony is symbolised by the immersion of the idols on Dashami. At the end of six days, the idol is taken for immersion in a procession which is accompanied by music and dance. Many people also fast during Durga puja.

It is also an occasion for reunion and a celebration of traditional culture and customs.  Desievite is a portal which meets your needs at the time of Durga puja. It has a nice collection of Durga puja invitation & e-cards. These invitations & e-cards would definitely please you. Visit www.desievite .com today and send an invitation and e-cards to your guests today.

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Part2: Bengali Wedding-Pre wedding rituals


Adhibas Tattva: Tattvas are the gifts. These gift are sent by the groom's family. The gifts include saree for the groom’s mother, curd, fish, sweets, dhaan (grains) and durba (grass strands) which are placed on a brass plate and carried by servants to the groom’s home.

Snan: The snan literally means bathing. It is the bathing ritual that is followed in turn by the bride and the groom. It takes place in late afternoon on the wedding day. During the snan ceremony, a couple of married women apply the paste of turmeric and oil on the bride/groom’s hair and body. Thereafter, the bride/groom is given a new set of clothes that is gifted by his/her in-laws. The old worn clothes of the bride/groom are given away to the barber.

Sankha Porana:  Sankha porana is the tradition of wearing shankha porana or conch shell bangles that have been dipped in turmeric water. This tradition is followed by the bride after bathing and dressing up in a new sari.

Dressing Up The Bride:  Dressing up the bride is a ritual in itself, in the traditional Bengali marriage. The bride is ornamented with jewelry and crown. When she is fully dressed and ready to go to the mandap, her face is beautified with a design of mukut using the chandan paste.

Mandap: The Mandap is the place where the wedding ceremony would be conducted. The wedding mandap is very simple. Two banana trees are planted and rice paste is used to make a large alpana. The mandap is beautified with fresh flowers and flashy lights.

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Part1: Bengali Wedding-Pre wedding rituals


Bengal is the northeast region of the Indian Subcontinent. It is renowned for its rich literary and cultural heritage. Its cultural heritage is visible in a bengali wedding. A bengali wedding is very delightful to look at. It is an elaborate and long affair.It consists of a whole set of interesting rituals and the people involved in the wedding are fully devoted and encouraged.

A Bengali wedding typically consists of rituals that are divided into three phases- the pre-wedding, wedding and post wedding ceremony. The pre-wedding starts a couple of days before the wedding. The pre-wedding  ritual are as follows:

Adan Pradan: This is the first ritual. It means give and take. It is done to ensure that the bride and groom don't belong to the same bloodline. It is done in the presence of a priest.

Aashirwad (Patri Patra): This ritual confirms the marriage alliance. It means the acceptance of boy and the girl by both the parties. It is done a couple of days before the marriage. This ritual is conducted at their respective homes in the presence of a pundit and Lord Narayana is worshipped during the puja. After the pooja the bride’s family visits the groom’s home to bless him. This is done by both the families in turn.

Vridhi Puja: It is conducted a day before the marriage. This ritual commemorates the ancestors of the bride and groom. It is attended by all the family members. On the day of puja alpana or rangoli is made and Lord Narayan is worshipped. The vridhi puja is usually performed by a father or paternal uncle. Tradition demands that the uncle and the bride/groom be on a liquid diet.

Dodhi Mangal: It is conducted at the dawn of the wedding day. In this ritual ten married women fetch water from a nearby pond in order to bathe the bride/groom. After the bath, the bride and groom are served with a lavish meal which comprises of fish fry, rice, curd and churiya. It is the only meal for the day. The couple can have their next meal only after the marraige is over.In addition to that seven married ladies beautify the bride's hands with the traditional bangles Shakha and Paula.

Wedding Piris: Piris are wooden seats. The bride and the groom sit on these piris during the wedding. They are specially crafted and decorated by relatives and close friends. They are brought a day before or on the wedding day, to the bride's home. Exchange of gifts takes place between the two families. Conch shells are blown.

Gae Halud Tattva: It is a gift which consists of consists of six saris, cosmetics, fish, assorted sweets, curd, paan, dhaan and durba. The groom’s parents send some gifts for the bride. It is done before the haldi ceremony. A relative from grooms family is called to deliver Gae Halud Tattva. Conch shells are also blown during this occasion.

Monday, 15 October 2012

Part3: Bihari Wedding-Pre wedding rituals


Dhritdhaari and matripoojan: These two rituals are performed to seek forgiveness and blessings from the dead ancestors as well as the living elders respectively at both the bride's and groom's places. The parents of the bride/groom offer clothes or cash to them for coming and blessing the prospective bride/groom.




Sangeet ceremony: Sangeet ceremony is held prior to the wedding. This event starts two or three days before a wedding. Ladies are the only people to take part in the event. Some men are present if they are close to the bride or groom. During this event ladies will sing traditional Indian songs, and joke around with guests. This event is also like a dinner and dance, because there is a lot of dancing and lots of food in banquet style. Now a day sangeet ceremony also includes film songs. The ladies get dressed in their best clothes.
The traditional sangeet ceremony includes Indian instruments like the dholki accompany with joking. The ceremony is also a good time for the wedding guests to know each other. Sometimes the bride and groom will choose to hold a separate sangeet to Ladies' sangeet.  At this Sangeet both men and women can participate. It is a joyous occasion where the family and friends of the couple perform dances to celebrate the upcoming wedding.

Silpoha: The groom's mother along with her mother-in-law grinds akshat (rice) on a flat grinding stone under the cover of a chunni (shawl).This ritual is held in the early hours of the day of wedding by the groom's mother supervised by her mother-in-law (or any other senior married female). They are also accompanied by other female relatives.  As they grind, they seek blessings from the gods and elders for a hassle-free wedding.

Mandappachadan: This ritual refers to the formal establishment of the mandap (pandal) for the wedding. The mandap is made with bamboos and decorated with banana trees and mango leaves and a symbol of the harish which represents good agriculture, made of wood is put in the center of the mandap.

Imli ghutai
: The ritual of imli ghutai is performed by the groom's maternal uncle-aunt to ward off any bad omen and to advise the groom to keep away from any vice. The uncle then feeds him a betel nut which the groom holds with his teeth. His mother then takes it away from him and eats it herself, signifying that she shall take away all the bad omens falling upon her son herself. The groom is then gifted clothes as a token of blessing by his uncle-aunt.

Sunday, 14 October 2012

Part2: Bihari Wedding-Pre wedding rituals

Bihar also known as Magadha is a northern state India. . It is famous for its wedding culture. It includes many rituals like Satyanarayan katha, Cheka, Haldi kutai & Tilak which were covered in the previous blog. In this blog we are going to get familiar with other rituals.

Pind-daan: In this ritual the bride's mother and other married ladies offer the ground rice to the ancestors. Before offering they grind the rice. This rice is put in an open place usually on the ceiling so that the crows can eat it.

Engagement: It is also known as the sagai ceremony or ring ceremony. It is one of the first ceremonies that takes place between the two families and the would-be bride and groom. The couple exchanges gold rings. Both the families also exchange gifts like sweets, dry fruits etc. This is followed by either a lunch or dinner party.

Shagun: In this ritual the bride’s priest, accompanied by her brother, the barber, and four other members takes auspicious gifts for the groom’s family. After shagun tilkak is held immediately.

Mehandi: Mehndi ceremony is another pre wedding ritual. It is often a compulsory ceremony before marriage. In India a wedding ceremony is incomplete with the Mehndi ceremony. After this ritual, the bride does not step out of the house. It is held at the bride's place.

During the ceremony, turmeric paste is applied on bride's face, feet and hands. After this, the mehndi application begins. According to a popular belief, the darker the colour of the mehndi, the more her husband will love her. As a tradition, the bride is not allowed to work in her marital house till the time her mehndi does not fade away. It is primarily a women function, which takes place with musical beats of dholak, with women singing traditional songs for a prosperous marital life of the bride.


Haldi Ceremony: This is performed at both bride and bridegroom places. This is done on the day of the wedding. The paste, also known as ubtan, made from herbs, vegetable oils, fresh milk curds, sandalwood powder and primarily turmeric on the face, arms and feet of the bride and the groom. The ‘haldi-uptan’ paste is applied on the bodies of both bride and bridegroom places. After haldi Ceremony the couple is prepared for the marriage ceremony. 

Saturday, 13 October 2012

Part1: Bihari Wedding-Pre wedding rituals

Bihar also known as Magadha is a northern state India. It is famous for its wedding culture. A wedding in Bihar is an elaborated affair. It lasts for more than one month. It includes many ritual some of which is covered in this blog.There are two types rituals performed during the wedding ie pre wedding rituals and post wedding rituals. Pre wedding rituals includes:

 Satyanarayan katha: The Satyanarayan Puja is performed to show respect to Narayan an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.It is organized before marriage. The main purpose of this pooja is to preserve and enhance harmony family the two families and to bring success and enjoyment to all.


It is the very first ritual performed before the marriage. A prayer is performed by the groom's parents along with the groom. It can also be organised separately. Every relative taking part in the puja is supposed to keep a fast for the entire day. A sacred fire (havan) that is lit during the ceremony is to be kept lighted throughout the wedding proceedings.

Cheka:  It is a mandatory and an important pre event before marriage.  First, the family members of bride go to bridegroom’s house with gifts which includes Sarees and sweets. They exchange wedding rings.  Now it is the turn of the bridegroom family. They also go with gifts and exchange wedding rings. It assures both the families have reached to consensus.  The number of member depends on the size of the family however it could be between seven, nine or eleven.

Haldi kutai: This ritual is performed in the bride’s house. The bride’s  along with other married ladies(suhasinis). The grinding whole turmeric into a paste which is later sent to the bride's house for the ubtan ceremony. While the grinding takes place, the women sing folk songs creating a festive ambiance. 

Tilak: It is the Second most important and mandatory ritual before wedding. This ritual refers to the bride's brother's visit to the groom's house as a mark of acceptance of the alliance. The brother of the bride applies tilak (teeka) on the groom's forehead and presents him and his family with pleasantries (like silverware, utensils, sweets, jewelry) as a token of good wishes. The groom's attire for the wedding and the haldi paste (grounded by the bride's mother) are also offered during this ceremony. Held with much fanfare, the bride's brother is accompanied by the family's accountant, barber, washer-man and servants. After a lavish dinner, the brother is given a formal farewell along with gifts for the bride's family and the bridal attire, nath (nose ring) and maang tika.

Friday, 12 October 2012

Halloween: Time of celebration and superstition



Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is a yearly holiday observed around the globe on October 31. The date was chosen because it was thought that it was believed that the ghosts of the dead returned to earth on this particular day. It is believed that it has roots associated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain.


Christian attitudes towards Halloween are diverse. They pray, fast and attend worship services at the time of Halloween. In addition to that Halloween is a time of fun. It includes a large set of child friendly activities which consists trick-or-treating, attending costume parties, carving pumpkins into jack-o'-lanterns, lighting bonfires, apple bobbing, visiting haunted attractions, playing pranks, telling scary stories, and watching horror films.

Halloween parties for both children and adults became the most common way to celebrate the day. Young women believed that on Halloween they could divine the name or appearance of their future husband by doing tricks with yarn, apple parings or mirrors.

Apple bobbing is a very popular game played at the time of Halloween. In this particular game apples float in a tub or a large basin of water and the participants must use their teeth to remove an apple from the basin.

It is believed that the souls of the departed wandered the earth and take vengeance on their enemies before moving onto the next world. To avoid being recognised by a soul, Christians would wear masks and costumes to disguise themselves. This is very popular among the children. It has become a custom that children go in costume from house to house, asking for treats such as candy or sometimes money.

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Thursday, 11 October 2012

16th Birthday Party Ideas



A person might celebrate a lot of birthdays in his lifetime but none is as special and delightful than the party that one celebrates on his 16th birthday.  A16th birthday is an occasion to celebrate. Often, that is done by having a party. It is very popular among the teenagers.

The parents should decorate the party area. It could be decorated with balloons with helium which are tied on their ends to seal them. They should tape strings of balloons on the backs of the chairs. They could also tie strings of four or five balloons to a Teddy bear (for girls) or a toy car (for boys) and place them in the center of the tables.  The entire hall where the birthday party is going to take place could be decorated with black and red tissue flowers of large sizes. They can be hung from the walls as well as attached to the different corners and sections of the room.

On 16th Birthday we can also organise a special barbecue. The barbecue should contain foods, snacks, chips and dips and make pitchers of non-alcoholic cocktails and punch. If you have open space available a backyard bonfire can be lit with marshmallows to roast, burgers, hot dogs and doughnuts.  Until the items are cooked all should sit around the bonfire and sing, dance or share the experiences of their lives. It would be really fun.

Instead of celebrating the birthday indoors you can choose for an adventure. It would make it one of your most memorable birthdays. To organise a trip you have to start saving some amount from your pocket money. If you are going with your family then money would not be a big problem but if you are going with friends you have to spend a little amount on them because it is your birthday party trip.

You can also have a have a water party in your garden. You have to arrange a sprinkler and water balloons and water pistols. In addition to that it should be a sunny day and you should wear your normal clothes. It would be really exciting and you would enjoy a lot.

A 16th birthday is a milestone and cause for a celebration. Planning a 16th birthday party is really difficult. It should be planned with caution because a little mistake can make the birthday boy/gal unhappy and you won’t like this.

Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Autumn: Beautiful season of transition and happiness



Change is law of nature. Nature obeys this rule perfectly. We can observe the changes in the climate at the time of autumn. It is one of a moderate season. It marks the gradual change from summer into winter. At the time of this season the weather is neither two hot not to cold. It is also observed that nights become longer than the days.

The word autumn comes from the Old French word autompne. Before the 16th century, harvest was the term usually used to refer to the season. We can see the golden leaves hit the ground in a heap during this season. In USA autumn is also associated with the Halloween season. In addition to that autumn has a strong association with football and baseball. Furthermore start of a new school year beings in this season.

Autumn is a beautiful season. It is the time of love and romance. It is the time to make somebody feel special. It is the time to get in touch with your loved ones. It is the time to say sorry to somebody whom we have hurt. It is the best time to start a new relationship or business.  It is the time of encouragement. It is the time to celebrate our success and achievements. It is the time of fun. It is the time to go on a picnic. It is the time to organise a get together. It is the time to play pranks but in a safe way. It is the time to be happy. It is the time to lock the thoughts of sadness and grief in a box and throw its key in a river.

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Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Eid al-Adha: A time to ask for forgiveness



Eid al-Adha or Greater Id is an important festivity celebrated by the Muslims.  This festival recalls the sacrifice of Abraham. He cheerfully accepted God’s order to sacrifice his son Ishmael. His act made the God’s happy and they intervened to provide him with a sheep to sacrifice instead. It is also known as Bakr-Id. It lasts for three days. It is celebrated after the end of the Hajj. It symbolizes obedience to Allah and its distribution to others is an expression of generosity, one of the five pillars of Islam.

People celebrate Eid al-Adha by organizing family meals, eating sweet foods, wearing new clothes, giving gifts, visiting the family and friends or give money to children. People also pray for prosperity and happiness on this holy day. People also ask for forgiveness for the sins committed in the past. Muslims greet each other by saying Eid Mubarak. It requests us to makes small sacrifices, giving up things that are fun or important to us. Lord desires from it pupils strength of heart, purity in faith, and willing obedience.

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Monday, 8 October 2012

Sweetest Day



Sweetest Day which originated in Cleveland city, USA is an occasion to remember the sick, aged and orphaned. In addition to that we can also remember friends, relatives and associates who were helpful, who brought happiness and who were kind to us in different situations in our lives. The idea behind it was that thoughtful word or deed enriches life and gives it meaning. It is celebrated on third Saturday in October. It was first celebrated in 1927. This day also belongs to lovers and romantics because it is thought as the second Valentine s Day.


On Sweetest Day people give small presents such as greeting cards, candy and flowers to their loved ones. Some people go out to dinner at a special restaurant on Sweetest Day. Sweetest Day is associated with pink and red colours which are the symbol of love and friendship. Sweetest Day is a break from our daily routine. It is something special for people and we need this day in our lives. It is a day to make somebody happy.

Sweetest Day is gaining popularity every year throughout the world. Sweetest Day is an occasion to thanks our family, friends or individual whom we know have help us in any way. One of the best and effort less is to send them an e-card.  We also have nice collection of Sweetest Day e-cards. We also have a nice collection Say Hi, Missing you, Get well soon, Just Because, Love and sorry e-cards.  Desievite is the portal which has an excellent collection of invitation and e-cards. In addition to that the process of sending invitation and e-cards is very simple. It is a matter of few clicks.