Honeymoon Destinations for Adventurous Couples

These days many newly wedded couples prefer a honeymoon full of activities and adventurous sports. There are a lot of adventure honeymoon destinations in India for the couples who wants to explore and enjoy. Out of so many beautiful honeymoon places in India Shagun has picked up the destinations which have a good flavor of adventure and fun.


If you are looking for winter sports then Auli which is situated in the Himalayan belt is the right place for you. Winter sports loving honeymooners can take their pick from skiing and snow boarding the snow-covered slopes of Auli. Skiing is the preferred choice if you and your spouse are the ultimate thrill seekers whereas snowboarding is for those who also want to explore the surrounding areas.

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Why do we celebrate Diwali

Diwali which is also known as the festival of light is celebrated by Indians throughout the world with extreme zeal and enthusiasm. The festival observes display of lights, bursting of crackers, sweets, lots of shopping, happiness and celebration. Like most of the festivals in India, Diwali too has its base in mythology and there are very interesting stories about this festival in history that many of you may or may not know.

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Shubh Dhanteras

Dhanteras is an important part of Diwali celebrations which marks the first day of Diwali celebrations. The word ‘Dhan’ signifies money or wealth.

How is Dhanteras Celebrated?

On this day, people perform pujas dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi to get blessed with wealth and prosperity. Houses are decorated using colors, lights,diyas,lamps and rangoli.

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Little things a woman wants, but will never ask for

One of the most important keys to having a mature, loving relationship is to recognize the importance of practicing the art of loving every day. You can always work on making your relationship come alive again. In a true relationship, woman will never ask but she will always expect you to do simple things for her. These gestures might appear as unimportant to you but means a lot to her.

Let’s check out these little things that can keep the flame ignited forever.

1. Share secrets with her.

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A Heartwarming Speech by a Dad at his Daughter’s Wedding

A daughter is said to be closer to her father as compared to her mother. As a supreme male figure of the family she looks up to him for every single thing. A father’s influence in his daughter’s life not only shapes her self-esteem and confidence but also build her opinion about men. He nurtures her, guides her and protects her since the time she takes birth. But as per the nature’s rule, be it a love or arranged marriage he has to hand over his precious gem to a guy who will be called as her husband.

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Auspicious Time for Wedding

Hindus are very much particular about their marriage dates. According to them an auspicious date reduces the problems that may arise in the marital life. For finding these auspicious muhurtha people refer day, tithi, lagna, amsha, Nakshatra and the birth (moon) sign of bride and groom.

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Goddess Saraswati and her Blessings – Navratra Special

The day after the nine days of Navratra is called Vijaya Dashami. Devotees perform Saraswati Puja and ask her to bless them with knowledge and wisdom.  Some devotees also perform Durga Puja to mark her victory over Mahishasura. In most parts of the country Vijay Dashmi is also known as Dassera. This day is considered the most auspicious day and it is believed that if any new venture is started on this day, it brings success. Not only this, even initiating a child into the world of learning is considered auspicious.

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Significance of Women during Navratra- Navratra Special

The women are given great importance during Navratra. It is believed that though a man is the important person in the house, the family’s prosperity is solely because of the lady of the house. Hence on all nine days of this festival, women folk visit various houses and they are given ‘prasad, which consists of betel leaves and betel nut, turmeric, kumkum powder, a mirror, a small vessel or plate, blouse piece etc according to a person’s wish and some money.

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Sati’s Sacrifice-Navratra Special

As quoted in the previous blog, there are a number of beliefs associated with the celebration of Navratra.

According to legend prevalent in East India, Uma was the youngest and the sixteenth daughter of Daksha Prajapathi (the king of the Himalayas). She always wished to marry Lord Shiva passionately. To win the regard of God Shiva, she worshiped him wholeheartedly.Finally her devotion pleased Lord Shiva and he consented to marry her.

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