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Victim-Blaming-Truth-of-Love Lifestyle
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  • 23 Jun 2016
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Victim Blaming - Truth of Love

In modern relationships, victim blaming is so blatant

The-Story-Behind-Chinese-New-Year Lifestyle
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  • 08 Feb 2018
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The Story Behind Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is undoubtedly the most important celebration for Chinese around the world. According to the legend, there was once a monster called Nian...

Ramayana-7-Unknown-Facts-that-Shocked-Us Lifestyle
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  • 13 Aug 2018
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Ramayana: 7 Unknown Facts that Shocked Us!

Ramayana is about the faithful King Lord Rama and his epic battle against Ravana to save his wife, Sita.

The-Importance-of-Kolam-in-Hinduism Lifestyle
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  • 13 Aug 2018
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The Importance of Kolam in Hinduism

Kolam simply means beauty, an ancient art that involves free hand drawing and is identified by geometrical patterns, dots, curves and lines

Must-Know-Facts-about-Maha-Shivratri Lifestyle
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  • 26 Feb 2019
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Must Know Facts about Maha Shivratri!

Astro Ulagam wishes all Hindus a blessed Maha Shivratri!

Six-Shivan-Shrines-Which-Are-Difficult-To-Reach Lifestyle
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  • 01 Mar 2019
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Six Shivan Shrines Which Are Difficult To Reach!

These are the famous Shivan Temples which are the hardest to get to!

Five-Reasons-Why-the-Telugus-Celebrate-Ugadi Lifestyle
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  • 05 Apr 2019
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Five Reasons Why the Telugus Celebrate Ugadi?

Every year, we hear about a series of Hindu festivities when the months of April and May surface. Temples are lit with prayers and masses offering flowers and food (annadhanam) on this auspicious day. But, how many of us actually know why the Telugus celebrate Ugadi?
 

8-Different-New-Year-Celebrated-By-Indians Lifestyle
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  • 14 Apr 2019
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8 Different New Year Celebrated By Indians

Which New Year are you celebrating?

The-Meaning-Behind-Vinayagar-s-Peculiar-Looks Lifestyle
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  • 23 May 2019
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The Meaning Behind Vinayagar's Peculiar Looks

Hindu's pray and celebrate Lord Vinayaga, a mighty elephant-headed, pot-bellied, broken-tusked God who travels on a mouse.