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What makes so special? It celebrates the harvest and is associated with the festival of . However, Bhangra is not just restricted to the festival but it can be a way of celebrating happiness harvesting in your heart.
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Ministry of Culture Apr 13
On , listen to 's spiritual renditions & playback classics from Program, an initiative to unite the people of India in fight against .
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SP Shukla Apr 14
On , our Agrichemicals plant commenced production of . Despatches in 1 & 5 litre bottles to commence from tomorrow. We at will endeavour to alleviate shortage of in India to fight .
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Sadhguru Apr 13
The New Year is a time to harvest not just the external landscape but the internal one as well. May you find a rich & bountiful harvest. –Sg
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anand mahindra Apr 14
Prakash, this is a ‘harvest’ where your ‘crop’ is as important as those that Mahindra Agribusiness usually focuses on. Kudos to your team for converting the production line in so rapid a fashion...
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IndiaToday Apr 13
pandemic eclipses celebrations in . Special prayers held in gurudwaras to get rid of the killer disease! More videos:
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Seema Goswami Apr 13
A bit bemused by the fact that seems to have turned into a ‘Sikh festival’. When did that happen? Baisakhi is a festival celebrated by all Punjabis, both Sikh and Hindu. Let’s keep it that way!
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Maruti Suzuki Apr 14
This Harvest Season, let's celebrate the farmers of India for keeping the nation fed and helping us . wishes you and your family a happy and bountiful harvest season!
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Israel in India Apr 13
From all of us in 🇮🇱 & team , New Year greetings to 🇮🇳 on the auspicious occasions of , , , , & . May these festivals bring joy, happiness & prosperity to all. How are you celebrating today? Tell us!
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Shilpi Singh Apr 14
It's New Year in India. Different parts of the country celebrate with simple and local rituals. Taking this opp to share message on
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Raj Singh Arora Apr 13
Here is wishing all in & around the world a very very happy along with 2 Gujjus & One Sardar, Me ! #
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The Partition Museum Apr 17
The month of April is one of festivities. In many , those that are traditionally , the month of is connected with either the celebration of a good harvest or that of sowing of new seeds. is one such festival that is celebrated..[1/3]
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Azeema Apr 14
A heart touching message on ! Our Sikh brothers&sisters are messenger of Indian heritage of love,compassion,selfless service across the globe&now world recognizes the same India rising&shining !!
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Tisca Chopra Apr 14
Happy .. may we harvest a new more compassionate way to live going into the .. picture from traveling to shoot in Punjab, seems like another lifetime ..
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Srei Apr 13
We wish this brings new hope of a brighter future for all of us. So, let’s find a new way to celebrate during . .
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Dr.Omkar Rai Apr 13
Wishing everyone happiness and prosperity on the festivals of , , , and , as they represent the first day of Hindu Solar Calendar or the new year in many parts of the country!
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Calcutta Times Apr 13
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India in Israel May 28
May this be a time of sweet first fruit & happy harvesting of human goodness & gentleness: like the rice-harvest festivals of & in , in autumn & winter; & like the spring-summer harvest of in the vast expanses of the north
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Dr. U S Awasthi Apr 13
Heartiest greetings & my best wishes to everyone on the occasion of festivals of our country , Bohagi Bihu, Poila Boishakh, Vishu, Maha Vishuba Sankranti & Puthandu. May our harvest the fruits of their hard work.
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Pankaj Khajuria Apr 13
Wishing my Country and especially Dogras fellows a very happy:- Birth Anniversary Raising day| 13 Apr is a big day for Dogras and Game changer for Indian history. 1/N
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