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Posted on : 4th October 2010
Bhai Dooj and Rakhi are the two occasions which are a sincere effort to pay tribute to the amazing bond of love between siblings. Bhai Duj comes from Bhaiya or Bhai which means brother and Dooj means second. The festival falls on the second day after Diwali, or the second day of the new moon.

Posted on : 24th September 2010
Indian history is replete with instances which speak of the rich Indian culture. Each and every festival celebrated in India has its own social and cultural importance. These occasions encompass the various customs and traditions which give India its beauty and charm. One of the many such festivals is Bhai Dooj.



Posted on : 12th October 2009
Nowadays men are becoming more image and style conscious. Selecting a gift for them on Bhai Dooj has not been an easy task. There is a tremendous pressure on sister every year to gift something new and exciting to her brother. However, with little thought, planning and ofcourse your love and affection for brother, this problem could be solved in an effective manner. To help you select that awesome Bhai Dooj Gift for dearest brother check out these interesting ideas:

Posted on : 8th October 2009
Bhai Dooj is celebrated on the last day of Diwali. This is the fifth day celebration of the diwali festival celebrating the eternal love between brothers and sisters. Bhai means brother, and Dooj represents the two days after new moon, i.e., two days after Diwali in Kartik month of Hindu calendar. Just like Raksha Bandhan, bhai dooj is a festival of brothers and sisters.

Posted on : 6th October 2009
Bhai Dooj is celebrated on the last day of Diwali. This is the fifth day celebration of the diwali festival celebrating the eternal love between brothers and sisters. Bhai means brother, and Dooj represents the two days after new moon, i.e., two days after Diwali in Kartik month of Hindu calendar. Just like Raksha Bandhan, bhai dooj is a festival of brothers and sisters.









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