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Jun 23 2017

Celebrate Ramadan at these Places

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Did you know amongst the vast population of Muslims in the nation there are few places in India that are known mainly for Ramadan celebrations? Yes, a crescent moon atop the palm trees on a fine sunset marks the beginning of the holy month where it is obligatory that every adult Muslim other than those who are pregnant or suffering from any kind of illness have to observe fast during this Ramadan month that would last for a duration of 29-30 days. This yearly observance is listed under the five pillars of Islam that marks as a commemoration for the […..]

Jun 01 2017

Break your Fast at these Top Places

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“In this holiest and sacred month of Ramadan, TicketGoose wishes everyone, Ramadan Kareem”. Ramadan, the month of fasting is one such glorious festival where people fast throughout the day without in taking a drop of water. Their tough abstinence from food and water with immense prayers ought to bring good deeds to their families. With Ramadan around the corner, food is one such popularity where anyone can be seen indulging in. Below, are the few places in India where one must open their fast in; Pista House, Hyderabad; have you heard of the Mutton Haleem? If not, then it is […..]

Mar 23 2017

Ride to Andhra to celebrate Ugadi!

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Ugadi or Yugadi in Sanskrit means “beginning of the new age”. The first day of the lunar month, Chaitra is considered to be the auspicious day for the festival’s commemoration. It is a day marking the start of the New Year for the people of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka where this fiesta is celebrated with extreme entertainment and vehemence. It also greets the start of spring with new leaves and buds blooming beautifully thereby creating a spiritual festive mood amongst all. This day signifies two myths; some say it is the day Lord Brahma, the creator of the world started […..]

admin Sep 02 2016

Ganesh Chaturthi celebration in 5 major cities

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The pandals are almost set in most of the places for Ganesh Chaturthi, the festivity which is dedicated to Ganesha or the Elephant head God, the second son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. There are different versions of how Ganesha got elephant head. Long story short, it is believed that angry Shiva severed the head of Ganesha. The devtas could manage to find only a baby elephant’s head and this had to be fixed on Ganesha’s head to bring him back to life. This festival is celebrated for 10 days almost all over India. For many God believer or […..]

Hisham Barbhuiya Nov 22 2014

Cheraman Juma Masjid – The First Mosque of the Indian Subcontinent

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Kerala is described as “God’s Own Country” due to the laid-back and comfortable lifestyle of the people.  It is famous for its beaches, hill stations, traditional dance and cuisine. The state is easily accessible by bus from neighbouring Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. More often than not, it is the backwaters which attract tourists to the state. However, there is more in the state than what meets the eye. Besides the popular tourist attractions, one particular spot which has managed to evade the much deserved publicity it deserves is Kodungallur. The town is home to the Cheraman Juma Masjid […..]