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30, Jan
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5 Valentine's Day Gifts For Him And Her

Valentine's Day is a time to celebrate love and romance, so we have put together the perfect gifts for your partner. You can choose from our collection of unique items that will make this Valentine's Day extra special.

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25, Jan
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How to Celebrate Republic Day with Corporate Gifts

January 26th is Republic Day in India, a time to mark and celebrate the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect. This year, show your appreciation for your Indian employees, clients, and partners with corporate gifts that honor India's rich culture.

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24, Jan
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Significance of Celebrating Vasant Panchami

You probably know Vasant Panchami as a Hindu festival that celebrates the arrival of spring. But what does that mean for you? Vasant Panchami is a time to celebrate new beginnings and rejoice in the abundance of life.

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12, Jan
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Why Lohri Festival Celebrated And Its Significance in India

The Lohri festival is celebrated in India and marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring. It is also celebrated as a harvest festival. Fire is considered the main element of this festival, and people perform folk dances around the bonfire. Read on to learn more about the significance of the Lohri festival. 

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29, Dec
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Significance Of Worshiping Saraswati Idol On Vasant Panchami

On the Hindu festival of Vasant Panchami, people worship the goddess Saraswati with great reverence. Saraswati is the goddess of wisdom, knowledge, and learning. She is also the patron goddess of artists and musicians.

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28, Dec
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Why Ganesha Statue Is Considered An Auspicious Gift On New Year

It's the time of the year when most of us are busy preparing for the New Year. We're tidying up our homes, purchasing New Year Gifts for our loved ones, and planning festive meals. Amid all the hustle and bustle, it's easy to forget about one of the most critical aspects of the New Year: celebrating Ganesha.

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27, Dec
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5 Thoughtful New Year Gifts To Avail From The Advitya

New Year isn't about getting the biggest and best gifts. It's about giving thoughtfully and finding something unique that speaks to the recipient's heart. This year, why not gift something unique and handmade from The Advitya?

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22, Dec
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The Psychology behind Christmas Gifting

Christmas is celebrated on December 25th every year to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. It is a Christian holiday but has become popular among people of all religions.



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21, Dec
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Best Brass Handicrafts for Christmas Home Decor

Brass home decor items are a beautiful and unique way to add extra holiday cheer to your home. They come in various styles and designs, making it easy to find the perfect one for your home.


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31, Oct
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Vastu Guidance For The Home Decor

Diwali is here, and so is the festive season. As the festival approaches, we always look for ways to make it special. People try to make their homes more festive by getting a new décor that suits the festival. 

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20, Oct
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What Is The Significance Of Worshipping Ganesha Laxmi Together

Lord Ganesha is Lord Vishnu's son and the most powerful god in the Hindu pantheon. He is also called Dash Ganesh or Ganesha.

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03, Oct
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Life of Lord Krishna and His Teachings to Us

Today we call brass Krishna idol as the ‘God of Hinduism,’ and Mahabharata is considered to be the Vedic scriptures. But in reality, it is not so.

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15, Sep
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Lord Krishna Teachings in Bhagwad Gita

Bhagavad Gita is a conversation between Lord Krishna and Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra right before the beginning of a big war. The point when Arjuna dismounted from his chariot to avoid fighting and engage with himself. In this context, Bhagavad Gita highlights the most meaningful moment in history.

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11, Sep
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Benefits of Worshipping Nav Durga on Navratri

The Nav Durga Puja is the most imperative festival of the Hindus society. It renowned 9 days in 9 forms of Maa Durga who signs of powers.

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05, Sep
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Hanuman Mantra: Meaning, Benefits, Procedure And Significance

According to Hinduism, Tuesday is supposed the most significant lucky day for devoting Lord Hanuman. Devotees worship Lord Hanuman

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04, Sep
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Ganesha Chaturthi in Hindu Mythology | The Advitya

The festival of Ganesha Chaturti is celebrated every year in India on the fourth day of the bright half of the month of Bhadrapada (August–September). This festival marks the beginning of the harvest season and is also known as Vinayaka Chaviti or Vinayaka Jayanti.

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29, Aug
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Why Brass Spice Boxes are Indians First Choice

The spice box is a crucial element of every Indian cooking, and brass was the selected alloy for making the exact for multiple centuries. 

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02, Jun
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Thinking Why Buying Brass Idols For Homes Is So Famous

God statue for home symbolize something as pure and divine. They serve as a reminder that our actions are constantly needed when we are engaged in divinity.

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18, Nov
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Lord Vishnu - The Ultimate Deity Of Vaishnavism

Vishnu is one of the holiest Hindu gods and the supreme deity of shaivite sects. He is also regarded as the Supreme Being within Vaishnavism - a branch of Hinduism that worships him along with Lord Krishna and other gods.

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04, Aug
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5 Royal Items For Regal Home Decor From The Advitya

A royal room’s decor begs for consideration. Think of the invaluable antiques, exorbitant ceilings, and handcrafted artifacts, all of which shout stylishness,

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01, Jan
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How Can A Singhasan Enhance Your Mandir’s decor

A Singhasan is an elevated throne that is typically crafted with lion-shaped legs. Many people have a Puja Singhasan for god at home where they can worship their favorite deity.

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