Here is how you can download and send Bhai Dooj WhatsApp stickers on Android phones.
Ram Setu will be directed by Abhishek Sharma and co-produced by Akshay Kumar along with Vikram Malhotra.
Bhai Dooj celebrates the bond of love between brothers and sisters and is popularly observed as the last and fifth day of the Diwali festival by Hindus. On this day, sisters apply red tika on the forehead of their brothers and pray for their well-being.
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni reads from Forest of Enchantments for Diwali: Ram's return to Ayodhya through Sita's eyes
While the Ramayana is primarily centred around the perspectives of men — the 'good prince' Ram and the 'evil demon' Ravana — seldom does one know what the women in the story felt or thought.
Govardhan puja is performed by devotees of Lord Krishna. It is believed that Lord Krishna defeated God Indra, the King of the Devas on this day
You can download the third party-themed WhatsApp sticker apps from Play Store.
Using AR, Snapchat users will be able to do a variety of fun tasks like “lighting a diya with your finger or choosing different patterns of Rangoli”.
To use this, users will have to create an Avatar, go to the ‘Create Post’ option and then click on ‘Background Colour’ and select the favourable theme.
Diwali 2020: How to celebrate festival of lights with eco-friendly alternatives like diyas, natural rangoli
Since rangoli is an integral part of Diwali, another way of ensuring an eco-friendly practice is by adorning homes with rangoli made from rice flour or even flowers and pulses
Diwali is one of the biggest festivals in India when people come together to celebrate light, life and goodness. Also known as Deepavali, which literally translates to ‘a row of lights’, Hindus consider it to be the holiest day of the lunar month Kartik.
Amavasya tithi begins on 2:17 pm on 14 November and ends at 10:36 am on 15 November
Bursting crackers has been banned by states and Union Territories in India, but rangolis are way safer and more colourful way of heralding this festival.
Celebs give a lowdown on how they plan to ring in a green Diwali at home sans firecrackers and urge others to follow suit.
Diwali 2020: Festival of lights to be celebrated on 14 November; significance of the day and puja timings this year
Diwali is celebrated to mark the return of Lord Rama and Sita to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile, but some celebrate the festival to honour the return of Pandavas after 12 years of vanvas
The second round of NEET UG Counselling 2020 will be held from 18 to 22 November, and the allotment list will be declared on 23 November
Diwali 2020: Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, others allow sale of green crackers, here’s what you need to know
Green crackers come in two categories: one without barium salt and the other with lesser quantities of barium. Both would lead to a 30 percent to 35 percent emission reduction
Dhanteras is considered an auspicious occasion to purchase clothes, jewellery, utensils, gadgets. It is also believed that buying gold and silver on Dhanteras bring more wealth and prosperity
Diwali 2020: List of states, UTs in India which have ordered complete ban on sale and bursting of firecrackers
Experts have warned that bursting firecrackers may worsen the air quality and increase the risks for COVID patients and those who have already recovered from it
PVR Pictures said that it will release The War with Grandpa in the theatres on 13 November.
Bank holidays in November 2020: Banks to remain closed for 8 days, including Diwali, Guru Nanak Jayanti
Banks in India are closed on all Sundays and second and fourth Saturdays. The banks in the country are guided by the national and state holidays in which they are situated.