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Halloween – It is Fun to be Scared!

October 27th, 2014 by HiGreetings.com
Halloween is celebrated in various countries on the eve of the Western Christian feast of the All Hallows' Day i.e. on October 31. It is a time of both celebration and superstition as Halloween straddle the line between the fall and winter, which also stands as a symbol of plenty and paucity as well as of life and death. Many believe that this Christianized feast has pagan roots and it was originally influenced by the ancient Celtic harvest festival of Gaelic Samhain, which includes people wearing costumes and lighting bonfires to ward off roaming spirits and ghosts.

Ganesha Chaturthi: A Festival Of The Hindu Elephant Headed God!

August 27th, 2014 by HiGreetings.com
Lord Ganesha is regarded as the god of wisdom, knowledge, and prosperity. Hindus believe that He helps remove all obstacles in one's path and thus seeks Ganesha's blessings! The festival, Ganesh Chaturthi is most popular in the state of Maharashtra in India and is celebrated with great zest and vigor. Customs dictate the number of days a Ganesha idol can be kept at home. A lot of religious activities take place during the tenth and last day of the festival like arti for Shri Ganesh. Devotees submerge idols of the famed god in water bodies such as a river or an ocean. While submerging the idol, prayers and slogans are uttered earnestly requesting the Ganesha to return as early as possible next year.

A truly celebrated occasion: Happy Janmashtmi to all!

August 15th, 2014 by HiGreetings.com
History of Shri Krishna Janmashtami...
Lord Krishna was son of Sri Vasudeva and Devki who was sister of Mathura King Kansa. On the day of Devki's marriage there was an akashvani that Kansa will be killed by eighth son of Devki so Kansa putted Vasudev and Devki in prison and started killing all their infant child waiting for her eighth child to come who was suppose to bring his death. On Krishna Janmashtami Lord Krishna born in the same prison was later known as Makhan Chor Nandkishor but that day somehow Vasudev managed to save Krishna and left him in Nandgaon where his friend Nand Baba and his wife Yashoda had a daughter whom Vasudev brought to the prison. In the memory of Lord Krishna's birth and all these incidents, the day is celebrated.

A Bond of love and care: Happy Raksha Bandhan!

August 5th, 2014 by HiGreetings.com
Raksha Bandhan is an age-old tradition of celebrating the eternal bond of love shared by brothers and sisters, with a simple and sober ceremony of tying Rakhi, and praying for you bhaiya. The festival aims at rejuvenating the relationship between siblings and exchanging heartfelt rakhi wishes! Every year sisters tie a beautifully decorated rakhi around their brother's wrist and pray for their brother's well being and signify that they can be never ever apart. Carried out with reverence since time immemorial raksha bandhan has become rooted in the psyche of all brothers and sisters in India.

A true friend is a lifetime of a reason and season: Happy Friendship Day!

July 31st, 2014 by HiGreetings.com
It's friendship day and sending of free e-cards has grown greatly alongside the rapid growth of the internet. Many people now send free e-cards as it is far more environmentally friendly than sending real greeting cards. F.R.I.E.N.D.ship day is now celebrated to show how much you care about a special friend. Each year on Friendship Day, millions of free greeting cards are sent all over the world. A true friend, while defined as simply as someone to whom you are connected through esteem or affection, is a person of great importance. Friends from your support network for rough times expose you to new people, situations, options, and points of view, not to mention provide the social, intellectual, creative, and other kinds of essential stimulation. A true friend is a lifetime of a reason and season and anytime you need a friend say that 'I'll to be actually there for you'.

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