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2013-07-13 23:03:47

Red Fashions Ltd. has released their unique saree designs, helping women stand out from the crowd. These designs are available to women throughout the world. (PRWEB) July 13, 2013 In the India tradition, regardless of where a woman lives, whether it is Canada, the USA or EU, it is considered that a woman is not complete without a saree. Most women with an India nationality enjoy wearing the Saree, regardless of their age. For any occasion, the saree is the most popular piece of clothing...

2008-09-21 21:00:18

By Subhadra Devan TWO artistes show why they are at the pinnacle of style on sitar and grace in odissi, writes SUBHADRA DEVAN. Sitarist Samuel J. Dass makes playing the sitar look really easy. As he plucked out the tune, Puriya Kalyan, with clear precision, the 40-year-old smiled and grinned at his old friend, tabla player Prakash Kandasamy. Why wouldn't he. Klang-born Dass has been playing the sitar since the age of eight, and has performed countless times for TV shows, at government...

2008-07-29 06:00:35

AN EVENT billed as the biggest Hindu procession ever held in the Midlands takes place in Leicester on Sunday. The Rathayatra chariot festival will feature three massive chariots, making the city just the second in Europe to host the festival on such a scale. Thousands of festivalgoers from all over the world will pull the three chariots from Leicester city centre clock tower to Cossington Park, accompanied by music, singing and dancing. (c) 2008 Coventry Evening Telegraph. Provided by...

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