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A trance rhythm becomes audible from a distance as one enters the gully famous for it’s “thak-thak” sound. A Silhouette in continous rhythm explains the reason behind this synchronized audible chaos.
We all know that 26th January was the day when the constitution came in being, but this day has a lot more to it than just that. Here are some interesting facts that you should know about.
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Did you know? Makar Sankranti is the only Hindu festival that follows the solar calendar, meaning that it falls mostly on the same date every year, i.e. the 14 th of January.
One of the earliest dyes known to the civilized world, indigo production was once indigenous to India and its export to Greek and Roman civilizations saw the Greek calling it indikon, which can be loosely translated as the dye for India before the word indigo made it to the English dictionary.