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For those of us who like to have family around, and love stuffing them with lots of love and yummy food, this is the perfect occasion.
So getthe family and friends together and have a scrumptious brunch!
We’ve put together the best recipes for a family brunch that are easy, colorful, yummy and are bound to make you a family hit!
This is one grand Easter egg. The Angry Birds-inspired confection dark Venezuelan chocolate is 3 feet tall and weighs 22 pounds. It is on sale at Sugar and Plum, a New York chocolatier for $1 thousand dollars.
It’s time to ring in Spring in Afghanistan. Thousands gather at holy sites in Kabul and Mazar-I-Sharif to celebrate the New Year also known as Nowruz, which originates from a Persian tradition, held each year on March 21st.
The celebration will be marked with flag raising ceremonies and traditional dances throughout the country.
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Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated around the globe with a lot of greens, drinks, cheers and parades. From Toronto to Moscow to New York… people of all ages celebrate the Irish tradition that marks the Spring season.
So, here’s a look at St. Patrick’s Day celebrations around the globe for you in photos. Enjoy!
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March 14 (3-14), is the day when math enthusiasts all around the world celebrate Pi Day. Almost everybody knows (but we will mention it anyway) that Pi (3.141592…) is the value with which the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter is calculated. To people who don’t like and those who don’t really care about mathematics, this might just be another boring number.
But for math devotees around the world, this number is considered to be ‘magical’ and ‘beautiful’. Ancient Egyptian and Greek scientists and mathematicians spent their lives trying to approximate its value. Hundreds of years later, math enthusiasts are still after it. Pi day, is therefore a day dedicated to the ‘magic’ and ‘beauty’ of this number. It is also the day when all mathematics nerds get a chance to gather and celebrate while the rest of the less intelligent beings live on with their lives without even knowing it is Pi Day.
The large crowd of several hundred chanted slogans and waved Argentine flags.
So, you are in Pakistan and want to gaze in the eyes of your loved one across a candle-lit table, profess your love, present them with a token of your love and then end the day with a leisurely and romantic walk.
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Carnival-goers in northern Italy’s Ivrea pelt each other with oranges in an enactment of a centuries-old legend of tyranny and the fight for liberty. It’s Italy’s largest food fight – and apparently it’s as painful as it looks.
So, what are the holiday traditions behind the White House Doors…? Well, every family has a couple of their own traditions, but it must be really different celebrating holidays in the White House. Right?
Diwali or Deepavali, the Festival of Lights is celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs. It s one of the most prominent festivals celebrated in India. The five day festival honors Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. People prefer starting the new businesses at Diwali, and say prayers to the goddess for a successful year.