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‘We are not living in a Western country where live-in relationship is popular and common, Indians believe in culture and traditions’: Allahabad HC

In his appeal, Ashish Kumar claimed that he had been in a relationship with the detenue since 2011. It was also alleged that, despite the couple's desire to marry, the woman's family opposed the union, thus she was forced to stay at home and forbidden from meeting Kumar.

Sanskrit is not only the language of traditions but also the language of our progress and identity: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that Sanskrit is not only the language of traditions but it is also the language of our "progress and identity."

Kirti Azad shares photoshopped image to insult PM Modi, Himanta Biswa Sarma slams him for insulting culture of Meghalaya

Kirti Azad also included a derogatory caption to the photoshopped image in his tweet.

Rajput women in Rajkot perform ‘Talwar Raas’, ‘liberals’ are triggered: Read about the tradition here

In ‘Talwar Raas’, Rajput women dress up in traditional colourful clothes and perform a traditional dance form using swords, displaying various skills.

Denmark: Over 1400 dolphins killed in a barbaric tradition, distributed amongst locals for consumption amid outrage

Over 1400 white-sided dolphins were killed in Faroe Island in Denmark by the locals as part of the traditional Grindadrap event

Adbhangi Chita-Bhasm Holi in Varanasi: Photos and videos of the mesmerising ritual where even death is a festival

In Chita Bhasma Holi, the devotees play Holi with the ashes collected from human crematory grounds at Manikarnika Ghat in Varanasi

Here is why the Sikh regiment salutes twice during the Republic Day parade

In Delhi, Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib is built at the exact site where Guru Tegh Bahadur was executed.

Did you know? Lord Jagannath in Puri is now under ‘quarantine’ till Ratha Yatra. Read details of the ‘Anasara’ ritual of the ancient Hindu...

At the Shree Jagannath Temple of Puri, Odisha, every year after the Devasnana Purnima, the three deities of the temple - Lord Jagannath, Devi Subhadra, and Lord Balabhadra, go into a 'quarantine' for a period of fourteen days to recover completely from their 'illness'.

Kalari Marma Chikitsa- Ayurvedic center keeps ancient healing technique alive

Kalari Marma Chikitsa is a technique for healing injuries relating to the musculoskeletal system

How the BHU students were demonised and the ones who refused to be ‘secularised’ unfairly called ‘bigots’

BHU students have been protesting against the appointment of a Muslim professor in the Dharma Vigyan department.

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