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In the October month’s edition we would like to celebrate the auspicious festival of Karwa Chauth. It is celebrated by married Hindu women on the fourth day after Purnima in the month of Kartika. Karwa Chauth is made up of two words, Karwa which means earthen pot and Chauth which…

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This year Grandparents Day was observed on September 12. It is generally celebrated in various other countries on different dates. As the name suggests, the day celebrates the beautiful bond between grandparents and grandchildren.

Grandparents play an important role in providing love, wisdom, and strength to families. They also foster…

In the September month’s edition of “The Saffron” we pay tribute to our teachers on the occasion of Teacher’s Day which is celebrated every year on 5th of September in order to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, President of India from 1962 to 1967. There is a…

A man with beliefs and ideals like mine could never think of dying uselessly. We want to get
the maximum value for our lives. We want to serve humanity as much as possible.
— Bhagat Singh, Letter to Sukhdev against suicide, 1929

These priceless words which have remained in the…

Radha!! One of the most celebrated characters of Hindu Mythology when it comes to relation between the lord and devotees. Radha is always been portrayed as Shrikrishna’s beloved friend but her original character and message is often ignored. With all due respect, yes, Radha was Shrikrishna’s “bestie” as it has…

Saffron wishes you all a very happy Raksha Bandhan. It celebrates the unbreakable bond between siblings. It literally means ‘safety’ and ‘bond’.

The vow to always be there for you, to always defend you, no matter what. It is a celebration of the unconditional love that only a sibling can provide. The festival is a time-honored ritual of protection and the greatest tribute to the love they share. May this raksha bandhan make your bonds with your loved ones more strong than ever and bring prosperity in your life.

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The Saffron

The Saffron was inspired by ‘Kesari’ which was started by Lokmanya Tilak during the freedom struggle. The Kesari evoked nationalistic thoughts in people’s minds

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