Dev Deepawali, or Dev Diwali ‘the Diwali of the Gods’ takes place in the holy city of Varanasi every year on the full moon of the Hindu calendar month of Kartika.
Around the world there are a wealth of traditional, fun and downright odd ways to see in the New Year!
Chinese New Year is by no means restricted to China. It is one of the world’s biggest celebrations, and 4% of the global population will be on the move to reunite with family and friends for the occasion.
On Friday (9th Feb), the 2018 Carnaval kicked off in its usual exuberant style!
Chaotic, deafening, intimidating, but at the same time utterly beautiful, completely charming and truly special, there aren’t many countries quite like India.
Every year, the 16th January is International Hot and Spicy Food Day! Perhaps you’re wondering why there is such a thing as International Hot and Spicy Food Day?
Every year the skies above the Indian state of Gujarat become a playground of swooping, soaring, colourful kites as the International Kite Festival comes to town.
Love it or loathe it, Christmas might come just once a year but it’s bigger and brighter than ever before.