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Selling hope with plenty of soap, Chennai will join the third edition of the Global Bubble Parade on May 28
Statue of 101 life-sized baby elephant that have been transformed into beautiful works of art will be exhibited in Indian cities as part of the 22nd edition of the International Elephant Parade
Their Royal Highnesses, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall attended the official preview of Elephant Parade India today at the British High Commissioner’s residence in New Delhi.
Columnist Swati Sucharita goes on a nostalgic trip about the good old days of watching Republic Day parade on Doordarshan
John had also spread the word about the parade on his social media handles so that people can be part of it.
Chennai celebrated the 10th edition of the pride parade on Sunday, with hundreds taking to the streets to demand equal rights for the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) community.
A divided nation grappling with rising inequality, new mass media and the growth of populist politics. Sounds familiar?
Here’s a pick of top destinations that are sure to immerse you in the true Easter spirit and egg-cite you for the upcoming gala.
Aamchi Mumbai to welcome 101 artistic elephant sculptures as the city launches the first ever Elephant Parade in India
Following 24 successful Elephant Parades worldwide, Elephant Parade India has engaged leading Indian artists, fashion designers, design institutes, tribal painters & celebrities.
The Macy's fireworks show over the East River in New York City is said to be one of the biggest in the country.
You can expect to see the performances by famous dance artistes like Dona Ganguly, Debjani Chatterjee and others
Tens of thousands of spectators are lining an Amsterdam canal to watch a parade of decorated boats during the Dutch capital's LGBT pride festival.
Here's everything you need to know about the International kites and sweets festival at Parade Grounds, Hyderabad
Bringing together international teams of professional kite-flyers, along with enthusiasts from around the city, the festival is not only about fun and frolic.
Dressed in sequined costumes, grooving to the rhythm of marching bands and clutching at strands of shiny beads, people in New Orleans celebrated the end of Mardi Gras season.
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