It’s the Festives & Shopping is Now ONLINE!

Posted by Sujit Agarwal | Posted in Festival/Events, Media, Web | Posted on 23-09-2011

Online shopping in its term mean shopping online. It is a B2C (Business to Consumer) business strategy. A virtual way of buying and selling, like they do in a roofed area, at their rest; directly from home. This form of electronic commerce has evolved big deal all over the world.

Well not only for girls, for everyone it is a hectic to carry bags and then themselves. 😛
In simple terms it is like Hindi saying ‘credit card swap karo, aish karo’.

Come, lets get acquainted the modern shopping online shopping trend.

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Amar Durga Puja – to the world

Posted by Rahul Bharadwaj | Posted in Festival/Events, Introduction | Posted on 10-09-2009

Durga Puja

What is ADP – Amar Durga Puja?

As we all know that Durga Puja is one of the most awaited festival in West Bengal but because of it’s geographical restriction people in the other part of the world can only read about it or view photos only once the event is over – it’s like watching the highlights of the World Cup Finals. We, at FOURDY WLOG, decided to take Durga Puja to the whole world. After a lot of thinking the only way we could do it was through the most powerful medium of today, the internet. This is when we decided to create ADP – www.amardurgapuja.com. ADP would be like a platform for the users to share their thoughts, videos, photo and more about Durga Puja.

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Ganapati vs Swine Flu- Decide the Ultimate Winner

Posted by Chetan Bharadwaj | Posted in Festival/Events, Review | Posted on 23-08-2009

Lord Ganesha
Lord Ganesha

Ganesh Chaturti (or Ganapati), is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha who is popularly known for his wisdom, power and auspiciousness in Hinduism.  On such an occasion, big idols of the elephant-faced Hindu God is decorated and worshiped. The festival is celebrated all over the country, but more enthusiastically amongst the Marathi Indians. They celebrate the festival continuously for 10 days making it the biggest, most opulent & a highly popular festival of the state Maharashtra. The festival ends on Ananta Chaturdasi Day (this year suppose to be September 2, 2009) when people in a huge procession carry the idols of Lord Ganesha and immerse it into the nearest water source invoking for his blessings.

This year’s Ganesh Chaturti date is August 23, 2009 (Yes, the Ganeshotsav celebration has already commenced and people are out of their home since early morning to pick up Ganapati idols :)). And as you would join in the celebration, you will observe 2 major themes depicted through paintings, decorations, mannequins and tableaux across the pandals – 26/11 terrorist attack and swine flu.

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