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      Events And Festivals

      Your wedding day is probably the most important day in your life, and picking the right venue is almost as important as picking out the right life partner! If you are searching for a new, unique and offbeat wedding destination that hasn't already been covered by weddings, then these wedding venues in Tanzania are your best bet for a fancy destination wedding! Read more

      Dubai is one of the most exciting cities to ring in the new year! High rise buildings, mesmerizing fireworks, parties, clubbing scenes, and the overall pomp and show makes it sizzle with excitement. There is so much to do for everyone during Dubai New Year that it has become one of the most happening year-end destinations in the world. Read more

      Every country has its own set of historic glory that defines each of their festivals in ways that are true to country-specific traditions. Although Christmas is considered a popular festival, its roots lay deep in the foundation of a country’s history and culture. If you are in Sweden during the holidays, you are in for a surprise. Not only is it celebrated as a profound cultural extravaganza, but the strands of Biblical significance make it even richer. Christmas in Sweden is bestowed upon on 13th December or famously known as St Lucia’s Day as an ode to the upcoming celebrations of the festival. There are stories that go back into heartfelt fables of life and human existence. Read more

      The festivals in Cambodia and Theravada Buddhist ritual are irretrievably linked together. Even the Khmer Rouge and the rise of western culture could do little to suppress the practice of Cambodian festival celebrations. The citizens find this time a great way to bond and rejoice over the shared understanding of Cambodian culture, values and traditions. Read more