Kobita Sohor – New Pujor Gaan by Porijayi

Surokahon – the musical group from Kolkata has been a favourite of ours since a very long time and have already been featured twice on our blog – Surokahon: A beautiful musical journey and Music Without Boundaries. Needless to say, we love their troupe, and we love the music they create. It is soulful, It is meaningful and it resonates the verses of this generation. … Continue reading Kobita Sohor – New Pujor Gaan by Porijayi

An Interview with Travel & Street photographer – Deb Lahiri

August 19 is celebrated as World Photography Day and so to celebrate, extraordinary and versatile world and culture of photography, we shall celebrate the whole month of August with articles dedicated to Photographers. WeekendTrivia exclusive interviews with as well as a photography contest shall be running on as well as all other social media platforms. So dive into the fest! Juggling career as well as … Continue reading An Interview with Travel & Street photographer – Deb Lahiri

Indian Villages – Lifestyle and Surroundings Photography

Introduction – The soul of India lives in its villages, 60 percent of the population still lives in villages of India. Indian villages have a very beautiful and attractive lifestyle. The Villages are free from the hustle and bustle of city life, villages are peaceful, calm, quiet and full of greenery where one can breathe fresh air. Village life, even now remain untouched by the … Continue reading Indian Villages – Lifestyle and Surroundings Photography

Witness the Holy Ride of Lord Jagannath – Ratha Yatra

The annual function of Rath Jatra was held on the 4th of July, 2019. Every year this ceremony draws thousands of people to witness the Holy Ride of Lord Jagannath, along with sister Subhadra and brother Balabhadra in their Chariots. The huge Chariots are built months in Advance and people throng in huge numbers to pull the rope of the Ratha or Chariot. Young ones … Continue reading Witness the Holy Ride of Lord Jagannath – Ratha Yatra

Taking Bengali YouTube to New Heights- Akash Barmon

Akash Barmon honestly makes us immensely proud. This young guy with his dedication, perseverance and unyielding hardwork has made a niche for himself in the YouTube world and being Bengalis and him belonging from West Bengal as well makes our pride and happiness grow double more so. Akash Barman was previously featured in our blog – The Untold Story Of Popular YouTuber Odvut 10. He … Continue reading Taking Bengali YouTube to New Heights- Akash Barmon

The Quintessential Kolkata Book Fair

If you reside in West Bengal and you happen to love books, (which happens more often than not) then you are sure in a habit to visit the annual International Kolkata Book Fair ( officially Antarjatik Kolkata Boimela) and that sort of forms an essential part of your winter season. The International Kolkata Bookfair is renowned not only in Bengal but worldwide because it happens to … Continue reading The Quintessential Kolkata Book Fair

New Year Celebration Around the World

Hello lovely people all around the world, we wish you a very Happy New Year 2019!! And hope that the coming year bring health, happiness and prosperity for you all. Wishing that you approach the year with positivity, self-reflection and more acceptance of others! So do you want to check how the whole world celebrated the coming of 2019? Let us find out below! Prakash  … Continue reading New Year Celebration Around the World

Christmas Celebration with WeekendTrivia

Merry Christmas Everyone!! Ho! Ho! Ho! So now that Christmas is over and all of us has been well fed and counted our blessings, let’s have look together of Christmas celebrations over the world and in India. The Holidays are still upon us and we are counting the days till New Year! And in this festive spirit let us all see some insights into the … Continue reading Christmas Celebration with WeekendTrivia

Worship of Goddess Jagadhatri – With Weekend Trivia

The Puja was first originated in Krishnanagar of Nadia District, Bengal. Maharaja Krishnachandra was the perpetrator of the Puja. Down the years, puja held in Krishnanagar, Chandannagar, Rishra, Bhadreshwar, Hooghly, Boinchi etc are very popular and holds special attraction for the masses. It is held in the Bengali month of Kartik and People from different parts of India visit these places to witness Jagadhatri puja … Continue reading Worship of Goddess Jagadhatri – With Weekend Trivia

Chhath Puja- A Veneration to the Sun God

https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Chhath Puja is an Indian Hindu Vedic festival, celebrated in the parts of Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh as well as some parts of Nepal. Culturally, this festival does not involve any idol worship. Rather it is a way of paying homage to the God of Sun and his two wives Usha and Sandhya, for bestowing us with the … Continue reading Chhath Puja- A Veneration to the Sun God