Celebrate the international workers day, which is also known as May Day or Labour Day. It adds value to the efforts of working-class and honors the achievements of labour movements. Its mainly promoted by the communists, socialists, and anarchists. Being a traditional European spring celebration, May Day is a national public holiday in many countries. In some countries, it is celebrated as â€śLabour Dayâ€ť or â€śInternational Workersâ€™ Dayâ€ť.
The festival of colors indicates the victory of good over the evil. It has a specific significance in some cities wherein, In other cities, it’s celebrated to give love and joy with each other. This big Indian festival is celebrated in almost every part of India with the pure joy of welcoming the harvest season for farmers. These vibrant colors bring a lot of positivity and allow people to rejoice the memory of this day for long. The enthusiasm of people reaches its peak and matches with the festive spirit of Holi. Find your hidden crazy self, dance to the rhythm of music and make other lives colorful and your brightest.
International Womenâ€™s day is celebrated around the globe on 8th of March every year. The International Womenâ€™s Day logo is in purple and white and highlights the symbol of Venus, which is also the representative of being female. In different regions, the focus of celebrating International Womenâ€™s day ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation towards women, to the celebration of womenâ€™s social achievements.On the International Womenâ€™s day, we the team of BR Softech extend warm greetings to the women worldwide and salute their contributions in different fields for their nation. (more…)
India is celebrating its 70th Republic Day. This day 26 January is honoring the date as in 1950 the Constitution on India came into effect replacing the Government of India Act (1935). It was written by BR Ambedkar, He was known as the father of the Indian constitution. Each year this day is marked with grand ceremonies parade held in New Delhi, India, In the presence of the honorable President of Republic India. It’s a tribute to India, which represents our unity in diversity and our rich cultural heritage.
India is famous for its festivals in all over the world, here people celebrates all the festivals with full joy and enthusiasm. Indian culture and heritage is meant to be explore. Makar Sankranti is among the major festivals
On 14th January, where the world celebrates International Kites festival, Indians enjoys the grace of kites with the celebration of makar sankranti. This day is considered as an auspicious day, as it is based on the solar cycle. In the northern parts of India, it is marked as a harvest season. The three day kite festival Jaipur and Ahmedabad is famous across the world.