Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Multilingual Greeting Cards: Hindi-English and Bengali-English

Language is a single word but it has a broad meaning. It is a medium of communication. It lets us convey our thoughts. We can express the thoughts which are in our mind in several ways. We can express it in words. We can express it in writing. We can express our thoughts in pictures. In addition to that there are several occasion on which we express our thoughts. It can be a festival or an event or a party and the list goes on. One of the powerful medium to express our thought is the greetings cards.These day we would find a lot of these media on the internet.One such resource is

A greeting card always conveys a message which is written in a language. Most of them have the message printed in English. English is accepted wordwide and if you know it you can communicate with anybody in the world. One day you go to a place where a little number of people know English and the regional language is very popular. Now you have to take help from somebody. In such situation the multilingual greeting card are very helpful. You would find a lot of these cards on

At the present moment these cards are available in the combination of two languages. The first combination consists of Hindi and English. As you know that Hindi is the national language in India and people all around the world are influenced by it. Second combination consists of Bengali and English. Third it is also available in Hindi only. In the present these cards are available for birthday category only. In the future it would be made available for other categories also.

For sending these cards to express your thought you need to register at which is a very simple process. In addition to that it is free.

Your thoughts are converted in a language which people all around the world will understand with ease so be the first around the world to start using these multilingual greeting cards. These multilingual greeting cards would definitely please your loved ones. If you like them, don’t forget to tell people so that they can also take advantage of them.

Monday, 16 September 2013

Punjabi Post Wedding Rituals

Vidaai ceremony

In this scared ritual the bride gets ready to leave her matrial house. She is accompained by her parents, her brother, friends and close relatives. When the bride procceds towards the entrance door she throws rice over her head. This signifies that all the debts in her matrial house are cleared now. Next she boards a car along with her husband and leaves for her new house.

Pani Bharna

When the couple reaches the grooms house she gets a grand welcome.The grooms mother performs the arati and sprinkes holy water on the couple. It is a custom that the newly wed bride has to kick the mustard pot placed on the entrance door with her right foot before entering the house. After that the couple enters the house.

Fun Games

After a grand welcome the couple is made to play some games. In one such game the couple has search a ring in a vessel of coloured water.

Kangna Kholna

In this ritual the bride and groom has to untie each other's bracelets in the presence of all the relatives. The bride is required to untie her husband's bracelet first.

Mooh Dikhai Ki Rasm

This ritual introduces the bride to the groom's family. The brides receives a lot of presents from the grooms family.

Reception party

This ritual introduces the bride to the groom's relatives and friends. In addition to that the couple receives a grand welcome. The party is accompanied with a grand feast. The reception party marks the end of a wedding ceremony.

Phera Dalna

This is the last post wedding ritual. In this ritual the couple visits the bride's house after the marriage. The brother of the bride welcomes the grooms into the house. The couple have lunch and they receive a lot of gifts from the people present there. This ritual introduces the groom to the bride’s family.

On the first day in her in-laws she has to cook something, preferably a sweet dish like halwa or kheer.