Category: Festivals and Culture

Maha Shivaratri & Grand Bassin Free Wallpaper and Facebook Cover


On this auspicious day of Maha Shivaratri, here is a beautiful wallpaper of Grand Bassin (Mauritius) and the giant statue of Lord Shiva, which we designed this morning – Feel free to use on your desktop. The wallpaper is available in 4 versions to fit to old and new monitors. We have also included a… Read more »

Cavadee 2014 in Mauritius Photos


Here are some photos for the celebration of Cavadee in Mauritius this year. The photos were taken at Vacoas today morning. Please note that we’re loading only 20 photos per page so that we do not slow down the loading of this page. There are about 110 photos posted (total). To browse them all, use… Read more »

History’s Top 5 Most Stupid New Year’s Resolutions

Happy New Year 2014

So, here we are again, dear readers. Another calendar year behind us, looking to the beginning of a new year, and holding out hope that, somehow, 2014 is going to be a better, more prosperous year. Yeah. Good luck with that! People vow to make a fresh start every year, resolving to make positive changes in… Read more »

Why Thanksgiving is Stupid, Unhealthy and Turns You Into An Ass

Anti Thanksgiving

You know what dude, Thanksgiving is stupid and well, unhealthy too! Let me tell you why. The USA will be celebrating Thanksgiving on the 28th November 2013. For the happy flying dodos out there who don’t know about the festival, it’s a day to apparently be thankful (good!) and eat lot of turkeys (huh!). As a… Read more »

How is Thanksgiving Celebrated – As Seen From Another Galaxy


How is Thanksgiving celebrated and how does the festival looks like to the rest of the universe? Thanksgiving is celebrated both in the USA and Canada. Humans have a lot of weird nonsense going on. If you look at our society from a galactic viewpoint, we’re really quite a strange lot of flesh, bones, booze,… Read more »

5 Dumbest Halloween Ideas For Certified Mad Couples

Mad Halloween Couple

Each and every year, more commercialism and candy find their ways into the once revered autumn harvest celebration that we now call Halloween. This holiday actually began as a pagan harvest ritual that thanked the Earth for her blessings. It was called Samhain (pronounced SAW-wehn, from the Lithuanian Gaelic or some such ancient-ass language nobody… Read more »

Cavadee 2013 in Mauritius Photos

The Thaipoosam Cavadee 2013 was celebrated today 27th January in Mauritius. Like every year, we bring you some photos of the pious celebration dedicated to Hindu divinity Muruga. This year I was quite busy with some other work, so I unfortunately missed the celebration at Vacoas. So for a change, this year’s we’re going to… Read more »

Saraswati Puja Basant Panchami

Saraswati Puja and Basant Panchami will be celebrated today 15th February 2013 by Hindus in India and around the world. Bansant Panchami is also known as Vasant Panchami or Shree Panchami and is celebrated to honor the Goddess of Knowledge Saraswati.

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