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HOLI 2020! Host The Most Amazing And Fun Holi Party At Home

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If you are hosting a Holi party at home, first make your walls stain-proof and then decorate the open area with flowers and colourful dupattas, suggest experts.

David Teng, General Manager at Decorative Paints, South Asia Cluster, AkzoNobel India; Pramitha Maria Roche, Assistant Design Manager at HomeLane.com; and Vibhor Jain, Director at ArgentOr Silver, have given a few inputs:

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* It is advisable to remove all the stains from the walls by using a damp cloth.

If this does not work, then simply roll over the dirty spots on the exterior walls with the same paint colour.

To reduce the noticeability of the brush strokes on the wall, try to move the brush in multiple directions, working from the centre outward in each direction.

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* Since removing colours and stains from wooden furniture is a tedious task, cover all your home furniture with old bedsheets and curtains to protect the beauty of your furniture.

The main gate of the home is also susceptible to colour stains with the arrival of guests to play Holi. The oil coating will keep it stain-free and you can wipe off the doorknob with water and soft cloth.

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* For decorating your home for the Holi party you plan on hosting, use colourful dupattas to braid and hang them in order to make your threshold look bright and welcoming.

* Pick up beautiful floor patterns (rangoli) which are made using bead works and paper from the market for that instant splash of colour.

* Decorate your abode with flowers which will liven up the ambience.

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* If you are passionate about drinks and love to experiment with it, then creating a home bar should be on your to-do list. Silverware bar accessories will help you to create a space that’s original, functional and striking enough that will highlight the centrepiece of your home.

* Just as the vases are the centrepiece of the living room, so is the dining table of the dining room.

* A candle holder can be placed as a centrepiece on a beautiful table runner.

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Today free entry of women in Taj mahal including all monuments on International Women Day

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On the occasion of International Women’s Day, which is observed every year on 8 March to salute the struggle of women, the Central Government has announced a big gift to women across the country. On 8 March, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has decided to allow free entry to women visiting protected monuments across the country. The order has been issued by the Joint Director General (AS) of ASI, M Nambirajan.

As per this order, Indian and foreign women tourists will be given free entry to all the protected monuments and archaeological sites on International Women’s Day. There are 3,691 monuments protected by the central government under the ASI. There will be free entry for women in monuments like Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, Sun Temple, Ellora Caves, Khajuraho, and Ajanta Caves on Monday.

The main purpose of International Women’s Day is to make people aware of the honor and rights of women. Women are also honored on this day in offices, schools, government institutions, etc. So that they can make this day feel special. Many programs are also organized at various places across the country.

International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on 8 March to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. On this day, many topics are emphasized to improve the lives of women around the world and increase awareness among them.

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