Category : India

From now until the end of April, multicultural Toronto will be celebrating Orthodox Easter, and the Sikh’s Khalsa Day Parade. Passover continues until April

I fell in love with storytelling around campfires at a cottage or summer camp many years ago. Last year’s Storytelling Festival brought back those

235. Holi (Gaura Purnima) in Toronto

On Wednesday March 7 or Thursday, March 8, Toronto Hindus will be celebrating the festival of Holi, Gaura Purnima. It is a religious festival.

226. Games and Prices, Kismet Wedding Show

  The fashion show at the Kismet Wedding Event last Sunday was a lot more fun than its rival, the Suhaag bridal show, the

225.  A Report on the Suhaag Wedding Show

I’m so glad someone told me about last Sunday’s Suhaag Wedding Show. It was worth the $8 entry fee. Suhaag is the biggest south

223. A Report on South Asian Wedding Shows

I went to the Dreams Wedding Show last Sunday. This South Asian event seemed smaller than the year before, and yikes!, the fashion show

222.    South Asian Bridal Show

Even if you don’t need to prepare for a wedding, I highly recommend a visit this coming Sunday to the South Indian and Multicultural

9. Diwali at Little India

  Should you go to Little India this weekend? I’ve been at festivals twice now at Gerrard and Coxwell and they can be fun.

8. Hindu Festival of Lights

Swaminarayan. Image © 2010 Ruth Lor Malloy. This weekend is Deepavali or Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights. This is one of the religion’s

3. The Lions’ Exotic Den

I lived for four years in India and loved it. I visited Sikh temples there and knew about Sikh hospitality.  My visits were usually