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In order to achieve communal harmony, it would help us a lot, for us to understand the joys and sorrows of our fellowmen, with whom we live everyday.   Ignorance breeds misunderstanding, and misunderstanding may build anger, and anger may lead to undesirable actions and unhappiness.    All because we had no time to understand others with whom we are bound to co-exist.

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1 Gudi Padwa W.J.Pais 3153
2 Holi - The Festival of Colors W.J.Pais 2987
3 Eid Al Milad ul Nabi W.J.Pais 2912
4 Maha Shivaratri W.J.Pais 2664
5 Makar Sankranti W.J.Pais 2718
6 Diwali W.J.Pais 2676
7 Dhanteras W.J.Pais 2743
8 Karva Chaut W.J.Pais 2343
9 Dussera, 6th October W.J.Pais 2782
10 Navarathri - 9 Nights Festival W.J.Pais 2894
11 Onam - Festival of Kerala W.J.Pais 3260
12 Ganesh Chaturti W.J.Pais 3487
13 Eid al Fitr - The first Eid W.J.Pais 7443
14 Jamnashtami - Krishna Jayanti W.J.Pais 3336
15 Raksha Bhandan W.J.Pais 3728
 

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