November 2023 Newsletter

November 2023 Newsletter


Simple Pleasures, Big Smiles!

Wishing you a happy and budget-friendly Festivities!

Don’t Miss Out: Dates to Remember

12th November Diwali

20th November Universal Children’s Day

24th November Thanksgiving Day

 27th November Nanak Jayanti

Celebrating Milestones

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2023 Charity Event

2023 Charity Event

In the heart of Patamda, Jharkhand, in the dislocated Hurumbil village of the East Singhbhum District, a heartwarming charity event took place on the 15th of October 2023.

Trending Topics Unveiled

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Festive Economy and Mr. Keynes

The local economy is stimulated by the extra spending that floats around during festivities. One can understand the process to some extent when families spend a lot of money buying gifts for one another. For that matter, festival bonuses can also do the trick, provided none of those suffer from expenditure switching impact.


Festivals lead to Artificial Inflation??!! Know it all!!!

The festivals are the celebrations of life. Especially in a country like India, people represent their cultures through these festivals. To break the monotony of life, these festivals have to be extravagant to make them different from the mundane. This article will analyze how and why things work, the way they do, when the festive mood is high!!!


sharing cherry tomatoes

Thanksgiving Day, an annual national holiday, is all about celebrating the harvest and other blessings of the past year. It is celebrated every year on the fourth Thursday of November. 

lighted candles candles and flowers for diwali

Diwali signifies the victory of good over evil and the celebration of Lord Ram’s return to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. Diwali is also celebrated on the rebirth of Goddess Lakshmi who was born in Samudra Manthan. 

men praying in gurdwara

Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Gurupurab marks the 554th birthday of the First Sikh Guru. It usually falls on a full moon day during October-November.

Navigating the festive season economically involves thoughtful budgeting, prioritizing essential expenses, and exploring creative, low-cost alternatives for celebrations.

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Article curated by Ms. Jyoti Agarwal, Research Associate.

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