Good Friday is observed on the Friday that precedes Easter Sunday (also known as resurrection Sunday). Good Friday is also known as Holy Friday, Black Friday, Great Friday or Easter Friday.

The date of Good Friday varies from one year to the next on both the Georgian calendar, Eastern and Western. Good Friday is the widely instituted legal holiday across western country and 12 U.S. States. People, mostly Christians, celebrate this day by attending a Good Friday service or reading out the biblical accounts of Good Friday in memory of Jesus. However, a lot of European countries prohibit certain acts like dancing and horse racing seen as profaning the solemn nature of the day.

What happened on Good Friday?

After Judas betrayed Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane and received 30 pieces of silver, he told the guard that whomever he kisses is the one they are to arrest. Jesus was then arrested and taken to high priest’s house, where the high priest, the chief priest, the elders and scribes were waiting. They came together to put Jesus on trial but the trial turned out to be unfair because there was no evidence justifying Jesus’ death.

Since the religious leaders did not have the authority to put anyone to death under Roman law, Jesus was taken to the Roman governor, Pontius Pilate. They falsely accused Jesus of treason against the Roman empire for claiming to be the king of the Jews and for urging people not to pay the taxes.

Pilate tried to compromise with the religious leaders by having Jesus beaten, but this act did not satisfy them. So, Pilate handed Jesus over to crucified. Jesus was mocked as they dressed him in a purple robe and crown of thorns. The letters INRI were inscribed on the cross which translated to “Jesus of Nazareth King of the Jews”. Jesus, assisted by Simon of Cyrene was then forced to carry his cross to the place of death. It was at Golgotha where Jesus was crucified along with two other criminals.


Later in the day as described in the Bible, Joseph of Arimathea asked for Jesus’ body and was granted permission. Joseph took the body, wrapped it in a clean cloth and put it in a new tomb that had been carved in rock. He rolled a large stone in front of the tomb to seal it.


When we think about the cross on Good Friday, it’s only fitting that we are sobered by Christ’s sacrifice and by our sin. We do not approach this day as those who have no hope. Rather this is a day of profound joy!





1. Ye Old Bakery – The Claridges

Located at Aurangzeb road bakery offer plethora of delicacies with affordable price and comfortable surrounding it gives a complete package chocolate cake, corn pudding, freshly made custards and puddings are really tasty.Takeaways are also available.If you want to try something different you can try pretzels.

2. Maxims

A nice old baker that offers a host of options in pastries, cakes, and cookies etc. Situated in Kailash colony it is one of the oldest bakeries in South Delhi. Along with that, it makes a huge variety of pizzas and hot dogs. Their butter chicken hot dog and shakes are a must try for all.

3. Piano Man Bakery

Reachable at Safdarjung Enclave, this charming bakery offers a series of scrumptious cakes along with granolas. Along with booze cakes, they bake gluten free food too.

4. Defence Bakery

Baking from 1962 defense bakery is still a charm of defense colony they cater some of the finest bakery items in the city. Delicious chocolate chip and blueberry muffins. The whole menu is filled with mouth-watering delicacies at reasonable prices.

5. The Artful Baker

Best of the bakeries in Khan Market, their desserts are great and so are their savories.
Fresh cheesecakes with the tinge of blueberries taste coming in the mouth Makes awesome combination. Along with muffins they offer fresh variants of bread .you can have croissants too

6. Wenger’s

Posted since 1926 at Connaught Place This bakery is pioneer brand to introduce French bread, Swiss chocolates and margarine pastries to the Imperial capital. Named after the couple who started it, Stretches across a vast section of A-block in Connaught Place, now Rajiv Chowk. Varieties of pastries, sandwiches, and snacks are on the menu.


Shiva – the God of infinite vision, the conqueror of death and the great destroyer is believed to be the supreme lord of the holy trinity of Hinduism. The 13th/14th day of the dark half of the Phalguna (Feburary/March) marks the great night of Shiva which is celebrated as Mahashivratri. It is an overnight celebration of the devotees of Lord Shiva spent by chanting his mantras all night.
There are several versions of the origin of this festival. The one that is widely believed is that this day marks the marriage of Shiva and Parvati. While on one hand some believe that this is the day when Shiva saved the world from poison during the Samudramanthan (churning of the ocean), the others accredit it as the day when Lord Brahma was punished by Lord Shiva for lying. Indefinite of the reason, it can be seen that this festival is not only celebrated across India but also in Nepal and parts of West Indies.
Mahashivratri is one such festival whose celebration illuminates not only the day but night as well. The devotees organize a series of ‘jaagrans’ and spend the rest of their day performing abhishekam (sacred bath) of the shivlinga by offering milk, honey and curd to worship the three eyed god. In company with the ‘Om Namah Shivaya’ chants, the devotees also perform an all-day fasting.
Mahashivratri is considered as the most auspicious of the 12 Shivratris commemorated to proclaim the glory of the blue-throated god. Mahashivratri is not just a ceremony of honoring the divine power but of meditation, concentration and awareness of the universe.


The serene beauty of Delhi is enhanced by the heritage sites all around.
Red Fort built by Shahjahan, stands in all its glory, representing the grandeur of Mughal empire. Diwan-i-Aam and Diwan-i-Khas have been the topic astonished commendation since their construction.Pietra dura in Diwan-i-Aam was even stolen from the fort and then reestablished afterwards.

Humayun’s Tomb, built in 1570, is of particular cultural significance as it was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent. It inspired several major architectural innovations, culminating in the construction of the Taj Mahal. Humayun died in 1556, and his widow Hamida Banu Begam, also known as Haji Begam, commenced the construction of his tomb in 1569, fourteen years after his death. It is the first distinct example of proper Mughal style, which was inspired by Persian architecture.

Agrasen ki Baoli which attracted attention after PK movie is one of the oldest monuments in Central Delhi. It was built by Maharaja Agrasen who is considered to be a contemporary of the hindu god, Lord Krishna.

The soaring Qutab Minar is a 73 m-high tower, built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak after his victory over Delhi’s last Hindu kingdom. The tower is one of the finest monuments in India. During the preliminary construction only the basement could be completed,rest of the storeys were added later on. The mosque in Qutab complex is decorated with shafts, most of which are from Hindu Temples which were plundered to construct the mosque. The Iron pillar, a curious antique, is situated nearby.

The Kashmere Gate, built by Shah Jahan was so named because it used to start a road which led upto Kashmir. It was the site of bloodshed during the mutiny of 1857. The rebel sepoys captured the gate and were overthrown by British through heavy bombardment on the gate and walls, on 14 september,1857.

Constructed using red sandstone, Mughal bricks and Jhajjar stone, the Sheesh Mahal is a beautiful architectural wonder used as a resting place by Mughals on tour of their Northern Empire.
Wading through all these heritage sites and many more,one senses a strong sentiment of nostalgia, the richness of Indian Culture that is still concealed and waitin



Haryana had been the cradle of Indian civilization since the dawn of time. The Indus valley
civilization flourished in the areas of Punjab,Haryana and Sindh.This land,blessed with agricultural
bounty had been the first place where the Aryans settled,bringing along with them a new chapter in
the history of India.Moreover,Haryana had been a mute audience to the mystic unfoldings of events
during the time of the pandavas and Krishna. Hastinapur saw God himself stepping in between
Draupadi and Dushasan to save the honour of a helpless woman.Most importantly,it was here in
Kurukshetra that the Gita came to the from the holy mouth of Shri Krishna which has become a
symbol of Indian philosphy and culture.All these prove that there could be no better place than
Haryana to showcase India’s tradition,culture and crafftsmsnship.And if someone is visiting Haryana
to explore and experience these things,the Surajkund trade fair is a must visit.

Organized every year in Faridabad, Haryana,it covers an area of about 40 acres and about a
thousand work huts. It was started in 1987,with an aim to showcase the traditions and crafts of the
different states of India.Firstly operating on a relatively smaller stae,it garnered an international importance in 2013 when it started collaborating with different countries every year.By 2015,the
crafts mela garnered international attention with the fair gathering about a million footfall each
seoson. The proposed dates for the Surajkund trade fair this year is 2 nd to 18 th February. The theme
state has not been decided till now but whichever state is selected will get a special preference and
the whole fair will decorated in the traditional style of that state. It comes as a boon for small and
economically deprived states who get to showcase their crafts and in turn promote their
tourism.The tickets this year is INR 80/- on weekdays and INR 120/- on weekends.50% discount is
available to war widows, senior citizens, differently abled people and school and college students.According to me, the Surajkund trade fair is a must visit for people who want to experience
the beauty of the country.
This year,the fair is going to be an extravaganza because almost 22 countries will be exhibiting
their crafts and traditional works.Other than this,there will be stalls from different states of the
country as well,so it will be a shop till you drop affair.The Surajkund trade fair is a shopaholic’s
paradise.You have carpets and curtains from Eygpt,tea from Sri lanka,jade figurines from China and
handmade wall clocks all the way from the German-Swiss border.There is muga silk from Assam,
Kantha work from Bengal and oxidized jewellery from Orrisa and Himachal Pradesh.The sandalwood
and the rosewood carvings from South India are a must buy and should definitely be bought.The
Pashmina from Kashmir and Bandhej from Gujarat are beautiful.So are the wooden toys and brass
idols,which are a speciality of Varanasi and Moradabad respectively.The beauty of Kanjiwaram from
Chennai and Chikankari from Lucknow cannot be ignored and draws the customer to itself,s if a
splendid and sensual aroma engulfs the visitor.
Traitional paintings also find a mention in the the Surajkund fair.There are beautiful madhubani
paintings from Bihar and the Pattachitra paintings from Orrisa.The warli paintings from the tribal
areas of Maharashtra are one of the oldest surviving forms of paintings and are much sought
after.The Tanjore paintings from South India and the Kalighat style of art from Kolkata are a feast for
the eyes.Then there are Pahari mimiature paintngs from Kangra and Tibetan paintings coming all the
way from Ladakh and Lhasa. The paintings of Rajasthan are a beauty to behold and should definitely
bought.The Eygptian papyrus paintings are too beautiful to be described in words.
This fair is the Mecca for food lovers.The fair offers a sumptuous variety of ational and
international cuisines.There are croissants and chole -bhature, doughnuts and dahi bhalle ,jalebis
and gulab jamuns.There is so much to eat and relish that you need at least two days to relish
everything that the mela has to offer.
Other than these the mela also offers a cultural fest and an open amphitheatre where artists from
differentstates showcase their culture through folk dances and ‘naatak-nautanki’. An open
amphitheatre offers the audience a cultural treat from 10:0 in the morning to 8:30 in the
evening.There are helicopter rides that one can take to see the ariel view of Surajkund or indulge in
your childhood at the amusement centre of the fair.Or one can just stand and admire the enormity
of the fair.
All in all, the Surajkund trade fair is a treat for the senses.You can shop,eat,enjoy and admire, all
in a single place.It a beauty to behold, a fair par excellence.And most importantly,it is not only the
shops and their articles,but the visitors,the enjoyment anfd the very nature of this fair which the
Surajkund fair one of the most successful fairs in India and around the the world.

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‘Camels, Colours and Culture’-Pushkar Mela

       A five- day journey of fervor, festivity and frolic, the Pushkar Mela reflects the vibrancy and diversity of Rajasthan. Originally intended to increase cattle and livestock trade between the locals, today the Pushkar Mela plays a host to millions of tourists from across the globe. People come all the way to witness its ecstatic beauty, complimented by the cultural richness of its events. As the days approach the winter season, zeal and enthusiasm for the Pushkar Mela kicks in. With a plethora of attractions for one explore the cultural heritage of the city. Giving you the giving experience of a lifetime, the Pushkar Mela is not to be missed, as it holds a special something for everyone-

For the Beautiful Ladies

Housing souvenirs and handicrafts from Rajasthan, the Pushkar Mela is a shopaholic’s paradise. Right from traditional jewelry and mirrored Rajasthani dresses to the handcrafts bags and accessories, everything will steal your heart away.

Rajasthani oxidized jewellery







For the Travel Explorers-

Those who enjoy the scenic beauty will get an instant high witnessing the sprawling colours and festivities that paint the Pushkar Mela. Being one of the biggest cattle fairs, it is on the bucket list of almost all travel explorers, adding vibrancy to their trip. Camping on the colourful desert is a cherry on top of the cake.

       Decked up Camels ready to perform with their                 Maters

For the Food Lovers

                    Famous Dal bati churma, Lal Maas, Milk Cake

Rajasthani cuisine is to die for. The aroma of the preparations complimented by the flavor of the spices will leave you salivating until you taste their sumptuous dishes. The authentic Rajasthani seasonings and the spicy dash to their meals will leave you craving for more.

For the Art Appreciators

In addition to food and shopping, the entertainment at the Pushkar Mela will win your heart. The Folk Dances, the desert music, the traditional acrobatic performances are a treat to watch. The cultural richness that reflects in each performance will force you to delve deeper into this vibrant culture.

      Kalbelia Dancers showing their moves

For the Fun Enthusiasts-

Besides local performing arts, the Pushkar Mela also showcases and conducts a series of bizarre competitions like the Matka Phod, the biggest Moustache, turban tying, and the like. These events are exclusive to the Rajasthani heritage and only at the Pushkar Mela can you experience them with zest.

               Bizzare competitions

For the Camel Rides-

It goes without saying that a Camel Fair will have a plenty of Camel rides across the desert to increase the fun and frolic of the Mela. A unique experience to savor forever, a camel ride at the Pushkar Mela will be the highlight of your trip.

                          Camel Rides

Besides what is mentioned above, the Pushkar Mela is also the prime site to witness the beauty of large hot air balloons and take a dip in the Holy Pushkar Lake to fight away the negative vibes. In a nutshell, the Pushkar Mela is a full package of fun, enjoyment, festivity adding to ones cultural and religious enrichment.

Come join Walkathon Tours this October and Enjoy Pushkar Mela with us .

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