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Happy Deepavali Wishes from ISPARK!

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Wishing you all a wonderful Deepavali! May the colours and light of the festival brighten your homes and hearts all the year through! 

On the occasion, here is a picture of the hand-crafted diyas from the wonderful children at Asia Centre for Developmental Disabilities (AWWA Project) Bangalore! Buy desi Divas!

posted Oct 28, 2016 by Sridhar Pai

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Ugadi (UgādiSamvatsarādiYugadi) is the New Year's Day for the Hindus of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Telangana in India. It is festively observed in these regions on the first day of the Hindu calendar month of Chaitra. This typically falls in March or April of the Gregorian calendar.

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The day is observed by drawing colorful patterns on floor called Rangoli (or Kolam) mango leaf decorations on doors called torans, buying and giving gifts such as new clothes, giving charity to the poor, special bath followed by oil treatment, preparing and sharing a special food called pachadi, and visiting Hindu temples.

The same day is observed as a New Year by Hindus in many other parts of India. For example, it is called Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra. Source: Wikipedia (with minor edits to suit reader preferences).

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Doodling can make you feel happy, say scientists, including one of Indian origin, who have found that art activities make brain feel rewarded, PTI reports from New York.

http://www.deccanheraldepaper.com/

"There are several implications of this study's findings. They indicate an inherent potential for evoking positive emotions through art-making - and doodling especially," said Girija Kaimal from Drexel University in the US.

Researchers measured blood flow of about 26 participants in the areas of the brain related to rewards while they completed three different art activities.

For three minutes each, the participants coloured in a mandala, doodled within or around a circle marked on a paper, and had a free-drawing session.

They found that during all three activities, there was a measured increase in blood flow in the brain's prefrontal cortex, compared to rest periods where blood flow decreased to normal rates.

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