Did you Know? "Auld Lang Syne" was never meant to be a holiday song.
According to ABC News, most experts believe Robert Burns wrote the song "Auld Lang Syne" in the 1700s. Guy Lombardo popularised the song by using it as a segue between radio shows at midnight in 1929, though the midnight timing was not on purpose.
The novel Gadsby, published in 1939, is the longest book ever published that does not include the letter 'e.'
Mangoes in South India were referred to as aam-kaay in Tamil, which became maam-kaay as a result of the numerous regional dialects there.
ONCE THE CHHTH PUJA BEGINS, THE FAMILY IS COMMITTED TO PERFORMING YEARLY AND PASSING ON TO THE NEXT GENERATION.