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Hidden Treasures offers a Part- time Job to College and University Students. The job requires the individual to have good understanding of general concepts and excellent communication skills. The job involves being a product ambassador for the company spreading the word around to sell (Friends, college, locality etc.). Interested are required to send their resume along with a 200 word essay on the topic “Cultural – Eco Tourism” at hiddentreasuresmie@gmail.com. On selection the individuals will be attending a compulsory group discussion. Other details are as follows:

1) There are 10 openings and candidates will be selected on the basis of their qualification and the written essay.

2) The last date for receiving all the applications is 30th January 2013.

3) Selected profiles will be announced in the first week of February 2013.

4) Salary – 16.6% commission on the sale of each unit.

5) Desired interests: Travel, Birding, Wildlife, Photography and writing.

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Kolti Badi Diwali

Badi Diwali is the biggest festival of the year among the lively Jaunpuris and the celebrations go on for two days. All the Kolti dwellers are back home for the 11th and 12th of December to live a life that is rightfully theirs and to make merry with all the colours and flavors of hills that they identify themselves with. These two days of Badi Diwali are eagerly awaited by all Jaunpuris as the time for getting together and sharing happiness, raw and true, with those who share the same cultural roots and also those who are eager enough to venture out of their prejudices and comfortable homes to live with them this beautiful experience. Folk music and dance are major parts of this ambiance of rejoice and so are the traditionally prepared poori and sabzi. Diwali, being the festival of lights, is celebrated with Holdas made of wood and thread. Holdas are lighted up and swung in the air with cries of joy and then thrown away. It’s a delight to watch them rocketing away, burning with just natural yellow fire and minimal pollution.
The program ‘Kolti Badi Diwali’ is mainly about participating in this big cultural event of Jaunpur. But it also involves nature walks and birding trips. It is a unique cultural-eco travel experience for every free spirit eager to get a taste of other cultures and virgin nature.

Badi Diwali is the biggest festival of the year amongst the lively Jaunpuris and the celebrations go on for two days. All the Kolti dwellers are back home for the 11th and 12th of December to live a life that is rightfully theirs and to make merry with all the colours and flavors of hills that they identify themselves with. These two days of Badi Diwali are eagerly awaited by all Jaunpuris as the time for getting together and sharing happiness, raw and true, with those who share the same cultural roots and also those who are eager enough to venture out of their prejudices and comfortable homes to live with them this beautiful experience. Folk music and dance are major parts of this ambience of rejoice and so are the traditionally prepared poori and sabzi. Diwali, being the festival of lights, is celebrated with Holdas made of wood and thread. Holdas are lighted up and swung in the air with cries of joy and then thrown away. It’s a delight to watch them rocketing away, burning with just natural yellow fire and minimal pollution.The program ‘Kolti Badi Diwali’ is mainly about participating in this big cultural event of Jaunpur. But it also involves nature walks and birding trips. It is a unique cultural-eco travel experience for every free spirit eager to get a taste of other cultures and virgin nature.