TL;DR Simple answer to your query is; "Housewarming" would be the most appropriate English translation of Griha Pravesh. You can write it as one word "Housewarming" or hyphenate it to "House-warming" although the former is more popular.
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We Indians tend to ape the west. "OMG! Seminal thought you were going to say?" Let me give you one more reason why, while you rein in your sarcasm. We have two perfectly fine words to describe a momentous occasion for most middle class Indians, Griha Pravesh or Griha Pravesham, the auspicious day when one enters a newly constructed/renovated dwelling.. The Sanskrit root is quite obvious, with the "am" at the end for all people south of the Vindhyas. No, that wasn't enough for us or we thought the literal translation "Entering House"/"House Entering" was too drab, so someone somewhere…
You've just heard of a new show and want to read what everyone is saying about it. What do you do? You head to Google and search for it. Way back in 2012 Google decided to supplement its regular results with the knowledge graph. The purpose was that "It provides structured and detailed information about the topic in addition to a list of links to other sites. The goal is that users would be able to use this information to resolve their query without having to navigate to other sites and assemble the information themselves." Ok got it! Give you as much information as possible without you ever leaving the Google page. Sounds fantastic! While most of the time the knowledge panels that appear on the right seem to collate accurate information about a topic, sometimes you do see major goof ups like the one seen in the above screenshot. Admittedly, "search party" is the kind of search (the irony!) phrase that would require a lot of siftin…
The email as a form of communication is more than 35 years old now and the way it is used to inform has evolved over the last few years or has it?
Have you received notifications from government agencies, HR departments, utility companies et al that clearly do not want to carry on a conversation. While most marketing organizations around the world are trying to "engage" the end consumer through all the social media channels, here is one place where we are categorically stating , do not! WE WILL NOT RESPOND!
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