You love your parents– mom, dad, step parents. We celebrate those special bonds on their perspective holidays. But there are other special familial relationships we cherish. Grandparents’ Day is September 8th–this Sunday. It’s time to really think about and even start creating your Grandparents’ Day video greeting cards.

Unlike traditional greeting cards, you can wait until the day before or day of to create and send your grandparents that special hello. So you can do it today, tomorrow, or Sunday. Plus, it doesn’t cost you anything. Using Inwiter is free.

Grandparents’ Day video greeting cards should be customized. You can do this several ways.

  1. You can upload a video–one from previous outings with your grandparents or with all the grandkids, or one that you made specifically for this Grandparents’ Day. 
  2. You can create a video via Inwiter and attach a special message. Inwiter has a tool that enables you to create a video message on the spot. It’s great for something quick.
  3. You can upload up to 5 images and create your video greeting. Images can be of special moments shared throughout the year, of the grandkids, etc.


You can also add music and backgrounds your Grandparents’ Day video greeting. It just makes it really special. You can create separate greetings for each grandparent or send them the same one. Either way, it’s special.

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Rosh Hashanah (“head of the year” in Hebrew) is the Jewish New Year. This day is said to be the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, the first man and woman, and their first actions toward the realization of the mankind’s role in god’s world. This day is the first of the High Holy Days or Yamim Nora’im (“Days of Awe”) usually occurs in the early autumn of the northern Hemisphere.


Rosh Hashanah is a two-day celebration, which begins on the first day of Tishrei. According to Hebrew Calendar, Tishrei is the first month of the civil year and the seventh month of the ecclesiastical year.

Continue reading Rosh Hashanah – Jewish New Year Eve

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La Tomatina is a food festival celebrated on the last Wednesday of every august in the town of Bunol near to Valencia in Spain, a town located 30 km from the Mediterranean. People from all corners of the world visit this city to fight in the “World’s Biggest Food Fight” where more than forty metric tons of over-ripe tomato’s are thrown into the streets.


It was started in 1940’s. There are many theories on how this festival is originated. Some say it began with a local food fight between two friends, a practical joke on a musician etc. One of the most popular theories is that this town people attacked city councilmen with tomatoes during a town celebration. No one is certain about it’s real cause. Anyways, whatever happened to start this tradition, people are enjoying this festival very much and repeatedly celebrating year on year. This is a week-long festival celebrated with music, parades, dances and fireworks. On the day before the fight, paella cooking contest is organized.


The rules were simple for this food fight:
1. Don’t bring hard objects as they may hurt other participants.
2. Don’t rip other people’s T-shirts.
3. Squash the tomatoes before throwing them.
4. Maintain safe distances from the trucks, and give a way to go forward.
5. Have to stop throwing tomatoes one you hear the second shot.

Every year there is a rise in the number of visitors coming to Bunol to take part in this festival. Last year it was reported to be 50,000. Due to the increase in no.of visitors every year, the excellence town hall of Bunol has decided and introduced a limit to the number of people who can participate in this festival and also added a €10 ticket tax.

So taking part in this is not so easy now. Have to be lucky to get tickets. Many have been to this festival earlier and bagged memories worth life time. Few might be planning this year. Extend the joy of celebrating La Tomatina festival with inwiter’s new features.

Video Greetings:

Share your memories at La Tomatina festival with your family & friends by creating a video greeting and sharing it on your facebook profile page.

Save the date card:

Send a save the date card to your family & friends inviting them to participate in this La Tomatina festival with you.

Thank you card:

Send a video thank you card showing your gratitude for inviting you to this festival.

” Tener un tiempo memorable en La Tomatina “
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Did you know that August 21st was Senior Citizens’ Day in the USA? It probably went unnoticed since it’s one of those unofficial holidays. Celebrating Seniors Citizens’ Day was the work of the late President Ronald Reagan. It was supposed to remind all of us to spend time with our elders.


We get caught up in our own lives that it’s easy to forget to call or check on our grandparents, elderly neighbors and family members. Continue reading Celebrating Seniors: Using Video Greetings for a Smile

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Raksha Bandhan means “The Bond of Protection” is a Hindu festival celebrated by Indians all over the world. On this day, sisters tie a silk thread called “Rakhi” on their brother’s wrist and pray to god for the well-being of their brothers and brothers make a promise to their sisters to protect them from all possible harms and troubles throughout their life.

This Rakhi has a historical importance. The Rajput queens (Rajput’s ruled India in 12th century) practiced this custom of sending Rakhi’s to the neighboring rulers as a token of brotherhood. This shows sister’s love & prayers for brother’s well-being, and brother’s taking lifelong vow to protect her. According to Hindu lunisolar calendar, this festival is celebrated on the full moon day (Shravan Poornima) of Shravan month. However, there is another belief said by one Islamic scholar who believes this Raksha Bandhan grew in popularity after Rani Karnavati, the widowed queen of chittor, sent a rakhi to the mughal emperor Humayan (in 15th Century) when she required his help.


In present scenario, this festival has a different perspective. The festival of Raksha Bandhan occupies all forms of Raksha or protection, and destroying all sins. This religious rite of tying Rakhi has become so important that brothers and sisters visit each others places bringing unity among the family, binding the family all together in emotional bond of love.

Send video greetings to your sisters with your blessings and personalized video messages saying how much she means to you in this whole wide world and the oath you took on this occasion to protect her throughout her entire life.

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It’s almost here! You know the last three day weekend before the holidays. It will be months and months before you get a free day off from work. It is our duty as hard working people to celebrate our long, hard, hours every first Monday of September.


The first Labor Day was celebrated in New York, NY in 1882. Since then, Americans have enjoyed long this long weekend. It’s holiday that celebrates everyone. Continue reading From Labor to Party–Labor Day

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A very special day is just around and Indians celebrate this day as a festival with flag Hoisting and National Anthem. India was under British rule for two Centuries. There was a big non-violence moment lead by Indian national congress all over the country against the British government in the 1940’s. Many freedom fighters sacrificed their lives.

After many lives lost, on August 15th, the British left India. Since then August 15th is celebrated as Independence Day. This led to the partition of India and Pakistan.

Since the partition, India saw tremendous growth in the economy, media, telecom, space technology, atomic energy, and software. Apart from these, India is now world’s 5th powerful country with world’s 3rd largest military power. The national flag of India occupies a prominent place in Indian homes. It has three equal horizontal bands each with its own importance.

On top is Saffron (Kesari), which stands for courage and sacrifice. The bottom panel is green, stands for prosperity, vibrance, and life. White band in middle stands for peace, truth and purity, and bearing at its center is the design of Ashoka Chakra in navy blue color with 24 equally spaced spokes.


“A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people”
       – Mahatma Gandhi.

Every year the celebration of Independence Day starts with the speech of Indian prime minister at Red Fort. The Independence Day Parade followed by various Indian forces and various religions describing their traditions and cultures through arts and sculptures. India is one of those countries having a combination of various cultures present in the world. Below is an info graphic chart about India.


On this auspicious occasion, send video greetings to everyone wishing Independence Day greetings with your own recorded voice and video and share it on to your social profiles within your network and tag them along.

Happy Independence Day!!


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Some of us have started seeing those big yellow boxes on the road that transport to school. Yes, it’s the time of year when many kids are headed back to school. Although they dread losing their free time, it’s still pretty exciting. Now is also the time to have a back to school party.


Yes, celebrate school. Take this time to make getting an education positive. Celebrate the previous year’s accomplishments and set new goals for the current academic year. Continue reading Back to School Goal Setting Party

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Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. The word Ramadan roots from Arabic literature “ramida” or “ar-ramad”, which means scorching heat or dryness. Muslims all over the world observe this as a month of fasting. Muslims believe in this month, god shows himself to humans as this is the month in which first verses of Qur’an were revealed to Prophet Mohammed.


In the month of Ramadan, practicing Muslims were instructed to pray 5 times a day and from dawn to dusk they should not eat or drink or smoke or have sexual activities. As the sun goes down, people will start eating again (breaking the fast). This meal is known as “Iftar”. In countries like Dubai, markets open after Iftar and stay open all the night. This usually continues for thirty days sometimes twenty nine days depending on the visual sightings of the crescent moon.

This annual observance is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam. Fasting is meant to teach patience and allowing them to think about how the poor and homeless suffer without enough food. In Arabic countries, It’s been said that fasting, praying, reading Qur’an and giving charity strengthens their faith, teaches them discipline, gratitude, and humbleness, and in short, makes them a better Muslim. According to Islam, the thawab (rewards) of fasting are many, and during the month of Ramadan it is believed to be multiplied.

Below is an info graphic chart on Ramadan festival.


At the end of the month, they celebrate Eid-Al-Fitr (In Arabic: عيد الفطر‎,”Festivity of breaking the fast”). On this special occasion, send video greetings to your loved ones, family members and friends wishing them Ramadan wishes and blessings of good health, peace, happiness, and prosperity.


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Every year, first Sunday of August is celebrated as International Friendship Day by most of the countries in the world. Friends from around the globe wish each other using present day technology.

Who is a friend? Where do we find them? In fact, We can’t choose our mother, father, brothers, and sisters; but we can choose our friends. Friends are god’s most precious gifts. We don’t need to look for one; we grow up with them around us. Remember when you were in kindergarten, a kid sat next to you crying for his mommy. This kid becomes your first best friend while playing with him all the day, forgetting about missing your mommy.

There is no such logic exists in this relationship. To explain in simple words, a friend is one with whom you can be you.


Every year you might have celebrated this friendship day by gifting cards, bands, planning a full day hang out with friends. So how are you planning to celebrate this year’s Friendship Day?

Don’t have any ideas? No problem, we have one. Grab all you’re captured moments with your friends into a video greetings, and you can also add a personal touch to your greeting by recording your own video saying how important your friends are in your life.

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