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Popular Festivals in India

Hemis Festival, Leh Ladakh
Hemis Festival, Leh Ladakh

July 11th and 12th, 2019

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The two-day Hemis festival, celebrated annually in the months of June or July, at Buddhist monastery of Hemis Jangchub Choling, near Leh Ladakh...

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Ganesh Chaturthi Festival, Rajasthan
Ganesh Chaturthi Festival, Rajasthan

September 2nd, 2019

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The holy festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with much enthusiasm and pomp in almost all parts of the country. Rajasthan in particular paints a blissful...

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Lord Ganesha Festival
Lord Ganesha Festival, Mumbai

September 2nd, 2019

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Lord Ganesh, who is revered by Hindus across India and around the world, is one of the distinguishable Hindu deities identified with his elephant head.

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Onam Festival
Onam, Kerala

September 11th, 2019

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The mythological origins of this beautiful festival lie in the fable that the gods plotted against King Mahabali, who was deeply loved by his subjects.

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Dasara Festival, Mysore
Dasara Festival, Mysore

October 8th, 2019

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Symbolizing the victory of good in the form of Lord Rama over the evil represented by the demon king Ravana, this festival is of a great religious and social significance...

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Durga Puja Festival
Durga Puja

October 4th to 8th, 2019

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Passionate exhibition of Hindu faith in worship of Goddess Durga, Colorful and boisterous processions to immerse the statues of Maa Durga in the sea.

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Diwali
Diwali - Festival of Lights

October 27th, 2019

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Diwali, as the most widely celebrated festival of the Hindus is called, is simply and yet so overwhelmingly a "festival of lights."

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Camel Fair in Pushkar
Camel Fair in Pushkar

November 1st, 2018 to February 28th, 2019

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Pushkar Fair is among one of the most popular and the biggest fairs in the country, which is certainly quite a unique one in the world’s directory of fairs.

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Shekhawati Festival
Rann Utsav Festival

November 1 - February 28, 2019

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Music, camel safaris, craftsmanship, jamboree parades, ethnic arts and crafts, bird watching, adventure sports, shopping, food, culture and much more.

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A Vibrant Sprinkle of Holi
A Vibrant Sprinkle of Holi

March 21st, 2019

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Being counted among the most popular festivals of the country, Holi is widely celebrated with an unmatchable alacrity in the different regions in a unique style and a special touch of their own.

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Mewar Festival, Udaipur
Mewar Festival, Udaipur

April 6th to 8th, 2019

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Mewar region is located in the royal city of Udaipur in the Rajasthan state and once, a Rajput kingdom, it certainly has the remaining touches of the noble grandeur. The city beams with life at the time of the famous Mewar...

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Kalachakra Festival
Kalachakra Festival, Amravathi, Andhra Pradesh

- 2019

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As opposed to thrill, adventure and adrenaline rushes, if you are someone whose idea of a vacation has got more to do with seeking spiritual solace, peace of mind...

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Indian Festivals

Numerous cultures have, over the centuries, made India a land of perpetual festivals. They will take you for a holy dip in one of its numerous rivers, or cover you with warm scented coloured water, swing you sky high, give you elephant or camel rides, and invite you to joyous day and night-long singing, dancing and feasting.

There are festivals in celebration of the wind, the rain, the fire, animal forms and other animate and inanimate objects. The sun is eclipsed and for millions of people it calls for a holy dip. The moon reaches its full glory and the event calls for a feast. The rain-laden clouds come, to remind you of Lord Indra. Since it does not rain, nor do crops ripen at the same time all over this land, you will find the same occasion celebrated at different places at different times.

Though India is often and justly described as a land of many religions and innumerable languages, it might well be described as a land of festivals as well. One conventional authority, the Encyclopedia Brittanica, rather unabashedly and with the customary cavalier attitude with which India can be treated, says of Hindu festivals that these arecombinations of religious ceremonies, semi-ritual spectacles, worship, prayer, lustrations, processions (to set something sacred in motion and to extend its power throughout a certain region), music, dances (which by their rhythm have a compelling force), magical acts - participants throw fertilizing water or, during the Holi festival, coloured powder at each other - eating, drinking, lovemaking, licentiousness, feeding the poor, and other activities of a religious or traditional character. No example is adduced of "lovemaking", but one might reasonably infer that the reference is to some tantric practices.