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Fairs and Festivals in India

Welcome to the magical land of rich heritages, colourful mixed cultures, warm peoples, diverse landscapes and delicious delicacies. Being a country with diverse religion and culture, India witnesses a huge variety in Fairs and Festivals. Fairs and Festivals of India attract people from all over the world. So if you want to engulf the colourful and joyous Fairs and Festival in India, book your tickets now and come with us to this charismatic country.

If you visit India you will notice that every corner of India has its own fairs and festivals in India. They celebrate it in all different and unique ways. With our tour to Fairs and Festivals in India you can have a look at the real India. Sing the local folklore, wear the traditional dress, dance to the local tune, and taste the local delicacies, with this tour you can get the different tastes of India.

A tour to Fairs and Festivals in India will show you that the flow of fairs and festivals in India starts at the beginning of the year and goes all the way till the year ends. Most of the fairs and festivals in India are celebrated due to some Nobel cause or victory. Other factors on which they are based on are rituals, traditions, legends, monsoon, history, and few more. Few interesting Fairs that will grab your attention are the religious fair, historical fair, long life marriage based festivals, animal worship fair, cattle fairs, monsoon fair, changing season fair, etc. fairs and Festivals in India will let you allure the high sprit, vivacity, colour, dedications, ebullience, peace, power, humanity messages, appetizing food, sports activities, artistic performance, prayers and rituals. A tour to Fairs and Festivals in India is the most interesting, knowledgeable and awe inspiring trip that you can indulge yourself with.

Few Fairs and Festivals in India Are:

Holi, Desert Festival, Muharram, etc, during January and February.

Carnival in Goa, Ellora Festival of Classical Dance and Music in Maharashtran, Khajuraho Dance Festival in Madhya Pradesh, etc. during March.

Rath Yatra in Puri, Hemis Tsechu in Ladakh, etc, during June to July.

Nehru Cup Snake Boat Races in Alleppey, Independence Day, countrywide, Ganesh Chhaturthi, etc. during August to September.

Kullu Dussehra, Diwali, Pushkar Mela, etc during October and November.

Christmas, New Year during December and January.

These are just few of the wide range of Fairs and Festivals in India that are sure to mesmerize you with their charismatic grace. To know more go through the details given below.

The people of North India celebrates numerous fairs & festivals through out the year. Starting from January to February, each day is dedicate to some Gods or Goddesses. The Deepawali, Holi and Navaratri are the most popular festivals which are celebrated with much pomp and show and by a large number of people. Sweets, fair, new dresses, home decoration, meeting family and friends are the common things to see in all the festivals here.
The fair which are most popular are Kumbha Mela (celebrated after every 12 years), Taj Mahotsav, Khajuraho Dance Festival, Surajkunda Crafts Mela (Fair), Pushkar Camel Fair, and much more.
Fairs and Festivals in North India

South India is home to numerous highly venerated temples, which showcases some most spellbinding architecture of all times. These temples are the venue of numerous fairs & festivals. Some of the festivals which are celebrated with much fun & fair in South India are Deepawali, Dussehra, Onam, Pongal, boat race (a major event in Kerala backwaters), etc. Christmas is also celebrated at some parts of South India.
Other festivals which are celebrated here are Deepawali, Holi, Dussehra, Id, etc.
Fairs and Festivals in South India

As in other parts of India, the western part of India too has numerous fairs & festivals, which will keep you occupied through out your trip. Ganesh Chatturthi is one most major festival of the Maharashtrians. Ganesh is worshipped equally at others parts of the country, but the Festival of Ganesh Chaturthi in Maharashtra is worth seeing. If you prefer to be in Goa, then don't miss the Goa Carnival or the Christmas, both will compel you to tap your feet at every bit of the drum.
Other festivals which are celebrated here are Deepawali, Holi, Dussehra, Id, etc.
Fairs and Festivals in West India

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