India is a secular country and celebrates an array of festivals belong to one or the other religion. No land on the earth celebrates life like India and people of India. Every fair and festival makes the cultural heritage richer and more colorful. Visit India and drench yourself in the festivals that celebrate life in all respects. Some festivals welcome seasons, rain, harvest, climatic conditions, full moon then the other celebrates the birthdays of deities, saints, gurus or Kings. Most of these festivals are common but are renowned with different names in various parts of India where different rituals are performed in different fashion.
Most of the festivals illustrated in India are centered on communal harmony among the people, spreading the message of peace, joy and prosperity, wearing new clothes, dance, music, dishes, decoration of houses, fun and exchanging goodwill and vigor. For Instance Navaratri is celebrated with maximum fervor in Gujarat and Delhi then Durga Puja is celebrated with much devotion in West Bengal. If Holi is celebrated with much gusto and fun in North, east and west India then south India is completely unaware of this festival. Some regional festivals have there own fragrance and are unknown to the other regions. Few regional festivals like Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Onam in Kerala, Lohri in Punjab, are harvesting festivals but are celebrated with different names and rituals in different states. There are some festivals which are celebrated to attract the visitors to that region. Some festivals of International stature are International Mango Festival in Delhi, International Flower Festival in Sikkim and International Seafood Festival in Goa are few of them.
Few festivals of India are dedicated to the Deity and are the most revered in those particular areas. Like Rath Yatra is the most renowned festival of Orissa then Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with same enthusiasm and devotion in Maharashtra. There are lots of fairs held in India depicting its cultural heritage and people from far off places visit to these fairs to be a part of them. Some very famous traditional fairs of India include Pushkar Fair, Nagaur Cattle fair, Taj Mahotsav, Khatu Shyamji Fair etc.
Plan a trip to any corner of India and get amazed by its rich cultural heritage and diversity that makes it unique among all the places in the world. For more details and cheap and best tour bookings during these fair and festivals please call us or just fill the form given ember schedule of all the festivals.
Unique fair & Festivals of India
|Baneshwar Festival||Chandrabhaga Fair||Khajuraho dance Festival|
|Modhera Dance Festival||Nagaur Cattle Festival||Taj Mahotasav|
|Goa Carnival||Champakulam Boat Race||Mamallapuram Dance Festival|
|International Flower Festival Tomb||International Mango Festival||Kenduli Fair|
|Pangsau Pass Festival||Bihu||Desert festival Jaiselmer|