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In a land of cultural and geographical diversities one gets to enjoy and experience wide varieties of cultures, fairs and festivals and India is the epitome of such experiences. A country where after every hundred kilometres you are embraced by a new cultural identity one gets to enjoy diverse backgrounds, beliefs and heritage. These fairs and festivals are part of the intrinsic cultural fabric of our society as well as a continuation of our heritage. It is in this spirit that we bring to you some of the vibrant, fascinating and most beautiful fairs and festivals of India that are organized and enthusiastically celebrated across the country. The fairs and festivals of this country are observed with mirth and gaiety like the Hemis festival of Ladakh, the Ch-ham dance is one of the attractive parts of this festival. Hemis Festival & Monasteries of Ladakh are very much talked about and famous festival in India. You will find something or the other worth celebrating going on in this country, round the year which provides respite from the drudgery of daily life. Celebrate Holi in Jaipur and absorb the pleasures of this festival, enjoy it to the core. The Hornbill festival Nagaland is celebrated every year with much pomp, and it is called the festival of festivals. While in India you cannot miss the famous Pushkar Fair - Forts and Palaces of Rajasthan also make it a point to take part in the beautiful Desert Festival Jaisalmer. Bihar is an integral part of India and the festivals are just as pageantry and colourful as the place itself. While in Bihar, get doused in the brilliance of Sonpur Festival Bihar The list of festivals and fairs in India are innumerable and their splendour is indeed spellbinding. The Festival tours in India are the perfect way to experience them all up close.

  • 1. Modhera Dance Festival, Gujarat
  • 2. Tarnetar Mela, Gujarat
  • 3. Konark Dance Festival, Orissa
  • 4. Jaisalmer Desert Festival, Rajasthan
  • 5. Goa Carnival, Goa
  • 6. Nehru Trophy Boat Race, Kerala
  • 7. Pushkar Mela, Rajasthan
  • 8. Hornbill Festival, Nagaland
  • 9. Poush Mela, Shanti Niketan
  • 10. Mamallapuram/ Mahabalipuram Dance Festival
  • 11. Kila Raipur Festival
  • 12. Puri Rath Yatra, Odisha
  • 13. Kumbha Mela
  • 14. Hemis Festival, Ladakh
  • 15. Sonpur Mela, Bihar
  • 16. Kala Godha Arts Festival
  • 17. Jaipur Literature Festival
  • 18. Elephant Festival, Jaipur
  • 19. Vintage Car Festival, Lucknow
  • 20. Sula Festival, Nasik
  • 21. Bikaner Camel Festival
  • 22. Float Festival, Madurai
  • 23. Pongal, Tamil Festival
  • 24. Makara Sankranti, Telugu Festival
  • 25. Diwali, Festival of Lights
  • 26. Holi, Festival of Colours
  • 27. Bonalu, Telangana Festival
  • 28. Ganesh Festival
  • 29. Batukamma Festival
  • 30. Krishna Janmashtami.