Fairs and Festivals of Rajasthan

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Pushkar Camel Fair Rajasthan
Rajasthan, a state in North West India, is primarily a desert region and yet full of grandeur, gaiety and a rich cultural heritage. Perhaps the largest Indian state by area, Rajasthan literally means ‘Land of  Kings’ or the ‘Kings Abode’. Home to some of the most magnificent palaces, majestic forts ...

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Ardh Kumbh Mela – 2019

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Ardh Kumbh Mela in 2019
A Kumbh Mela is a mammoth/ mass gathering of Hindu pilgrims who collectively take a dip/ have a bath in a holy or sacred river. Bathing in these rivers is believed to wash away the sins of devotees. Traditionally, four Kumbh Melas are held all over India; the Prayagraj Kumbh ...

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Losar Festival

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Losar-Festival
Losar is a Tibetan Buddhist festival, based on the Buddhist calendar and celebrated by people in Bhutan, Tibet and certain groups of people in Nepal and India. The word Losar is derived from the Tibetan words ‘lo’ which means ‘year’ and ‘sar’ which means ‘new’. This holiday is celebrated on ...

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Chhath Puja

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Chhath Puja
Chhath is an ancient Hindu festival, celebrated more specifically by the states of Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha and Uttar Pradesh, as well as the Madhesh region of Nepal. The festival is also observed in areas where migrants from those areas have a presence and so it is also prevalent in all ...

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Festival Of Onam

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The Festival Of Onam
Onam is a major, annual harvest festival, celebrated by the Malayalis with great enthusiasm and joy, in Kerala and all over the world. It is an ancient Hindu festival of the state which celebrates the harvest of rice. It is the New Year day for Malayali Hindus and the Malayalam ...

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Rituals Observed During Ramadan

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Rituals Observed During Ramadan
Ramadan is a festival, celebrated by millions of practising Muslims all across the world, during the ninth month of the Muslim Calendar. This period mostly coincides with the months of June or July as per the Gregorian calendar and is considered as Islam’s holiest month. This festival is also very ...

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Shimla Summer Festival

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Shimla Summer Festival 2018
Shimla during May and June, bursts into a riot of colours and freshness, ready to welcome summer. There’s plenty of cheer and gaiety all around at this marvelous hill station in Himachal Pradesh, as this is the period when everything in this hill city is lush green and colourful and ...

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Yercaud Summer Festival

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Yercaud Summer Festival
The month of May is one of the busiest and bustling times in Yercaud. The annual summer festival held at this hill town in Tamil Nadu is a much awaited and looked forward to event. The festival of Lord Servarayan, the presiding deity of the Shevaroy Hills is celebrated during ...

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Ooty Flower Festival

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Ooty Flower Festival
Summertime in Ooty (officially known as Ootacamund), the ‘queen of hill stations’, located in Southern India, is one of the best times to visit and rejoice in the beauty of the sights and sounds of these hills. The panoramic view of gardens, green hills, waterfalls, lakes, wildlife and an altogether ...

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Festival Of Easter

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Festival Of Easter
Easter is the most important and the oldest festival of the Christian Church. It celebrates the resurrection of Lord Jesus Christ and is held between the 21st of March and 25th of April, on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the period of Equinox. Easter and the ...

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