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  • Teej Festival Rajasthan

    Teej Festival Rajasthan

    Festivals are the soul and play significant role in the life for the people of Rajasthan. Every season has series of fairs and festivals except the summer months when the scorching sun burns the earth. And the most important festival to announce the presence of the monsoons is the Teej festival reflecting the thrill of the rainy season. The arrival of the monsoons is a time for celebration. The parched land, scorched by the blazing summer [...]

    Read More 1-11-2018
  • The Kutch Rann Utsav 2018 2019

    The Kutch Rann Utsav 2018 2019

    Between the months of November and February is when Kutch gets its maximum tourist footfall, thanks to Gujarat Tourism’s efforts to promote the Rann Utsav. The three months long Kutch festival coincides with the formation of the Great White Rann, a white salt marsh which forms during the winter months. Thousands of domestic and international tourists visit here to witness the Rann of Kutch festival and to see Kutch attractions or sightseeing [...]

    Read More 17-4-2018
  • Sonpur Mela Festival Tour

    Sonpur Mela Festival Tour

    Sonepur comes under the Saran district which is located in the northern part of Indian state Bihar. The Sonepur Mela is one of the popular fair of Bihar. According to Hindu calendar month, It is organized every year in the month of Kartik (October-November) by the govt. of Bihar. The Sonepur mela is held on the bank of River Ganga. This place is situated at a distance of approx. 25 km from the capital city Patna. This fair is also known as Harihar [...]

    Read More 12-2-2018
  • Hampi Festival Tour India

    Hampi Festival Tour India

    This is the largest festival at Hampi and also known as Vijaya Utsav or Hampi Utsav. Generally, it is scheduled for 3 days during the first week of November. The celebrations typically packed with shows of music, dance puppet shows, fireworks and a pomp procession as the grand finale showcasing the cultural richness of the place. The admission in this festival is free and sponsored by the state. Hampi is a UNESCO approved world heritage site and [...]

    Read More 1-2-2018
  • Pushkar Camel Fair 2018

    Pushkar Camel Fair 2018

    Showcasing the lively culture of Rajasthan through flashing events and amazing activities, the century old Pushkar Mela is absolutely one of the most famous and largest camel fairs of the world. It holds five days celebrations and generally starts at the end of October or starting of November. During fair time the atmosphere of this small town becomes active. The fair witness the biggest gathering of Rajasthani people and tourist from all over world. [...]

    Read More 23-1-2018
  • Bhoramdeo Mahotsav or Festival

    Bhoramdeo Mahotsav or Festival

    Bhoramdeo is dedicated to the tribal god Bhoram (a form of Shiva). This temple is also known as the “Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh” due to its erotic sculptures. This temple was built during the reign of the Nagavanshi king Gopal Dev and dates back to the 7th-11th century A.D. It lies at the foothills of the Maikal hill range. There is a large lotus covered pond opposite the temple, where boating can be done. The Bhoramdeo Mahotsav [...]

    Read More 24-8-2017
  • Mamallapuram Dance Festival

    Mamallapuram Dance Festival

    In addition to the temples that illustrate the architectural elegance of the ancient India, Mahabalipuram, a small town in Tamil Nadu, is also renowned for its vivacious Mahabalipuram dance festival. This annual festival which takes place in the months of January and February features the popular Indian classical dances including Odissi, Mohiniattam, Kathakali, Kuchipudi and Bharatnatyam. In addition to the classical dances, the festival [...]

    Read More 16-8-2016
  • Kala Ghoda Festival

    Kala Ghoda Festival

    The Kala Ghoda festival encompasses visual arts, cinema, theatre, dance, lectures, literature, workshops, seminars and dance. There is also a culinary area where you get to catch glimpses of the dazzling presentation of cuisines along with demonstrations carried out by esteemed experts and chefs. You also see a Literature area that involves poetry sessions, book launches and workshops etc. Panel discussions are also conducted with renowned [...]

    Read More 30-7-2016
  • Yoga Festival in Rishikesh

    Yoga Festival in Rishikesh

    Loosen up your body, de-stress your mind and soothe your soul. Take a sabbatical from your monotonous routine and partake in the International Yoga Festival in India. This festival takes place at Rishikesh city which is also considered as the Gateway to the Himalayas. The city of Rishikesh is regarded as one of the most sanctified places for Hindus in India also because of the fact that it is also the birth place of Yoga. This festival collectively [...]

    Read More 17-4-2016
  • Rath Yatra Jagannath Puri

    Rath Yatra Jagannath Puri

    Every year in the month of July the sacred city of Puri , Odisha becomes energetic to celebrate the Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath. Amidst the resounding blows of cymbals, the chaotic sound of drums, the three gods, Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra leave their abode, the Jagannath temple, to journey to the Gundicha mandir. Millions of devotees visit to the city to witness the musical ride in the elaborate chariot through the streets [...]

    Read More 4-10-2018
  • Gangaur Festival Tour Packages in Rajasthan India

    Gangaur Festival Tour Packages in Rajasthan India

    Gangaur Festival tour can be combined with Golden Triangle tour of India. Be witness of Hindu customs and traditions, colorful procession including decorated elephants, bullock carts, chariots and many more exciting things. This procession begins from the Jaipur City Palace and ends at Talkatora. Rajasthan is famous among the tourists is not only for its forts and palaces but also for many fairs and festivals. Gangaur festival of Jaipur [...]

    Read More 27-3-2018
  • Paro Tshechu Festival Tour

    Paro Tshechu Festival Tour

    Paro Tshechu festival is the most famous religious mask dance festival of Bhutan. It is celebrated in the honor of Guru Padmasambava. It is an annual affair and people of Bhutan celebrating this festival till date since 17th century when Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal and Ponpo Rigzin Nyingpo started it together in the year 1644. It begins on the 10th day of second Bhutanese lunar month every year. Celebration goes on for 4-5 days. Experience [...]

    Read More 7-2-2018
  • Fair and Festivals of Rajasthan

    Fair and Festivals of Rajasthan

    When we talk about Fairs and festivals of Rajasthan a picture of vibrant colors, Rajasthani attires, performance of folk songs and dances comes into the mind. There are various fairs and festivals are celebrated in Rajasthan. All these fairs and festivals feature the culture, traditions and legacy of Rajasthan. The atmosphere becomes alive with song and dance during the festival time. Some of the festivals are religious and traditional and others [...]

    Read More 30-1-2018
  • Hemis Festival Tour Ladakh

    Hemis Festival Tour Ladakh

    This is the time when the summer knocks at the door of Ladakh and the wait of Ladakhi people gets over to celebrate their largest festival Hemis. It is celebrated in the courtyard of Hemis Monastery, it holds a two day celebration in honor of their Guru. People of Ladakh believe that he was a reincarnation of lord Buddha. He fought with demons for the people of Ladakh and showed them path of spirituality. Many International and National Tourist [...]

    Read More 22-1-2018
  • Holi celebration in Barsana are riotous and fun filled

    Holi celebration in Barsana are riotous and fun filled

    The Krishna story is never complete without a visit to Barsana, roughly 40 km from Vrindavan. The 17-km stretch, which takes off from the Delhi-Agra main road. On the way you can see peacocks, herons and cranes roaming freely in the green fields and the sun setting behind the keekar trees. Barsana is known for the Radha Rani temple which is set atop a hill, and you have to walk 200 steps to pay obeis ance to the deity. If you want to avoid [...]

    Read More 23-8-2017
  • Tarnetar Festival Gujarat

    Tarnetar Festival Gujarat

    Free spirited folk dances are going to enamor you for lifelong. If you are visiting this place as a tourist or as an enthusiast traveler then this fair is going to leverage you with an experience like never before. It is the place where you are going to find everything from expressions, colored dress, sparkling ornaments and amazing food. Photographers are going to rename this festival as the mecca of photography and food lovers are going to redefine [...]

    Read More 12-8-2016
  • The vivacity of Ladakh Hemis festival

    The vivacity of Ladakh Hemis festival

    The festival sees a congregation of lamas who come together to perform dances and plays in elaborately adorned masks and rich brocade attire. Amidst the reverberating sound of drums and cacophony of long horns and cymbals the lamas performances revolve around the battle between the good and the evil. The Hemis monastery borrows its fame from this festival which is all about showcasing rich Indian tradition with pomp and show. It is by far [...]

    Read More 28-7-2016
  • cattle fairs of rajasthan

    cattle fairs of rajasthan

    Cattle are one of the most essential components of Indian Agriculture, for here not only is its wide utility grandly appreciated but the appreciation extends to the worship of the cows. Indian cattle fairs have ancient history associated with them, with some of the fairs like the Sonepur Cattle Fair dating back to the Mauryan era. The cattle fairs originated as grounds where kings would purchase cows, horses and even elephants for the royal infantry. [...]

    Read More 15-3-2016
  • Pongal Festival Tamilnadu

    Pongal Festival Tamilnadu

    When the harvest is over, the people of Tamil Nadu offer a joyous thanks to the gods, the earth and their cattle. For four days they celebrate and worship with devotion. Pongal Kolam is a festival so uniquely Tamil that it has been designated the ‘State Festival’. It is a harvest festival that encompasses all of Tamil Nadu in its joyous embrace. It is a time when all the people of different community offer thanks to the gods, [...]

    Read More 17-9-2018
  • Hornbill Festival Tour Nagaland

    Hornbill Festival Tour Nagaland

    The Hornbill Festival is one of the most famous festivals of Nagaland. This festival comes in the month of December and celebration goes on for 10 days. In the year 2017 more than 2 lakh visitors were there at the venue to witness this festival. Hornbill, festival is named after the most adorable bird species in the state. More than 70% of population of Nagaland is depends on the agriculture hence most of festivals of Nagaland revolves around [...]

    Read More 26-3-2018
  • Thrissur Pooram Festival Kerala

    Thrissur Pooram Festival Kerala

    Thrissur Pooram Festival is a Hindu temple festival in the south Indian state Kerala. It is held in Thrissur at Vadakkunnathan Temple every year In the month of April. Vadakkunathan temple is situated on a hillock in the center of city and becomes the attraction of thousands of devotees and tourists during the festival time. Sakthan Thampuran, the Maharaja of the erstwhile Cochin State started this festival in the late 18th century. Pooram festival [...]

    Read More 5-2-2018
  • Sonepur Mela Festival Tour

    Sonepur Mela Festival Tour

    Sonepur comes under the Saran district which is located in the northern part of Indian state Bihar. The Sonepur Mela is one of the popular fair of Bihar. According to Hindu calendar month, It is organized every year in the month of Kartik (October-November) by the govt. of Bihar. The Sonepur mela is held on the bank of River Ganga. This place is situated at a distance of approx. 25 km from the capital city Patna. This fair is also known as Harihar [...]

    Read More 25-1-2018
  • Holi a Festival of Colors

    Holi a Festival of Colors

    The Holi festival marks the win of good over evil, It is known as also known as "Festival of Colors" because Lord Krishna (a reincarnation of god Vishnu), who liked to play tricks with the village girls by wetting them in water and colors. It comes in the month of March at the end of winter season. The festival reminds the end of winter and the wealth of the upcoming harvest and spring season. Why is Holi celebrated? There [...]

    Read More 22-1-2018
  • Get immersed in the colours of India

    Get immersed in the colours of India

    Eulogized by world famous photographers and more recently, a video for Cold Play (the International band), the Hindu festival of Holi marks the beginning of spring. It is a time to bid adieu to the misty winters and make way for the cheery spring. Celebrated mostly in parts of North India, it emulates the mischievous love between Lord Krishna and his consort, Radha, corroborating the good-natured raucousness about the festival. Other legends surround [...]

    Read More 18-10-2016
  • Jaipur Literature Festival

    Jaipur Literature Festival

    From what started with humble beginnings, The Jaipur Literature Festival is today considered as the biggest gratuitous literary festival in the world. In 2012, the festival was attended by more than 10,000 folks who attended a myriad of sessions over the course of five days. It assembles the greatest writers and thinkers from all across the globe. From debut authors to Man Booker prize achievers, local language authors to Nobel winners, every year [...]

    Read More 10-8-2016
  • Tourism in Jodhpur

    Tourism in Jodhpur

    The Mehrangarh Fort is a bewitching attraction of Jodhpur. This baronial structure was constructed by Rao Jodha in 1459 atop a hill. In order to reach the fort, you will need to pass through seven gates. The journey to the fort itself willtake you on a vicarious tour of the battles that took place in the ancient times. Each gate to the fort has its own tale and significance. The fort consists of several galleries, apartments, temples and [...]

    Read More 24-7-2016
  • Hornbill Festival Nagaland

    Hornbill Festival Nagaland

    The well-known Hornbill Festival is one of the biggest celebrations of the native warrior folks of Nagaland. The festival is named after the bird Hornbill which is ardently admired by the Nagas and it reflects in tribal dances, music and folklore. The festival takes place every year from the 1st through the 7th of December. Since 2013, it has been stretched out for a couple of additional days due to which it culminates on the 10th of December. [...]

    Read More 19-1-2016