Fairs and Festival of India

DIWALI or DEEPAWALI

Diwali is a festival of lights where people from all age group participate. They give expression to their happiness by lighting earthen diyas (lamps) decorating the house, bursting firecrackers and visiting the houses of near and dear ones for partaking in a sumptuous feast.

HOLI

Holi is considered as one of major festival in India it is vibrant and filled with beautiful colors. It is the festival to forget the old grievances and meeting others with great warmth and high spirit.

PUSHKAR CAMEL FAIR

Pushkar camel fair is an annual weeklong camel and livestock fair held in the town of Pushkar between the months of October and November in the state of Rajasthan. It is one of the world’s largest camel fairs.

DESERT FESTIVAL

Once a year the empty sands around Jaisalmer come alive with a mesmerising performance in the sand dunes in the form of the desert festival. Organised by the department of Tourism around January and February.

BOAT RACE

When August comes, the placid water of the Punnamada Lake becomes a track on fire. Yes it is the time of snake boat race, where the silence of the lake is sliced by the slashing oars of the pacing boats. Held on second Saturday of every year.

ONAM

Onam is a celebration of equality, justice and prosperity is the state festival of Kerala which unites the entire keralites irrespective if caste, colour or creed and celebrated with pomp and grandeur.

DEV DEEPAVALI

Dev Deepavali is celebrated every year in Varanasi city in respect of River Ganges.