HomeFair and Festivals In India
India is an extremely rich country that attracted many invaders from Asia and Central Europe those invaders left their impression on this fascinating land, the religions of India and India's lifestyles are more than 40 centuries old. As a result of these things, now India celebrates more fairs and festivals in comparison to any other nation in the world. It is believed that India celebrates a festival every day. The fairs and festivals are the essence of any Indian tour and these festivals fall in different months as listed under.
Vasant Panchami, Bikaner Festival, Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Float Festival, Thai Pusam, Pattadakal Dance Festival, Id-ul-Fitr, Lohri, National Kite Festival.
Goa Carnival, Mahashivratri, Desert Festival, International Yoga Week, Nagaur Fair, Deccan Festival, Elephant Festival, Taj Mahotsav, Chapchar Kut, Surajkund Crafts Mela,
Gangaur, Holi, Ramnavami, Jamshed-e-Navroz, Mahavir Jayanti, Id-ul-Zuha, Khajuraho Dance Festival, Hoysala Mahotsav, Elephant Festival, Ellora Festival
Easter, Baisakhi, Ugadi or Gudi Padva, Maharram, Pooram, Buddha Purnima, Good Friday, Mewar Festival.
Hemis Festival, Ganga Dussehra
Guru Purnima, Rathyatra
Onam, Janmashtami, Nag Panchami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Rakshabandhan
Durga Puja, Navratri, Marwar Festival, Dussehra
Diwali, Sharad Purnima, Ka Pomblang Nongrem, Guu Purab, Pushkar Fair, Sonepur Fair, Hampi Festival
Konark Dance Festival, Christmas