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Fair & Festival of India

India is known as a land of “Fairs and Festivals”. The country which is accommodating Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, Islam, Sikhism, Christians, Parsism and Wahabism under the single string of Indian Nationalism due to which the Indian calendar is almost always full of such celebrations and celebrates every day a festival of its unique kind and theme which is an ever charming source of attractions among the holidaymakers of the world. The festivals of India display the culture of India, history and life style of the countrymen. The different theme and colours of the festivals, music and festivities makes the country come alive throughout the year. When you are in India during some festival taking place in that region, it will be not a right choice to miss the chance to be a part of the festival of India. Come discover these Fairs and Festivals with us, we will take you to these colourful festivals and have designed some of the special world famous Festival Tours exclusively covering the exciting and popular Festivals of India.

Month of January
Camels are the star attraction across the desert state of colorful Rajasthan. Each year, the city located at the periphery

Month of February
The desert festival is a three day fest which takes place every year in the quaint city of Rajasthan

Month of February
Held annually for a fortnight, in Surajkund, Haryana near Delhi, this is a paradise for both domestic and international visitors

Month of February
Goa famous for its beaches is one of the favorite destinations for foreign tourists to visit India, but one of the best times to visit

Month of February
Khajuraho is one of the most well-known architectural heritage sites of India renowned temples.

Month of February
Jaipur, the capital city of desert state of India, Rajasthan is one of the most visited cities in India

Month of March
India is synonymous with colours and Holi is the annual festival of colours since ancient times. The story behind Holi

Month of March
Hola Mohalla is a festival celebrated by the Sikh community in Anandpur Sahib, Punjab.

Month of June
Hemis is the name of the biggest monastery in Ladakh. The festival of Hemisis a colorful two-day affair that falls on the 10th day

Month of August - September
Kumbh Mela assumes immense importance among the people in India and is the only festival that occurs once every twelve years.

Month of October
Diwali or Deepavali is one of the biggest Hindu festivals celebrated by almost all the communities with much fanfareand celebrations.

Month of October - November
The Pushkar Fair also known as Pushkar ka Mela, is the annual seven-day camel and livestock fair, held in the town of Pushkar