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Festivals of India

Colours, music, dances, delicious food and vibrant attire, there is something about Indian festivals that makes them irresistible! Experience and explore Indian festivals here.
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Thalfavang Kut, Mizoram’s harvest festival is one dedicated to agriculture, is filled with dance and energy!

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On the last day of Durga puja, Women apply vermilion/sindoor on eachother overcoming the sadness of farewell

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Durga Puja – A Photo Journey of the Grand Festivities

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Chanting shlokas and bhajans, the worship of Shiva on Maha shivratri is a huge celebration

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Mahashivratri: The Chronicles of God Shiva

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Matho Nagrang, a celebration of the Tibetan New Year by the Sankya Monasty in Leh

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An interesting Hindu festival that is celebrated in true Keralan style is Vishu, marking the new year of the Malayalam calendar

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A Celebration of God’s Own Country

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The Tarpa Dance is an essential feature of the festival and a must-watch during the Tarpa Fest,when the tribal cultures and traditions of Dadra and Nagar Haveli’s residents are out in the open for all to admire.

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Chhat Puja : an ode to the sun god, a festival celebrated with fasts and prayers.

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An aarti with a dhunechi dance and rythmic drumbeats dhaks, DURGA PUJA is one lively festival

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The Navratri , where goddess durga is revered for nine days is celebrated with the energetic garba dance in Gujarat. Visit Gujurat during Navratri to truly feel the spirit of Gujarat!

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Durga Puja symbolizes homecoming of Maa Durga for five days to her matrimonial home from Kailash.

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