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Hemis Festival
WHERE    -  Hemis, Ladakh
WHEN      -   03 July 2017 - 04 July 2017

Celebrated to honour the birth of Lord Padmasambhava, also known as Guru Rinpoche - the local savior, the Hemis Festival is full of dance, music, prayers, masked performances and a medley of colours. With this festival, the rugged and otherwise quiet landscape of Ladakh turns vibrant and inviting.  Be a part of these festivities and take home with you happy memories.

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Ladakh: Mini Tibet

Markha Valley Trek

Pushkar Festival
Pushkar Festival
WHERE    -  Pushkar, Rajasthan
WHEN      -   2017 - Oct 28 - Nov 4

                       2018 - Nov 15 -23

                       2019 - Nov 4 - 12

                       2020 - Nov 22 - 30

A colourful state, Rajasthan gets even more vibrant during fairs and festivals and one such festival is the much-celebrated and famous Pushkar Festival.  It is the time of relaxation and merry-making, with music, dance, camels and a lot of fun. Be sure to be a part of this vibrancy and leave home feeling euphoric and energetic.

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Unfolding the Heritage: Rajasthan

Golden Triangle with Pushkar

Camel Safari & Hiking in Rajasthan

Hornbill Festival
WHERE    -  Kohima, Nagaland
WHEN      -   Around July

Tribal festivals are some of the most glorious festivals of our nations and the Hornbill Festival is one such event. Started by the Nagaland State Tourism and Art & Culture Department, the Hornbill festival brings together diverse tribes of North East India. The celebration is marked by different tribal dances, music, food and much more and is a must-visit festival.


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North East - Tribes & More...

Desert Festival
WHERE    -  Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
WHEN      -   ​ 2017 - Feb 8 - 10

                       2018 - Jan 29 - 31

                       2019 - Feb 17 - 19

                       2020 - Feb 7 - 9

Held once a year during winters, the Desert Festival of Jaisalmer brings the desert alive with dance, music and colourful costumes.  The festival showcases the rich and colourful folk culture of Rajasthan.  With the Jaisalmer Fort providing an ethereal backdrop, the famous Desert Festival is something one just cannot miss.

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Krishna Janmashtami
WHERE    -  Mathura & Vrindavan
WHEN      -  Around August

Celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Krishna, the Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated with a lot of happiness, excitement and enthusiasm and is a special occasion for the Hindus. Lord Krishna's birthplace - Mathura & Vrindavan - celebrate it with a lot of vigour. Religious plays (Raslilas) are performed to recreate the life of Krishna.  Be in Mathura for Krishna Janmashtami and feel the vibes of energy and devotion.

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WHERE    -  All over India
WHEN      - Around Feb / March

Known as the festival of colours, Holi is celebrated with a lot of vigour and excitement all over India. On this day, all you can see is the brilliant hues of every colour of the rainbow.  The festival of sharing love is made delicious with a lot of home cooked sweet delicacies, such as mathri and gujiyas. This is one unavoidable festival and staying clean is impossible.

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Ganesh Chaturthi
WHERE    -  All over India
WHEN      -  Around August

Also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi, Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the important Hindu festivals of India and is celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm.  It is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha. People bring idols of Ganesha in their homes; the duration varies from 1 - 11 days and on the last day, the idol is taken out in a colourful and musical procession and is immersed in water.

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Jagannath Rath Yatra
WHERE    -  Puri, Orissa
WHEN      -   Around June

Celebrated for its reigning deity, Lord Jagannath, the Rath Yatra is a famous festival of Puri.  With thousands of pilgrims, the journey takes days to complete. The Rath or chariot is moved by hundreds of devotees. For the culturally inquisitive minds, the Rath Yatra is one not-to-be missed festival.

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Boat Race
WHERE    -  Kerela
WHEN      -   Around July / Aug

Part of the rich, traditional grandeur of Kerala, the boat race is one that should not be missed. Held in the chief lakes, and backwaters, it is one of the major attractions of Kerala.

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