If one wants to visit a multicultural land that houses an assorted range of religions, India comes up as an ideal choice. The country has a rich cultural heritage and is home to people from diverse religions. Festivals of India are celebrated throughout the country with Great Spirit and devotion. This festival reflects the traditional spirit and culture of the people of India.
Thrissur Pooram is an annual Hindu Temple Festival held in Kerala It is held at the Vadakunnathan Temple in Thrissur every year on the Pooram the day when the moon rises with the Pooram star in the Malyalam Calender month of Medam It is the largest and most famous of all Pooram .
The Kumbh Mela is known for the largest religious gathering in the world. According to astrologers, the Kumbh Fair; takes place when the planet Jupiter enters Aquarius and the Sun enters Aries.;It is held every third year at one of the four places by rotation Haridwar,Allahabad(Prayag)Nashik and Ujjain.Thus the Kumbh Mela is held at each of these four places every twelfth year.Ardha Kumbh Mela is held at only two places, Haridwar and Allahabad, every sixth year.is a mass of faith in which Hindus gather to bathe in a sacred river.
Rajsthan Desert Festival Tour offers a great insight into the best festival of Thar Dessert. Visiting cities of Jodhpur & Jaisalmer with some amazing time in the sand dunes and color full life of Rajasthan makes it a memorable holiday...
Konark Dance Festival is held annually on December.The festival is a celebration of the much appreciated Odissi, Bharathnatyam, Manipuri, Kathak and Chau Dance - a lavish feast for the eyes and ears. The sound of Ghungroo bells, flute and Pakhauj gives it a festive mood. There is also a crafts mela, with a variety of handicrafts and tasty cuisine during the festival.
The magnificent ruined city of Hampi, Karnataka once the capital of the Vijayanagar Empire (One of the greatest empires in the history of India), comes alive during the lively festival of dance and music, held in the first week of November.in the backdrop of Hampi temples.
Pushkar Fair is the largest kettle fair in the world, also known as a photographers paradise. The amazing colors, beyond imagination moments and larger than life backgrounds make this fair a delight for photographers...
Camel Festival. A lively and colorful event begins with a colorful procession of bedecked camels against the red sandstone backdrop of the Junagarh Fort, the festivity advances to the open sand-spreads of the grounds, followed by the best breed competition, the tug-of-war contest, camel dance, acrobatics, etc.The camels display amazing footwork, dancing gracefully to the slightest direction of their trainers.
Nagaur Town is the most picturesque of Rajput townships. The town becomes a sea of animals, trading over 70,000 bullocks, camels and horses every year. The bullocks are known for their fleetness. Not only are the animals lavishly decorated, even their owners flaunt their colorful turbans and long moustaches.This Festival is one of the biggest Cattle fair in Rajasthan..