India is famous for color and joyous celebrations,
music, dance and festivals makes it one of the most colorful and
attractive destination in the world. India has numerous fairs and
festivals like animal fairs,religious fairs and there are fairs
to mark the changing seasons.
Pushkar Fair Pushkar
The Pushkar Camel Fair is one of the largest in India and the only
one of its kind in the entire world. During the fair, Lakhs of people
from rural India flock to Pushkar, along with Camel and Cattle for
several days of live stock trading, horse dealing, pilgrimage and
religious festival. more about Pushkar
Teej Festival Jaipur
Held during the monsoons, July-August Teej is also dedicated to
Lord Shiva and Parvati and this time it is married women who pray
for a happy and long married life. Though celebrations are held
all over the state, it is particularly colorful in Jaipur where
a procession winds its way for two days through the Old City. It
is the festival of swings which are decorated with flowers and hung
from trees. Young girls and women dressed in green clothes sing
songs in celebration of the advent of the monsoon. The Teej idol
is covered with a canopy whereas the Gangaur idol is open. more
about Teej Festival...
Elephant Festival Jaipur
The Elephant Festival is an inimitable event held annually in Jaipur.
Groomed flawlessly, rows of elephants do a catwalk before an enthralled
audience liked best fashion models to make this festival an amazing
one. The elephants move with poise in pageant, run races, play the
regal game of polo, and finally participate in the spring festival
of Holi. It is festival time with elephants typically celebrated
one day before the Holi, Indian festival of colours.
more about Elephant Festival ...
Desert Festival Jaiselmer
rising and falling stark yellow sands of the great Thar Desert,
the empty sands around Jaisalmer come alive with the brilliant colour,
music and laughter of the Desert Festival. The festival is organised
by the tourist authorities as tourist entertainment around January-February.
more about Desert Festival...
Camel Festival Bikaner
The small yet important union territory attached to the vibrant
state of Gujarat is Daman Diu. The small city is known for its beauty
and beaches. The Beaches of Daman Diu are less in number still significant
enough to pull the tourist traffic. Beaches of Daman Diu which are
quite popular include Nagoa Beach and Devka & Jampore Beach.
Hereunder we are giving the stuff related to the Beaches of Daman
Diu for your memorable Indian trip. more
about Camel Festival...
Taj Mahotsav Agra
Festivals of India are known for its colourfully jovial spirit and
India tour during festival time adds to your vacations in India.
And what would be more exciting and scintillating then planning
your Taj Mahal tour in Agra during the mesmerizing Taj Festival.
A ten-day event, the Taj festival - called Taj Mahotsav - at Agra
is a cultural introduction of India. With the wondrous Taj Mahal
serving as the backdrop for the annual festival, the Taj Mahotsav
is usually held in the month of February. more
about Taj Mahotsav ...
Brij Mahotsav Bharatpur
The Brij Festival takes place a few days before Holi, (the festival
of colours) in the month of March. Held in honour of Lord Krishna,
this festival is marked by verve and zest. Villagers, in gay, multihued
attire, can be seen singing and performing the Raslila dance (dance
depicting the immortal love-story of Radha and Krishna). more
about Brij Mahotsav...
Surajkund Fair Haryana
Every year from the 1st till the 15th of February, the town of Surajkund
(literally meaning the sun pool) is host to the biggest crafts fair
in India. Working on a different theme every year the mela (fair
in Hindi) seeks to create a platform to highlight the rich heritage
of arts and crafts from all corners of India. The idea to hold the
fair based on a specific theme is used to draw attention to a different
craft of a different area every year. The fair not only offers objects
for sale but in most cases you can also see the artisans at work.
Everything from jewellery to toys to furniture to pottery and that
too from various parts of India is for sale under one roof. more
about Surajkund Fair...
When one thinks about Indian festivals, the festival that instantly
comes to mind is DIWALI or DEEPAVALI as called by some.. This Hindu
festival brings excitement and joy to the hearts of people even
before it arrives. Diwali is the festival of Laxmi, the Goddess
of prosperity and wealth. It is believed that Goddess Laxmi brings
peace and prosperity to all.
more about Diwali...