Fairs and Festivals of India

India is famous for its Fairs and Festivals. If you want to know this country in a detailed manner, you need to take a Fairs and Festivals of India Tour and engulf the merriment of the people. You can view the true culture and life of India during the celebrations of various fair and festivals.
There are noble identity and meaningful cause behind each fair and festival. Various fairs and festivals are celebrated in India. These celebrations are based upon rituals, traditions, legends, monsoon, history, while many express devotion to the deities of different religions. If you are taking a Fair and Festival of India tour you will see that these fairs and festivals are mostly religious fair, historical fair, long life marriage based festivals, animal worship fair, cattle fairs, monsoon fair, changing season fair.

Marvel at the fact that all the celebrations speak of vivacity, colour, high sprit, dedications, ebullience, peace, power, humanity messages, appetizing food, sports activities, artistic performance, prayers and rituals.

Holi, Id, Christmas, Diwali, Pushkar Mela, Ganapati, Navaratri, Kumbh Mela, Republic day, Pongal, Onam, Surajkund Mela, Goa Carnival, Snake Boat Race and Desert Festival are some of the most famous Fairs and Festivals of India.

If you are to witness these fairs and festivals you will know that they reveal diverse regions, religions and communities. During these celebrations you can also experience the life style and vigour of the people. The most common traits of celebrating these Fairs and Festival is that people usually indulge in rituals of prayers, exchanging goodwill, decorating houses, wearing new clothes, Jewellery, music, singing, and dance and feasting.

Explore the diversity and the mystical beauty, the life style, language, religion, etc. of each states and region. Few celebrations with their popular regions are The Durga Puja (Navaratri) which is major festivals of West Bengal, Ganapati in Maharashtra, also in the western and eastern parts of India, Pongal in Tamilnadu, Onam in Kerala, Goa Carnival, Christmas and New Year in Goa, Car Festival of Puri, Pushkar fair in Rajasthan, Snake boat fair in Kerala, Holi in North India, Kumbh Mela in Haridwar and Varanasi, republic day in Delhi, and many more.

So if you are interested in knowing the deep roots of the culture, belief, life style, living, food, art, traditions of India, you should book your next vacation with our Fair and Festivals of India.