15 Sep
15/09/2019 - 30/09/2019 Sair Festival , , Shimla , India Google Map Free
Introduction: Sair festival of state Himachal Pradesh is famous all over the country for its  celebrations and unique blend of the cultural mix.The main venue is in the capital city Shimla who hosts thousands of visitors every year to enjoy the multiple activities and different celebration styles. Time to celebrate: Sair festival is held mostly
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16 Sep
16/09/2019 - 16/09/2019 , Ambaji , Banaskantha , India Google Map Free
Introduction:   The main function of Ambaji Fair is held in the Ambaji village in Gujarat. Near to the village there is a famous shrine of Ambaji temple situated which is the main origin of the fair. The Ambaji fair is an important occasion of farmers that symbolize the end of the monsoon period of
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16 Sep
16/09/2019 - 16/09/2019 Payippad Boat Race Fair , Payippad , Harippad, Alappuzha , India Google Map Free
Introduction: Payippad boat race is among one of the popular boat races of state kerala which held evry year. The famous boat race attracts thousands of spectators from all around the world to become the witness of grand event.Payippadu near Harippad in the state is the venue place where the boat race is organised. Time
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16 Sep
16/09/2019 - 30/09/2019 Indian Festivals , India , , India Google Map Free
Introduction: Pitr Paksha in India is observed as the most ideal occasion when the people commemorate their ancestors and deceased ones. The occasion continues for a fortnight which usually comes in the month of September every year and follows various rituals which are performed with great dignity and commitments in order to keep the spirits
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16 Sep
16/09/2019 - 24/09/2019 Vallarpadam Perunnal Fair , Vallarpadam Church , Ernakulam , India Google Map Free
Introduction: Vallarpadam Perunnal is week long feast that is annually held at the ancient St.Mary’s church located in Vallarpadam Island in Kochi,Kerala.Many devotees and other visitors come to join the fair from all over the state.Devotees affectionately called St Mary as Vallarpadath Amma means who is the mother of Vallarpadam. Time to Celebrate: 2017-09-16 to 2017-09-24
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16 Sep
16/09/2019 - 16/09/2019 Indian Festivals , India , , India Google Map Free
Introduction: World Ozone Day commemorates the action of protecting the ozone layer at the global level. It is widely observed every year and marks the importance of Ozone layer and its role in the environment. Time to Celebrate: World Ozone Day held every year on 16th September Description: The United nations General Assembly has designated
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17 Sep
17/09/2019 - 17/09/2019 Indian Festivals , India , , India Google Map Free
Introduction: Vishwakarma Puja is offered by all the craftsmen and architects to commemorate the presiding deity, Vishwakarma, the architect of the divine universe according to the Hindu mythology. The day is started with special pujas throughout the day and mostly celebrated in south Indian states of the country. Time to Celebrate: Vishwakarma Puja is usually
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17 Sep
17/09/2019 - 22/09/2019 Ram Barat Festival , , Agra , India Google Map Free
Introduction: Ram Barat is celebrated in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh which marks the celebration of Lord Rama’s marriage to Sita.The main function is held in the city of Agra where the festival takes place during the Ramlila celebrations. Time to Celebrate: Ram Barat is usually held in between the month of September and
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18 Sep
18/09/2019 - 18/09/2019 Indian Festivals , India , , India Google Map Free
Introduction:  Aranmula Vallamkali festival is basically a Boat Race in the beautiful state of Kerala during the harvesting and most famous festival of Onam (August- September). The festival is famous for its long snake boat races which is truly a feast to the eyes of the visitors, who come from far off places to see
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20 Sep
20/09/2019 - 25/09/2019 Kisan Mela , , Ludhiana , India Google Map Free
Introduction: India is a land of agriculture where more than half percentage of the population are engaged in the agricultural activities and get their living earnings from agriculture as the main source. Hence it is very necessary to organise the fairs like Kisan Mela is very demanding in the countries like India. Every year Kisan
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