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April Month Festivals

22 Apr
World Heritage Day
  Start:  22/04/2019  -  End:  23/04/2019
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Introduction:   World Heritage Day is widely observed around the world that shares the cause of preserving the endangered cultural heritage. The objective of the day is to raise and promote the awareness for the protection of ancient and historical monuments around the world. Time to Celebrate: World Heritage Day is held on 18th of
22 Apr
Earth Day
  Start:  22/04/2019  -  End:  22/04/2019
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Introduction: The Earth day is globally celebrated programme that started to aware the people about the facts of Earth, its nature and environment. The Day is celebrated all around the globe to promote the natural profile of earth. This is a one day program whose roots embedded from past decades. Time to celebrate: Earth Day
28 Apr
Akshaya Tritiya Festival
  Start:  28/04/2019  -  End:  28/04/2019
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Introduction: Akshaya Tritiya, is an important religious date of Hindu Calendar. It is also known as Akha Teej day, falls on the third Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Hindi month of Vaishakha. The auspicious date is generally comes between the mid of May every year. Time of the festival: Mid of May every year Description:
30 Apr
Guru Shankaracharya Jayanti
  Start:  30/04/2019  -  End:  30/04/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Shankaracharya Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Guru Adi Shankaracharya who is  popularly known as Jagatguru. He was born in 788 AD in a brahmin village of Kalady in state Kerala. who is a great scholar, philosopher of not only Hindus but also in other religions of the world. Time to Celebrate: Shankaracharya Jayanti

May Month Festivals

01 May
Summer Festival
  Start:  01/05/2019  -  End:  01/05/2019
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Introduction: Shimla Summer festival offers a wide range of celebrations for not only the local people but also for the visitors from outside the state. The festival marks the glimpses of the cultural mix with several other activities like shopping, fun activities,visits and lots of other events among the lap of beautiful hill stations of
01 May
May Day
  Start:  01/05/2019  -  End:  01/05/2019
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Introduction: May Day is observed to be as the International Workers Day all around the world. It is also called as Lobour Day in some other countries, which is celebrated in huge processions, debated, seminars by the various work unions and groups in order to show the strength of workers. In India it marks the
01 May
World Labour Day
  Start:  01/05/2019  -  End:  01/05/2019
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01 May
Anti Terrorism Day
  Start:  01/05/2019  -  End:  01/05/2019
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Introduction: Terrorism is the biggest matter of concern around the world. Various countries, organization and other institutions are working together to overcome the fear of terrorism. Anti Terrorism Day is an effort as in continuation by Government of India. Time of the festival: May-21 every year, death anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi Description: The day is observed on
05 May
Thrissur Pooram Fair
  Start:  05/05/2019  -  End:  05/05/2019
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Introduction: The cultural city of Kerala is most famous for the spectacular Thrissurpooram festival which is held every year in the district. The most famous attraction of the festival is the elegant elephant procession in which several elephants from different temples of the state takes participation. The main center of the festival is in Vadakkumnathan
05 May
Shab E Barat Festival
  Start:  05/05/2019  -  End:  05/05/2019
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Introduction: Shab-E-Barat is mainly celebrated with great prompt and enthusiasm by Muslims all over the world.It is believed that Shab E Barat is the night of forgiveness when people pray to god both in preparation for Ramadan and for the forgiveness of the sins committed by them.It is a night of worship and prayers for
06 May
Nurses Day
  Start:  06/05/2019  -  End:  06/05/2019
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Introduction: International Nurse Day is particularly celebrated to pay sincere regards to the contributions of nurses towards society. The day is celebrated all around the world on different dates which may be differing according to the regions. Various activities, camps and seminars are organized to commemorate the promotional services of nurses. Time to Celebrate: The
07 May
World Laughter Day
  Start:  07/05/2019  -  End:  07/05/2019
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Introduction: World Laughter Day is a joint participation of people to commemorate the laughter as an ingredient to develop peace and harmony in the world. It was started in 1998 and now widely celebrated all around the world. The day is celebrated in congregation of all whether children or adult, families and friends at some
08 May
World Red Cross Day
  Start:  08/05/2019  -  End:  08/05/2019
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09 May
Shri Narsingh Jayanti
  Start:  09/05/2019  -  End:  09/05/2019
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Introduction: Narsingh Chaturdashi is a significantly celebrated the victory of good over evil. To prove the faith and belief, Lord Vishnu himself appeared in the form of Narsimha on the day and for the rescue of his beloved devotee Prahalad . The day is celebrated all around the county to commemorate the Lord Narsimha. Time
09 May
Narsingh Chaturdashi Jayanti
  Start:  09/05/2019  -  End:  09/05/2019
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Introduction: Narsingh Chaturdashi is a significantly celebrated the victory of good over evil. To prove the faith and belief, Lord Vishnu himself appeared in the form of Narsimha on the day and for the rescue of his beloved devotee Prahalad . The day is celebrated all around the county to commemorate the Lord Narsimha. Time
10 May
Guru Gorakhnath Jayanti
  Start:  10/05/2019  -  End:  10/05/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Guru Gorakhnath is the most important and honorable Saint of Nath Sampradaya. Guru Gorakhnath Jayanti is to commemorate the birth date of the saint world wide by the followers. Saint Gorakhnath was a true devotee of the supreme diety Lord Shiva and has been blessed with the universal secrets of Shiva. Nath Sampradaya is
10 May
Buddha Purnima Festival
  Start:  10/05/2019  -  End:  10/05/2019
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Introduction: Gautam Buddha, who is considered as the ninth avatar of Vishnu commemorate and worshipped on the occasion of Buddha Purnima. The  Buddha Purnima is celebrated as the Buddha Jayanti, the day which is the birth date, enlightment day and death anniversary of Gautam Buddha which has an important and sacred significance among the Buddhists.
11 May
Narad Jayanti
  Start:  11/05/2019  -  End:  11/05/2019
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Introduction: Narad Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Devrishi Narad who is popularly known as Narada Muni.He was a divine Saga from vaisnava who played many important role in several vedic events and portrayed as the travelling monk carries tampura,a musical instrument.The Jayanti is celebrated every year with lots of fervor and rejoices. Time to
11 May
Saint Narada Jayanthi
  Start:  11/05/2019  -  End:  11/05/2019
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Introduction: Narad Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Devrishi Narad who is popularly known as Narada Muni.He was a divine Saga from vaisnava who played many important role in several vedic events and portrayed as the travelling monk carries tampura,a musical instrument.The Jayanti is celebrated every year with lots of fervor and rejoices. Time to
12 May
International Nurse Day
  Start:  12/05/2019  -  End:  12/05/2019
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Introduction: International Nurse Day is particularly celebrated to pay sincere regards to the contributions of nurses towards society. The day is celebrated all around the world on different dates which may be differing according to the regions. Various activities, camps and seminars are organized to commemorate the promotional services of nurses. Time to Celebrate: The
14 May
Mothers Day
  Start:  14/05/2019  -  End:  14/05/2019
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Introduction: Mother’s Day is a special day to celebrate the best relationship of mother and her children by expressing the love and lots of celebrations. The day is dedicated to all mothers and specific for expressing the gratitude’s for whatever they did towards the upbringings of their children. All around the world, the day is
15 May
International Day of Families
  Start:  15/05/2019  -  End:  15/05/2019
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Introduction: The international Day of Family is a global event that celebrates world wide on 15th of May every year. The Day is observed to promote the importance and necessity of the families which is very important in today’s fast and timeless life style. The Family Day is an inititative of United Nations Programs to
15 May
International Family Day
  Start:  15/05/2019  -  End:  15/05/2019
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Introduction: The international Day of Family is a global event that celebrates world wide on 15th of May every year. The Day is observed to promote the importance and necessity of the families which is very important in today’s fast and timeless life style. The Family Day is an inititative of United Nations Programs to
17 May
World Telecommunication Day
  Start:  17/05/2019  -  End:  17/05/2019
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Introduction: World Telecommunication Day is widely celebrated to raise the global awareness about the recent changes in technology and communication sector. Earlier the day was commemorating the founding of International Telecommunication Union in 17th May 1865 which was initiated by Plenipotentiary Conference in Malaga Torremolinos in 1973. Time to Celebrate: The World Telecommunication day is
25 May
Vat Savitri Fair
  Start:  25/05/2019  -  End:  25/05/2019
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Introduction Vat Savitri Puja is the traditional festival of Hindus which is performed by married women and particularly celebrated in North India region. The festival observed with day long strict fast that is performed by women for the well being of their partners and houses. Time to Celebrate: Vat Savitri Puja is held on Amavasya
25 May
Vat Savitri Puja
  Start:  25/05/2019  -  End:  25/05/2019
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Introduction Vat Savitri Puja is the traditional festival of Hindus which is performed by married women and particularly celebrated in North India region. The festival observed with day long strict fast that is performed by women for the well being of their partners and houses. Time to Celebrate: Vat Savitri Puja is held on Amavasya
25 May
Parshuram Jayanti
  Start:  25/05/2019  -  End:  25/05/2019
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Introduction: Parshu Ram Jayanti is an important religious date of Hindu Calendar. It is also known as Akha Teej or Akshay Tritiya day, falls on the third Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Hindi month of Vaishakha. The auspicious date is generally comes between the mid of May every year. Time of the festival: Parshuram Jayanti
25 May
Haldighatti Festival
  Start:  25/05/2019  -  End:  25/05/2019
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31 May
No Tobacco Day
  Start:  31/05/2019  -  End:  31/05/2019
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Introduction: World No Tobacco Day is global observance against the widespread consumption of all kind of tobacco products. The day is annually celebrated along with the recommendations of WHO to raise the mass awareness about the negative health effects of tobacco. Time to Celebrate: World No Tobacco Day is held every year on May 31.

June Month Festivals

01 Jun
Shimla Summer Festival
  Start:  01/06/2019  -  End:  01/06/2019
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Introduction: Shimla Summer festival offers a wide range of celebrations for not only the local people but also for the visitors from outside the state. The festival marks the glimpses of the cultural mix with several other activities like shopping, fun activities,visits and lots of other events among the lap of beautiful hill stations of
01 Jun
Saint Kabir Jayanti
  Start:  01/06/2019  -  End:  01/06/2019
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01 Jun
Parents Day
  Start:  01/06/2019  -  End:  01/06/2019
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Introduction: The fourth Sunday of the month July is observed as the celebrations of Parents Day in every year. The festival is festival is celebrated around the globe on the same day s the origin of the Parent’s Day is originated from United States. The day symbolizes the extreme love and care of parents towards
01 Jun
Jamai Sasthi Festival
  Start:  01/06/2019  -  End:  01/06/2019
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Introduction: Jamai Sasthi is the regional specific festival which is particularly celebrated in the state of Bengal. The festival is especially celebrate to commemorate the relationship of Son-in Law, when they are observed honourable and invited to the places of in laws where treated with maximum respect and hospitality. Time to Celebrate: The Jamai Sasthi
03 Jun
Mahesh Navami Jayanti
  Start:  03/06/2019  -  End:  03/06/2019
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Introduction: Mahesh Navami is the religious day of Maheshwari community all around. The day is celebrated to commemorate the Lord Shiva on the day of Mahesh Navami. It is the day when it is believed that the formation of Maheshwari are observed, who is a business class community. Time to Celebrate: Mahesh Jayanti is celebrated
03 Jun
Rajiv Gandhi Death Anniversary
  Start:  03/06/2019  -  End:  03/06/2019
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05 Jun
World Environment Day
  Start:  05/06/2019  -  End:  05/06/2019
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Introduction: World Environment Day is widely celebrated all around the world to enhance the awareness towards the nature and its tributaries. It urges the masses to come forward for the sake of the environment and required a combined public attention and action. The day was initiated by the United Nations General Assembly in 1972. Time
05 Jun
Nirjala Ekadashi Festival
  Start:  05/06/2019  -  End:  05/06/2019
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Introduction: Nirjala Ekadashi is believed to be the most sacred and auspicious occasion where day long strict fast is observed. The day is equally important for charity works and other donations. It is believed that observing Nirjala Ekadashi provides the benefit of all the other Ekadashis observed in a year which is dedicated to Lord
09 Jun
Saint Gyaneshwar Jayanti
  Start:  09/06/2019  -  End:  09/06/2019
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12 Jun
Sindhu Darshan Festival
  Start:  12/06/2019  -  End:  14/06/2019
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Introduction: The Sindhu Darshan festival is celebrated every year on the banks of river Sindhu or Indus,one of the longest rivers of the world.The three days festival is celebrated in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir.The festival aims to promote the river Sindhu as a symbol of India’s unity and communal harmony.The festival is
14 Jun
Blood Donation Day
  Start:  14/06/2019  -  End:  14/06/2019
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14 Jun
World Blood Donor Day
  Start:  14/06/2019  -  End:  14/06/2019
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Introduction: World Blood Donor Day is a commemoration to all those people who donate their blood to serve the mankind. It is also a promotion campaign to awake the mass support for the cause and maximum to maximum people come forward for the activity. Time to Celebrate: World Blood Donor Day is held on 14th
16 Jun
Goa Memorable Day
  Start:  16/06/2019  -  End:  16/06/2019
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18 Jun
Fathers Day
  Start:  18/06/2019  -  End:  18/06/2019
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23 Jun
Sao Joao Festival of St John the Baptist
  Start:  23/06/2019  -  End:  23/06/2019
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Introduction: Sao Joao festival is the popular occasion in Goa when Catholic community of the state engage in various traditional celebrations. The festival marks the significance of St. John, the Baptist and completely dedicated to him.Local youth of the state specially enjoy the festival by observing the jump into wells according to the existing tradition
24 Jun
Shanichari Amavasya Jayanti
  Start:  24/06/2019  -  End:  24/06/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Shani Jayanti is marked as birth anniversary of Lord Shani. Shani Jayanti is also known as Shani Amavasya. Lord Shani is son of Lord Suryadev and rules planet Saturn and weekday Saturday. Shani Jayanti is observed on Amavasya Tithi during Jyeshtha month according to North Indian Purnimant calendar. According to South Indian Amavasyant calendar Shani
25 Jun
Jagannath Rath Yatra
  Start:  25/06/2019  -  End:  25/06/2019
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Introduction: Jagannath Rath Yatra of Puri is the most famous religious procession that held every year in the Indian state of Orisaa.The temple of Lord Jagannath on the east coast of the country is the venue where lakhs of people aggregated in order to make the event grandest in entire world.The event marks the ritual
25 Jun
Id ul Fitr (Ramzan Eid) Festival
  Start:  25/06/2019  -  End:  25/06/2019
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Introduction: Eid-Ul-Fitr is the most sacred and important festival of Muslims which is commonly known as “Eid”. Eid-Ul-Fitr denotes the ending of fasting month ‘Ramadan’ and commencing the new month of ‘Shawwal’. It is the most sacred festival for Muslims which ends the month long fasting days and devotees offers special prayers to almighty. The
29 Jun
Amar Nath Yatra Fair
  Start:  29/06/2019  -  End:  07/08/2019
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July Month Festivals

01 Jul
Kharsi Puja
  Start:  01/07/2019  -  End:  01/07/2019
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Introduction: The Kharchi Puja is the regional festival of Tripura state of India. The festival is a week long celebration in which worship of fourteen Gods is observed. The centre place of the festival is the Chaturdasha devta temple which is situated 8 Kms in the southeast of capital Agartala. Time to Celebrate: Kharchi Puja
01 Jul
Van Somvar Begins Festival
  Start:  01/07/2019  -  End:  01/07/2019
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01 Jul
Chaturmas Period Fair
  Start:  01/07/2019  -  End:  01/07/2019
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01 Jul
Mango Festival
  Start:  01/07/2019  -  End:  01/07/2019
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Introduction: Fruit mango is considered as the king of among all fruits and the demands for the fruit is largest also as compare to the other fuits. International Mango Festival is conducted to showcase the various specialties and varities of mangoes from all over the country. The main event is organized generally in the Talkatora
01 Jul
Bhadlya Navami Fair
  Start:  01/07/2019  -  End:  01/07/2019
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01 Jul
Sai Teun Ram Jayanti
  Start:  01/07/2019  -  End:  01/07/2019
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01 Jul
Jwalamukhi Fair
  Start:  01/07/2019  -  End:  01/07/2019
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03 Jul
Hemis Festival
  Start:  03/07/2019  -  End:  04/07/2019
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Introduction: The Hemis Festival is among the popular festivals in Ladakh region of state Jammu and Kashmir. The Ladakh region is completely a monatery region where Buddhism is the prime religion and Hemis festival is held every year to commemorate hemis monastery. According to the Tibetan calendar it is celebrated on the tenth of lunar
09 Jul
Guru Purnima Jayanti
  Start:  09/07/2019  -  End:  09/07/2019
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Introduction: India is the country where firmly observed the “Guru Shishya Parampara”. Gurus are equally worhsipped as God as it is believed that they are enlighten the right way always and make the link between God and a individual. Although the Guru Purnima is specifically the sacred day which celebrate to honor the Saint Ved
10 Jul
Konark Dance and Music Festival
  Start:  10/07/2019  -  End:  04/08/2019
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Introduction: Konark Dance festival is a carnival of Indian classical dances which is held every year in the historical place of Natyamandap in Konark. The place is among the world’s heritage sites and famous for its significant sculptural designs. The Konark Dance Festival showcases the best of the traditional and classical dance forms of India,
11 Jul
World Population Day
  Start:  11/07/2019  -  End:  11/07/2019
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Introduction: World Population Day is an event of global observation that raises awareness for global population issues. The day also highlights the population data and its importance for development. Time to Celebrate: World Population Day takes place on 11th July every year Description: World Population day is initiated by Governing Council of the United Nations
23 Jul
Hairyali Amawasya Fair
  Start:  23/07/2019  -  End:  23/07/2019
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25 Jul
Teej Festival
  Start:  25/07/2019  -  End:  25/07/2019
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Introduction: Teej festival is celebrated every year in the month of Shravan, the festival signifies the importance of rain as well as for the married women and unmarried girls observed the day as auspicious and they worship the day seeking good fortune for their partners. The Teej festival is primarily celebrated in the areas of

August Month Festivals

01 Aug
Shyamaharan Jayanti
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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01 Aug
Doll Festival
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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01 Aug
Sitabari Fair
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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Introduction: Sitabari fair is an annual fair that takes place in the Sitabari town of Shahbad Tehsil in Baran District.The fair holds an important and remarkable position among the local people as according to their believe this is the only place where Sita,wife of Lord Rama, spent her life of banishment. Time to Celebrate: Sitabari
01 Aug
Mim Kut Festival
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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Introduction: Mim Kut is among the important festivals of state Mizoram, which is celebrated with great festivity and rejoices all around the state. The festival falls to celebrate the harvesting of the maize crops in which people gather at one place and participate in different acticities. Time to Celebrate: The Mim Kut festival is held
01 Aug
Metemneo Festival
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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Introduction: Every year Nagaland boast lots of cultural festivals which truly presents the various colors of the state in front of the world. Metemneo festival is one among the festivals which are associated with agriculture and harvest of the crops which is celebrated with lots of enthusiasm and rejoices by the local people. Time to
01 Aug
Diggi Pad Yatra Fair
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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01 Aug
Joranda Mela
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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Introduction : Every year the Joranda Mela hosting thousands of people which held annually in the place Joranda, located in Dhenkanal district of Orissa. The fair is become the grand witness of belief and faith during the Magh Purnima. The fair is mainly the festival of Alekh or Mahima dharma religion which continues for three
01 Aug
Ramzan (Roza) Festival
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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Introduction: Ramzan is the most sacred month of Muslims and observed as a fasting month of 29 to 30 days which are the days of patience,humility and devotion. During Ramzan strict constraints are observed on eating,drinking while false, telling lies and betrayel are considered as the most offensive acts.Performing Ramzan is the most strict observation
01 Aug
Parsi New Year (Jamshed Roz) Festival
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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01 Aug
Jhapan Mela
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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Introduction: Jhapan Mela is the famous religious festival of state West Bengal which is dedicated to the Goddess Mansha. The festival is very unique in its own style which commemorate the Goddess of Snakes. The main venue of the festival is Vishnupur in Bankura district of the state that hosted the biggest fair called Jhapan
01 Aug
Jamshed e Navroz Festival
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
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Introduction: Jamshed e Navroz is the first day of a new Persian Year which is celebrated by the Zoroastrians all over the world. The King of Persia, Jamshed  was the first who initiated the celebration of the festival to rejoice the spring season with their glory hence the festival named Jamshed e Navroz to commomorate
06 Aug
Friendship Day
  Start:  06/08/2019  -  End:  06/08/2019
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Introduction: Now a Days, Friendship Day is a popular day celebration among the people specially in the youngsters. The Day is celebrated in all over the world on first Sunday of August’s first week but during the recent years, it has gained more popularity in other Asian countires like India, Bangladesh  etc. The Friendship day
07 Aug
Gayatri Jayanti
  Start:  07/08/2019  -  End:  07/08/2019
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Introduction: Gayatri Jayanti is observed as a birth date of Gayatri Mata who is believed as Ved Mata (mother of all Vedas).  The day is commemorate the Goddess Gayatri’s appearance in the form of knowledge to remove the darkness. The belief that Goddess Gayatri appeared in the form of knowledge on the 11th day of
07 Aug
Naag Panchami Festival
  Start:  07/08/2019  -  End:  07/08/2019
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Introduction: Nag Panchami is the religious festival of Hindu community of India which is popularly celebrated all over the country.  The festival is observed as the worshipping of serpents, who takes an important place in the many religious festivity. Time to Celebrate: Nag Panchami is celebrated on the fifth day of bright half of Shrawan
07 Aug
Raksha Bandhan Festival
  Start:  07/08/2019  -  End:  07/08/2019
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Introduction: India is a land of festivals where many festivals are come to increase strength the relations and their bonding. Raksha Bandhan is such an important festival, which celebrated to honour the relationship between a brother and a sister. On this auspicious day, sisters put tilak on their brother’s forehead and pray for their long
07 Aug
Luv Kuch Jayanti
  Start:  07/08/2019  -  End:  07/08/2019
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11 Aug
Bahulla Chauth Fair
  Start:  11/08/2019  -  End:  11/08/2019
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12 Aug
Nehru Trophy Boat Race Festival
  Start:  12/08/2019  -  End:  12/08/2019
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Introduction: The Nehru Trophy Boat Race is an annually held on the Punnamda Lake in Alappuzha, Kerala. The festival hosts lakhs of people during the event who come from far flung areas and from outside the country also which makes the festival prime on international standards. Snake boats are the major attractions of the show.
14 Aug
Krishna Janamashtami Festival
  Start:  14/08/2019  -  End:  14/08/2019
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15 Aug
Chhapar Mela
  Start:  15/08/2019  -  End:  13/09/2019
   Venue:  Chhapar Mela , Chhapar , Ludhiana , India
Introduction: The Chappar Mela is a regional carnival of Chhapar village in Ludhiana distrct, Punjab. The Chaapar mela is commemorate the memorial of Guga Pir, a Chauhan Rajput by origin who has a sacred shrine, Gugge Di Marhi at the place, built in 1890. Time to Celebrate: The fair is held on th 14th day
15 Aug
Independence Day
  Start:  15/08/2019  -  End:  15/08/2019
   Venue:   , , ,
Introduction: Independence Day is the national festival of India which is celebrated on 15th of August every year to commemorate the triumph of independence over long British rule. The day is celebrated throughout the India with great honor and respect towards our freedom fighters. The celebrations includes mainly the national flag hosting, parades, singing national
15 Aug
Janmashtami Festival
  Start:  15/08/2019  -  End:  15/08/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction : Janmashtami or Krishna Janmashtami is among the most religious Hindu festival that is the birth date of Lord Krishna, who is the incarnation of supreme deity, Lord Vishnu. The festival is celebrated in around all over the country and widely celebrated in north India. The major function is held at Mathura and Vrindavan
16 Aug
Goga Navami Festival
  Start:  16/08/2019  -  End:  16/08/2019
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16 Aug
Goswami Tulsidas Jayanti
  Start:  16/08/2019  -  End:  16/08/2019
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Introduction: Goswami Tulsidas was a great saint, known for his unique discovery of Ramacharitmanas. He was that divine spirit who blessed with extreme, knowledge and intelligence and the only one who got direct speeches of Lord Hanuman which makes him inspired to write the sacred epic. The jayanti is the day to celebrate the birth
17 Aug
Kailash Fair
  Start:  17/08/2019  -  End:  17/08/2019
   Venue:   , , ,
Introduction: The Kailash Fair of Agra is the amalgamation of several cultural activities which held in the place Kailash at a distance of approx 12 Kms from the city Agra. The fair is held in reverence of Lord Shiva and all the devotees of Shiva from around the country come to the venue in the
18 Aug
Paryushan Parva Festival
  Start:  18/08/2019  -  End:  18/08/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Jainism is observed as one of the most religious and sacred religion where paryushan parva is annually celebrated by them. The festival is considered as auspicious among the followers which signifies the conjunction of spiritual powers with physical state of humans. Paryushana or Daslakshana is one of the most important annual holy events for
20 Aug
Baba Ramdev Jayanti (Ramdev Pir)
  Start:  20/08/2019  -  End:  28/08/2019
   Venue:   , Ramdevra , Pokhran , India
One day, young Ramdev wanted to play with a toy horse. His father asked a toy maker to make one wooden horse, and for the purpose, gave him sandalwood and new cloth. The toy maker, however, stole most of the new cloth for his wife, and made the wooden horse from a piece of old
20 Aug
Shri Rani Sati Puja
  Start:  20/08/2019  -  End:  20/08/2019
   Venue:  Shri Rani Sati Puja , Shri Rani Sati mandir , Jhunjhunu , India
Sati (also spelled suttee) is an obsolete Hindu funeral custom where a widow immolated herself on her husband’s pyre, or committed suicide in another fashion shortly after her husband’s death Sati (Sanskrit: सती / satī) is derived from the name of the goddess Sati, who self-immolated because she was unable to bear her father Daksha’s
24 Aug
Hartalika Teej Festival
  Start:  24/08/2019  -  End:  24/08/2019
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Introduction: Hartalika Teej is held every year in the month of Shravan and  the festival signifies the importance of rain as well as for the married women and unmarried girls as they observed the day auspicious and worhip the day for seeking good fortune for their partners. The Hartalika Teej festival is primarily celebrated in
24 Aug
Novidade Festival
  Start:  24/08/2019  -  End:  24/08/2019
   Venue:  Novidade Festival , , , India
The Novidade festival of Goa, celebrated by both Christians and Hindus alike, marks the beginning of the harvest season. On this day, farmers offer a portion of the first rice crop to the church of Goa. During the festival, a large procession is taken out from the field to the church with the priest carrying
28 Aug
Ramdevra Fair
  Start:  28/08/2019  -  End:  28/08/2019
   Venue:  Ramdevra Fair , Ramdevda, Pokhran , Jaisalmer , India
Introduction: जैसलमेर का रामदेवरा मेला Every year Ramdevra fair is observed large number of visitors in the village of Ramdevra,located around 12 Kms from Pokhran,Jaisalmer.Baba Ramdev was the famous saint who took birth in Tanwar Rajput family and the holy place of Ramdevra is the Samadhi place of the saga. Time to Celebrate: 2016-09-03 to 2016-09-12
29 Aug
Ganesh Chaturthi Festival
  Start:  29/08/2019  -  End:  29/08/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Ganesh festival is popularly known as “Ganesh Utsav” is dedicated to Lord Ganesh (son of Shiva and Parvathi), the elephant-headed god of all good beginnings,wisdom and success. The festival is celebrated as the birth day of Lord Ganesha and continues for over ten days mainly in Mumbai thoughit is widely celebrated in other parts
31 Aug
Veer Tejaji Fair
  Start:  31/08/2019  -  End:  31/08/2019
   Venue:  Tejaji Fair , Parbatsar , Nagaur , India
Tejaji (तेजाजी) or Veer Teja (वीर तेजा) (1074- 1103) was a Jat folk-deity who lived in Rajasthan in India. The pages of history of Rajasthan are full of many heroic events, Veer Teja was one of those famous persons in the history of Rajasthan. 2017-09-11 The festival of Tejaji fair is celebrated in Rajasthan in

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