January Month

01 Jan
Dr. Sampurnanand Jayanti
  Start:  01/01/2019  -  End:  01/01/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Sampurnanand Jayanti is an annual commemoration in respect of Dr. Sampurnanand which held on 1st of January.The day is the birth date of the great scholar of hindi and sanskrit.The main fuction is organised in the holy city of Varanasi. Time to Celebrate: Sampurnanand Jayanti is celebrated on 1st of January Description: Dr. Sampurnanand
01 Jan
New Years Day
  Start:  01/01/2019  -  End:  01/01/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
New Year’s Day is the first day of the year, in the Gregorian calendar, and falls exactly one week after the Christmas Day of the previous year. New Year’s Day is a public holiday in all countries that observe the Gregorian calendar. It is traditionally celebrated with firework displays across the globe at 00:00 in
02 Jan
Nagaur Fair
  Start:  02/01/2019  -  End:  04/02/2019
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Introduction: The Nagaur fair of Rajasthan is the second largest cattle fair in the state which is popularly known for its cattle trading where camels, horses and bullocks are the major attractions for trading. The fair is held generally with local glimpses in the Magh month of Hindu Calendar. Time to Celebrate: The Nagaur fair
03 Jan
Chennai Dance Music Festival
  Start:  03/01/2019  -  End:  22/01/2019
   Venue:  Chennai Dance Music Festival Tamil Nadu , T.T. KRISHNAMACHARI AUDITORIUM , Chennai , India
Introduction: Chennai music and dance festival or Margazhi festival is a celebration of classical music and dance of South India held during mid December to mid January in the capital city of Chennai. The festival is held at a number of venues around the city by various ‘sabhas’ or organizations. Besides the auditoriums, well-known temple
04 Jan
Dhanu Yatra Fair
  Start:  04/01/2019  -  End:  12/01/2019
   Venue:  Dhanu Yatra Fair Orissa , , Bargarh , India
Introduction: Dhanu Yatra is regional festival of state Orissa which commemorate the visit of Lord Krishna to Mathura. The Dhanu yatra continues for 7 to 11 days and falls on the the full-moon day of Pausa Purnima. It takes place in the large ground of Baragarh in Baragarh District of Orissa. The festival is celebrated
05 Jan
Guru Hargobind Singh Jayanti
  Start:  05/01/2019  -  End:  06/01/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
  Guru Gobind Singh, born Gobind Rai (22 December 1666 – 7 October 1708), was the 10th Sikh Guru, a spiritual master, warrior, poet and philosopher. When his father, Guru Tegh Bahadur, was beheaded for refusing to convert to Islam, Guru Gobind Singh was formally installed as the leader of the Sikhs at age nine,
06 Jan
Van Mahotsava Day
  Start:  06/01/2019  -  End:  06/01/2019
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06 Jan
Island Tourism Festival
  Start:  06/01/2019  -  End:  15/01/2019
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07 Jan
National Sports Day
  Start:  07/01/2019  -  End:  07/01/2019
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Introduction: Major Dhyan Chand was a renowned hockey player of India and has won several hearts by his universal talents of playing and won several great medals including three Olympic Gold medals. August 29th was the birth date of the player and to commemorate the contribution of Dhyan Chand, it was declared as “National Sports
09 Jan
Hampi Festival
  Start:  09/01/2019  -  End:  11/01/2019
   Venue:  Hampi Festival Karnataka , , Hampi , India
Introduction: Hampi Festival is an annual celebration which is held in the first week of November every year. The Hampi Festival is truly an extravaganza to cultural dance, drama and music of Karnataka. The name Hampi is derived from the region where it hosted to commemorate the ancient glory of Hampi which was the capital
13 Jan
Ellora Ajanta Festival Aurangabad
  Start:  13/01/2019  -  End:  13/01/2019
   Venue:  Ellora Ajanta Festival Maharashtra , Soneri Mahal, Dr. Bababsaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Campus & Kalagram, Near Garware stadium, Chikalthana , Aurangabad , India
Introduction: Ellora festival is one of the best occasion to promote the enrich culture and sculptures pattern of India. These ancient caves are situated in Maharashtra state and one of the best tourist attractions of the country. The festival is organised by Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) to portary the growth of contemporary Arts, classical
13 Jan
Ganga Sagar Mela
  Start:  13/01/2019  -  End:  15/01/2019
   Venue:  Ganga Sagar Mela Kolkata , Sagar Island , Kolkata , India
Introduction: Ganga Sagar mela is held every year on the banks of river Hooghly in West Bengal. The fair is among one of the biggest an second largest gathering fiesta after the Kumbh Mela of the country which is fall between the month of January and February. Thousand of pilgrims from different places of the
13 Jan
Lohri Festival
  Start:  13/01/2019  -  End:  13/01/2019
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Introduction: Lohri is the most famous punjabi festival which signifies the agricultural festival during the winter season specially throughout the Punjab and Haryana. The festival is held on 13th of January every year where worshipping of fire is observed. The Lohri festival is celebrated with great zeal and excitement all around the North India. Lohri
14 Jan
Makara Sankranti – Uttarayan Festival
  Start:  14/01/2019  -  End:  14/01/2019
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Introduction: Makar Sankranti is the first festival of a New Year, which usually celebrated with great fervor throughout the India. Though it is celebrated with different names and traditions but the purpose is remains same in all forms. It is considered as one of the most auspicious day among Hindus. It also marks the transit
14 Jan
Makara Jyothi Fair
  Start:  14/01/2019  -  End:  14/01/2019
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Introduction: Makar Jyothi is believed to be the Star that is worshipped as a ritual in sacred Sabarimala. To view the Makar Jyothi during Makar Vilakku is observed very auspicious among the believers. It appears three times during the Deeparadhana on the eastern horizon at ponnambalamedu hills in Sabarimala. Time to Celebrate: At the end
14 Jan
Makar Sankranti Ujjain Festival
  Start:  14/01/2019  -  End:  14/01/2019
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Introduction: Makar Sankranti is the first festival of a New Year, which usually celebrated with great fervor throughout the India. It is considered as one of the most auspicious day among Hindus. It also marks the transit of Sun from Dakshinayana to Uttarayana. In Ujjain, several people take participation in ritual bath in Triveni Sangam
14 Jan
Makar Sankranti Festival
  Start:  14/01/2019  -  End:  14/01/2019
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Introduction: Makar Sankranti is the first festival of a New Year, which usually celebrated with great fervor throughout the India. Though it is celebrated with different names and traditions but the purpose is remains same in all forms. It is considered as one of the most auspicious day among Hindus. It also marks the transit
14 Jan
Makar Sankranti Allahabad Festival
  Start:  14/01/2019  -  End:  14/01/2019
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Introduction: Makar Sankranti is the first festival of a New Year, which usually celebrated with great fervor throughout the India. It is considered as one of the most auspicious day among Hindus. It also marks the transit of Sun from Dakshinayana to Uttarayana. In Allahabad, several people take participation in ritual bath in Triveni Sangam
14 Jan
Bikaner Camel Festival
  Start:  14/01/2019  -  End:  15/01/2019
   Venue:  Bikaner Camel Festival Rajasthan , , Bikaner , India
Introduction: The Camel festival of Bikaner is an important and famous fair that held in the month of January by the Department of Tourism, Art and Culture under the Government of Rajasthan. The festival is mainly organised to enhance the tourism possibilities in the region. The Bikaner Camel Festival is popular among those tourists from
14 Jan
Pongal Festival
  Start:  14/01/2019  -  End:  14/01/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Pongal is the most enchanting harvest festival in South India that particularly celebrated in the Tamil Nadu region. It is observed as the thanksgiving festival to the almighty for providing the prosperous crops during harvest season and continues for four days. It is also celebrated as the onset of Tamil New year. Time to
14 Jan
International Kite Festival
  Start:  14/01/2019  -  End:  14/01/2019
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Introduction : International Kite Festival is celebrated every year on January 14th, is the most colourful and beautiful festival of the land Ahmadabad, Gujarat. The event is the carnival of different colourful and vast sized kites which can be seen in the sky all around on the day. The word international is used to demonstrate
14 Jan
Kumbh Mela
  Start:  14/01/2019  -  End:  14/01/2019
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Introduction: Kumbh Mela is the combined massive pilgrimage of Hindus that held four times in every twelve years at the four locations of Prayag in Allahabad ,Haridwar, Ujjain and Nasik simultaneously.The occurance of the date decided by the astro calculations when the biggest planet Jupiter enters into Kumbha rashi and the sun transits into Aries.
15 Jan
Army Day
  Start:  15/01/2019  -  End:  15/01/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction Indian Army Day is the day to salute the soldiers of armed forces of the country. The day is celebrated to commemorate the Field Marshal K.M.Cariappa, who was the first Commander-in Chief of the Indian Army just after the last British Commander Francis Butcher in 1949. The main festival of Army Day is held
15 Jan
Kerala Village Fair
  Start:  15/01/2019  -  End:  24/01/2019
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15 Jan
Bihu Festival
  Start:  15/01/2019  -  End:  15/03/2019
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Introduction: The Bihu festival of Assam is the biggest regional festival of the state. The festival rejoices the new year celebrations of Assamese New Year which has an important significance among the regional people of Assam. According to their myths they believe it brings the prosperity and happiness among the state and the harmony irrespective
15 Jan
Indian Army Day
  Start:  15/01/2019  -  End:  15/01/2019
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Introduction Indian Army Day is the day to salute the soldiers of armed forces of the country. The day is celebrated to commemorate the Field Marshal K.M.Cariappa, who was the first Commander-in Chief of the Indian Army just after the last British Commander Francis Butcher in 1949. The main festival of Army Day is held
15 Jan
Magh Bihu Festival
  Start:  15/01/2019  -  End:  15/01/2019
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Introduction: Magh Mela is among one of the Hinduism religion fair in India which is a great amalgamation of beliefs, devotion and dedication. The fair is also observed as the smaller version of the grand Kumbha Mela which held every year in the Sangam pilgrim of Prayag. The fair hosts lakhs of visitors in the
15 Jan
Kolkata Festival
  Start:  15/01/2019  -  End:  18/01/2019
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Introduction: Every year the cultural city Kolkata became the witness of nine exciting days of Kolkata festival. The festival is a cultural extravaganza of nine days which held mostly in the last week of January. Great music, theatre, cookery shows are some of the major attractions of the festival. The people of Kolkata are all
17 Jan
Hindu New Year
  Start:  17/01/2019  -  End:  17/01/2019
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Introduction: Although 1st of January is officially declared as an International New Year Day in all around the world and this only day is celebrated with full excitement and rejoices together around the globe. In India, as per the Hindu mythology and Hindu Calendar, the New Year Day is celebrated according to the religious beliefs
19 Jan
Jaipur Literature Festival
  Start:  19/01/2019  -  End:  23/01/2019
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Introduction : The Jaipur Literature Festival is annually held in the capital, the pink city, the Jaipur. The festival has gained recognition and popularity due to its influential attendants from all over the world. The festival is purely a literature festival where great names in the field of writing and arts come together from across
20 Jan
Modhera Dance Festival
  Start:  20/01/2019  -  End:  22/01/2019
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20 Jan
Saint Sebastian Festival
  Start:  20/01/2019  -  End:  20/01/2019
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Introduction: San Sebastian fiesta is the famous annual celebration that held in the historic city of celebrations San Sibestian in Spain.Saint Sebastian is the patron saint of archers, soldiers, athletes, the dying, enemies of religion, the plague and others. Time to celebrate: Saint Sebastian fiesta is held twice in the month of January and March
22 Jan
Shravan Jhula Mela
  Start:  22/01/2019  -  End:  22/01/2019
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Introduction: Shravan Jhula Mela is one of the major fairs celebrated in Ayodhya in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.This fair enacts the playful spirit of the heavenly deities which is the great occasion for the local people. Time to celebrate: Shravan Jhula Mela is observed on third day of shukla paksh of Shravan month
23 Jan
Subhash Chandra Bose Birthday / Desh Prem Jayanti
  Start:  23/01/2019  -  End:  23/01/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Subhash Chandra Bose Birthday Born: Born on 23rd of January in 1897 in the Cuttack, Orissa Division, Bengal Province, India Died: Died on 18th of August in the year 1945 Nationality: Indian Religion: Hinduism Education: University of Calcutta Famous for: Figure of Indian independence movement President of the Indian National Congress (in 1938) General of
23 Jan
Netaji Subhash Chandra Jayanti
  Start:  23/01/2019  -  End:  23/01/2019
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24 Jan
Paush Purnima / Charta Festival
  Start:  24/01/2019  -  End:  24/01/2019
   Venue:  Paush Purnima / Charta Festival Chhattisgarh , , , India
Introduction: The Charta festival is observed as the harvest festival of state Chhattisgarh in India. The festival is mainly celebrated in the Koriya district of the state.The festival is celebrated on the full moon day or the purnima of the month of paush of the Hindu calendar. Time to Celebrate: The Charta festival celebrtaes in
24 Jan
Rashtriya Balika Diwas
  Start:  24/01/2019  -  End:  24/01/2019
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25 Jan
Maheshwari Jayanti
  Start:  25/01/2019  -  End:  25/01/2019
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Introduction: Maheshwari Jayanti is the religious day of Maheshwari community all around. The day is celebrated to commemorate the Lord Shiva on the day of Maheshwari Jayanti. 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
25 Jan
Sampurnanand Jayanti
  Start:  25/01/2019  -  End:  25/01/2019
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Introduction: Sampurnanand Jayanti is an annual commemoration in respect of Dr. Sampurnanand which held on 1st of January.The day is the birth date of the great scholar of hindi and sanskrit.The main fuction is organised in the holy city of Varanasi. Time to Celebrate: Sampurnanand Jayanti is celebrated on 1st of January Description: Dr. Sampurnanand
25 Jan
Agni Utsav
  Start:  25/01/2019  -  End:  25/01/2019
   Venue:  Agni Utsav Orissa , , , India
Introduction: Agriculture is like their worship for farmers around India as it is the main source of their earning of living. Hence maximum numbers of festivals inside India comes from the village culture of country which is completely agriculture based. Similarly Agni Utsav is one of the major festivals which are particularly celebrated in Orissa
26 Jan
Republic Day
  Start:  26/01/2019  -  End:  26/01/2019
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Introduction: Republic Day is observed as national festival in all around the country and an important day for the constitution of India. It is the day when in 26th of January in 1950,the constitution was marked and enacted and from then the day is celebrated with great pride and enthusiasm throughout the nation. Time to
27 Jan
Lucknow Festival / Lucknow Mahotsava
  Start:  27/01/2019  -  End:  07/02/2019
   Venue:  Lucknow Mahotsava Uttar Pradesh , Regional Park, Sec-L, Aashiana , Lucknow , India
Introduction: Lucknow festival is mainly an amalgamation of culture, arts and crafts of the royal city Lucknow. The festival is held in between the months of November and December which showcases the living culture of Lucknow. Lucknow, who is the capital city of state Uttar Pradesh also, enjoys the rich tradition and elegance of Awadh
28 Jan
Champakulam Boat Race Festival
  Start:  28/01/2019  -  End:  28/01/2019
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Introduction: The Champakulam Boat race is the regional grand boat race carnival of state Kerala. The oldest boat race festival, Champakulam boat race is held on the river Pampa in Champakulam which is around 26 Km from Alapuzzha district where huge crowd comes from all over the state to became witness of the carnival. The
28 Jan
Lala Lajpat Rai Jayanti
  Start:  28/01/2019  -  End:  28/01/2019
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30 Jan
Martyrs Day
  Start:  30/01/2019  -  End:  30/01/2019
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Introduction: Martyrs Day is a tribute to those great martyrs of the country India, who has sacrificed their lives towards the nation in order to serve their country. It was also the same day when, the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi was felled with an assassination. All over the country, the two minutes silence
30 Jan
Mahatma Gandhis Assassination Jayanti
  Start:  30/01/2019  -  End:  30/01/2019
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Introduction: Mahatma Gandhis Assassination Jayanti is a tribute to those great martyrs of the country India, who has sacrificed their lives towards the nation in order to serve their country. It was also the same day when, the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi was felled with an assassination. All over the country, the two

February Month Festivals

01 Feb
Grape Escapade Wine Festival
  Start:  01/02/2019  -  End:  01/02/2019
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Introduction: The Grape Escape day is the local festival of the region in which Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC) conducts a four day festival to bring together the international wine makers under one roof. The festival is popular among the people of hospitality industries from India and abroad. The main purpose of the festival is
01 Feb
Grape Festival
  Start:  01/02/2019  -  End:  01/02/2019
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Introduction: The Grape Escape day is the local festival of the region in which Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC) conducts a four day festival to bring together the international wine makers under one roof. The festival is popular among the people of hospitality industries from India and abroad. The main purpose of the festival is
01 Feb
Vasant Panchami – Saraswati Puja Festival
  Start:  01/02/2019  -  End:  01/02/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Vasant Panchami festival holds an important significance in Hindu mythology. The festival commemorates the Goddess Saraswati who is sole provider of knowledge and wisdom. The day is celebrated as the birth anniversary of the Goddess and an auspicious day to lay the foundation of one’s education in aspect of the importance of the day.
01 Feb
Thirunakkara Arattu Fair
  Start:  01/02/2019  -  End:  01/02/2019
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Introduction: Thirunakkara Arattu is the religious festival of state Kerala which is celebrated annually in commemoration of Lord Shiva.The festival is celebrated in the traditional and cultural manner of the state which makes it unique in its own terms.It is continued for ten days which are the days of festivity and grandeur for the people
01 Feb
Taj Mahotsav Fair
  Start:  01/02/2019  -  End:  01/02/2019
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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
01 Feb
Surajkund Crafts Mela
  Start:  01/02/2019  -  End:  15/02/2019
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Introduction: Surajkund Mela displays the best shows completely based on the rich culture and tradition of the country India. The fair is continues for a fortnight and become a amalgamation of thousands of visitors from in and around the country. the major attractions of the fair is teh different artifacts, handlooms and handicrafts specimen and
01 Feb
Alwar Festival
  Start:  01/02/2019  -  End:  01/02/2019
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Introduction: The three day‘s famous Alwar festival is organized by district administration for promoting tourism in Alwar district. Alwar is a famous district city of Rajasthan which is surrounded by Arawali hill ranges. The city celebrates a number of festivals which are also very popular among the tourists as they are able to get a
01 Feb
Kunda Mela
  Start:  01/02/2019  -  End:  15/02/2019
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Introduction: State Jharkhand of India, is known for its various cultural fairs especially as a cattle trade centre. These fairs are mostly organised by state government to promote and enhance the possibilities of local talents. The Kunda Mela is the biggest cattle fair of the state which is held every year in the district of
04 Feb
Indian Derby Weekend Day
  Start:  04/02/2019  -  End:  05/02/2019
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08 Feb
Baneshwar Fair
  Start:  08/02/2019  -  End:  11/02/2019
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Introduction: The Beneshwar is basically a Shiva Temple which is located in a small delta formed by river Som and Mahi near the Nawa Tapra village. The location is in the Udaipur to Dungarpur route and holds the tribal fair from shukla ekadashi to shukla purnima date in the month of Magh. Time to Celebrate:
08 Feb
Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
  Start:  08/02/2019  -  End:  10/02/2019
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Introduction : The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is the annual festival which held in the entertainment city, Mumbai. The festival is purely an art carnival which continues for nine consecutive days in the month of January or February. The festival owned its name from the name of venue place, Kala Ghoda in Southern Mumbai,where it
08 Feb
Jaisalmer Desert Festival
  Start:  08/02/2019  -  End:  10/02/2019
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Introduction: Jaisalmer symbolizes deserts of Rajasthan. It is a city where big and vast sand dunes are located and create a perfect location for conducting the biggest regional fair, Jaisalmer desert festival. The festival goes long for almost three days which completely based on local elements and heritage. Time to Celebrate: Jaisalmer Desert festival is
09 Feb
Thaipusam Festival
  Start:  09/02/2019  -  End:  09/02/2019
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Introduction: Thaipusam festival is dedicated to Lord Murugan, a Hindu Deity  who was the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati.The festival is mostly celebrated by the South Indian community of India and is observed as remarkable day for the victory of good over evil. The festival is also celebrated other Tamil speaking countries like Malaysia,
09 Feb
Thai Poosam Jayanti
  Start:  09/02/2019  -  End:  09/02/2019
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09 Feb
Shekhawati Festival
  Start:  09/02/2019  -  End:  12/02/2019
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Introduction: Shekhawati festival is the prominent trademark for representing the culture and tradition of Shekhawati region of Rajasthan.The festival is collectively celebrated in region of Shekhawati ie:Nawalgarh, Sikar, Jhunjhunu and Churu.It showcases the glimpses of regional diversity with various cultural programs,activities,rural games,competitions and tours of the region. Time to celebrate: Shekhawati Festival is held on
10 Feb
Rajim Kumbh Mela
  Start:  10/02/2019  -  End:  24/02/2019
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Introduction:   Rajim Kumbh Mela is an annual religious fair of Hindus that continues for fifteen days in the Rajim, Raipur district of state Chhattisgarh.The fair is observed as the most auspicious ritual bath by Hindus at the triveni, confluence of three rivers Mahanadi, Sondur and Pairi near Rajim. The fair is attend by lakhs
10 Feb
Guru Ravi Das Jayanti
  Start:  10/02/2019  -  End:  10/02/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Guru Ravidas was a great saint whose influence was among the prime contributers and actively involve in religious compaigning. Guru Ravidas Jayanti is the birth date of the Guru, who was born in 16th February in the holy city of Varanasi in state Uttar Pradesh. He was the true social reformer who raised compaigns
14 Feb
Valentines Day
  Start:  14/02/2019  -  End:  14/02/2019
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Introduction: Valentine Day is a day of celebrating love all around the world. Though there is not any particular day to express the love and romance but every year 14th February is observed as a Valentine Day to commemorate the feelings of love. It is widely celebrated in almost all over the globe including the
16 Feb
Yellamma Devi Fair
  Start:  16/02/2019  -  End:  16/02/2019
   Venue:  Yellamma Devi Fair Karnataka , Saundatti , Belgaum , India
Introduction: The Yellamma festival is the regional festival of state Karnataka which is celebrated every year as a big fair in the grounds of Saundatti, a small town in the district of Belgaum. The Goddess Yellamma who is also known as Renuka is the sacred worshipping body whose temple is situated on top of the
17 Feb
Chandigarh Rose Festival
  Start:  17/02/2019  -  End:  19/02/2019
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Introduction: The Rose Garden of Chandigarh houses the famous Rose festival which held annually. The Rose festival of Chandigarh is famous for its Rose show which is the largest one of its own in the country. The show houses different breeds of Roses to encourage maximum number of visitors. Time to Celebrate: The festival is
17 Feb
Delhi Garden Festival
  Start:  17/02/2019  -  End:  19/02/2019
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17 Feb
Rural Olympics Fair
  Start:  17/02/2019  -  End:  19/02/2019
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Introduction: Rural Olympics is refer to the rural sports festival of Kila Raipur village near Ludhiana city in Punjab.The village annually host the Rural Olympics which is the amalgamation of traditional sports persons whether men or women from all around the world. The event is unique in its own terms that offers a wide ranges
18 Feb
Dadri Cattle Fair
  Start:  18/02/2019  -  End:  18/02/2019
   Venue:  Dadri Cattle Fair Uttar Pradesh , Dadri , Balia , India
Introduction: Dadri Cattle Fair is the biggest and only one festival in its own terms which continues for almost fifteen days. The cattle fair is organised in tha place Dadri which is 5 Kms far away from Balia district in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Time to Celebrate: The Dadri Cattle fair is commenced from
19 Feb
Pariyanampetta Pooram Festival
  Start:  19/02/2019  -  End:  19/02/2019
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20 Feb
Khajuraho Dance Festival
  Start:  20/02/2019  -  End:  26/02/2019
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Introduction: Khajuraho Dance Festival is held annually for a weak in between the month February and March. The seven days musical extravaganza is promoted by the Tourism Department of Madhya Pradesh where many renowned and famous artistes and performers takes participation. Indian classical dance Styles like Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Odissi, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Kathakali with modern Indian
21 Feb
Swami Vivekananda Jayanti
  Start:  21/02/2019  -  End:  21/02/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Swami Vivekananda Jayanti celebrates the birthday of Swami Vivekananda. Swami Vivekananda’s birthday falls on the Paush Krishna Saptami, the 7th day after the full moon day in the Hindu month of Paush. Therefore the date varies from year to year. According to the English calendar or the generally used Indian Calendar, Swami Vivekananda was born
24 Feb
Central Excise Day
  Start:  24/02/2019  -  End:  24/02/2019
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Introduction: Central Excise day is celebrated all over the India to impress and promote the spirit of unity among the officers of the Department and to improve better tax compliance. Also the Central Excise and Salt Act of 1944, was marked on the same day and the day is observed to celebrate. Time to Celebrate:
25 Feb
Goa Carnival
  Start:  25/02/2019  -  End:  28/02/2019
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Introduction: The Goa Carnival is a three day festival which held every year in the month of February. The vivacious carnival is celebrated in all around the Goa state.  It is one of the eagerly awaited events of the year. The Carnival of Goa is one of the most colorful and popular fiesta throughout the
25 Feb
Bhavnath Fair
  Start:  25/02/2019  -  End:  25/02/2019
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Introduction:   Bhavnath fair is observed to celebrate the festival of Mahashivaratri in the Bhavnath Mahadev temple. The ancient temple is situated in the Junagarh district of Gujarat. The Bhavnath fair is lasts for three days holds all Hindus customs and myths. The Naga sadhus, sages and other devotees come to place to participate in
25 Feb
Vishu Festival
  Start:  25/02/2019  -  End:  25/02/2019
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Introduction: Vishu is celebrated as the beginning celebrations of the New Year by the people of Kerala and in other nearby states. The day is considered very auspicious for Keralite as they believe it brings the good fortune with the forthcoming year. Various traditional rituals and activities are performed among them Kani is the most
27 Feb
Natyanjali Festival
  Start:  27/02/2019  -  End:  03/03/2019
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Introduction: Natyanjali Dance Festival is a five day long dance and music festival whish is held every year in the cultural place of Thanjavur. The festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and religious fervor that provides the artists whether from classical dance or other, a grand platform to perform and show their best skills. Time
27 Feb
Natyanjali Dance Festival
  Start:  27/02/2019  -  End:  03/03/2019
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Introduction: Natyanjali Dance Festival is a five day long dance and music festival whish is held every year in the cultural place of Thanjavur. The festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and religious fervor that provides the artists whether from classical dance or other, a grand platform to perform and show their best skills. Time
28 Feb
Surdas Jayanti
  Start:  28/02/2019  -  End:  28/02/2019
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Introduction: Sant Surdas is the famous poet and sacred disciple of Lord Krishna who spread the devotion and comittment towards lord krishna through his enormous poems and literary work.He was blind from the birth and dedicated himself towards Lord Krishna from childhood.His poems connects with the God and have been played an important role in
28 Feb
National Science Day
  Start:  28/02/2019  -  End:  28/02/2019
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Introduction: National Science Day is a particular day to commemorate the word done by our scientists and especially the invention of Prof.  C.V.Raman’s the Raman effect. The day is observed on 28th of February every year in which various promotional programs are conducted by Ministry of Science and Technology of the country. Time to Celebrate:
28 Feb
Saint Surdas Jayanti
  Start:  28/02/2019  -  End:  28/02/2019
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28 Feb
Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jayanti
  Start:  28/02/2019  -  End:  28/02/2019
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March Month Festivals

01 Mar
Nav Chandi Fair
  Start:  01/03/2019  -  End:  01/03/2019
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01 Mar
Arattupuzha Pooram Festival
  Start:  01/03/2019  -  End:  01/03/2019
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Introduction The Arattupuzha pooram festival is another famous occasion in Kerala. It is celebrated in the famous Ayyappa temple at Aarattupuzha village which is just 14 kms from Thrissur. The festival is observed as the oldest festivals of Kerala. It is believed that during the festival period, Lord Ayyappa, the presiding deity at the Sree
01 Mar
International Yoga Week
  Start:  01/03/2019  -  End:  07/03/2019
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01 Mar
Uthralikavu Pooram Festival
  Start:  01/03/2019  -  End:  01/03/2019
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Introduction: Uthralikavu Pooram is the annual celebration at Sree Ruthira Mahakaalikavu Temple in Thrissur district of Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali and the festival is the most famous event in the region which continues for eight consecutive days. Time to Celebrate: Uthralikavu Pooram is held in month of February or March every
01 Mar
Dadu Dayal Jayanti
  Start:  01/03/2019  -  End:  01/03/2019
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01 Mar
Losar Festival
  Start:  01/03/2019  -  End:  01/03/2019
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Introduction: Losar festival is popularly known as the Tibetan New Year. It is celebrated to commemorate the advent of the New Year which is considered as the most important of all the Buddhist festivals. The celebration of the festival is continued for about two weeks which are full of rituals, shows, ancient ritual fights etc.
03 Mar
Chapchar Kut Festival
  Start:  03/03/2019  -  End:  03/03/2019
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Introduction: The Chapchur Kut is the regional festival of Mizoram state of India. The Chapchur Kut is a annual celebration by the natives of Mizoram to celebrate the completion of cutting of Jhums. The basic earnings of the people comes from agriculture and they worship the day as thanksgiving their regards for successfully completion of
03 Mar
Breast Feeding Week
  Start:  03/03/2019  -  End:  03/03/2019
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Introduction: The Breast Feeding week is a global campaign that celebrates around the world every year. The idea behind the celebration is to promote the breast feeding to infant in early stages to decelerate their mortality rate and to encourage about the breast feeding nutrients. Time to Celebrate: The Breast feeding week is celebrate from
04 Mar
Chinakkathoor Pooram Festival
  Start:  04/03/2019  -  End:  04/03/2019
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Introduction: The Chinakkathoor Pooram is the regional celebration of state Kerala in India, held every year in Chinakkathoor Bhagavathy Temple, Palappuram in Palakkad district. The highlight of the daylong pooram at the Sree Chinakkathoor Bhagavathy Temple is a grand procession of 33 gaily caparisoned elephants in the evening. Time to Celebrate: The Chinakkathoor Pooram is
05 Mar
Paripally Gajamela Festival
  Start:  05/03/2019  -  End:  05/03/2019
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Introduction: Paripally Gajamela is an annual elephant procession which held every year in Paripally town in state Kerala. The Gajamela word derived from Gajam means elephant and mela means fair. The festival centralized in the venue of Bhadrakali temple which is observed for prosperity and rejoices. Time to Celebrated: Paripally Gajamela is usually held between
05 Mar
Khatu Shyamji Fair
  Start:  05/03/2019  -  End:  09/03/2019
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Introduction: Khatu Shyam Ji Fair of the famous shrine of Shyam Baba, who is the incarnation of Lord Krishna, is the most popular religious fair in the district area of Sikar. The temple is situated around 48 Km from the Sikar district which is very well connected by both road and rail. The Fair is
06 Mar
Rajiv Gandhi Birthday
  Start:  06/03/2019  -  End:  06/03/2019
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07 Mar
Brij Festival
  Start:  07/03/2019  -  End:  08/03/2019
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Introduction: The Brij festival is an entertaining carnival , significantly marked in honour of Lord Krishna. The festival is held mostly in March every year. Bharatpur in Rajasthan is a place who houses the festival and became the witness of this grand celebration. The Brij festival comprises raslila dances which denotes the eternal love of
08 Mar
International Womens Day
  Start:  08/03/2019  -  End:  08/03/2019
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08 Mar
Bishnupur Festival
  Start:  08/03/2019  -  End:  08/03/2019
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Introduction: Bishnupur festival is a national fair of West Bengal which held in Vishnupur place of Bankura district of the state. The fair is organized to make the glimpses of rich culture and glorious monuments inside the city. Bishnupur is a place to experience the ancient glorious heritage of West Bengal. Time to Celebrate: Every
08 Mar
Putrda Ekadashi Festival
  Start:  08/03/2019  -  End:  08/03/2019
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08 Mar
No Smoking Day
  Start:  08/03/2019  -  End:  08/03/2019
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10 Mar
Holla Mohalla Festival
  Start:  10/03/2019  -  End:  13/03/2019
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Introduction: The Tradition of Holla Mohalla begins from the era of Guru Gobind Singh. The tenth guru of Sikhs initiated the Holla Mohalla which is a weekly festival and consist of various displays and shows of power, fights and bravery skills. Other activities include shabad keeratn, music, poetry and free meals offering for the devotees.
11 Mar
Konkan Turtle Festival
  Start:  11/03/2019  -  End:  12/03/2019
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11 Mar
Railway Week Day
  Start:  11/03/2019  -  End:  11/03/2019
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12 Mar
Ravindra Nath Tagore Jayanti
  Start:  12/03/2019  -  End:  12/03/2019
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12 Mar
Elephant Festival
  Start:  12/03/2019  -  End:  13/03/2019
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Introduction: Elephant festival of Jaipur is unique in its own terms which is conducted annually in famous pink city of India. The Carnival is organised to promote the cultural fiesta and ethnicity of the region. A colourful atmosphere combines with the Elephant festival because of the Holi period.The elephants are the only and major attraction
12 Mar
Holi Festivals
  Start:  12/03/2019  -  End:  31/03/2019
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Introduction: Holi is the most colorful festival of India which is an occasion of brigth colours, festivity, happines and rejoices. It is particularly celebrated in India but also observed in Nepal and Sri Lanka. On the Holi day which is called Dhulandi, people throwing colours and coloured water on each other to make them involve
12 Mar
Quit India Day
  Start:  12/03/2019  -  End:  12/03/2019
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Introduction: Quit India movement is the remarkable and most important freedom movement among the struggle of India’s independence and every year it is commemorate by Quit India Day as the anniversary.Among celebrations various seminars and activities are observed in rememberance of the movement throughout the country. Time to celebrate: Quit India Day is celebrated on
13 Mar
Guru Amar Das Jayanti
  Start:  13/03/2019  -  End:  13/03/2019
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13 Mar
Guru Harkishan Jayanti
  Start:  13/03/2019  -  End:  13/03/2019
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13 Mar
Tulip Festival
  Start:  13/03/2019  -  End:  13/03/2019
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Introduction: Tulip festival is the pride event of Kashmir valley where flower tulip blossoms in the landscape of Indra Gandhi Memorial Tulip garden in Srinagar.The garden is also the largest tulip garden in Asia. This is the season when tulips are in full bloom and swings in their different colorful attires which become the utmost
14 Mar
Vallabh Acharya Jayanti
  Start:  14/03/2019  -  End:  14/03/2019
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14 Mar
Saint Tuka Ram Jayanti
  Start:  14/03/2019  -  End:  14/03/2019
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14 Mar
Veer Savarkar Jayanti
  Start:  14/03/2019  -  End:  14/03/2019
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15 Mar
Gogamedi Fair
  Start:  15/03/2019  -  End:  15/03/2019
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15 Mar
Shivaji Jayanti
  Start:  15/03/2019  -  End:  15/03/2019
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Introduction: Shivaji Jayanti is the celebrations of birth anniversary of the great king and leader Sri Chatrapati Shivaji.He was the founder of great Maratha clan and state.On the day, it is widely celebrated in grand scale in Maharashtra.Several processions skits, dramas are observed in the state and the leaders of various poiltical parties take participation
15 Mar
Omalloor Fair
  Start:  15/03/2019  -  End:  13/04/2019
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Introduction: Omalloor Fair is an annual cattle fair that held in the small town of Omalloor near Pathanamthitta District in state Kerala. The fair is also called Vayal Vanibham which attracts thousands of animal traders from nearby places to participate in grand event. Time to Celebrate: The Omalloor fair is held in Meenam month of
16 Mar
Tarnetar Mela
  Start:  16/03/2019  -  End:  16/03/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: The Tarnetar Mela showcases the rich culture of state Gujarat with great religious fervor.It is among the most popular religious festival which held every year in the Trineteshwar temple, situated in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat.The festival remarks the wedding of Arjuna and Draupadi,the great legend characters of epic Maharashtra.The fair is a promotional
16 Mar
Rajasthan Foundation Day
  Start:  16/03/2019  -  End:  16/03/2019
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16 Mar
Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru Death Anniversary
  Start:  16/03/2019  -  End:  16/03/2019
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17 Mar
Guru Arjun Dev Punya Tithi Jayanti
  Start:  17/03/2019  -  End:  17/03/2019
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17 Mar
Pattadakkal Dance Festival
  Start:  17/03/2019  -  End:  17/03/2019
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Introduction: With the support of Karnataka government,the pattadakal dance festival is held every year in the village of Pattadakal in the state.The festival is extravaganza of classical and dance and music which is dedicated to lord Shiva. Renowned dancers from all over the India participate in the festival which is followed by big craft mela.
17 Mar
Technology Day
  Start:  17/03/2019  -  End:  17/03/2019
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Introduction: National Technology Day is celebrated in all around the country to commemorate the achievements and milestones in the field of science and technology.Recent achievements in term of nuclear energy and breakthroughs of space technology,national missiles programs with all collective extraordinary achievements are the prime keys for the technology day celebration.The main objective of the
18 Mar
Maharana Pratap Jayanti
  Start:  18/03/2019  -  End:  18/03/2019
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Introduction: Maharana Pratap Jayanti is the occasion of pride and elegance for the people of Mewar. The festival is most popular among the Rajputs of Rajasthan which is mainly celebrated in Rajsamand district of Rajasthan every year. It was the birth date of Maharana Pratap. Time to Celebrate: Maharana Pratap Jayanti is celebrated on Shukla
19 Mar
Moatsu Festival
  Start:  19/03/2019  -  End:  19/03/2019
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Introduction: The Moatsu festival is regional fiesta of state Nagaland which continues for a three days and held every year. It is a tribal festival which is celebrated by the Ao tribe with various rituals. The objective of the festival is to pray to God and seeks his blessings for prosperity and promotion of various
19 Mar
Jallianwala Bagh Day
  Start:  19/03/2019  -  End:  19/03/2019
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Introduction: Jallianwala Day is observed as a martyrdom day that pays homage to the martyrs of place Jallianwala Massacre of April 13,1919 where approx fifteen hundred people shot dead instantly and thousands were wounded by continuous shooting under the action of General Reginald Dyer. The massacre was among the major catalyst of freedom struggle and
20 Mar
Sheetla Ashtami Fair
  Start:  20/03/2019  -  End:  20/03/2019
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Introduction: Sheetla Ashtami Fair is an annual procession of Sheetla Mata which held in number of places mainly in Indian state of Rajasthan.The fair also marks the glimpses of culture and tradition of the region which is carried with festivity and zeal by the people. The festival also holds the importance in terms of tourism
20 Mar
Guru Teg Bhadur Jayanti
  Start:  20/03/2019  -  End:  20/03/2019
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20 Mar
Raja Ram Mohan Roy Jayanti
  Start:  20/03/2019  -  End:  20/03/2019
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21 Mar
World Forestry Day
  Start:  21/03/2019  -  End:  21/03/2019
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Introduction: World Forestry Day is a day to commemorate the importance of forests and their score of contribution towards the community. The celebration is observed all around the world and the main objective of the day is to develop a mass awareness for forests, wildlife and increasing global warming. Time to Celebrate: Every year March
21 Mar
Saint Dadu Dayal Punya Tithi Jayanti
  Start:  21/03/2019  -  End:  21/03/2019
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22 Mar
Naina Mata Festival
  Start:  22/03/2019  -  End:  22/03/2019
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22 Mar
World Water Day
  Start:  22/03/2019  -  End:  22/03/2019
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Introduction: The World Water Day is celebrated every year to promote the importance and need of water preservation around the world. The recommendations is done by the United Nations which were initiated since March 22nd,1993 as a World Day of Water. The campaigning to preserve water resources is processed in around all the member nations
23 Mar
World Meteorological Day
  Start:  23/03/2019  -  End:  23/03/2019
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Introduction: World Meteorological Day is celebrated every year by the meteorological community in all around the world. The objective of the day is to commemorate the work of World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Time to Celebrate: World Meteorological Day is held annually on 23rd of March Description: WMO was designated as a specialized agency of the
24 Mar
World Tuberculosis Day
  Start:  24/03/2019  -  End:  24/03/2019
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Introduction: World Tourism Day is held annually around the globe to spread the public awareness about the deadly disease Tuberculosis and to make efforts for the elimination of this disease. The Day has took the effect after the recommendations of IUATLD (International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases) and with cooperation  of WHO it was
24 Mar
Mahashivratri Festival
  Start:  24/03/2019  -  End:  24/03/2019
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Mahashivratri is the most popular and one of the prime religious festivals of Hindus. The festival is to commemorate the Lord Shiva, one of the deities of Hindu supreme Trinity. It is falls on the dark, moonless night of the Phalgun month. People observed one day and night fast on the particular day. It
25 Mar
Kaila Devi Fair
  Start:  25/03/2019  -  End:  10/04/2019
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Introduction : The Kaila Devi fair is a religious fiesta held every year in the month of Chaitra for a continuous fortnight. The fair is famous for its well famous Kaila Devi temple, which is a sacred shrine of Goddess Mahalakshmi and Goddess Chamunda. The venue is located as Kaila Devi temple on the banks
25 Mar
Karni Mata Fair
  Start:  25/03/2019  -  End:  06/04/2019
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Introduction : Karni Mata Fair of Bikaner is an occasion of religious festivity and harmony. The fair is organised on a grand level by the support of district administration. The fair held during the Nine days of Navaratra’s festival to commemorate the deity, Goddess Karni.Popularly she is known as Karni Mata among the devotees who
28 Mar
Gudi Padwa Festival
  Start:  28/03/2019  -  End:  28/03/2019
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Introduction: Gudi Padwa marks a new year beginning in the areas of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and some parts of Karnataka. It is one of the auspicious days of the year when people can start their new ventures and auspicious work. According to Marathi Calendar it is the first day of the new year and celebrated
28 Mar
Chaitra Navratri Festival
  Start:  28/03/2019  -  End:  28/03/2019
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Introduction: Chaitra Navratri is a sacred occasion to celebrate for devotees of Hindu religion. The Navratri is consist of nine sacred days of worship,faith and devotion towards Goddess Shakti.The Chaitra Navratri festival is observed to celebrate the victory of goddess Shakti on Mahishasur. This auspicious festival is celebrated in most of the parts of India.
29 Mar
Attuvela Mahotsavam Festival
  Start:  29/03/2019  -  End:  30/03/2019
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Introduction:   Attuvela Mahotsavam is a water carnival which is celebrated in Elankavu Sree Bhagavathy Temple, Vadayar, Kottayam district of Kerala. Time of the festival:   During March – April every year Description: The Attuvela Mahotsavam is a traditional festival of Kerala which is basically a water carnival. It is also observed that this day
29 Mar
Cheti Chand Jayanti
  Start:  29/03/2019  -  End:  29/03/2019
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Introduction: Cheti Chand is sacred and religious festival of Sindhis. The Sindhi community around the globe celebrate Cheti Chand which is the birth date of Jhulelal, the religious saint of the Sindhis. The day is to commemorate the birthday and also as a New Year day according to the Hindu Calendar. Time to Celebrate: The
30 Mar
Gangaur Festival
  Start:  30/03/2019  -  End:  14/04/2019
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Introdiction: Gangaur is the regional sixteen days festival of state Rajasthan which celebrates throughout the region with equal fervour and devotion. Gangaur pooja is pbserved in honor of Goddess Gauri who is a symbol of saubhagya. The festival pooja is conducted by young girls and married women only where they worship Gangaur which is derived
30 Mar
Mewar Festival
  Start:  30/03/2019  -  End:  01/04/2019
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Introduction: Like many other fairs and festivals of cultural state Rajasthan, Mewar festival is another one fiesta that is celebrated every year in the magnificent city of the state, Udaipur. The festival is celebrated to welcome the advent of spring season. Also during the festival days, celebrations coincide to the famous Gangaur festival. Time to
30 Mar
Doctors Day
  Start:  30/03/2019  -  End:  30/03/2019
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Introduction : In India, The National Doctor’s Day is celebrated on 1st July every year. It is celebrtaed to honour the practises of Doctors and to tribute the great physician Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, who has also been the former chief minister of West Bengal state, as his birth date was July 1, 1882. Time

April Month Festivals

01 Apr
World Book Fair
  Start:  01/04/2019  -  End:  01/04/2019
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Introduction: World Book Fair is an annual book exhibition that is held in Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on grand level and attended by thousands of people from many corners of the world. It is organized by the National Book Trust of India and is the largest book fair of the country. Time to celebrate:
01 Apr
Manav Ekta Divas
  Start:  01/04/2019  -  End:  01/04/2019
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Introduction: The strength of Humanity is lies in unity and if all the humans congregate to showcase the unity then the wonders can happen and no task will be impossible. To promote this spirit, every year Manav Ekta Diva or Human Unity Day is celebrated. Though due to the variations of regions around the world,
01 Apr
April Fools Day
  Start:  01/04/2019  -  End:  01/04/2019
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Introduction: April fool day is celebrated on 1st of April every year around the globe. The day is authorized as a day of enjoyment for doing stupidity, making jokes and other foolishments efforts to make the other people fool. Time of the Festival: April Fool is celebrated on 1st of April every year. Description: About
03 Apr
Urs Festival Ajmer
  Start:  03/04/2019  -  End:  04/04/2019
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Introduction: Sufi Saint Moinuddin Chishti is the founder of Sufi order in India and in the commemoration of him,Urs festival is annually held at Ajmer in Rajasthan.It is the death anniversary of the Sufi saint and continues for six days. Night long processions and qawwali singing are observed during the festival at the venue of
03 Apr
Sai Baba Pooja Divas
  Start:  03/04/2019  -  End:  05/04/2019
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05 Apr
Ram Navami Festival
  Start:  05/04/2019  -  End:  05/04/2019
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Introduction: Ram Navami was that sacred day when Lord Rama took birth in this real world who was the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The Ramnavami commemorates the celebrations of Lord Rama’s birthday which held on the ninth day of Chaitra navratra and marks the end of nine day long Navratras.Lord Rama is known for his
07 Apr
World Health Day
  Start:  07/04/2019  -  End:  07/04/2019
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Introduction: World Health Day is celebrated globally to raise the awareness about the health related issues. The main objective of the day is to make the world resist from diseases and let the people aware of various health problems and their precautions. Time to celebrate: World Health Day is held every year on 7th of
09 Apr
Mahavir Jayanti
  Start:  09/04/2019  -  End:  09/04/2019
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Introduction: Mahavir Jayanti is the most famous and religious festival among Jainism followers as the day is celebrate to commemorate the birth date of Mahavira, the last tirthankara. On the day Jain temples decorated and great enthusiasm can be seen in the Jainism disciples. Jayanti festival is widely celebrated all around the world wherever there
11 Apr
Hazrat Ali Birthday
  Start:  11/04/2019  -  End:  11/04/2019
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11 Apr
Hanuman Jayanti
  Start:  11/04/2019  -  End:  11/04/2019
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Introduction: Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated as the birth date of Lord Hanuman, who is the incarnation of Lord Shiva and supreme devotee of Lord Ram. He was a replica of great physical strength, supreme devotion and perseverance hence it is believed that he can assume any cause by his will only. He is also worshipped
14 Apr
Good Friday Day
  Start:  14/04/2019  -  End:  14/04/2019
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Introduction: Jesus Christ was the founder of Christianity and the day of Good Friday, is to pay tribute to the Father of the religion, the day which is the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. He is the father of Christianity, one of the world’s largest religions. Good Friday comes in the holy week and
14 Apr
Baisakhi Festival
  Start:  14/04/2019  -  End:  14/04/2019
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Introduction: Baisakhi is the most famous festival of state Punjab, celebrated by the Sikh community around the world. The festival is observed as the harvesting year in the state, where the rabi crops are ready to harvest. Baisakhi or Vaisakhi is among the major festivals of Sikh population around the globe.   Time to Celebrate:
14 Apr
Tamil New Year
  Start:  14/04/2019  -  End:  14/04/2019
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Introduction: Tamil New year is especially celebrated by Tamil speaking people of India on the first day of Chithirai month of Tamil Calendar. It is traditionally known as Varsha Pirappu and is observed as the most auspicious day for any beginning. It is also celebrated in Sri Lanka, Singapore,Malaysia and South Africa. Time to Celebrate:
14 Apr
Bohag Bihu Festival
  Start:  14/04/2019  -  End:  14/04/2019
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Introduction: 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: Blood Donor Day is held on 14th June every
14 Apr
Ambedkar Jayanti
  Start:  14/04/2019  -  End:  14/04/2019
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Introduction: Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was also known as Baba Saheb, born on April 14th 1889 in Madhya Pradesh in family of Dalits. The specific date is celebrated around the nation for honouring the services and contribution of Dr. Ambedkar towards the nation. Time of the Festival: On 14th of April every year Description: Dr. Ambedkar
16 Apr
Easter Festival
  Start:  16/04/2019  -  End:  16/04/2019
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Introduction : Easter is the oldest and the most important Christian Festival, the celebration of the death and coming to life again of Jesus Christ. It is widely celebrated around all over the world mainly in Christian community. The origins of Easter date to the beginnings of Christianity. Time to Celebrate : The first day
17 Apr
World Haemophilia Day
  Start:  17/04/2019  -  End:  17/04/2019
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Introduction: World Hemophilia Day is an international observation held every year to raise the awareness for hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. The purpose of the celebration is to improve the lives of people with hemophilia and other generic bleeding disorders. Various campaigns, activities like blood donation camps, health check ups etc are conducted during the
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
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
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
Haldighatti Festival
  Start:  25/05/2019  -  End:  25/05/2019
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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
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
   Venue:   , , ,
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
   Venue:   , , ,
01 Aug
Jhapan Mela
  Start:  01/08/2019  -  End:  01/08/2019
   Venue:   , , ,
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
   Venue:   , , ,
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
   Venue:   , , ,
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
   Venue:   , , ,
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
   Venue:   , , ,
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
   Venue:   , , ,
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
   Venue:   , , ,
11 Aug
Bahulla Chauth Fair
  Start:  11/08/2019  -  End:  11/08/2019
   Venue:   , , ,
12 Aug
Nehru Trophy Boat Race Festival
  Start:  12/08/2019  -  End:  12/08/2019
   Venue:   , , ,
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
   Venue:   , , ,
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
   Venue:   , , ,
16 Aug
Goswami Tulsidas Jayanti
  Start:  16/08/2019  -  End:  16/08/2019
   Venue:   , , ,
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
   Venue:   , , ,
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:  01/09/2019
   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

September Month Festivals

01 Sep
Id-ul-Zuha (Bakr-Id) Festival
  Start:  01/09/2018  -  End:  01/09/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: The famous Eid-Ul-Zuha festival which is popularly known as Bakra Eid is widely celebrated. It is an occasion to give and sacrifice and share among all. Eid-Ul-Zuha arabic meaning “ the feast of sacrifice” itself shows the  significance of the festival where devotees sacrifices their dear animals as sacrificial offerings to the almighty to

October Month Festivals

04 Oct
Autumn Festival
  Start:  04/10/2018  -  End:  04/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction:   The Autumn Flower Show of Meghalaya is world famous for its unique variety of flowers. Meghalaya which is a north Indian state of India is known for its natural beauty and ecstasy. The unique diversity in flora and fauna of this beautiful state makes it prefer among the top tourist destination of India.
04 Oct
Tsokum Festival
  Start:  04/10/2018  -  End:  04/10/2018
   Venue:  Tsokum Festival Nagaland , , TUENSANG , India
Tsokum Festival He Tsokum festival is celebrated in the month of October every year in Nagaland. The festival is mainly celebrated by the Khiamgans tribe with great fun and gaiety. This is the pre harvesting festival. People harvest their crops after thanking God for good crops during Tsokum Festival. The seven day long festival is
04 Oct
Mid Autumn Festival
  Start:  04/10/2018  -  End:  04/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: The Mid Autumn festival is a popular harvest festival of Chinese people which is celebrated every year according to the Chinese calendar. The day signifies the end of the harvesting season. It is also popularly known as Moon Festival or Zhongqiu Festival. Time to Celebrate: The Mid Autumn festival is held on the 15th
05 Oct
Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti
  Start:  05/10/2018  -  End:  05/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: The Maharishi Valmiki Jayant is a festival to commemorate the famous and learned sage Valmiki. The day was the birth date of the Saga who wrote the sacred epic Ramayana. On the day, his disciples performed various rituals along with cultural programs in remembrance of the great poet. Time to Celebrate: The Valmiki Jayanti
08 Oct
Kazri Teej Festival
  Start:  08/10/2018  -  End:  08/10/2018
   Venue:   , , ,
Introduction : Kajari Teej is held every year in the month of Shravan, the festival signifies the importance of rain also the married women and unmarried girls too observed the day as auspicious as they worhip the day seeking good fortune for their partners. The Teej festival is primarily celebrated in the areas of Rajasthan,
08 Oct
Karva Chauth Festival
  Start:  08/10/2018  -  End:  08/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Karva Chauth is the most sacred and affectionate festival of the country which indicates the love and affection between the married couples. On the festival day, married women are observed a day long strict fast for their husbands in order to make their life long, prosperous and healthy. The festival is mainly celebrated in
08 Oct
Munshi Prem Chand Death Anniversary
  Start:  08/10/2018  -  End:  08/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
  Premchand (31 July 1880 – 8 October 1936), better known as Munshi Premchand, Munshi being an honorary prefix, was an Indian writer famous for his modern Hindi-Urdu literature. He is one of the most celebrated writers of the Indian subcontinent, and is regarded as one of the foremost Hindustani writers of the early twentieth
08 Oct
Jai Prakash Narayan Death Anniversary
  Start:  08/10/2018  -  End:  08/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Jayaprakash Narayan 11 October 1902 – 8 October 1979), popularly referred to as JP or Lok Nayak (Hindi for The People’s Hero), was an Indian independence activist, social reformer and political leader, remembered especially for leading the mid-1970s opposition against Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, for whose overthrow he called a “total revolution”. His biography, Jayaprakash,
08 Oct
Air Force Day
  Start:  08/10/2018  -  End:  08/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
  Air Force Day The Indian Air Force  is the air arm of the Indian armed forces. It is the world’s fourth largest air force. Its primary responsibility is to secure Indian airspace and to conduct aerial warfare during a conflict. It was officially established on 8 October 1932 as an auxiliary air force of
09 Oct
Kallaji Fair
  Start:  09/10/2018  -  End:  09/10/2018
   Venue:  Kallaji Fair Bodla Banswara , Bodla Village , Bodla, Banswara , India
Introduction : Kallaji ka mela is among one of the major attractions of district Banswara .It is an annual fair which is very popular among the local people and in nearby areas. The fair starts during the Navratri festival and first Sunday within the period commence the inauguration. The fair also has a multiple venue as
09 Oct
Guru Ram Das Jayanti
  Start:  09/10/2018  -  End:  09/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Guru Ravidas was a great saint whose influence was among the prime contributers and actively involve in religious compaigning. Guru Ravidas Jayanti is the birth date of the Guru, who was born in 16th February in the holy city of Varanasi in state Uttar Pradesh. He was the true social reformer who raised compaigns
11 Oct
Dasara / Vijayadashami Fair
  Start:  11/10/2018  -  End:  11/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: The Dasara festival is the popular Hindu festival of India, although it is celebrated all over the country but the celebration in Mysore is specifically the synonym of Dasara festival. In Mysore the Dasara festival is abserved as one of the major event which shows great zeal and enthusiasm among the dwellers. The hosting
12 Oct
Koratty Muthy Festival
  Start:  12/10/2018  -  End:  30/10/2018
   Venue:  Koratty Muthy Festival Koratty, Thrissur , St. Mary's Forane Church , Koratty, Thrissur , India
Introduction: Koratty Muthy is basically a fiesta dedicated to Virgin Mary who is locoally known as Koratty Muthy. The festival is most important in St. Mary’s churches and attended by thousands of devotees. The celebration is held in the village Koratty of Thrissur district. Koratty Muthy’s (St Mary’s) Forane church at Koratty is one of
15 Oct
Gajalaxmi Puja
  Start:  15/10/2018  -  End:  15/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Gajalaxmi puja is regional festival of Orissa state in India though it is celebrated in other parts of India also. The pooja is observed to commemorate the Goddess Maha Lakshmi on the full moon day of the month of Ashwin. The Gajalaxmi is the manifestation of Sri Maha Lakshmi wh is a Goddess of
15 Oct
Sharad Purnima Festival
  Start:  15/10/2018  -  End:  15/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Sharad purnima signifies as the most auspicious observation in Hindu mythology. It is the day when moon shows its best sterling glimpse by showering the brightness.It is the full moon day of Ashwin month and marks the beginning of “Sharad ritu” of the year.Moon is most closest to the earth on this day. Time
15 Oct
Marwar Festival
  Start:  15/10/2018  -  End:  16/10/2018
   Venue:  Marwar Festival Jodhpur , Jodhpur , Jodhpur , India
Introduction: The Marwar festival which is popularly known as the Maand festival is the regional festival of state Rajasthan. The festival is of two days which organized at the cultural city, Jodhpur where all the traditional colors of the state displayed by various artistes, offered with folk music and dances. Time to Celebrate: The Marwar
16 Oct
Manektari Punam Fair
  Start:  16/10/2018  -  End:  16/10/2018
   Venue:  Manektari Punam Fair in Gujarat India , Dakor , Kheda , India
Manektari Punam The Manektari Punam Fair, also famous as Mahanektari Poonam, is the popular fair celebrated in Gujarat. Every year, Manektari Punam Fair is celebrated on the 15th day in Ashwin Month, the seventh month of the Hindu calendar. This Mahanektari Mela is organized every year in Kheda district of Gujarat (at Dakor). Gujrati People
17 Oct
Dhanteras Festival
  Start:  17/10/2018  -  End:  17/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Dhanteras is an auspicious starting festival of five days long Diwali celebration. It is observed to please the Lord Laxmi, the Goddess of wealth. As the name Dhanteras itself denotes the meaning “Dhan” meaning money and it is held on the 13th day of Karthik month so observed as “teras”  which collectively called Dhanteras.
18 Oct
Kati Bihu Festival
  Start:  18/10/2018  -  End:  18/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: The Kati Bihu festival of Assam is the biggest regional festival of the state. The festival rejoices the new year celebrations of Assamese New Year which has an important significance among the regional people of Assam. According to their myths they believe it brings the prosperity and happiness among the state and the harmony
19 Oct
Lakshmi Puja
  Start:  19/10/2018  -  End:  19/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Goddess Lakshmi is observed as the supreme deity in Hindu religion and worshipped as the sole Goddess who gives Good Luck, wealth and prosperity. As per the myths the word lakshmi is derived from the sanskrit word “Lakshya” which means aim or goal and she is believed to be the Goddess who help her
20 Oct
Guru Granth Sahib Day
  Start:  20/10/2018  -  End:  20/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Shri Guru Granth Sahib The Guru Granth Sahib contains the scriptures of the Sikhs. It is an anthology of prayers and hymns which contain the actual words and verses as uttered by the Sikh Gurus. Sikhs regard the Guru Granth Sahib as the living Guru. The Guru Granth Sahib, also known as the Adi Granth,
20 Oct
Rayalaseema Food And Dance Festival
  Start:  20/10/2018  -  End:  20/10/2018
   Venue:  Rayalaseema Food And Dance Festival , Ravindra Bharathi , Opposite Legislative Assembly, Saifabad, Hyderabad , India
  Rayalaseema Food And Dance Festival Introduction: Rayalaseema festival is an important occasion for the people of Rayalaseema which is a place in chitoor district of state Andhra Pradesh. The main objective of the festival is to promote the rich artifacts along with the lavish cuisine styles of the region.The festivals drags many tourists from
22 Oct
Mahaveer Nirwan Divas Jayanti
  Start:  22/10/2018  -  End:  22/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Mahaveer Nirwan Divas Jayanti    
22 Oct
Pomblang Lewduh Festival
  Start:  22/10/2018  -  End:  22/10/2018
   Venue:   , traditional House of the Queen , , India
Introduction: Pomblang Lewduh is the regional festival of state Meghalaya which lasts for three days.The festival became the great opportunity for showcasing the local talents specially for the tribal communities of the state. Traditional House of the Queen Time to Celebrate: Pomblang Lewduh is held in the month of October Description: The three days of Pomblang
23 Oct
Thimithi Festival
  Start:  23/10/2018  -  End:  23/10/2018
   Venue:  Thimithi Festival Tamil Nadu , Sri Mariamman Temple, , , India
Introduction: Thimithi fair is celebrated every year by the Tamil communities of India and nearby countries with prompt and grandeur. it is also known as the Fire Walking Ceremony which is usually a procession to commemorate the Draupadi, who is considered as the incarnation of Mariamman.The festival is originated in India and is widely celebrated
24 Oct
Guru Har Rai Punya Divas Jayanti
  Start:  24/10/2018  -  End:  24/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Guru Har Rai 16 January 1630 – 6 October 1661) was the seventh of the Sikh Gurus. He became Guru on 8 March 1644 following the footsteps of his grandfather. Just before his death at age 31, Guru Har Rai Sahib passed the Guru Gaddi to his younger son, the five year old Guru Har
24 Oct
United Nations Day (U.N. Day)
  Start:  24/10/2018  -  End:  24/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
United Nations Day is devoted to making known to peoples of the world the aims and achievements of the United Nations Organization. United Nations Day is part of United Nations Week, which runs from 20 to 26 October. In 1948, the United Nations General Assembly declared 24 October, the anniversary of the Charter of the
25 Oct
Dala Chhath Puja
  Start:  25/10/2018  -  End:  28/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Chhath or Dala Chhath is one of the most famous Hindu festivals of India particular in Bihar and Jharkhand. Chhath festival begins on the sixth day of the Hindu lunar month of Kartik which falls a week after Diwali and continues for four days. The Dala chhath is dedicated to the Sun God, to
25 Oct
Phool Walon Ki Sair Fair
  Start:  25/10/2018  -  End:  03/11/2018
   Venue:  Phool Walon Ki Sair Fair , Indian Oil Bhawan , Janpath , India
Phool Walon Ki Sair Fair: Introduction: Phool Walon Ki Sair Fair is a unique kind of festival which takes place in Delhi and is an age old tradition continued from 16th century.The highlight of the event is the Flower Seller’s Procession,carrying decorated floral fans towards the shrine of the 13th century Sufi saint, Khwaja Utb-ud-din
26 Oct
Bateshwar Fair
  Start:  26/10/2018  -  End:  08/11/2018
   Venue:  Bateshwar Fair Uttar Pradesh , Bateshwar Temples , Bateshwar , India
Introduction:   The Bateshwar Fair is a famous Lord Mahadev festival in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The organizing venue is a Bateshwar city which is 70 km away from Agra. The Bateshwar is a sacred place which has 108 temples of Hindu deities. The grand fair is very popular among the people due to
26 Oct
Durga Ashtami Festival
  Start:  26/10/2018  -  End:  26/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Durga Ashtami is a major festival among Hindus of India which is celebrated with prime dignity, supreme devotion and joy. Though it is celebrated almost all over the country but in West Bengal it has an important significance. Bengalis worshipped Goddess Durga which is a form of deity Shakti. Because by name Durga Ashtami
27 Oct
Godachi Fair
  Start:  27/10/2018  -  End:  27/10/2018
   Venue:  Godachi Fair Karnataka , Godachi , Ramdurg, Belgaum , India
The Godachi fair is a significant fair held in the month of Kartik. Godachi is a village in Ramdurg Taluk. This fair is held in respect of Shri Veerabhadra and it is managed by government. History of Godachi Fair Veerbhadra was formed by Lord Shiva to terminate Daksha’s Yagna. The principality of Ramdurg was a
27 Oct
Rajgir Dance Festival Bihar
  Start:  27/10/2018  -  End:  29/10/2018
   Venue:  Rajgir Mahotsav Bihar , Quila Maidan , Rajgir, Nalanda , India
Introduction: Rajgir Dance Festival is the regional celebrations of three days that held every year in Rajgir district in state Bihar.The festival hosts different performances by eminent artists from music and dance who comes from each corners of India.It is representing the rich Indian culture with ethnicity in glorious showcases. Time to Celebrate: Rajgir Dance
28 Oct
Dhanvantari Trayodashi / Dhantrayodashi / Dhanteras
  Start:  28/10/2018  -  End:  28/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Dhanvantari Trayodashi / Dhantrayodashi / Dhanteras   Dhanvantari is an avatar of Vishnu in Hinduism. He appears in the Vedas and Puranas as the physician of the gods (devas), and the god of Ayurveda. It is common practice in Hinduism for worshipers to pray to Dhanvantari seeking his blessings for sound health for themselves and/or
28 Oct
Pushkar Fair
  Start:  28/10/2018  -  End:  04/11/2018
   Venue:   , , ,
Introduction: Pushkar fair is most famous for its camel fair that is the largest held camel fair of the world.The fair continues for five consecutive days that are the days of celebration and activities specially for the villagers from far and near places and for the foreign tourists who specially flock to the place to
29 Oct
Kali Puja Festival
  Start:  29/10/2018  -  End:  29/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction : Bengal is famous for its rich cultural diversity and the famous Goddess Kali Puja, which is performed with great spirit and belief. The pooja is observed after the two weeks of Diwali Festival which started from the midnight of new moon day in the Kartik month. Goddess Kali is to be worshipped as
29 Oct
Jagaddhatri Puja
  Start:  29/10/2018  -  End:  29/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction : Jagadhatri Pooja is widely celebrated in the Indian state of West Bengal which signifies the worshipping of manifestation of Goddess Durga. The main centre of the pooja celebration is Chandannagar area in the state, approx at 30 Km of distance from the capital, Kolkata which is the place from where the pooja ritual
30 Oct
Phulaich Fair
  Start:  30/10/2018  -  End:  02/11/2018
   Venue:  Phulaich Fair , , Kinnaur , India
Introduction: The Pulaich Fair is the regional festival of state Himachal Pradesh that takes place in the Kinnaur District.The festival attracts many tourists during the event from far flung areas as this is the occasion when the beautiful region of hilly Kinnaur came into most vibrant showcases with traditional events and activities. Time to Celebrate:
31 Oct
Shamlaji Fair
  Start:  31/10/2018  -  End:  04/11/2018
   Venue:  Shamlaji Fair gujarat , Shamlaji temple , Sabarkantha , India
Introduction: Shamlaji Fair is among the major festivals of state Gujarat which continues for four weeks on the Gujarat and Rajasthan state border. The fair is religious fiesta for the people of both the state who come from different parts of the states.It takes place in Shamlaji in the Sabarkantha district. Time to Celebrate: Shamlaji
31 Oct
Dev Uthani Ekadashi Festival
  Start:  31/10/2018  -  End:  31/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Dev Uthani Ekadashi is a sacred date in Hindu festivals calendar. The Ekadashi date denotes the starting of all auspicious ceremonies which has been ceased before the ekadashi period for 4 months as Lord Vishnu goes into sleep and the succeeding period is banned for prosperous work. Time to Celebrate: The Dev Uthani Ekadashi
31 Oct
Indira Gandhi Death Anniversary
  Start:  31/10/2018  -  End:  31/10/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Indira Gandhi, the 3rd Prime Minister of India, was assassinated at 09:20 on 31 October 1984, at her Safdarjung Road, New Delhi residence. She was killed by two of her bodyguards, Satwant Singh and Beant Singh, in the aftermath of Operation Blue Star, the Indian Army’s June 1984 assault on the Golden Temple in Amritsar

November Month Festivals

01 Nov
Rann Utsav
  Start:  01/11/2018  -  End:  20/02/2019
   Venue:  Rann Utsav Gujarat , , Kutch , India
Introduction: Rann Utsav of state Gujarat is an amalgamation of music, dance, culture and tourism of the land. It is held every year in Kutch area,who is known for its diverse land and provide visitors an opportunity to get in touch with the natural aura of the land along with the cultural and musical celebrations.
01 Nov
Tulsi Vivah Festival
  Start:  01/11/2018  -  End:  01/11/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Tulsi Vivah marks the auspicious wedding of Tulsi to Shaligram Shila.It is also observed as a beginning of marriage season for Hindus and an important ritual which is performed on different dates according to the vedic calculations. Time to Celebrate: Tulsi Vivah is held on ekadashi of Hindu month Kartik (October – November) Description:
01 Nov
Teesta Tea Festival
  Start:  01/11/2018  -  End:  01/11/2018
   Venue:   , , ,
Introduction: Teesta Tea Festival is a unique kind of festival celebrated in the Indian state of West Bengal,aims to promote the prospect of tourism in the state.The festival is widely celebrated in the hilly areas of the state so as to celebrate this entertaining festival in the lap of the nature.Many cultural activities,sports,cuisines styles and
01 Nov
Mondei Festival
  Start:  01/11/2018  -  End:  03/11/2018
   Venue:  Mondei Festival Odisha , , Nabarangpur , India
Introduction: Mondei is a very popular festival of Orissa, which signifies the small market place. The festival takes place in the Nabarangpur district in Orissa, which usually a commencement of a harvest during the month of November. The festival is an opportunity for the tribal communities of Orissa to showcase their best talents on this
01 Nov
Renuka Fair
  Start:  01/11/2018  -  End:  01/11/2018
   Venue:   , , ,
Introduction: Renuka fair is another religious festival of state Himachal Pradesh which continues for three days and draws large numbers of visitors from all around the country. The colorful fair days holds various activities like folk dances, music, exhibitions and big markets that are organized by the local people of the state. Time to Celebrate:
01 Nov
Rajyotsava Day
  Start:  01/11/2018  -  End:  01/11/2018
   Venue:  Rajyotsava Day Karnataka , , , India
Introduction: Rajyotsava is the state festival of Karnataka which commemorate the formation of the state.The day is observed on 1st of November every year and was started from 1956 when all the Kannada region of the South India merged to form the state Karnataka. Kannada Rajyotsava Karnataka Formation Day; literally “Birth of the Karnataka state”)
01 Nov
Ningol Chakkouba / Ningol Chakouba Jayanti
  Start:  01/11/2018  -  End:  01/11/2018
   Venue:  Ningol Chakkouba Manipur , , , India
Introduction: Ningol Chakouba is the festival of people of Manipur which represent their traditional heritage through its celebration. The festival is celebrated by married women who come to their parental house on the day to revive and cherish with the family. It is very popular social festival of the Meiteis or the Vaishnavites. Time to
01 Nov
Kalidas Jayanti
  Start:  01/11/2018  -  End:  01/11/2018
   Venue:   , , ,
Introduction: Kalidas Festival is famous extravaganza of music and dance which is annually held in the month of November. The festival is the tribute towards the famous poet Kalidas and commemorating the poet by various forms of arts. The festival is two days event which is conducted by Tourism Department of Maharashtra (MTDC) in collaboration
02 Nov
Gad Ganesh Fair
  Start:  02/11/2018  -  End:  02/11/2018
   Venue:  Garh Ganesh Temple , Garh Ganesh Temple , Jaipur , India
Garh Ganesh Temple is an ancient temple of Lord Ganesh in the city of Jaipur. It is located on the hills near Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort. Garh Ganesha temple is devoted to Lord Ganesha. It is believed that Ganesha is present in the temple in the form of small child – Purushakriti. Located at
02 Nov
Bada Osha Festival
  Start:  02/11/2018  -  End:  02/11/2018
   Venue:  Bada Osha Festival Orissa , Dhabalesvara Siva Temple , Bhubaneswar , India
Introduction:-   Bada Osha is a major festival of coastal Orissa. The day is observed as an important occasion of fasting. The main celebration is organized at Dhabaleswar Temple which is a sacred place of Lord Mahadeva situated on a rocky island in the middle of the Mahanadi river in Cuttack. Time to Celebrate: In
02 Nov
Parumala Perunnal Fair
  Start:  02/11/2018  -  End:  02/11/2018
   Venue:  Parumala Perunnal Fair kerala , Parumala , Pathanamthitta , India
Introduction: Parumala Perunnal,is the religious festival of state Kerala that provides the atmosphere around a magnificent outlook because of its ethnic and traditional way of celebrating.The festival is celebrated at Parumala St. Peter’s & St. Paul’s Orthodox Church in Pathanamthitta. Time of Celebrating: Parumala Perunnal is held around the time of the summer season between
03 Nov
Chandigarh Carnival  Festivals
  Start:  03/11/2018  -  End:  03/11/2018
   Venue:   , Leisure Valley, Sector 10 , Chandigarh , India
Introduction: Chandigarh festival is the regional carnival of Chandigarh city which continues for three days. This mega event is celebrated in the Leisure valley of sector 10 in Chandigarh. The three day’s Chandigarh Carnival is usually observed by the Chandigarh administration to promote the cultural activities and talents of the people of the Chandigarh city.
03 Nov
Chandigarh Garden Festival
  Start:  03/11/2018  -  End:  05/11/2018
   Venue:   , , ,
Introduction: The chandrabhaga is a famous and sacred river in Chandravati place of Jhalarapatan district, prominently it is biggest cattle fair which is around 6 Km from Jhalawar, Rajasthan. The Chandrabhaga fair is observed on the day of Karthik Purnima of the Karthik month of the Hindu Calendar. Time to Celebrate: The Chandrabhaga Fair is
04 Nov
Bali Yatra Festival
  Start:  04/11/2018  -  End:  04/11/2018
   Venue:  Bali Yatra Cuttack Odisha , Mahanadi river , Cuttack , India
Introduction: Bali Yatra or Jatra is an auspicious festival of state Orissa which is a remarkable day of ancient time’s traders when they sailed to other distant islands for the business and commercial purpose. Time to Celebrate:  Full moon day in the month of month Karthik mostly in November – December every year Description: Bali
04 Nov
Hamir Utsav
  Start:  04/11/2018  -  End:  04/11/2018
   Venue:  Hamir Utsav Himachal Pradesh , , Hamirpur , India
Introduction: Hamir Utsav is popularly known for its grand fiesta to highlighten the picturesques of this small district Hamipur of Himachal Pradesh. The festival is held every year to drag the attraction of maximum tourists towards the region. The festival is a collective effort of local people and district administration to commemorate the existence of
07 Nov
Tokhu Emong Festival
  Start:  07/11/2018  -  End:  07/11/2018
   Venue:  Tokhu Emong Festival Nagaland , , , India
Introduction: Nagaland is known for its various tribal communities with their different festivals and celebrations and thus the Tokhu Emong is similarly the same festival, being celebrated by the Lotha Nagas tribal community. It is associated with the harvesting of crops and continues till nine days. The tribal people celebrate these days with lots of
07 Nov
Deepawali (Diwali) Festival
  Start:  07/11/2018  -  End:  07/11/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Diwali is an auspicious and one of the best religious festival of India. It is also called Deepawali signifies that it is the festival of lots of Deeps or lights, a festival full of lights only, lots of rejoices surrounding the air. Diwali is celebrated by all religions in India that represents the religious
07 Nov
Puri Beach Festival
  Start:  07/11/2018  -  End:  09/11/2018
   Venue:  Puri Beach Festival Orissa , , Puri , India
Introduction: Puri Beach Festival is of four days celebration that held every year on the beach of Puri in Orissa. The festival is a great amalgamation of culture, artforms and cuisine of state Orissa.The Puri beach festival is celebrated annually in early November every year. Main Attraction :  Sand art, rock concerts and fashion shows
08 Nov
Govardhan Puja Festival
  Start:  08/11/2018  -  End:  08/11/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Govardhan Pooja comes the very next day of main Diwali festival, somewhere the day is also worship as Annakoot Pooja. The main purpose is to commense the mount Govardhan, a small hillock which was lifted by Sri Krishna to teach the people and make them learn to worship their nature. Time to Celebrate: Govardhan
09 Nov
Bhai Dooj Festival
  Start:  09/11/2018  -  End:  09/11/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction:   India is a land of festivals where many festivals are come to increase strength in the relations and their bonding. Bhai Dooj is such an important festival, which celebrates to honour the relationship between a brother and a sister. It is observed after the two days of Diwali. On this auspicious day, sisters
09 Nov
Ngada Festival
  Start:  09/11/2018  -  End:  09/11/2018
   Venue:  Ngada Festival Nagaland , , Kohima , India
Introduction: Ngada is the regional festival in the state Nagaland which is particularly celebrated by Rengma tribal community. The festival is mainly signifies the end of an agricultural year which continues for eight days and celebrated vibrant local folk music and dance forms. Time to Celebrate: Ngada festival is celebrated at the end of the
11 Nov
Ganga Mahotsav Jayanti
  Start:  11/11/2018  -  End:  14/11/2018
   Venue:  Ganga Mahotsav Jayanti Varanasi , The Ganga River , Varanasi , India
Introduction: Ganga Mahotsav is organised every year on the banks of river Ganga by Department of tourism, Uttar Pradesh to promote the local culture and heritage of city Varanasi. The Ganga Mahotsav a unique and vibrant carnival which continues for five consecutive days holding the divine spirit which enlighten various cultural programs, arts and crafts
11 Nov
Barabanki / Deva Mela
  Start:  11/11/2018  -  End:  11/11/2018
   Venue:  Barabanki Deva Mela , Dewa , Barabanki , India
Introduction: Barabanki Mela is a religious festival of Muslim community not only around the India but it holds an important significance in Muslims of outside India also.The Mela is held at place Deva which is a 10 Km from Barabanki in Uttar Pradesh state. The Mela is celebrated in remembrance of Sufi Saint Haji Waris
11 Nov
Kolayat Fair
  Start:  11/11/2018  -  End:  14/11/2018
   Venue:  Kolayat Fair Bikaner , Kolayat , Bikaner , India
Kolayat is a town in the Bikaner district of the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is also the headquarters of the eponymous tehsil. The town lies 51 kilometres from Bikaner on National Highway 15to Jaisalmer. History Kolayat is an historical centre of pilgrimage where the Vedic sage, Kapila is believed to have shed his body
13 Nov
Nongkrem Dance Festival
  Start:  13/11/2018  -  End:  14/11/2018
   Venue:  Nongkrem Dance Festival Meghalaya , , Khasi Hills , India
Introduction: The Nongkrem Dance festival is five day long celebration which held at the cultural centre of Smit, nearby to Shillong. It is one of the most important festivals of Meghalaya. The locals of the region take participation in vivid dance form of the region which is popularly known as ‘Ka Pemlang Nongrem Dance’. Time
13 Nov
Kurukshetra Festival
  Start:  13/11/2018  -  End:  13/11/2018
   Venue:  Kurukshetra Festival Haryana , , Kurukshetra , India
Kurukshetra is an international techno-management festival conducted annually by the College of Engineering, Guindy, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. It is a four-day festival organized by the college’s CEG Tech Forum. The festival is been named after Kurukshetra, the battlefield of the apocalyptic war of survival between the Kauravas and Pandavas in the great Indian
14 Nov
Guru Nanak Jayanti
  Start:  14/11/2018  -  End:  14/11/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Guru Nanak Jayanti is the sacred day of birth date of the supreme Guru of Sikhs, Guru Nanak. It is also known as Gurpurab as all the birthdays of Sikh Gurus are called Gurpurab. It is the most spiritual and sacred festival of the Sikh community as Guru Nanak Dev is the first and
14 Nov
Children’s Day
  Start:  14/11/2018  -  End:  14/11/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Children day festival is a world wide celebration that dates on various dates in many places around the world. Particularly it is meant to honor the children and commonly observed as an International Children’s day on 1st June and Universal Children’s Day 20th November every year on the recommendations of United Nations. Though Many
14 Nov
World Diabetes Day
  Start:  14/11/2018  -  End:  14/11/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: World Diabetes Day is a global campaign for the awareness of Diabetes and its prevention modes. It was initiated after the recommendations of WHO (World Health Organization) and IDF (International Diabetes Federation) in 1991 to the alarming increase of diabetes all around the world. Time to Celebrate: World Diabetes Day is held annually on
14 Nov
Rash Mela
  Start:  14/11/2018  -  End:  14/11/2018
   Venue:  Rash Mela / Jatra West Bengal , , Cooch Behar , India
Introduction: Cooch Behar is most famous for its festive celebrations and Rash mela is among them which is held every year to commemorate the eternal love of Lord Krishna and Radha.The Fair is annually held in the traditional way of West Bengal where lots of enthusiasm and rejoices are the main attractions among the people.
14 Nov
Vautha Fair
  Start:  14/11/2018  -  End:  15/11/2018
   Venue:  Vautha Fair Gujarat , , Vautha , India
Introduction: Vautha fair is among those cultural fairs of the country that are famous for their prompt and trade purposes.It is known as the greatest animal fair of the region and hosted by thousands of people particularly from rural areas.It is held every year at Vautha where two rivers,Sabarmati and Vatrak meet. Celebrated In: Vautha,
14 Nov
Nimar Utsav
  Start:  14/11/2018  -  End:  16/11/2018
   Venue:  Nimar Utsav Madhya Pradesh , , Maheshwar , India
Nimar Utsav, Maheshwar Indian Folk and Classical Performances. Introduction: Nimar festival is held every year in Maheshwar, a small town, on the banks of river Narmada in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The festival is an extravagant three days of music, dance, cultural acts and grand exhibitions. Time to Celebrate: Nimar festival is held
14 Nov
Kalpathi Ratholsavam Festival
  Start:  14/11/2018  -  End:  16/11/2018
   Venue:  Kalpathi Ratholsavam Festival Kerala , Sree Viswanatha Swamy Temple, Kalpathi , Palakkad , India
Introduction : The Kalpathi Ratholsavam is a regional festival of state Kerala which usually known as the Temple festival and celebrated annually .The festival owns its name Kalpathy from the village Kalpathi in the Palakkad district where it hosts every year at the temple of Sri Visalakshi Sametha Sri Viswanatha Swamy temple. The ancient temple
15 Nov
Qutub Festival
  Start:  15/11/2018  -  End:  19/11/2018
   Venue:  Qutub Festival New Delhi , Qutub complex , Mehrauli , India
Introduction: Qutub Festival is a perfect blend of cultural events which continues for three days and provide a magnified platform to the artists from music.The festival is an extravaganza of classical music and dance where various renowned artists takes participation throughout and outside the country. The festival is organised by the tourism department of Delhi
16 Nov
Kolhaiya Mela
  Start:  16/11/2018  -  End:  16/11/2018
   Venue:  Kolhaiya Mela Jharkhand , , , India
Introduction: Jharkhand is the Indian state that is famous for its various cultural fairs and festivals. The Kolhaiya Mela is one of the prime fairs of the state which held every year and is the biggest cattle fair around the region also. The fair is initiated in 1925 since then the tradition of the fair
16 Nov
Thalfavang Kut Fair
  Start:  16/11/2018  -  End:  16/11/2018
   Venue:  Thalfavang Kut Fair Mizoram , , , India
Thalfavang Kut Thalfavang Kut is a major festival in Mizoram which is celebrated after the completion of weeding of the crop fields by cultivators. Many cultural events are organized during this festival including dance performances in unique attires by local people. One of the most awaited festivals in Mizoram is ‘Thalfavang Kut’, which is held
16 Nov
Kundri Mela
  Start:  16/11/2018  -  End:  16/11/2018
   Venue:  Kolhaiya Mela Jharkhand , , , India
Introduction : Kundri Mela is another grand occassion held as one of the biggest cattle fair of the state Jharkhand. Though Jharkhand is most famous for its various fairs among them majorly are large centres of cattle trading. During the Kundri Mela the cattle traders from all around the country come to the place and
17 Nov
Bundi Fair
  Start:  17/11/2018  -  End:  19/11/2018
   Venue:  Bundi Fair Rajasthan , Bundi , Bundi , India
Introduction: The Bundi Utsav is associated with tourism progress in the region. The Carnival is celebrated to attract more tourists from around the world. The Bundi Utsav is celebrtaed in the Bundi city to represent culture, folklore, traditions and cafts of the region along with the different artistes who comes from different places to present
18 Nov
Jhiri Mela
  Start:  18/11/2018  -  End:  18/11/2018
   Venue:   , Baba Jittoo Temple, Jhiri , Jammu , India
Introduction : The Jhiri mela is annually held in the land of Jammu which symbolizes the culture and local traditions. The fair is also an opportunity to promote the tourism and let the outer world know about the beautiful land. The Mela is held in winter season mostly in October or November. Time to Celebrate
19 Nov
Indira Gandhi Jayanti
  Start:  19/11/2018  -  End:  19/11/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
National Integration Day would be celebrated at Saturday, on 19th of November. Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi 19 November 1917 – 31 October 1984) was an Indian politician and central figure of the Indian National Congress party, and to date the only female Prime Minister of India. Indira Gandhi was the only child of India’s first Prime
21 Nov
Majuli Festival
  Start:  21/11/2018  -  End:  24/11/2018
   Venue:  Majuli Festival Assam , , Majuli , India
Introduction: Majuli is the regional festival of state Assam, where all the cultural glimpses and colors of the state can be seen. It is celebrated on the bank of river Luit in Garamur. Different cultural and traditional aspects of Assam participated in the event includes exhibition of various products. Artistes from different fields come and
22 Nov
Vaikathashtami Festival
  Start:  22/11/2018  -  End:  22/11/2018
   Venue:  Vaikathashtami Festival Kerala , Vaikom Mahadeva Temple , Kottayam , India
Introduction: Vaikathashtami Festival is dedicated to Lord Shiva which held every year in the temple of Vaikom Mahadeva in Kerala. The festival is observed as the oldest and biggest religious occasion for the people of the region .The Lord Shiva is worshipped in the form of “Shiva Linga” of Vaikom temple during the festival. District:
23 Nov
Seng Kut Snem Festival
  Start:  23/11/2018  -  End:  23/11/2018
   Venue:  Seng Kut Snem Festival Meghalaya , , Shillong , India
Introduction: Seng Kut Snem is the famous festival of state Meghalaya which is celebrated by the Khasi community. This occasion is mainly celebrated to greet the ancestors of this community and to preserve and protect the Khasi culture. It is a great occasion for the people of community as it influence them to preserve their
24 Nov
Guru Teg Bhadur Punya Divas Jayanti
  Start:  24/11/2018  -  End:  24/11/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Guru Tegh Bahadur 1 April 1621 – 24 November 1675, revered as the ninth Nanak, was the ninth of ten Gurus of the Sikh religion. Guru Tegh Bahadur continued in the spirit of the first guru, Nanak; his 115 poetic hymns are in the text Guru Granth Sahib. Guru Tegh Bahadur was publicly beheaded in
24 Nov
Parab Tribal Festival
  Start:  24/11/2018  -  End:  24/11/2018
   Venue:  Parab Tribal Festival Orissa , , Koraput , India
Introduction: Parab Tribal Festival of Orissa, the name itself signifies the meaning of the event that is a particular fair for tribal community of Orissa. The festival is held at the Koraput district of the state where a number of cultural events showcases the rich and exotic culture heritages of various tribal communities of the
25 Nov
Sonepur Mela
  Start:  25/11/2018  -  End:  25/12/2018
   Venue:  Sonepur Mela Bihar , , Sonepur , India
Introduction: Sonepur cattle fair is the biggest cattle fair in the land of state Bihar.The fair resembles with the historical and ancient event that attracts thousands of visitors from far flung areas to the venue of Sonepur on the confluence of river Ganga and Gandak.The fair continues from the ancient times when Chandragupta Maurya used
25 Nov
Lavi Fair
  Start:  25/11/2018  -  End:  25/11/2018
   Venue:  Lavi Fair SHIMLA , , Rampur , India
Lavi Fair : Lavi fair of Rampur is the most important fair of the district and state. It is a commercial fair held on the 25th of Kartika (November). It is said that the fair was related to the signing of trade treaty between the erstwhile Bushahr State and Tibet.. The shepherds of Kinnaur migrate
26 Nov
Ka Pomblang Nongkrem Festival
  Start:  26/11/2018  -  End:  26/11/2018
   Venue:  Ka Pomblang Nongkrem Festival Meghalaya , Khyrem Syiemship , Shillong , India
Introduction: The Ka Pomblang Nongkrem festival is five day long celebration which held at the cultural centre of Smit, nearby to Shillong. It is one of the most important festivals of Meghalaya. The locals of the region take participation in vivid dance form of the region which is popularly known as ‘Ka Pemlang Nongrem Dance’.
30 Nov
Milad un Nabi Festival
  Start:  30/11/2018  -  End:  01/12/2018
   Venue:   , , ,

December Month Festivals

01 Dec
Hornbill Festival
  Start:  01/12/2018  -  End:  10/12/2018
   Venue:  Hornbill Festival Nagaland , Kisama Heritage Village , Kohima , India
Introduction: Hornbill is a bird which is particularly found in the regions of Nagaland and it also shown up in the tribal forklore of the state. Hornbill festival is particularly named due to its connectivity from the state and it aims to make the state’s beauty consider and highlighten in front of the world. This
01 Dec
National Youth Day
  Start:  01/12/2018  -  End:  01/12/2018
   Venue:   , , ,
Introduction National Youth Day is a particular day for promoting and celebrating the youth power of India. The day was also the birth date of Swami Vivekanand, who was known for his great philosophy and inspirational ideas which are still admired and followed significantly by the Indian Youth. Time to Celebrate: The National Youth Day
01 Dec
Mumbai Kabir Festival
  Start:  01/12/2018  -  End:  01/12/2018
   Venue:   , , ,
01 Dec
Mati Puja
  Start:  01/12/2018  -  End:  01/12/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Mati Puja or the worship of the earth is a festival of crucial importance in the State of Chhatisgarh. The significance lies in the fact that the principal occupation of people here is agriculture. Surhul is also a festival dedicated to the Mother Earth. But, it does not have anything to do with the harvest.
01 Dec
World AIDS Day
  Start:  01/12/2018  -  End:  01/12/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: World AIDS Day is a collective effort to promote the awareness about HIV/AIDS around the world. It is the day when people from all around the globe abide their duties against the most contagious disease around the world. On the day many processions and awareness programs are marked in order to campaign the AIDS
02 Dec
Narsi Mehta Jayanti
  Start:  02/12/2018  -  End:  02/12/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Narsi Mehta Jayanti In India Narsi Mehta Jayanti is a well-known festival of Gujarat and it is celebrated in remembrance of Narsinh Mehta (Narsi Bhagat), the great Gujrati saint-poet (1414-1481). Sri Narsi Mehta is a proponent of Vaishnava poetry and is famous as the ‘Adi Kavi’ in Gujarati poetry (the first ever poet). Narsinh Mehta
02 Dec
Karthigai Deepam Festival
  Start:  02/12/2018  -  End:  02/12/2018
   Venue:  Karthigai Deepam Festival Tamil Nadu , , , India
Introduction : Karthigai Deepam is one of the oldest festival of Tamil Nadu state of India. It is the time of lights, prosperity and happiness which is celebrated in the month of Kartik of Hindu Calendar. The lightening of several lamps are observed in each and every house around the region which is similar to
03 Dec
World Handicap Day / World Disabled Day
  Start:  03/12/2018  -  End:  03/12/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
World Handicap Day / World Disabled Day International day of disabled persons was started celebrating internationally on 3rd of December every year and promoted as an international observance by the United Nations from 1992. The day was greatly emphasized to celebrate it yearly in order to promote the awareness about the people with disabilities as
04 Dec
Tansen Samaroh Festival
  Start:  04/12/2018  -  End:  04/12/2018
   Venue:  Tansen Music Festival Madhya Pradesh , , Gwalior , India
Introduction: Tansen was consider as the greatest and finest classical artist.He was a music composer and a great singer whose talent was extraordinary gifted by the God.He was known for its large number of musical compositions which got recognised from the Mughal period.The Tansen Samaroh is the annually held festival which commemorate the contribution of
04 Dec
Ram Janki Vivah Festival
  Start:  04/12/2018  -  End:  04/12/2018
   Venue:  Ram Janki Vivah Festival Uttar Pradesh , , Agra , India
Ram Janaki Vivah Ram Janaki Vivah is celebrated in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and 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. He killed a demon Rawan. All of those things happened with
06 Dec
Perumthitta Tharavad Festival
  Start:  06/12/2018  -  End:  15/12/2018
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Introduction: Perumthitta Tharavad festival is celebrated to some constant regions of Kerala which is a popular festival of the people of Kerala. The festival attracts huge number of crowd every year to become the witness of the most theyyam forms which are displayed during the event. The event is usually takes place during the New
08 Dec
Lokranjan Festival
  Start:  08/12/2018  -  End:  12/12/2018
   Venue:  Khajuraho Lokranjan Festival Madhya Pradesh , , Khajuraho , India
Come December and there are so many cultural festivals in India that it is really hard to pick just one! The Lokranjan Festival in Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh is one such not-to-be-missed festival. A tribal and folk dance festival, Lokranjan is organised by the Adivasi Lok Kala Academy along with the state tourist department. The festival
10 Dec
Geeta Jayanti
  Start:  10/12/2018  -  End:  10/12/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Gita Jayanti is celebrated around the world to honor the advent day of Bhagavad Gita, a holy historic scripture which contains all the glorious teachings of Lord Sri Krishna to Arjuna.The admirers and followers of this most sacred holy book observed the day on the 11th of Shukla Paksha of Margaseersha month of Hindu
10 Dec
Sawai Gandharva Sangeet Mahotsava
  Start:  10/12/2018  -  End:  10/12/2018
   Venue:  Sawai Gandharva Bhimsen Mahotsav Maharashtra , New English School Ramanbaug , Pune , India
The Sawai Gandharva Bhimsen Mahotsav (formerly known as the Sawai Gandharva Sangeet Mahotsav and simply known as Sawai) is an annual Indian Classical music festival held in Pune since 1953. Arguably the largest, most popular, and sought-after Indian Classical music festival in the world, the festival is hosted by the Arya Sangeet Prasarak Mandal (ASPM)
10 Dec
Human Rights Day
  Start:  10/12/2018  -  End:  10/12/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Human Rights Day is celebrated annually across the world on 10 December every year The date was chosen to honour the United Nations General Assembly’s adoption and proclamation, on 10 December 1948, of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the first global enunciation of human rights and one of the first major achievements of
15 Dec
Chumpha Festival
  Start:  15/12/2018  -  End:  15/12/2018
   Venue:  Chumpha Festival Manipur , , , India
Introduction: The Chumpha festival is the regional celebration of state Manipur of India. Manipur’s Chumpha festival is celebrated by tribals Tanghul Nagas of the state after the harvest season of the year end. The seven days festival is observed as one of the major celebration in the region which celebrates with great rejoice and enthusiasm.
15 Dec
Lumbini Festival
  Start:  15/12/2018  -  End:  17/12/2018
   Venue:  Lumbini Festival Andhra Pradesh , Nagarjuna Sagar , Hyderabad , India
Introduction: The Lumbini is the three days festival of Buddhism religion which is celebrated in the Nagarjunasagara in Hyderabad in state Andhra Pradesh every year. The festival derived its name from the place Lumbini, which is the birth place of Gautam Buddha, the supreme inventor of the religion Buddhism. The festival is observed as one
16 Dec
Gwalior Trade Fair
  Start:  16/12/2018  -  End:  16/12/2018
   Venue:  Gwalior Trade Fair , Race Course Road , Gwalior ,
Introduction: Gwalior Trade Fair is the multifacet cultural fiesta of historical city Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh. It is the biggest and most colorful festival of not only the city but also in the whole North India. Basically it was a trade fair with the other big activities like shopping, seminars, cultural activities, cattle fair and
18 Dec
Chrysanthemums Show Chandigarh
  Start:  18/12/2018  -  End:  18/12/2018
   Venue:  Chrysanthemums Show , , , India
Introduction: The Chrysanthemums show is a famous flower show of city Chandigarh. The event takes place in sector 33 of the city with a great excitement and gathering of a flower lovers. In the show visitor can find the unique and rare species of flowers particularly of the Chrysanthemums. Time to Celebrate: Chrysanthemums Show is
20 Dec
Pawl Kut Festival
  Start:  20/12/2018  -  End:  20/12/2018
   Venue:  Pawl Kut Festival Mizoram , , , India
Introduction: Pawl Kut is an occasion of dancing,singing and merry making for the people of Mizoram.The festival is celebrated to commemorate the harvest season which is a part of thanksgiving ceremony to God.The festival is continues for two days which are days of feasting and  rejoices. Time to Celebrate: Pawl Kut is held for two
21 Dec
Mamallapuram Festival
  Start:  21/12/2018  -  End:  21/01/2019
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21 Dec
Mamallapuram Dance Festival
  Start:  21/12/2018  -  End:  21/12/2018
   Venue:  Mamallapuram Dance Festival Tamil Nadu , , Mamallapuram , India
Mamallapuram, once the ancient port of Pallavas and world famous for its shore temple is situated 58km south of Chennai. It is famous for its monolithic rock sculptures, cave and stone temples. The combination of old 7th and 8th century Pallava carvings, temples and wonderful beaches make the place a beautiful tourist destination. Tamil Nadu
22 Dec
Dr. Ram Gopalacharya Jayanti
  Start:  22/12/2018  -  End:  22/12/2018
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Dr. Ram Gopalacharya Jayanti
22 Dec
ICE Skating Festival Shimla
  Start:  22/12/2018  -  End:  22/12/2018
   Venue:  ICE Skating Festival Himachal Pradesh , , , India
Introduction: Ice Skating in India is mainly fulfilled by the land of Himachal Pradesh which is a remarkable skating zone for adventurous people. Most of the Himalayan regions remains covered with the sheets of snow during winters and tourists can enjoy the pleasure of splashing the ice with ice skating. From December to February the
23 Dec
Ch. Charan Singh Jayanti (Kisan Diwas)
  Start:  23/12/2018  -  End:  23/12/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
23 December: Kisan Diwas Kisan Diwas was observed across the country on 23 December 2013 to celebrate the birthday of Chaudhary Charan Singh. About Chaudhary Charan Singh Chaudhary Charan Singh (23 Dec 1902 – 29 May 1987) was the fifth Prime Minister of India. He served as the Prime Minister from 28 July 1979 to
23 Dec
Poush Mela
  Start:  23/12/2018  -  End:  23/12/2018
   Venue:  Poush Mela West Bengal , Santiniketan , Birbhum , India
Introduction: Poush Mela is a grand regional fair that held every year in the state of West Bengal.The center of the fair is organised at Shantiniketan, the famous place of Rabindra Nath Tagore and showcases the quintessential Bengali culture. Time to Celebrate: Poush Mela is held in between the 7th & 9th day of Poush
25 Dec
Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti
  Start:  25/12/2018  -  End:  25/12/2018
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Introduction: Guru Gobind Singh Jyanti is the sacred and largely worshipped festival of Sikh community which was celebrated with great festivity. Guru Gobind Singh was the tenth Guru of Sikh religion and the festival is observed to honor the Gur and celebrate his birth date. He was born on 22nd December 1666, in city Patna
25 Dec
Christmas Festival
  Start:  25/12/2018  -  End:  25/12/2018
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More Christmas Festival
25 Dec
Christmas Day
  Start:  25/12/2018  -  End:  25/12/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
Introduction: Christmas Day is celebrated on 25th of December every year around the world. The day is to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, the central figure of Christianity. A world wide holiday is declared for the celebrations and the celebration led to the 10 days carnival which ends on 1st January the new day
25 Dec
Kanathoor Nalvar Festival
  Start:  25/12/2018  -  End:  25/12/2018
   Venue:   , , ,
Introduction : Kerala is a land of deep cultural traditions from the beginning. The people of Kerala have their unique style of making and celebrating any kind of festivals. These various diversions make them able to celebrate different festivals in their different formats. The famous Kanathoor Nalvar is the same kind of fiesta which is
26 Dec
Tarpa Festival
  Start:  26/12/2018  -  End:  31/12/2018
   Venue:  Tarpa Festival Dadra and Nagar Haveli , , Silvassa , India
Introduction: Tarpa festival is the regional tribal festival of Dadra and Nagar Haveli which is celebrated with lots of fervor and grandeur in the region.It is primarily portrays the rich tribal culture and tradition of the region.Tribal community like Koli,Kokna and Varli are the main participants in the show. Time to Celebrate: The Tarpa festival
28 Dec
Pinjore Heritage Festival
  Start:  28/12/2018  -  End:  29/12/2018
   Venue:  Pinjore Heritage Festival CHANDIGARH , Pinjore Gardens , Ambala-Shimla Highway, Pinjore , India
Introduction: Pinjore Heritage festival is a procession of celebration of an age old tradition of place Pinjore in Haryana. The event is the much awaited cultural celebration that represents the enriched treasure of historical significance of Mughal period.The local people of the region takes participation in the event in order to make them resemble with
29 Dec
Winter Festival Mount Abu
  Start:  29/12/2018  -  End:  30/12/2018
   Venue:  Winter Festival Mount Abu , , Mount Abu , India
Introduction: Winter festival is the prime opportunity for those visitors who want to spend their vacations in the best hilly picturesque locations with the plethora of cultural activities. It is held every year in Mount Abu and continues for three days. The festival is commemoration towards the culture and traditions of state Rajasthan. Time to
29 Dec
Kalbadevi Yatra and Festival
  Start:  29/12/2018  -  End:  29/12/2018
   Venue:  Kalbadevi Yatra and Festival , Kalbadevi Temple , Mumbai , India
Kalbadevi Yatra and Festival Kalbadevi Yatra and Festival is held annually to the Kalbadevi temple in Mumbai. It is annually held on Margashirsh Amavasya day as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in Maharashtra. Kalbadevi Yatra 2016 date is December 29. Goddess Kalbadevi is also known as Mumbadevi and is believed that she was the residing
31 Dec
New Year Eve
  Start:  31/12/2018  -  End:  31/12/2018
   Venue:  Indian Festivals , India , , India
New Year’s Eve in India New Year’s Eve is one of the largest global celebrations because it marks the last day of the year in the Gregorian calendar, December 31, before the New Year. Count down to the New Year no matter where you are in the world. New Year’s Eve is a day of

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