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India , the land of varied cultures and traditions is a land of festivals and fairs. Whether you go to the East or the West, North or the South you would be able to enjoy every month a festival or a fair. Every day of the year there is a festival celebrated in some part of the country. Be it cultural or religious, it gives everyone an opportunity to enjoy and join the festivity. Festival is the time to rejoice and have fun. Indian Festivals celebrated by varied cultures and through their special rituals add to the colours of Indian Heritage. Some festivals welcome the seasons of the year, the harvest, the rains, or the full moon. Others celebrate religious occasions, the birthdays of divine beings, saints, and gurus (revered teachers), or the advent of the New Year. A number of these festivals are common to most parts of India .
Festivals usually coincide with the lunar calendar, with dates published only a year in advance, so check with the local tourism office about exact dates (some may move into another month). India has relatively few national holidays when attractions, government offices, and banks are closed: Republic Day, January 26; Independence Day, August 15; Gandhi's Birthday, October 2; and Christmas.

Calendar of Events
Mamallapuram Dance Festival - Tamilnadu
Once the ancient port of the Pallavas, Mamallapuram plays host to a vibrant festival of Dance. Exponents of Bharat Natyam, Kuchipudi, Kathak and Kathakali performed against the magnificent backdrop of the Pallava Rock Sculpture. Mamallapuram Dance Festival is organized during the months of January and February in the city of Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu.
This event witnesses performances on the Indian classical dances such as the Bharat Natyam, Kuchipudi, Kathak, Mohiniattam, Odissi and Kathakali.The prominent people from their respected fields gather for this cultural event that is also promoted by the Tamil Nadu Tourism Department as one of the major cultural attraction to these parts of India.
Pongal - Tamilnadu
Pongal festival is the harvest festival of Tamilnadu-a state in South India. Pongal is like a thanksgiving occasion on which the farmers' fraternity owe their respect and honour to the nature and the farm cattle for being helpful during the harvest. The Pongal festival also marks the onset of Tamil New Year with the first month called 'Thai' and is considered an important
and auspicious occasion for the farmers as they thank the nature for making the harvesting season so wonderful and pray for well-being and prosperity in future as well. Pongal festival has derived its name from a Tamil word that means 'boiling' or 'spill over', in this festival boiling of rice mixed in fresh milk with jaggery in earthen pots are considered auspicious a symbol of good luck.
Republic Day
Republic Day, celebrated on January 26th every year, is one of India’s most important national events. It was on January 26th, 1950 that the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly Sovereign, Democratic and Republic state. On this day -India finally enjoyed the freedom of spirit, rule of law and fundamental principle of governance. The patriotic fervor of the Indian people on this day brings the whole country together even in her embedded diversity.
Carnival, Goa
It may not be on quite the same level as celebrations in Rio, but the riot of colorful costumes and processions, as well as the exuberant dancing and music, make this an especially fun time to visit the tiny state and its beautiful beaches.
Ellora Festival of Classical Dance and Music, Maharashtran interior.
This festival draws some of the country's top artists to the ancient caves at this World Heritage Site. International Yoga Festival, Rishikesh. Spiritually inclined visitors head here to take classes with Yogacharyas from all over the world teaching a variety of yogic disciplines.
Khajuraho Dance Festival, Madhya Pradesh
Get a glimpse of all of India 's great classical dance forms.
Rath Yatra, Puri
In Orissa's seaside temple town of Puri , this is one of the largest annual gatherings of humanity; thousands of devotees come together to help pull the Lord of the Universe and his two siblings through the streets on massive cars.
Onam is one of the greatest festivals of Kerala. It is the festival, which the keralites celebrate unitedly without the difference of caste and religion. Onam is a time for sports and festivities and in Kerala where one third of the area is low lying, covered with canals, lakes and backwaters; the people take to their boats and country crafts to celebrate. Colourful aquatic festivals are organized along the sacred rive Pamba. All Keralalites, irrespective of their caste, religion, creed or age, celebrate this festival with one spirit.
There are many unique rituals, ceremonies and art forms related to this ten-days long festival, which is celebrated from the Atham asterisks to the Thiruvonam asterisks in the Malayalam month of Chingam. Of these, the most prominent day is Thiruvonam, the tenth day of the festival.
Nehru Cup Snake Boat Races, Alleppey
The Nehru Trophy Boat Race is one of those events, which the people of Kerala look forward to with excitement. Thousands of Keralites - men, women and children - throng the watersides of Alappuzha to witness the spectacle. Pavilions are set up for spectators on the banks and in the middle of the Punnamada Lake - the venue of the race.
Independence Day
Indians unite to celebrate independence on August 15.
Ganesh Chaturthi
This 10-day celebration of Ganesha, the elephant-headed god, is popular across India , but Mumbai is arguably the best place to experience this vibrant event, celebrated with huge processions, fireworks, and the construction of special shrines. At the end of the festival, clay images of the god are immersed in the sea.
Kullu Dussehra
Head for the Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh, where you can join the crowds when idols of Hindu deities from around the region are brought together in a colorful Festival of the Gods. Similarly ecstatic revelry occurs in Mysore (Karnataka) and Ahmedabad ( Gujarat ).
Diwali (Festival of Lights; also Deepavali)
India, the land of diverse cultures and traditions is a land of festivals and celebrations. It is a land of festivity where Diwali festival is one of the most auspicious & grand occasion which is celebrated with great zeal & warmth among all races and religions. Diwali is also called as Deepavali that means a line of lamps. Being the festival of lights, Deepavali in India is a holy tradition and it symbolizes the victory of light over darkness; darkness refers to ignorance and light refers to knowledge.
It is a major Hindu festival honoring Maa Lakshmi , the goddess of wealth. Celebrated joyously all over India, it is a festival of wealth and prosperity.
Mela (Cattle Fair),Pushkar, Rajasthan
The annual cattle fair in Pushkar, Rajasthan, is the biggest of its kind in Asia . Traders, pilgrims, and tourists from all over the world turn this tiny temple town into a huge tented city, with camel races, cattle auctions, huge bonfires, traditional dances, and the like.
Christmas, New Year
Prepare for increased hotel prices as wealthy Indians celebrate both Christmas and New Year, often by taking the entire family on an extravagant vacation. New Year, in particular, may be marked by compulsory hidden extras such as special entertainment and celebratory meals. Christmas is celebrated with as much fervor, if not more, as it is in the West. City hotels take great advantage of the situation, while in certain areas, such as Goa , midnight Mass and other traditions are observed.
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