Events & Festivals

Come and experience our incredible festivals. Indian fairs and festivals are the major attraction and best way to explore India. India is a land of festivals and fairs. In India, every region, every season and every religion has plenty to celebrate. Celebrations centre around prayers, seeking blessings, exchanging goodwill, decorating houses, wearing new clothes, music, dance, traditional sports and feasting. India also hosts a large number of contemporary events celebrating culture, art, dance, music, food, literature and sports etc.

The website also provides access to live streaming from various places of pilgrimage from its online darshan page.

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Art & Culture

Art & Culture

India is a perfect blend of arts and culture, where classical melodies merge seamlessly with a mesmerising mosaic of ancient handicrafts, fascinating festivals and scintillating sculptures. E.g.: Pushkar Camel Fair - Rajasthan, Surajkund Mela in Faridabad- Haryana Rann Utsav in Kutch -Gujarat.

Spiritual

Spiritual

From grand temples and mosques to opulent churches, magnificent gurudwaras and serene monasteries, India is the home of religion and pilgrimage. E.g.: Deepotsava in Ayodhya, Durga Puja Kolkata, Ganesh Chaturthi Maharashtra, Urs at Ajmer.

Music

Music

With the classical traditions of music in India like the Hindustani classical tradition and the Carnatic classical tradition, music has been as integral a part of the socio-religious expressions of cultural values as dance in India. E.g.: Udaipur World Music Festival, Ziro festival of Music in Arunachala Pradesh.

Seasonal

Seasonal

With the range of seasons and diversified geography, India is a year-round destination for all seasonal festivals and events. In every season, there are newer delights to explore and exciting adventures to be had. E.g.: National Cherry Blossom Festival in Shillong, Hornbill Festival in Nagaland, Tulip Festival Srinagar.

Culinary

Culinary

Sample the diverse flavours from different regions of the country that are distinctly characterised by the subtle and sophisticated use of spices, grains, fruits and vegetables that are all grown in the country. E.g.: The Grub Fest in Mumbai, Delhi and Pune, Sula Fest in Maharashtra, Mango Festival Delhi.

Dance Festival

Dance Festival

Dance, an eloquent form of expression ranging from classical and traditional to folk and tribal, there are various dance forms in India. The most exquisite way of experiencing these graceful evocations is through the many prestigious dance festivals. E.g.: Khajuraho Dance Festival, Konark Dance Festival in Odisha.

Sports & Adventure

Sports & Adventure

From trekking, mountain biking and mountaineering in the secluded snow-capped Himalayas to surfing, rafting, scuba diving and snorkelling, there are a plethora of options for thrill-seekers in India. E.g.: Boat Race Kerala, Kite Festival Ahmedabad.

Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival

Harvest festivals of Indian states occurs at the time of main harvest of region. Different regions of the country celebrate their own Harvest festival at various times throughout the year. Major harvest festivals in India are Makara Sankranti, which is also known as Pongal, Uttarayana, Lohri, and Bhogali Bihu.

Expo and Exhibitions

Expo and Exhibitions

Expo and Exhibitions are professionally organised events where products and services are displayed. Most big exhibitions take place annually, at the same location. They are usually organised by trade associations, industry bodies, Government organizations and professional exhibition organizations.

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