Indian Fairs And Festivals
India is a rich land which has attracted invaders from Central Europe and Asia who left their imprint on this land, its religions and its lifestyles over 40 centuries. As a result, today, Indian celebrates more festivals than any other country. Nonetheless, Indians are known to celebrate all the festivals with great fan fare and importance.
Festivals in India are determined by the Solar & Lunar positions & they may fall in a different month as specified here.
Makar Sankranti, Lohri, Pongal, Thai Pusam, Float Festival, National Kite Festival, Bikaner Festival, Pattadakal Dance Festival, Id-ul-Fitr, Vasant Panchami,incarnation day ,Green â€˜Sâ€™ Welfare Force Wing Foundation Day.
Mahashivratri, Goa Carnival, Desert Festival, Nagaur Fair, International Yoga Week, Elephant Festival, Deccan Festival, Taj Mahotsav, Surajkund Crafts Mela, Chapchar Kut, Islands Tourism Festival,
Holi, Gangaur, Jamshed-e-Navroz, Ramnavami, id-ul-Zuha, Mahavir Jayanti, Khajuraho Dance Festival, Elephant Festival, Hoysala Mahotsava, Ellora Festival
Good Friday, Easter, Baisakhi, Gudi Padva or Ugadi, Pooram, Maharram, Buddha Purnima, Mewar
Ganga Dussehra, Hemis Festival
Rathyatra, Guru Purnima
Janmashtami, Onam, Nag Panchami, Rakshabandhan, Ganesh Chaturthi
Navratri, Durga Puja, Dussehra, Marwar Festival
Sharad Purnima, Diwali, Guu Purab, Ka Pomblang Nongrem, Sonepur Fair, Pushkar Fair, Hampi Festival
Christmas, Konark Dance Festival.