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Indian fairs and festivals fill the dull life of people with colors and gaiety. Explore major fair & festival of India.

Pushkar Fair, RajasthanPushkar Fair
If you want to see and explore the real colours of India then a visit to the famous Pushkar camel fair is a must. With its rustic charm, earthiness and riots of colours and crowd, the Pushkar camel fair beckons all those who want to have a glimpse of real India.
Goa CarnivaGoa Carnival
A true reflection of spirit and cosmo culture of Goa, the Goa carnival attracts thousands from all over the World. The Goa carnival is ultimate manifestation of the ever fun loving sprit of the people of Goa. Come and be a part of this three days colourful extravanza!
Pushkar Fair Rajasthan
Surajkund Crafts Mela, Delhi
Mysore Dasara Karnataka
Ganga Mahotsava Uttar Pradesh
Snana Yatra Orissa
Tarnetar Mela, Gujarat
Thrissur Pooram Festival Kerala
Phang Lhabsol Festival Sikkim
Lumbini Festival Andhra Pradesh
Lohri Kashmir
Ganesh Chaturthi, Maharashtra
Goa Carnival Festival
Kumbh Mela Ujjain
Himachal Pradesh Festivals
Chhath Puja - Bihar
Uttarakhand Fairs & Festivals
Bihu Festival - Assam

India is the land of festivities! A large number of fairs and festivals in the country are celebrated throughout the year, with much enthusiasm and gusto. Infact, these fairs and festivals add color to the mundane everyday life of the people. Some of the fairs and festivals, like Deepawali, have been celebrated in the country since ages and find their origin in the mythological texts and scriptures. Some others have been based on interesting legends, while several of them signify the win of good over evil.

Even the nature of fairs and festivals celebrated in India differs to quite an extent. A number of festivities have a religious significance attached to them. Then, there are those that are related to the changing seasons, basically to the onset of the harvesting season. Many fairs and festivals of India are celebrated to promote tourism or to promote the regional arts and crafts, music, dances, etc. Some of them are organized on a yearly basis to showcase the rich Indian culture and heritage.

Amongst the most important festivals of India are Diwali, Dussehra, Raksha Bandhan, Bhaiya Dooj, Lohri, Baisakhi, Makar Sakranti, Shivratri, Janamashtmi, Pongal, Vishu, Onam, etc. Amongst the major fairs of the country are Kumbh Mela, Ardh-Kumbh Fair, Pushkar Fair, Nagaur Fair, Goa Carnival, Kutchh Mahotsav, Taj Mahotsav, Surajkund Crafts Mela, etc. These fairs and festivals generate enthusiasm amongst people and give them a reason to celebrate. If you want to be a part of these festivities, visit India during the months of October to March, when most of these fairs and festivals are celebrated.

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