India is a land of rich cultural heritage which beautifully reflects in its wide range of fairs and festivals. Its calendar is marked with many unique and charming fairs and festivals, each having its own significance. They are intricately woven into the incredible culture of the country and are all about joy, bonding, merry-making and learning. And no celebration in India is complete without delectable culinary delights. Since the country is famed across the globe for its culture, come and get soaked in the colours of its celebrations to experience its beauty. Enjoy its age-old heritage through its fairs and festivals which are a different world in themselves.
Throughout the year some or the other fair or festival is celebrated in India. There are monsoon fair, religious festivals, historical festivals, cattle fair, harvest festival, long life marriage based festival and many more, all carrying a message, a belief and positivity. Diversity can be beautifully seen in these fairs and festivals which are celebrated in different regions of the country. Durga Puja is a famous festival of West Bengal, Diwali is celebrated with great pomp and show in North India, Ganesh Utsav in Maharashtra, Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Onam in Kerala, Christmas and New Year in Goa, Holi in Vrindavan, Snake boat fair in Keralaand Pushkar fair in Rajasthan. Some festivals are dedicated to dance, some to rituals and traditions, some celebrates the good over evil while others are about prayers and feasting.
Be a part of these colourful celebrations to know the real taste of rich Indian culture.