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Indian Fair and festivals are not only center of attraction for local masses but also are keenly observed by globe trotters as well. Joy and exuberance at Indian festivals is enjoyed with great fervor and gaiety by respective societies and communities. There is a festival in India for every change of season, in respect and honor of saints and gurus. The festivals in India are means of enjoyment and gaiety for every person irrespective of his age group. The festival tour packages are planned to make it an enjoyable landing for tourist around the time of celebration of some of the most popular fairs and festivals in India on specific destinations. Some of the popular festivals tours provided by us are Bikaner Camel fair tour, goa carnival tour, Jaisalmer desert festival, Pushkar camel festival tour and others
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Akshaya Tritiya Festival
Akshaya Tritiya also referred as Akha Teej is considered the most auspicious days of all by Hindus in India. The pious day of Akshay Trithiya falls on the third day (Tithi) of Bright phase of moon (Shukla Paksha) of Hindu month of Vaishakha.....
The charismatic town Alwar is the Gateway of Rajasthan. Alwar is also known as the land of tigers. Alwar is situated at the foothills of the Aravalli ranges. The city derived its name from the Salva tribe located in that region.....
Amongmong festival observed in the first week of September..The festival is mainly celebrated by Sangtam tribe in Nagaland. The tribe celebrates about 12 festivals in the year all related to food production.....
The Attuvela Mahotsavam is a grandiose water carnival as opposed to many of usual temple festivals celebrated in God's own country, Kerala where elephants play an important role and is a centre of attraction. The festival is continued for two days....
Beneshwar Fair is a five days fair starting from Shukla ekadeshi of Magh month of Hindu calendar. This is the unique and biggest tribal fair of the country attracting lakhs of devotees. This fair is annually held in Dungarpur, Rajasthan....
The Brij region is located in the Bharatpur district. The festival is celebrated with lot of fervor and zest. The festival derives its name from the region in which it is celebrated. The Brij Festival is also known as the Brij Mahotsava....
Central Excise Day
Central Excise Day is celebrated all over India on 24th February. Different states of the country conduct various types of programs on this day. The day marks the day of enactment of the central excise & salt act, 1944. The program on the day rewards few of the most sincere and good employees...
Chandigarh Garden Festival
The Festival of Gardens is the three day extravaganza full of excitement and joy. The festival is annually organized in February end and is witnessed by large number of people. This fun filled three day festival adds life to the hosting place Chandigarh....
Christmas Day Festival
The term Christmas is a translation of the Old English version - 'Cristes Maesse' which literally means the "Mass of Christ". It is a traditional holiday in the Christian calendar and the most auspicious and holistic Christian festival observed across the globe on December 25th with much fanfare....
The Chumpha Festival is an annual harvest Festival held in the state of Manipur every year. This Festival is mainly celebrated by the Tanghul Nagas of Manipur, for whom it is one of the most important festivals and they celebrate this festival with great joy, merriment, fun and frolic....
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