Losar Festival 2016! Celebration and Highlights in India

Losar Festival Ladakh

Losar is one of the major festivals celebrated by the Tibetan Buddhists. It is celebrated as Tibetan New Year. The term Losar, means “New Year” in Tibetan language, Lo-New and Sar-Year. Losar is celebrated for more than 15 days in Tibet. It is also celebrated in India, where the inhabitants follow Buddhism. But in India, the celebration has been restricted for 3 days.

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Why should you visit India during Durga Puja?

Durga Puja is an important festival that is celebrated in India, especially West Bengal. This is a festival that happens for nine days. According to mythology, three goddesses joined together to become Durga to kill a demon. This year, Durga Puja starts on 12th of October and ends on 23rd. The last five days of this festival is the most colourful times of West Bengal. » Read more

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