The month of April is a sign of a new life. For many, spring is a recreational season. You can feel the energy in nature itself with trees, plants, animals and the eloquent insects coming into life after a torrid and harsh winter. People all over the globe cherish this time with Spring Breaks. » Read more
India is a land of celebration. Owing to the many religions that thrive under the arms of Mother India, all year round you will find the merriment to be alive. March in general is a beautiful season in India. » Read more
India is a land of different cultures and religions. There are many societies and ethnic groups co-existing with each other in harmony. This unique feature of ‘Unity in Diversity’ is the attraction point for many tourists to come on an exploration spree. » Read more
Goa is a magic word for any fun-loving traveler. From the exotic beach parties to the romantic moonlit cruises, Goa is best suited for an immemorial vacation. » Read more
November marks the beginning of cool climate in India. By the end of October, frequent rainfalls would cease and the place starts to cool gradually. With full moon around the corner, this month has many auspicious dates and unique celebrations in its pockets. » Read more
As the common nation goes about our country, if there is any one place that knows how to party then that is India. It is not only the terrain and traditions that are jam-packed in India, but also a calendar rich in diverse celebrations of festivals. » Read more
With the beginning of April the atmosphere of Udaipur starts blending in festive moods. It hosts the colorful Mewar Festival that draws tourists from all across the world. Make sure to attend the festival this year. Read below to know more about the festival.
Holi is one of the most important festivals of India. It is celebrated during spring season in every region of India that marks the commencement of summer. This festival is considered as the festival of colors, as people in India get drenched in colored water and have an enthusiastic color fight throughout the day. » Read more
On completing 35 years of its service, The Art of Living Foundation is organizing the World Cultural Festival from 11 March to 13 March, 2016. The foundation is known for its humanity, immense spirituality and high human values. » Read more
Parmarth Niketan Ashram organizes the International Yoga Festival every year in Rishikesh (India), in association with the Uttarakhand Tourism Development Board, GMVN. This festival is stranded in the source of Yoga. » Read more
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.
India is a secular country and has inhabitants following different religions and observing various festivals. The Christian community in India celebrates Christmas on 25 December every year as most of the countries in the world do. Many countries celebrate Orthodox Christmas on 7 January. » Read more
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Diwali also known as Deepawali is one of the major festivals celebrated throughout India with much enthusiasm. It is the brightest festival of India and is considered as the “festival of lights.” » Read more
The weather in India turns to be cooler and pleasant in the month of November. Therefore, it is considered to be an excellent month to visit India. The month is also said to be auspicious according to Hindu belief. During this period of time you will be able to get indulged into various fairs and festivals organized in all over India. » Read more
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