Festivals of India

India is very well known for its cultural heritage. The land is known for its unity in diversity. The people of this place are very lively and fun loving. The country celebrate various festivals in which certainly get the most mesmerizing experience.

Diwali, the festival of light, is certainly the most popular one. This is celebrated while remembering the return of Lord Rama after 14 years. This is widely celebrated in every corner of this country. Another very popular festival is Holi. It is widely known as the festival of colors and is celebrated with pomp and joy.

In addition to this, there are several other festivals like EID, Lohri and various other festivals. Your mind and spirit will certainly get filled with the amazing feeling while exploring the thrills and chills of this country.

Kite Festival- Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti is a very popular festival which is celebrated to mark the transition of the Sun into the zodiac sign or into the Maharashi. People celebrate this festival will full pomp and joy. The most attractive feature of this festival is the kite. People fly kite to mark the celebration.

Holi ( Festival of Colors )

The festival of colors is also celebrated in length and breadth of the country. In this, people shower color on each other in order to mark the celebration. The traditional sweet and delicious food is also prepared to celebrate this festival. The main attraction of this festival is the Holika Bonfire. The people also indulge in water fighting to celebrate this amazing festival. After that, the people also worship God and pray to wealth, health and happiness.

Onam

It is a Malayalam festival which is celebrated while remembering the return of King Mahabali. This festival is celebrated with the rain of the flowers. Traditional food is also an attractive feature of this festival. The celebration of this festival marked with the water fight. In this, the showering of flowers is used to mark the celebration. The fair and various other joyful activities also take place in order to celebrate this festival.

Rakshabandhan

This festival is celebrated to show the bondage of love between the brother & sister. This festival is marked to show the responsibilities of the brothers to sisters. In this, the sister tie a knot on the hand of the brother and brother takes an oath to protect her sister in the bad time.

Diwali ( Festival of Lights )

The festival of light is celebrated to remember the return of the Lord Rama after victory over Rawan, the king of Lanka. The main attraction of this festival is the lightening, burning of crackers and preparation of delicious sweet.

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Kerala Boat Race

Vallam Kali is a Malayalam festival in which various sports activities takes place. The main attraction of this festival is Boat Race. This festival is widely known as Kerala Boat Race festival.

Dussehra Festival

Ravan Dahan or Dussehra is another festival which is celebrated with full zeal. This festival is celebrated to mark the victory of good over evil. In the past, Lord Rama defeated the evil king Ravan. To mark this festival, the celebration takes place. The Ravan Statue is put on fire to celebrate the festival. During the celebration, the people distribute sweets in order to celebrate this festival. This festival is widely celebrated in the length & breadth of the country.

Chhath Parva

This festival is dedicated to Lord Surya ( Sun God ). In this festival, the people worship the lord and offer their gratitude for providing life on this planet. This is widely celebrated in the Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand and eastern UP. The people pray and worship so as to get better fortunes. The sweets, food and various other things are some of the amazing features of this festival.

People of India

India is a multicultural society. People of different religion, caste & creed live here peacefully. The diversity in the unity is the peculiar feature of this country. The people who follow different religions, live harmoniously in this country.

India is a secular country. The people belonging to Hindu religion are in majority. The Muslims are counted second in terms of population. The country is a multi-lingual. In most of the regions, regional languages are used to communicate. The people of this place are friendly and pay utmost respect to the guests. You will certain explore various amazing facts about this country while visiting this place.

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