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Find Summer Fairs and Festivals

  Find Summer Fairs and Festivals in Your Area – A Great Free Resource for Staycations and for When You Travel I found a fun, free website called Fairs and Festivals  which lists all the summer fairs and festivals happening all across our...
by More with Less Today on Jul 23, 2014

Diwali – Festival of Lights

As rightly said, “Modern day India represents the largest democracy in the world with a seamless picture of unity in diversity unparalleled anywhere else.” We in this beautiful subcontinent of India, celebrate a lot of festivals, each state follo...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 29, 2012

The Splurge of Diwali 2012

With Durga Puja coming to a close, the countdown for Diwali 2012 has already begun. People all over the country are going berserk on a shopping spree and the malls are brimming with customers! As the festive mood spreads across … Continue readi...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 28, 2012

Phoolwalon Ki Sair: A Unique Festival of Flower Sellers in Mehrauli Village

Festivities have always been an integral part of the Indian Culture. Every year, we Indians celebrate a variety of festivals to mark the important days and dates that are related to our culture and tradition. Amongst all the festivals, Phoolwalon ...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 26, 2012

The Nine Day Festival Of Navaratri

Since the Navaratri thrill is on, so here we would talk about the places to explore and celebrations during this time across the country. Navaratra is among the most celebrated festival among Hindus. It begins on the first day of … Continue rea...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 22, 2012

Durga Puja in Kolkata

The most important festival of Bengalis is Durga Puja that celebrates the home-coming of the Goddess and her four children, Saraswati, Lakshmi, Kartikeya and Ganesha. Married to Lord Shiva, She stays in Mount Kailash, and during the autumn season, Sh...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 20, 2012

Durga Ashtami – Victory of Good over the Evil !

Durga Ashtami is thought to be among the most auspicious days of the year. This year Durga Ashtami falls on 22nd October. It is basically the 8th day of Durga Navratri. This festival is celebrated all over India with differed … Continue reading...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 11, 2012

Kati Bihu – Colorful Festivals in Assam

Wondering where to travel to this October? Assam is the place where you should be going as it is the time for the festival of Kati Bihu which is a harvest festival. It is celebrated on 18th day of October. … Continue reading →...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 9, 2012

Mahakumbh Yatra 2013 – Witness the History only once in your lifetime!!

From times immemorial, religion has played a definitive role in the lives of many people in India. Kumbh is one of the oldest Hindu-festival, celebrated with enormous faith throughout the world. Kumbh means the Urn, so Kumbh Mela becomes the …...
by India Travel Blog on Sep 28, 2012

10 days of Victory – Dasara (Dussehra) at Royal Mysore

If you’re a aficionado of rich history, temple tours, celebrations and glorious Indian culture, then Mysore is the place to be during the month of October  for the joyous Dasara celebration. Dasara is observed as  ”Nadahabba” or t...
by India Travel Blog on Sep 23, 2012

Navratri Celebration in Gujarat – A Circle of Ecstasy!!

Spread over nine nights, the navratri revels celebrated across Gujarat has its own unique hint of panache.  Barring all lines of communities and age groups and combining a fusion of dance and devotion, navratri is celebrated with an adherent passion...
by India Travel Blog on Sep 23, 2012

In 2012 our mission is to get India SUNBURNT!

The official website of the SUNBURN Festival proclaims on Sunday October 7th Asia’s biggest music festival is heading for the NCR, Unitech Golf Course & Country Club, Noida Place. The Sunburn Festival Noida launched early bird passes for pa...
by India Travel Blog on Sep 23, 2012

Family Fun at the Altamont Fair 2012

The Altamont Fair is back again, running through this Sunday, 8/19. We’re expecting great weather, so if you haven’t checked it out, you should! Lots of critters to see, starting with the ones you’d expect to see on the farm: And on...
by Albany Kid Family Travel on Aug 18, 2012

Shopping Destinations this Teej Festival

Sawan month has stirred the imagination of poets since time immemorial. The very mention of Hariyali Teej bring to mind the images of bangles, swings, songs, colourful sarees and off course Ghewar the traditional sweet for “Sawan Maas”. Hariyali...
by India Travel Blog on Jul 19, 2012

Raksha Bandhan : A Bond of Love

by India Travel Blog on Jul 16, 2012

5 Must Visit Destinations in this monsoon

India in Monsoon is generally thought of as a land where water descends in torrents during monsoons. Hence, it is understandable that the thoughts of rain and floods can dampen your holiday plans in India. However, in reality you do not … Cont...
by India Travel Blog on Jun 17, 2012

Out and About On Mother’s Day

Mothers Day is celebrated in many countries and mean different things in different cultures. In some it happens to be a tribute to mothering. Considering how distant children get from their parents as they grow up, especially in modern times, …...
by India Travel Blog on May 6, 2012

A date with mom on Mother’s Day!!

“God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.” - Rudyard Kipling Mother’s Day is round the corner and all of us are gearing up to salute and acknowledge our mothers to help us in reaching where we are … Continue rea...
by India Travel Blog on May 5, 2012

Celebrating Harvest Festival in India (Part 4: Many ways South India ushers in the harvest & New Year!!)

In south India, harvest season and hindu new year is celebrated in many ways in the different states. In the states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, harvest and Hindu New Year is celebrated as Ugadi. Historically, the festival marks the New …...
by India Travel Blog on Apr 16, 2012

Celebrating Harvest Festival in India (Part 3: West India celebrates the new year in Gudi Padwa)

Maharashtra state in western India joyously celebrates the Harvest and new year in Gudi Padwa. Gudi Padwa is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month to mark the beginning of the New year according to the Hindu calendar. On the … Cont...
by India Travel Blog on Apr 13, 2012


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