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Hey I am Ramandeep Singh. Do you want me to help you? Login Sign Up. It celebrated in Nagarjunasagar. Rayalaseema Food and Dance festival Celebrated every year in the month of October. The main aim of the festival is to honor and celebrate the flourishing and exquisite art and cuisine of Rayalaseema area of Tirupati in the Chitoor District of Andhra Pradesh. Visakha Utsavam Visakha Utsav is a tourism event. Main aim of the utsav is to promote the culture, arts, crafts, music and dance of Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Boori Boot Nyishi Boori Boot is celebrated for successful harvest by the Hill-Miris of Nyishi community.
Reh- Idu Festival Reh is one of the important festivals celebrated by the people of Indus. Oriah festival The yearly Oriah festival is held in March or April each year and it typically lasts for a week to 12 days. The Wanchos celebrate this festival as they believe it is a way to pay homage to their deities. Mopin The Mopin is an agricultural festival celebrated by the Galo tribe of Arunachal Pradesh to cebrate harvest.
Nyokum This festival is celebrated by Nyishi tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. Nyok means Earth and kum means togetherness. Sanken Festival Sanken festival is also regarded as the festival of water. It is believed that sprinkling water shows a sign of respect and a cleansing ritual to welcome the New Year. It is a three day long festival and it is celebrated on 14th February every year.
This festival is mainly celebrated by the Khampti tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. Mohmol festival Mohmol is a pre-harvest festival celebrated by the Tangsa community of Arunachalrunachal Pradesh.
Dree festival The Dree Festival is celebrated by Apatani tribe. It is an agricultural festival to bring huge amount of harvest. The festival is celebrated in the first week of September, after the sowing of seeds, to seek prosperity and a good harvest.
Chalo Loku Chalo Loku is a colourful harvest festival, celebrated in the month of October-November,right after the harvest of the paddy field, and before the start of the new Jhum cultivation. It is organized by the Government of Assam, providing the tourists with boundless chances for fun and feast. It usually falls on April Baishagu festival Baishagu is one of the most popular seasonal festival of the Bodos tribe of Assam.
Bihar Rajgir Dance Festival Rajgir Dance festival is takes place every year at Rajgir in Bihar for 3 days Chhath Puja Chhath is an ancient Hindu Vedic festival , which is dedicated to the Sun and his wife Usha in order to thank them for bestowing the bounties of life on earth Bihula Bihula, who was widowed on her marriage night by snake bite.
She is worshipped like a goddess on Nag Panchami day, the fifth day of Shravan month. Modhera Dance Modhera is a place located in Gujarat. Modhera Dance Festival attracts national and international tourists every year. It is one of India's biggest art and cultural festivals, held in the month of January. Pinjore Heritage Festival It is celebrated to promote the rich culture and historic tradition of Pinjore. Himachal Pradesh Halda festival Halda festival is celebrated by the Lamas tribe in the month of January.
Halda is a festival of lights celebrated in Magha Poornima. Nawala festival Nawala is usually celebrated by the Gaddis tribe, as a thanks-giving ceremony to Lord Shiva. It is held in the first month of the Tibetan lunar calendar. Dosmoche festival This festival takes place in Leh and was started by the royals of Ladakh. During this festival, there is a popular traditional dance called sacred mask dance.
Shachukul Gustor This festival is celebrated by people of Shachukul monastery. Shachukul Gustor will take place in the month of July. Phyang Tsedup Phyang Tsedup Festival is one of the special festival, celebrated in the Dringungpa monastery in the month of July and August. Chemrey Angchok This festival is celebrated in Ladakh for two days with great joy. Sohrai festival Sohrai is a cattle worship festival, celebrated by Santal and oraon people living in Jharkhand.
Kerala Onam Onam is an Hindu festival with origins in the state of Kerala. It falls in the Malayalam calendar month of Chingam. Theyyam festival Theyyam is a grand dance festival in Kerala. It is said to be ritual dance in Kerala and is known as Kaliyattam. Arthunkal perunnal Arthunkal Perunnal is a ten day annual feast at the St. Sebastian's church at Arthunkal, a coastal region in Alappuzha District.
Adoor gaja mela The Adoor Gajamela is a fair of elephants. Madhya Pradesh Khajuraho dance festival Khajuraho dance festival is a one- week festival of classical dances held annually. It is organised by the Madhya Pradesh Kala Parishad. Bhagoria mela During this festival, young boys and girls are allowed to choose their life partner.
Lokrang This is a five-day long festival begins every year on 26th January, the Republic Day. Maharashtra Kalidas festival Kalidasa festival celebrated in the honor of the great poet Kalidasa. It is held in Nagpur, Maharashtra every year for two days.
Venue: Bordi, Maharashtra. Pola Famous bull festival of Maharashtra Meghalaya Ahaia festival Ahaia is a winter festival, celebrated to boost the culture and heritage of tribes living in the Garo Hills region of Meghalaya. Chumpha Chumpha Festival is an annual harvest Festival celebrated by the Tanghul Nagas of Manipur in the month of December Mizoram Chapkhar kut festival The Chapchar Kut is an annual harvest festival, celebrated in the month of march.
It is also called the 'Festival of Festivals'. Nuakhai Nuakhai is an agricultural festival mainly observed by people of Western Odisha. Chappar mela Chhapar Mela is celebrated in the village of Chhapar in the district of Ludhiana, Punjab in the month of September. Ramdeoji cattle fair Ramdeoji Cattle fair is a cattle fair and also it is the second largest fair in Rajasthan.
Sikkim Pang Lhabsol Pang Lhabsol is the colourful festival which is celebrated annually. Jallikattu Jallikattu is also known as eru thazhuvuthal and manju virattu. It is a traditional festival in which a bull is released into a crowd of people, and multiple participants attempt to grab the large hump on the bull's back with both arms. Bonalu Bonalu is an annual festival celebrated in Hyderabad and Secunderabad of Telangana. Peerla panduga Peerla Panduga is a festival celebrated by Hindus and Muslims in the state of Telangana Tripura Ker puja Ker puja is the most peculiar festival of Tripura.
Typically held in the month of August. The deity of Vastu Deva is Ker ,which means boundary or a particular area. Kharchi puja Kharchi puja is a Hindu festival celebrated in the month of July or August.
During this festival people worship fourteen gods. Uttarkand Uttarayani mela The people of Uttarakhand celebrates the end of winter season with the Uttarayani or Uttarayan Fair. West Bengal Kenduli mela The Kenduli Mela is a fair held in Kenduli and it is famous for the gathering of the Bauls, a group of mystic minstrels. Ganga sagar mela Gangasagar Mela is second largest festival celebrated in India. Union Territories Andaman and Nicobar Island tourism festival The Island Tourism Festival is the annual cultural event organized for promotion of tourism for islanders.
People thank God not only for the material benefits but also spiritual. Chovoth It is also known as Ganesh chathurthi. Labels: gk , static gk. Newer Post Older Post Home. Can I help you? Join my class here Follow me:. Close Menu. Celebrated every year in the month of October. Visakha Utsav is a tourism event.
Main aim of the utsav is to promote the culture, arts, crafts, music and dance of Andhra Pradesh. The yearly Oriah festival is held in March or April each year and it typically lasts for a week to 12 days. The Mopin is an agricultural festival celebrated by the Galo tribe of Arunachal Pradesh to cebrate harvest.
This festival is celebrated by Nyishi tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. Sanken festival is also regarded as the festival of water. Mohmol is a pre-harvest festival celebrated by the Tangsa community of Arunachalrunachal Pradesh.
The Dree Festival is celebrated by Apatani tribe. Solung is a popular agriculture festivals, celebrated by the Adi Tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. Chalo Loku is a colourful harvest festival, celebrated in the month of October-November,right after the harvest of the paddy field, and before the start of the new Jhum cultivation.
Cha -paddy; Lo means season, and Loku means festival. Magh Bihu is a harvest festival celebrated in Assam, which marks the end of harvesting season in the month of Jan - Feb. This festival is named after the majestic Patkai range and the Dihing River.
Bohag Bihu also as called Haat Bihu is a festival celebrated in the state of Assam, which marks the beginning of the Assamese New Year.
Chhath is an ancient Hindu Vedic festival , which is dedicated to the Sun and his wife Usha in order to thank them for bestowing the bounties of life on earth.
Hey I am Ramandeep Singh. Do you want me to help you? Login Sign Up. It celebrated in Nagarjunasagar. Rayalaseema Food and Dance festival Celebrated every year in the month of October. The main aim of the festival is to honor and celebrate the flourishing and exquisite art and cuisine of Rayalaseema area of Tirupati in the Chitoor District of Andhra Pradesh. Visakha Utsavam Visakha Utsav is a tourism event.
India is a land of festivals with varied cultures and traditions. The thing which makes Indian Culture quite unique is Diversities in all Spheres. Folk Dances of India showcases the cultural diversities and traditions which have evolved over the years. These folk dances are performed to express joy and happiness due to various reasons like the arrival of seasons, weddings, the birth of a child, festivals, etc. Since every festival is accompanied by celebrations, folk dances of India become an integral part of our culture and tradition. There are traditional costumes or props sometimes used during these dances.
They say we should celebrate life, not just festivals. Well, in a country like India, life is synonymous with festivals because there are more fiestas than you can count, and each of these mirrors our culture and traditions. Breaking the humdrum of daily routine, these festivals bring with them a wave of excitement and happiness. Interestingly, almost every big and small occasion in India calls for a celebration. Be it the arrival of spring, harvesting of crops or something else, you will never run of out reasons and seasons to celebrate.
You will be redirected to your dashboard shortly. We will also call you back in 24 hrs. India is a land of festivals, where people from different religions coexist harmoniously. The wide variety of festivals celebrated in India is a true manifestation of its rich culture and traditions.
Across the globe, Hindus celebrate a diverse number of festivals and celebrations. The festivals typically celebrate events from ancient Indian and often coinciding with seasonal changes. There are many festivals which are primarily celebrated by specific sects or in certain regions of the Indian subcontinent. The festive season is widely celebrated.
In India, every state has a unique culture and tradition. They celebrate their beliefs, culture and tradition through festivals. Each festival has different characteristics.
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The Sikhs celebrate Baisakhi, one of the most celebrated festivals of Punjab by bathing in the holy river and visiting the Gurudwaras, where they take part in the prayers held during the day.Alexandra M. 26.05.2021 at 15:31
Information on Surajkund Mela organised by Haryana tourism is given.Ianina A. 28.05.2021 at 03:59
Makar Sankranti (January).