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Famous Festivals in India

Famous Festivals in India

  1. Andaman & Nicobar: Island Tourism Festival, Vivekananda Mela
  2. Andhra Pradesh: Ugadi Festival, Deccan Festival, Lumbini Festival, Brahmotsavam
  3. Assam: Bihu Festival, Elephant Festival, Tea Festival, Majuli Festival, Brahmaputra Festival, Dehing Patkai, Ambubachi Fair
  4. Arunachal Pradesh: Losar Festival, Sangken Festival, Saga Dawa, Tamladu Festival
  5. Bihar: Chhath Puja, Rajgir Dance Mahotsav, Kalachakra Festival, Sonepur Mela
  6. Chhattisgarh: Maghi Purnima, Bhagoriya Festival, Chakradhar Festival, Goncha Festival, Navakhana Festival, Madai Festival, Kajari Festival, Bhoramdeo Mahotsav Festival
  7. Goa: Shigmo Mel, Sunburn Festival, Goa Carnival
  8. Gujarat: Navaratra, Beach Festival, Modhera Dance Festival, Dang Darbar Fair, Chitra Vichitra Fair, Uttarayan Kite Festiva
  9. Haryana: Gugga Naumi, Pinjore Heritage Festival
  10. Himachal Pradesh: Losar, Gochi Festival, Minjar Fair
  11. Jammu & Kashmir: Bahu Mela, Tulip Festival, Sindhu Darshan Festival, Hemis Festival
  12. Jharkhand: Karam Festival, Kolhaiya Mela, Lawalong Mela, Jani-Shikaar, Bandna, Rohini, Sarhul
  13. Karnataka: Mysore Dasara, Vairamudi Festival, Pattadakkal Dance Festival, Kambala Festival
  14. Kerala: Onam, Aanayootto Festival, Guruvayur Festival, Thrissur Pooram, Vishu Festival, Aranmula Snake Boat Race
  15. Madhya Pradesh: Lokrang Festival, Pachmarhi Utsav, Bhagoria Tribal Festival, Malwa Utsav, Khajuraho Dance Festival
  16. Maharashtra: Ganesh Chaturthi, Banganga Festival, Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, Gudi Padwa
  17. Manipur: Chavang Kut, Yaoshang Festival, Cheiraoba Festival, Kang Festival, Kut Festival
  18. Meghalaya: Khasis, Behdienkhlam Festival, Nongkrem Dance, Bob Dylan Festival, Ahaia Festival
  19. Mizoram: Chapchar Kut, Mim Kut, Pawl Kut
  20. Nagaland: Sekrenyi Festival, Moatsu Festival, Tuluni Festival 2016, Yemshe Festival, Amongmong Festival, Hornbill Festival
  21. Odisha: Dola Yatra, Car Festival (Rath Yatra), Konark Dance Festival, Chaiti Parba, Nuakhal
  22. Punjab: Lohri, Bandi Chhor Divas, Baisakhi, Guru Purbs
  23. Rajasthan: Gangaur, Mewar Festival, Pushkar Fair, World Sufi Spirit Festival
  24. Sikkim: Losar, Saga Dawa (Triple Blessed), Pang Lhabsol, Losoong Festival, Bhumchu Festival
  25. Tamil Nadu: Pongal, Aurbathimoovar Festival, Mamallapuram Dance Festival, Mahamaham, Cape, Chithirai, Kanthuri Festival, Meenakshi Kalyanam, Puthandu
  26. Telangana: Bonalu Festival, Bathukamma
  27. Tripura: Kharchi Puja, Ashokastami Festival, Garia Puja, Ker Puja
  28. Uttar Pradesh: Ram Navmi, Kampil Fair, Bateshwar Fair, Kumbh Mela
  29. Uttarakhand: Purna Kumbh Mela, Jauljibi and Thal Fairs, Uttarayani Fair
  30. West Bengal: Durga Puja, Teesta Tea & Tourism Festival, Joydev Kenduli Mela, Gangasagar Mela

About Kumbh Mela

The Kumbh Mela is held every three years, and switches between four different locations – Haridwar, Uttarakhand (Ganga), Prayag, UP (Triveni sangam of Yamuna, Ganga and Saraswati), Ujjain, MP (Kshipra), and Nasik, Maharashtra (Godavari). The mela returns to each location after a span of 12 years. Resource: Wikipedia 


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