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Festivals of India

India is a land of festivals with different religions celebrating their festivals from Hindu to Christians, Muslims, Sikhs. With wide range of festivals celebrating in India showcases it’s rich culture and traditions. Much of these festivals are celebrated round the year though October till January is when the country can be seen at its vibrant best. Below are the most popular and exciting festivals celebrated in India.

* Diwali – celebrated by Hindus around November
* Holi – the colorful festival around March
* Dussehra – the important festival of Hindus around October
* Navratri – Another important Hindu festival during October
* Durga Puja – A Hindu festival around October
* Janmashtmi – A day to celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna around September
* Ganesh Chaturthi – Festival dedicated to elephant headed god ‘Ganesh’ around September
* Rakshabandhan – A day to celebrate bonding of brothers and sisters around August
* Eid Ul Fitr – A important festival for Muslims around June
* Bihu – Festival for Sikh community during April
* Hemis – Two days religious festival in Ladakh for Buddhist around June
* Onam – celebrated by all communities in Kerala around August
* Pongal – Celebrated by Tamils all over India, primarily in Tamil Nadu around January
* Christmas – Celebrated all over India though best places to celebrate Christmas is at Goa, Pondicherry, and KeralaDecember in December
* Easter – Celebrated all over India though best places to celebrate Christmas is at Goa, Pondicherry, and KeralaDecember in December around April
* Baisakhi – Festival celebrated by Sikh community, best place to celebrate Baisakhi is in Punjan during April