India is a mixture of different languages, religions, traditions and cultures. Festivals are at the heart of people’s lives in India. Some festivals are observed throughout the country. Festival celebrations in Indian are a land of many cultures and religions.


Date : Sunday, 27th, October 2019

Diwali or Deepavali as known “festival of lights”. Diwali is one of the main Hindu festival in India it’s symbolizes the victory of light over dark, God over evil festivals of light. Diwali also marks the new Year Hindu festival of Diwali we must pray to “Maha Lakshmi” Goddess of wealth & beauty. Diwali literally means “Row of Lights” The time of Diwali is one of the most festive and beautiful times of the year Diwali is not only celebrated in India, where more than 80 percent of the country identifies as Hindu.

Pushkar Camel fair

Date : 4 to 12 November 2019

One of the largest and oldest camel fair in the world’s state of Rajasthan in India, Pushkar is a small and beautiful town just 150 Km from capital of Rajasthan from Jaipur. The Brahma temple at Pushkar is the most prominent is the world. Thousands of pilgrims come to worship and bathe in the holy Pushkar lake during the full moon religious festival in October-November. Pushkar forms a fascinating location and a befitting backdrop for the annual religious and cattle fair which is globally famous and mostly attracts thousands of visitors from all parts of the world.


Date : Thursday, 21 March 2019

Colors or the festival of love. Holi is an ancient festival of India and was originally known as “Holika” one of the major festivals of India. Holi is celebrated the day after the full moon in month of March every year. Holi is the festival of colors is undoubtedly the most fun filled and boisterous of Hindu festival, Holi festival are unique and special is the spirit of it which remains the same throughout the country and even across the globe, wherever it is celebrated, DON’T MIND IT’S HOLI.

Some famous festival in Rajasthan

Date : 2018 to 2019 some famous festivel in Rajasthan

  • Elephant festival “Jaipur” Rajasthan —  21st March 2019
  • Desert Festival “Jaisalmer” Rajasthan — 17th –  19th Feb 2019
  • Gangaur Festival “Jaipur” Rajasthan — 21st March – 8th April 2019
  • Marwar festival “Jodhpur” Rajasthan — 12th – 13th October 2019
  • Camel festival “Bikaner” Rajasthan — 12th– 13th Jan 2019
  • Teej Festival “Jaipur” Rajasthan —  3rd – August  2019
  • Nagaur festival “Nagaur” Rajasthan — 10th – 13th Feb 2019
  • Mewar festival “Udaipur” Rajasthan — 6th – 8th April  2019