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August 2018

Teej

August 13
India, India + Google Map

Here comes the joyous and Traditional Indian festival of Teej back again. Thus it’s time again for every married Hindu woman to get ready in the cheerful hues of the festival of Teej and pray for the long life and well being of their beloved husband. This year it is 13th August 2018, the date for the festival of Teej celebration in India for every married Hindu women.

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Thiruvonam

August 25

Onam brings together a multitude of colours and flavours from across God’s Own Country, and the celebrations reach their apex on the auspicious day of Thiruvonam. Onam commemorates the return of a mythical, righteous king – King Mahabali and brings together communities across the landscape in unified revelry that is unheard of across the planet. Households are adorned with exquisite floral carpets (Pookkalam), traditional art forms and games are seen everywhere and homes are cleaned and impeccably maintained. One can…

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Raksha Bandhan

August 26
India, India + Google Map

On Raksha Bandhan, sisters tie a rakhi on the right wrist of their brothers as a reminder of love and protection. The brother vows to take care of his sister and in return offers her gifts and sweets. The festival is a wonderful way of bringing the family closer together. Many women also tie rakhis on their close friends and neighbors as a sign of caring and harmony in their social lives. Photo : https://pixabay.com/

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Aranmula Boat Race

August 29
River Pamba, Pathanamthitta, Pathanamthitta, India + Google Map

The Aranmula Uthrittathi Vallamkali or Aranmula Boat Race is the most ancient and revered boat races of Kerala. Held on the day of the Uthrittathi asterism in the Malayalam month of Chingam (corresponding to 15 August and 20 September), it is well known for its grandeur and unique history.

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September 2018

Red Earth’s The Monsoon Festival

September 2 @ 10:00 AM - September 16 @ 5:00 PM
The City Palace Exhibition Gallery, Jaipur, Jaipur, India + Google Map

Red Earth’s The Monsoon Festival celebrates its 13th edition in 2018. A well established cultural festival, it aims to celebrate the magic of the Indian monsoon with the old and the new, reviving forgotten traditional cultural practices and pioneering contemporary creative expressions.

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Gogamedi Fair

September 4 @ 8:00 AM - September 6 @ 5:00 PM
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Tarnetar Fair

September 12 - September 15
The Tarnetar fair, Thangadh, Thangadh, Gujrat India

October 2018

Tawang Festival

October 26 - October 29

Celebrating Serenity ! 3 days of Festival in the world of mystics and Enchanting Beauties- TAWANG, Arunachal Pradesh 

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November 2018

Matsya Festival

November 25 - November 26
Alwar, Alwar, India + Google Map

The Matsya Festival is a standout amongst the most prominent and vital celebrations of Rajasthan, held in Alwar. The multi day is commended in the long stretch of December consistently and is known for exhibiting the rich social and social legacy of the area. The Matsya Festival is gone to by a great many individuals including local people, national and global travelers who connect with themselves in an assortment of rivalries, displays, sports, customary tunes and moves, society music and…

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Bundi Utsav

November 26 - November 28
Bundi, Bundi, Rajasthan India + Google Map

Bundi is a picturesque location in the Hadoti district of Rajasthan. The Aravalli range dotted with forts and palaces gives you a fairytale feeling during your India travel. The Bundi Utsav is not only a major occasion in the state but also an important festival of India. The otherwise isolated town becomes a bustling one with the utsav date approaching. This festival in Rajasthan is integral to the month of November.

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