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March 2018

Chapchar Kut

March 2 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Chapchar Kut is a harvest festival named after bamboo that has been cut, and is drying for burning and subsequent cultivation. The traditional bamboo dance performed by women (while men sit on the ground and beat bamboo sticks against each other), called cheraw, is a big part of the festival. Different styles of tribal dance performances take place amidst symbol clashes and beats of drums. There's art, handicrafts, concerts, flower shows, and food as well.

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Kavant Fair

March 4

This rural harvest festival is a gathering of the Rathva tribe, who dress up as gods and demons from Hindu mythology, and dance wildly to the beat of drunken drumming to celebrate the joy of life. The festival takes place a couple of days after Holi each year.

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Tulip Festival

March 25 @ 8:00 AM - April 15 @ 5:00 PM
Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, Srinagar, India + Google Map

  One of its kind in India, the Tulip Festival in Kashmir celebrates the blooming season of the magnificent Tulips. Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden adds to the natural beauty of Srinagar. Nestled on the foothills of Zabarwan Range, the largest tulip garden in Asia presents a stunning view of the Dal Lake. The seven terraced garden was built with the intention to promote tourism and floriculture in Kashmir.

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April 2018

The Aoling Festival of the Konyak Tribe

April 1 @ 8:00 AM - April 6 @ 5:00 PM

  Once deadly headhunters, the fascinating Konyak tribe now lives peacefully, spending most of their time practicing agriculture, drinking local alcohol, smoking opium (and occasionally hunting). After having completed the sowing of seeds each year, the tribe celebrates their most important festival, the Aoling Festival, which marks the beginning of spring season and a new year.

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Vaisakhi

April 14

Vaisakhi is an ancient harvest festival celebrated in the Punjab region by all Punjabis regardless of their religion. For people of Punjab, especially the Sikhs, Vaisakhi is a very significant day. Vaisakhi is also celebrated as Sikh New Year based on Hindu Solar calendar. For the Sikh community, Vaisakhi is not only a harvest festival but also a religious festival. Sikhs celebrate Vaisakhi as the day of the formation of the Khalsa (the pure one). On Vaisakhi day, in 1699, Guru Gobind Singh, the…

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Rongali Bihu

April 14 - April 16
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