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October 2018

Rajasthan International Folk Festival

October 24 - October 28

Jodhpur RIFF is a not-for-profit partnership project involving two of India’s leading heritage trusts: Mehrangarh Museum Trust and Jaipur Virasat Foundation. The festival has been endorsed by UNESCO as a "Peoples" Platform for Creativity and Sustainable Development."

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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

International Yoga & Music Festival

November 1 @ 7:00 AM - November 7 @ 8:30 PM
Nada Yoga School, Swargashram, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand 249304 India + Google Map

The Free International Yoga & Music Festival is organized every year since November 2008 by Nad Yoga Trust, a non-profit organization and sponsored by Nada Yoga School with an aim to give all people, regardless of socio-economic status, an opportunity to learn yoga and Indian classical music from the team of professional teachers from Rishikesh, India and abroad. The festival takes place at Nada Yoga School in Swargashram, Rishikesh – the world capital of yoga, from November 1 – 7…

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Bali Jatra Festival

November 4 - November 10

Bali Yatra is held on the full moon day and is celebrated widely by the people of Odisha. Visiting the place during the festival you would witness the rich culture of the Odisha. Because of its culture and vibrancy, the state illuminates during this festival which has become popular among the tourists across the globe.

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November 7
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Pushkar Camel Fair

November 15 - November 23
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Sonepur Fair

November 23
Patna, Patna, India + Google Map

Asia's largest cattle fair, the Sonepur Mela is a major event for the ancient town of Bihar, Vaishali. It is held on Kartik Poornima or the full moon day in the month of November. The fair usually lasts for a period ranging from a fortnight to a month. Sonepur, being a site of the confluence of the holy Ganga and the Gandak amplifies the auspiciousness of the location, attracting devotees to dip in the Sacred river during the full moon.…

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Guru Nanak Jayanti

November 23
Golden Temple, Amritsar,

Guru Nanak Jayanti positions among the well known celebrations in India. It is celebrated to mark the birth of Guru Nanak Sahib and is praised with incredible enthusiasm in the state of Punjab where the Sikh religion is broadly common. Punjabi people group in different states additionally commend the celebration. The birthday of Guru Nanak Sahib generally falls on Kartik Puranmashi which is the full moon day of the month Kartik as per the Indian date-book. Guru Nanak Jayanti is…

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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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