India is a land of integrity, sovereignty and a multitude of religions and community who live with another in peace and harmony. Like the vastness of our Mother Land, the hearts of the people are vast as well, accepting and welcoming every religion and its tradition with a smile.

India the land of multiple cultures and legacies celebrate each festival with such a spirit, like that of his own culture. Let us elaborate more on the Fairs and festivals of India.

Festivals and Fairs of India:

Onam: Onam is popular in Kerela, and is the harvest festival celebrated with splendour and festivities. Onam is celebrated in the months of August-September, and the main attraction of Onam is the snake boat race.

Ganesh Chathurthi: Celebrating the birth of Lord Ganesh, the God of prosperity, this festival is celebrated with much fervour and enthusiasm. This festival is celebrated throughout India and the Chariot parade that people participate in and the various forms of Ganesh Idols are the major attraction of Ganesh Chathurthi.

Holi: Holi is the festival of colours. This festival is celebrated throughout India, and people celebrate Holi by throwing gulal at each other and having bhang mixed thandai.

Id-ul-Fitr: Id is one of the Muslims most important festivals and celebrated by Muslims all over the world. Id is celebrated after the Muslims complete their thirty day fasting for the month of Ramadan.

Diwali: Diwali is the festival of lights. All the people celebrate Diwali by lighting up their houses with diya’s and by burning crackers and having traditional food.

Navratri: As the name suggests Navratri is a celebration of nine nights corresponding to the nine embodiments of Goddess Durga.

One of the most popular fair of India is the Pushkar Fair.

This fair is popularly called as the camel fair. The Pushkar fair is the highlight of Rajasthan, and people from across cities and countries come to visit Pushkar fair.

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