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HoliThe Indian calendar boasts of a plethora of festivals. Every season here brings with itself an occasion to rejoice. In India the whole year people witness a rhythmic cycle of vibrant festivities. Every moment during festivals is expressed with colour, dance, music and drama. Let's have a dekko at the various adrenalin boosting affairs.

Holi - Holi is one of the major festivals of the Hindus. Its popularity knows no confines and is celebrated all over the nation with full pomp and gaiety. It is feted every year on the full moon day of Phalgun. The festival is accompanied by traditional instruments and folk music and dances. Splashing colours on one another is also a major part of this festival. In the state of Uttar Pradesh, Holi is a special occasion. In places like Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandgaon and Barsana, the festival is held on a large scale. In Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat, Holi is celebrated with the same fervour.

Dussehra - This festival is celebrated in the month of October and is one of the popular festivals in India. The festival is celebrated as a victory of good over evil. On Dussehra Lord Shri Ram killed the great demon Ravana.

Onam - Onam is the harvest festival celebrated in the state of Kerala in the end of August or the beginning of September. On the day of Onam boat races are also organised. The festival is also famous as Snake boat race festival.

Diwali - Diwali alias festival of lights is always one of the most awaited festivals of the Indians. It is one such such festival that holds great significance in the lives of many. Held around October-November, the festival has great historical significance. Several candles, earthen lamps are lit on this occasion.

Chhath Festival - This festival is one of the holiest festivals of the Hindus celebrated in the month of end of October or the beginning of November. The festival is quite a rage in Bihar where the people make ritual offerings to Sun God near the banks of the rivers.

Raksha Bandhan - This festival is a symbol of great bonding that is shared between a brother and a sister. It is a pledge that is exchanged between a brother and a sister, where the brother makes a life time promise to protect his sister for lifelong and the sister ties a thread around her brother's wrist.

Eid- Ul Fitr - This is the biggest festival of the Muslims. This festival is celebrated in the month of Ramzan and is well known for its perfect timings and rituals. It is believed that the Koran was revealed to Prophet Mohammed in the month of Ramzan.

Christmas - For Christians from all across the globe, Christmas is the biggest festival and also one of the national festivals in India. It is celebrated in the month of December of 25th to commemorate the birth of Lord Jesus. The festival brings with itself great time of enjoyment where people send greeting cards to the friends and family members, decorate Christmas tree and prepare cakes.

Karvachauth - For the women in India, the festival of Karvachauth holds great importance. The festival is celebrated nine days before diwali around October- November. On this very day the women keep fasts for the long lives of their husbands and offer prayers.

Sonepur Fair - Sonepur Fair is a visual extravaganza held during Kartik Purnima in Bihar, where devotees offer prayer to Lord Shiva and participate in the biggest cattle fair of Asia.

When it comes to colourful festivals, the land of Rajasthan surpasses others. The festivals of Rajasthan are vibrant, appealing and full of fun and frolic, offering everyone a chance to rejoice. Tourists from worldwide register their visit to Rajasthan to enjoy themselves to the fullest in the happening times of festivals.

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