Blog
Phi Ta Khon- the ghost festival of thailand
Phi Ta Khon- the ghost festival of thailand
Phi Ta Khon, every so often known as Ghost Festival, is the maximum common call for a group of festivals held in Dan Sai, Loei province, Isan, Thailand. The activities take place over 3 days a while between March and July
more
Songkran Festival
Songkran Festival
Songkran is the Thai New Year's national holiday. Songkran is celebrated on 13th April each year, however, the vacation duration extends from 14 to 15 April.
more
Nallur Festival
Nallur Festival
Nallur Kandaswamy Kovil is a significant Hindu temple, located in Nallur, Northern Province, Sri Lanka. The presiding deity is Lord Murugan or Katharagama Deviyo in the form of the holy 'Vel'
more
SNANA PURNIMA
SNANA PURNIMA
Deva Snana Purnima or ‘ Snana yatra ‘ is the much awaited ritualistic occasion for Sri Jagannath devotees and Hindus in general
more
HEMIS FESTIVAL
HEMIS FESTIVAL
The two-day Buddhist festival is ceremoniously observed on the 10th of the Tibetan Lunar month. Hemis festival is held to celebrate the birth of Guru Padmasambhava.
more
AMBUBACHI MELA
AMBUBACHI MELA
Ambubachi Mela is an annual 4-day fair held in the Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati, Assam. With the advancement of monsoon, the Assamese month ahaar(middle June) the Hindu religious sites
more
RAMADAN AND EID UL-FITR
RAMADAN AND EID UL-FITR
Ramadan is a significant fasting month for the followers of Islam. Muslims across India and the world keep a month-long fast, eating only once a day
more
OCHIRA KALI
OCHIRA KALI
Ochira Kali is an ancient temple located at Ochira, on the national highway connecting Kollam and Alappuzha districts of Kerala
more
BEHDIENKHLAM FESTIVAL
BEHDIENKHLAM FESTIVAL
It is a religious-cultural festival of Pnars tribals/ Jaintia tribes of Meghayala, in Jowai( 64 km away from Shillong) the District headquarters of Jaintia Hills District.
more
YURU KABGYAT
YURU KABGYAT
Yuru Kabgyat is a significant religious festival observed by Buddhists. The importance/popularity of the Fiesta can be measured from the fact that it is attended by Buddhists and Lamas from around the world
more
SHIMLA SUMMER FESTIVAL
SHIMLA SUMMER FESTIVAL
This Mahotsov was initiated with the intention of celebrating the heritage of Indus valley civilization and river Sindhu or Indus has always been pivotal to the ancient civilisation
more
SINDHU DARSHAN MAHOTSOV
SINDHU DARSHAN MAHOTSOV
This Mahotsov was initiated with the intention of celebrating the heritage of Indus valley civilization and river Sindhu or Indus has always been pivotal to the ancient civilisation
more
FEAST OF SAINTS PETER AND PAUL(SANGODD FESTIVAL)
FEAST OF SAINTS PETER AND PAUL(SANGODD FESTIVAL)
Feast of Saints Peter is another 105-year-old festival held with much gaiety and show and unique only to the Christian fishing community of Northern Goa
more
SAO JOAO FEAST OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST
SAO JOAO FEAST OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST
It is an unusual Catholic festival generally observed throughout World. In India, Goa is the only place a one gets to witness the unique custom of leaping and swimming on domestic drinking water wells
more
TSHESHU FESTIVAL
TSHESHU FESTIVAL
‘Tsheshu’ that literally translates to day 10 is actually an annual 4-day religious Bhutanese festival held in Bhutan on the 10th day of the month of Lunar Tibetan calendar.
more
BUTOH DANCE FESTIVAL
BUTOH DANCE FESTIVAL
This town in Himachal Pradesh reverberates with cultural activities throughout the year. And the Butoh dance festival is another such festival.
more
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL ROADSHOW
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL ROADSHOW
International Travel Roadshow is a well-known travel road show. The show aims to connect the worldwide sellers (exhibitors) and Buyers (Travel agents / Tour Operators) from the local city.
more
GANGA DUSSEHRA - VARANASI
GANGA DUSSEHRA - VARANASI
Ganga Dussehra otherwise known as ‘Gangavataran’ or avtarana ( descent of the Ganges on earth) is a Hindu religious festival widely celebrated across North India
more
MANGO MELA - AMRITSAR
MANGO MELA - AMRITSAR
Tourists planning a visit to Amritsar should go to Mango Mela held annually in June/ July
more
UTTAR PRADESH MANGO FESTIVAL
UTTAR PRADESH MANGO FESTIVAL
The Uttar Pradesh Mango festival is being organized since 2013 with the aim to create awareness and knowledge about varieties of mangoes.
more
INTERNATIONAL MANGO FESTIVAL(DILLI HAAT)
INTERNATIONAL MANGO FESTIVAL(DILLI HAAT)
Mango, the widely grown Indian fruit, and also its leaves have played an important part in Indian auspicious occasions as well as in the preparation of exotic cuisines.
more
Lao Handicrafts Festival
Lao Handicrafts Festival
Each year, over 2 hundred artists from around the U. S. Journey to Vientiane to take part inside the competition and promote an in-depth style of merchandise consisting of textiles, jewellery, non-timber and recycled merchandise, pottery and many different cultural objects
more
Boun Lai Heua Fai
Boun Lai Heua Fai
Boun Lai Heua Fai is a festival for the Phanang Naga that's held all through Boun Xouang Heua if you want to convey exact success. Each village in many provinces makes and decorates a ship.
more
Boun Khao Phansa
Boun Khao Phansa
Boun Khao Phansa in Laos is the begin of the 3-month period occasionally known as “Buddhist Lent”. Boun Khao Phansa starts on the entire moon of the 8th month and runs till the entire moon of the 11th month of the Buddhist Calendar.
more
CHILL IN MAY: 14 STRIKING INDIAN FAIRS & FESTIVALS
CHILL IN MAY: 14 STRIKING INDIAN FAIRS & FESTIVALS
The month of May is sweet-smelling and also has its own share of colourful festivals, Blooms of Rhododendron, Gulmohars, and ponds filled with Lotus, Lilies, and trees laden with Mangoes, Jamuns, Bels and Watermelons etc transform highways, valleys and semi-urban, rural areas with aroma and shades
more
Celebrating Diwali!
Celebrating Diwali!
Diwali is the festival of brightness and positivity, it is celebrated all over India. People light diyas and candela on this day which resembles positivity brightness. People pray to goddess Laxmi and God Ganesh for wealth and happiness
more
Celebrating Sinhala and Tamil New Year
Celebrating Sinhala and Tamil New Year
Sinhala and Tamil New year which is also known as Aluth Avurudda, Sinhala or Hindu new year. It is a Sri Lankan excursion that celebrates the conventional New Year of the Sinhala and Tamil people, to celebrate and to expose the bond between exclusive communities. It is a chief anniversary celebrated by means of both the Tamil (Hindu) & Sinhala (Buddhist) human beings but by means of maximum Sri Lankans
more
River Hongbao Festival - Singapore
River Hongbao Festival - Singapore
Celebrated from 3rd February to 10th February at the NS Square, the Marina Bay Sands floating platform in Singapore, the River Hongbao Festival is an iconic event which marks the tradition of Singapore’s Lunar New Year celebrations.
more
31 INTERESTING INDIAN FESTIVALS AND FAIRS OF FEBRUARY
31 INTERESTING INDIAN FESTIVALS AND FAIRS OF FEBRUARY
February has comparatively pleasurable weather and an ideal month to plan a holiday in India’s varied regions. With harsh winter a thing of past and cute spring tapping its feet, February has an eclectic mix of festival and fairs to delight any traveler’s auditory and visual
more
16 Festivals Across India in January
16 Festivals Across India in January
A glimpse of all the important festivals in the month of Januray
more
Christmas in India
Christmas in India
Celebrating Christmas in different parts of India
more