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Dasara Festival
The Festival of Dasara is a celebration of the female form. Vijaya Dashami also known as Dasara, Dashahara, Navaratri and Durgotdsav is one of the very important and fascinating festivals of India, which is celebrated in September or October from the the next of the New moon day to the Dashami or the tenth day of Ashwin.

 
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Festival of Diwali
The enchanting festival of Diwali, a festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil, of light over darkness and of knowledge over ignorance, colloquially known as the festival of lights. Celebrated throughout India, the country looks resplendent as everyone lights diyas (small earthen oil lamps) and candles around their houses and the moonless night sky sparkles with the magic of colorful fireworks.


 
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Holi Festival
The festival of Holi celebrates the ancient tradition of the Aryans honouring Agnidev - the god of Fire. The festival continues even to-day in the modern world of science and technology. This festival of joy, mirth and buoyancy is celebrated when both Man and Nature cast off their winter gloom. Holi heralds the arrival of Spring - the season of hope and new beginnings and marks the rekindling of the spirit of life. Corals, silk-cottons and mango trees start flowering, gardens and parks present a glorious spectacle of colours - crimson, red, pink, orange, golden yellow, lemon and a variety of glittering greens.

 
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Ladakh Festival
The enigmatic land of Ladakh amazes its visitors by its natural beauty. During the festival months, this magical moonland glitters with gold and silver, its streets dressed with bright colours mesmerizes its guests and takes them to a world of ancient monstries and the many legends and fables of Ladakh depicted by dance dramas held in the Gompa courtyards.

 
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The Khajuraho Festival
The small village of Khajuraho situated in the northernmost part of Madhya Pradesh, lies 395 km southeast of Agra. Once the religious capital of the Chandela dynasty, one of the powerful Rajput dynasties of Central India, Khajuraho is now famous for its enchanting temples and its legendary Khajuraho dance festival. The week-long festival of classical dances is held every year in February/March against the spectacular backdrop of the magnificently lit temples.

 
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