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Khajuraho Dance Festival
Khajuraho Dance Festival
Khajuraho the famous place in Madhya Pradesh for its enchanting temple architecture is also the venue for the famous Khajuraho dance festival. This week- long cultural event occurs annually during the month of February- March. Several forms of classical dances held in the backdrop of spectacularly decorated temple structures are the highlight of th...

Khajuraho Dance Festival

Khajuraho the famous place in Madhya Pradesh for its enchanting temple architecture is also the venue for the famous Khajuraho dance festival. This week- long cultural event occurs annually during the month of February- March. Several forms of classical dances held in the backdrop of spectacularly decorated temple structures are the highlight of the event. The highlights of this week long cultural extravaganza are the various Indian classical dance styles like Bharathanatyam, Kathak, Odissi, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Mohiniyattom, and Kathakali. Best performers from various parts of the country will be in Khajuraho to entertain lakhs of spectators from different parts of the world. Contemporary Indian dance forms are also added recently to cater diverse tastes and interests. The events are held in open-air auditoriums, and the main venues will be the Chitragupta Temple ground and the Vishwanatha Temple. Along with the performances, hundreds of craftsmen will be present there to display several traditional crafts to the thousands of visitors who come there. Open markets sell local products and handicraft items. The Khajuraho Dance Festival is more over a celebration of the cultural heritage and glory of the magnificent temples here and with an aim to preserve it for the coming generation. It is also a celebration of various art forms of India. The best classical dancers and singers from various parts of the country will enrich the event.
Date: 2014-03-01
Location : Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh
Jaisalmer Desert Festival
Jaisalmer Desert Festival
Jaisalmer Deserat festival is a popular festival in Jaisalmer, Rajastan which attracts many tourists to the state. Held every year during January-February, the sand dunes of Sam, facing the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort is the venue of this festival. The entire venue will be full of herds of camels, locals dressed in colourful and fancy dresses, juggl...

Jaisalmer Desert Festival

Jaisalmer Deserat festival is a popular festival in Jaisalmer, Rajastan which attracts many tourists to the state. Held every year during January-February, the sand dunes of Sam, facing the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort is the venue of this festival. The entire venue will be full of herds of camels, locals dressed in colourful and fancy dresses, jugglers, acrobats, traditional folk dancers, Rajasthani musicians, snake charmers, magicians, tarot readers and puppeteers. The major attraction of Jaisalmer Desert Festival is the showcasing of the culture of the region. The annual desert festival is held on the backdrop of the Jaisalmer fort. The sand dunes of Jaisalmer will be full of excitement for three long days with the dazzle of colors and lights, poignant ballads, dances, enjoyment and exciting performances. The festival culminates with a sound and light show with a promise to meet next year in the same venue. This three day long event will be a fest for eyes as well as a curious event for tourists as it explores the various facets of Rajasthan. The rich culture of Rajasthan is displayed in full glory during the event. The Jaisalmer festival attracts lot of foreign tourists and is organized by Rajasthan tourism.
Date: 2014-01-01 - 2014-02-01
Location : Jaisalmer, Rajastan
Goa Carnival
Goa Carnival
Goa Carnival which is held in the month of February soaks the whole of Goa in a colourful, festive and merry making spirit. Being one of the most famous carnivals in India, Goa Carnival is attended by thousands of tourists from all over the world. It is a three day and nights long event and the streets of Goa will be lively with lights, color and r...

Goa Carnival

Goa Carnival which is held in the month of February soaks the whole of Goa in a colourful, festive and merry making spirit. Being one of the most famous carnivals in India, Goa Carnival is attended by thousands of tourists from all over the world. It is a three day and nights long event and the streets of Goa will be lively with lights, color and revelers during these days. Hotels and resorts in Goa will be booked in advance and will be packed with visitors these days. Preparations and the rush will start a week before. Several lively processions, parades, floats, cultural events, musical nites, parties, dance festivals and non-stop day and night long excitement are part of the event. The Goan beaches will be very lively these days as venue of merrymaking. The concluding red-and-black dance by the Panajim Club National is the highlight of the event. This eagerly awaited event was introduced in Goa by the Portuguese rulers. It is because of this, a Western influence is strong in the events. The event is also an impetus to Goan tourism.
Date: 2014-02-01
Location : Goa
Baisakhi
Baisakhi
Baisakhi is a traditional harvest festival celebrated with great enthusiasm in Punjab and Haryana. In the days gone by, it was celebrated in joy when the first harvest is gathered. It symbolizes the enjoyment of the fulfillment of the year long hard work of the farmers. They enjoy singing and dancing. Punjab's famous Bhangra and Giddha folk dances ...

Baisakhi

Baisakhi is a traditional harvest festival celebrated with great enthusiasm in Punjab and Haryana. In the days gone by, it was celebrated in joy when the first harvest is gathered. It symbolizes the enjoyment of the fulfillment of the year long hard work of the farmers. They enjoy singing and dancing. Punjab's famous Bhangra and Giddha folk dances and songs are associated with this festival. Several fairs are held in the state near the tombs of saints and sages. In Punjab, people wake up early morning and go to temples after bath. Soon after prayers and pujas they cut the first harvest. As the fields are in full bloom, the main beauty of this festival lie in the background nature sets in. It is more of a social festival now days. Punjabis are known for their love for merry making and festivities. Dressed in colourful traditional folk attires, men and women, celebrate the day with songs and dances. They prepare delicious dishes and sweets at homes. Sweets are distributed among friends and relatives. Farmers on this day thank God Almighty for his blessings and also pray for better harvest in the coming year. Sikhs also celebrate Khalsa Panth (Sikh brotherhood) founded by Guru Gobind Singh in 1699 on this day. At some parts of Punjab, 'Granth Sahib', the holy book of the Sikhs will be taken in processions on this day. In some North Indian states Baisakhi stands for New Year. In Kerala, Baisakhi is celebrated as "Vishu" and in Tamil Nadu, it is known as "Puthandu".
Date: 2013-04-13
Location : Punjab, Haryana
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