Indian Fairs and Festivals


International Flower Festival - This is a rare show of exotic varieties of flowers, orchids and other plants native to Sikkim, a northeast Indian state. Held every summer during the peak flowering season, this is a spectacular event attracting tourists from all over the world.

Chittarai Festival, Madurai - The Chithirai festival is held in the famous Madurai temple, 500-km from Chennai.

Ooty Summer Festival - A cultural extravaganza at Tamil Nadu attracting a huge number of International tourists.

Shimla Summer Festival - A cultural extravaganza at Himachal Pradesh attracting a huge number of International tourists.


Ganga Dussehra - A ten day long festival celebrating the holy river Ganges.

Hemis Festival - The courtyard of Hemis Gompa-the biggest Buddhist monastery in Ladakh, is the stage for the famous 'Hemis' festival that celebrates the birth anniversary of Guru Padmasambhava. The colourful two-day pageant falls on the 10th day (Tse-Chu) of the Tibetan lunar month.

Monthwise List of Indian Fairs and Festivals

Given below is a month-wise list of fairs and festivals of India. However, since festivals in India are determined by the Solar & Lunar positions, they may fall in a different month from the ones specified here.

January - February | March - April | May - June | July - August | September - October | November - December

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