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      Festival

      Witness the colourful and vibrant city of Jaipur bid adieu to 2017 and usher in 2018 with fresh hopes, glittering fireworks, reverberating music and what not! New year parties in Jaipur are all about appetizing food, royal hospitality, bonfire, champagne, and of course the folk music mixed with DJ tracks to make you dance all night long. Read more

      Dubai is one of the most exciting cities to ring in the new year! High rise buildings, mesmerizing fireworks, parties, clubbing scenes, and the overall pomp and show makes it sizzle with excitement. There is so much to do for everyone during Dubai New Year that it has become one of the most happening year-end destinations in the world. Read more

      Paris is the French capital and has a lot to offer during the new years eve. Paris has an array of endless possibilities which can be explored by anyone travelling in this city. This capital city is one of the most revered destinations in the world and people flock here from every nook and corner of the world to experience new year in Paris. Read more

      Everyone knows about the natural beauty of Iceland, but only a few of us know about the cultural and festive beauty of this lively nation. Festivals in Iceland brings warmth and high-spirits to beat the cold climatic conditions. All festivals are celebrated with great joy and celebrations are accompanied by decorations, parades and events happening all across the length and breadth of the Island. Read more

      The atmosphere is thrilling and the energy is buzzing with tribal notes of music floating. The men with grotesque piercings of steel spears and hooks pull onto decorated ‘Cavadees’ and vehicles even as the women silently march and dance on ecstatic about their affection for Lord Muruga. Read more

      It’s that time of the year when everyone in India is gearing up for the most joyful festival around to help beat the winter blues. The Christmas trees being decked up in malls, the enormous discounts on merchandise in stores, the sound of tinkling bobbles all around, and the sweet smell of plum cakes and candy wafting out of bakeries are tempting us all to turn this festive season into an even merrier affair. Read more

      Nepal is a land of rich traditions and cultural practices, which are reflected during their major religious festivals. Dussehra in Nepal is called Dashain, which is a significant festival for the Hindus in Nepal but is celebrated with same enthusiasm by people of all faith. Dashain celebrates the victory of good over evil, based on the belief that on this day, the demon Mahishasura was defeated by Goddess Parvati or Durga. Read more