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      Eid ul-Adha also called Eid Qurban, the ‘Festival of Sacrifice’, is one of the biggest Muslim Festivals. Every year this significant Islamic festival marks the end of Hajj, the pious pilgrimage to the city of Mecca. Read more

      Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh is also known as “The Queen of The Hills”.

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      Just as the monsoon bids adieu to the land of South India, the air is filled with vigour, joy, and happiness with the arrival of Onam, a significant festival celebrated majorly in Kerala.

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      The calendar of Myanmar has a detailed embroidery of festivity dates sewn around it. The Burmese people are known for their cheerful spirit and festive mood, which is why the colorful Myanmar festival celebrations are bliss to look at, and even more wonderful to

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      Indonesia is a diverse country and thus, enjoys a rich culture and tradition. This country is a home for more than two hundred and thirty million people with various religious and cultural backgrounds.

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      Olive Ridley Turtles were pronounced endangered a long time back and an NGO, Sahyadri Nisarga Mitra, joined hands with Marine Conservation Society in 1992 and dedicated themselves to work towards their conservation. During February and March, many Olive Ridley turtles come to the western coasts of Maharashtra and lay their eggs. Around 40% of them proceed to the beach of Velas.

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      The most romantic day of the year is on the way and the stress of planning a perfect Valentine’s Day is slowly taking over you.

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      Holi is a festival of colors as we all know. But this festival of colors, when coupled with music, dance, bhang and of course our loved ones, becomes gajillion times more exciting and memorable. Yes, it’s all great if you’re thinking of celebrating it at your home, but then you’ll have to be careful about not ruining your newly painted walls or furniture etcetera; let alone the after party clean up. But these Holi parties in Hyderabad in 2020 are around the corner, so enjoy the most without having to worry about anything at all. Read more

      Jaisalmer Desert Festival is a kaleidoscope of fun, frolic, thrill, and excitement. Presenting the best of local culture and traditions;

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      The Venice Carnival is nothing less than a grand affair, held annually in the stunning Italian city we all love. This 2-week-long festival is about parades, concerts, markets, and of course the ornate Venetian masks. This is the time when the whole city gets into the festive mood and celebrate like there is no tomorrow.

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      Mauritius is a microcosm of different cultures and religions. It is a successful multicultural society, a melting pot of traditions from far-off lands. Tourists here are treated not just to its natural gems

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      “Adorn your houses like a fairy,
      Tis’ a season to be jolly and merry.”

      While some of us are already feeling festive with the onset of December, the winter season sends the Christmassy vibes all over the capital. From embellishing the conifer trees to penning down the sweet wishes,

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      Food festivals are a great way to learn about a country. Why you ask?  Well, you get the opportunity to mingle with the locals, learn the taste and culture of the country, to try some of the best local delicacies and generally have a whale of a time..

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      New Year celebration should be nothing like anyone has ever seen before, especially when it comes to soaking in the lovely vibes of the Russian city of Moscow.

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      Festivals bring people together, narrating the tales and exhibiting the culture. June is indeed a hot month in the country, so these festivals in June will make your summer chill. While some of them like Rath Yatra, Ganga Dussehra and Ramadan have their own deep spiritual meaning and legends; there are some festivals introduced for fun, like the much-awaited International Mango Festival in Delhi.

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      There’s a saying, “The greatness of a culture can be found in its festivals.” And it’s true, especially as a traveler, that if you want to know about the culture of a place, the best time to visit is during its festivals.

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      Romance doesn't mean staying in every Friday night and doing the same thing. Canada might be snowy and frigid, but it is home to many of the world's most snuggly and romantic locations.

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      Aren’t there some festivals which we often wish came twice in a year? Well, if the New Year is one such occasion for you then you have the chance to celebrate it again pretty soon as the Chinese New Year in Bangkok is just around the corner. The New Year is a reason to celebrate, to party all night, and to embrace positivity. Another ritual which we see around the New Year is taking resolutions and hoping to stick by them. And if you didn’t take any yet, the Chinese New Year in Bangkok is the right time to promise yourself to travel more often, enriching yourself with different cultures and customs from around the world.

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      Come winters and all of us start to think about our new year plans. All of us want a place where we can dance all night long and start a year with a bang and Bali is that one place where people can enjoy exactly this kind of a new year.

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      India is a land of festivals, where people from different religions coexist harmoniously. The wide variety of festivals celebrated in India is a true manifestation of its rich culture and traditions. There are many Indian festivals and celebrations, the most exciting of which are mentioned below.

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      Andhra Pradesh is one of the most significant states in India both culturally and mythologically. The southeastern state has several places, religious landmarks, and monuments.

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      As the New Year 2020 is drawing close, new resolutions are being set up, midnight kisses are being anticipated, and that perfect night out with friends and family is being planned.

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      Ours is a country that celebrates every little moment with full zeal. If anyone wishes to witness the rich diversity or the brimming enthusiasm, the festivals in January in India offer the perfect show. Bringing the folk music, dance,

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      With winters setting off, and the spring season approaching, the festival of colors is also not far away. This year the sight of water splashes and color patches will be witnessed in all parts of the country on 21st of March, when people will get down on the streets to welcome the festival with huge pomp and show.

      Since every part of the subcontinent has its own unique way of celebrating the festival,

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      The year has almost come to an end and it’s the favorite time of the year again. Wondering what we’re talking about? What else it can be other than the

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