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      Festival

      Three days at a splendid beach resort, cool breezy air and most importantly, a wide range of fantastic music that can groove your body and move your soul! And all of this on Valentine's weekend! Does this idea excite you? If yes, there is something really big coming up for you! Read more

      Reflecting the vibrant culture of Rajasthan through sparkling activities and events, the 100 years old Pushkar Mela is definitely one of the most famous and largest camel fairs in the world. From letting you witness the beauty of the golden sand Read more

      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 2019 are around the corner, so enjoy the most without having to worry about anything at all. Read more

      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, Read more

      While the Nilgiri Hills are famous for their beauty all across the country, they are also popular for being the venue of the annually held Ooty Summer Festival. Neither an ordinary affair nor a common celebration, rather this festival is an exquisite event organized Read more

      Food festivals are a great way to learn about a country. You get the opportunity to mingle with the locals, learn the taste and culture of the country and generally have a whale of a time.. Read more

      Australia is a charming and bustling country surrounded by the Indian and the Pacific Ocean.Canberra is the capital and Sydney is the largest city in Australia. Read more

      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. Read more

      Every winter, millions of travelers rush to the city of Harbin in North China and brave bone-chilling cold weather to look at over 2,000 giant frozen replicas of heritage buildings, Read more

      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 is the right time to promise yourself to travel more often, enriching yourself with different cultures and customs from around the world. Read more

      Observed in Rajasthan on the day of Makar Sankranti i.e. 14th January, the Jaipur Kite Festival is a major crowd puller. On this day, people from across the world descend at Jaipur, the hub of the celebration, Read more

      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, Read more

      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. Read more

      From the Rio Carnival of Brazil to Italy's own Carnival of Venice; Spain’s paint of red in La Tomatina to the cavalcade of colors in Holi in India; festivals form a vital essence of every culture. They bring to you, the feel, the mood, the spark of any heritage. They embark identity, distinctiveness, antiquity and the oneness of a community, making them a fraternity unique. Read more

      New year, a fresh start and hence new resolutions. How about something away from the normal - a resolution to be an eyewitness to some of the richest and most spectacular celebrations of culture, traditions, and art? Read more

      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. Read more

      With the three-day Holi weekend on the horizon this year, have you found yourself with no travel plans, but a strong desire deep inside to get away on this short weekend? Some are going home for Holi, but some of us can’t. Read more

      Located in the North Atlantic, Ireland is the second largest island on the British Isles. The climatic condition of Ireland is mild but may sometimes change consequently. Read more