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      Festival

      India is a land of diverse religion, heritage, culture, and traditions and the true reflection of this variety is seen through varied festivals, celebrated across the country. While most of the places in the country enjoy monsoon in August, the plethora of charming festivals in August in India help people enjoy the rain splashes all the more. Read more

      Apprehensive about visiting Dubai during Ramadan 2019? Let us assure you that there’s nothing to be bothered about. If anything, a holiday during Ramadan in Dubai will be a culturally enriching experience. And don’t even get us started about the food that you’ll get to eat! Read more

      Thinking of spending Christmas this year in France? You are sure to love it! The pageantry of Christmas leading up to the holiday is grand and festive and yet a certain air of peace and serenity descends over France during Christmas. There are dozens of Christmas related activities in France during Christmas, not to forget numerous exciting Christmas markets. Read more

      The etymology says the word ‘GAWAI’ means festival and ‘DAYAK’ refers to the society of aboriginals of the areas of Sarawak, Kalimantan and interior regions of the island of Borneo. Gawai Dayak is the festival celebrating the existence of this section of people in Malaysia. Their population estimate is around 2-4 million people. Read more

      Filipino culture is well known for its fun and festivities. Festivals are so intricately woven into the cultural ethos of the Philippines that every month of the year witnesses some kind of festival in this country. Tourists throng this nation to partake of their cultural celebrations and joyous ecstasies in different festivals. Read more

      Goa knows how to throw a party on a massive scale and make the youth of the country go crazy. So charge yourself and take out your most vibrant dress to get lost in the vivid colours of Goa Carnival 2018. Read more

      Color is bliss! India in February and March is so vibrant, while the weather shines at its best, festivities and positive vibes begin pouring in. The fudgy winter makes way for the chirpy spring, and Holi vibes begin to permeate in the air around. While celebrations with colors remain constant, places across North India go celebrating rituals and traditions around Holi, thanks to the legends and stories. Rajasthani Holi is different and celebrates quite a few different rituals from what people mostly celebrate in Delhi, UP, and Bihar in North India. Read more

      Although Monaco is a small city, it is a major tourist attraction. The city is well developed and is quite popular for its gambling industry. It is a great place to spend quality time with your friends and family. Read more

      Holi celebrations in Udaipur, Rajasthan is no less than Mathura and Vrindavan. In Udaipur, the festival is celebrated in the most imperial and grand manner, where the royal family takes active participation in all functions and rituals. From Holika Dahan, fireworks to spraying colors, Holi celebration in Udaipur is an enchanting and exuberant experience. Here are some glimpses, if you are planning holiday in Udaipur, this year. Read more

      The Central Asian country of Kazakhstan is the ninth largest country in the world and is located at an equal distance from the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans. Bordered with surrounding countries of Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, China and Russia, Read more

      Arguably the most widely celebrated festival in China as well as Hong Kong, the Spring Lantern Festival in Hong Kong is celebrated on the 15th day of the Chinese New Year. The festival is also known as the Yuan Xiao Festival, because of the popular Rice Ball that is eaten during the festival. Read more

      Are you planning to visit Auckland during the festive season? For starters, Auckland is known to host some of the best parties on big days like Christmas or New Year. Read more

      Candlelights, earthen lamps, homes filled with a sweet smell of delightful sweets, the warmth of families & friends, and the chill of the upcoming winter season, that’s how we’d like to paint a perfect picture of Diwali celebration in India 2018. Read more

      Cultural fests and events around the world not only bring different kind of people together, entertain or inform, but also educate and inspire. Giving a new point of view through different ways is what a great cultural festival does. Delhi's First-Ever Street Culture Festival does exactly that! Read more

      Nepal is not just about the breathtaking mountains, serpentine roads, and gorgeous meadows, but also about some vibrant and fun festivals. The country has people from different parts of India, which makes the festivals of Nepal even more diverse. Read more