The festivals in India are really enjoyable and wounderfull. The pulsating and vivid cultural backdrop of India makes it a center of attraction. In India, the festivals are celebrated with much fun and joy. Some festivals are exclusive to the state
Bikaner Camel Festival
Camel basically Known by the name "Ship of the Desert". The Camel has been a cultural part of the Rajasthani lifestyle. In order to increase knowledge about the importance of this useful animal, the Camel Festival of Bikaner is celebrated on a grand scale in Rajasthan.
The Teej Festival of Rajasthan is one of the most important and the most widely celebrated festivals in India, basically Jaipur city is the only city where the actual festival can be experienced. To give a warm welcome to season of monsoon Teej in the period of "Shravan" (July-August).
It is basically celebrate in Udaipur city of Rajathan and this the best time to visit Udaipur is during March-April. The whole city of Udaipur is decorated with beautifully and colorful banner with wishes solgans and every one have a smile on there face to celebrate this grand festival, they have a unique charm about it.
A very important festival of Rajasthan in India, Gangaur Festival is celebrated with much enthusiasm and joy. Gangaur Festival is celebrated nowhere else in India except the state of Rajasthan. There is one reason why it is held in high esteem in Rajasthan.
This Great festival is one of the most famous festivals of Rajasthan in India. Desert Festival is celebrated every year in the months of February. It is celebrated for a duration of three days and is concluded on the day of Purnima in which the full moon arrive.
Marwar festival is celebrated in Rajasthan during the months of September-October, the Marwar Festival in associated to Jodhpur the folk heroes of Rajasthan. The entire city of Jodhpur comes alive with this celebrations of the Marwar Festival.
Kajli Teej Festival
The Kajli Teej is a very unique festival of Rajasthan in India. Kajli Teej is celebrated exclusively in the Bundi city of Rajasthan. It is celebrated in the Hindu month of Bhadra (July-August). The Kajli Teej starts on the third day of the month and felt for two days.
Halda Festival is celebrated in the Lahaul district of Himachal Pradesh in the time of New Year. This festival held in the month of January for a period of two days. It is dedicated to 'Shashikar Apa', the deity of Wealth in the Lamaistic Pantheon.
Losar festival is the New Year festival of Tibetans, celebrated mainly in the Lahaul district of Himachal Pradesh in India. This festival mark the beginning of the winter season.
This famous festival is celebrated in the month of September in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. It is also known as Ookayang Festival. which means flower festival. That's why Phulaich is called a 'festival of flowers'.
People from the Northern India as well as other parts rush to Himachal Pradesh in summers, to escape from the heat of the summer season. This time there are a variety of programs, cultural and folk dances are organized by the Government of Himachal Pradesh.