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Fairs and Festivals of India
India is a land where festivals never seem to end. The festivals here spread the vibrancy and colours of rainbow in everybody's lives. Processions, prayers, new attires dance and music are certain elements related to the festivals. They are mostly connected to emotional panorama to the every Indian instead of cast, religion, and language and socioculture barrier. Following are the Major festivals celebrated in India on large level.

Hindu Festivals

An Introduction :

India is a land where festivals never seem to end. The festivals here spread the vibrancy and colours of rainbow in everybody's lives. Processions, prayers, new attires dance and music are certain elements related to the festivals. They are mostly connected to emotional panorama to the every Indian instead of cast, religion, and language and socioculture barrier. Following are the Major festivals celebrated in India on large level.

Buddhist Festivals

An Introduction :

Buddhism has strong connection with India. In fact, Lord Buddha - the founder of Buddhism, spent his life at various places in India and given his teachings. Even today, those important sites are visited by Buddhists from across the globe and they also participate in Buddhist festivals.

Christian Festivals

An Introduction :

One of the major religions of the world, Christianity is followed by large number of people in India. Christians celebrate a number of festivals related to Jesus Christ and his life. Christmas is the most important festival of Christians, celebrated by Christians as well as people of other religions alike.

Muslim Festivals

An Introduction :

World's second largest religion Islam has a huge number of followers in India. Usually to celebrate any festival, Muslim observe fast, offer namazs (prayers), do fateha (special prayers) and distribute sweets among themselves. Muslims have very few festivals and Eid is the most important of them.

Regional Festivals

An Introduction :

India is a vast country having a population of over one billion and large geographical area. The cultures and traditions of India differ from one region to another region. People of the country living in various regions have their specific festivals related to crop, animal, local deities or old traditions.

world Famous fairs in india

An Introduction :

Like festivals, the fairs are also an important part of the life of Indian people and celebrated with great pomp and grandeur. Related to any particular town, suburb or village, the fairs are genreally held once in a year. Locals as well as people from far flung areas participate in fairs to enjoy various activities including trading.