Cruise leisurely through the canals in Kuttanad, popularly known as the Rice Bowl of Kerala, which is fringed by palm groves and paddy fields.
Kerala, famous for hills, backwaters, beaches, waterfalls, wildlife, ayurvedic treatments and delicately spiced, taste-bud-tingling cuisine.
Kumbhalgarh Festival, one of the most important and culturally enriching festival brings India’s finest performers at one place. Simply mesmerizing!
The feast continues and many rituals and specific arrangements that are made until the last day of the feast which is the feast cleansing day.
Bundi festival includes a colorful Shobha Yatra, arts & crafts fair, ethnic sports, cultural exhibition, classical music & dance program, turban competitions, bridal clothing, musical band competitions, and a sparkling fireworks display.
Chhath Puja is an ancient Hindu festival, performed as thanksgiving to Sun, God for sustaining life on earth and granting Health, Prosperity & Abundance
You cannot miss the opportunity to visit Chandrabhaga fair, during your trip to Rajasthan. This fair is a rare mix of trade and festivity.
MATSYA FESTIVAL is renowned for its colorful processions, cultural performances, an array of sporting events and impressive artistic exhibitions.
The fair is held on the banks of a lake located at Kolayat near Bikaner in Rajasthan. Kolayat fair 2017 will be held from November 2 to November 4.
Pushkar Mela, a huge carnival and a great opportunity to witness the colors, aromas, and mood of an old traditional style Indian festival.