With a plethora of fairs and festivals all around

by:Real Fine     2020-06-29
Have a look at some of the grand fairs and festivals that India celebrates in tiny month of February: Surajkund Craft Mela (1-15 Feb): Visit this annually held fair to witness the rich crafts traditions of India in the typical rural setting. Organized by Haryana Tourism Department in first week of February, this fair gives the visitors an opportunity to relish with exquisite and skilful paintings, lovely ivory work and unique collection of textiles, wood stock and Stone/lac work. Apart from that, the traditional Natyashala folk dances and musical evenings at the open-air theatre also wow the visitors. The programs are accompanied with elegant dining where one can savor mouth-watering cuisines of rural India. Goa Carnival (18-23 Feb): After Christmas and New Year Eve, this is when Goa comes alive with vibrant colors and non-stop festivity. A long week event that takes place in month of Feb, Goa Carnival was introduced in the state by the Portuguese who ruled the state for over 500 years. Amazing sights, smells and sounds of lively processions, floats and music and dance programs give the visitors an amazing feel of traditional Goa carpeted with enticing modern grace. Huge parades are organized in the streets, while the markets and beaches turn heavily crowded by locals and the visitors seeking funs and merriment. Taj Mahotsav (17-26 Feb): If you're planning to explore wondrous Taj in near future, sink your trip with Taj Mahotsav and you'll get to experience the finest architectural and cultural subtleties in India. The Taj Mahotsav is a 10 day non-stop festival that makes visitors sailing through rich cultural legacy of Mughals. Ornamented elephants and camels, enchanting folk dances and exquisite display of art work on wood and marble - the festival brings culture, crafts and traditions together. To add more delights in the festival are delicious cuisines, best of both continental and intercontinental. Konark Dance Festival (19-23 Feb): This graceful festival is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm in the beautiful backdrop of the sun temple in Konark. The 700-years old sun temple has a grand historical and religious importance, and a world heritage site of UNESCO. The famous 'Natamandir' or 'Dancing Hall' in the temple gets lively with enchanting sounds of classic music and exquisite dance performances. Konark Dance Festival is among the most delightful festivals of Orissa, and will be enjoyed from 19 Feb to 23 Feb this year. Apart from that, Chandigarh Garden Festival, Valentine Day and Jaisalmer Desert Festival are well-known Indian fests celebrated in month of February. Wherever you choose to go, plan your trip with a reputed travel agent for a trip full of pleasures and free of hassles.
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