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Witnessing them for every reason and for every season. Some festival celebrate harvests, other commemorate great historical events, while many express devotion to the deities of different religions.

The colorful mosaic of Indian festivals and fairs - as diverse as the land, is an expression of the spirit of celebration that is an essential part of the country. Observed with enthusiasm and gaiety, festivals are like gems, ornamenting the crown of Indian culture.

They are round the year vibrant interludes in the mundane routine of life. You can build the fairs and festivals around your normal tour which will add color and excitement to the tour.

Indian festivals speak of India's rich cultural and traditional background. The colorful festivals are an integral part of every Indians. The festivals play an important part in promoting the traditional handicrafts and tourism of India. The rich cultural heritage of India attracts the Western world during the celebration of important festivals like Onam, Holi, Durga Puja and many more.

Every region celebrates their festival according to their regional customs and rituals. The commonness in all the celebration is that it celebrates humanity. Some of the common rituals, which are followed in most of the festivals, are processions in the streets, decoration of homes and sacred places such as temples and traditional and folk song and dance performances.

Most religious festivals have elaborate prayers, traditions, customs and rituals attached to them. The elaborate celebration and the multitude of festivals in India, each with their own unique legends and significances often awe the overseas visitors who come to visit India.
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