10 Top Fairs, Festivals and Events in India in January 2019


Fairs, Festivals and Events are the major attractions in India. These are the ideal reasons for increment in tourism. Tourists from various places visit to other places only for exploring the tradition and culture of nation.

These festivals and events are celebrated beautifully with high spirit. There is something meaningful message behind the every event. This shows the true color of India. Fairs and festivals have diversification according to the culture, religion, tradition and much more.

Here are the lists of 10 Top Fairs, Festivals and Events in India in January 2018:-

1. Mamallapuram Dance Festival

Mamallapuram Dance Festival is celebrated in South India especially in Tamil Nadu. Traditional and Folk Dances are the specialty of this festival. Experts in Folk dances perform in this festival.

2. Kochi-Muziris Biennale

India’s famous and largest international art exhibition which organized at 9 different places is only Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Seminars, screenings, workshops, cultural programs, music and educational activities other than exhibition are also held.

3. International Kite Festival

Many colored beautiful kites can be seen flying in the sky from sunrise to sunset in many parts of country. On this day the sun transits into the northern hemisphere and festival celebrated as name Makar Sakranti. In night, lanterns fly in the sky.

4. Pongal

Pongal is a 4 days celebrated festival. It is the harvest festival of the southern Indian state Tamil Nadu. On the second day of this auspicious festival delicious Pongal dish is made from the boiled milk and rice.

5. Chennai Music Festival

Classical music and dance of South India is held in the capital city of Chennai, Tamil Nadu on Chennai Music Festival. Heritages and temple premises are its venues this make it huge popular among the people.

6. Kanathoor Nalvar Bhoothasthanam

Kanathoor Nalvar Bhoothasthanam is celebrated with high spirit by people of Kerala and it also known as Theyyam festival. Ritual dances are performed in this festival by the men of Northern Kerala. Shrines in the village are used as the venue for performing the dance in this festival.

7. Rann Utsav

A magnificent view of beautiful White Desert in the moonlight can be experienced in the Rann Utsav. This festival explores the vibrant culture of Kutch and Gujarat. Horse Rides, Camel Safaris, Table Tennis, and Paramotoring are the main attractions here.

8. Mylapore Festival

Mylapore Festival is held in Sri Kapaleeswarar Temple and Nageswara Rao Park in Mylapore, Chennai. Classical music and folk dance, heritages visit, exhibitions and street food are the key attractions of this festival.

9. Bikaner Camel Fair

Bikaner Festival is a very popular festival in Bikaner; it is dedicated to the Camel (ship of the desert). In this festival Camels are decorated with beautiful colors which attracts the tourists with their charm. Camel dance and various competitions are organized here.

10. Swathi Sangeethotsavam

Swathi Sangeethotsavam is a week long music festival which celebrates the compositions of Maharaja Swathi Thirunal. It is a way to tribute them. It is organized in the last week of January by the Government of Kerala. Hindustani and Carnatic classical music glows the atmosphere.

These are the some festivals which are celebrated at various places with great enthusiasm and harmony. Festivals bring lots of happiness in our life.

Enjoy the diverse festivals; it will increase the communal harmony.

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