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TOP FESTIVALS IN THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER:

TOP FESTIVALS IN THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER: Festivals are celebrated all over the world. It spreads joy and excitement in life of human beings. Festival marks the beginning of new chapters in life of many people.

TOP FESTIVALS IN THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER
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Festivals are an amazing event where a person of specific community, religion, or region celebrates together. Festivals are the symbol of joy and prosperity in life.

Children love’s festivals as they get a day off from their schools and their daily routine. Major Festivals may be different in various parts of the country. Ways of celebrating a festival can differ. Festivals have different names too depending upon the region.

For example in neighbouring towns of Barsana and Nandgoan near Mathura in State of Uttar Pradesh. Lathmar Holi is celebrated even before the actual holi celebrated in whole country.

So let us know about the top festivals celebrated in the month of November:

Top festivals celebrated in India in the month of November are: Bhai Dooj, Chhath Puja, Ganga Mahotsav and Dev Deepavali, Karthik Purnima, Wangala Festival, Ka Pomblang Nongkrem, International Yoga and Music Festival, Rann Utsav, Pushkar Camel Fair, Bundi Utsav, Hamir Utsav, Majuli Festival,

Children’s day, Puri Beach Festival, Matsya Festival, Taj Balloon Festival, Diwali, and many more.

1. Diwali:

It is one of the most important festivals in India. It is an auspicious festival for people who have faith in Hinduism Religion. This festival is the symbol of the return of Lord Rama from his 14 year– long exile and after defeating the demon king Ravana.

Certainly, this festival spreads lights in the life of the people. It has said that on the day of the return of Lord Rama world’s first Deepawali had celebrated.

The night of Deepawali is equivalent to the brightness of day. This festival also includes lightning of numerous lamps, decorating the houses with various lightning and preparing various delicacies.

2. Bhai Dooj:

This is a popular festival in India. This festival has special place in heart of people of India. This Festival is in the month of November.

This festival is a symbol of special bond which brother and sister share with each other. Bhai Dooj festival is widely celebrate in Northern part of India.

In this festival all sisters wishes healthy, prosperous, safety and long life of their brothers.

On this day sisters performs some rituals according to which they do Tilak and Puja off their brothers and later exchange of various gifts takes place.

3. Chhath Puja:

It is a festival in Bihar, India. This festival is in the month of November every year. It is a 4 day long festival in India.

This festival includes prayers for Lord Surya before sun rise, taking dip in water od holy river Ganga, preparing various delicacies and Prasad such as sweet thekua, til, and popular litti chokha.

This festival is in Jharkhand, and West Bengal States. It is one of most important and prominent festivals celebrated in Bihar State.

4. Taj Baloon Festival:

This festival is the latest addition in the list of festivals in India. This festival is in Taj Mahal, Agra.

By the name you must have already guessed about this festival. This festival was added to bring joy and excitement in life of people. During this festival you can enjoy by having rides in various eye catching balloons that will fill up tht sky of Taj Mahal.

You can book your ride of hot air balloon easily without any problems. Taj Mahal is popular for its art, architecture, and its beauty.

And these balloons in the air make the best combination to enjoy the beauty of a world wonder.

5. Pushkar Camel Fair:

This is an important festival celebrated in Pushkar, Rajasthan. This festival attracts many tourists from all over the country and international tourists as well.

Pushkar Camel Fair includes dance, music, folk art, camel race, camel performances, also local food, and many more. This festival includes camels which are decorated in local style.

Trade of camel, horses and other animals too takes place. If you want to enjoy local art, culture, and heritage of Rajasthan and a wonderful camel ride in the hot dessert of Rajasthan then you should visit this festival. This festival is conducted every year.

Also read, Festivals in August.

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