Festivals in Gujarat Are celebrated with great gusto and religious sentiment denoting unity and feeling of brotherhood. Festivals of Gujarat are extremely colorful and elaborate. The most colorful and popular festival is Navratri celebrated throughout nine nights in the month of October and it ends with Dusshera. Other festivals celebrated in Gujarat are Diwali, Holi, Janmastami and Raksha Bandhan. Other festivals like International Kite Festival, Modhera Dance Festival and Saptak Music Festival are very unique to Gujarat.
List of Festivals in Gujarat:
Holi - In Gujarat, the people celebrate Holi with a great joy and colors. People are playing with colors and make other colorful. Small child are too take part in it and they are wetting other people by small balloons (in Gujarati called Fugga) and plastic Bags (in Gujarati called Kothli) and some of people are adding colors in the balloons and bags. In our street many of the people are make mud with water on the land and make other mudded and get enjoy by seeing them on the mud. Read More > >
Navratri - Garba is the most famous dance form of Gujarat. It is a circular form of dance carried out by women. The word Garba is originated from 'Garbha Deep', denoting a lamp within a perforated earthen pot & indicating a new life. Read More > >
Diwali - Diwali is the most important festival of Hindu people and also for Gujarati people.During the days of Diwali, people lit their houses and decorates them.So Diwali is otherwise called as festival of lights.It is held in the honor of Lord Rama's victory over Ravana.People prepare sweets and wear new clothes during these days. Read More > >
International Kite Festival - Read More > >
Modhera Dance Festival
Saptak Music Festival - Saptak is a festival of Indian classical music.Sapatak held every year in Ahmedadad.Famous Indian classical music Artist Perform here.Saptak is a reputed institution of Indian classical music.It provides a platform for the talent of all artists. Read More > >
Bhadrapada ambaji mela
Lili Parikrama Fair
Vautha Fair - Seven holy rivers mix waters here: the Vatrak merges with the Meshwo, Hathmati, Shedhi, Majum and Khari before it then meets the Sabarmati, so the locals call it saptasangam.the largest animal fair in Gujarat, where they are traded on the fair grounds at the sangam tirtha. People generally arrive here on tractors, buses chhakdas, camels, jeeps and other means of transport. Read More> >
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