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India is a land of diverse traditions and cultures, and this rich multi-layered landscape is reflected by the festivals and events. These festivals have immense significance in the lives of Indian people. They connect them deeply with their roots, bring enthusiasm and joy to their lives and promote unity. We have compiled a list of all the major festivals & events in India that are celebrated with great fervour throughout the year.

Diwali is one of the most popular festivals that is celebrated by a majority of people throughout India. Diwali’s charm is signified by the brilliance of fireworks, the warmth of family gatherings and the hope and renewal that it brings along with it. Another iconic celebration that brings Indians together is Holi, the festival of colours. It also marks the victory of unity and love over discrimination and the arrival of spring.

Navratri is another festival that is celebrated with great fervour. It is a nine-night festival which is dedicated to worshipping goddess Durga. People participate in traditional dances like Dandiya Raas and Garba. Eid, the holy festival of Muslims is celebrated with equal enthusiasm in India. Ganesh Chaturthi is a grand festival celebrated in Maharashtra and other states of India. It is dedicated to Lord Ganesha and highlights the importance of good fortune and wisdom.

Pushkar Fair, Karnataka Rajyotsava, Baisakhi, Christmas, Jaipur Literature Festival, Rann Utsav Kutch, Guru Nanak Jayanti and Onam are among the other festivals and events that are celebrated in India.

In short, the festivals and events of India mirror the unity, spirituality and cultural diversity of the people. These celebrations are a way of bringing people together, transcending differences and boundaries. They also remind people of the values that are rooted deep within the hearts of Indians.

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