Avail Holiday Packages in India to Experience its Diverse Culture

If you are visiting India for a long holiday tour, then you can be assured that you will have a gala of a time here. Right from visiting its popular destinations, witnessing its attractions, shopping for handicrafts and local artwork to relishing its diverse cuisine and partaking in its grand festivals, you will get a glimpse of the great diversity of this country. Festivals are an important part of the Indian culture, and since its culture is an amalgamation of diverse religions, you will find a number of festivals celebrated all across the country and that too all through the year. You can go for holiday packages in India deals, which are available online, for a fantastic trip in this country.

Ganga Dusshera

This festival is celebrated in the state of Uttarakhand in the month of May-June. During this event, people worship the Ganga River for ten days, starting from the dark moon night (Amavasya) till tenth phase of the moon (Dashami Tithi). Thousands of devotees partake in this grand event in the holy city of Haridwar, in Uttarakhand. It is believed that people taking a dip in this holy river during these ten days wash-off their sins from their past and present life. This festival is considered holy as it celebrates the descent of Ganga River from heaven to the earth. Taking a dip in her waters is thus considered auspicious during this period.

If you have plans to visit the state of Uttarakhand during your Indian tour, then you can go for Uttarakhand tour packages for a comfortable and enjoyable holiday in what is considered as the land of gods in the Hindu culture. Besides Ganga Dusshera, you can take part in other popular festivals of this state such as Khatarua, Bat Savitri, Hilljatra, Basant Panchami and Holi. Besides these festivals, you can also enjoy the various fairs of this place like the Purnagiri Fair, Haatkalika Fair and Somnath Fair.


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