Indian Festivals are celebrated by varied cultures and through their special rituals add to the colours of Indian Heritage. Some festivals welcome the seasons of the year, the harvest, the rains, or the full moon. Others celebrate religious occasions, the birthdays of saints and gurus (revered teachers), or the advent of the New Year. A number of these festivals are common to most parts of India. However, they may be called by different names in various parts of the country or may be celebrated in a different fashion...

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March (Phalgun):

March brings with it a plethora of celebrations. This festival will start Bhavnath Fair (हिंदी), which will be celebrated on 1 March, Wednesday. Nav Chandi (हिंदी) is in March, it's a major cattle trade fair attracting traders, locals, and tourists alike. As the spring season marks its arrival with Chapchar Kut (हिंदी) on the first Friday of this month. The festival of colors of Holi (हिंदी), will be celebrated on the 8th of March, and the much-awaited Holla Mohalla (हिंदी) between the 9th-10th March. After enjoying the festival of color you can celebrate Amalaki Ekadashi (हिंदी), this festival is observed in March. Masi Magam, also known as Maasi Makam (हिंदी), is a Tamil Hindu festival celebrated in the country.

You shouldn't miss the upcoming Mewar Festival (हिंदी), Konkan Turtle Festival (हिंदी), and the Elephant Festival (हिंदी) to get a delightful insight into the Rajasthani art and culture. People from all corners of the world will gather to take holy baths at the Ganges on the auspicious days of Meena Sankranti (हिंदी), Sheetla Asthami (हिंदी), and Vijaya Ekadashi.

In case you are a nature lover or a fitness-conscious person or both, we'd suggest you join the International Yoga Week (हिंदी) from the 1st of this month itself to be conducted in the serene and peaceful mountains of Rishikesh for seven days. You can also enjoy the popular festival in the local area like Jwalamukhi Temple Fair (हिंदी), and Kaila Devi Fair (हिंदी) which can be celebrated during Chaitra Navratri (हिंदी). All these festivals can be celebrated with Gudi Padava / Ugadi (हिंदी).

The days of International importance like International Women's Day (हिंदी), No Smoking Day (हिंदी), World Forestry Day (हिंदी), World Water Day (हिंदी), World TB Day (हिंदी) and World Meteorological Day (हिंदी) which hold great significance to the world falls in March. Some other important festivals in line are Gauri Puja / Gangaur (हिंदी), Saint Tuka Ram Jayanti (हिंदी) Attuvela Mahotsavam (हिंदी), Paripally Gajamela (हिंदी), Thirunakkara Arattu (हिंदी) and Ram Navami (हिंदी)

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