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Makar Sakranti Jaipur 15th January 2020 It is generally celebrated on or close to the 14th of January every year .We fly kites on our roofs and eat “til ka laddu”, play music. And in the evening we light a fire ballon in the air. After that all members of the family do dinner together...

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Jaipur Literature Festival 23rd to 27th January 2020 Although it is not a spiritual festival, it is very famous in Jaipur among the literature lovers. Many foreign writers visit Jaipur to attend this fair. It was first held in 2006, and now it has grown to be the largest literary festival in the Asia Pacific...

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Dussehra Festival Jaipur 25th October 2020 Also known as Vijayadashami (which means the festival that celebrates victory), Lord Ram killed the demon Ravan in order to release his wife goddesses Sita. In this festival we bring the Ravan statue made up of paper and we burn it, which symbolises the victory of good over evil....

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Raksha Bandhan Jaipur India 3rd August 2020 According to the Hindu calendar Raksha Bandhan is on 3rd of August 2020 . On this day sisters tie a Rakhi around the wrists of their brothers, which has spiritual belief that it is meant to protect the brothers ,and in return brothers give them a gift .After...

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Holi Festival Jaipur 9th and 10th March 2020 Holi is also a majorly celebrated festival in India. It is commonly known as the Festival of Colours and also as the Festival of Love. Generally the Holi Festival is celebrated in March in accordance with the Hindu calendar. It will be on 9th & 10th March...

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Sanur Kite Festival July 2020 Traditional giant kites are made and flown competitively by teams from the local and international teams. The event is a seasonal religious festival intended to send a message to the Hindu gods to create abundant crops and harvests. The teams consist of about 70 to 80 people, each team with...

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Diwali Festival Jaipur 14th to 19th November 2020 (TBC) Diwali is a hugely important festival in all of India that lasts for 5 days. The name Diwali (or Deepavali )means “a row of lights” .The festival honours the victory of Lord Ram and his wife Sita .It celebrates the victory of good over evil and...

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