Indian festivities

The Indian calendar has a long series of festivities.
When you’re in the right place at the right time, you may have during your stay in India, every day one or other celebration to experience.

The harvest festival in the South,Called Pongal

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the immersion in the Ganges,

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A man takes a ritual bath in the Ganges he folds his hands during the immersion. praying instead of using his hands to close his nose as most pl do.

the parade of cars in Puri,
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competitions on the water in Kerala,

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the Republic day in Delhi,

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every region and every religion has something to celebrate.

Its just a small view. There is so much more to experience.

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15 Responses to Indian festivities

  1. All good causes to celebrate. enjoy the day with love, Eddie

  2. Jie says:

    India is nothing if not colorful and exciting. I’ll never forget my times spent there.

  3. The Emu says:

    A very vibrant and colourful country by the look of your pictures.
    Celebrations non stop and rituals for everything.
    Yet India has a reputation for its beggars and caste system, yet still is an economical vibrant country.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Ian

  4. Very lively place of celebration this India! We could learn from these events about how to enjoy ourselves more ๐Ÿ™‚ x

  5. michiko says:

    India every day of celebration to experience the harvlst festival in the south pongal.
    A man takes the bath garges his hands during the immersion.
    His hands to close his nose as most pl do.
    Competitions on the water in Kerala. Would be nice cold water too.
    Every region with every religion for something to celebrate.
    I realise so much of explrience that is never see in athers country.
    You having nice day Sweeti San!
    Michiko

  6. Divoo says:

    Lovely pictures, Marij, and yes, there’s so much more. Each and every moment is a celebration. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • chicasl10 says:

      Tx Divy There is no country in the world with so much festivities But i Always say India is as big as our Europ with a lot of diff culture Like north and south is so diff.
      wish u a lot of joy with Nithin and San

  7. natswans says:

    Looks very colourful and exciting ..never had the pleasure of visiting India.Although I do watch the odd TV program .
    Hugs Sheila x

  8. India has many festivals and its culture is so rich in traditions… Loved that you shared this with us Mj.. Thank you xxx Love Sue

  9. dilipnaidu says:

    How nice to read your narrative and the lovely pictures on the festivals in India.๐Ÿ‘
    India’s vast regional diversity in religions, cultures and languages makes it unique and so each have their own festivals.

    Enjoyed reading your post as well as the comments.

    Thanks ๐Ÿ™‹

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