Fairs and Festivals in Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh, a state characterized by a complex diversity of religions, people, languages which is manifested colorfully and merrily through a number of festivals and fairs. These fairs and festivals in Andhra Pradesh are celebrated with a lot of ceremony, grandeur and solemnity that attracts a number of wonderstruck visitors who come to visit Andhra Pradesh.
Different Fairs and Festivals in Andhra Pradesh
The fairs and festivals in Andhra Pradesh are attended by a large number of people and they are a part of the heritage of the state. Significant among the different fairs of Andhra Pradesh are the unique temple fairs that are organized such as the Brahmotsavam at Tirupati and the Sri Rama Navami Festival at Bhadrachalam. It is in the premises of these fairs and festivals of Andhra Pradesh that one comes across a unique union of different arts, crafts and cuisines of the state. Most of the festivals in Andhra Pradesh are religious ones and connected to some legend or story. For detailed information about the different fairs and festivals in Andhra Pradesh, please browse through the links below.
List of Fair and Festivals in Andhra Pradesh
One of the most well known temples in Andhra Pradesh , Tirupati is visited by thousands of pilgrims and devotees every year. The main deity of the... read more»
Brahmotsavam, the Hindu festival is an auspicious festival celebrated every year at the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple at Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh.... read more»
Perhaps the most vibrant and enjoyable of all the festivals in Andhra Pradesh is the Deccan Festival. Held in Hyderabad every year, the Deccan... read more»
The Lumbini Festival in Andhra Pradesh is celebrated every year, to relive the Heritage of Buddhism in the state. This Festival in Andhra Pradesh,... read more»
The festival of Maha Shivaratri is celebrated all over the country, and in different places and ways in different states. In the state of Andhra... read more»
Sankranti also called ‘Makar Sankranti’ is a festival celebrating the beginning of the harvesting season in India. It is celebrated... read more»
One of the most significant festivals of South India, Pongal is an important festival marking the beginning of Uttarayana, which is the movement of... read more»