Fairs and Festivals in Delhi
Delhi the capital city of India is a cultural hub and a center of active cultural activities. Various fairs and festivals are celebrated in Delhi all through the year. Delhi’s festive season begins with the Lohri and Republic day celebration in the month of January. Indian Holiday offers to give you online information on fairs and festivals in Delhi, India.
Republic Day Parade of Delhi is the biggest crowd puller and a major festival of Delhi. People from all over the country come to watch this grand event whose main attraction is the grand parade besides, the cultural events and tableaus.
Makar Sankranti and Lohri are other major festivals celebrated in Delhi. Besides, flower show, Garden festival, Suraj Kund crafts mela etc.are some of the festivals celebrated in the winters of Delhi.
Holi the festival of colors is another major festival, which is celebrated at the onset of spring. People celebrate the festival with great gusto and fanfare and apply color on each other.
Janamashtami, Navratri, Durga Puja, Dussehra, Diwali etc. are some of the other important fairs and festivals in Delhi.
Besides, the Phulwalon- ki- Sair celebrated in the month of October is the festival specific to Mehrauli in Delhi and originated in the 16th century. Literally meaning the festival of flowers, phulwalon ki Sair is celebrated by both Hindus and Muslims and is symbol of communal harmony.
List of Fair and Festivals in New Delhi
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The Phool Walon ki Sair is a festival which is celebrated in the capital city of Delhi in India. Phool Walon ki Sair is a festival or a colorful... read more»
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