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Fairs and Festivals in Tripura

"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind." But if they unite, then there is enlightenment. Fairs and Festivals in Tripura enlighten this statement and create an atmosphere of awe and delight. The Hindus mainly dominate Tripura but also have several ethnic groups, so it is often called the laboratory of exotic cultural synthesis.

The Fairs and Festivals of Tripura consist of several Hindu Carnivals that are fĂȘted with pageantry and magnificence. The history of Tripura dates back to the time of the Mahabharata and Purana, including the Asokan Pillar Inscriptions. The word Tripura originated from Tripura Sundari. She is the deity of the land, and Tripura is regarded as one of the renowned Shakti Peethas, among the 51 Shakti Peeth, for this deity.

Festivals in Tripura consist of worshipping many Gods and Goddesses all around the year to get their blessings for a glorious future for the inhabitants. Gods such as Matai Katar, also known as Shiva, Lam Pra, the god of sky and sea, Mailu Ma synonymous to Laxmi, Khuluma for cotton plantations, Burha-cha for curing sickness, San Grama deity personifies as Sky, Uma and Ganga, are generally worshipped.

Rules imposed on people during the festivals used to be stringent, but now they are more lenient, and thus, men enjoy while they are blessed with mercy from overhead.

Participating in Tripura's festivals is a lifetime experience that you can add to your life. These festivals welcome tourists throughout the year, and you can plan your holiday in Tripura to be part of it. You can contact our tour experts to book your Tripura tour package and enjoy a holiday with an insightful experience of culture and tradition.

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List of Fair and Festivals in Tripura

Start Date: 29/03/2023
End Date: 29/03/2023

Ashokastami Festival is one of the most popular festivals in Tripura and is celebrated in the entire state with pomp and glory. Since the main... read more»

Start Date: 01/12/2023
End Date: 10/12/2023

Boat Race in Tripura is one of the most fun-loving events celebrated in August at Melaghara or Gandhacherra. It is one of the famous festivals in... read more»

Start Date: 12/11/2023
End Date: 12/11/2023

Diwali is one of the most renowned festivals in the country that celebrates with full zeal and enthusiasm. During the festival, people worship the... read more»

Start Date: 20/10/2023
End Date: 24/10/2023

Durga Puja in India is also known as Akal Bodhan. It is the most reputed carnival in India and is continued for five long days during the waxing... read more»

Start Date: 21/04/2023
End Date: 21/04/2023

Garia Puja is celebrated in Tripura because the God Garia is supposed to provide livestock, peace, children, and wealth. She is much like Mother... read more»

Start Date: 26/07/2023
End Date: 26/07/2023

Kharchi Puja is one of the most renowned pujas in Tripura. It is a holy procedure of offering reverence to Mother Earth. People of various caste... read more»

Start Date: 24/01/2023
End Date: 25/01/2023

Conducted at Jampui Hills (the highest hill in the region) in Tripura, the Orange and Tourism Festival is celebrated to express gratitude to Mother... read more»

Start Date: 15/01/2023
End Date: 15/01/2023

Pous Sankranti Mela is one of the exquisite fairs held every year at Tripura. Pous Sankranti Mela is celebrated with full zeal and enthusiasm in... read more»